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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1916 THE LETHERIDOR DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE o- PITCHES: CLASSIC In The World of Sport TABER CRESCENTS PLAY LOCALS HERE TOMORROW What threat ens seriously to bo the ast game of the season will take place oiBoiTow, Tuesday, evening on the ocal pasture, w.'ien Tuber Crescents make Choir only appearance of the sea- son here. And all yo fans who want one more excuse to expand your root- ng lungs had bettor be on hand. The game is to he staged at the Eckstorm mrk and is for 5.30. Of course, Yaber is coming in to clean up on the city bunch, and, hip- ietl with the Lewis brothers' battery, .bey think it will ho pie for them. But the 'locals would like to hang up that Taber scalp for winter curing and the swat smiths are. going to be on deck to do the job. Cap. Brandow has had ,he boys out for two good workouts, :le will be on the receiving end of the uattery himself. Lund will start the pitching, and if he can get going, should bother the Crescents. .For re- lief there will be Squuncc, Gillies, Bou- nell and A phenom has been uncorked in (soiii, a. batter of class, who will c-over first. Then Tommy Eviir.a, who haw been down east hob- nobbing with the big fellows in the majors, will be on second with Joe Gillies on the awkward corner and' Brundagc at short. The outfield will consist of the boys that can bust the pill. The game starts at 5.30 so that the liiim will have io beat it to the park as soon as possible after the day's work Ip done. It will be a big game and if it is as good as the Champion- Warner clash last Wednesday it will bei humdinger. BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn...... Boston....... Philadelphia New York Pittsburg...... 'St. Louis...... Chicago Cincinnati..... 70 65 65 54 51 34 47 57 GO 65 C6 76 .021 .1102 .580 .486 .459 .454 .445 .372 SATURDAY'S GAMES Mattys Won Cincinnati, Aug. was unable.to.acoro off Schneider and Cin- cinnati'won today, I to 0. It. was a pitchers' battle between Coombs and Schneider, with the latter keeping tho hits beter scattered. Brooklyn.........'.... 0 5 0 Cincinnati............ 1 0 2 Schneider and -Wingo; Coombs and Miller. Cards Beat Phillies St. Louis, Aug. single liy Long in the ninth Inning today scored Betzel with the run that enabled St. Louis to heat Philadelphia, 4 to 3. St. Louis played an uphill game, overcoming a 3 to 0 load by timely bitting and an error by Luderns. Si: 4 12 1 Phillies............... 3 S 1 Stcele and Gonzales; IMayer and Burns. AMERICAN Boston Now York Detroit St. Louis Cleveland .Chicago Washington Philadelphia 70 (15 Ii7 06 05 57 20 41) 53 50 57 57 01 90 .558 .551 .554 '533 .525 .483 .225 Will Bring Moving Pictures of Welsh-While Go Next Monday Leth bridge is likely to get a poop at Champion Freddy Welsh some time within the nest two months. Freddy rights Charley While at Col- orado Springs next Monday after- noon 4 o'clock, and immediately starts on a tour in which Canada wil.' be included, lie will show at the coast first and work cast, lie is bringing with him the Welsh- Will to pictures, and will meet what- t-.-Jv Braves Wallop Cubs Chicago, Aug. bunched Its hits off MeConnell today, driving him off the mound, and then continued the assault against Packard, and with the assistance of some erratic fielding scored an easy victory over Chicago S to 3. President Weeghman said after the game that as yet no deal had been made for the trading of H. Zimmerman, but several still were pending. He expected to talk trade with the Philadelphia club Monday. i Boston............... S 11 1 Chicago............... 3 0 4 Barnes, Tyler and Blackburn; Mc- Connell, Packard and Archer. Play 14-lnning Tie Pittsburg, Aug. and New York today played 14 innings to a tie and the .game was' called on ac- count ot darkness with the score 1 to New York............ 1 J Pittsburg 1 9 1 Benton and Hariden; Cooper and Fischer. SATURDAY'S GAMES Brooklyn Last Cincinnati Aug. a slugging match Brooklyn look the last same of the series. Merltle. whom New York traded for Catcher McCarty, held first base for Brooklyn in to' Say's game and played good ball both it bat and 'in .the field. Brooklyn, .......13 I7 J Cincinnati............ 