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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Page six I________L-1.....O-J-J-----'------- monday, july 15, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus rUL ^NEAK OUT WAKErs OP - I THM" CO/SU-1-iEAVEI^'b PICNIC-- The Sport Page TURIN IMESI LONG [NO IN INNINGS Gl Plenty of Thrills For Crowd-Noble Lets Locals DoM'n With Four Hits Turin got revenge on Lethbridge on Saturday evening to the tune of 10-5 In an eleven innings session. It was dimply a case of too mucli Noble plus An outfield error. Noble let the local |5 *rew down with four hits in the eleven innings. He pitched a beautiful game, striking out 13. In the 10th he took the bit between hla teeth and struck out the side In a row. Young fifteen year old Wade Ridpath took the mound for the locals. He stood the gaff for five innings during which the Turinites collected nine hits for five runs. He pitched nice ball, and will be worth watching during the next tew years. Then the old reliable Roger Lund came to the rescue. The locals were one down at the time, and for five Innings he set them back with three hits without a run being scored. In the eleventh McLean in right let a fly ball get by him. and a hit produced a run. After this the big portsider eased up considerably, and five runs crossed the pan before the side was struck out. The heavy swatters of the visitors could do little with Lund's ofleriugs while it was still daylight. the palace garage and repair shop QUICK AND SATISFACTORY REPAIRS. FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES TIRES, TUBES STORAGE . 8. Cook E. E. Peek Second Ave. S.-Phone 665 phone 733 FOR THE O.K. pair shop and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. r* � m BATTERY ice station iryTdenn * Proprietor of Batterle* Charged id Repaired )et 8. Phone 616 With the score 5 to 0 against us in the fifth the locals went to bat and piled up. tour runs on one hit. Arid it was Johnny Livingston who produced it on his first appearance of the year. After his experience of last year it looked as if Johnny were due for a hitless period, but as a matter of fact he was the only man ot the locals who touched Noble's offerings safely more than once. In the fifth O'Connor and Ridpath drew walks, while Leu Green got In the road ot a Noble shoot for the second time. Then Ferko bounced one oft Jackson's glove and this followed by Livingston's hit scored four runs. The game went along 5 to 4 until the ninth with Lund and Noble staging a pretty pitcher's battle and the fielders on both sides working like clockwork. Then Briggs determined to do or die and he did-do. Green first up had popped to Brother Green at short. Briggs bounced one at Brother Green at short and a wild heave resulted, Briggs resting on second. And then he scooted tor third and when Jackson let the ball go by him Briggs beat it tor the plate and made it safely. It was a daring bit of base running and tied up the score. The Lethbridge side struck out in the 10th while Turin was set down one, two, three. Then came the lHh when Turin staged a massacre. Altogether It was a very pretty game niid the first extra inning session of the year. Turin- AB R H PO A B Potter, c......... 5 2 S.^lo 2 0 Jackson, 3b ....... 6 2 2 1 0 1 Green, ss......... -1 1 1 2 4 1 D. Noble, p....... 6 2 3 1 3 0 Turnage, lb....... 6 0 3 11 0 0 Hammon, cf....... 5 0 1 0 0 0 P. Koenan, If..... 6 1 2 1 0 0 G. Koenan, rt..... G 1 2 0 0 0 Gillls, 2b......... 5 1 1 2 0 0  - - -- - - 49 10 18 S3 14 2 Lethbridge- AB R H PO A E Green, cf......... 4 1 0 1 0 0 Briggs, 2b ........ 4 1 1 5 4 0 Ferko, If ......... 5 1 0 0 0 0 Hobbs, SB......... 4 0 0 2 6 0 Livingston, lb..... 5 0 2 12 1 1 McLean, rt....... 4 0 0 1 0 1 Vaselenak, 3b..... 4 0 1 3 2 0 O'Connor, c....... 4 1 0 8 0 0 Ridpath. p........ 1 1 0 1 1 0 Lund, p.......... 3 0 0 0 2 0 � 38 5 4 33 16 2 Score by innings: Turin ........002 210 000 05-10 18 2 Lethbridge ..000 040 001 00- 6 4 2 Summary: Three base hits, Jackson, Noble; two base hits. Potter 2, F. KoenaUi G. Koenan; bases on balls, off Nohle 5, off Ridpath 1, off Lund 1-struck out, by Noble 13, by Ridpath 1, by Lund 7; hit by pitcher, by Noble 3; double play, Hobhs to Livingston; earned runs, Turin 7. Umpire Tommy Evans. BASEBAL RESULTS DAMPENS SOX CHANCES. The drafting ot Shortstop Everett Scott for army service is a severe blow to the Red Sox chances of coming through a winner. Scott has been putting up a great game for the Sox this season. � Central Repair Shop ALL KINDS OF AUTO REPAIR WORK HANDLED PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY.-Havsler Shock Absorber* for Ford Cars. 324 11th Street South, Lethbridge, Alta. W. H. OOWLINQ J. T, HUTCHINSON Boston ....... New York ... . Cleveland..... Washington ____ Chicago..... St. Louis ____ , Detroit ....... Philadelphia .. AMERICAN Won. Lost. 47 33 43 35 4(5 3S 41 40 3S 33 37 39 33 45 30 46 P.C. .nSS .551 .548 .50ti .494 .487 .423 .395 SATURDAY GAMES Cleveland...... 000.201,000-3 6 2 New York..... 004,000,00x-4 11 1 Coumbe, Groom and O'Neill; Love and Hannah. Detroit...... 100,000,000-1 5 1 Washington .. . 000,000,000-0 7 3 James and Stanage; Harper and Pinlch. Chicago....... 000,012,110-5 12 1 Boston...... 000,000,000-0 7 2 Russell and Jacobs; Bush and Ag-new. Philad�lphia-St. Louis, postponed, wet grounds. , SUNDA'Y GAMES Cleveland, July 14.-Bagby held the New York team to five hits today, while Cleveltind hit New York pitchers hard and the locals won 7 to 1. Score: New York..... 000.000,001-1 S 2 Cleveland..... 000,310,30x-7 12 2 Russell and Hannah; Bagby and O'Neill. Washington, July 14.-Detroit made it three out ot four from Washington by winning today 7 to 0. Score: Detroit...... 000,105,010-7 9 1 Washington .... 000,000,000-0 5 1 Boland and Stanage; Ayres, Shaw, Hovlik and Piclnich. NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Chicago.......... 55 22 .714 New York....... 47 29 .618 Pittsburg ........ 37 37 .500 Philadelphia...... 35 40 .467 Cincinnati....... 34 40 .450 Boston .......... 34 43 .442 St. Louis ........ 30 46 .395 Brooklyn ........ 28 44 ,380 SATURDAY GAMES First game- Philadelphia . . 000,200,030- 5 9 3 St. Louis..... 030,042,02x-11 9 1 Davis and Burns; Packard and Gonzales. Second game- Philadelphia .. St. Louis..... Watson and - and : aha 1_ rAMPEDE jr Garage for Quality Accessories and IERVIGE (OTOR PARLORS, LTD. /'THE.HQUSE OF SERVICE" 200,000,002-4 12 0 000,100,000-1 10 1 Adams; Meadows, Johnson, May and Gonzales.! First game - Now York .. .. 020,000,002-4 8 3 Pittsburg...... 000,005,00x-5 10 1 Perritt, Schupp and McCarty; Cooper and Blackwell. Second game- Pittsburg...... 001,000,000-1 5 1 New York .. .. 500,003,000-8 9 1 Sanders and Archer; Causey and Rariden. ' First game-Brooklyn-..... 000,000,001-1 10 0 Giucinnatl..... 000,200,10x-3 5 0 Cheney, Robertson and Miller; EUer and Wingo, Second game- Brooklyn...... 001,010,000-2 10 1 Cincinnati..... 105,020,00x-8 16 1 Grimes, Robertson and Wheat; Schneider, Regan and Wingo, lAlon. Boston....... 000,100,002-3 6 0 Chicago...... 101,000,120-5 5 2 Canavan and Henry; Vaughn and A GOOD 'SQUARE* MEAL Made right and Served right by au White Help. TheSilverGrill Cor, 4tli Ave. & Mh St, Noblemen 4 I A masterpiece of the cigar.maker'e craft. Have you unoked a "Noblemen" lately?-a cigar that i� rich and thoroughly Mtitfying, without being "heavy". - Made from a uniform blend of tobacco stored and matured by natural processes for many monthi. .� '410 UiAYlSeSONSuMiTteMONIKEAL U- wmmmm m mil NEAR RETIAW ^ (Taber Times.) On Saturday afternoon last T. J. Hart, a well known farmer north ot Retlaw, met with an accident which resulted in his death. While plowing the plow struck a stone, throwing Mr. Hart oft and h^ fell on the lever, the levev piercing his right side. He was brought to the Taber hospital and operated on by Dr. Rose, but the injuries wore too serious and he passed away on .Monday at the age of 53 years. He is survived by his widow and three Kiilter. SUNDAY GAMES Chicago, July 14.-Chicago easily defeated Philadelphia 9 to 5 today. Score: PhlLidolphia .. . 001,200.002-5 12 1 Chicago...... 002,502,20x-9 13 3 Oeschger and Burns; Tyler and Killifer, O'Farrell. Cincinnati, July 14.-Cincinnati hit Demareo hard in the first game of the series today, winning 9 to 5. S 0; Kansas City 2. 7, 1. Columbus 4, 10, 4; Indlan^ipollB 0, 7, 2. SBcori(Ji�arae--CoHiinS)M'