Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1918 BASEBALL CHICAGO LIGHTWEIGHT WILL PICK OFF THE TOUGH BOYS IN HIS CLASS THIS SUM- -Cinoinnsti Miller. 'Bt 3 Now York GrincrVsalleo and Snyder; Mar- -Bitter, Schupp and Doom. 'Cincinnati.. 2 Boston 0 Bonton, McHcnry and Wmgo .gan and Gowdy. M FAST OF BASEBALL Knox and North Lethbridge in Tie Fine 5-5 Demaree and Burns. AMERICAN w. Boston.......... Detroit......... Chicago Now -York Washington St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia 53 33 29 30 L. ...Pot. m .042 31 33 41 10 52 53 .610 .500 .358 .354 Philadelphia...... 5 Detroit.......... Knowlson-and LaPP Steen, uauss and Stallage. Washington...... 0 Otoveland......... 1 Shaw, Bbehling and Amsmlth Walker, Hagerman and 0 Noill. Boston............... 3 Chicago Shore'and Thomas; Cicotto Schalk. The Athletic park has been the scene of many good boll games this season, but none .surpass the game last night between North Lethbridgc and Knoit when at the end of the nine innings the score stood five al To say that the game was interest- ing would be putting it mild. Ihc many fans who turned out to game yelled till their throats sore. They applauded-good plays both sides, and were gcneialh de- lighted to'see the exhibition that, was being staged. N-ew York, N.Y., July the MeLean. the veteran catcher of the 0 and GAME FOR BLOOD i The game was a battle from the m first. Both teams went in to the con test with the grim determination to i win at all costs.. The .pitchers were York who will be serving a 60- suspenslon for misconduct in St. was unconditionally released lodav by President Hempslead. It was 'staled that McLean was released so that Manager McGraw could play llabbington, an outfielder of Brown win at all costs.. The pircaeia uring all the stuff they ed. Sang was in the box for the Mew 2 St. Louis Brown and Nunamakcr; iWttlman and Agnew. Sisler, FEDERAL KUMS City ._ .Chicago St. .Louis Prttsbnrg........ 'Newark Brooklyn Buffalo Baltimore w. 37 37 31 L. 31 35 35 38 41 48 52 51 Pot. .585 .583 .568 .591 .512 .435 .416 .378 .jiiied the team a few s UBU, "'is unable to get into because of the player lim- Babblngton, it is announced will Snodgrass In centre field Chicago, Julv 30. H World's Champion 1'rcddie Welsh docs not complete his end of the negotiations for a light with Charey over the 20 round route at the focal lightweight will start a cam- paign ol extermination of the other boys in his class regardless of how much talent they possess. Fins m- I formation, coming from Nat Lewis, manager' of While, who is in New York? indicate that White is to bo .the busiest lighter in the game for the next few weeks. 1 The program that Lewis has map- ped out tor White provided Welsh docs not sign for the Denver contest is certainly a strenuous one. Ihe bovs whom White will meet are Jack Kritton, who also cal s Cnicago his home John Kivers, the I.os Angeles Spanish-American Say lor of Indianapolis, with whom White draw recently in Boston Maftic Baldwin, the Boston veteran; G Ibcrt Gallant, of Doston, and Johnny Dundee, the New York Hal-: "Looking over the list makes it plain that White is not "picking soft for the array is about as tou'ii as anyone would care to stack up agamst. The A.las Athletic asso- ciition of Boston lias offered White a lump sum of for five 12 round bouts, his opponents to be Singers, public-speakers, athletes, know the advantages of keeping the month moist and throat soothed, with Sang Knox, and 'was surely etting Newark..........- 6 Kansas City Moseley and Hiiriden Main Brown. and Brooklyn............ 3 Chicago Finneran and Simon; Prendergast aid Wilson. Buffalo............... 8 PitWbnrg Biennu, Hearn and Berry. Baltimore....... Bender and .Chapman. Second gam- Baltimore.......... i st. Ovens Ditktcm' Plank 7 St. Louis altlmore.......... i County, Quins Jadtlttooh 3 -Da- venport, Crandall and Hartley-. INTERNATIONAL Montreal Buffalo Harrisburg 0 Harrisburg 5 Jersey City Jersey City 13 Rochester. .Toronto. Richmond. Hichmond. Providence, Providence AM. ASSOCIATION Indianipolis 9 Kansas City Indianapolis. 9 Kansas City Columbus. 