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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, .TULY 10, 1916 LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRElB body light- muscle free W. G. R. summer gar- ments arc cool and conuoit-' able. Standing, stooping, walkine; running or sitting, you enjoy a delightful sense of bodily freedom that can only come from loose-fitting garments well made. KLOSED KROTCH UNDERWEAR With or without webbing. Ask for W3. 143 Iho Hilliin., A Ron." Co., Lli. iniprTflTijn RlOuUir SIL1NSK Eddie Haibe Captures 100-Mile Drive Event at Grand Rapids, Mich. Srand Rapids, Mich., July dia' Haibe won the first 100-mile au- tomobile race this afternoon. Ralph De Palma was second and Andy Burt was third. The race was delayed more than an hour by a heavy rain. Halbo's limn for ihe 100 miles was Haibe plunged through the fence on UB 95th lap, hitting a pile of lumber, but pulled his car hack on the track and finished well ahead of the field. The winner drove the samo car that Otto l-tenning put through the fence at Benton Harbor, .Mich., or. Tuesday. Ralph car was flagged on tho lap. after Haibe's car hit JIultord's. Neither Hnlbe nor his me- chanic suffered any injury. Eleven noted drivers started. ENGLISH RACE-HORSE Light Brigade Transported to States to Race for J. M. Camden New York, N. Y., July Bri- gade, a lamous English race h'orse. aboard the Atlantic transport NATIONAL Won 1 Brooklyn 42 Philadelphia 38 Boston Chicago Now York Pittsburg St. Louis 36 32 32 34 30 311 -9 38 35 .17 41 13 Pet. .018 ".547 .486 .478 .4fi4 .453 .411 SATURDAY GAMES Giants Pound Martiaux Pittsburg, July Neiv Yorfes drove Mamatix out of the box In the tjixth Inning of today's game by secur- ing four IlitB and two runs, and won from Pittsburg by a score of G to 4. Now York............ fi 0 1 PiUsnunr............ 4 9 3 Henton and Rflrlden; Manlaui, Har- mon, Kantlehner and Gibson. Cheney Delivered the Goods Cincinnat.1, .Inly kept the hits well scattered, pitched himself out of a holo In the seventh Inning, when the local team had three men on bases and nono out, and Brooklyn won today's game. 3 to 0. Brooklyn............ 3 0 1 Cincinnati.......'......I) S 0 Cheney and Miller; Sehulz, Schnei- der and Wfngo. Braves Beat Cubs v Chicago, July after holding Boaton to two lilts for nine Innings, weakened in the tenth and three hits gave the Braves two runs Now York l-'leveland Chicago Boston Washington Detroit St. Philadelphia AMERICAN Wou 43 41 38 3D 38 31 17 Lost 2? 31 31 34 37 41 50 Pet. .551 .540 .525 .507 .431 .254 SATURDAY GAMES A Pitchers' Battle New York, July 8. The Chicago Americans won from New; York hero today, Cicotte defeating Calflwoll in a pitchers' battle, 2 to 1. Cicotte per- mitted only four hits, two by Caldwoll. Chicago 2 S 2 1 4 1 Schalk; C'alclwell and New Vor k Ciroltr. a Ifumimaker. Harper in Rare Form Washington. July 8. Harper held St. Louis to four scattered hits today and Washington won. 2 to 1. St. Louis 1 4 3 Washington 2 7 2 Davenport, Parks and Chapman, Hartley; Harper and Henry. Tigers Make Clean Sweep Philadelphia. July Detroit won today's game jrom Philadelphia, 3 to 2, and thereby made a clean sweep ol the series of three games. James am! Nabors had a fine hattlo and were wel: supported, features of the game being HOIEL CLOSES Uow Island, July :i cor- inconvenience caus- ed by the sudden closing of the doorfl of the Myrtle hotel of this town lias been, overcome by a meeting of tho who liberally subscribed bed- rooms for, the travelling public ami also made arrangements for a respon- sible party to meet, night trains lo diruut Incoming patten to the different prlvatu homes. Although information was sought from the pro- prietor of HIP Mrytle Imtul by the board of trade prior to July 1st, it unable to any fiatisfsiclory information as to whetiinr it would oipstt or not, so thai the town was unprepared for the closing on July first, :but in nniv able to look after any number. The buildlnjr of a new rooming is also being conBider- ed by the citizens. and n S to 1 victory over Chicago to- Tyler was strong Iji tight and poor base running by the Cuba Philadelphia 5 1 6 2 and spoiled some chances. Boston............ 