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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, .IL'JVY 20, 101fi THE DAILY HKHALO PAGE THREE How the Majors Look on Last Week's Showing BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL AMERICAN Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia Chicago Now York Kt. Louis J'iUsburg Cincinnati 1 Braves Defeated Boston, July L'fi.-'-Chlcnso clofealctl the. Braves 3 to in ;ui II inning con- test today. 'Umpire Knston's decision however, allow ing the run scored by the Cubs in the IHIi will be protested by lioston. Boston will contend that Seiir.'inorman should have been al- lowed to take third only. Chicago 3 0 1 2 llendrix and Fischer; Barnes, dow- dy, Tragesser. Cincinnati-New York, postponed, wet grounds. St. Louis-Brooklyn, postponed, wet grounds. postponed, Pittsburg-Philadeiphia, rain. New York (Jluvuland Boston Chicago Detroit St. Louis 47 4i 4f, r.n list -ID ID K'> Washington Loses Detroit. July lost the opening game of its west- urn trip ft Ut lead iti tli utter getting a 11 In tliis liral period .lames of Detroit was knocked out on six clean hits, two of lluun doubles. Threw double plays on the Detroit side helped out the Home pitchers. Three hils in a row in the ninth by Hums, Crawford and Vcacli put over the winning run. Washington........... fi 9 1 Detroit.............. ti !t 0 Harper, ilallia, Olarut and ilenry; James, Ay res, Dubiic- and Baker. Caldwell Was Wild Chicago, July wild- ness was the chief factor in Chicago's to S victory over the crippled Yankees today. Cicotte was nearly as wild but was taken out in time to prevent disaster though four hits in jibe sixth routed Russell his success- sor. New York............ 8 11 1 Chicago 2 Caldwell, Russell, Love and Nun- amaker; Cicotle and Schalk. swin.ruti's to- day have three new world's records to their credit, according to officials who timed an exhibition meet in the Young .Men's Christian Association tank here Saturday night. Duke Kah- anamoku made the first of the new when he negotiated the 100 yard dash in a 20 yard tank In S3 3-5 Defeats Former Team Mates Cleveland, July won the opening game from Boston G to Speaker defeating his founer team mates by making three hits driving .Vew in the stand- ings of first divition clubs in the Nat- ional and American leagues were "light during the past week. The margfii of percentage separating 'he lii-si and fourth clubs remained vir- tually UK; name as at the closu of the previous week. Hruuklyu's lead over Hoston in the National was not changed and New York's mar- gin in the American was unaffected, except that Hoston took Cleveland's place as riiiiniu'-iip. Some Gain The Red Sox made the best gain of the week in the American and the world's champions now are only a few points behind the Yankees. They were able to set hack Detroit in three out of five games, after the Tigers had broken even in Hie SIN game scr- tvitb the Yanlm good 's. mei physically, while New York in without the services of three cut Holders, .Mui.sel, and High, and Baker, ono of its heav- iest hitters, on account of injuries. In addition, pitching' staff not in as as that of the Ited Sox. Cuflojj. tlie Yankee's most successful pitr.-hcr is on the hospital list. Notwithstanding injuries, bow- ever, the Yankees made it three out of six from Detroit and then took three out of four Cleveland full into i St. i place because of four out of five Kameg to Washington. Philadelphia, on Thursday, wan itlih- to break its losing streak by wiiiiiiiii; OIK; game of it doubio header tlm Indians. Cleveland, however, took two out of from the Alack men. Chicago slipped and went into fifth place. The Biy Deal The feature of tin- wt-rk in tie Xa- tional league was (he trade litkweim New York and I ir.cinnnU, whereby Christy .MaUiewson, the. nmiiiHiiiy of the Giant pitchim; staff, went to tlio Ileds as manager. New York also gave Up McKeehnie and Ituuscii in ad- dition to in fxcliange for llcrx.og ini'J Kllllfor .What effect the mid BWIFIMI trade will have on the fortunes of cither the Giants or Reds is problematical. Race Tightens The race in the NaMonal lightened as the first division teams slippud slightly during the work. Brooklyn retains tlie lead, with lioston, I'hila- delphia and New York following in order. Brooklyn ihc> only first division team to Rain percent- age. Pliiladelphia now is only a few points behind Bopion. whicii appears to have lost its previous winning gait. Tlie intersectional results of the week wore: National: EMst 11, west 13; Amer- NORTH WESTERN Spokane, 0; Seattle, :j. finite, 1; Tacoina, li. Great Falls-Vancouver game, post- poned, wet grounds. PACIFIC COAST Vernon, 1; Oakland, 2. San Francisco-Portland, postponed. Portland travelling. Halt Lake-Los Angeles, no game. three runs and storing two hnnselt. j Boston......... Cleveland............. li 1 Ruth, Foster and Thomas: Bagby and Daly. seconds, shattering his old record of g-x rmis'in th( 54 2-5. Another of the new records, relay g when a team comprised of Kaha .inolni, George Cuniia, C. Lane, H. Kruger'svu" J. Kelii covered tlie d" St. Louis Hits Hard St. Louis, July Louis bat- teries pounded L-alining for six hits which with two bases on balls netted a second in- lie first game Philadelphia here today, S to 3. NORTHERN Dulnth, '2' Winnipeg. 