0 St. Paul 6 Minneapolis 4 Milwaukee. Cleveland. Louisville. NORTHWESTERN Spokane 3 Vancouver Victoria 7 Seattle Aberdeen 6 Tacoraa nox, ana u B strike-oute, and only allowing six, hits. He was. Eiven-good support in the field, too, save a couple of er- rors, that are always a factor in the city league games. In the first two tamgs f men faced him and nve-iell before his illusive curves. "Joe" Oillis: started, pitching for th. North. Bnders and got five itrlke-outs in flvu innings. He was hit freely; but the-errors were re- sponsible for, the runs, except when Dunsworth drove in two. Joe was relieved in the sixth by a new addi- tion to their team, in the person of Olson, a twirler from the Pass. He poweisnd speed, stuff, and Lon- trol, all that's necessary, and didn t allow a hit.in the four innings pitch- ed. He struck out rive of the Knox 'ayCrS' A FEW'MISSES -The .game to a certain extent by the inevitalle errors, but takinr on the whole the playing was good. ...centre fielder for: North-Ward, got .every- thing Dunsworth, the Knox shortr stop, too got everything save one. His error, however, was not fatal. IB the third the North-Siders got two on with one down. Their chanc- es lor" scoring looked bright, nut Bond got a nice cafch on Hammond s high foVl, and C. Gill'.s hit to Sang, retiring the side. Good support in the field held the-'North Warders down in the sixth, too, when two were on and one "out. Green hit to Dunsworth, who threw him put at first and Stafford hit to MoPhee, the latter throwing him out, retiring the side In their first session the North Side got a run on an error at third, when Wo scored Thev jot 1hreo runs in the fifth oil three hits and i walk One run could have been stop- ped had Bond touched a runner at the plate He had him a yard, but evidently thought that the run was forced Their last run came m in the 8th on a pass hall The Knox players got a run in the first on a hit and a wild throw In the fourth Hansch got a pass, sto! second, and advanced to third ra Sang's single Sang stole second, ,nd FORMER CLEVELAND'MANAGER WILL PUSH CASE AINST OWNER AG- round DOUIS, ma Britton, Rivers, Baylor, Ba.dwm and Gallant in the order named, also panting a privilege of 35 per cent, of the gate money. The offer to fight Dundee came from the Broadway Sporting Club of Brooklyn, and White is to receive a guarantee of for making this also stated that White would have another battle in New lork liefore returning to Chicago for a short rest. This contest wi.l be against Ted Lewis, the Briton, and will be staged.July 21. Vork, July 20. Just how strong the so-called ironclad basebal contracts now in vogue are, is tc-uO determined in court, providing Joe Birmingham and Charles AV. Sonwrs do not compromise before their ai- fairs are aired. Birmingham, was re- leased by the Cleveland American League club not long ago, despite the fact that he claims to be under con- tract to the club until the end of the season of The contract Birm- ingham had is said to be oae of those new ones designed by the lawyers for organized baseball alter the Fed- eral League shot the old style agree- ncnt iul! of holes, by exposing their ack of equity, and in a war of mon- ey induced many major league play- ers to desert the old ship for the lew If as has been claimed.so often, the contracts are really binding, it vould seem that Birmingham s suit or 'luh, was j tial grounds.- While it is true sympathy is not supposed to have any place m the minds of. judges when thev are deciding legal points, Birmingham mav know that he has the sympathy of the r-blic m his that he was un fortunate enough to have been a member of the Cleveland misfits. The sudden upward flight of the Boston Ked Sox has been a feature of the American league pennant race for the past tew weeks and just -hat is responsible for the winning treak of the Red Sox and why they are an Dunsworth hit a at the Uunswurmi ill" pitcher He had two strikes on him and down Sang Hansch scored Knox's scoring onto m the filth inning when they got twL runs on two hits, and a wild pitch 01 e e o a excellent bet as the winners a ol the- league 'honors this year interesting to note... The facts Give the kiddies all they want -use it yourself, regularly. Chew it after every meafl Sealed in packages to