6 11 1 Smith, Appletou and Meyers: :ey, Schultz, Knetzer, Wingo WfA Clark. Cubs Win Chicago. Aug. 27. Kierk Carter litcbed In fine form today todn, while Chicago batted Barnes and Ragan op- jortunely and won the final game of ilio series from Boston 6 to 1. The visi- tors were save from a shut out when Sonetchy's double scored a run in the lihth Inning. 3oston 151 Bhicago .r-'........ 5 11 0 Roulbach and Black mm, Tragressor. lurn, Tragressor; Carter and Elliott Philadelphia-St. Louis, Tain. Only games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION First Louisville 0, Columbus 3. Second game- Louisville S, Columbus 0. Fvst Indianapolis 2. Toledo 1. Second Indianapolis 3, Toledo 1. First Kansas City 6, St. Paul 2. Second Knnsiia City 0, St. Paul C. First Illwaukcp 3, Minneapolis 12. Milwtnikqo'8, Minneapolis 6. INTERNATIONAL Providence-Montreal, wet grounds. No others scheduled. SATURDAY GAMES Joe Bush Pitches Classic Philadelphia. Aug. Bush en- tered the hall of fame for pitchers when he shut out Cleveland and did not allow his opponents a hit today, the score being 5 to 0. Only One of the visiting players reached first base, his was Granoy, who, in the first in- p iiig drew a base on balls. Bush struck j out seven batsmen, eight went out on j grounders, 11 were retired un fair flies and one on a foul fly. When Graney ended the game by putting up a fly to Jlclnnla after O'Neill and Colemau hail Canned, the crowd broke on to the fiek! to congratulate Bush, and the latter was so excited that he pulled off his cap and joined in the cheering. This was the first no-hit game pitched In a major league contest hero in several years. Athletics.............. i> 12 0 Cleveland............ Covelcsluc. Coumbe and O'Neill; Bush and Picinick. White Sqx, Stop Senators Washington, Aug. heat Washington 5 .to 3 today In the final game of the series. It was an excit- ing contest, featured by some loose and some very brilliant playing. Chicago.............. 10 1 Washington 3 10 a Kusseli and Lapp; Ayres, Shaw, Gal- iia and Williams and Henry. Yankees Trim Browns New York. Aug. York ivon a Bee-saw game from St. Louis today, 10 to 6. New York...........10 13 3 St. Louis B 13 4 Fisher, Shawkey and Alexander; Da- venport, Plank, Groom, Park and Scveroid. Tigers Beat Leaders Boston, AUK. its final ap- pearance in Boston Detroit defeated the Red Sox 2 tO-1 today. An error by IlGbUtsel In the eighth inning gave Detroit its first run. A triple by Vitt, first-man up in the ninth, and a .sac-1 rifice fly by Bush brought the second, j Boston scored its only run on a two-j base hit by Ruth, batting for and a single Hoblitzel. Mays pitch-] ed a great game. Boston 1 4 1 Detroit............---- 2 52 Mays. WyckoH and Thomas and Cady; James and Spencer. SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland Victors Cleveland. Aug. SIT of their eight hits off Russell in the sixth and seventh innings, Cleveland today defeated New York 5 to 1; one-handed catches by Graney, Wambsganss and llageo featured. Cleveland............----- 5 S 0] New York 1 4 01 Lambeth and O'Neill; and Alexander. No other games scheduled. PACIFIC COAST First game- Portland 3, Salt Lake 4. Second Pqrtlp.lld 7, 4, Jibmihg'garnet V San Francisco 4, .Vefnpn 7. San. Francisco '3, Verhpn' 4; Morning Los Angeles 3, Oakland 0. Afternoon Los Angeles 2, Oakland 0. NORTHERN First Superior 0, Duluth 4. Second game- Superior 4, Duluth 0. NORTHWESTERN Spokane 8, Tacoma 4. Seattle 3, Great Falls 5. (Called end ot the 8th inning by agreenientl. First Vamror.y'er 3, Biitto 1C. Second Vancouver 5, Butte G. Joe Bush, of the Athletics, who hurl- ed a no-hit, no-run game against Cleve- land Saturday. ever can be found South Alberta near his weight in a three-round competition. Arrangements of the local end are well in hand. Freddy is out to help the war funds along and a percentage of the receipts will go to the local funds. There is great local interest in his Labor Day bout and the Herald is arranging to get a report of the fight on that date. BASEBALL PRACTICE TONIGHT AT PARK All local players who have been working out for the Taber game are requested to he at the park tor practice tonight :il 0.30 Bharp. The line-up for the game will be announced, and a game will ho played if enough players are on deck. Suits are in demand for tomorrow night's game so have them ready. 