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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LEr?Tr,r�r�*cr; uiv^iii .y^nAus TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus JOST THINK MR. J\L'J St. Louis ....... ... ;!2 . .47S Chicago ........ ... :'.o .470 Detroit ........ ... 27 ;'.t; .4-JO Philadelphia .,. 41 .3411 Chicago, July 1.-Chicago lacked tho punch Lixiay and St. Louis won both games of a double header today two to nothing and fonr to three. Scores; St. Louis ........000 :;no 000-2 4 0 Chicago ..........000 000 00l>-0 7 llouck, Rogers and Xunamaker; Danforth and Schalk. Second game- St. Louis ........001 010 201)-4 12 2 Chicago .........001 OOil 200-3 H 2 Davenport and Severold; Benz, Woltang and Jacobs, Schalk. Philadelphia, July-1.-New Y'ork defeated Philadelphia ) to 2 in a poor exhibition. Score: New York.......410 110 101-9 13 2 Philadelphia .....100 000 100-2 7 G Caldwell and Hannah; Gregg, Adams and -McAvoy. Cleveland, July 1.-Cleveland aK.iin defeated Detroit 4 to 1 in the final game of the series here today. Score: Detroit ..........000 010 000-1 10 2 Cleveland .......000 201 lOx-4 7 2 Cunningham and Yelle; Coumbe and O'Neill. Boston-Washington, played Sunday. Saturday Games. Boston 3, Washington 1. .New Y'ork 1, Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 4. Chicago 5. Cleveland 13, Detroit 4. Sunday Games. Boston 3, Washington 1. St. Louis 4, Chicago 3. Detroit 10. Cleveland 2. Detroit 2, Cleveland 0. NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago ........ ... 4:1 LS .70,-. Now York ..... ... 41 20 .1172 Bo.ston ........ ... :io 32 .4S4 Philadelphia .., ... 28 :i2 .4117 .443 Pittsburg ...... 27 34 Brooklyn ...... ... 24 34 .414 Cincinnati...... . . . 25 3.". .417 St. Louis ..... 23 30 .390 Boston, July 1.-Boston lieteuted Brooklyn h-3 this oveninu in the first major league twilight game. Score: Brooklyn .........001 000 002-3 (1 4 Boston ...........202 000 Olx-5 9 0 Marquard, Robinson and .Miller; Rngan and Wilson. St, Louis, July 1.-Wild throws by Gonzales and Paulett, coupled with tlmolv hitting by Chicago enabled the visitors to win today 4 to 2. Score: Chicago ..........000 103 000-4 (1 0 St. Louis .........000 101 000-2 8 2 Ilondrlx and Kllllfer; May and Gon-zaleB. Philadelphiu-New Y'ork, postponed, rain. (No other games scheduled. Saturday Games. Chicago 2, Cincinnati 0, Philadelphia 1, New York 2. Philadelphia 2, New York 1. Pittsburg 5, St. Louis 5. Pitt.sburg 4, St. Louis 5. Sunday Games. Cincinnati 7, C'hlcago 7. CMnclnnati 7, Chicago 0, Pittiiburg 1, St. Louis 2. Pittsburg 5, St. Louis 4. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE .Newark 0, Toronto 1. Second gtime-Newark 3, Toronto 4. Syracuse 8, Binghnmplon 5. .fersey City 4. Buffalo 6. Second game-Jersey City 0, IJut-lulo 8. Uocheater 4, Baltimore 7. HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Toledo 0, Milwaukee I. (U Innings.) Second game-Toledo 4, Milwaukee S. Columbus 0. Kansae City 2. I No other games scheduled.) OCAL OMU OR RIN; WIN IN UPHILL FIGHT Ciime from Behind and Defeated Damon Noble's Crew by 14 to 9 Saturday. GAME GAVE FANS PLENTY OF FUN Lethbrldge turned out a better baseball machine than the fans expected on Saturday evening. It wasn't anything so very das.oy, but served the purpose by defeating the "f urin squad by a score of 14 to 9. We have had worse ball teams :Jn Lethbrldge and that's no drenm. Tho locals might not have put oyer a win had not Damon Noble's good right arm tired on him after he had hurled tor five innings. He had the Lothbridge tossera beaten 7 to (5 when he derrlcked himself In favor of his brother, M. .Noble. Noble II got away swimmingly the first innings he pitched, blanking the heavy swatters, but in the seventh they fell on hlra tor four resounding smashes, which, coupled with a base on balls and an error counted for five runs. The locals added three more in the eighth for good measure on two hits, a base on balls and two foozles. The Lethbrldge team worked very nicely outside tho first and fourth frames. Scott was on the mound for the locals while O'Conner was doing the receiving. The Danker battery was all to the good, though