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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 23, 1017 THE LETHBBIDGE DAILY ITriRALn PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus HHfWe THKT 0 Philadelphia .. .. 42 St. Louis........ 45 Chicago....... �2 Brooklyn....... 38 Boston......... 35 Pittsburg....... US 2*; 43 40 45 13 55 .671. .538 .538 .52!) .483 .469 .38!) .337 AMERICAN 6 6 9 4 anil 10 2 SATURDAY GAMES. Chicago ...... 000 100 000-1 0 0 Boston......010 100 OOx-2 5 0 Domaree, Hondrix and Wilson; Barnos and Tragrcssor. Pittsburg .. .. 100 200 000 0-.3 New York .... 010 101000 1-4 'Grimes and Schmidt; Sailee Rnridcu. First game- St. Louis .. .. 020 000 023-7 Philadelphia . . 100 002 200-5 7 2 Amen, Doak, Horstmau and Consoles; Kixcy, Lavender and Killifer. Second game- fit. Louis..... 000 121 100-5 8 2 Philadelphia . . 021 000 000-3 7 1 Watson, HorHtman and Snyder; Oeschger, Bender and Burns. first game- Cincinnati . .. 020 003 001-0 11 0 Brooklyn .. ,. 000 000 110-2 1 1 0 Schneider and Clarke; Cadore, Huston and Sillier, Wheat, Meyers. Second game-Cincinnati . . .. -ISO 0. Second game-Newark 7, Montreal PACIFIC COAST Sunday Garnet. At San Francisco-Morning game- Snlt Lake 6, Oakland 11. Afternoon game-Salt Lake 2, Oakland >1. At Lob AngoleB-Morning game- Pan Francisco 4, Los Angeles 5. At Los Angeles-Second game-San FranclBCO 1, Lob Angeles 2. At Portland-First game-Portland C, Vernon 4. 10 innings. At Portland-Second game-Portland 5, Vernon 8. Saturday Games. At Lob Angeles-First gome-San (Francisco 3, Lob Angeles 0. At Lob AugeloB-Second game-San Francisco 4, Los Angeles 0. At Portland-Vernon 5, Portland 8. At San Francisco- Salt Lake 0, Oakland 2. ASSOCIATION Saturday Games. ColumbiiH 4, Milwaukee 4. Toledo 0. St. Paul 6. Indianapolis 6, Minneapolis 1. Louisville 7, Kansas City 0. An international golf competition will bo played at the naltitflral Golf club, New York, on July 25, Four twelve-roon teams, threo of which will be - composed' of British, Scotch and home-brud professionals, and tho fourth of players picked by Jerome Trgvers. will compete. Won. Lost. PC 32 .640 34 .605 Cleveland .. .. 49 42 .538 Detroit..... ... 46 43 .517 New York .. . .. 44 42 .512 Washington .. . . 35 51 .407 . . , 36 55 .390 Philadelphia .. ... 32 51 .386 Divided Double St. Louis, July 22.-Plank shut out Washington in tho first game today and Aycrs turned tho tables on St. Louis shuUliiR them out 5 to 0 In the second gamo. In the first game, but one Washington pliiyer reached third. Washington drove Sotheron from the box In the second Inning of the' second game after scoring their fivo runs. First game-Washington .. . 000 000 000-0 7 2 St. Louis ..... 000 300 lOx-4 7 1 Shaw, Gallia and Ainsmith; Plank and Scverold. Second game- Washington . . . 320 000 000-5 4 1 St. Louis ..... 000 000 000-0 6 3 Ayers and Henry; Sotheron, Koob and Scverold. 13-lnning Thriller. Detroit, July 22.-New York defeated Detroit 7 to 5 in a thrilling 13 inning game hero today. Pipp started the final inning with a two base hit. Two singles and a sacrifice hit .gavo tho visitors a run in the seventh inning, but Detroit tied tho score when H. Jones came home on Burns' Texas leaguer to canter. Now York . 012 000 010 010 2-7 13 2 Detroit . . 103 000 000 010 0-5 8 1 Caldwell, Cullop. and Walters; Bolaud, Ehmko and Stallage, A Whopping Score. Cleveland, July 22.-Cleveland broke an American League record for the season when it defeated Philadelphia 20 to 6. Bagby, who was knocked out of the box by Philadelphia Friday, shut the Athletics out for six innings when he retired with the score 11 to 0 in his favor. Philadelphia then proceeded to score six runs as a result of GouId'H wildness and Lambeth's ineffectiveness. Philadelphia . 