insure your getting it always fresh, full-flavored and clean. Two Delicious Flavors mighty pleasant to the long-lasting. Great thirst-quenchers. these ese The Red Sox have been continuous- ly handicapped by the absence for long periods of such men as Joe Wood, Gardner, Scott, Hooper, Gregg and Leonard, -to say nothing of short- er-periods ol absence of Tris Speak- er and others. Now these delinquents m that Ilirmmgnam s suii, jj. others. iNow wiese 0 against the- Cleveland ,ave found'their'proper based-upon fairly substan- 4he resuit of the past fev ,ic. tvhiip. it is true that But even whili stride and e result of the past few weeks .is nevitable. But even while the star nerformers were 'hot delivering the 'oods the Red Sox were mighty strong contenders and since the big joys are coming across with ;heir best stuff and since the signing of Jack Barry, star shortstop, pinch utter extraordinary of the famous Athletic infield, .has joined ihe Red Sox, there seems to be no way of stopping the hub brigade from winning out with ease New Dayton, July 30. Magrath and New Uajton hooted up in a fast baseball game this aiternoon, which. resulted in a" lobsided win' for home aggregation, 17 to 4 'ill's baseball team North Munro, ss. Vase'lenak; Ib..... L Turcott, 2h. A Oriliis, rf Hammond, cf C Gilhs If L Dunsworth, 3b. c.-lb. J Gilhs, p-c. 3h Ib.-p. been deanms "P ever! thing in sigh o t, TI -on F since have been organized AB R HFO A fc h batteries in s gam 5 1 2 200 400 411 400 0 1 4 3 1 4111 4115 8 0 0 0 1 ho batteries in s game were Men i'Magrath, Mercer and Cird X Das ton, Gorrlll and Mealey I 0 So the same thing1. it would nuire very lew games in the different The toothsome tang of fresh Mint or the cooling, soothing flavor of Peppermint, double strength. Dee Ucious! LANGER 2' 0 0 1 WINS 440-YAHD SWIM by Lowers Kahanamoku's Record 535 Seconds at San Francisco San Francisco, Cal JuH Langer of the Los Angeies Athletic 18 5 Dunsworth's 8 0 0 0 0 1 Langer of the Los Angeies Athletic 300000 won the Amateur Athletic union open w atei championship for tlie 90 K c O.T K ____i-.- frwloi hraaltitin- 6 27 6 place L. sixth inning "Took Vasclenak's place m inning Knox Dunsworth, ss. Kobison, cf. Williams, rf Johnson, It. Bond, -c. Campbell, 3b Hansch, Ib. MoPhce, 2b; Sang, p. AB R H PO A E .512321 quarter mile todaj, breaking the encan record formerly held bj DuKe 1 Kahanamoku of Honolulu hj 610 tilth seconds Langer s timo was 5 32% NEW OUTFIELDER FOR YANKS New York, NY, Julv 40 50 Score by Knox North AVard iNew lorn, IN i -v Barney outfielder of the lersey Cily n leani at Iho Inlemalional league, was purchased b> the New York Amen S cans todaj Barnev will report to "Manager Donovan in Chicago tomor- i ,1 row It is stated that he will replace I Roy Hartzell, the veteran left neld er Ray Demrmtlt, formerty of the 411110 Toronto clui, Ot the Inlemalional lea gup will lake Barney's old posilion 38 5 5 citv 001 1 1 8 0 0 1 1 1 1 FITZOSRALO lucrowe player, who iltned k contract to play with Vancouver for s to eomrwv tn sarlT In the season Coast Lros'e i. flourishing this rear, and niffenld being doubtful of get i moopy coming to him, quit ,100 220'000-S 1JQ 030 base hit, A Gil hs liitb off Gillis, 6 in live Struck out fiy Glllu 5, Johnson, Campbell by Olson 5, (IJunawoitli, Robison, Camp- bdi; Hansch, by Sang 8, fVaie'cnak, L Turcott 3, A Gilhs, C Gilhs, bison. Green) First base on hals, off Sang 2, of! Gilhs i Double play, Dunsworth to Hansch LeH on haws, Knox 9, North Ward 8. Pass kail, Bond Time 150. Umpiie, Evan.. Attendance, good, GRIFFITH PICKS THE SENATORS, TIGERS OR WHITE SOX TO WIN Chicago, July Arneiican league race is as "open as the Pana ma according to Clark Grit nth manager, who per milted himself the pleasure of an in terview jesterday afternoon The Old Fox declared Boston's si' straight wins from the senators wai "absolutely, unqualifiedly and inex plicatoly freak luck" The pitchers said Griff, had nothing tal prayeis He (hinta the Senators said moilesi ly, the Tigeis or the While Sox nil .wlu the A lawn tennis match has been ar- ranged between St Angustin's club and the Lethbridge Tennis club, to be played Saturday afternoon, on the Lethbridge