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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD JULY UP FATHER" By G. McManus DO -fOU THINK I READ IF XOU THKT Sport LHGUE LEADERS AVon First 4-0 and Second Pulled Last Came From lhe> Fire Do Ihe fills In spile of n cenaiu amount oi crabWng in some" quarters, veil say1 they lite it.J 1 "And Barons and Champion seemed lo hfce the dUh too. for Lhey IroUed '-out and porrornifil as il entirely sdiiftfiej ivilh lift way the Leuibfidge 'laiis flocked out to see Alberla arlUts A v v LACROSSE PRACTICE Lacrosse praciice tonight .it T o'clock at the tiih Ave_ grounds'bfctween 12th and streets, -All players requested 10 be oul. There will' he a meeting o[ iha players immediately after pniciice, i L Srore Was Cifj Finis Boas! Fasi To Slake Tour ft'ontributed) The Megrath Baseball nine' Journ- eyed 10 Gjaltmrst on Tuesday and look ibe Coal Diggers Into camp by j rtie score of ?l-2. This, was Magraih's i first of the- season anil is a cri- rir; plenty of crabbing to contend with (but on the whole'hfs decisions were Alberto. Per SClleU- ;_____ 1_ tlA T Tl.n r rerion of what is to follow. a greatly strengthened linkup they hava at the present t'rne one of the baseball tennis in Southern invaded the very In the .second.a-real crab- j The first (wo bing tee -Kas induiged'in .when a ball, less for Magraiii.'oniy tra .vere score- men reach WILL DISCUSS PLANS AA POST SERIES July regarding tbe proiwsed post- season series between tllo iicn- nant winners of the American Association and the Interna- tional League will be discussed tomorrow at a conference here of presidents lllckey and Tue series, it will consist of tLe best four out of five games. The games will-- begin iu the (irtt wceX in Oclo- tier. In The Major'Leagues NATIONAL Xew York Cindnuatl Brooklyn Hillsbure St. Louis Boston 1'hlladelpUia PHILADELPHIA, July P phfa ahd Chicago divided Won. Lost. P.C. 24 .12 3S "1 4L JO 45 AMERICAN New York Chicago........ Cleveland ___, SI. Louis Losl. -P .100 Boston SO .Its; Washington 2S I'liiMilolnliia double header today. Chicago first j gaiue. C to 1. and Philadelphia ibe secoiKTi 5 to -1. The last, game broke Lbc locals' losing streak br 13 games. frames, vionin's nnalVy by 1.5 lo 2.- great fbnlesi-.. ;i Svas witnesjea'br SOO f the ibonL v ;'.Tbe diamoivl'bad'beeu'switched for ...t.h.e games and the old bleachers ircre ;Yj6ed as a igranfistaud- The change [air, hnt Ihfc diamond is so'hard weatliet.and tbe Tfinds I that- boandius hits more loan once over .peldera' heads aaid what looifd. like Vute'onti were Jor safe tie Baron; crew secmM tp breaks in the luck-In: this ind [Irsl: -Slit in.llic 3rd and -Ilk they struck, their stiide and pounded in nine runs. In the Cth tuning Coal- hurst .went completely up'in. the air whicb 'in a nierry-go-rounn jinother-lally-jn the lherscorint- i commeuced in fi'n'e forra, otfc'e In the" first-jnuing mmm Tauer is goiug to. hold its his fair this year on July 25. 2S 3tf. and the following race progratu Is advertised: Second Day I. Pony Race'.... SLM.OO 3. 23 Pace or Trot 3. Kree for All Rim V200.00 Third Day 4. free for all Pace 'or Trot 5250.05 5. Latins Race SlOO.tW C. Relay Race S150.00 P. niiigler. R. Whi'ttect anil T. S. 5Iarlln-.ara the MICHEL BEAT BLA1RMORE 3b .-til Juney p J. Moore1 2b Fisher cf Grndy c Godfrey 3b C. Siarr If...... B. Sinn- -lb F. Starr 2b 4000 1 .-.3- 0. 