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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1917 tite lethbmdge daily herald "BRINGING UP FATHER' pagk three By G. McM anus Big League Baseball New York . Philadelphia Si. Louis . . Chicago . . . Cincinnati . Brooklyn . . Boston . . . Pittsburg . . NATIONAL Won .... 40 3S 37 24 21 Lost. 22 27 Kfl :>a ;:7 :u p.c. m� .578 .F.4T. .52S .500 .4(50 .407 ,32S Won. Lost. P.C | 44 24 .047 1 41 24 .�',;{i i 25 20 .54 7 | 34 'Ml .".15 j 35 35 .500 1 �>'> 3*� .400 | ao 12 .382 ' 23 39 .371 SATURDAY GAMES Boston......-..010 0111 000-2 S 1 New York......000 000 SOx-S 11 2 Nehf. and, Tragessor, Packlitsch; .Snl-lcc and Gibson. St. Louis......000 000 000-0 4 1 Chicago.......000 020 22x-(1 10 1 Ames. Mays and Gonzales; Vaughn and Wilson, IClliott. Philadelphia .. . .001 300 200-G 11 5 Brooklyn......000 O'OO 002-2 5 1 Alexander and Killifer; Coombs, Doll, Smith and Miller. Second game- Philadelphia .. . . 200 030 030 -S 10 2 Brooklyn......301 030 20x-!) It! 2 Mayer, Bender and Burns; Carton.', Chenev and Meyers, Miller. Cincinnati......102 000 001-4 10 2 Pittsburg......010 002 20x-F> 7 2 Schneider, Ring and Clarke; Cooper and Fischer. SUNDAY GAMES. Cincinnati, O., July 1.-Tonoy won both games from Pittsburg here today, holding the Pirates to three hits in each game, Cincinnati winning the first I to 1, and the second 5 to 1. St. Louis Trims Chicago. Chicago, 111., July 1.-Good hitting and Douk's fine pitching gave St. Louis a 1 to o win over Chicago today. Both pitchers were in good fettle. No other games schedulod. MONDAY'S GAMES. Poor Fielding. Pittsburg, July 2.-Pittsburg's poor fielding and the ease with which Mamaux v,-as hit gavo St. Louis today's game hero, 6 to 4. St. Louis . . . . 003 020 100-R 10 1 Pittsburg . . . . 000 002 020-4 fi 3 Horstman, Packard nnd Gonzales; Mamaux, Grimes and Wagnor. Defeat Cubs. Chicago, July 2-Cincinnati defeated Chicago 8 to 5 in a ragged game hero today, l'iach club erred frequently. Seoro: Cincinnati . . iOOBU 020-8 15 (i Chicago ..... 102 020 000-5 !) 3 Hagan and Wingo; Douglas, Prcn-dergast, R.euther, Soaton and Elliott. Four Out of Six. Brooklyn, July 2.-Brooklyn made it four out of six in the final game of the sovios with Philadelphia by winning today, 7 to 3. The locals batted both Oeschger and Bonder hard. Philadelphia . . 000 110 001-3 0 4 Brooklyn .. .. 013 001 02x~f 13 1 Ooschger, Bonder and Killifor; Chenoy, Smith and Miller. Gtants Win. Now York, July 2.-The Giants won from Boston today, 6 to 1, when they yioundod Alton for twelve hits and clinched the gamo in the fourth Inning. Anderson pitched an effective game for" New York. Scoro: Boston ...... 000 000 010-I 5 2 New York .. . 004 010 1 Ox-fi 12 1 Alien, Hughes and Tragressor; Anderson and Karidon. AMERICAN Chicago ... Boutnn .. ,. New York .. Detroit .. Cleveland .. Washington , St. Louis .. Philadelphia SATURDAY GAMES Detroit........000 001 200-3 St. Louis......110 100 10.x-I Mitchell, C. Jones, Dauss and cor, Stallage; Plank and Scveroid. Second game- Detroit.........000 040 200-G 10 1 SI. Louis......200 010 110-5 8 2 James, Dauss and Stanage; Groom, Davenport, Rogers and Severoid. Washington .. . .030 010 020-H 7*3 Philadelphia .. . .300 GUI 40x-14 1!) 