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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JL'LY SI, ISIIV "BRINGING UP FATHER" TJ1K LKTIJimiUGLi DAILY HK PAGE THREE By G. McManus DO XOU THINK Of7 MR. r> MIX H ,Vb DO YOU RECM.U THE MA.RRIEO V AND CO 10 AY 11! n Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. 1.031. York Philadelphia St. Louis Chicago Brooklyn Huston -15 3S 10 1I 51 31 28 23 P.C .CC2 .551 .545 .513 .-150 .131 Chicago 7 1 Brooklyn S it Uemaree, AldridEC and Smith rin.d Miller. PlUflburg 1- I Philadelphia f> 4 .Miller, Jacobs nnd Fischer; Alex- ander, Lavender, Oeschcger and.Kill- Her. First Cincinnati -i El 1 Boslon C 2 Schneider and Wlngo; Barnes ami Tragreasor. Second Cincinnati'., G 0 Doslon 7 1 Mitchell, Ring anil Clark; SlJ Louis 000 000012 5 2 New York 12 2 Mcndoirs, Watson, Ilorslmnn, Dcak nnd Snyiler; Anderson, Tcsrcnu ami Ilnrld.cn. Second El. Louis Don QQO 7 Xcw York 7 ,0 Doak. May and Uonzalos; Schupp and Gibson. No Xallonnl League games sched- ule d for Sunday. Dosion Jlucago Cleveland New York DC [roll St. Louts Philadelphia AMERICAN TVon. Lost. 46 -17 41 SO 27 30 2S M so 40 -15 -U .G30 .61'7 .514 .fiOQ An ool liead anil gor hlnisclr out of a ok- iu the (O'jrih when T.-Hli B populated and uvo down, ILL- audled a hard iiukup and retired thy lrd mati al first. LnnK for MaKralh u-as on short. le liad pitched and won three gaiuvs .urini; llic week a-.id us he plays al k'lnc Ha_l nevi week lie was sav-l ug his arm. H is possible thiit' Skejjo may be lielJ hero until next Wednesday to go against Carniangay. f not, Joe GilUs uill be on the mound or the holiday game. Joe liasn'i last !or LclliLrtdge this year ycl and ivlth the right kind ol support should 04 ?.ljlc to pull out a win over the Car- mangay crew. RAYMOND DRAWN FOR FIRST AT 'HAT Mercer, c Uawklligs, 2l> AB R II PO A.E 3 0 0 7 0 4 0' 0 2 D 2 3b...... 4 0 I 0 1 Ta3-Ior. Ib 1 Lang, ss...... 3 llosvold. It....... 4 Roberts, ct...... 1 Daglow, rf...... 4 Chandler, p...... 3 1 11 1 1 (l C 1 AB R H PO AT- ASSOCIATION Saturday Games. Indianapolis 0, 12, 0; Louisville 3, 9, 2. Toledo-Columbus, postponed, wet. Vlrst City Minneapolis J, S, -Second Cily 10, 11, S: Minneapolis S, 12. 3. First Milwaukee 1, 5, ii; SI. Paul 0. 3. Second 0, C, 1; SI. Paul 2, S, 1. SATURDAY GAMES. Philadelphia 7 Chicago ......000 QO.O 7 NCTV York C St. Louis-..- Boston rr-DOD 3 ClcircJand 6 0 Washington-Detroit postponed, wet grounds. SUNDAY GAMES Hit Clcotle Hard. Chicago, July S Philadelphia, hit Clcolte at "will today, hut erratic Fleming behind Scbauer, who pitched Tine ball ivilh the exception of tliree innings lost the game to Clilcago. The score was 8 to -1. Philadelphia 10 3 9 2 Scliaucr and Scliang; Clcotle nnd Eclialk. Yankees Take Drop. St. Louis, .Inly losing toilay's gamp (o Louis S tp'i', .Vcir York (Iroppert third to lonrth place In .ic iicnnnul race. Xcvr York lias eld third place since Ihc first, week f the ncason. York S 5 Loula 02S 10 0 Mogrldgc. Husscll, Monroe cind Rogers, Plank and Sever- Ill. Defeat Boston. Cleveland, Ohio, July Cleveland dcfcaLcd Boston today I o 0, making It txvo straight. Tlaghy It ivas n curious mixture that was ladled up to the eager Tans who Jour- neyed to Ec-ksLorm park Saturday evening to witness tEic fixture be- tween the locr.ls and Lethbridgn. They all kinds of playing, good, had and InrlUierent. Five double plays were uullcd off in the seance, '-von S to 2.