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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta > \ \ PAGE SIX TRV LETPBRIDGE DAILY HERALD .40NDAY, JULY 8, 1018 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus The Sport Page Cardston Team Here Wednesday ,-o-, -:- -- Second Big Game of the Season Hear ye! Hear ye! All ye fans. The big ball game of the season Is set for Wednesday night. Cardston, the ancient enemy, is coming In Wednesday afternoon to take the scalps of the local tossers-if possible. Manager Cheeseman arranged the game on Saturday, and says he will be here with his strongest lineup for the occasion. The great Beazer will be on deck in full warpaint to do the artillery work for the visitors. The game on Wednesday evening, which will be called for 6.30, will be In the nature of a test game for the Cardston boys, who are out to try their strength preparatory to doing battle with the trong Vulcan nirte during Stampede week. The teams have arranged to stage a game locally on July 24th. This is Pioneer Day when all the south towns are taking a holiday to come to the big doings, so the game has been arranged with the Vulcanites for 11 o'clock In the morning. The Cardston boys have a strong aggregation. They are all married men, but declare that is a strength rather than a weakness. It is certain there will be a big holiday crowd on deck to greet them on Wednesday evening. Scott, Ftidpath and probably Noble will be on deck to do mound duty for the locals who will have their lineup considerably strengthened In several places. 6ASEBA RESULTS AMERICAN IS THIS FRED CHICK? PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. Fred Chicken, captain of tho General raectric baseball team, enters tlie service at the Overland building .^?on3av night. Ho brought in the winning run yesterday in the game at the Parade' between the Electric team and the Emerson Brantingham nine. Other members of the team will give him a farewell smoker tonight.- Minneapolis Tribune. Won. Lost. P.C. Boston ....... ____ 42 31 .575 Cleveland ____ .... 43 33 .5(JG New* York ____ ____ 39 � 31 .557 �Washington ... .... 40 oC .526 Chicago....... .... 25 35 .500 St. Louis .... .... 35 3S .479 Detroit ....... ____ L'9 11 .414 Philadelphia . ____ 2G 44 .371 : : : ? i' '> * ? > * * Sunday Games. Washington, July 7.-St. Louis bunched hits oft Johnson today and defeated Washington 3 to 0. Score: St. Louis ........Oil 000 001-3 S 0 Washington ......000 000 000-0 3 1 (No other games ccheduicd.) Saturday Games. St. Louis-........201 400 100-S 12 2 Washington .....lOG 000 000-7, 8 2 Gallia, Rogers and Xunamaker; Harper, Brennan, Ayers and Picinch. Detroit ..........;000 OOO 311^5 9 3 Philadelphia ......100 010 000-2 6 2 Dauss and Stanage; Cre^-g and Perkins. Second game- Detroit ...........100 000 000-1 8 2 Philadelphia ......000 004 30x-7 9 2 Bailey, Cunningham and Stanase; P^rry and Perkins. Cleveland .......121 000 000-4 9 4 Boston..........001 003 Olx-5 12 1 Coumbe, Bagby and O'Neill; Bush and Agnew, Schang. Chicago ..........000 001 000-1 5 2 New York........000 200 102-3 G 0 Cicotte and Schalk; Lk)vo and Walters. Second same- Chicago .........010 020 000-3 9 0 New York.......000 000 002-2 10 5 Russell, and Jacobs; Robinaon, Shawkey and Hannah. Our Garage is the place to send your machine when something needs attention or you want supplies of any kind. We are headquarters for tho best Tires and Accessories in the city and take special pains to please each Individual customer for we want your continued patronage. STANDARD GARAGE THIRD STREET SOUTH THE BEST REPAIR HOUSE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA Nobfemen A masterpiece of the cigar-maker's craft. Have ' you smoked a "Noblemen" lately?-a cigar that is rich and thoroughly satisfying, without being "heavy". Made from auniform blend o( tobacco stored and matured by natural processes for many months. Louis Keel 318 FIFTH STREET THE HOME OF FASHION CRAFT, CLOTHES AND THE FLORSHEIM SHOE WIS @ SONS um.twMONTO�AL L'^ NATIONAL Won. Chicago ........... New York ........ \\ Pittsburg ......... 34 Philadelphia....... 33 Boston ............ |0 Brooklyn........... "5 Cincinnati ........ 2. St. Louis ......... 26 Lost. 20 25 34 34 38 ; 38 40 First game:- Philadelphia . .. 000.101,000-2 8 4 Cincinnati .. ., 010,003,01x-5 6 0 Hogg and Burns; Ryan and Wingo. Second game- Philadelphia . .! 000,001.012-I 11 0 Cincinnati.....:200.001.000-3 9 0 Prendergast, Wktson, Oeschger and Adams; Touey, Regan, Ryan and Wingo. _ ^ Chicago, July 7.-ChtBigo defeated New York today for the second time ot the series by a score ot C to 1. Score:- "T New York ..-...-010,000,000-1 7 1 Chicago....... 005,000,01x-6 11 1 Perrltt, Anderson and Rariden; Douglas and Kiilifer. St. Loiiia. July 7.-Brooklyn and St. Louis divided today's double header, St. Louis taking the first game 3 to 2 and Brooklyn tha ^econd in ten innings, 2 to 1. Scores: First game:i- \\ Brooklj-n .. .... 100,100,000-2 9 2 St. Louis..... 000,101,01.x-3 8 1 Marquard and O'MlUer; Packard and Gonzales. Second game: - Brooklvn .. .. 001,000,000,1-2 10 0 St. Louis..... 000,100,000,0-1 7 1 Robertson and O'MlUer; May and Gonzales. Batting to Inner Gardeners is an Art-Few Have Learned the Trick the game that the pitchers whose batting averages aro comparatively mediocre season after eeaaon. make tho best fungo hitters. There's a problem that only a superman; can solve. P.C. .710 .638 I .500 .493 .441 .424 .403 382 "Quality" Accessories Service You Appreciate BUOU MOTOR PARLORS, LTD. "THE HOUSE OFSERVICE" SATURDAY GAMES Brooklyn...... 000,002,001-3 5 1 St Louis...... 000,000,010-1 7 1 Grimes and Miller; Meadows, Sl�r-doll and Gonzales. First game- Boston...... 000,000,010- 1 9 3 Pittsburg..... 300,01G,25x-17 21 1 Rutlolph, Canavan and Wilson; Mayer and Schmidt, W. Smith. Second game- Boston....... 011,000,110-4 7 1 Pittsburg...... 020,001,20x-5 8 1 FlUingem and Henry, Wilson; Saunders. Comstock and Schmidt. Philadelphia . . 000,000,009- 9 4 2 Cincinnati .... 060,013,00x-10 16 4 Jacobs, Davis and Burns; Schneider, Began, Toney and Wingo. New York .. . 000,000,000,000-0 6 0 Chicago ..... 000,000,000,001-1 8 1 (12 innings). l Demaree and McCarty; Vaughn and Kiilifer. SUNDAY GAMES Cincinnati, July 7.- Philadelphia and Cincinnati broke even in a double header here today. In the sixth inning ot the first game Rousch and Pearce collided at first base and both were slightly injured and forced to retire from the game. The scores: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Saturday Games. Milwaukee 4. St. Paul 11. Minneapclis 2, Kansas City 4'. Louisville 9, Indianapolis 1. Toledo 3, Columbus 6. Sunday Games. Kansas City 1, Minneapolis 0. Second game-Kansas City 1. Miw neapolis 5. .Milwaukee 3, St. Paul 4. Second game-.Milwaukee 2. Paul 8. Toledo 1, Columbus 3. Second game-Toledo 6, Columbus 0. Louisville 12, Indianapolis 7r Second game-LoulavHle 1, Indianapolis G. St. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Saturday Games, Blnghampton -1, Jersey City 1. Second game-Blnghampton 0, Jersey City 1. Newark 3, Baltimore 0. Buffalo 8, Rochester 5. . Second game-Buflfalo 2, (Roche's-ter 12. Toronto 8, Syr.icuso 2. Sunday Games. Toronto 0, Syracuse 1. Blnghampton S, Jersey City 3. Second game- Blnghampton 9. Jersey City 2. Baltimore 6. Newark 2. Second game-Baltimore 1," New-arlf 7. J Batting to the infield during practice is an art that few ball players have mastered. It takes an adept to keep the inner gardeners on their toes and the lightning work around/the diamond often referred to by W4r correspondents would never happen were it not for the accurate hitting ot the man with the bat. The fence busters are often canned after the first few efforts and the 60-called place hitters aro the veriest tyros when it comes to keep-" ing the infield In action. One must have a good eye and be able to placo the bail exactly where the basemen expect it. If he hopes to make a success ot the practice spell. 