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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1017 Tim LETIinniDGE DAILY iTKRALD PA OR THREE -ii_____j-.j..j-1-i-li j..�1-uu.ggr "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McM anus i WTER - ORlNCi ME THE SWINDLING SHEET- [I HERE \OU are-sir: I'LL HWE A CHOP-A. BOTTLE OP WINE WHAT'S THE LAST OROER? dcx; : WHAT OOTOU VANT WITH A OCX,- --�> sir: am O'LEARY BOASTS Bout at Medicine Hat For Canadian Title Will Re Hoi Affair Nelson, no (Inc., Buffalo, 10 rds. You will see by (lie above that bo has mot two of the world's champions, and more than held his own with Freddie Welsh who was champion of the world until he met Benny Leonard, lie has also met Johnny Kilbane, present featherweight champion of the world. Free and Easy LOCAL FANS ARE PULLING FOR TAIT Big League Baseball New York . St. Louis .. Phlladeli.hia Cincinnati . Chicago .. . Brooklyn .. Boston .. .. Fittsburg   NATIONAL Won. Lost. ... -is 2:1 ... 40 31 ... :is :;o .. 10 ::k ... .n. 1 .. so '.'.7 ... 27 AMERICAN ,-,r, 47 P.C .CBi! .iitiS .Sail .513 .513 .418 .12!) .31!) Won. Lost. P.C  40 ''."> .048 47 2(> .044 30 30 >�> 37 .52!) .513 30 2ti 35 411 .507 .304 2S 411 .378 24 44 .353 Had Leg Sroken. Philadelphia, .July fi.-Pittsburg von today's Ramo from I'hiiadelphi". 8 to ft, by bitting the deliveries of Ocschger and Mayor hard. Left fielder lllnchnian, of Pittsburg, had his loft leg broken in a collision with Catcher Adams at the homo plate in the ninth. Pittsburg .. .. 103 010 003-8 13 0 Philadelphia . . 100 0:10 001-5 7 4 Broke Winning Streak. New York, .luly 0.-New York broke the winning streak of the St. Louis team here today, winning by a score of 2 to 1. Both Perritt and Packard pitched strong games. St. Louis ... . . 000 010 000-1 7 0 New York .. .. 100 000 01 x-2 0 2 Eight Out of Nine. Brooklyn, July 0.-Chicago made It eight out of nino games with Brooklyn up to date here today with ft 3 to 1 victory. Chicago ...... 001 020 000-3 7 1 Brooklyn..... 000 010 000-1 2 0 Stops Cinci's. Boston, July 0.-Boston stopped Cincinnati's run of six consecutive victories today, winning 4 to 2. Allen Was hit safely more often than Regan and Ellcr, but two wild heaves by Shean helped Boston. Cincinnati .. .. 000 000 110-2 .7 2 Boston ....... 031 000 OOx-4 G 0 Boston .. Chicago .. . New York . . Cleveland . . Detroit____ Washington St. Louis . . Philadelphia Tigers Win. ' Detroit, July ti.- Hunching two doubles, a triple and a single with two errors in the fourth, Detroit won from Chicago I to 1. Cobb broke his batting streak of 35 games by going hit less in four times at bat. Chicago ..... 000 000 010-1 12 2 Detroit ...... 010 300 OOx-t 10 1 Faber, Scott and Schalk; Dauss and Stallage. Easy For Cleveland. St. Louis, July 0.-Cleveland made eight runs in the third inning today and easily defeated St. Louis 12 to ti. In the third inning 21 men went to bat, the two sides making 13 runs and 10 hits. Manager Jones used six pitchers. Cleveland .. O0S 202 000-12 1 1 2 St. Louis .. . 015 000 000- 0 8 3 Coumbe, Morton and Billings; Davenport, Groom, Hamilton, Koob and Sovcroid. No other games scheduled. Kitchen Mystery # i,A ~~--" I S^FOR SPORT FANS Tonight's baseball cession between Lethbridge and Magrath at Eckstorm Parle will start at 6.30 sharp. A large continugent of rooters Is coming up from the Garden City and the crowd of local fans will be large. Skene and Bond will be the local battery. The infield will likely line up with Livingstone on first, Green second, Cosgriff short, and Joe Gil-lis third. In the outfield will be Gillis, Cherry and Williams. This is considered about the strongest line-up of the season and if Skene shows all he has in the twirling line tho game will be a beauty. J. pacific coast Portland 7, !), 0; Salt Lake 5, 13, 4. Oakland 3, 11, 2; Los Angeles 9, 13, San Francisco 3, 7, 3; Vernon 5, 11, association Indianapolis 1, 3, 2; Louisville G, 12, 1. Milwaukoo 3, 7, 2; St. Paul 2, 7, 0. Kansas City 0, 10, 2; Minneapolis 2, 7, 4. Toledo 0, fi, 3; Columbus 1, 9, 3. 