1. BOOST FOR AMERICAN GOLFER "Chick" Evans Gets Congratulatory Note from Lord Northcliffe. Chicago, July (Chick) FREDDY WELSH 10 BE ALL IN Philadelphia UUXCICU IMI. tance in 3-5. The first four named j also hung up a new time when they and made the '100 yard relay in 3.44 4-5. j erom- Both the relax records broken were held !by the .Illinois Athletic club, whose teams made the marks of ;i-5 in the 500 yard event and 3-i in the shorter distance. 3 10 S 14 0 Hook and Sev. Chicago, July .Mollwitz, Cincinnati first baseman has been pur- chased by tlie Chicago Nationals. Terms of (bo transaction were not given out here. Tijuana Meet Closes San'Diego, Cal., .July 100 J day race meet at Tijuana, Mexico, j conducted by the Lower California" Jockey Club, ciinie to a close Sunday with a special program of events. More than persons attended. INTERNATIONAL .Montreal, G; Toronto. 3. First game. 2; Providence, 4. Second Game. Baltimore, 2: Providence, 3. First Game. Buffalo, 0; Rochester, '1, XcwRrk-Ttichmoiid games scheduled for today played last Sunday. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul.l; Kansas City, 3. Columbus, 1; Louisville, Indianapolis, 7; Toledo, "Minneapolis, 2; .Milwaukee, 3. New Welsh some months ago threat rather retire- from the ring on tbc second anniversary of his defeat of Willie Ritchie, whom he dethroned. This" anniversary was early this month and to make the out took more Fretldy rather, "threatens remain- in tho game until he is knocked apart from his litle. However; every cloud has a silver lining. If Welsh intends to dally with gloves until he is re- lieved of title the time for this in- teresting event can not be far off. mis who recently won the national Welsh is engaged in paying the golf championship at Minneapolis has foundation for.Uiu inevitable. Instead j exhibited a noic from Lord cliffe. editor of; the London 11 Eivn congratulating him on his victory. The English editor wrote: "I can not tell you with what pleas- ure tlie news or your victory was re- ceived in England. Some of us who are over 50 still play golf; and 1 hap- pened to he at a club when the news ciime of. your splendid win. The mem- bers could not have been more de- lighted had the open championship been won by an Englishman over lighting age. "Your bearing and conduct at Sand- wich two years ago were recalled by all. Your extreme good temper iu face of cxtraonlimiry luck against you made a marked impression." Evans was a contender for the Eng- lish championship years ago. of restricting himself and keeping in j condition Freddy prefers living a life of ease. FJo is rapidly accumulating weight, which ,w.ill later prove a detri- to him.iivlhe ring; his lax man- ner of living Ms robbing him of his wind and stamina, and he is gradually losing the braggadocio that has jC'arrJed It'jmVChi'aiigu; many lights' less confident fighters would have been beaten. .Poor Excuse for Champion Welsh is a poor excuse for a cham- pion. He is a likable chap, personal- ly. But his methods of clinging to the remunerative lightweight title lack the stamp of public approval. The boxing community insists on a cham- pion .that will light. Welsh will not fight.'Each day'if is getting harder to Let every parcel or letter you send to a soldier friend contain a few bars of best little refresh- ment on the march or in camp. Mflrigpfey's. found instant popularity with the boys at the front, as well as those in training. It combines the merits of a delicious, long-lasting sweetmeat and a tonic bracer for appetite and Soothing to smokers. is such friendly tobacco that it just makes a man sorry he didn't get wind of this pipe and cigarette smoke long, long ago. He counts it lost time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set in his life! And P. A. can't bite or parch! That's cut out by the patented process by which it is made 1' Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons_or premiums. prefer to give quality 'Get on the know how! Ask your dealer for Prince Albert. If he cannot supply you, ask him to secure it through his wholesaler. Quick as you can, understand yourself how much you'll like the international joy smoke It stands to reason, doesn't it, that if men all over the world prefer P. A. that it must have all the qualities to satisfy your fondest desires? r Men, get us right on Prince Albert I We tell y'6u this tobacco will prove better than you can figtire out, it's so chummy and j fragrant and inviting