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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Mc Maims TAr 3 Marnuard, Coombs, Smith and Siey-crB; Grimes, Jacobs and Schmidt. No other games scheduled. 3. INTERNATIONAL Pir6t game-Newark 3, Toronto 1. Second game-Newark 10, Toronto First game-Baltimore 10, Buffalo 6. Second game-Baltimore 1, falo 4. Richmond 8, Montreal 7. Buf- PACIFIC COAST At San Francisco-San Francisco 4, Oakland 1. At Los Angels-Portland 1, Los Angels ;s. At Salt Lake-Vernon 4, Salt lake 7. St. Louis........ 30 Philadelphia .... 33 32 35 43 44 44 51 56 01 PC .652 .602 .533 .511 .500 .414 .391 .393 KiLBANE LOSES TO LEONARD BY TECHNICAL KAYO AND RUTLEDGE'S NGA1V1E Warner Went Down 6 to 4- Great Game of Snappy Bali Won In Last Frame LOCALS LOOKING UP- SOUTHPAWS BATTLE Doc. Dunsworth's willow produced a throe-base clout last night just as darkness was settling over the diamond at Eckstoiwn Park and pulled what looked like another tie game out of the fire, giving the locals a six to four victory over Warner and tho first win In the past three weeks. Said swat came in the eighth innings after two were down and two strikes had been called on Doe. It looked to be all over but the shouting. Isom, first up, -Fight |la(] si{je{) a Joug one to the right result fielder. Green had trotted back to the GOLF HANDICAP NEXT SATURDAY All Members of Club Eligible Send In Your Name to S. J. Shepherd Chicago Takes Double Header. New York, July 25.-Chicago defeated New York in both sections of a double header today by scores of 4 to 1 and 5 to 1. In the first game Cicotte. pitched his usual strong game against the Yankees. The visitors won tho second game in the first Inning, when they knocked Fisher out of the box, scoring four runs on five hits, a fumblo by Gedeson and a sacrifice fly. First game- Chicago...... 000 000 220-4 10 3 New York .. .. 000 001 000-1 7 0 Cicotte ad Schalk Alogrldge and Nunamaker. Second game- Chicago ...... 400 00 000-5 12 2" Now York .. .010 000 000-1 7 3 Kaber and Schalk; Fisher, Russell and Walters. Athletics Good Day. Philadelphia, July 25.-Philadelphia hit Dauss and Jones hard and oasily won today's game from Detroit 8 to 3. Myers not only pitched good ball but he also scored two runs and made three singles, al of which were figured in the run getting. Detroit ...... 000 001101-3 9 2 Philadelphia . . 000 022 13x-8 13 0 DaiiBB, Jones and Stanage.. Myers and Schang. Boston Takes First. Boston, July 25.-Boston won tho first game of the series with St. Louis today, 5 to 4. Walsh singled In the sixth and after Javrin's sacrifice and Gardner's second two-bagger, ho scored the winning run. St. Louis..... 102100 000-4 9 0 Boston ....... 100 03100X-5 9 1 Davenport, Hamilton and Severold; Leonard and Thomas. Cleveland-Washington, both gamps postponed, wet grounds. Philadelphia, Pa., July 2G.-experts today agreed that the ___ of the Kllbane-Leonard bout last night; bench by the short to~ first "route'. The at Shibo Park again proves that a,score was four al, Then Ciimo Liv. good liule man can't beat a good big. ingstone He pickei out a nice ono off Skinner's south side delivery and NOBLEMEN CIGARS "Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD V* THREE SIZES t Superiores- ' 2 Invincibles- for Coronas- 25c. / 9. DAVI9 ah error by Livingston and a sacrifice fly by Luker.-*? "Her �kUd to Dmuwortu who erode a iwt*! Old, if........ 4 Skinner, p...... 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 Totals .. .. Lethbrldge-^ Evans, rf .. 35 4 6 24 7 4 AB It H PO 5 0 0 0 Snow, 3b .. . Cosgriff,' ss Isom, 2b .. . Green, If . . . Livingston, lb Dunsworth, cf Bond, c..... Rutledge, p .. Totals .. 35 6 9 24 9 7 The first entry for the big baseball tourney during Stampede wek Is in. Manager Suggltt of the Coaldale huskies called up this morning and said that their $25 entrance fee would be posted without delay. Warner said last night that they would likely be among the contenders. They want to wait a little to see how soon the harvest is coming on, but they are hopeful they will be able to be in the swim. Just who will play Letlibridge here In the Saturday evening fixture is not decided yet. An effort is being made today to bring Nobleford In. Lethbrldge promises to Invade Carmangay next Wednesday in force to make up for the fiasco which occurred here when Carmangay visited this' city. Lethbrldge is going out with the strongest team of the year with Rutledge to do the pitching. The Auto Club le already at work trying to gst anywhere from SO to 100 automobiles to make the trip and take) the team along. The trip comae on a holiday, giving the buslnee men a chance to do honor to the Carmangay people, and Chairman Graham of the entertainment committee of the Cornwall, Ont., July 35.-The first contest In the home and home lacrosse series that is to be played by Ottawa and Cornwall is scheduled to be played at Cornwall next Saturday, the 28th, and the return match at Ottawa on August 6th. Further games may be decided upon later. 1 Indian Motorcycles Are Built Threuatwt ef Chrome Vanadium Steel Ttaie is the toughest, strongest steel made, also the most ex-fcaelve. H% nave last received a �hip* ment of Cleveland Blcyoles.- Something new and a beauty, every oae of them. D.LMacDotiiU Phone 1032 412 4th Ave. Score by innings- R. H. E. Warner......100 00102-4 fi 4 Lethbrldge......010 003 02-6 9 7 Called end of eighth account darkness. \ Summary-Three base hit, Dunsworth ; two base hits, Snow, Isom; stolon bases, Cosgriff, Isom, Green, Livingston, Dunsworth, Miller; struck out by Rutledge 7, by Skinner 7; bases on balls, off Rutledgo 1, off Skinner 1; hit by pitcher, by Rutledge 1, Sklnnor 1; double play, Dunsworth to Cosgriff to Livingston; passed balls Ford 2; earned runs, Wurner 0, Lethbrldge 8; left on bases, Warner 10, Letlibridge 7. Time of game, 2 hours 15 minutes. Umpire Jack Morrison. IT* The Autoist Wko Seeks The best equipment for hie car will make no mistake . when he drives up to ear door. For here he will find all the newsst and beet In auto supplies of every dsacriptlen. We handle standard product* only and the satisfaction they ensure Is attested by the regular patronage ef many ef the most experienced motorists In this locality. We Sell Warner Lenses Complies with the Alberta Motor Vehicle Act which requires two white lights in front. BAALIM MOTOR 0& BACK Of UNION BANK ;