7, northwestern Soattlo S, 12, 4; Vancouver G, 7, J. Butto 12, 13, 3; Tacoma 7, 12, G. Spokano 12, 18, 0; Great Falls 4, international Newark 3, 9, 1; Richmond 1, 9, 1. Toronto 1, 0, 1; Rochester 2, F>, 2. Baltimore-Providence and Buffalo-Montreal game*, scheduled for today wore played yostorday. EXHIBITION GAME Boston 9, 15, 2; Buffalo 7, .5, 3. With District Ball Teams PI I Bow Island, July G.-Forty-Mile and Foremost ball teams crossed bats hero tonight and it was the cleanest game of the season. Forty-Mile made two runs in the first inning off Begor-In and after that ho held them down in good shape and did not allow another score, until the fourth when they secured another and on'o ii^the fifth and that ended their runs, while Walker for Forty-Mile hold Foremost score-loss until tho fourth whon they scored two runs and then air-tight ball was played by them. The game was called on account of darkness. Score 4 to 2 in favor of Forty-Mile. Big Rout at Raymond Fair - Manyberries Boxer Is a Husky /Boy It looks like the Norway Boy as Young Ross' opponent in the big boxing bout billed for Raymond fair. The Norway Boy was in the city this morning and called at the Herald Office. He is a husky chap who seems to know the game, and while he is heavier than Ross, he should give him a great battle. The bout, which is lined up for Raymond fair, promises to be one of the big attractions at that event which draws thousands of people from Lethbridge annually. Al. Hoselton will likely be the third man In the ring. TOO IE COLLAR Mc. each. 3 for He. TOOKE BROS. LIMITED Mik.r*, Montreal Tho Aquatic ,Club will open the Beason at the lake on Wednesday afternoon next with a Regatta and ncquntic sports, to bo followed by a picnic. Commodore nidpath has already secured a number of entries for various canoe events, which will include single and double canoe races, the gunwale ride, the tail end and tho war canoe; and he expects to stage a good tilting bout, an event hugely enjoyed by spectators: and given a breeze, a sailing race will be held in the course of the afternoon. Entries for all ovents should be made with T. C. nidpath, who will afford any information. .All events aro free and open to members of the association. At six o'clock a picnic supper will bo tho grout (eyQ|\t^ the club supines, tea, sugar,; mi{k, a,rid| crockery; ladles �re naked to bring along oats for two, as tho club has qullo a stock of homeless bachelors who need looking after in tho matter of pie. Immediately after supper, a short but important business meeting will bo hold, and possibly an impromptu dance will wind up the proceedings. Given a fine day, the club opening should be a moat enjoyable affair. BOYS BEAT FATHER TO DEATH. St. Louis, Mo., July 5. - William Dannecker, 5S years old, was beaten to doath today by his two sons, Theodore, 13, and Herman, 23. Tho brothers look turns at hammering their father with a ball bat. Herman said that they killed their father because- of his continued cruolty to their stepmother. Ho said that his own mother killed herself because of her husband's cruelty; that Dannecker's second wife obtained a divorco and that tho third wife, tho present Mrs. Dannecker, had attempted suicide because of ill treatment. Additional Sport on Page 9 ;* , TY FALLS DOWN i Detroit, Mich., July (!.