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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY JUUT 13, 1915 THE LET II BRIDGE PACK BASEBALL NATIONAL w- Ghlcaso........ Philadelphia. 38 St. Louis....... Brooklyn 38 37 .Now fork 31 Cincinnati...... at BoHton 32 H.C. MS .S35 .520 .521 .507 (i 11 I 8 Alathewson :i 'Cincinnati New York Dale- -and Schauer and Meyers. Chicago Brooklyn Pierce, Lawuder, Adams and Uies- nalian Smith and M.Uer. Pittshul'6 3 I) 11 Philadelphia t k 1 MoUuillan and Schang Mayer, 1 m- cup and Killifer and Bums. Second pitUburg Philadelphia Mammaui and Gibson Rixcy and Burns. St. Louis -Boston Bailee and Snydcr Rudolph Clcwdy, Second St. Louis Uostou I'erdue and Snydcr Tyler gnd Cion'dy and Whaling. 8 3 S Chalmers, AMERICAN W. L. Chicago.. Boston Detroit New York 6t. -Louie Philadelphia Cleveland 4e 2S 31 28 26- ao 37 44 38 46 P.O. .030 .634 MS .513 .472 .378 .361 New York...................... Cleveland 4 i'ieh and Sweeney Harris and 0 Koill. Washington...................... 5 Shaw, Johnson and Henry Klcp- fcr, Kustcll and Schalk. pililaiMphii-St. Louis, rain. Boston 18 Detroit l'J Leonard Penuock and Thomas valeski, Steeu, BoCand, Duhuc and Baker. BAStWPLUR NOW AT SPOKANE, SOLD TO CIN- CINNATI FOR A BIG SUM Kdmonton, July H. I. Magrat-h, ui me Edmonton Ki-cre- ition company, holders oi the loc-J ranchisc in the Western Canada Lea- gue, received notilication today from he Spokane club of.tho ru League, that Outlicldcr Ken Wil- iams has been purchased by the Cin- cinnati Nationals form cash price in the iieighhorhoo.ll Scouts and Maguire; acting (or New fork (Hants and Detroit--Vigors, each Jercd for Williams' release, Hit (.lurry Herrmann's oiler Has ton uud to "be refused. When Kdiuonton Williams over to .Spokane the lub retained a half interest in ev-Jiit if a sale, so will receive nearly 100 of the Cincinnati purchase mon- Williams went to Spokane this spring from the Kdnioulon .club of the Western Canada Twilight League n the strong recommendation of 'Deacon" White. This year Williams is second in batting percentage of the :rn League regulars, leads the league i joth in home runs and stolen ba.ccs, b and has been a big 1C opening week. lie was born in Grants Pass, Ore., June 28, 1803, and picked up his lascball there. Williams stands U FAMOUS ITALIAN RUNNER OFF TO BATTLE FRONT Koine, July who was disqualified in ihe succUicular .Marathon race held at the Lon- don Olympic KiinioB ill IMS, Is now driving a military automobile at tbo Italian front. Somo of tho winners ut thu Olympic Biiinra j lu-'.d in Stockholm participated in military operations which re- sulted ;j. Ihe capture by tile Hal- iaus or Monte Nei-o. The niemliers or all the sporlins clubs, gymnastic societies and raring associations have cnlibleu for the war. and some have s- ihiRuishwl themselves. Vincenzo Lancia, li-ctice and other unlnmolillc drivers have been iv- laineil in the motor factories, anil an' working under high pressures lo turn out inViltary motors. HOEING IT 'SPECTACULAR MATCH WON BY THREE-QUARTERS OF A POINT 'Spokane, .luly loss than