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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 38, 1917 THE LETHBR1DGE DAILT IIERALn PAGF.THKB 'BRINGING By G. McManus too ItlKE THE SEA- SHORE WANT TO WHAT HE FROM THE WINDOW- Big League Baseball NATIONAL New York 54 53 St. Louis 47 Philadelphia..... 42 Chicago nrooklyo 39 Boston........ 36 Pitlsburg 29 Won. Lost. P.C. .667 .547 .541 .525 .483 27 43 40 3E 4G DO 67 .391 .337 .Wagner's Error. Pitlsburg, Jnly With a man on second add. twq.oul 13th innine Hans drop- Dehus: and the liaLfiman.'waa safe, tho runner jicorlng from Becbnd on 'tho mlsplay.and win- ning -game for Brooklyn agatast Pltlaturg, to 3. Brooklyn 13 1 rittsburg 000. 201 000 000 6 3 Marquard, Coombs, Smith and Mey- ers; Grimes, Jacobs and Schmldt.- Xo other gaines scheduled. Plnit 3, Toronto 1. Second Newark 10, Toronto Firil Baltimore 10, Buffalo -.a Second Balllmorc 1, Ihif- lalo 4. IHchmonil 8, Montreal 7. AMERICAN Chicago......-. 60 Boston...........53 Cleveland...... 49 Detroit......... 46 Now York........ 41 Washington......36 St. Loula........ -30 Philadelphia 33 TVon, IxioL P.O 32 35 43 44 44 ul 5C 51 .652 .602 .533 .511 .600 .414 .391 .393 ''i PACIFIC COAST Al San Franclnco San Francisco 4, Oakland 1. 1, Los Angela "3. Al Salt Veriior. 4, Sslt Lake 7. V All Members ?f Club ,y Send la Vonr Name to S- J. Shephtrd .Chicago Takca- Double Header. NeV York, July. dc (dated 'New .York tu kclh. secllouE of a double.- header, today, by' scores-.of 4 and i. 'In the game CIcotle, pitched his usual glrong game against the Yankees.' The Visitors .von the second game in Lhe first Inning, when Lhey knocked Fisher, out or lie hoi, scoring' f our rnns on 'five hits, a fumhlo by Gedeson and a sacrifice fir. First Chicago 4 10 3 New York .1 'I'' 0 Clcoite id Scbalk and Nunzinaker. l' Second Chloigo ...400 00 000--S 13 2' New York OlOOOOOOO1-! 7 3 Faber and SchalV; Ftaher, HuiE.ell and Walters. Athletic! Good Day. Philadelphia, 'July Philadelphia hit Da-jss and Jones. bard and easily game from Detroit 8 10 3. Jlyers not only pitched, good ball )Ut he alao scored two ruiii' and mado three singles, al of wb'fch were fig- ured In loo run letting. Detroit OMOOl 3" Philadelphia 8 Dausi, Jones and Stanage... Myers and Takta Boston, July 2i.--Bostoii .won the first game of the nerlei with SI. Lonls today, 5 to 4. Walsh tingled In the sixth and after jayrln's sacrifice and Gardner': second two-bagger, ho scored Ihe' Wlnnluc run. SI. Louis 4 9 0 BosLon. 9-1 Davenport, Hamilton and Sererold; Leonard and Thomas..'' Clr.Tetand-Wejblnjfton, both games postponed, .wet grounds. ot the- Kllbane-Lcorianl bout last night at Shllie Park again proves that, a good If tile man can't beat a good man. From the moment Ihe m'crt shook.hBT.ds until the lone I Lossed into" Ihe ring Leonard demon- strated his complete superiority''. KHbrine'a only hopo ID (he tfaird was to win by a knockout.- As -K.Ibane stepped in he was jolted by a' left liook. When he Irled.lo counter, Leon- ard, met him with a right swing. Club fa arranging handicap tourney, for next Every mom- of the cJvb eligible for en- try, and UM handkapt will be ihj of III abtinca In Edmonton of aVtcretary Oawtcn. The entry fee Will .two. pita. Trie srharwlll of jotf balli. Bttt.r call-Mr. right awy and aKrt In M thaH the handicap, .committee may get tta done V Tile 0 tin (jjaftf ihoolj Ihbi evening is Toe, next .weak! shocX, Thursday, Angdit the clun pknkblp will be shot (or. This ft M largel eveat and Ihe .win- ner. to poaseistot year at the "Aistnt Cop." NOT LOtTriOT CoilE BEFORE "IXmt cry, a Iflile Jot was heard corvedllng 'aoother, "yonr nalteoi, will, go straight up lo Dwl and yoil cin doe ip and 9 2 13. .0 IN.ACTION "How's your garden "Not nl all. I nade a mltUke." 