0 Dumont, Ayers and Henry; Seiboid and Haley. Second game- ' Washington .. ..002 012 000-5 Philadelphia .. . .214 100 OOx-S Shaw, Gallia and Ainsmith; and Meyer. New York......011 000 000-2 Boston........140 300 lOx-9 Cnllop, Love and Nunamaker; and Thomas, Agnow. Chicago........100 000 000-1 Cleveland......203 030 121-11 With District Sail Teams Chicago, July 3.-Adam Debus, shortstop of the Fargo-Moorehead team of the Northern League, has been sold to St. Louis Nationals. !) 2 0 1 Spen- 12 2 I) 0 Bush 7 0 11 0 Mays WARNER'S REVENGE j Warner, June 3o.--Warner secured | revenge for the defeat indicted on I them last week at New Dayton, when I on the local diamond this afternoon! the local nine defeated the visiting! Xew Dayton team by a score of I! to! 1. Xew Dayton had not their regular linen)), but errors were not as plenti-j ful as in Ihe game played at Xew I Dayton, but Warner were belter slick-i er � this afternoon, and found Johnson] several times. Skinner for Warner, I pitched i; good brand of ball, though i in two innings New Dayton filled the bases, hut were unable to wore. Johnson gave Warner one run on a wild pitch, and though lu;-appears to have speed he seems to hick control. Jud Foley umpired the game, Batteries: Warner-Skinner and Ford; New Dayton-Johnson and Gorrill. Summonses have been issued at New York for Charles Ebbets, president of the Brooklyn National League Club and Wilbert Robinson, manager of the Brooklyn team, to appear in court today, when a ruling will be made regarding the playing of the game  between Philadelphia and Brooklyn on Sunday. The playing of the game is said to have been in violation of the Sunday closing law. The game was free but admission was charged to a sacred concert held prior to the game. ball ! fi 12 Williams, Scott, Bcnz and Schalk; Bagby and O'Neill. SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland Beats Chicago. Cleveland, O., July 1.- Although outbatted two to one, Cleveland, talcing advantage of errors, defeated Chicago, 5 to 4 today. St. Louis and Detroit Divide. St. Louis, Mo., July L-Cobb hit safely in both games of a double-header between Detroit and St. Louis today, raising his credit to safeties In 30 consociitive games. Detroit shut out St. Louis in the first game, 5 to 0. Hard hitting inarkod tlio second contest which St. Louis won, 15 to 0. No other games schedulod. MONDAY GAMES. Held Athletics. Philadelphia, July 2.-Gallia held Philadelphia to three hits, all of .vhlch wore- mado after tho sixtli inning today and Washington won the game, l> to 0. terrors played a big part In the visitors runs. Lambeth, Kleffer, Morton and O'Neill. Scoro: ORION 5, ETZIKOM 6 Orion, Juno 20. - The Orion team played a good game at last Wednesday night up to the last inning when they apparently threw away tho game. Playing first class ball in tho first eight, innings when the score stood 5 to 2, in favor of Orion. In the ninth, however, a tip foul struck Catcher Evorson on the jaw. partially disabling him. Bjorkliind was then in a ipiandary as to pitch curves and chance pass balls, which with men on liases would he dangerous, or to trust to straight balls. He chose the hitter course and the Et/.i-kom line-up jumped in nnd sent the ball in every direction. A little fielding and the game was lost kom ti. ou'lon t>. This feature connect ion northwestern SATURDAY GAMES Fenttlo 4; Spokane fi. Vancouver 8; Tacoma 7. Butto 4; Groat Falls ti. Monday Games. Firnt game-Taconin 3, I, 2; Vancouver 2,