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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVB BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago St. Louis Now York Cincinnati L. 31) 30 40 43 Cincinnati......... 6 Philadelphia 1 Schneider and Clnrkc Mayer and Killil'cr. Second game- Cincinnati......... 1 Philadelphia Schneider and Clarke Demalce uud Burns. .Chicago............. 2 Boston Pierce and Bresiiuhan Rudolph and (Gowdy. PittsburgiNcw York, both games postponed Bt. Louis.......... 0 Brooklyn 1 -Sallee and Snyder Smith, Miller und McCarty. Bt. Louis........... 11 Brooklyn Perdue, Roche and Snydcr; Coombs, Douglas and Miller. SHARE IN THESE BIG BARGAINS SATURDAY NORTH L! AMERICAN jBoston Chicago Detroit 3STew York St. Louis 'Philadelphia Cleveland W. 54 55 52 42 40 33 3D 29 L. 29 33 32 -13 42 51. 53 52 Pet. .fiol .619 .404 .488 .303 .361 .358 York......... 1 Chicago 3 Shawkev and Sweeney Scott and Echalk. Second trlew York......... 1 Chicago Caldwell and Nunamaker Faber and Mayer, 7 St. Louis 3 Foster, May, Cady, Woods and [Thomas Loudermilk, Jones, Leary and Agnew. Philadelphia Cleveland, postponed, races. K .Washington-Detroit, postponed, rain 'Kansas City Chicago St Louis Pittshurg Newark FEDERAL w. u. 48 50 46 U 43 Brooklyn 40 Buffalo 38 Baltimora 32 35 37 37 38 42 48 152 52 Pet. .578 .575 .554 .537 .506 .455 .422 .381 Jvewark............. 3 Pittshurg KeLlbach and Haridcn Allen am Berry. Brooklyn........... 4 St. Louis P. Smith and Simons Watson, Da .Tcnport and Hartley. Buffalo.............. 5 Kansas City. -Andnrsoa and Allen Packard, Cul- and Easterly. Baltimore.......... 1 Chicago Johnston and Jacklitsch Brown and demons.. INTERNATIONAL Rochester.......... 2 'Providence......... 2 Harrisburg No other games scheduled. NORTHWESTERN Victoria 1 Seattle ;Sppkane 7 Vancouver ITacoraa 12 Aberdeen. AM, ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 6 Milwaukee No other games scheduled. iBIG FOUR MAY SUSPEND SEASON Montreal Will Drop Out of the terprovineial Rugby Union for Present Season 'Montreal, Que., July leas ione club, Montreal, is likely- to dro out of the Interprovincial Footba' pinion (Ontario and Quebec) next sea son, and doubts are authoritative! expressed as to whether there wii be play at all in the union. This i forecasted in a statement made to- day by President Melville of the A.A. "We shall have a team in th Quebec he said, "but it look as if the Interprovincial will have t he called off. The the Bi Four have lost many of their players have enlisted, and this seem good enough reason for the auspen lion of the league for next season The matter will not be definitely se tied, however, until the league mee ing in Toronto in September." 4 GIRLS 'BOX FOR..... TITLE -New Orleans. La-v July Boxing among the young wo- men students of Tulane semln-. ary has become popular, since two days ago Mils Kline of. -Louisiana and Miss McDonald of ijlissisaippi fought ..three rounds, Miss KSine being the decision. Prof, ilinson acted-as. referee of this bout, the only tnttf permitted to .view- the About five hundred young Women- witnessed the Kline- MoDbnald bout. The girls In I GOAL SUMMARY North LethbHge United..... Calllos First Half North Leth. U., Gurr......25 mln. Second Half North Leth. U., Slmm North Leth. U., Gurr'.. Cailies, Irwin 10 mln. 24 min. 34mm. The Line-Up North Leth. Hewitt; Hol- land and Seaman; WNIetti, Hoi- berton and Whyte; Hog9, J. Ten- nant, Gurr, Willetti and Breeze. Dunlop; Linning and Kane; Mackie, T. Watt and Me- Millen; Jonej, Watt, Buchanan, ir- win and McDonald. Referee Jamet Gurr. League Standing p. W. L. P. S. 0. E 5418 North Leth. U. 4 3 1 6 Callles 5050 Wage Baseball War JAMES GILMORE Kansas City, Mo., July Jilmore, president of the