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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILt TIEIULO PAGE THREE BRINGING UP FATHER By McManus OHNO OOlts League Baseball NATIONAL AMERICAN Philadelphia games ASSOCIATION Louisville Teredo Second gameLouisville Toledo 1 Jailed at end ol first Colum Second gaiiie4Indianapolis Col vmtus PACIFIC COAST At LOS Lake Los Arikelcs At San uaK land At Francisco 47 31 30 28 29 3T SS NORTHWESTERN At Scattlo Spokane At Great Great INTERNATIONAL Newark Uuffalo liiciimond Rochester Coveleskie Did de feated Washington 3 to Cpv holding to Gallia and Shaw held Cleveland to slxhlts but everyonebut one Washington OOOOOu 4 1 Cleveland 011100 6 2 Shaw and Ahisniith eskle and Amost HilltM held Ue troll to today and Boston 1 to With two men only In the Shorten a pinch led and scored previous y had hit for three Boston 0011 7 1 oop i i Ruth and tliomas Dauss snd Browns Drop July and Ixiuis changed places In American league race today when th visitors batted five Louis pitchers hard aiidwon 13 to are in last Philadelphia 330 080 151 Louis 10 1 Meyers and Molyineaux and NewYorkCliicago Fans Had Plenty of Excitement Lost After Having Game Sewed Up SPORT Aquatic sporls yestcrdayput on by the Lcthbridge Aquatic Association attracted the attention of a goodly number 61 who greatly he various thrills provided forthem Thewealherwas but the wind roado conditions rather unfavorable Mr The first event was the sailing race in which Kin The once round he lake ana a Blarl made In a stiff which proved too much for who cameto grief rounding the first and led to collision between arid and necessi tated much caro In rounding the finished In the order named above wot and fitonnj Barrowmin winning by short boat length Tho canoe events brought out some voungstcrsvwho showed very great i tnd If they will practice and trim a future regattas should i le very greatly The fol lowing aro the results Canoe Kours Ton i Allen and Parkes Payne and A Queen Tilling Barrojrman paddled Parkea who upset Andrew Queen paddled by B Butler Canoe Doubles 1 B Butler anil i Allen T O Rldpalh and B Payne ranoe V B crab Race 1 V ParM and Allen Ridpath Payne and Rid club plcnlff prov a pleasant wlodup to the da s Brooklyns big uses Hie spitball loo much When the weather becomes wet and soggy he cannot control JIcGraws pilchergare with the exception o Tesreaa Ben ton Anderson and Salee ought to keep the Giants on lop tor tho rest of the HIMyers is making forget Jake Myers should be kept on first as long as out hit the Jack once with the lan is leading the Americanassocia lion in old battle Robbed by the umpire is played He has parleyed a good ball club Into a bunch of haa beens and minor Clark of the is experimenting with JnBeWer Billy lato of Broiifn The leading the Ameri can Association is of In who was tried by Connie Mack in Carmangay ball team came n galhereda flock runsSand eft in a sand They made loth a glorious debut and a glorious exit Fourteen to twelve with Car mangay on the Ions side of a slugging battle tells the story than Carmnngay gathered hits good for 27 piled up after Lcthbridge had them In the 8 to 2 in the third perpetrat ed eight errors and won the They used three pitchers while Leth bridge had no In sight for Currie and he had tostand the bombardment At that the Carmnn gay crew had no license to pull so many extra base hits off his Wooden fielding in the gardens could be taxed with about 10 the extra But tor all the crowd ot 500 showed that they liked day evening holiday game served up with of lobasco sauce to make it good and Its a pipe they had plenty ol action for their money Lelhbridge started oft like a house afire garnering three in tho three In the second and two m the Meantime Carmangay had scor ed wo one in each the second and It looked like a walkaway to cthbrldge with Currie pitching nice In the fourth Carmangay flock ed four hits for three Beard haf relieved Merrill who essayed hero over for in the firs of the second after Lelhbridge ha shored across two Bear travelled along well and so did Cum until the glorious and if Ih crowd didnt get its moneys wort In that Stanza they are hard to pleas Carmangay came up and busted th old ball on the nose for four run Merril first up Ml a The Jensen followed Wlggen dre walk and Merlak pickled one to three He came in on an err by That put Carmanlga ahead for the first Then Let bridge up and repeated Garros Young Al Ross Victim of Mistake Didn t Fight at the Hat Yesterday Knockout Stuff Was all Bunkum Somebody pulled a bloomer as big as a house down at Medicine Hat The report came over the wire that Clonie Tails young brother had knocked out Young Ross of Jnere was consternation round the old burg when lhs spread around tor Young Ross of Winnipeg Is the non acker under which our own Al middleweight has been fighting for Everyone Imagined that Clonie family possessed something Inthe way t Minnofpr rjrodiKy who carried a kick In ellher mm that hy soSe fluke he had knocked Al Ross out noss not having trained any for tne bout It was also thought peculiar that Ross shoulI be fight ing there in a local fight fans having heard nothing about MeSiciae Ha down tor but with experience with the a for some reason or wasnt on There w lief pitcher anywhere the offing so that didnt really espect win the especially in view Carmangays Carmangay rooters were there like ucks They had their boy band with hem They had 61 aoto loads of oters working What lore could they want Thelbox score 2b 3b b cf AB R II PO A E If ss p rt 0 0 5 1 5 1 4 3 2 5 2 5 0 2 2 3 2 3 1 2 1 10 2 0 1 2 2 3 i i TWO CHALLENGES Anderson of Champjon and Pilling Lethbridge divided honors In the ap shooting tournament of the Al erta Gun Club held here yesterday when Lethbridge shooters ntertalned shois from Cannanga nd The above shots tied n the total Pilling won 1st n event 5 for the McKillop Uh The asa very pleasant