3 Chicago.............. 1 Tyler and Gowdy; McConnel Fifscher. Cardinals Defeated St. Louis, July single by Nle- lioff, a triple by Cravatli, a two-base bit by Luderus, and two errors gave Philadelphia a five-run lead in the first of today's game with St. Louis. Additional tallies in the eighth and ninth gave the visitors .a 7 to 4 vic- tory. Philadelphia.......... 7 12 0 St. Louis............. 4 S 4 Bender, McQuillan and Kllllfer; Doak and Gonzales. SUNDAY GAMES Easy Win for Braves Chicago, July hit Vaughn opportunely today and defeated Chi- :ago 5 to 1, while Nelf held the locals ,o five scattered hits. Boston.............. 6 H Q Chicago.............. 1 5 2 Nehf and Gowdy; Vaughn, Laven- der, Seaton and Fischer. An Even Break Cincinnati, July and! Brooklyn broke even in a double header here today, the local team .aking the first 3 to 0, and the visitors he second 10 to 3. In the first game 1'oney was master of the situation at all times, allowing only four hits, CuL- shaw getting three of them. The brilliant oiie-han'I catches by Vitt'am Hellman. 9 2 6 James and Stanage; Nabors am Mayers, Cleveland Defeats Boston Huston, July hitting and base running gave Cleveland a 5 to 1 victory over Boston today. Cleveland............ 5 9 Boston.............. 1 4 CovGleskle and O'Neil and Thomas. Shore, Gregg No Sunday games scheduled in the American League. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SUNDAY GAMES Kansas City.......... 3 B Columbus............ 2' 5 Crutcher and Berry, Hargraves; Second game (10 Kansas City.......... 1 Columbus............ 2 Humphries and Hargraves; and Coieman. St. Paul.............. 1 Indianapolis.......... 4 Douglas, iViehaus and Glenn son and Gossett. Second St. Paul.............. 3 6 6 Curtis Dan-- Finneran and demons; Falkenburg, Willis and Schang. 10 saw gen second game was one aided, the local Tingling and Owens; Boehler, Lu- liner Minnehaha, which reached bore team trying out. two new pitchers, Today from London. He has been Bluejacket and Twining, purchased by J. uf. Camden at a Brooklyn pries said to be Cincinnati Light Brigade is a six-year-old atal- Coombs and Miller; and Lalonge. ]ion by Plcton out of Bridge of Sigha and was'bred and owned by Lord Der- by. The famous running horse won 11 races as a three-year-old and three races as a lour-year-old. Wingo. Second game ..041 ..360 Toney and Second Minnealopis.......... 0 5 8 Louisville......... 3 10 1 Cashion and Owens; Middleton and Williams. Milwaukee...........L. 5 12 3 WELSH TALKS OF QUITTING San Francisco, July 8. Freddie Welsh, lightweight champion, nounced here last night the end of next season I expect to be through with the ring, win or lose.' Welsh arrived here yesterday and departed today for southern California to visit his wife and children. champion said he had signed to box 20 rounds at Colorado Springs on La- day, but he didn't know who his opponent was to be. "If I am still champion after Labor added. "I will give some othei likely looking candidate a chance in a 20-round bout during the winter." AFTER BOUT WITH WELSH Colorado .Springs, July Johnny Dundee, Charlie White, Ben- ny Leonard and Ever Hammer, light- weights, all have telegraphed to the management of the Colorado Springs Athletic club, asking for the oppor- tunity of being the opponent of Fred- die Welsh, world lightweight cham- pion, here on Labor day. Welsh has signed to Eight a 20-round decision bout, for a purse of at that time. No decision is expected before August 1. 