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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUHSIUY, JULY 3, 191? THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGR THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" iy G. MeManus 'BUT YOU MKJHT. O iti 40 HOME- DUDE THW COULD DRWK WATER Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Leal. NCTV-- York Philadelphia Si. I.ouls Chicago Clnelminl! Jlrooklyn Doaton Piltsburg 40 37 SO 35 37 29 24 21 2! 27 30 31 31 35 .575 .545 .528 .500 .4 CO .107 .325 SATUHDAY GAMES Boslon......'.-010 010 2 S I Kew'rork......'000000 11 2 Trageseofi Packlitschj.Sal- ]cc anil Gibson. SL Louis......000 000 4 1 10 1 Amos, Mays and Gonzales; Vauglm Wilson, Ellloii. Philadelphia .001 300 11 B Alexander anil KUIifer; Coombs, Smith and Miller. Second Philadelphia 033 10 Brooklyn......301 030 1C 2 Mayer, Bender and Burns; Cadorc Cheney and Meyers, Miller. i 10 2 Pillsburn; 5 7 2 Scr-.nolder, 1.1ns nnd Clarke; Cooper and 1'ischer. SUNDAY GAMES. Cincinnati, O., July v.on both games from Piltsburg hero today, holding. tho Pirates to three hlls In each game, Cincinnati winning tho flial 4 to 1, and the second 5 to 1. St. Louis Trims Chicago, III., July hitting nnd Doak's fine pllclilng gave St. J.oula a r. to 0 vvln over Chicago lo- ilfly. Dotli pitchers were In good No other games scheduled. MONDAY'S GAMES. Poor Fielding, Pitlsburg, July poor lidding and liid ease wllh whicil Meraaux was hit gavo St. Louis to- day's game here, 6 lo 4- St. I.nula (103 OZfi 10 1 I'ltlalltrg ODD 002 G 3 Ilorslman, Packard And (Jonznlcs; Manmui, Grimes and Wagnnr. Defeat Cubs. Chicago, July de- feated Chicago S lo a In a ragged game hero lortay. Each club crreil frequently. Score: Cincinnati iOO J31 15 6 Chicago tl 3 Jlagan and Pren- dcrgast, Psulher, Scaton and Elliott. Four Out of Six. Brooklyn, July made it (our out or six In the flnnl game of the series with Philadelphia by win- ning today, 7 (o 3. The locals batted both Ocschger and. Bender hard. I'hlladolrMa 0 4 Brooklyn 13 i Ocschger.- Bender and Kllllter; Cheney, Smith nnd Sillier. Giants Win. York, July filflnts won from Boston today, 6 to 1, when they Bounded Allen for twelve Fills and rllnchccl tbo game In Ihfl fourth Inn- Jng. Anderson pitched an cffccdvo game York. Score: Boston AMERICAN Won. Ixist. Mcago........ 44 24 Boston........ 41 24 New York...... 33 23 Detroit........ 3rbicli men on bases v.-oulfl be rtnnger oils, or to trust to slra.'ght balls. He ihose-Lhe latter course and (ho-Efzf- Summonses have been issued at New York for Charles Ebbets, presirfent of Ihs Brooklyn Nat- ional League Club and Wilbert Rofamson, manager of the Brook- lyn learn, to appear in court to- day, when a ruling will be made regarding the playing of the game between, Philadelphia and Brooklyn on Sunday. The play- 1 ing of the game is said to have been in -of ihe Sunrfay closing law. The game free but admission was-charged lo a sacred concert held prior to the game. This feature In connection ivith 11 ic Red Cross sporis lield yeslerday was a great success. Tho committee are handing over Iho sum ol to the Ked Cross society as their "little towards the grand total. Unfortunate- ly many golfers had made arrangements for being out o[ town, otherwise the donation had been larger. The nr- rangcmenU (or Ilia entering by the la- dies of ihe Red Grots were greatly ap- preciated by the golfers, ami Hie com mlltcc of the GolC Club tender Ihelr best thanks to Ihcm lor Iheir efforts Helow is thr? result ot Hie. examina- tions