Federal lea gue, has arrived here to confer, it is reported, with Henry Sinclair, owner of the New York Federals, in plans to force a fight against organized base ball. Mr. Sinclair, who is custodian ot the million dollar Federal league 'war has been here for the ast three days. When the Callies and the North ethbridge United squared ui) for attle last night at the Athletic park, took only a casual glance to deter- Ine who would emerge victorious at be conclusion of hostilities, ant! the umiliation 9f the Scots for the fifth me this season came as no sur- rise. The Callies were represented y a team composed mostly of play- rs enlisted from the Hovers, the lo- al Intermediate club. The Rovers re excellent in their class, but to xpeot them to play successfully ag- inst a seasoned and well-trained team ke the North Lethbridge United, is robably asking too much. There was ot half of the old suard of the Cal- es in line, and the youngsters de- erve'a good deal of credit for the fay they handled themselves. The core in the first half gives ample in- iontlon of how the aspiring young loods held the winners dawn. Neck to Neck An interesting finish is promised n battle for the Magrath mblem of the city football champion- hip. North Lethbridge has two jostponed games to play, one with he S. O. E., and one with the Callias The S. 0. E. and Uniteds "will set- tle their affair neit Thursday night, nd climacteric eriod in football for the season. If he Sons' win, the championship is heirs. If the United emerge -victor- ous, they will have the champion- hip practically will mve to defeat the Callies the follow- ng week, but should experience no Ufioulty in doing this, unless the scots brush up for the occasion, vhioh is unlikely, with the two Lin nine brothers missing from the line up Both Hamm'y Linning have enlisted. 'Willie played his last game last night, Hammy left town some days ago. An Old-Timer Sandy Bannerman (an old Callie' player) was a spectator last night, iaidy joined the forces for the front here last fall, and went to Calgary with'the reat ot the boys from here. Recently suffered a mishap in a football match at the Calgary camp, and became unlit lor service, DELIGHTFUL SUMMER DRINKS Miiny Beverages from the Same Bottle. One of the very pleasant features of a bottle of Montserrat Iiime Fruit Juice Is Its-versatility. The ordinary Montserrat beverage is made with half .a wine-glass of Montserrat, some sugar, broken ice and a glassful of water. This is de- lightful and quenches the thirst.. Another Mxratserrat beverage can be "made toy using soda water instead NESS THROUGH Los Angeles, Cal.. July Jack Ness, Oakland first base- man, who hit safely in 49 con- secutive games. Jailed today to get a hit. Art Fromme, pitch- er for Vernon, broke Ness1 re- cord-breaking streak, which surpasses Ty'Cohb's record of 40 games. Ness was at bat. four times today. He filed out twice, grounded to the pitcher once, and got on. base on a force out another time. i- of plain like'if. Montserrat can also'Se used instead of lemons for flavouring frozen pun- ches and" ice creams. Montserrat is :not cqmmpn Lime Juice.' It Is pressed from fresh cul- tivated limes froiri the beautiful is- land of RITCHIE DOWN MATCH IN NEW YORK San Francisco, Cal., July lie Ritchie has received an' offer, from W H. Wellman of New York for a cash guarantee of for a r ten- round, no-decision contest with Leach Cross or Ghailey White, on. August 1. He declined, wiring back that plans he had already made prevent his appearance in the ring.again be fore September He has arranged a hunting trip for the last two weeks in August, and expects oh or about the first of Sep- tember to go east lor a fall and winter campaign of boxing THREE KINCSS TO FILL