one and a large ortion ot the Carmirasay crowd ame out to the traps to watch the The following are the cores Event Xo 1 Number of Targets 10 t Champion 7 Percy Champion 1 Carmangay 3 Carmangay 6 Carmangay 5 Carmangay 3 Carmangay S Lelhbridgo i Lethbridge i Lethbridge The boys of the United church ot North challenge any football team on the South composed boys under 17 years of to 4 a football match to be played on a date to be fixed Ad dress all acommunlcations to 425 North 13th Phone The young men of the ed North Lethbridge challenge any young mens team from any church on the South Side to a baseball game on a date agreeablejrto both Communications should he 4 forwarded to 426 Norlll 13th Fhone 2 15 10 14 13 3 12 12 10 10 12 11 13 14 14 3 15 14 13 14 10 10 11 14 13 11 10 4 15 IS 13 11 10 15 10 12 10 20 Shot Broke 64 62 61 6 56 2S 15 35 12 12 11 12 12 16 78 75 75 40 25 00 75 40 60 55 40 45 3b rf Ib 2b ss c p Bowers Bowers batted for Murray Jenson hit Grover and Witt Said To Be Yet Rival Collins and Barry If Connie Macks plans work oill he tans a Connie of years hence will be speaking of Grover and as one of the greatest defensive key stone sack combinations in haseball Since he has been In baseball Mack has succeeded In developing two R H PO A EUreal combinations around secon 232 1 O Murphy and Monte Cross and 3 2 0 01 Collins and now he i 0 JZ 6 0 0 trying to get the same kind of a 2 combination out of his two young in I 1 o who already show signs 0 ft 2i future io i 42 14 14 24 S Grover are ver 3 This year is the tatters firs 0 0 i I ina j i break into major league j played last Although they do not show the po 6iislr many infielders In th they do show they are develo Ing along the same lines that mac the CollinsBarry combination fatal to The combinations just mentioned bandied everything that came to the middle of the Some have been credited with errors on hard chances they went after and missed ind the show that the really ght infield is often an infield nith norb errors than one which does not lay such tight The records uphold Macks conleh on that the great ball club must ave a great secondbase shortstop Mack has been a great developer of In addition to his short tops and second uasemen he develop ed two great third Lave ross and Frank aiuMs now making a good third sacker of Raj sent hack to the minors from Cleveland as a He made two reat initial Harry Davis and Stuffy Past history has often repeated In Do not surprised i Slack comes through withanothe fast second base FULTON PUJ July 10Fred llnnesola heavy knocked ack of Louis in the third ound a scheduled 12 round bout H n F anything lilt down in their Runs by innings Their cooperation Is superb and ii n situa EVANS TWO UNDER PAR Ceorg Sargent and Otis George professional golf play defeated Charles Quick of and Harry G Min neapolis amateur In an hall 2 up and t to The match was foi1 the benefit of the Bed Cross and was played at Evans scored a Legg 80 Sargent 11 and George Evans score was 2 below t PATRIOTIC TENNIS TOURNEY Ted Drewes defeated Dnimmond inthe second semltlnals ot the central states patriotic tennis tournament at St Loulayesterday and will fcieet Roland Hoerr in thei finals gays performance though the locals I Wlggen illd it oh four an error and a ridte Carman passed That put Letlibrliige to the good by 12 to 9 and it looked as though Lethbrldgo might win after But in the Carroangay still had some shreds ot their batting and hided by aaortherly zephyr tonto few carloads hey poked four to the Outer gardens or five more Two walks put Currie In th6 hole in this A relief pitcher would have helped a ot but reinforcements were not avail Lelhbrldge tried hard to even It up in their part of the but who had re placed Beard in the his steam and Lethbridss couldnt tell the ball from the The feature play ol the In Ibe second when Carrie picked drhe off his shoe tops and doubl cd the runner at base The gnme was ragged but o pep and kept the In a The Carmangay bos are all outsid crs except Six pi them are from one high sliool team In Seattle who went in to pitch in the second Innings when Merrill blew tried out the Spokane Wdtarii this spring 1 hey looked mighty pen pery although they did play ragged bill last Jensen three base Mc Merlak two base stolen Lett r gay 6 bases on balls off Currie off Mcrril off McCum by by Currie by Beard struck out by Currlo by Merrill by Beard McCumber left on bases Lelhbridge Car msngay 9 double Currie to Green passed Jensen llmptro Jherryi Attendance OHM IHSl As she placed Wrt nifnl UtUbrldse had Urt wenkcst tlons more quickly than many other short slops and second basemen ot far more Mack Is very conrident of their abll ily to ultimately produce the same kind of light infield play that lip developed in lie Col linSBarry lakes more lian mechanical blllty to produce the proper results round second Mack It aics brains and for close co 1 believe I will get all hrce In Will and It to one of Macks beliefs that a club canhot be developed without a great second base comblna cites Ferris and Parent of the old Boston Cross and Murphy Collins and Barry ot his own Tinker arid Evers ot the Barry and Scolt of the Red Sox and Miranyllle and Evcrs of the 1814 j To Ihese mighl be added Schaeffer and of for several years considered one ot he best sec ond comblfialloni In the Angl ican league wlto were in no small responsible for Detroit win ning the American league flag three ycarii In succession It Is difficult to Judge the effecllve ness pt an inflelder tinder the present cistern ol but records show tho number of made by Uttibrldse wilh fielders who hare the I Munt aad roal work la You may be pleased with both the ance and of your car after w have overhauled new To all intents and pnrjwses 5t wil1 Whth a cir It for ovtrtwiitlin or mtntr we dotht work with tlwt Inaint a restored uto tvery N Ywll W aaykes wcrth mft ihug yfcei BAALIM MOTOR BACK Of MMK ;