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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TIIIDAY, JULY 6, 1917 Tlftt LETHBIUDGE DAILT VTEP.AL.D PAGR TI-h'.EE "bringing up father- By G. McM anus Big Ball Game on Saturday Magrath Picked as Victims NATIONAL Won. I-ost. P.C. S'ow York .. . .. 42 Mi\ Chics bo . . St. Louis .... . . . 40 ::o .571 Boston . . Philadelphia .. ... 38 2!) .507 Now York . I.'ineinnatf .. . . . -10 37 .510 Cleveland .. Chicago..... .. ;:s 37 .507 Detroit .... Brooklyn .. ... "o 311 .155 Washington Boston...... .. . 20 :;f. .110 St. Louis .. Pittsburg .... ... 21 IT .:;oo Philadelphia 1 St. Louis Gets Another. Pittsburg, July !>.-St. Louis took mother came from Pittsburg today, winning 0 to (i in It innings. Five pitchers took part. Ames, who finished til pitching for St. Louis, made a three-bagger In the 11th and (cored on Smith's single. Score: Bt. Louis .. 2o:!i>oo 010 (>:$-!> i:i i Pittsburg . . 000 040 110 00-0 12 2 llorslmaii, .Meadows, Ames and Gonzales; Steele, Grimes and Fischer. A Little Celebration. Brooklyn, .Inly 5.-The Brooklyn team celebrated the raising of the National League pennant today by boating N'ew York H to 3. When President. Toner and Manager McGraw mot at the flag pole, Tenor reached out bis 11and and said: "How are you, John?" Me.Gruw shook 1 lie executive's hand but was too surprised to more than .mumble some unintelligible response. Brooklyn batted all three New York pitchers hard. Score: New York . . 300 000 ooo-:: 1 Brooklyn . . . . OL'O 301 OOx-6 II 2 Benton, Tosreau, Smith and flar-Men; Cheney and Miller. Boston Wins. Philadelphia, .luly 5.-Boston won trom Philadelphia hero today, II to 0. Tho defeat was due to the splendid pitching of Tyler and Nehf. In the third inning Tyler split his loft hand �topping a fast, grounder. Score: Boston ....... 000 002 001-,1 Philadelphia . . 000 000 000-0 Tyler, Neht and Tragressor; Bnder, Bonrtor and Killifer. No other game scheduled. AMERICAN Won. Lost. PC . 47 25 .05:; . 10 25 .IMS . ;u; ::_' .5 20 . as .507 . rsr, 35 .r.on . 21; in .:; :� > �: : > : ! BROTHER AGAINST BROTHER Crack Jockeys, Johnny and Tommy j McTaggart, Rjde on Same Tracks, j A feature on the eastern tracks th Is j season is the rivalry between Tommy � McTaggart and his brother. Johnny, j These two crack jockeys opened the j season at Jamaica and their first hot race wan won by Tommy, who rode Top o' tho Morning home ahead of Johnny, aboard Ornicsdale. At that Tommy only won by a nose. A day or so later Johnny evened up the score by riding home abend of Tommy1 on Corn Tassel. The McTaggart boys are without a doubt "major league" stars in the jockey league. They are just as much at home astraddle a runner as Ty Cobb is in a Detroit, uniform. Before the summer is over they are sure to furnish some of the most thrilling finishes on the eastern turf. Lawn Bowling WhenO'Day Pitched Draw for pairs competition. Prize donated by W. A. Buchanan, M.P.: Group No. 1 J. F. Li vie vs W. D. King. Dr. W. II. Miirrs vs Geo. Morris. Jas. Aird vs M. Freeman. Thomas Mousey vs B. Everall. Group No. 2 W. S. Adams vs J. C. F. Miller. R. W. Scott vs. J. S. Hamly. W. Willetts vs J. Cook. L. W. Clark vs A. G. Baalim. Group No. 3 J. J. J. W. Marnoch vs G. Roy. Mcllvena vs H. Fleetwood. Peacock vn J. S. Gather. P. Spalding vs C. e. Carberry. Group No. 4 R. H. Fairley vs C. E. Cameron. D. D. McNnbb vs R. Andrews. R. Ward vs Macdonald. K. I). Johnson vs S. Jackson. Group No. 5 S. Shover vs Dr. M. J. Gibson. II. Smith vs II. K. Liscomb. Jones vs W. J. Rea. Kach pair will play each other pair in its own group, winning pairs to play down to a finish. The games in this; competition will bo of 25 ends. W. S. G. Mamma Swatted It Little Flsio (eager for summer-Mamma, don't it seem good to have a tly around tho house again? Going back about 25 years, an eastern sport writer recently dug up baseball gems of the past that in the light of history