- y Totals .....33 2 7 1 TMajtraLh retired only two in eighll: Innings. V. Gillis, Tf.. Cosgriff, MS J. Gillis, 3h Green, 2b Livingstone, Ib cf INTERNATIONAL Newark 4, Klclinior.d S. Tirsl yr.PiD-Halttmorc 0, I'rovl- dcncc j, Second 3, Provi- dence i. i First Roches- ter o. Second Eamc-rMonlrcal 1, Rochoa- tf-r First 2, Buffalo 0. Second IJulfalo Sunday Game. Richmond 1, Newark 3. 6, Newark HnlLlmorc 1, S. PACIFIC COAST Saturday Games. First I Hccontl l, An Son Francisco 1, Vernon 1, Salt Lnkc 0, PorlUnd 12. Los 7, Oaliland 6. Sunday Games. Fir.it 1, San Cisco S. Second -1, San Fran First 4, Rail LokoS Second 6, Sail An Fran MORRISON AT THE HAT Jack Morrison left thfs morning fo Mcrllrino where he will official 33 offlclal umpire at the Stampede hasoball Lourney, Jack has Lecn giv Ing satlsfflcllon In Iho Inca gamfifll flrirl Vorlti'lno llaL Is luclty I tut Mm. .llowcil only thirty batters to face loslon .......000 ClevE-land COD 1 Leonard nnd Agnew, Thomas; r.ntl O'Neill, staged Ilirce tloubles and Leth- ljridj5C tiro. Practically 4-eui were stagerl when runiiers ou bases were pulling A couple of them were Hie outcome of wliat would otherwise have been infield errors, As it ivas they lurned out lucky and :lpcd to keep the score doivn. The fens saw two new twirlors on .the firing tine. 3liigrath brouglil ivilli them oiie Chandler, who is said o linii from Spring Coulee. It wasn't his fanU that the was lost, al- though lie was generous In issuing Ihrcc passes In (he firsf, two of which later figured 1n the run col- umn. Hut the MagraLh infield was on the in apois, the team up seven errors which, is plenty for one ad. The locals hurt only two real crrrir.H, hut more might have been counted agatnst tlicm hail N'a- Honnl fcngUD srorers been on the job. At that Ihe loc-al first linr of defense looked mighty gacil. Joe Gillls third and tlosgrJFf on short were all over the inficlil, hacking np ever: ho fly. Cossriti in the sevonth brought the crowd to its feel by baoking up Ihc pllrher nnd cutting Chandler out of looked like a sure lilt through the box. In this Innings he disposed of the whole Magrath side, Ehoit lo Murray, II..... c....... Skene, p..... 1 0 1 2 0 2 0 3 1 JO 0 3 1 0 1 7 1 0 Jtavnioml ball teani journeys to Modi chit Mat lomcirrow lo participate in the big Stam- pede, lourmiiuem. It is under- stood they an drawn against Taber for ihc first name of tha tourney for Wednesday morn- ing. ROYALIST TROOPS CUT RAILWAY IN CHINA Tien Tain. China, July 7.--Inroruia- tloo received here today from Pelt ID confirms tLc report lhai the railway between 1'ekln ayd Tien Tsin )iaE been cut by troopii by Chang HBIIU, leader or tha Jloyalist forces. One liady of hJs soldiers atiTsnc- Ing in the direction o( TIeu Tsiu and one toward Pao Tine In an en- deavor to prereut aluncllon. o( tht 1 Illcpulillcan annlej. "Tlie malu body ol the JmperlaUsta remain In Pekln. Chang Hsuii Jian cjJJfd out Slanchus to his support. reported lhat ta intends. If defeated, to carry oft the I youns Kniperor toward Jehol, In Chi LL Province, 15 uillfa northeast ot PeViu. The people of Teijlo axe OQ Uic verge of rente. Street and looting are expected. 