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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. JUNE THE LKTHBUIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGETHMB "BRINGING UP G. McManus ,HEV- ITS TIME. L WLL-OLO.TOP-I'LL TAKE OF XOU FOR MV MEDICINE.! SPORTS Big League Baseball PhllaaelpMa New York Chicago St. Louis Cinclnnah Brooklyn Boslo'n 'Plttsturg NATIONAL Won. Lost. 20 14 1C 20 21 23 24 22 10 15 ID 28 22 P.O. .650 -.502 .533 .421 27 .357 York Cleveland Delroit St. Washington Philadelphia SATURDAY GAMES. York Chicago Schupp and Itarlden; Dcmaree, PrandorsiEl and '.Elliott..; 0 Cincinnati 5 AMERICAN Won. LosL 33 23 24 25 20 16 17 15 15 15 20 29. P.O. .CSS ..C53 .64 S .510 AVts -.310 .357 SATURDAY GAMES. Chicago .....121100 5 Washington Scotl. Danforth and Schalk; CLOSE CONTEST Cadorc and'Mcyera; Schneider and 12 2 Pillsburg 000 230 10 2 Tyler and- Tragrcasor; Grimes, CarlGon and Wagner. I'hlladclphla-St. Louis, postponed, rain. SUNDAY PANES. A Good Game. Cincinnati, Juno won from Cincinnati hero loday 4 to 3. Doth teams Lunched their hits. After the third inning both Toncy and Smith pitched good ball. Brooklyn......10.1000 3 1 Cincinnati S 2 Smith and Toney and Clarke. Alexander Strong. SL.Louis, Juno 'was loo Elrong for SI. Ijlllls today and Philadelphia, strengthened ils hold on NrsL place b.y winning -I to 1. Sny- der was badly hurt in the fourth when one of Alexander's fast ones hit him on tho arm. Philadelphia 110101 7 Z St. Louis 100 000 -I 3 Alexander and KUIIfor; Watson, llorfllman and Snyder! A Wild Throw. Chicago, June dcfeal- ed New York C lo o loday. Chicago Elarted Ils winning rally when Zim- merman llircw Mann's- grounder wild 11 0 15 0 Har- per, Gallic >nd Alnsmllh. Louis ;V-.'100 000 C 1 Philadelphia 7 2 CJroom and' Severold; Jl. Johnson and Schang. Cleveland S 0 New York 0 Covelcskic and O'Neill; Shocker and Walters. Detroit 1 Uocion ......OpaOOO 9 1 Ehmke. and Spencer; Shore and Ca'dy. SUNDAY GAMES. A Big Score. Cleveland, June hits In a row, a sacrifice and two bases on off Coumlio combined with.a hit, a wild pilch off klepfer yielded six runs and helped Chicago to win from Cleveland today 10 lo 4. 13 1 Cleveland 33 and Schalk; Coumbe, Klepfer, Ilngby and O'Ncill. INTERNATIONAL Saturday Games. First 3, 9i 1, Vcwark 1, 7, 2. Second Providence 7, 12, 2; Newark 6, 9, 3. Firsl -I 7, 1; Buf- falo 3, 6, 1. Second 3, 12, 1; Ilutlalo G; 9, 0. First 2, 8, 1; Jlon- I Warner, June splendid garni of baseball was played here Satur day evening between Wr.rner an< .Magralh, Warner winning oul by to li. The game vs'as well-playei liiroughoul, the fielding at limes be Ing a little ragged, but the crowd go their money's worth. score runs in the first innings, and War cr got one. No further runs .wcr allied unlil the sU'.t when Warne rought in 5. In Ihc 7th Warner go nc and In llic Sth Magralli picke wo. This finished the scoring. Th atleries were: and Ford. Lang, Snow and Whltcy. lo flrsl. Hemlrlx and Zctdcr helped things along with doubles. New York 9 2 Chicago S B Perrltl, Tcswau, Sallec and Rarl- dcn; Vaughn, Hendrli and Wilson. PACIFIC COAST Saturday Camel. At I.OB Francisco II Voraon 6. At San Angeles 3; Oakland 0. .Only two gamci-BClicdulciI. 1 Gamci. First garac-fAl San Los Angeles 1 C, -1; Oakland 4, 1. Second Angeles 6, 12, 2; Oakland 7, 10, 0, Firsl Francisco 1, 11, I; Vcrnon.2, 6, 0. Second Francisco 3, 9, 1; Vernon'2, 8, 8. i First 2, C, 0'; Portland, '0. S, 2. Second I.skc 6, 5, 0; Portland 12, 13, 0, NORThKRN Saturday Gim.'a. Fargo-.Moorehcad 11, .1; Winni- peg 4, 8, 3. Warren I, 6, S, 7, 0. Sunday Oimei, Winnipeg 8, I1, 4; Kirgo-.Moorcliead J5, 20, I, -f' .Warren 6, 6, 0; Mlnot 11. 11, 1. ASSOCIATION Saturday Camel, First 3, d, I; Toledo 4, r.iln. Milwaukee 4, ji, 0; I.oulavlllc 0, S, 2. treal 4, 4, 1. Second game Toronto Montreal 2, 7, 1. C, 10, 1; 10, 14, i; First same Richmond Baltimore 6, 5, 3. Second game Richmond 3, Baltimore 4, 6. 