1 JAPS PLAY AT ST. LOUIS St. '-LouiR, July the ijapanego player, defeated Jack Can- non of Kansas City in .the semi-final singles of the central states tennis tournament. Dlx Teach- nor of Kansas City, defaulted his third yound match to Paul Darrough of Oklahoma. Koland Hoerr of St. Louis, former central states champion defeated Ila-rhfshiro Mikami, the Japanese star, in the singles today, COMPTON JOINS PIRATES Boston, July Comp- lon of the Boston Nationals, has been told to Pittsburg, it was announced today. Pittsburg had refused to waive on him. TO PL.AY OLD TIMERS Commerce to .Send Baseball Team to City Wednes- day Evening Commerce baseball club is comfng lo Lethbridge Wednes- day evening (o play the Old Timers' The guuie is scheduled for 6.30 on the Mounted polico barracks grounds. All Old Timers please take notice, Brooklyn 10 14 0 Cincinnati 3 9 1 Marquard and Meyers; Bluejacket, Moselay, Twining and Clarke. St. Louis .Beats Phillies St. Louis, July St. Louis defeated Philadelphia today 8 to 6. Two triples, two doubles and four Hovlik and Costa; Bedicnt and Sweeney. Second game Milwaukee 0 6 1 Toledo 10 10 0 Slnpnicka, Comstock and Costa; Strand and Sweeney. were made off Demaree before he was withdrawn ,tn. the seventh Inning. Mayer, who relieved him, pitched air tight ball. Ames was pounded SUNDAY GAMES followed him, fared badly and was relieved in the ninth by Williams. Philadelphia G 11 14 19 3 Croivell and McAvoy; Fuilemveider Demaree, Mayer and--Burns; Ames, Meadows, Williams and Wilson, Gon-zales. Only games 2 4 0 Montreal 13 15 3 Newton and AlcAvoy; Fnllerton and Rowley. JACK PUTS GREEK CHAMPION DOWN AT COLVILLE Colville, Wash., July Jack Taylor of Spokane, last night defeated Gus Kerveras oE Chicago, Greek champion- in straight falls. The first fall was secured in 31 minutes and the second in 15 minutes. Taylor obtained both falls by the ioe hold. 'Bach, weighed 225 pounds. LEAGUE SUNDAY GAMES Los Angeles S; Salt Lake 6. Oakland 0; Vernon 0. Second Oakland 2: Vernon 4. Portland 4; San Francisco 0. Portland 3; San Francisco 7. of Spokane, was JESSE BURKETT RELEASED Lawrence, Mass., July S. Jesse Burkett, manager of thn Lawrence team of the Eastern league, has GAMES Winnipeg 6; Superior 2. Fort, William 0; Virginia 0. Dullltli 0; Fargo 3. Joseph P. Sullivan. Burkett for years was a star in the big -5" EASTERN LACROSSE V 1; Seattle 2. Second Vancouver 1; Seattle 0. Spokane 3; Rutte G. Tacoma 3; Great Falls 4, Shamrocks Win Easily Ont, July 9. The Shamrocks doubled the score on the Cornwall team, 10 to 5, in the N. L. U. game played here Saturday afternoon, n the presence of a thousand spec-.nlors. The crowd included about 200 rooters for the Shamrocks who came up from Montreal on an excursion train. While the visitors bad the edge on the homo team from start to finish, the game was Interesting TO BE RELEASED Los Angeles, Irvln C, Hig-Einuotham. veteran pitcher, bought by Oakland for Portland a luonlli ago, was given his five-day notice of release today, Ihe first release, he said, he had received in liis 22 years, of baseball, played -with Portland three full seasons and parts Of two, but his showing with Oakland proved unsatisfactory. md victory assured In the first half of the game. Nationals Scored 20 Goals Montreal, July The Nationals swamped the Ottawaa in the schc1 rtu led game of the National Lacrosse union at the Maissoneuve grounds on Saturday afternoon, tlm home leftin winning 'by 20 to 8. Three Ottawa players had been injured" in the previous week's game, Benedict, Roallteep-er; Shea, defence and -Cliff- Spring, lomo and ag they were1 unable to play yesterday the visiting team was PELL WINS FROM BEHR 4 Mountain Station, N. J., .luly T. R. Pell wrested tlie classic middle states tennis championship singles title from Karl II, Bohr here today, in