in Central school. Tlie others ivill be published next iveok. Honor not obliged lo take exum- inalious utidcr llie followlne caudi- a term average of SO per no unescused auseni-e or latc-ne-'is, not more than twelve lialf day absence [or any t-auso, quarantine this year. Grade VII. to VIII Passed ivldi honors: Jecnel. Grace; Beimel. Lillian; Ber- ber, Rose; Iloivtuan, Paddy; Chafe, Evelyn; Crabb, Richard; Duncan, Mar- ret; Frache, Dorothy; Grant, Xa- orai; llagell, Bertie; Hicks, Milton; Higlnbotbam, Mary; 'llill, Laurence; iLigrani, Agnes; Jones, Ethel; Ketnm, Harold; Kerr, Harry; Knanman, IXDUise; Morris, Clarence; McQueen, Rhena; McAdoo. Msbcl; N'obles, Tlicl- ma; Prosser. Karl; lleltl. Melville; Rosaille, 'Jracc; Sandriulst, Karl; Doualil. Promoted" Andet. Harold; Bisselt, Sam; Crawford, Anita; Cook, Nor- man; Cragg, Cecil; Denoon, J Downing, ijcouard; Dawsou, (Jracs; Day. Arthur; Fludcs. Johu; Goodman, I.eo; Hyssop, Muriel; Huflner. Al lerla; Hamly, lloss; Hamilton, Allen; luiton, Dordcn; Holt, Cecil; Johnson nek; Llllle. Avril; I.owthcr, Edgar; lionely. WinniTrPd; Scoit, Leonard; Smllh, Douglas; Scolt, Ian; Scott Seltzer, Dudley; Tonlpkins, ;l; Virtue, Clarence; L'rsen- bach, Charles, necoramended; Rita Alrd. Grade VI. to VII. Passed with honors: Ijavalen. Hel- en; Uurrell, Joh'n; Ellwyn, Douglas; TnsGirh; Leecli. Mor- '1s, Eleanor; Tilach, Ernest. Promollon. Audet, Albcrla; Allison, Thelma; Ball, Kathleen; Uickcll, Earl; Davis, Rose; Thclma; Clinton; Jean; Ijydia; HCLisclton. Hardy, Kesler, Louise; Kerr, Ilolancl; Llppingwcll. Dulcie; Xiven, Margaret; Irvine, Ro- jert; Smith, Twaddle, Janet. HecomrocDiIeil: Kreeroan, Calhcr- uc; Gibson, Aurric; Hick, Oniura; Mvic, James; McNabb, Harold; Puunc, Scar, George; Seaman, Mar- in mnhing a enjoyable day. A kom line-up Jumped lu and sent Ihe) prompt start was made at S.30 a.m. ball In every direction. A llllle loose Messrs. -McArlhur and Pennefather fielding and the game was lost. Etzl- leadins off as tho first pair, others kom C. Orion 5. following In rapid succession. The genlaj Dr. Craig vas the winner ot Ihe cup with a net tolal.pt 85 which he will hold as the club Trophy null the next handicap. events arc being arranged for Ijy the committee to keep up Hie en IhiiBlasm of which due notice will be Washington Henry; Schouer 9 3 3 -I and New Vork C J2 1 Allen, Hughes and Tragrcssor; An- dorson and Karldcn. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Seattle 4; Spokane 6. Vancouver 8; Tncorna 7, Butlo Orcot Knlls 6. Games. 3, 4, 2; Vnn- Couver 2, Gr 1. Second 3, 6, 2; Van- couver 2, 4, Seattle 4. 6, 2; 2. Droat Falls 13, 16, (i; nutlo 14, 16, 4. ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Milwaukee 1; Indianapolis 5, Ht. I'fliil 2; Columbus S. Louisville i. ('alia and Haley. Won From Cleveland. Cleveland, July 2. Chicago, fnroGgn lack of control by Lambert, lollovvlng Uochllng's vnelfccllvcness In Iho second Inning, won from Cleve- land loday, 4 lo 3. Tho gamo was called In tho seventh Inning to let Cleveland-catch a train for St. Loula. Chicago 6 'i Cleveland 7 0 (Called, lo allow team to catch Eleven Innings, Boslon, July and New York played for eleven Innings today, when the, game was called on account of.darkness, wllh Iho scoro 4 to 4. Scott's failure to cover second when Baker was stealing In Ihp sorenth, prevented Boston from retiring tho aide bcloro the score was tied. New York llo in I Iloslon 01000010000-4 11 1 Shawkey, Shocker, Mogrldgo anil Kunamakcr; 3hcre, Bnder and Ag new. Ty's. Record Grows, 31. l.ouls, Mo., July Tyrua Colih got R double nnd a nlngle today, mak- ing his record for hllg In consecutive games 31. Detroit rallldcl snd won Irom SI. fxjiils In the tenth. The score was 5 lo 4. Qcort; Detroit 001 100 fj fi I St. Ixiula oon ion 200 B D.1US3 anil Slnnago; Ilogera Ecvcrold........ FERNIE 5, WALDO 9 Kernie, July day passed very quielly; nil the cliurelics held services appropriate to the occasion oC.lto fif- tieth anniversary of contcilerallon, aany private houses were decorated wilh flags nnil bunting antl Waldo came up and chastened Ihe Feruie bull playcra to the tune ot fl to 5 in a holly contested Rairio Uiia afternoon. Torthanlcr, Jackson and Banu'cll, bre the Waldo battery, ami Guest and Dunlop did (he twirling an'J j catrlilr.g for Femlo, In ihe fourth in-j nhig owing lo cosily errors bj'J Fernle, assisted by heavy batline, ran up six tallies. Otlierwise the game was a moit evenly contested one, five Innings being playeil without a score by cither slrtc: In one Inning, the sev- enth, Wnldo put out tho Fernld boys n one, two, three order, only len bolls being pitched by TodhunLbf. Thn lallcy stood 9-5 In favor of the visitors. Snonce umpired (he game sallsfaclor- lly (o all parties. Kitch crs, Roderick; Tlllack, Wiltord; Slat- Joe; Williamson, Joe; Vanhorc, Hene; Urscubach, Hoy. Rccoiciuiended: Evelyn Fowler; Loo Chee. Grade III. to Grade IV. Passed honors: Blackbourne. Lorne; Clarke, Jack; Denoon, Alllster; HamiHon, McKay, Allred; McKay, Alci.; Pilling, ('JONTINUED PROSI FRONT AT BOW ISLAND Bow Island, July Bow Island cel- ebrated the Confederation tojay In great stylo and while the crowd was not as large as was eipecled yet over one hundred thousand dollars' worth of automobiles were In attendance had the was easily 1500 strong. The events wore all pulled olf In spkndIG order and the management Is to le congratulated nnon the success of their eltorts. The [led Cross will _ certainlv be iu receipt ot a handsome I-oran; Mitchell, Waldron; Samlqulst, sum Whoi6 ot iuc ned Cross Anna; Williams, Kvelyn; j VVBrt. certainly active workers Douelas. flone [neir nobly Promoled from grade III. to IV.: ncre Ashcrolt, Jim; Allison, Muriel; Bern- ard, Hcrnice; Huck, Viola; Batisl, Bessie; Dolham, Florence; Cbanlin, Ain; FairGeld, Melvin; Furman, Mnr- jorle; llubbnrd, Helen; Hardy. Mar- garet; Hlngs, Kcivcr, John; MclCenzIo; Uilly; Patterson, Dorothy; Leech. Myrtle; Showers, Bill; Sadow- skl, Teddy; Slralier, Ruth; Scham- hack; Young, The results or the julor grades have been announced In the schools and will not be published. AT CARMANGAY C'armangay, July 2, An unusually Franci: iorio. large crowd gathered at tho fair grounds here today lo witness the baseball between Cliiiiijion, Slarely and Carmangay The people of the neighborhood apparently expected a good brand of sport ami '.urned out ac- cordingly and as an Indication of the prosperity of this part of the south, about two hundred und fifty automo- biles surrounded the diamond. During the day Ihe Cannangay boys' band under the of Mr- New York June Freddie Welsh I Hurlburl, furnished music. The band determined not to rellnnulsh Ills j is rcflccllDB creiiil upon JlE conductor hold on the lightweight championship I n7111 themselves. without n final struggle. He is tloingl TI1e celebration began when Champ- hie hsst to cling to the title, even If i011 aml Slavcly lined up, from the it be by only a technicality. But There M'ery first It was easily seen that WELSH QUIBBLING Isn't even a technicality to connect Freddie with the tille he held for EO long. The crown has been taken from Slnvcly was doomed lo defeat, llalnes waa hit hard nnd often by the Champ- bitters while Slier pitched great him and now adorns the black thatch (ball tor tho victors. Score: Champion of Bcnr.y Leonard. 