ail the time." Just realise that you can smoke all you want without' a comeback! at Sandwich two j drag.him into the ring. And when he finally does condescend to box his opponent is pretty certain to be a novice, or a "setup." Freddy has no fear of that kind. i However, mention such names as j Johnny Dundee, Benny Leonard and Charley White to the Briton and he quite-suddenly remembers an impor- Sealed tight Kijpt right C-44 -Write "Wrigley's Ltd., Wrigley Building, Toronto, for copy of; funny Mother Goose Book. capcs in.the last year. Me bumped UDUIUQID niiuui- against a newcomer in Ever Hammer tant engaeement and departs. Welsh land suffered one of the worst beat- does not like to hear those fear-i ings of his championship regime. Sev- iuspiring. names. They mean trouble jeral other equally unknown light- to him, and the longer he can avoid a j weights have taken Welsh over the meeting: with any one of these three One of those fine evenings so much longer will he cling to his title. Dodges Tough Ones is quite unlikely that either White, Leonard or Dundee be the next lightweight champion. Not be- cause they do not possess the neces- sary qualifications for a champion, but simply because Welsh will have noth- ing more to do with any one of them is, so far as meeting them in the ring is concerned. For that rea- son- it would occasion little surprise from this if some unknown were to come along and knock out Welsh. Welsh lias had several narrow es- Atbsr! is eolJ throughout Canada, gen- erally, in the tidy red tin, also in pound and hclf-pound humidors, R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winilon-S.lcm, N. C, US.A. "HOME RUN" BAKER Home Run Baker Is not resting on any past laurels and is still hamiuer- ng.out his famous home run hits. On luly 11, to made MB eighth homo run of the season. Eight was his record for 1914 and iiidiraUons point to his making a I.QW! record for himself. He is now, gnme with two broken ribs. Welsh will crash into a wild swing and some village favorite will her. aided as the new world's lightweight champion. Washington, because Johnson lieil from Chicago during his prosecution for white slavery. Johnson went to Barcelona and staged a prize tight between himself and another negro. The Johnson earned soon ran out and lie is trying to coax the j promoters to another affair. He told friends that unless he can start 'a 'boxihs school -he "will have hard sledding. AUTO RACE KILLS TWO Portland, July 25.1-Ulysses Auliry, aged 22, driver of an automobile in the Australian pursuit race at a meet on the Rose City specthvay here Sun- day, and Frank Lake, aged ii4, his mechanician, were so badly hurt when their car left the track and through a fence that both died soon after. Five thousand people saw the accident, including... Aubry'a young wife, who sat in the grandstand. The cause of the was said to have been a blowout i'n a tire. Anbry, who had led the race until shortly be- fore the accident, had Just heen pas- sed by another car ,'anrt was making eager efforts to catch up again. Sud- denly his car was seen to swerve vio- lently, leave the track and plunge through a fence alpugside, carrying a-way some 3f> feet; of fencing. The tar then plunged down a bank and tur- ned over, Vs soon as they Were ..picked up an ambulance started with both injured men for a hospital. way Aubry died. Lake died shortly after reaching the hospitel. PRESS YOUR FINGER; PRESTO! PAIN FLIES! PHtsburg, July the most irritating toothache may he relieved i bv pressure mi certain fingers, and the cure of lumbago, hay fever, wry necks ami other ailments accomplished bv almost the same process, was out- lined here by Dr. Fred Kellogg, of Providence, R. I., before.the Pittsburg Qsteopathic Association, w h i c h hrought him here to lecture on "zone- therapy." Dr. Kellogg, in (lescriUing "zone- used stereoptican slides to illustrate Ins clninis for the treatment. According 10 him. one lias but to press a toothbrush1 against the roof of his mouth to effect a cure for head- ache.. All one has to do.when suffer- ing with a troublesome case of hay fever is to press the forefinger of cith- er hand on a hard object. Dr. Kellogg Stated that he generally used an alum- inum comb to curb :the disease. said Dr. Kellogg, "will cure many ills which so far have baffled medical science." BIG SMOKE NOW DOWN AND OUT Madrid, Spain, July John- son, former heavyweight champion, is practically down and out. A few months ago Johnson turned up in Spain with his wife, an Eng- lish boxing trainer, and a negro boxer and took a suite of rooms, at a leading hotel. He attempted to book passage for but learned that he was not permitted to leave Spain without a passport. The Am- erican embassy refused to issue a passport under instructions from NON-INTOXICATING 'ALBERTA'S PRIDE' BEER FOR SALE The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. Phone 554 ;