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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910 TMR LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE you other Cigars LIMITED, MONTREAL. "Makers of. fine cigars for over half a century" Winners of the Gold Medal (Grand Prize) at Paris in '63 and Centennial in 1867 in lion against the world. In The World of Sport Nanton and Stavcly clashed at the tetter's ball park on Thursday evening and after 10 Innings ,bf ex- citement Nanton was returned the winrier-by 13 lo 11. It is under- stood there was a side bet up, and game Champion, home of the Champs, challenged Nanton to a game for ;a side. The sporting doesn't know how true this Is, but he got it straight, and if It is; 10, it shows that the bugs up the line have lots of con- fidence and the cash to back it up. If. game comes off It will be a humdinger. A LITTllE H- (With Have you ever heard the story "-of, How Sarcee goi its I'll tell you so you'll understand. From whence the old camp came. It's no wonder that the boys, Arnjglad to go across the sea. For here's the way the story has, Been handed'down to me. CHQRUS little drop of water fell, From out the sky one day, And settled in the middle; of some Humps of mud and clay. And when the government, found it. Sure, it looked so sweet and rosy, They bald'', suppose we lease it, for It looks so peoceful there. Then they dotted it with soldiers Just to make the mud pies grow, It's the only cs-.p you'll find, them in, No nuiUer where you go. And they sprinkled It v'Ui water To make it nice end dampj And when they had it finished, Shuro, they called it Sarcee camp. Slmre, it rains out Night and Af.d rarely ever slops. It falls upon our Uttlej tents In Breat big splashy drops. Bui. the dear old .camp'of Sarcee lie here ag.iln next year. w'll inly t.ic poor devils Wbo'll be situated here. CnonlR, etc. Corp. V. E. II., In News-Telegram Mathematician and Red Sox Twirler If investigations prove that fish will live and thrive in the. Chin Lakes south east of the city, it is likely that the waters will be stocked with black bass. That is the information re Prof. Ernest Graves Shore, B.S., who holds the.chair of mathematics at Guilford college, in tforth Carolina, doesn't sound very promising as the subject of a sketch designed to illum- inate the page patronized by the .sporty set, but really he isn't as earnest lior as grave as he listens. While ha may be a mathematical sharp and a mem- ber of the Guilford faculty In the gelid months, he is notorious in the good old suiimef-time as "Long" Shore, the Red Sox twlrler, and the elongated chappie was of great assistance last year in "winning the'.world's baseball honors. fpr.Bpstpn. It will be just twp :years tomorrow, since Ernest was soUl to Boston by Baltimore for a price 'said to be in tho neighborhood of Shore's big league debut.might have been delay- pd for a time, except' that Jack Dunn uass uu f got peevish, because the fans who hadjilitions are favorable they will repio previously patronized his turnstiles I duce and soon stock the lake. flocked to the Federal'league park- ___ AVith a club of stars such as probably had never been amassed before by served on several occasions to throw a minor league club, Dun usually had down a sporting extra and then go BASEBALL SCORES coived from Hon. J. D. Hazen, minis- ter of marine and fisheries by W A Buchanan, M.I3., in reply to a. query the feasibility of the schfme Some time ago Hon. IIr. auth orized the erection of a pond in con- nection with the Fort- Qu'Appelle hatchery, which was stocked with black bass but it was found later that the point selected had not been suit able and the experiment was not suc- cessful. Further experiments will be made however, and if they prove sucr cessful the lake will be stocked with black bass fry. Meantime the parent bass may be shipped in and if con- more players in the field than- specta- tors in tlie stands, and he decided to dispose of airhis class'y players. Shore, through the business ot kicking him self. Several theories might ho ad vanced to account for this strange he dispose of airhis classy players. Shore, vancea to account lor uns strange ue who had been with the Orioles only h'avlour of tho Giant chieftain, but the about sU weeks, and had won five and lost three games, was sold to Bpston oil' July '28, and .American league'debut, spoil .afterwards: In the pf tlie Ernest wph ten and lost for .the Tied Sox, and'last year. :he hiine-np a record of twenty won and seven iost, was (lilito fair tor a novice. Shore was born about a quarter of a century ago in the village of East Bend, In' the western part of North j Carolina; and his youth was that of the typical mountaineer of that sec- tion.. He hn.d ambitions beyond those most likely one is that he had read that Shore had won anpther game for I the Red Sox, which would naturally bring the reflection that he had once had Ernest on his roster and had per- mitted him to get away.. In the sum- mer of 1912 jHcG-ruw a trial, but, although he kept him sev- eral months, he was given little work. The North Carolinian was dropped he- fore the close of the season, thus be- ing deprived of a share of the world's series coin, and .it made him very peevish. McGraw called him back in 1913, but in the middle of May sent tion l e nafi amuiiiuus iitjyuim 'of ills-fellows; however, and was not! him to Utica, and that club almost im- 1 content Uiat his "book larnin'" should mediately released him to lend with" tM three ff.'s. At 18 he C. ..In June.of.1.914. Shore reported tol-ed Guilford college, the only Quaker institution of higher learning in the south. Standing over sii feet .four Baltimore, having been drafted by Jack Dunn., and the following month he joined, the .Kcd south. Standing over six icei ,imn MO I inches In height and somewhat imgnln- j Shore was developed largely by me 1 In'structure and appearance, Shore veteran "Chick'' Doak. who was the ft nf fi-n baseball coach of Guilford college dur- ing Urnest'a student days... When Shore turned professional he again came under Doak's guidance, as "Chick" managed the Greensboro club ly. In'structure and appearance, Shore eicltcd the risibilities of of the rah-rah boys, but he soon dcmonstrat ed that IIP -wan there with matter and..what wns'ot more Import- ance, will-, tho pitching wing. AMERICAN Boston 70 Detroit....... GG St. Louis......... 