3; 7 Inning's by agree- ment. v Sunday Gamei. First game Providence Newark 3, E. 1. Second i' '6, I1 2, 6, 2 Newark 3 6 0.' Montreal-Toronto, postponed, rain fumes scheduled. PHY "HI" ON ID Octogenarians "Will Trot Out a Team of Morrison, Pilot NORTHWESTERN Saturday Gamei. At Great Falls 1, co.uver G. I At 5, Spbkano 4. Al gamo'post- noned because ot mlno disaster. gajiio Suntey. Sunday Oamei. At 0, 3, 2; SeRtlle I, 5, 1. Second C, 5, 3; Seattle 6, S. 1. At Great Falls, postponed'rain., (lame schcd- On Wednesday evening at (he ilountcd Police gro.unds Iherc wlll'fie staged a ball game do luje wlilcli the wliole. IOVTI and IIJE wife aiiG familj' aro Invited to see 'It will be a balllc.. jclween tlie "hi" ntnn and tho rc- [ufcnatcd Old Timers who did such execution last year.- The "III" boys arc full of confidence that they can dispose of the octogenarians but the oltl boys have n different hnnch. Jock .Morrison will IcnJ Hie OM Timers into untile. If he can lake off a conulc of stone lie may fling them over himself. If not lie may call In C. Kl Urandow lo do Ihe heavy work on the mound. Tile Old Timer llnc- iin will be something like this: Froy, c.; K. Jolni3ton, first hase; E. Lcmlcux, 2b: F.. Kenny, eliort; A. D. Cummlng. Ihird base; McArthur, C'arberry, Franz, Frcll.antl olheTF, outfielders; Morrison, Doc Galltvan and others pitchers. It will bo some battle II It doesn't rain. SPORT NOTES uled for 10 Tinned. Monday ilso JOHNNY O'tEARY HAS SAM DINER ROR MANAGER ircl Kansas Clly-CoUimbus, noslponcd, ,r SI. x bold game: tofllponcd. ruin.' '1 Vancouver, June Diner, a well known 'who hns lakcn over Johnny O'Loary, arrived In lown Ihls morning and losl no llmo In Issulni; a challenge Id nlf co.mera In tho boxing game. p'Lcary la .work- ing In ono ot (ho Seattle shipbuilding nltnls, hut will gel Into (ho ring as noon as n match Is .closed. Diner Is not particular whom J6hnny mcdls. bul would like wllh Jon liny- ley, Unrry. Anderson: or nny ng'.iiwelghls'of Ihls part of.lhc conn- try. v. There must bo money In baseball. Chief Myers, (he IJrooklyn catcher, Invested a cool leu Ihousmid In war bonds. Dob hna declined lo Join his on an bvnngcllsllc mla- sion.' instead ho will hit tho' sawdust Irnll In a elrtlis. While scowling through America General Joffrc Is tnld lo have pur- chased player Pcrslilng. who will re- port for spring Irajnlrj IIIt France. "Ulll" Donov.in.'a New York Yanks proved the Tanks n( -the American league. They put an awful dent in Ihe u-cslcrn end of Uarr Johnson's circuit. ELS OF SPEAKER real Battle, Now On For Hori' ors in Leads National 'HILLIES SLUGGING HARD Ty Cobb Is back In his old lime atting form. The celebrated (Jeorg- an, according to unofficial averages, as Junipcd from scvculli to third laco in the list of American league oilers. His average la .335. Trls ipeakcr Is out In fronl ivith .305. Chapman, ol Cleveland, Increased ils lead as Ihe premier sacrifice cr and base-slealer, having 30 asc-ri- ice hits to his credit and 15 (helts. of Cleveland, is pressing lira with IS stolen bases. Weaver, of Chicago, is keeping his _iace In runs scored, having 31, while Young, of Detroit, and Hooper, of Los on are close up with 28 each. Pipp of. Kew York, still Is in possession of borne run honors with force. Boston eads in team-balling wilh an average of .241. averages include games ot last American League Lcadiug bailers for 20 or more games: Speaker, Clcwciscd...............3C5 St. Cobb, Detroit ..'..--.'............335 Mchines. Phltadelpliit .........325 Walker, Boston -...............314 Strunk, Philadelphia ...........302 Wambsgansa, Cleveland........301 Chapman, Cleveland............3CQ Miller, St. Louis ...............300 -Milan, Washington ..The-league pitchers who have par- ticipated in len or more games, ralcd according to earned runs per game, are; .G. W. L. B.H. Cicotle, Chicago ___ 15 D 2 1.00 Dumont. Washington 1124 1.00 Scott, Chicago 12 4. 4-1.36 E. A. Russell, Chicago 13 G 2 1.45 Leonard. Boston ill G 4 1.50 S.. 12.7 3 1.52 Danforlh. Chicago 12 1 1 1.53 allij, Washington 12 3 4 Shore, rioston 10 6 2 1.67 Bush, Philadelphia' 12 4 7 1.77 Boland, Detroit 10 6 1 1.S5 Jlaya, Boston...... 