0 2 lf 3 S 27 9 3 Haynes p Var, aliabyjb durius Ibe-day their IK. .Ienkln5 rf niiliycd se'emej to indicate tlej-JKyM'-- iia'd.the oetter learn. Juney and Haynes, occupier! ine moiinct' during the afternoon. .sessioji nnd bolh "pitchcJ a socd brand of'ball. .lifncy liail Ihe heary Cbampjon bat- idr; 'rat ot'his all Ho nlloircd but Ei'l tils anil Firuck out ten. In the 0 10 0 2 .0 3 0 3 II 1 0 0 1 '0 and the tUat nothing to-it and for never 'a man reached first." Seaman pitched for Coalaurst. Forty-nine men fe'ced liim iu eight innings nnd DCi struck out eight. Had he received a little belter support from tbo infield the score would have .been considerably'' .7 r'.. Uorrill pitched tha first innings for 21 men coming to foal July jS.-rfllicb-el defeated a conleited base- hall EBijJe'Ihis atlcrniSo'nyiB to A regrelablE 'accident liappViied in Ihe when third baseman .had hose hroken Q and ten whiftlog the.breeze. fiachac handled the remaining-three innings striking out five q'ji dt ten men facing him. .The score, by iuningsi 0 0 '4, 5 Oil, SI 0 6 ZJ Score hy innings: Barons Gin, I S s Charaplpn (TJ3 base lilt, Jimcy; hasc bit. Hovcy; stolen bases, tliej- tlircaicneil on isvq'hits, but thei flushes. Berg. Nelson, Juney; struck up was an easy "osiL" Klis game Her; was spearing them In and plnrel like a Wag- out by Juney 10. by Haynes 8; bases on balls, plf Junty off Haynes 1; left on bases. Champion Batons C. Attcndaface 3DO. Jfagratli Coalhurs! j TllQ Imc-up: Magrath .1. Mcrcer.Sb' ilillcr, rf I'urcell, !li K. Gorril. p.. ss Brown, -b ner.- Nelson at first, to which nosilion Attendance 3DB. IJmniri) lit switched for tnb'firfl-Ume tills ScMnd Game I seisnn, played n' crcat EOlllg J AD. K. II.'PO. A. K. liack anil takinK tine over his shoul-; c( -I .'Jjr in WE Ir-agiie style. I Cradle .4 "in tlic cvpnlns sejbinn Glsvtn, hotiGodfrey 3b 1 weather artist was on'the mound for C. hlarr i-f 4 .llardns. -siilcr opposed him.; Cliam- R. Starr-i_b -.1... ,1 jiipn-anueicd two in the second on a F. Starr s's Ihree base'nit by C. KUrr, a sinele by Jenkins rf Sla'rr and a throw lo second base whic'ii got by Josn After that GlaTen settled doTm and the creV could father but one more blngle, arainEle hy (lodfrcy. In the eighth. In "foiir of the remain'lng sessions only three men .faced-him. In this game played a whale of a gc.me al ,fitil, taking 16. putouU, four o! Iheni Humiaell 2b Siler Hovey rf Berg ss-.. Nelson IB i iinaasislE-d anil chalking up another asllat, making 21 chances lu all. Dur- -iijg the (lay hn took 33 chances without an :cirpr.; t Barona was tjvo down at Ihe be- ginning of the seventh. In this inning Wll.'ard put down a choppy single lo iirt'l; and. Ihe Champion fielders lilaven one for three I ciiamplon' _base, sending In Ihe runner. In" Ihe I riarons Wllllanl3 If Wlllard c G. lloore 3b J. Moore :b Juney 2b p 3 1 1 I 1 0 0 n S 1 I 12 ''I 2 0 0 L 0 1 II 2 1 i i 0 4 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 I 0 1 1 0 Rachac, ss, p, Blumcl, If Clarfc; cf. A. Corrill, c 0, 0 D 0, 0 2 .Mdclbod, cf- Thcinos. .viack, 3h p Xocback, c Cunning, "i'b Kotch, If Wesl, tb Pcarsan, rf by the First Philadelphia Vaughn and KilliCer; Cidy. Second game- Chicago Philadelphia Douglas. Bailey and KlieJ- and Clark. n. 11. 6 12 1 4 Jacobs i ilul S. H. B. 1 13 0 5 13 3 O'Parrell; I'liiladclpliia 3d 47 -5TIJ .508 .500 !-US ST. LOUIS, July Solhoron out: pitched Mnys "nnd Louis won from Boston today. 3 top. n. D It. E. Upsloit 0 7 P SL Louis.............. 3 S 1 Mays ziiil Sothcroti and Scvcrold. CHICAGO. July was giv- en credit for two victories todny when Chicago defeated plilladelphla In Loth games, S to 7 nnd C (o 2. I'hllndelphla n. BROOKLYN.' July shut'out Brooklyn hern today, 2 to 0. _' n. n.. E. Pittiburz ............2 II' 0 Brooklyn Adams and Schmidt; Smllh and Kreugcr. II.