6G New York....... G-i Cleveland........ Gn Washington...... Philadelphia...... 25 NATIONAL Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia New York Pittsburg Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati 14 Hits For a Win New York, Aug. Louis-made 14 hits off three Yankee pitchers here today and battled out a :5 to 2 victory over New York. Cullop yielded 10 hits in five Innings and lost his second game of the season. Weilman was strong witli men on bases and received great support. St. Louis 5 14 0 New York......... 2 13 Weilmau and Severoid; ..Cullop, Mo- griclge and Walters. Leaders Go Down Boston, Aug. won his own game today, Detroit, defeating Boston 2 to 1. With two out and a man on second, in the seventh inning, Hoilman; batting for Spencer, popped along the foul. lino, hack of first base. It went for bases, Burns scoring. Dauss then hit to the flagpole for two bases, Heilman coming home with what proved to be the winning tally. Detroit............... 2 9 2 Boston............... 1 1 Danss1 and Spencer, Baker; Shore, Leonard and Cadj% Thomas. St. Louis Wins In 11th I St. Louis, Aug. in the llth inning scored with the run that won a seesaw game from Bhilartel phia 6 to 5 Ilornsby reached third safel} when Duney after making a bril- liant stop, thicw wild to first Wilson and Miller were purposely parsed and Gonzales singled to left, driving in the winning run. Philadelphia...... I3 St. 6 13 2 Demaree and'Burns; Watson, Ames, Meadows and Gonzales. Cleveland Wins Philadelphia, Aug. pitching land fielding enabled Cleveland to win 2 games from Philadelphia today. The I home teani knocked Bagiiy oft ber in rthe eightlvriniiing'aud hejwas succecded'-liy Beebe, who not only fin- ished the'game, hut also-pitched fine ball in the'second contest. First Cleveland 13 .11 3 Philadelphia 9 12 Second game- Cleveland......... 10 14 0 Philadelphia............ 2 0 6 and Coieman; Burke, Sheabnn land Picinick. Costly Errors Cincinnati, Aug! of Cmcin- anti's errors were costly, and Brook lyn took the second game of the ser- ies here today, 3 to 2. Only four hits were made off but. three of them were niade in one inning. Brooklyn 3 10 Cincinnati......... 2 4 Cheney and Miller; Mitchell and Wiugo. 10 Straight For Mudoiph Chicago, Aug. won ioth straight game Chi- cago to three hits, while Bostoiv.scprcd the only run of the contest on Magee's double, a sacrifice hit and a scraeeze play. Boston...............1 o 0 Chicago...........'. .3 0 Rudolph and .Blackburn; Premier- gast, McConuell and Archer. .Giants Win .tsbuig. Aug 25__New York de- Last j-e'iir John was ob- in. 1913. FRANK MORAN Oklahpnia" City, .Okla., Aug. torney-General Frecling today issued instructions to the sheriff, county at- torney, and mayor of Tulsa not to al- low the Morris-Mpran fight, scheduled for Laboi IMv to lake place Accord- ing to the attorney general tlie staging of the fight would direct viola- tion of stale laws. Senators Victors Washington.. Aug. took the second game of the series from Chicago 'today 5 to 2. With the score tied the game was won ir. the sixth inning by 'Wolfgang, who had, succeeded. Williams in the box. Fosr! ter's double and singles by Shanks, Judge and McBride scored three runs. Chicago............... 2 10 J Washington............ 12 Williams, Wolfgang and Harper, Shaw and Henry. llth inning. ,when singles by Robert- son and Doyle, Burns' triple and Hun- ter's home .run resulted in four runs being scored. Is'ow York........... G. IS Pittsburg...... 2 11 j Salle, Tesreau and Har- mon and Schmidt. Sir Robert Borden has accepted (he honorary colonelcy of tho 86lh. battalion ot tlie N'ova Scotia Highland Brigade. f SASKATCHEWAN GOLF TOURNEY Saskatoon, Sask., Aug. in the fiist leg of the final round of tlie Saskatchewan golf championship was concluded this morning, Weir of Neth erhlll, defeating his opponent, TSruco of Saskatoon, by 3 up. The second round of tho final is being played this afternoon. Neither played as.consistent golf as they did early, in the competition, though there were several sensational holes. Have you smoked "Noblemen" Cigars lately? 18 I5c ca- 2 Ailcyuor dealer A new lull starched light wsight tape smarter than a soft collar Admitted the test quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL NORTHWESTERN Seattle 4, Great Falls 3. Spokane lo, Tacoma 10. Vancouver 10, Butto 7. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 4, Vernon Los Angeles 4, Oakland 6. Salt Lake 1, Portland 3. NORTHERN Fargo 0, Winnipeg 6. Superior 3, Duluth 2. ASSOCIATION Louisville 0, Columbus 3. Toledo 1. Indianapolis 2. Kansas City 4, St. Paul 6. rain. INTERNATIONAL Newark 1. Rochester 2. Richmond 7; Buffalo 6. Baltimore 1. Toronto 2. Providence 6, Montreal 4. THREE TO ONE Pans, via. London, Aug. Temps estimates that the Allies' su- nei iprity over the Germano in men and resources now is fully one ARROW COLLARS-NOTE THg NEW PRICE 15c. EACH ItocitM. IforHcti. Uforll.TS ;