Scott tired after hurling six stanzas and pulled himself out, sending in young Wade Rldi)ath, tthe high school boy, who bent them over like a veteran. Brlggs at second base was eating up ovory-thing that came his way. in the second he retired the first two men. It took a long ruii to scoop- 11 slzzliug grounder from Jackson's bat. Tlion he took a screaming drive off Damon Noble's bat. He was tlic mainstay of tho Infield. LeValley held down the first sack and accepted 15 chances wlthtaut an error, but was rather weak with llio stick. Ferko at third Is the makings of a good player, and tore oft a screaming double In the lucky seventh that drove In two rutis, later scoring with Brlggs when Wade Rid-path cracked a beauty ulnng the first baso line. For Turin, Noble fell on one of Scott's first offerings and pickled it on the nose so hard it bounded off tho left field fence. It was good tor three bags. G. Potter, tho Coaldalo catcher came up and busted a single, scoring Noble. Green for a pass. Turnngo singled, scoring Potter, but Green was forced at tho plate, Scott to O'Conner. The Turlns were blanked In the second, but In the third they emulated another when M. .N'oble emulated his brother's feat and bounced one on tho trademark for t threo stations, coming homi^ ou a passed ball. In tho fourth, tho Ti.rlus put them.selvca two ahead by hlltlug Scott's offerings for two singles and another triple, D Noble again contrl. butiug the heavy swat. 0. Potter and Jackson also connected in this frame, and an error by Ramsay helped in manufacturing the threo counters. .McLean scored in the first for Lethbrldge on Grren's boot and LeValley's hit. In the second tho locals fell on Noble for four runs. Brlggs, singled, Green got transportation. Then O'Conner leaned on one and put it out where tho daisies grow in left field, taking three .sacks. Scott then got a pass and JIcLean, another of the Bankers' aggregation, duplicated O'Connor's feat. This brought In four runs. .McLean was glued to third while the next two up struck out. The locals missed a couple of good chances to cut men down at second and third, but then retrieved their mistake in the eighth. M. .Noble got on when Vaselenak let a high one get uway from his glove, lie paraded around to third. Turnage came up and dumped one down to Ridpath who tossed to the, first baseman. LcValloy shot the ball to O'Connor and Noble was trapped between third and the plate for a double play In which four fielders figured. That the locals did some fielding is shown by the IS assists staged. The following is the box scoro^ which gives tho game in detail: Turin AB. R, H. PC. A. E. D. Noble, p., c.t.....5 2 2 0 2 0 Potter, Rocky .Mountain Branch of the t;an-iidlaii Mining Institute, who with John T. Sterling, chief mino inspector, was present to witness the contests. The Iirlzcs tor the ulino reacua, andt senior first aid events were' a silver .shield to each winning team, lirunihellcr and .Michel, preseutod by the Rocky .Mountain Branch of the Canadian Mining Institute,, and each member of each team was presented with a gold medal, donated by the C.P.R. Smal-mer gold medals were ^Iven each member of the second teams. the�e going to Coalhurst and Coleman. The shields are up for competition for ten years. In I91G they were won by Ooal Ooek for the mine leacue unil Coleman for tho first aid. The junior first prize was gold fobs tor tho winners, prceeutod by the Coraprpssed Gas Co. of Calgary, the second team getting gold tie pins presented by John Howard of tho Canada West Coal Co., Tabor and Ad Roid of tho tlhinook Coal Co., Lethbrldge, while third prize was cuff links presented by C. 11. Hall of Calgary. � n SHORT OF FOOD. Am.stetdam, July 1.-Pctrograd luT. received no supplies whatever for four days, according to a statement by tho food commissioner. casolene;oil and tires^ bile not only com/ortaUe-but posaihh. To prove it, drive a block at 20 milet per hour on your rirns. Br�ok^Tread-lt�d' wiklU are' not only tires, but: the very best in \ tires that the largest.;.|Vbterjractory^onj earth can make,:; ~ * - Baalim Motor Co. Back of Union Bank Cut your tir9 upkttp with a DiamoiuL'* 1108 5189 ;