-. E. 10 0 Chicago S 11 1 Rogers, Ktnuey 'and Kerr. Dantortb, Kflber and Icbajk.. Second ]l. Jl. i; 2 0' 2 Chicago C 12 I Johnston: Kin'ney nnd Perkins; abei-. ilhH-Scu'dllf.- Lynn. .BOSTON, June. Boston today, 3 to 1. 'R. 3 1 IT. E. Clll'cinnai.i Boston Sallee McQuillan, Cbeuey and. CqVdy.'Tragessor. v Louis'de- feated New4 Vork today in a poor today in n. 11. ..'.IT 12 -is s game, ISHo S. _ St. Xeir ;5Iay, Jfeadows. Sherdejl atid Sny- dc-r, Dllbofe'n; Uubuc, Bogan, Schunp, Ckiniales. McCarly. DIAMOND DUST 0 1 2 0 1 3 1 0 1 1 A coming player.on the CoalburU team is young the catcher, who, only is Ihcre with a strong wire and a quick return lo second. M1NEOLA, announce; ment that leave Tltureda'y morning was. made after (ho, receipt ot a weather forecast, pre- dicting .sputhwcEt winds, for tomor- row.: These winds, would materialize jn the progress ot th'b) dfrlglulc. All repairs oh Ihe shin have- been .ir.aije and every arrangement [or Lhc rclurri trip completed- i i The H3I will not fly'over I'liiladcJ- plila.'-WashliiBloH or Baltimore Major said. (This would add BOO 'mile's ;lo Hie course, he explained 4nd there- it was Impractlcoble to.-under jlnke it. at Iho slnrl of-tile Journey TJ> Knqland. The ship will fly over'NOW-York, however, probably 20' luinnles after sbf leaycs llincola. slie will appear over Manhattan remaining above the city only a few minutes before pro- ceeding eastward. Magralh is getting an exceptionally strong line-up o[ battllK material. Pu'rcell tbc neir first baseman made four singles, -r home ran in INTERNATIONAL Baltimore....... Xew.irk..-... Second Baltimore Neirark t Reading Jorsey City.......... It'orlicElcr.......... FlulTalo illngliamplon Toronto WESTERN. CANADA Firel Winnipeg -Qf.Bl'EI-A.VD, July lefealed N'dw York to 0. Now 070 2' s a Shawkcy, Hussel.l and .Hannah; Cov- elesktc ai dcfcit edvWnshingtdri'loday in 10 InnlngE, 2. to 1. .i v> ii. if. E. WasbinEtonV.'.' Detroit -Vr-2 Shaw nuil.-Pkiitlcb- Upland Alus'mllb.-' -V'-- PACIFIC COAST Los An Seat'lle San Francisco Portland Salt Lake Sacramento Vernon GENERAL GWATK'lN GOING BACK TO ENGLAND -rlwo base hit and times at bat. the' right fielder vns also there with the hits. The bright nun. was a handicap to the ihlrd basemen and left fielders was responsible for several errors. .F rr .it second and third, i tingle tif Jlerg timcij- double b'y Juney, who batted tor Josh Another came ninth on a walk [o Hughes and a by is'elaon. handled the games, -and had C'nalhoril will plsy a 'return gamn at Magratli about the il Tahcr two games at the Garden City this week on the lOlh and Uth. Magratli will shortly mate a lour of Uoiv Island. Graasy Lake. Tnher. Burdelt anil Coaldalc, the drat, vlcllra on (he iith, They will morn, than likely make, a clean-up for with tiorrlll and ftachac they have two of the best 020, 000, 1 4 4 tail, 3 9 .1 base hits. C. Slarr Gfaren; two.base hit, Juney; struct" out by Slier 7, by Cllavcn on'p'-chers In Alberta. last named balls, off OlaTsh 2, oft Slier 1; left on J pished for Vulcan night before baaca, .flarons 9, Champion 5; Earn- [Dominion Day, winning his game- eil runs. 1, Champion 1: At-' (edance DaO. Umpire Driegs- v See Us for Rfifrigeratop lunch Cases THESE NOT THERMOS KITS, BUT REAL HEFF1IGER- ATOR8 FOR OARS, I THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. AVENUE'' 'PHONE The southern' (owns would like to ec a baseball tournament el.iged in iconnectlou with the coming Stamprdc in tbo flrft wdeh In Aueuat. OTTAWA. July ah'flf-