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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 28, 15117 THK LFTHimiDGE 1MII/T IlKBALP PA OF. THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER By G. McM anu - >--~ League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. p.c. Now York .... ... f>~> 28 .063 �13 Jihl St. Louis..... ... �!!> 40 .".51 Philadelphia .. ... n 40 .511! Chicago . �. .. .. .. 11 47 .ISf .100 Brooklyn .. ... '1(1 �17 Boston...... ... :ti; fiK .:;s3 .348 Pittsburg .. .. ... :u 58 AMERICAN Won. Lost. Giant*' Again. Chicago, July 27.-Siilloo hold Chicago to four lilts, today while New York hit I)emnreo opportunely ami won its second straight garao from tho locals 3 to 1. Deniareo pitched n good game, but the visitors bunched hits in the first and seventli innings. New York .. .. 100 002 000-3 11 1 Chicago ...... 000 000 001-1 4 2 Salleo and Gibson, Kariden; De-marco and IMlhoefer. Matty Wins Too. Cincinnati, July 27.-Tho locals had much the better of two batting rallies in tho fifth Inning of today's game and accumulated enough runs to win within that round, the final score was fl to 4. Philadelphia . . 200 000 011-1 G 2 Cincinnati . .. DOOOOOOlx-0 !) 1 .Mayer, Bender and Burns; Toncy and Wtngo. Easy For Pittsburg. Pittsburg, July 27.-Cooper was safe all the way in today's gaino and Pittsburg easily won from Brooklyn 5 to 1, Daubert's triple and .Myer's sacrifice fly scored tho only Brooklyn run In the first. Brooklyn . . .. 100 000 000-1 3 1 Pittsburg .. .. 100 003 10x-.v 11. I) Coombs and M. Wheat; Cooper and Fischer. Beat Boston. St. Louis, July 27-St. Louis beat Boston in 11 innings today 4 to 3. In tho llth Cruise, doubled, took third on a single by Pauletto and scored on Ames' single. Tyler,  batting for Nehf, tied the score after two were out in the ninth with a slnglo which scored C. Smith. Boston.....200 000 001 00-3 14 1 St. Louis ____ 000 201 000 01-4 10 2 Allan, Ragan, Nehf, Barnos and Tragressor; Packard, Amos and Snyder. Chicago...... .. 01 33 35 Cleveland .. .. 51. 45 Detroit...... ... 4S 45 New York .. ... 45 45 Washington .. ... 3S 53 Philadelphia .. ... 34 53 30 5S p.C .G40 .till .531 .510 .500 .US .391 .341 Chicago Wins Hard Hitting Game New York, July 27.-Chicago defeated New York in a hard hitting game here today by a score of 9 to 5. Chicago ...... 102 120 030-9 13 0 New York .. .. 010 012 100-5 l.'l 2 Russell, CIcotte and Lynn; Caldweli, Love, Shocker, Mogridge and Walters. Trapped Ball Stunt. Philadelphia, July 27.-Detroit hit the deliveries of Johnson and Anderson hard and eauily won today's game 11 to 3. Cobb, who made a double and a single and was robbed of a triple by Jamieson in live times at bat, pulled tho trapped ball trick in the third Inning, with one out, Bodio on second and Hates on first, Cobb trapped Slc-Innes' fly to short center field, and threw to Young, forcing out Bates, Young then throw to Vitt and Bodio was doubled up at third. Detroit .... 300 300 104-11 12 0 Philadelphia . 201 000 000- 3 S 4 Khmke and Stannge; Johnson, Anderson and Meyer. Broke Even. Washington, July 27.-Cleveland and Washington broke even in a double header today tho visitors winning the first 3 to 2, and the locals taking tho second 5 to 2. Cleveland..... 111.000 000-3 Washington . . 100 010 000-2 Boehling, Labeth and Billings if a and Ilonry. Second game- Cleveland . ... 000 100 f>01-2 Washington . . 001 200 11x-5 .Morton, Gould and Deberry; and Ainsmlth. St. Louis-Boston postponed, Two games tomorrow. PACIFIC COAST At San Francisco-Frisco 6, Oakland 2. At Salt Lake-Vernon 5, Salt Lake 2. At Los AngeleB-Portland 7, Los Angeles 4. Sport Summary Chicago, III., July 28.-Ctdar Rapids, Iowa, withdrew from the Central Association yesterday at a meeting of the directors of the league at Waterloo. Efforts are being made to place the club in Webstar City. If It Is found Impossible to place the team by August 1, it is said the league probably will be forced to disband, although all clubs except Cedar Rapids voted to continue through the season. Coaldale Sluggers With Roger Lund In Box lo Furnish the Excitement 8 0 7 1 Gal- 11 2 Shaw rain. Suggett's Sluggers from Coal-daie will be with us tonight for the regular Saturday evening pastime fjsrformance at Eckstorm Park. Lethbrldge and Cosldale have met twice on the diamond this season, and Lethbridge has won both games. The locals took the first at home by 4 to 2 in one of the best games of the season. The other they won at Coaldale, annexing fifty iron men into the bargain. But tonight it may be different. Big Roger Lund will be on the mound for the visitors. He is in great form. The other evening