000 000 141- 6 12 2 Cleveland .. . 200108 36x-20 17 0 Schauer, Bush, Selbold and Meyers, Schang; Bagby, Gould, Lambeth and Billings. Shut Out Bostoni Chicago, July 22.-Tlisberg's fielding, batting and base running and Russell's good pitching enabled Chicago to shut out Boston 2 to 0. Rls-berg'b fielding saved Russell several times. Russell allowed the world's champions but four scattered hits and only two men reached second base. Boston .. .... 000 000 000-0 4 1 Chicago .....OlOOOlOOx-2 13 0 Mays, Bader and Agnew, Thomas; Russell and Schalk. 8ATURDAV GAMES. Boston .. 010 003 000 000 010-R 10 0 Chicago . 000 103 000 000 010-5 11 6 (Called, darkness, tie.) Leonard, Ruth and Thomas; Fnber, Dnnforth, Williams and Schalk. , First game - New York . ... 100 010 100 0-3 . 7 0 Detroit ..... 101 000 0101-4 8 2 Love and Waiters; James, Cunningham and Stanage. Second game- New York .. . 000 000 110- 2 6 2 Detroit ... ... 1G0 000 04X-11 16 2 llnssell, ghawkoy, Munroo and Nun-amaker; Mitchell and Stanage. Washington . . 010 020 020-5 8 1 St. Louis..... 000 000 000-0 0 1' Harper and Ainsmith; Hamilton Rogora, Koob and Sevorold. Philadelphia . .000 000 010-1 5*'. Clevoluud..... 001100 U0x-2 4 :. TURIN TOSSERS HE OUR HOPEFULS IN TEN INNINGS First Extra-innings Game of the Season Here Gives Big Crowd Excitement FANS FEEL BETTER OVER WORK OF LOCALS Purse of $600 for Winners Lcllibridge Baseball Club will siaffc a big tournament during the stampede which is scheduled to come off on August 15, 10 and 17th of August. Such was the decision of the executive which met yesterday. It is expected that about eight teams will enter. The entrance fee will be $25. The purse will be $000, split three ways: First $300, second $200 and thi.d $100. One restriction will be that no player may play on two different teams during the tournament. Mr. Bancroft, brother of thhc Philly star shortstop, was in the. city yesterday from Foremost and stales that Orion and Etzikom will be sure to enter. It will be easy to till the entry. Secretary Evans sent out letters yesterday to all the clubs of the south urging them to get busy. If the games arc. played as in Medicine /Hat, there will be a morning game each day and an evening game. In this way it will not interfere with the slaimede, but will be an added attraction to the thousands of visitors. Six .300 Hitters Keep Reds on Top-Cobb Still Away Ahead in American Fans who were peeved over the last two Wednesday exhibitions of ball and stayed away from Saturday evening's fixture between Turin and Leth-bridge havo something to bo sore at themselves about. They missed a 5 to 5 ten-inning tie, and the snappiest game of the season. Darkness fell before" the tie could be broken, but the way both teams were going at the finish, they might have been playing yet. Turin team was a surprise. They are a well balanced outfit, and they fight every Inch of the way. Damon Noble was on the mound for them and that is enough when he has the [ tiretl the'side. kind of support he got Saturday night. Three or four years ago he pitched a no-hlt, no-run game against Lethbridgc in Mncleort. He hasn't lost much of his cunning yet. Lethbridgo looked like a real genuine ball team in all but one inning on Saturday night. Snow pitched heady hall while the infield gave him great support once thoy got the fumbles out of their system. And the outfield looked like a real outfield Schweitzer dropped an easy' one which figured in the awful third, but outside that there was nothing to it. Murphy pulled off nice catches in left but hurt his log, retiring in the eighth in favor of Len Green. Len looked at home in his old stamping ground in the suiifleld and was given a great hand when he pulled down a hard one off Koenen's bat. Bond was behind the bat and caught as