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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 9. 1017 7'iiK J-vrrunniDGK WILY HKIWI.D PACK TI1REB 'BRINGING UP FATHER" >y G. McManus j HOME tf WE'LL 'WE A NICE Big League Baseball NATIONAL Philadelphia New York Chicago...... SI. .Itroohlyu Pilsliurc..... Losl. 14 19 2? 20 P.C. >.C4I .590 .515 Joslon Cliicaco........ York...... Olcvchincl........ DeLroil........ Louis........ A Great, Game. Chicago. June BhuL but Chicago 1 lo 0 here loday. lllxoyirnl Douglks hail a, great plCchJ duel. The latler was unliittablc Tllllll the eighth Inning. Philadelphia 2 1 Clilcago. .i' 000 000 4 1 Rfxey and KIllKcr; Douglas and Wilson. Glricy's Again. Cinclnunti, .func look (lie game from New York 2 lo 1. Wilh the score lied ]n Ihc ninth FJetcher'9 wild Ihrovr In an altempl- ccl doubje play allowpd Wingo (o lake second. He scored a uomcrtl later on Thorpe's single. Now York 4 2 Cincinnati 2 6 0 and Raridcn; Milchcll ind Wlnjo. Rally sni Win. 'PIl'slnirG.-.Jiiiie rtc- fcaleil Brooklyn [nday o to 1. llic honic le'ani rallying in (lie seventh and clglilh innings after the score was 4 to 0 in' favor or the visitors. I 12 2 PiUsburB' 000000 5 1 MrirfL'iiard. Doll, Coombs n'ml Mey- ers; Coojicr. Miller and Wagner. Win on St. Louis. SI. Fioiils, June Lonls coup- led haso hits willi has'os on balls am! errors ]n Ihc first, fifth and elglilli Innings today easily ilcfcilcil TJoston 9 to 1.-- lloslon .......000000100-1 fi F SI. 13 0 llliciolph and Gowdy; Packard an( Snyder. NORTH ERN_ Wlnnlpcs 2, 2, 1; Fargo-Moorohca the onslaught. They lilt the with everything but the out field "fence antlifthir three baggers were aimed at (hat. Dollar proved a'disappointment to llic Tans, but they have the satisrae- (ipn of knowing Ilia I Ihc locals got a lot ol nully playing oul of Ihclr sys- tems. As n matter of fact, last even- lug's nightmare vras the best thing that could have happened the lorals, and IT (.hey 1 earned tho lesson they TV 111 go .out and uirflil up a real ball team. The material is In the city (o It. and pitching material among can'1 pitch, every game, but the world Is lull of Iwirlerc. Crowds like that of last night deserve lio best that can nn trolled out. And the loyal fans there have seen verse giunus of hall played (dan (hat if last night. ave ilagcd right In the pro. leagues, so hecr-iip. As ivc before It was C.IF.C of too much Snow. The uond mounds man had loo much and ho fed ll over, lie struck out six men in succession, 10 in 4 mil 12 altogether. In Hie third he 'aimed llic sJrle. Ho got good oo, and there was batting power lo juni. The local fielding was strictly on ho blink. It was open, many ?loul9 for 111 Is (hat should have men garnered in. Tlie less detail we herein describe .lie heller for tho nerves of the fans. Enough lo "say that Raymond hrni jilcd up seven juicy runs before DC J.lnr was derrlckcd. Thai's tlio whole story. The only time Lethbridgc got icar the water pall was In the six Hi itnnzft when Walsh walked, stole, nni Isoiii brought him home ivilh screaming single, The locals also ha Ilio sacks populated In the sercnlj Imt Walsh popped an easy one lo second. jiilUxl off a circus catch of Hlck'ciTs bal io the second when he ran back, grahlicd (he ball and EomcrsauK. Raymond staged a nice double In Ihe .tcventli. V. (JUlla Binf-lctl, Tyson then hit to iillchor Gillis bclnfi down at second nm Tyson at .first. The above Ting been plcnly pain fnl end we will draw tho veil over the awful del-ills. Figures don't lie bu Ilicy don't H any worse (liati Ii really, n-na- Here they nre: AD U 11 PO A B Totals Score by 30 1 G 24 3 K. H. B. IS 1 Lellibridse .000 001 l r, 9 Summary: hits, Brewer- ton, King, lllckcn, Stevens; two base hits, Snow; .itrnck out by Snow 12, by De51ar 2, by Gillis 7; liH by pitcher Powell by DcMar; stolen bases Hick- en 2, Skonsen, Powell, Naldcr, Green Walsh, Isom 2; first base an errors ctlibridcc Haymond 7; double play. now to llrcwcrlon to Powell; lime of Umpire Jack Jlorrlson. cf Hlckcn, c..... Snow, p Bkousqn, rf 2b 62 4 0 2 C a 3 1 0 62322 UUlLLLLlLLUm t ftr TTT1 A K E COLLAR (or Me: TOOKF, BROS. HUTTED Sport Summary Chicago, June Chip, middleweight of Newcastle, Pa., defeated George "Knock Out" Brown, in a ten round no-decision bout at Rjcinc, f Johnny K11bane. world's ctiam- pion ftMherwelght, has signed a contract with promoter Matt Hln- of Cleveland Lo fight Benny Leonard, lightweight champion, twelve rounds at Canton, Oh jo, July 4. The contract calls for 123 rounds, ringside. Hlnkel Is now in New York, ecckinn to get Leonard's signature to the con- tract. Earl Csddack, of detea ed Joe Rivers of Chicago The Reason For SIZES Of three men, all wearing a size 15 W. G. R. shirt, one may have a' thin neck, one a medium neck and one a stout neck. Only for the medium neck should the same size collar as the shirt be worn.) The'thin neck requires a collar a quarter-' size smaller than the shirt. stout neck a quarter-size larger. Look in your looking glass and see if a J41 size larger or smaller W. G. R. would improve your neck appearance or add to your comfort. shltts, collars, pyjamas, summer J underwear and boys' blouses hearing v Ihc W. O. U. (rade mark are quality-first pioducts in every respect. The Excelsior Kushion Sprocket Is (he greatest improvement ever made in motorcycle design. Sunday I got 03 miles on luilf gallon of gusolhie, the lirst lost I imt the Kirohioii .Sprocket tlirough over very bad roads. As for parts for the (iood Old X, I have the largest stock in Western Canada. The Lmncible Stock Excelsior Fills the Bill MORT PRIEST, Agent 511 Sixth Street Swuth ;