10 5 1 2.04 National League With an average of .347 Burns, of New York, and Rousch, of Cincinnati, nrc tied for batting honors among regulars In the National league. Jack Smith, of'St. Louis, leader aSveek ago. is 10 points behind (hem. look the lend'in runs scored wllh 23, and of Chicago, became the leader in 'sacrifice hitting wilh 13. Zelder, of Chicago, added another stolen base to his record, and leads wilh a tola! ot 11. Cravalh, of Philadelphia, maintained his lead in home run bil- ling 6. Philadclnh.la is oul in front In team an average ot .273; the averages include games of las'l Wednesday, 'leading batters [or 20 or more tames: Burn's, New York .347 Ilousch, Clndnnall........... .347 In. .340 Cruise, SI. Louis Jack Smllh, SI. Louis..........337 Ktllltcr, Philadelphia ...........323 Fischer, Pillsburg.............323 KaufT. New York ...............31S l Whilled, Philadelphia ..........305J Craralh, Pl.'.lHd'elphla ..........303! WhcaV, Brooklyn .303 The leading pitchers who have worked in ten or more games, rated according lo earned runs per game, WILL STILL PLAY STYMIES IN CANADA! Ciialrraan George S. Lyon ot rules committee of ibo Royal Cana-. dtan Golf association, lakes emphatic! exception lo a statement Issued all Ihc rccenl mcclljg of Ihe .Western Golf association'at Chicago, to the efTcct new ruling ol the W.G.A. doing away with stymies ap- plies to Canadian golf. "The Western Golf association did Lake radical action and ellmlnaled stymies, but the ruling doca not ap- ply to Canadian says .Mr. Lyon, many limes national chatuplon. "The new rule does not have any effect on golf as played In Canada. .Our game Is played under the rules ot the Roy- al and Ancient Golf Club Df St. An- drpw's. and rnnspquontly we play Mr. Lyon. BOOTS WON SUBURBAN. N'ew York, June Suburban Handicap at Ilelmont Park race track today at one-mlle-and-a-ciuarler was won by Hoots, time 2.05H; Harrow was second and The Finn third. Some of those. Canadian Jockey clubs .wouldn't object lo gctllng.thfl energetic secretary ol Ilio Moral Re form association fn a. Jam on Ihc Home Mrelcli Man' Johnson's remark" Ihal bean' ball Ditchers should get thirty'days In prompted ond Philadelphia writer aay Ihal Carl Mays ought Ip gel a life, sentence. arc: Anderson, New York CarlRon, Ames. St. 1'rcndcrgast, Chicago. Alexander, I'hlla. Vaughn, Chicago Jacobs, riltsuurg Meadows, St. Loula..- Alilrldie, Chicago Chicago Calder. n'rooklyn Toneyj Cincinnati G. W. L. K.It. 1.63 1.87 1.8S 1.94 2.12 2.21 .2.21 2.22 2.42 2.4 S PROFITABLE AMUSEMENT First Bachelor an outrage! 1 was alnglng Jual now when Ihls slip- per now Ihroiifjh Ihe window. S.econd anolher vcrac, dear, and you'll gel the male It..--. v THESE WAR'weobiNGs Sweet Girl (after proposal) -by. Hie way, iMl Opinion. A Poor Tube is Expensiye The price of a tube is comparatively small. But poor tubes may easily ;becorrie-the most expensive item in your motoring cost. Not that the cost of tubes may mount high. But a poor tube can casirig. The greatest tire failure" is under-inflation. Slow seepage of air through; poor tubes causes inconspicuous and insidious' under-inflation. To prevent this dangerous fault we use the lamination process injpaking.Gopd- .year Tubes. Rubber of the highest.quality is rolled out Only in such thin rubber can careful inspection detect and elimin- ate every flaw, every bit of foreign'matter. Layer on layer, Goodyear Tubes are builf up from this inspected rubber. We make them extra thick by using extra layers. They are extra pure, extra durable, air-tight. They arc well nigh When_you buy tubes say "Goodyear." Because'as tubes, they give longer service. Because, as tire savers, they are worth many times'their price. The Goody ear Tire Rubber Co. of Canada, Limited s Goody far Tubes, along with Good-': year Tires, and Tire-Sam Acces- sories art easy IP gtt' from Gofdyear Service Slalioits every- where. TUBES -.1 ;