2 1 0 2 0 0 l 0 n 3 0 .Totals 31 27 16 2 Srorc hy MagraLb......000020000-2 7 7 LeUiLrulge .210 Oil C 2 Hits hy Lelhbriilge Summnry Bases on balls, olt Skcnc 1, ofT Cbandler 5; hit by pit- cher, by Skene 2; double plays. Mer- cer lo Taylor, Taylor unassisted Chandler lo Taylor to .Mercer to Chandler to Hawluiigs, J. Gillis lo Cosgriff. DuLS'.vcrih to Green; left on bases, Alagrain 7, 5; pass eO balls Mercer Umpire Jack Mor- rison. Pounded Four Pitchers. Detroit, July S. Washington (oimdcil four IJelrolt for ;cjventccn hlls (oilay and won 10 lo Delroll wan unable lo do much against Waller Johnston nnlll the ilnth. Cobb got three hlls In four Imcs al bat torlay. Waslilnglon 17 2 Jctroil .....IDOOOf -f f) 'j Johnson nnil Alnsmith; Ho! and, Cunnlnehain. Covclcaklc, Mitchell and Stanagc. first, (illlls also played big league stuff, pelting iwo put ouls five 0 j assists and turning a possible error into a good double play by cutting a -man dowa at Uilrd ,wilh Cosgrifi's help. The annexed only sir birglcs during tlic pessEon, but they pot three runs In the firet n.ncl second on pusses ami errors. Tlial proved enough to win the game. Kkcuc vnsn'l llusli ivJIh Ws hits. Jle pllclics wJlh a Just to remind ball fans that Wednesday afternoon is a holiday and the clash between Carmangay and Lelhbridfje at 6.15 will be THE gnmc of the season! Car- mangay boaslc about the best tearr; sEcng. the. A.MfS'de line. Honors lie between Carmangay -'and its next door neighbor, Cham- pion, and Slier IE the Champion tc.im. The local Auto club is making arrangements to entertain the Carmangay Auto club visitors. The local Gun club will entertain the Carmangay Gun club at s shoot at 4 o'clock. There will be plenty of entertainment (or the firs! half holiday of the season. NORTHWESTERN Saturday Vancouver -I, Seattle 6. Suite 3, To coma 7. Great Foils'IS, Bpokahc 4. Sunday Games. TAComR 8, Rutto 11. Vancouver 10, Scatlle 5. Spokane A, Great foils 5. Sport Summary Chicago, July Lea- cue closed its season yesterday owing to war time conditions, After. letting a record in the American association with' 15 con- 1 secutlv'e victor Karttas Clly's winning filrcak broken by St Paul yesterday In the second gam- of a cfouble header, Jamej'P. Conljy, pitcher with the Dallas, Texas, league club yes- terday equalled the major league record held by Rubs Marquard ami Tim Kcefe, when he won hia 19lh pfime Conley with' the Federals In 19V4, You may well be pleased with both the appear- ance and performance of your car after we, have overhauled it. To Jill inlciils mid purposes it iviJl be a new luiicliiuc. When 3 ear Is sent here for thorough overhauling or for minor repairs we do the work with a tare and cspertness lhat restored auto every time. You'll find onr services worth raore lhan our prices BAALIM MOTOR .CO, DACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Good Tubes Increase the Mileage of You have read of extra Ipng mileages that other have got from tireS. You be amongst the thousands motorists, who wonder why thci same brand of tires goes for other men. I y QQ Allow us to give you a Look to yoiir tubes. Good get many extra-miles frootf tires, Because a poor tube, through slow leaks, causes under-mflation.V the commonest enemy of tires. -w-7 Goodyear Laminated Tubes overcome this. 1 Their exclusive' method of manufacture insures air-tightness to the greatest possible degree. For we take the highest quality rubber and roll it thin to trans-] we can detect all flaws, sand holes, air bubbles, j The inspected, perfect sheets are then built up, layer on into a perfect, inseparable whole. This is the only right way' to make tubes. V And we even vulcanize the valve instead of merely, sticking it on. It is very much worth while, for the sake of yonr casings, and for longer tube service, to say "Goodyears'1 when you buy tubes.' The Goodyear Tire Rubber Co. of Canada, Limited Goodyear Tubes, ahiig year Tires and Tire-Sorer Access- ories, arc cosy to git from Good- year Stn'ice Station Dealers everywhere TUBES ;