are of unusual interest. Items which then were jotted down, as idle gossip, to bo forgotten the next day, make more interesting reading today than accounts of modern pitching duels or slugging matches. He found that: AmoB Ruslc was winning regularly for tho Giants. Bid McPhee, Cincinnati's second baseman still plays without a glove. Baltimore critics say that Third 1 Baseman Muggsy McGraw has made good and will cover the position regularly. Brooklyn has offered Centre Fielder Mike Griffin to Cleveland for Jimmy McAleer, but Pat Tebeau will not consider the offer. Baseball is growing. Nearly 10.000 were at the Polo grounds when Amos Rusie shut out Boston. Extra ticket windows were opened. A critic predicts that Cy Young, tho youthful phenom of the Cleveland team will not last two more seasons because he is curving himself to death. Tliere is much wisdom In this assertion. Pop Anson is almost 35 years old, but he can still hit. The big fellow rapped Theodore Breitensteln for two singles, a double and a triple in the recent series. Manager Bill McCloskey of the Louisville team has issued a denial that ho was going to sign a certain college pitcher on the nine of an eastern university. Bill says he hna no time to bother with the "rah. rah" boys, and everybody agrees with him. ' Charles Nichols, of the Boston team : Is a wonderful pitcher, but. .few fans think lie Is worth $35110 a season. � This Is the salary he held up Boston.'1, for. Connie Mack is catching regularly for the Pittsburg team now. This tall, chap lias a good whip, but docs not-seeni to be much of n gene~.il behind (lie plate. Manager Al Buckenbergor is working bard to make a thinking ball player out of liim. j It is reported that the Phillies are ! going to let out Lave Cross, who, no doubt, will go to the minors. Baltimore is trying out a new right j Holder named Keelor. lie once play- I otl with Brooklyn. Me looks too light ' for fast company. Chicago has offered $4000 for Al : Selbach. the star outfielder of the Washington team. This was a tempt- j ing offer, but Washington decided to 1 keep him.  Chris von dor Ahc says that his catchers have discovered Ed Dele-halily's weakness. Outfielder Billy Sunday says he will open a pool and billiard room when he is through with baseball. Toner, the big pitcher of the Chicago team, has quit baseball. Foolish move, when he could have pitched up from $1500 to $2000 of easy money for several more years to come. Pitcher Hank O'Day of tho Washington team complains that he is getting a raw deal from tho umpires. What. Hank thinks of umpires would not look tit in print. Ban Johnson, sporting editor of tho Cincinnati Commercial Gazette, writes that the collapse of tho brotherhood means that never again will there be any attempt to establish a second major league. Johnson is right. Members of the Cincinnati team aro kicking because of the new rule which prohibits them from drinking at the park bar while tfi uniform. Firet baseman Charley Comiskey is said to be a sucker for a curvo high on the inside. He who >' hasn't tried' : : ? : < * ? ? ? ? BROKE RECORD FOR MILE SWIM San Diego, Cal., July 4.- Norman Ross of the Olympic club of San Francisco, today broko the national A.A.U. record for the mile swim, making the distance In 24 minutes and ten seconds. The record was held by Ludy Langer, whoso time was 24 minutes 59 1-5 seconds. The race was tho first on tho program of the Pacific Coast championship events at Coronado Tent City. ? t\ ? ? ? NOTICE! Pleased to inform you that \vc can now supply Model Four Ninety A Chassis $61)0.00 i. o. b. Osliawa The chassis will be supplied with cowl equipment-that Is, It will be supplied with all equipment including Speedometer, Wind Shield, Fenders and regular equipment of tools. We are having a good many inquiries for chassis and for this reason are making this announcement to the public. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mh 80 ;