if he meant it. He too got it out of his system in the third along with the rest of the team. Cosgrlff looked like a million dollars at short, plugging up a hole that looked bad in the last game. He made a wild throw in tho third but accepted ten other chances, including some hard ones. Lethbridgo started out as If" they were going to put the game in the refrigerator pronto. After Walsh had Bkied one to centre, Evans produced a single. CoHgrltt stung one on tho nose for thvee sacks, scoring Evans. Isom popped to Bowers who dropped It and Cosgrlff scored. Isom stole. Murphy grounded out to Turnage unassisted. Schweitzer got a life when Turnage dropped a throw at first, nunsworth singled, laom crossing the plate and Schweitzer going to third. Dunsworth stole. Bond struck out with two on. In their half Turin had scored. Snow iBBued transportation to Potter. A passed ball and Bowers' single turned the trick. Both sides were 'ilanked in the Second. A double killed (he locals' chances. Snow Btartod off with u scratch but Walsh Charley Green got a hit, went to second on B. Potter's out to Schweitzer, stole third and came home on a passed ball by Bond. One hit, five bloomers and four rung' was the not result. It was a sa dstanza, and the fans wore Inclined to ride the players thinking the game would be a repetition of the New Dayton and Carman-gay affairs. But the boys took a tumble to themselves, and with the exception of a wild throw winch didn't count for anything, they played errorless ball for the next seven stanzas. With the score 5 to 3 against them Lethbridgo drew a blank in the fourth, but in the fifth they split it fifty-fifty by showing two across. In the fourth Bond had hit into a double play at second, Bowers and Turnage staging the chain lightning which re-Lethbrldge also re- Snow, Dunsworth, Evans, Isom 4; bases on balls, oft' N'oblo 2, off Snow 3; struck out, by Noble 12, by Snow 4; hit by pitcher, by Snow 1; passed balls, Bond 3, Potter 1; double plays, Turnage,. unassisted; Bowers to Turnage, Dunsworth to Evans to Bond; earned runs, Lethbridgo 3, Turin 0; loft on bases Turin 12, Lethbrldge G; Time of game 2 hours. Umpire, Jack Morrison. IE Chicago, July 21.-Coming from behind, Walter Cruise, of St. Louis has batted Into a tie with Ed Rousch, of Cincinnati, for National league honors, official averages released today showing them hitting .33.'. Uousch nlaying in 78 games-five less than his rival-has driven out 99 hits for 124 bases, while Cruise has stretched 98 hits for a total of 131 bases. The St. LouIb outfielder made 12 doubles six triples and three home inns, as against eight doubles, six three base hits, and one circuit drive for Rousch. Rids' Hitting is Feature Tho terrific hitting of six Cincinnati players 1b keeping the club safely reposing in tho first division, and in possession of team batting honors. Hal Chase, the veteran first base star with Cincinatl, is a point below tho .300 class, and Clark, one of Christy Mathewson's catchers, is hitting .321 but has only played in 36 games. linns Wagner, tho Pittsburg veter-nn, is batting .313 for 35 garueB. Deal, of Chicago, took the lead in sacrifice hitting with 19, while Burns, of New York, deposed Groh, of Cincinnati for scoring honors with 56. Groh has crossed the plate 55 times. Carey, of Pittsburg, increased his lead in base stealing to 21. Hornsby Is in possession of home run honors with eight. The averages Include games of Wednesday. Leading Batters Leading batters for halt their clubs' games: CruiBe, St. Louis ..............331 Rousch, Cincinnati ............331 Hornsby, St. Louis..........323 Fisher, Pittsburg...........321 Griffith, Cincinnati..........317 Raridcn, New York.........3M Rawlings, Boston...........311 Neale, Cincinnati...........311 