ALLIES' HAND Budapest, July reports from three different sources reach- ing Budapest state that the kings of Roumania, Bulgaria and Greece are to moot ill Athens The meeting of the three Balkan monarchs liar n significance at this time, and at the Allies' capitals is likply to be regarded as an omen of n speedy decision as to the entrance of those' nations in the war, probably i the Allies' aide. When you figure that Ritchie exacl ed unusual terms trom Freddie Wels in the London bout, is it any won tfer that the Briton insists on th Californian coming through on exact ly the same basisj! Eddie queries a read er, "as valuable a player as Han Wagner was at" his best Handm all the bouquets to Eddie that he ca carry, there never was a player a valuable to a ball club as Wagnc was ior fifteen years to Pittsburgh It's about time for Frank Gotch.t attempt his annual "come-back" ai gather in some more iron men. Stcch er looks like the best bet among th heavyweight grapplers, and.he is no being boomed for-a match with thu Iowa farmer who, with the excep- tion of or is broke. There's a mighty big difference. 5h the methods employed by some fight- ers. Take White and Welsh, for in- stance. The former always tells just how he will knock out an opponent, and- we've yet'to sec where he; .ac- complished very much. On" the-other hand, Welsh lets everything go with tie casual remark that he expects to win. White, prior to a match with Welsh, always talks ,about the knockout, has. been lucky to get an even break. Still. There Plank and Chief Bender must have felt a little out of place the othr er day, when they were selected, to stack-up against each other in a Federal league struggle at St. Louis These two noted heavers are "real' baseball veterans, and for practically all of their diamond careers wero mates on the Philadelphia American league team. Both men -were out for a victory, and they displayed ail-.the cunning which made them stars; they had perfect control, as neither issued a walk, and they :were both hard- to solve, as only four single hits" were gleaned off each hurler. .Bender was let down by his team-mates, and Plank triumphed. This performance a remarkaMe one, anil proves that the former Athletics stil, have some good games left, in their arms. .Thought It Might Help Hap Hogan, the Los :Angeies 'base ball leader, whose untimely death Ms mourned by the entire baseball world was one of the unique-figures ot the game. He was one of those .nicrry good fellows, a fiery, quick-witted, ho' I tempered, easy -forgiving fellows, anc when he was catchingihe was a terror to .umpires. He once had the mis fortune to lose an eye, and wore. a glass one One day he was catching at Los Angeles, and engaged in a-long-con tinued I'chewing match" with the urn pire, who was having a bad day 'on bails and strikes. "Happy" was helping him as much as possible to get worse, kicking on even thing Finally, the exasperated umpir with st .312. Kauii leads bases with 25 teague in stolen Collins, Boston, Snyder, St Louis, .293 Pittsburg, and J. Smith, tied, with 291 'SAIER BEST BASE RUNNER New York leads in club batting, with 258, and Chicago is next, with 356 Saiei leads the league in stolen bases, with 21 in total bases, with 152, and in runs scored, with 50 Cravath has most home runs, 13. Leading National league pitchers who acquired 600 averages in 15 or more gimes are Pllirce, Chi- cago, won nine and lobl one, Alex- nder, Philadelphia, II and lost ases w in runs scored, 48, -and total '1.17, and' Walsh; !5Swilling, Ch Konctchy, Pittsburg, 5 _ ji'amaux, Pittsburg, 13 and Chase, Bit runs, at the clubs -with is, second, 'with bases, Cincinnati, 10 and 5; Mayer, and 5 Dell, Brook- Chicago V.'alsn, "Awining, OIUUWK.U .1 ujiiiprimnuia, o