club courts at 2 pm Men's doubles only will be played. The courts will be OPen for general play al the finish of the match The presented bv Mr A C Raworth to the Lethbridge Tennis iuh. will be played-for next week. I is an onen mens single tourna lent trophs Members of the club ho intend to plav will plelase give neir name to ona'of Ihe men mem- ers of Ihe committee, or sign the list t the courts The draw will be made n Saturday LOOK HERE THEY HAVE TO WIN If the Callles defeat North Leth bridge tomorioft night, the lalter will be out of the running for Ihe league championship The show.ng of His Callies in Ihe last game gives them reason to the Umtul el-- I good game, and, in fact is 'us.. aboul a tots IP in picking iue N L IT team handed in for Iho game will be follows Hewitt Holland and Seaman, Wil- letts, and Holberton, Breeze, Slmm, Tennanl, Gurr and Campbell The Calhe team will picked from lie following Dunlop, McMillan, Mackie Irwm, Buchanan, Watt, Knight, W Lmnmg, Knox, Wilson, McDonald, Cowan, McGumcss, Brcn- nau Strip at ball paik 6 30 prompt. The game will slart at 7 Jimmy Gurr will referee 3. LEAGUE BASEBALL Wesley and Knox Sunday school league baseball teams will jflah'to. morrow night at the julj 1. Dario Resta, the spcSd pi'it vho lowered all records between 200 and 500 miles at Chicago, will Cl.ter the Twin Citv 500 mile race oct for fecpt 4 at Minneapolis Another big purse of SiO.OOO has been nung up there Relating to Ty Cobh, somebody re- marks that the wizard hits his stride .main Excepting recurring dark ages from November to March mclusne. eiery year, don't recall any time in the recent span ol years in which he ever was out of it You can't dub the White Sox hit- less wonders this year i They are hammering the twll so hard and suc- cessfully that the records show that they have made more hits and runs than the other American league teams up to date Malone came to Mack under an alias and promises to make j. star second baseman Collins- raroe to Mack under an alias and did make a star second baseman Here s a rc- recive for anv manager whos shy a star second baseman Clark Griffith last week reilerat-1 hi- belief that Pddie Collins is going back rapidly and that Connie Mack a one of considerable importance, and cannot be overlooked, but it the example pt Saskatchewan is follow ed, theie is little need to worrj All the athletic clubs, i-sseball, football, acrosse, and others, put aside one evening, which the games played in the lauoiw schedules are held in support of the expense lund of the athleles whom the might send to the Dominion meet where- eier it uas held Alberta can certain cient sum to num her of athletes to represent pro- vince t NEW BICVCLE RECORD Chicago, III, July 20 wlSJ amateur bicyde record WM clMpiJB by Ernest Kockler of ChdcMo, rode two miles in 4.05 in a race, last night The former record TO made by John B Hame of Salt MM City, to 1905. UUvh. vv...... as wise enoucli to see it and soM him to cSmiskey Griffith ihit Ccmrskey was btung and focls sorrS lor him No doubt the White Sox owner loves to be stung that wav. the Do they play lacrosse in New uo iney iRuiuaa" Westminster i This can be answered by glancing at the sjort page Mundny morning during the "New Westminster Wins Again, would be a good standing head for the sporting editors Not content with trimming Con Jones' tribe, the New Westminster amateurs are away ahead in their respective league Hats off to New Westminster when it comes to (acrosse Good Way to Do It the past great difficulty In the past grea cu been, experienced in financing the trips of tra.-' and field athletes from this provin lo national meets The asked when tha ma "MADE IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price Thu best that money urn buy-is the goes into the Canadian Ford Our workmen are the highest paid motor car mechanic, in the British Empire This means dollars saved in after expense to the man who drives a Ford "Made in Canada" Because Fort car is built right Buyers of Fqrd cars will share m our profit, il 30 000 cars between August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915 Runaboul Town Car F. q. 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