0 v FULTON-FLYNN, SEPT. 8 St. Paul. Aug. Fulton. Ro- chester, Minn., heavyweight, and Por- ky Hynii, of Boston, will meet in a 10-romid no-decision bout bore tho night of September 8, local promoters announced today. A GRAVE IN FLANDERS (By Frederick George Scott, 1st Can- adian Division, B.E.F.) All night long the tall trees overhead Are whispering to the stars; Their roots are wrapped about the dead And hide the hideous scars. The lido of war goes rolling by, The legions sweep along; And daily in the summer sky The birds will sing their song. No place is this for human tears, The time for tears is done; Transfigured in these awful years The two worlds blend in one. This boy had visions while in life Sunlight Soap has a high stan- dard of purity which is backed by a guarantee. If a soap has no standard there is no reason why it should always be of uniform quality, always contain the best materials or be any thing like as good as the soap with a standard. 142 5cen1s Of starr> In distant skies; So death came in the midst of strife, A sudden, glad He found tlae songs for which he yearned, Hopes that mocked desire; His heart is resting mnv which bunicd. With siit'Ii consuming, fire. So down the ringing road we pass, And leave him where lie fell, The guardian trees, the waving grass, The birds will love him well. "RATHER PRICELESS" (From the Westminster Gazette) From a letter written an officer at the front, and printed in the Times is giving an account oE a conver- sation with two German officer pris- oners: "They -were very much concerned to whether there was any danger of being torpedoed when going over to England, as they heard that very few _ boats ever got across. I told them that they might get across but in all probability they would be sent to the Isle of Man, in which case there was a very good chance of going under. They replied, "Isn't, there a signal given on. tlie. steamer that it is carrying German, which I thought was rath- er priceless. Priceless more window through which we can see the Ger- man mind in its most characteristic state. Even Germany's foes ought- tT protect Germans against German savagery. It matters nothing when the German torpedo kills women and children, but that good German, lives should he lost would bo too droadfull. Another exhibition- of just the same p port of prtcclessness was when Herr von Jagow said it would be a crlmo if the Dcutschland were sunk. Have You Tried ToGetFleolin? o The Shoe Dealer The these shoes have been supplied with Neolm window cards and Neolin book- lets. They will supply you with these in your next ship- finent of shoes. Or you. can obtain them direct from us. Last January we announced Neolin to Can- ada. Since then thousands of Canadians, have purchased shoes with Neolin soles. The demand has Strive as we might, we have not yet been able to meet it fully. As a result many have been disappointed. Some have found their dealer's stock ex- hausted. Others have not found shoes with Neolin soles. So good is Neolin, so quickly is it appreciated, that we have not dared to push its sale. Manufacturers and dealers alike have found the supply, heretofore, in- adequate, to meet the present demand. Now, howeyer, we hope to supply many more with this better shoe sole. We hope that you will soon be able to enjoy its many J advantages. Neolin is better than leather or rubber. It wears longer. It is waterproof. It is light. It is flexible. It is stub-proof and slip-proof. On the shoes of grown-ups or children it has incalculable advantages. Shoes that are better because of Neolin: We publish here a list of shoes than can be obtained with Neolin soles. They are all, good shoes. They are all better shoes with Neolin soles than without. For Men Regal, Beresford, Ministcr-Myles, Eack'si Monarch, Brandon, Just-wright, Altro, Astoria, Smardon. Liberty, tor Children For Women Hurlbut- Vassar, Cushion-welt. If your local dealer in these brands has not Neolin-equipped shoes, he can easily get them from the Manufacturer. .s The Goodyear Tire Rubber Cor of Canada, Limited Toronto .Ontario Every Goodyear "Made-in-Canada" Neolin sole is branded with the name Be sure you get the genuine. eplXQ ;