'In .what "1 planted poutoei and .corn nl It Jndgtiur, (rod Ike rain we fcoen havfoe, r efcoiM bare..- tried water- neloM IK 'Well, Johnny's alUlMd'dhttractlon la at uurt." -Ttiat Wiat ts 'Today tW tevoher a note uylAc thai he hi tbe dlrtiwt boy the''' _ Philadelphia, Pa., July Fight AVarner Went Down 6 lo Great Game of Snappy Bull Won 1m Last Frame LOCALS LOOKING SOUTHPAWS BATTLE Doc. Dunsworth's produced a Lhree-base' clout last night ]ust aa darkness was settling over the diam- ond at 'Eckslonn Park and pullei what looked llk'e another Lie game oul of Lhe fire, giving Ike locals a six to tour victory ojer Warner and the first win. in the past .three Said anal came In" the eighlh Innings after two were down anil two strikes had been called on Doc. It looked to be all over hut the shoating. up, had skied a' one lo Ilie -Ipht y that the result neluer; Green had trotted back lo the bench by the short to first roiile. The score was four allr Then came Llv- ingetone. He picked out a 'nice one off Skinner's south aide delivery and polledI oat'a sbele.l-'Thea.tame Duns- worth 'ami alter Ihe had ]ust-abouL given It up as a'bail job, roosting on third and "Llvey" had with thR run "thai broke w, bane was puzzled. He mads a plucky] tie. anil: iron.. Iho-gjjha'. "Llvey" llie charm, anil-Bond, neit effort to turn the tide, which was roll- Ing against him. Jusl for a moment fie Lrled-to swap punches with the'art- ful, hard-hitting Leonard, That brought the end nearer. Kilbane slepped inlo a short left hand jpll, which landed on the point of the chin. H was followed-by'a right on tlie Jan- and Ihe world's fea- therweight champion was sent'to tlie mat. lie was too plucky to take a count. H might have for another round, hul he straggled to bis feet, dazed, helpless and tog weak to defend himself. As he reeled across the ring facing the grandstand crowd, tho bell i-angl The towe.1 appeared, Ihe-.bout was over and the best man Won. Leonard and Kllbane set a record for Ihelr clash In pugilism when'each received for engaging" 1n the battle at Philadelphia. As; they fonghl only three rounds they" had up alter Dunswbrth's psychological poked out a: hoi single whloh scored Doc from third. Thep. Rntledge zipped a hot one through the Infield, hat Evans, who couldn't locale Sig- ner's left hand slanls slruck out for the third time and' Uaplre Morrison, who had had rather a' warm time of It, called Lhe earae. Dunsworth ivasn't the only man on the team worthy of special mention. It looks'as if Lotuhridge'haa localcd a real pitcher who Jnal breezed-In.un- heralded and let Ihe famous Wftraer- ILcs 'down In a cool -and masterly fashion'that made the fans warm right up to him. RuMedgc canie.Iu the olli er lo practice from his farm be tween'Uafons and Diamond City and said he wouldn't mind If ho did toss a game jusl lo see whether ho had Ihe stuff. PREXY MR IS Every Ylab tn tbe National league stands ready to vote for 'Ihe re-elec- lion of Governor John K. Tener to presldendy. The club owners are en- tirely sathned with the governor's administration and when his (erm 'of office expires in December will re- ceive a ananrmons requeal to serve again for Are years. Governor Tener recently announced that he was not a caiidldflfe for ''re-election, -By- that he probably meant thai he would not nsk his colleagues to vote for him. Bnt the National league men, with- out exception, titl that" Governor Tener has directed liielr affairs' with fairness and diplomacy. "No 'tOTm'er president circuit. erer, had co many Intricate problems to handle. Wlien the governor, waa .elected, In .De- 1913, he Brat encountered the wnr with the Federal .which flnilly.was settled largely became of his personal The trouble with the Players' Fraternity sJso eliminated pmrlly Ihronaji Tener's