Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY, JULY !), !JMV j...jj____i--U- THE LRTHBR1DUE DAILY SIKIULI; -^.J JLLUUJ.1-U_U.J.UJ-UH--I..JUUUJW.I II . IJU. 'I � I .lr~>Vl--l-t 1 II- I, I Till-Ill I III II III 111 PAGE THREE -i.I III , � 1 UI..IL-______ "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus 'Ok! TWO KMrsij.^Q I F f'.N/F. YOU /\MD CO PUT THATPIN SPORTS cool head and got himself out of a hole in the fourth when with the bases populated and two down, lie handled a hard pickup and retired die third man at first. Lang for Alagiatli was on short. He had pitched and won three names (ItiriiiK the week and as he plays* at i Medicine Hat next week he was sav-1 iiiK his arm. It is possible that I Skene may he held here until next] Wednesday to go against Carmangay. If not, Joe Gillls will he on the. mound for the holiday game. Joe hasn't lost, for Lethbridgc this year yet and with the right kind of support should be able to pull out a win over the Carmangay crow. )3ox score- Magrath- AB ft II FO A.R Mercer, c...... :i i> (i 7 .'1 0 Mawkings, 2b .... 1 0 I) 2 n 2 Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. Now York...... -l� 2" Philadelphia .. . . 38 AMERICAN St. Louis .. ("ineinnati Chicago .. Brooklyn . Iloston .. . Pittsburg . 40 41 :io :is 47 P.C .602 .551 .:>4s .5115 .r.or .�jr.i! .4:11 .3211 . . .. 0D2 000 002-I 7 1 .....iioii 020 102-5 9 :: Aid ridge and Wilson; Miller. . . . 1011010 200-4 12 1 000 000 010-1 i'. 4 and Fischer: Ale.x-Oescliogor and Kill- Chieago . Brooklyn bomaree Smith and Pittsburg . Philadelphia Miller, Jacobs andcr. Lavender, ifer. First game- Cincinnati .. Boston ....... .Schneider and Tragrcsxor. Second .'fame- Cineintiiiti .. Boston ....... Mitchell, Ring Rudolph and St. Louis . New York . .Meadows, and Snyder Hariden. Second game- St. Louis .....oooooooio-i 7 :: Xew York ____ 020 001 Kix-1 7 o i'oalc. May and Uonxulea; Schnpp and (-ibson. No National League games scheduled for Sunday. 100 000 010-2 g 1 100 000 000-1 0 2 Wingo; Barnes and ooo ooo ooo-o r� o 000 100 20x-3 7 1 and Wingo, Clark; Tragressor. . 000 000 012 000-" 5 2 . 210 000 000 (101-4 12 2 Watson, Ilorstman, Doak ; Anderson, Tosreau and Bosion . . Chicago . . . Cleveland .. New York ., Detroit .... Washington St. Louis .. Philadelphia Won. . 4f� . 47 . 41 . ::g . :!�'� . so Lost. 2S 34 :u; 10 40 44 P.C .030 .027 .520 .514 .500 .103 '.305 .371 SATURDAY GAMES. Philadelphia . . 100 000 120-1 LOCAL TOSSERS IN NICE GAME SEND Whitey, 3b .. Taylor, lb . Lang, hs .. RC'JVOld, If. . Roberts, cf. Daglow, rf . Chandler, p. 0 10 0 1 o i ii r, 2 3 0 1110 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 4 5 10 0 o i ,0 o o 10 14 1 Totals....... 33 2 7 23* 14 7 *Ma, 0 0 2 0 0 3 4 0 5 0 1 1 10 0 3 10 3 2 1 0 0 1 7 1 0 4 1 0 0 1 0 o 1 0 0 3 0 Totals .. ..... 31 8 0 27 10 2 Score by innings - Magrath......000 020 000-2 7 7 Lethbridgc .. . .210 011 12x-S 0 2 Hits by innings- Magrath..........000 121 012-7 Leiiibridge........000 113 1 Ox-0 Summary - Bases on balls, off Skene 1, off Chandler 5; hit by pitcher, by Skene 2; double plays, Mercer to Taylor, Taylor unassisted, Chandler to Taylor to Mercer to Chandler to Hawklngs, J. Gillis to Cosgriff. Dunsworth to Green; left on bases, Magrath 7, Lethbridge 5; passed balls Mercer 1. Umpire Jack Morrison. Just to remind ball fans that Wednesday afternoon is a holiday and the clash between Carmangay and Lethbrid(|e at 6.15 will be THE game of the season! Carmangay boasts about the best team along the Alderside line. Honors lie tastween Carmangay and its next door neighbor, Champion, and Siler is the Champion team. 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 a shoot at 4 o'clock. There will be plenty of entertainment for the first half holiday of the season. PACIFIC COAST Saturday Games. First gamo-Oakland 5, Los Angeles 1, Second gamo-Oakland I, Los Angeles 4. San Francisco 2, Vernon 3, Salt Lake 0, Portland 12. Los Angoles 7, Oakland 0, Sunday Games. First game-Vernon 2, San Fran-Cisco 17. Second game-Vernon 4, San Francisco D. First game-Portland 4, Salt Lake 3 Second ' game'-Portland (?, Salt Ukc �;, ; �.:' .; t,ia - MORRISON AT THE HAT Jack MorrlBon left this morning for Medicine Hat, where ho will officiate ns official umpire at the Stampede baseball tourney. Jack has been giving great satisfaction in the local guinea, and Medicine Hat is lucky lo Set him. NORTHWESTERN Saturday Game*. Vancouver 4, Soattle 5. Butte ,'!, Tacoiua 7. Great Falls 13, Spokane 4. Sunday Games. . Tacomu 8, Butte 11. Vancouver 10, Seattle 6. Spokane 4, Great Falls 5. Sport Summary Chicago, July 9.-Throe-l League closed its season yesterday owing to war time conditions. After setting a record in the American association with 15 consecutive victories Kansas City's winning streak was broken by St. Paul yesterday in the second game of a double header. James F. Conlsy, pitcher with the Dallas, Texas, league club yesterday equalled the major league record held by Rubs Marquard and Tim Keefe, when he won his 19th consecutive gsme Conley was with' the Baltimore Federals in 19H, You may well be pleased with both the appearance and performance of your car after we. have overhauled it. To all intents and purposes it will be a new machine. When a car Is sent here for thorough overhauling or for minor repairs we do the work with a care and expertness that insures a restored auto every time. 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