Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY: JUNE -i, P. [.ETHBRIDGE JiAILt IIEHALD PACK THREE 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus I GCffT Vrfyif YOU OLorfOeRV- TO ONE NT 1HE ULET TOWN Lethbridge Trims Magrath in Great Game Here, 5 to 2 Inappy Saiuritay Evening Game Drew Good Gillls Filchtd Creul KM, Holding Magrath Rimless All Bui One Frame SPORTS Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. New York....... ?2 Philadelphia 23 Chicago 27 Rt, Louis Brooklyn 14 llOEtOU......... 13 Cincinnati ___'... IS PLtlGUurg 13 12 -13 ID IE 25 27 SATURDAY GAMES. P.C. .CJ7 .01J .513 .410 .419 .325 Joslon......... aeo.......... York........ Clcreland Detroit.......... SI. Lculs 'tillnclclphli..... iVaahinglon Philadelphia Pitlsuurp .Grliics.. _ 'Mi'llcr 'nn'a 'FlBcher! Hoston 4" t 0 Cincinnati 2 7 1 NoM Kllcr and Drooklyn. Chicago S 2 Hell, Coomus and Sillier-, gcaion, Fro's'icigasl and Elliott. New York 5 3 2 Bt. -Lmifs -flOJ 000 1' 3 I on and .McCarthy; Eoak; North and-Rnyder. SUNDAY GAMES. Bunched HiU. Chicago. June hunched hlls today anil defeated Brooklyn to 2. 'The locals bunched four of their oix hits In the fourth lining. One o[ them was a homer bv Doyle. Brooklyn-.V. (XKMJOO llfc-4 8 3 G 1 Cailore and Douglas 'and JSIlloU. '_ 10-lnnrng .Game ClncJimaUri.lunc ,a 10-lnniiig game here today Cincinnati won fron Doalon 6.to S. Meranvllle .sprained his ankle In the sixth Inning and raaj bo'out of the'game for aorae time. HoBto'a 5 1.1 3 Cincinnati 110 003 000 II 2 Rudolph and Gowdy; Toney and Wlngo, .Double Game. Sl.'La.ulf, Louts won Oakland 1. todfiy's from Now York chiefly I AI porUand Con Mies' double, single, ivlld and Urulse's hit In tho ptTcntli. The score! 17M 3 10 1, York 000 010 AMERICAN Won. Lost. 21 21. 1G d him easily, completing WHIiams lay and retiring tbc side. H Tyson Livingston If'' arl'lield third lie would Lave been afc. Magralh opened up the fourth, .with. Totals i fusilade Hist threatened badly. incvr fouled out to Isom. Berg liit r Texas leaguer over Whiter ss .truck out, Uerg stealing. Lang drift- Taylor, 1b d one down to short. Cosvllle made Snow, cf- a liivr r.eg which went through Isom, Berg, Berg scoring. Brewerton hit and WliEtey. stole, scoring Lang. Cram hit over Lang, ps hird. Brewcrton tried to score but Drcwerton, 1[ i jierfect peg by Livingston from left Cram.r f.. cut him down al the plate with Gilbert, 2b ten feet lo spare. Magrath never really threatened after llic fourth, al- Totals though Bcre gol lo tliird in the eighth on a walk and two steals. Lelhbridge evened 11 up In the fifth when they crossed the pan twice. C'os-j ville took one in Hie slats. Evans laid' a nice bunt'puUlng Cosville on second. Isom delivered a nice biLJ scoring Hie runner. Isom stole and scored when Tyson's grounder was; fielded aiid thrown through first. Lelh7j bridge waa retired in order in (he and Tyson ,would .gone o cc-nirc where he would h'ave idded jltilnn ability to llie outfield. The :earu, however, is bal- ance. A little more practice with be Infield togpther would" produce snappy which might hive result- ed in a couple of doubles In. Satur- day night's game. Tbe box score: AH n H PO'A B Walsh, c Cosville. as Evans. 2b Score by .ethbridgc HIlE- -ethbridge J. ..Ill runs, Lclhbrldge Magrath 1; struck out by Gillls 10, Lang 7, lilt by pitcher, by Long. DUCJ uid Cosville; ou Ifalls, off Gillis 2, oft Lang 2; double plays, g to tint base on error. Lelhb'rldge- 3, Mifralh 3. Time ot game, Umpire Jack Morrison. ..34 5 7 27 11 3 AH R II PO A B 001 0 1 10 0 1 0 I u 0 3 0 34 2 C 24 H 4 PAY OFF CREDIT Montreal, li understood that tbc agnta of the Royal Wneat Commission of Great BrlUJn will pay off the sis iDOntbs1 reTolrim credit of Brantfd.lo Ibo comrolj- sion by a syndicate' of Canadkn bi'nlcs last November. The credit wia tended lo facilitate Great-rBriUln'i purchase of a large amount adlan M'heat, near Cardstori, a ol! country kidsV'v_: was stingy with bis hits In all but for good measure when Gilbert the fourth innings' when they gaUicred two fti succession through his sixth. In the seventh they added one lei KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER NOW OWNED IN MONTREAL Belrnont Park, X. Y_, June fonl Vieu, a Jlonlreel merchant pur- chased Omar Khayyam, the Kentucky Derby winner, at auction here today, for J2C.OOO. Mo .planned lo start his purchase this .afternoon In Ihc Withers, one of America's classics. KING GORIN WINS KENTUCKY HANDICAP ID, Et. !iouis 0 0 flnydcr; ,'i.nj ATacCfcrty; Amc-s nni X KORTHERN iVtirtu Wlunlpeg 5. rarjo-Kooriheail 7, 'Mlnol 7. Call- d cl end of 8th, ilRrltncss.. SUNDAY GAMES. Fmrgo-Mcorehcnd 2, Minot 6. 