-Ty Cobb failed to hit safely in today's game here and broke his Htreak of 35 consecutive games in which ho has hit safely. He still holds tho major league record with 40 games. Following is the record of .Tohnnv O'Leary, Canadian lightweight champion, who meets Clonic Tait in Medicine Hat on Wednesday morning next for tho championship title. O'Leary has had plenty of ring practice, but he Is going up against a comer in Tait. Lethbridge fans arc pulling for Clonie to win: Born, Seattle, Wash.. June 10. ISO?,. Color, white. Lightweight. Height, 5ft. 0% in. Irish-American. 1910-Knockout: Tommy Banks, 3 rds.; Johnny Shiff, 4 rds.: Danny Newton, 1 id.. Won: Billy Vetro, 4 rds.; I Charley Given?, 4 rds.; Billy Vetro, 0 jrds.; Charley Givens, 4 rds.; Billy Vetro. 4 rds.; Uex Hughes, 4 rds.; Henry ] North, 0 rds.; Red Hughes, 4 rds.; J Henry North. 0 rds.; Red Hughes, 4 j rds.;'George Schofield, 4 rds.; Frankie Burns, 0 rds.; Eddie Lewis. 8 rds.; Clarence Bothus, 4 rds.; Johnny Sciiiff 4 rds.; Clarence Rothus, 4 rds.; Johnny Sc'niff, ti rds.; Johnny Sciiiff, 10 rds.; Tumwater Kid, 4 rds.; Andy Russell, 4 rds.; Johnny Hayes, 4 rds.; Young Maxwell, 4 rds.; Young Max-j well, 4 rds.. Draw: Jack Lassard, 0 rds.; Clarence Rothus. 4 rds.; Louis Halm, 4 rds.; Young Maxwell. 4 id,;. 1912-Knockout-.Floyd Goodman. 2 rds.; Kid Humphrey, 3 rds.; Claude Johnson. 3 rds.; Spike Hennesy. 3 rds.; Leo Crevero, 2 rds.; Billy Williams, 4 rds. Won: Johnny Hayes, 4 rds'.; Eddie Merino, 4 rds.; Young Maxwell, 4 rds.; Vic McConnell, 4 rds;.: Frankie Delaney, 0 rds.; Now York Kid, 4 rds.; Young Maxwell, 4 rds.; Eddie Merino, 4 rds. Draw: Charles Given. 4 ids.; Charley Givens, 4 rds.; Frenchy Vaise, 4 rds.; Eddie Merino, 10 rds.; Romeo Hagan. 4 rds.; Eddie Shannon, 4 rds. Lost, foul: Billy Farrel, 4 rds. 1913-Won: Manuel Veara, 4 rds.; Lee Johnson, 4 ids.; Sally Salvadore. 10 rds.; Jack White, 4 rds.; Sammy Good, 4 rds.; Lee Johnson, 10 rds.; Sally Salvadore, 20 rds.; Dick Hy-land, 20 ids.; Joe Gotz, 4 rds. Draw: Young Abe Attell, 4 rds.; Roy Moore, 4 rds.; Billy Williams, 4 rds.; Babe Picato, 4 rds. Lost: Leo Johnson, 4 rd,.; Sally Salvadore, 15 rds. 1914-Jan. 10, Joe Bayley, K., Vancouver, 15 rds; Feb. 15, Geo. Mason, D., Oakland, 10 rds.; Apr. 10, Geo. Mason, W., San Francisco, 4 rds; May 15. Eddie Moy, D, San Francisco, 4 rds.; June 1, Ralph Gunan, L., San Francisco, 4 rds.; July 1, Frenchy Vaise, W.. Vancouver, 15 rds.; July 111, Joe Bayloy, D, Vancouver, 15 rds.; Sept. 12, Saly Salvadore, W.F., Vancouver, 9 rds.; Oct. 23, Scotty McKay, K., Prince Rupert, 4 rds.; Oct. 23, Jimmy Clark, K., Prince Rupert, 3 rds.; Nov. 1, Roughouse Burns, L., Prince Rupert, 20 rds.; Nov. 18, Chett Neff, D, Seattle, 4 rds. 1915-Jan. 1, Ray Campbell, W., Everett, 4 rds.; May 1, Pat Scott, W., Seattle, 4 rds.; May 24, Joe Bayley, W., Nanaimo, 20 rds.; Juno 30, Roughouse Burns, W., Vancouver, 20 rds.; July 4, Billy Wright, No dec, Seattle, 6 rds.; Aug. 19, Al Larrlgan, K., Vernon, B.C., 4 rds.; Aug. 19, Jackie Roberts, K, Vernon, B.C., 5 rds.; Sept. 3, Hector McDonald, K, Vernon, B.C.. 10 rds.; Oct. 4, Danny Halen, K., Winnipeg, 2 rds.; Oct. 18, Patsey Droulllurd, no doc, Winnipeg, 12 rds.; Nov. 15, Freddie Welsh, no dec, Winnipeg, 12 ids.; Dec. 17, Billy MacKenzie, W., Saskatoon, 12 ' 191G-Jan. 1, Kid Scaler, W, Edmonton, 8 rds.; Feb. 4, Otto Wallace, no dec, St. Paul; 10 rds.; Feb. 2g, Solly Burns, no doc, Philadelphia, G rds.; Fob. 26, Johnny ,Lustig, no dec, Minneapolis, 10 rds.; Mar. 11, ' Joe Azevedo, no dec, Philadelphia, G rds.; Apr. 7, Jimmy Duffy, no dec.