6, Stavoly 0. UVHl.J IJCUIIAIU. ULU.W.J u. Welsh refuses lo concede that he) The ncilement commenced when out, because the fatal Champion lined up for their first gainc jre not lolled over. his 1 this season with Many LNTERNAT10NAL First G, 10, A; Prov- .t'.encc 1, 6, S. Second N'cwnrk 0, 13, 3; Providence 7, II, S. Klral Uillfalo Mon- treal 0, S, 2. Aftcrnon S, 7, 0; Montreal 1, 3, 1. First 2, 7, 3; Tor- onto II, 1-1. 0. Second Toronto 10, ft. 1, 7, 0; Klrst gamc-Ilaltlraorc II, 21, 2; Illchmond 16. 21, 2. Second 1; Richmond 2, 6, 0. PACIFIC COAST SATURDAY GAMES Oakland 21; Kali S. 1.03 Anirclc] 3; Snn f'mndsco 9. Portland C; Vcinon 1. A'n Coast league games scheduled on Monday, trarm travelling. Sir George- lllrdwooil, scientist niithor, illeA In Eng., Bgcd 85 years. Jnck Johnson la now R Spanish tor- eador, Ihe. dispatches tell us. He nna always strong on that klnrt ot sturt. There Is going to be a big crowd from LclhbrMgc at Medicine JIal for the TallO'I.cilry fight un the' morning of July 11. Clonic worked out In LclhbrMgo for a coujile of weeks dur- ing the wlnler and has a lot of friends here, who have a hunch he can win out. Slier, of Champion, has the best re- cord of any Southern Alberla pitcher (o date. lie Is the strike-out king of (Tic south. Well, ns between the baseball bug Grade V. to VI. Promoted: Adams, Jim; Gordon, Kathleen; Gordon. Andy; Hamilton, Agnes; Halhvorth. Edith; Hallworih, Madeline; Tlulbaril, LaTlita; Kesler, Devore; Livle, Hugh; .Marshall, Gco-; Mcdueen, Alex.; I'ritcliard, nobt.; Fil- ling, Boral; N'iven, Edward; Nuder, Clltforo; Scoll. Win- nie; Waddlngton, Geoffrey; Wien, lleden; Wughorn; Wlnler, Cecil; Wellinglon, XorR. Passed by honors: Blunl, lyOilie; Chaplain, K-Jdie; Crawford, Marion; Day, Frank; Goldstein, Helen; Green Emma; Knapman, Lilian; Whitney, nlln; Marrs, Norah; .McKay, Ilobefta; Wheeler, Wlnnifred; Wyman, Sam; Stafford, Margaret. Grade V. lo VI. Tflsscd with honors: Adams, Ivy; niin-Itl. Vliinte; Ball, Edlih; Charch, Jack; Hardy, May; Ilca- 'sey. Katherlne; Maclcnd, Mary; Mus- ccivlch. Solly; Simpson, Adair; Spiron. Ons, Promoted: Bawdcn, Krtllli; Bonnell, Percy; Dernier, Edward; Bernard, llcglnald; Colpman, Kathleen; Fair- field, Orvllle; Glllesple. Teddy; Hut- ton, Maud; Jackson. Kthel; Darmall. Xclroi; llatnllton. Helen; Prltchard, Willie; Proclor, Myrtle; Hose. Myrtle; llosaine, Marjory: Hose, Willie; nob- Inson. George; Otl, Dorolhy. Wool- sely, Herbert. Kiirommended; Carson, Acrail; Goodman, Lilly; Tatterson, Flora. Grades W. to V. Passed with honors'. Blunt, Bolitilc; cause he wns not lying prone on the door of the ring, and because Kid McPnrtland, Iho referee, failed to count him out, he sllll holds the cham- pionship. It is like a drowning man clutching nt a straw and then discovering lo his dismay that lh3 straw Is but a vision and there isn't even a straw lo grab. SPEEDWAY GIVES FINE MOTOR Chicago, June Spend- way Park association, which recently 1611 oil boom give us the Is a very prevalent fever In and the bus. It Southern Alberta Just fllj present, but nobody Is suffering from tho elTi The suggcsllon haa been made lhat numbers should bo tacked an the posts along Ihe courc and where posts aren't available Ihoy should be erccl ed. 'Jie Idea helns to help In follow