4, Warren 9. -PortLftiid 2, Vcrnon 3- SUNDAY GXMES. At San Francisco---First Ball Lake 5, 3, 2; Oakland S. Second Lake 0, 4, 1; Ky., June fifth renewal of tlie Kentucky Handicap at Douglas Park here today wna won by ft. llakcr and companys'" King Gorin, ridden by Jockey M. Garner, Cudgel was second ana third, the lime for (lie mile and a quarter vns 2.04 1-5. three oh" his delivery. He hpld them in five innings and rimless In l.but one. gs b'roke opeii the run col- inn in the second. Snow dropped lofty one oft Tyson's club who ?le" second. Williams produced a ice single sending Tyson lo third. Ivlngstone hit lo UIB infield and yson beat it out attlhe plate. Mean- hlle Williams second, and Walsh were out. Cos- ille struck out hul Whltey dropped "ic. third strike and stood Hke a dumb nin. EverybnHy; safe, tl rcat chance for Evans to put the ame cm ice. but he dumped a weak down in front of Lang and utai. first. Both sides were easy oule in the hlrd. ivas retired on sereii Itched balls. Berg took care of (he tethhriilgo crew in their half. Eom popped to the Warner star, jlllls got a walk.- '.Tyson got n. hit, ending Gillls to third and rooslcd on econd in the'throw-in. Williams umpedVdown. an easy, one to Lang1 'ho.threw loJjerg; Serg caught Gjl "Did you enjoy that Menhen shave Oakland 4, 10, J. At Los Francfsco 2 0, 0; Los 3, I. Second -J, S, 0; 1-ofi AngclCfi 0, 10, 0. At Portland, 14 innlnes, Vemon 3, 7, 8; Portlind 4, 11. 0. INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES. First 0, 10, 2; Buf- falo. 6, 7. o.- 'Second 0, S, 1; a'litraio 3, 10, i. Fir.sl 2, 0, csfcr G, 10, 2, Second 4, S, 1; Ilochcalcr 3, 0, 2. First Newark, 6, 1, 1; Balti- more- 2, 3, '3.- Second 5, 10, 2; Hal Mm ore 16, l. f first 1, i4, 2; Illclimoml 2, 6, 1, Second 6, 0, 1; Illchmond 4, 9, 5, w NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES At I, Vancouver 22- At 3, Seattle 5, Al (Ircat Kalis 6, ta- comi 7. SUNDAY GAMES. Al Spoknnc-rFlrflt Seattle 2, 8, 1; Spokane 4, 5, I.i.''... Setond gflme-r-Stallle 7, SpO- kanfe 8; 11, 0; fc AL Bnlte-rKlrc.l game; Vancouver 3j riutte Second gftmc 1, 2, 0; Bullo 3, 10r 2.' At Great Tn- Great C, Snconci' 4. 7, 3; 9f7t 3, 1 ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES. Milwaukee 3, 7, 0: Columbus St. Paul 2, 4, C; Toledo 3, 11, 1. Kansas City 3, 8, -Louisville 2. Minneapolfa 6, 0; rndfanapoKs f American universities have been selecting their captains (or 1913. B> that lime thero may he no one lo captain. Thcro'e a novelty now about any tennis match not won fcjr Miss Moll; YOUNG KETCHELL DIES AS RESULT OF FIGHT; OPPONENT IN JAIL I'ollsville, June MlchaclZubachal, 21 ycnrs of ngo, a mWIcwclglit puglHat of Pa., who fought .under the nnmo of Young Kelchcll died In a hospltaf here today as A result of a box- ing ioul Thursday night. Ed- die Rovplra, .of Philadelphia, hla opponent, And others con- nectcrf wltli Ihe bout were 'committed lo jail to await the action of tho coroner, Tho ref- eree, Frank O'Brien, of Phila- delphia, was lieltl under ball da witness. SvarU got on on a Gilbert error. So did Isom. GilUs laid one doivn Berg's way, and he disposed of Evana on third unasaisled. fsom and Gillis pulled the double steal. Tyson liit fcly lo right, scoring Isom Lai Gil- vras cut down at the plate oc a good peg by Cram. Lelhbridge turned the 'irlck again In the eighth on a couple of hits. Wil- liams blngled. ravines lone walked, hul was later forced p.l second by Rus4- Walsli his rirsl hit of the scoring Tyson. Cosvillc and Kvans were easy outs. >Iagrath went''down In order in their half ol Ihc ninth and Ihc game was over. The Lethbridge team looked better list nlghl than they did on May2-1. Cosvllle plays a nice game at short although he let two away from him. He plays noslllou'ratlier deep, hut he handles himself well and adds pep to the infield. Walsh caught his usual snappy game. Dcrg was the only man who could gel away [rom him, and "the Warner man pilfered three, Wltli- DeMar on the mound." GHHs would liavc played the aiykward WE HAVE FOR SALE New 1917 Ford Gar................... One Ford, nparly nftu Two Fords, each One Overland One Studebaker THESE CARS ARE ALL IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION BAALIM MOTOR CO. HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. SACK OF UNION BANK I 4 c> i i A Difficulty Solved U Webster defines a Razor as "A Atirp-edged iiutnnnept mcd for but failed to specify the method of keeping it sharp. 1 Strayed a Duir ol cuinUry wen you wffl fUifly par for.H. joor euiaot topplr rao.