Influence. The Baltimore Federal IMEM 'club's salt 'waa 'wKlH drawn wtien (he (orcrnoT's attonnyt laid their carts on the table, ll other1 wiys Teaer hu steered the ship tnto conptntlvely smooth water tn afitte of the facl that he has not fceei to exercise the auLDcrallc power with .which President Johnson erf lie American league Is ckrlked. WvM the ten- iJer it re-electron lo Tener In. Decem- ber IL seem lo be b. tie koW, NOBLEME CIGARS "Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD THREE SIZES 2 tor 25c. 9. DAVIS Ott SONS LIMITED, KOMTRCAL. Xalnn of good elgan fur TO jwon, Mi Winners of Gold Medals: Paris 1863, Philadelphia 187 6, etc. atefo? running catch' and a perfect peg to. Lhe plale, but Ills Umps, who was in a generous niood towards the visit- ors; called Malhaem sale. However in Ihelr half Lelbbrldge got even. Snow lilt a two base beauty to Lhe left [leld boards but was caught going to Lbird, Cbsgrifr forcing- him. But fsom produced a two-ba'Ee swat and Cosy home. Then Jerry Miller spilled the beans, dropping one' and booting one and Isom and Green icored. Three runs, pulling Lelh- bridge two ahead; There. doing till 'the fatal eighth. In that Innings Warter got two on a hit aiid a forceont- Then Luker lilt to Isom. He juggled It cud forgot there were runners on. They had both crossed the plate before' he came to. Isom was playing second last night Instead of [irst and wsen't just at homo as .rnuch as usual. How- ever, a fly to Dunsworth started a double play that killed. oft. the side, Dunswortb to Cosgriff to Llvlngaton. Then came thd Lelhbrldge end of the inning already told. It was a'bat- tle between left hinders, with Rul- leage having the beat of The bo xscore: 35 4 6 21 7 4 AB R H PO A E G 0 0 0 0 (I 1 1 4011-0 4113 produced' last-night was] plainly ap parent. He had (he'; JVarner boys wnllting at his (lenders at an appalling rale. They collected all singles oil his dellrVry, nnd only In Lhe first, when "rlfey annexed a run, did he allow more Ltan two In a row. HuLledge stands about 75 Inches skyward In the box 'and flings from the awkward ilde.y. He was plainly holding himself under cover last nlga'l. II Is known that he has steam Lo barn, but he was content'to use his slow foolers. With Totals 35 6 9 24 9 Luker, Ib lltgford, S3 Ford, c Berg, 31) Miller, 2h Graham, Ij Mclhaem, cl Old, rf Skinner, p Totals LeLhbridge-j Evans, rf Snow..3b ss Isom, 2b If Livingston, Ib Dunswprtn, cf Bond, c AB H H PO A E 0 0 '0 3 1 1 4 1 1 4 2 1 4 12 3 1 '0 4 0 '1 9 0 0 Hnfledse, p ..301113 a fMl-.nne to ml.v. with the wares he eihfblted last nlghl he should, be a aani nan Lo beat. He Is a little out In fielding his position, but that.can bo easily remedied- 'rjp nil the very end ot tie tame II was a'slzzlcr that kept the fans on pLna. ajid things. .In tbe. first Warner got a' run on two hits and a pass. Lethbrldge drow a blank. Lethbrldge eirened It up in Uid'-second te the tofwtwt, stMl ma4e, the moat received a of Cteyateii 412 Ml Score by R. II. E G I Lclhbrldge......010 003 9.7 Called end of eighth account dark- ness.-' x base hit, puns- base Snow, Isom; Coigrlff, Isom, Green, I-lvlngston. Diinswqrth, Miller) slruck out by .Rntledge 7, by Skinner 7; liases on bills, off Kullcdgo 1, off Skin- ner 1; hit by pitcher, by Riilledge 1, Sklnnor 1; double play, Dunaworlh to CosErllt to Llvlnpalon; passed halls Ford" 2; earned runs, Warner 0, Lelk- brldgo 3; lelt on bases, Warner 10, Lethbridge 7.- Time of game, Z hours 15 minutes. Umpire Jack Morrison. The Aitoift WW Seeks bnt equipment for Mi car will mike door. For here he will flml sfl newest sucyllee of We handle only and enturc n ninwd hy VM uhiT pnmwfv vf nwfiy. ojf txperf We SeU Warner Complies with Alberto Veklele Act whlcfc mprtiTs wlaiie IA BAALIM MOTOR Oft, or, ;