he pitched for Medicine Hat against Orion, letting the shining lights of the latter town down with one hit and shutting them out 5 to 0. Snow will hurl them over for Lethbrldge. He has practically recovered from his sore arm received when he was thrown over Johnston's leg at first base, lighting on his right arm. The locals have been playing nice ball during the past two games and am out to keep up the good work tonight. The game is called for 6.15. ASSOCIATION Columbus 0, St. Paul 1. Indianapolis 2, Milwaukee 4. Louisville 5, Minneapolis 7. INTERNATIONAL Newark 0, Toronto 7. Providence 3, Rochester, 1. Baltimore 2, Buffalo 5. Richmond 6, Montreal I. Ban Johnson, president of the American league, has urged baseball players not to claim exemption under tho draft for the new national army. President Johnson also Hid the American League was prepared to shorten the season and call off the world series this fall If the government deems It ntctiMr/ �� a war measure. BARROW NOT 10 At next Thursday evening's shoot o� the local Gun Club the special feature will be an event for tho club championship. This is a 50 target event and the winner Is entitled the possession, tor one year, of the Adams Cup. This cup was presented to tho club by Mayor Adams In 1910 and has been won in succession by tho following shooters: 1910-J. C. Livingstone .........48-50 1911- J. C. Livingstone .........46-50 1912-A. B. Stafford ............42-50 1913-G. H, Muir...............45-50 1914-Harry Pilling ............40-50 1915-J. H. McDonnell .........41-60 1916-Harry Pilling ............48-50 The club has decided to stage their tournament during Stampede week. The timo selected being Thursday morning, shooting to commonce about 9 o'clock. The tournument would thon be over about noon sn  that visiting shooters would be able to take in ^ho oventu on the grounds. Now York, July 2S.-There is no foundation .to the reports that have beon current for a couple of months or more to the effect that President Edward G. Barrow, of the Interna tlonal league is to succoed John Kin ley Tener as chief executive of the National league. Several weeks ago Tener announced that he would not again be a candidate for the presidency of the league. Since that time several names have been associated with tho office, among them that of Barrow. . ' Roy Beeves, secretary to President Tener, said tonight that there is nothing whatever in the story, so far aa Barrow is concerned. The latter could not bo reached tonight. In the best informed baseball circles the rumor is entirely discredited. A NEW SMART MODEL T O O K E COLLAR ttc. etch, 3 for Mc. TOOKli BROS. LIMITED Mwken Montreal Kitchen fl f Mystery 'FOB spoht fans There are picnics And picnics. There was a picnic When infants strayed From mother's arms And went to Taber NOBLE Unchaperonod. There will be Another kind of picnic At Carmangay Next Wednesday, When half Lethbrldge Will go up CIGARS Made for those who want the best." NOW SOLD IN THREE: SIZES : Superiores- 2 Invinciblcs- for Coronas- 25c. S. DAVIS > : BIBLICAL BASEBALL > .;. I*, .'. .*. �"� .*. .". .-. .-, fm m\ .% .-�  *. V V % V V  V V *�- V V Cain was the first person to use the foul strike. Joshuu made the sun stand still so j that the game wouldn't have to be called on account of darkness. Joseph was the iirst player to be sold, lie 'went to the Nile Valley league for thirteen pieces of silver. Adam was the first player to he put out of the lot. Ho was sent from the garden for eating fruit on tho coaching lines. David was the inventor of the bean bull. Casey was watching David warm up. Just then Goliath came to bat and David beaned him with an in- Even three hundred. And lose half A dozen balls Into the bargain, shoot. Said Casey: "For a busH leaguer that guy David certainly haa speed and control." Solomon never attended the game except on ladies' day,' Esau sold his baseball grounds for a mess of spinach. Samson was the champion batsman of his league, lie hit 10,000 against the Philistines. The Jerusalem team quit becauso Solomon insisted on bringing all his wives and lady friends to the game on ladies' day. Ananias' reputation was such that it may well be assumed ho was the first umpire. I Moses made the first home run. Sampson was the first base stealer^ Didn't, he carry away the gates oC Gaza? THE "TWO FOR ONE" IS COMING. Which Is some bargain You've gotta admit After they were set To hand us A horrible beating, Thinking we wero Easy pickings. Bargain prices In future games And when you're thro' Flaying gowf You can go And look at the sign For nothing. It's choap At half the price. 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