'The ball must be hit on the top in order to get the proper hop, and the batter flhould be able to place the sphere to the right or the left of the fielder, turn for turn. Should Vary Direction. For instance, the tir.=it time around, beginning with tho third baseman, the ball ia hit to the right ot the field; the next time it should go to his left. That provides tho fielder with the proper workout on both sides, giving him the necessary prac tics for tho regular g'ame. With tho hitting perfect tlio throwing follows with lightning speed as a conae quence. Your Uncle Robbie is a past master at tho art and geta tho best work out ot his Brooklyn infield. While his eye is dimming as a result ot old ago the Suporba managed knows by instinct where and how to hit to the infield. He is even in demand by the Red Sox, although Johnny Evers has the repu-�tation for being quite clever at the work. McGraw jnd Jennings, old timers, gel plenty ot action out ot their intield.i, as does Miller Hugglna, and Bill Donovan classes with them. Fungo Hitting Restricted to Few. At the same time fungo hitting to tlie outfield also is restricted to a chosen tew. The same routine is pursued by the batter, but In ,this case the ball is hit underneath. Rube Marquard holds the palm for thie^ style with Uio Suporbas, while Jeff Tesreau and Ray 'Caldwell arp the adepts tor the Giants and tho Yankees. It ia tho irony of CY'SMIS ONlTirSMIL Hard Luck Keeping This Hard ' Hitting Aggregation in the Cellar _ J^ew^York. July S.-Tho official jinx of tho National leiigun scorns to have attached itself to . Christopher Matliewaon. Whether .Mat'ty can win tho pennant now is a question. He has had lots ot discouragement. But if the breaks should turn for a short' lime and give him another boost, no Gl.ants or Cubs aro going to stop th'.it heavy hitting and game organization ot baseball players. t First oft thie spring Hal Chase did a handspring on his ear and turned up with a flprained shoulder. Now, when a ball player of Chase's class hreaks a leg or an jwm or Is otherwise placed on tho nhett it hurts. Sherwood Magee did a fine job of first basing while Hal was out, but after all there is only one Chase. Then a couple of outfielders' pulled up lame, with tho result that Chase was Impressed Intb outfield duty whllo Sherry continued at first base. When Chase was ready to take his turn a't tho first ba'So station again, Ed Rousch slid into second MEN'S UNDERWEAR Cool and comfortable underwear for tho hot summer days. STANDARD QUALITIES White Madras Union Suits Athletic stylo. "Arrow" brand. $1.50 each 3albriggan Shirts and Drapers Long or half sleeves. $1.00 each Men's Union Suits "True Knit" brand. Knee and anklo lengths. $2.00 each Men's Silk Underwear Athletic style. $4.00 each 'mmm base at Brooklyn -frith one leg pulled tlio wrong way. Tho result was another name on tho hospital list. Rube Brossler, a quite capable lefthander was called to the army. Fred Toney hasn't been himaelf. Pole Schholder pitched one fine game and then relapsed with a lame arm. And there you are. The Best White Cooks In the city aro at the Silver Grill. You will enjoy the hot weather menu seryed there. You will en-Joy dining when we Pn-epare Your Meak Served by all whlto help. TheSiiverGriil Cor. 4tli Ave. & Bth St. _^_/  ,^ PACIFIC COAST Saturday Games Sacramento IG, 19,'1; Salt Lake 6, 13, 3. r ' Second game-Sacramento 7, 13, 2; Salt Lake 10, 20, 4. Vernon 1, 3, 4; Los Angeles 3, 7, 0. Oakland 3, 11, 1; San Francisco 4, 13. 1. (10 innings).- Sunday Games. Sacramento 2u', Salt Lake 5. Vernon 7, Los Angeles 1. Second,game-Vernon 1, Los Angeles 0. (13 in-.,lngB.) Oakland 0, San Francisco 1. Second game-Oakland 3, San Jran Cisco 5. (12 Innings.) The New York Federal Food Board approved tho application of tho Belgian RoUef Commission for permission to purchase 5,500,000 pounds of sugar. The consignment has Been as-sembled, ready for shipmont to Belgium. This,. Is tho largout �iiln^l