-, Buffalo, 10 rds.; Apr. 25, Pete Scott, K., Buffalo, 0 rds.; May 17, Johnny Dundee, no dec, Buffalo, 10 rds.; May 30, Jimmy Duffy, no dec, Buffalo, 10 rds.; June 6, Kid Kansas, no dec, Rochester, 10 rds.; Juno 13, Johnny Kil-bano, no dec, Buffalo, 10 rds.; July 24, Sliamus O'Brien, no dec, Rochester, 10 rds.; Aug. 1, Ever Hammer, \V., Boston, 12 rds.; Aug. 15, Johnny Dundee, K. by, Boston, 9 rds.; Sept. 2�, Vic Moran, K., Boston, 12 ids.; Oct. 19, Jake Sehln'er, no dec, Buffalo, 10 ids.; Nov. 13, Tony ZiU, no dec, YoungBtown, 12 ids,; Nov. 24, Frankie Just about half enough baseball is being staged in Lethbridge to please the rabid fans. They want to see a game about every other day and they haven't been fed their allotment much oftcner than every other week. The club management should buck up and feed the mob. The outlook for the next couple of weeks is some better. There will be two games a week and sometimes three. Three is about right. Pendant d'Orielle has a hunch of lady fans that eat. 'em alive. The other day at Cue Manyberries blowout, while Pendant d'Orielle was playing Orion the Pendant fannettes tried all their wiles on the Orion pitcher. A few more innings and their line of breeze would have blown him off the mound. If Carmangay doesn't win here next Wednesday it won't he for lack of burnt! support, lessors are coming auto loads of support. Men: You'll discover real comfort in this free and easy fitting W. G. 8b R. summer underwear. The Reinforced Webbing, inserted across the back, gives the garment * exceptional elasticity, and provides for perfect freedom of bodily movement. No binding or straining anywhere ! It is the patented construction of our "Closed Crotch" feature that insures this comfort. Made in nainsook, madras, silkeen, silk, etc. Sleeveless or quarter-sleeve. The Carmangay down with 00 They auto win. When the grass gets too long on tho golf course to play golf, the wild-eyed golfers can go right over and sit down gazing upon tho harmonious signboards in tho lake. The scrap between the Norway Boy and the New Orleans Giants at Orion on the second almost superinduced a frost in some localities. The Norway Hoy hooped the New Orleans Giants one on the moustache and he went down for the count. You'll find just what you want this summer in At that fighters sporting hirsute decorations are novelties and as such should he drawing cards. Underwear Also W.G. & R. fine shirts, collars, pyjamas, and boys' blouaea. ISO A good crowd of fans who haven't seen a real fight since Al Uoss and Durable Ike Cohen tangled here last winter, .are going to Medicine Hat to witness tiie Tait-O'Leary go next Wednesday morning at 10:30. McDonald, of Edmonton, will be the third man in the ring. The bout, should be all \o the merry. Both boys are good | and Tait is very eager to ainir.v the Canadian championship. He is a good boy and has a lot of friends in Lethbridge. O'Leary is said to bo slipping some but at that ho is classed as about one of the best Alberta has ever produced. If his worship has anything to sav about it. the grass on tho golf links is going to bo cut. Tho first time out he lost two golf balls. His fun cost him SO cents. Tho next time around ho lost two and the cost was 90. The next time he lost three and his walkiug stick. Anyone who says golf is an inexpensive game should call on tho chief magistrate. tho course may return it to the mayor. The golf and baseball bugs of this i burg would welcome a little dynamite or other speed producer behind that daj light saving bill. .* .-. :� ... �: WAGNER RELEASED. Also anyone who finds a cane on Cruel! I went up the street. The wind blew. Dirt got in my eye. Shut off the view. 1 dug dirt out. It was too late. Sho'd disappeared. Oh, cruel fate! , IN OUT OF THE WET : Chicago, July 7.-Joe Wng-{ ner, infielder, secured this > spring from tho Now York { Nationals, has been uncondlt->> tonally released by the Kansas >> City American Association >> team. .; ' : > * >> 35 425? ;