Burns, New York...........30J Groh, Cincinnati...........29S Chase, Cincinnati...........291 AMERICAN LEAGUE TriB Speaker regained second placi in the American league, the Cleveland star deposing Sister, of St. Louis, with an average of .343. Staler Is Ave points behind. Ty Cobb fell off tw� points, but is showing the way with .373. Amos Strunk, of Philadelphia is giving Cobb a race for scoring honors, however, the Georgian, with a total of 59, having a lead of one run. Cobb has bagged 120 hits for a total of 181 bases. In 85 games he has driven out 24 doubles, 17 triplet and three home runs. Chapman, of Cleveland, Increased his lead in sacrifice hitting and baM stealing to 44 and 30 respectively. Pipp of New York, still leads in home run hitting with six. Detroit clung to team batting honors with .254. Tin averages include gameB of Wednesday. Leading Bitters Leading batters for half their club'* games: Cobb, Detroit.............373 Speaker, Cleveland.........343 Si Bier, St. Louis...........338 Rumler, St. Louis...........327 M.. .. ">14 Chapman, Cleveland .. ... ..... 310 Heilman, Detroit........'.. .293 C. Milan, Washington.......293 Veach, Detroit .............292 WILLARD'S NEW MANAGER Pittsburg, July 21.-It has leaked out that. Jess Willard already has arranged for a successor to Manager Tom Jones and Jack Curley, whom he re* pudiated. The new manager is Matt Hlnkel, the well known referee and fight promoter of Cleveland, Ohio. Last week, when Wlllard's show was in that city, the two came to an agreement. tired Turin on a double play in the fifth, Dunsworth to Evans to Bond. In the fifth, Snow poked out his second single and stole. Walsh popped to third. Evans popped to Bowers who made his second muff. Evans stole and after Cosgrlff had struclc-out, laom came through with a grass cutter past 'first which scored Evans and Snow, isom stole third but Murphy was an easy out, pitcher to first. From then on there was no scorinc. Turin came near it a couple of times but fast work cut them down. Turin got two hits in the seventh, tho only innings of the game in which thoy collected two off Snow's delivery. In the eighth they had Snow Inv a hole. The first two men up got on. The third hit to Cosgrlff who threw to Walsh cutting a runner down al third. The fourth lilt to Snow who throw to Walsh cutting the second runner down at third. The fifth man struck out. In the ninth Bowers got toxthird on a hit, a steal and un infield out. In the tenth Haniraon got ns far as second on a hit and a passed ball. Lethbridgo threatened in the seventh when Snow got to third. In the ninth Isom walked, stole second and third, but there were two down and Green popped to Noblo. Turin will be a welcome visitor for another game. They play snappy ball that takes with the fans. The box score:, Turin- G. Potter, c ... D. Noble, p .. . Turnage, lb ... Bowers, 2b .. Green, ss...... 5 B. Potter, 3b .. Koenen, If ... B. Noble, rf .. Hammon, cf .. Lethbrldge- Walsh, 3b ...... 5 Evans. 2b...... 5 Cosgrlff. bs...... 5 popped to isom, lb...... 3 AB R H PO A 10 3 2 0 11 2 0 6 0 0 1 5 0 r> 1 0 12 3 1 5 I 3 3 2 o *. 5 1 1 0 1 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 0 0 4 0 1 1 0 0 43 5 9 30 13 3 AB R H PO A E Carmangay and New Dayton May Stage Game on Local :-pppod the ball. Two runs. On the iirow in Cosgrlff chrew it a mile, Totals....... 39 5 9 30 15 6 Score by innings- r, h e Turin...... 104,000,0000-6 9 3 Lethbrldge .. .. 300,020,0000-5 9 6 . Summary-Three base hits, Cos-got tho ball,;and griff; two bas*. hits, laom; stolen Bowers scored, i beau*, Q. Pottor. Turuage, Bower* 2. As the Old Boy Says: "Smoking some cigars is ALMOST a pleasure. There is no 'almost9 about a PROMOTER BLUNT." s. 3 for 25c DAVIS A SONS, LIMITED, MONTREAL. D8-B 11 ;