ifialo, and iConetchy in home! iyn> nme and si eieht each. Brooklyn leads strikeouts to hi ,..JM, -itiri Pit.tshurc i .276, and Pittsburg j .264- has 138 his credit. sun, well, York, 12 and 8 Detroit, b and 4 Chicago and Detroit are Roland, tied in uniciiiiu ttuu LH.HU.V club batting, with 369, for first hon- ors. MAGBB BATTING 346 fOR FffiDS In the Federal league the Icadcis arc Magce, Brookljn, 311. Kault, Brooklyn, 341 Walsh, BaHinioto, 321 Catnpbcll, .323, McCONNELL BEST PITCHER .Leading Federal league pitchers McCon 6 Cl Allen, EVANS IN FORM Cleveland. Ohio, July wore recorded In the second round of match play in the western 13 and 6; Packard', line Federal league pitchers niatcn play in tue WBBKUU Chicago, won lost golf championsh.p, o-ver the Mayfield KansSs City, 13 and links, jesterday The defeat of W. c Fonnes, jr, Pittsburg, former na- tional champion, by H P Bingham, Maj field Country club, Clei eland, was a distinct shock. No one had reckoned on Bingnam's ability to de throne the man who leeorfled low medal score for the course the day Allen, Pittshurg, 13 and u raiayaui, Kansas City, 10 and 5 Brown, Chi- cago 8 and' 4 Davenport, St. Louis, 11 and 0 Plank, St. Louis, 9 and 5 Main; Kansas City, 9 and 8, Groom, St. Louis, 9 and 6.' DOYLE OVERHAULING DAUB- ERT Captain Larry Doyle o! the Giants has attained second place .among the batters of the .National His averaie of .326, credited to him in averages published here, puts him brand of game tnat right on the heels of-the league lead- doubts as to his abilitj to fight for er Daubcrt of Brooklyn, whose per- the title this year In true style. FEDERALS PUN 10 INK Chicago, July 32.-Hans ol Federal league for the invasion ol New 'iork city next 3 ear were learn- ed today Harry Sinclair, the-Tnlaa oil king, who built the big grand stand at Newark and who bought Indiananohs franchise, move th< Newark" club to New York, using the Erand stand in the New Jersey-city for Sunday baseoali. Mr Sinclair will be tTie president of the York club and Robert B. Ward will be associated with him. The manager of the new team, rt is said, will be one of the greatest in baseball, and there have been rum- ors to the etlcct that Christy Math- en son, ior many years the most won- denul pitcher in the National league, is tne man upon whom Mr. Sinclair has his eye as the leader of the new club Mr Sinclair has already plans foi the building of the new park, and il is said he intends to erccit a bowl to seat persons It will be buill before with a card ot 72 But thc OHier of tne bowl. nas bv superior picsenl location, which, is kept t ing, 4 and 3. secret, has been puichafaed, and thi 15, 4 aim o. Chick Evans had an easy time nis posing of K P Fdwnrds of Chicago, and showed the large gallery a brand of game that secret, has been puichafaed, and architects are now preparing plani for the grand stand. ed all centage is 336. Next to these two. the leading bat- ters who have played in at least halt of the are Groh, Cincinnati, 331, Ludcrus, Philadelphia, RoScrUon, Nov. -iork, and Crawth, 1 hiladelphia, tied, With 302 Whit- ted, Philadelphia, Killi Cincinnati, 2W P.I l.oms.. tied. Mith .uui .uu o, 388 J II, Zimmerman, Chicago, CALLAHAN BREAKS LEO Harrisburg, .Tulv Callahan, centre fielder of the Harrisburi Inter- national team, broke his leg aboie the ankle while sliding home in the second inning of -today'! between Harnsburg and Providence Two years ago in a game with Ro- chester, Caliahan broke his legiln the same place, SET-BACK FOR WHITE New York, N T July the Enjllih Charley White, or small margin in th here, last nliht, round, when ihe head with great outcome in doufcE Bo who agreed ;to "jifer JM ponnd. were weight. woighM 133 BOttnd.1. e ay small margin in their Vatll Ml ;