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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE' LETHBRinr.K. DAILY HERALD PAGE'THREE- HEALTH BISCUITS NUTRITIOUS- HEALTHFUL Eat them Every Day-they are good for you. Try them with Cream and Sugar for Breakfast, or split and toast them, or put plenty of good butter on them and eat them as they are. They are delicious always. Your Grocer has them or get them from our drivers. Phone 378. JOHN GIL BAKER BREAD PREPAREDNESS FOR U. S. PLAYERS In Case of Warfare Will Be Brooklyn New York Philadelphia Boston...... Chicago Oincinnali Pittsburg... St. Louis NATIONAL Won 24 23 20 22 20 20 21 18 IS ]9 25 23 27 Pet. .900 .561 .543 .476 Boston .408 .465 .435 SATURDAY GAMES Fourteen- Rounds 'Brooklyn, June Louis defeat- ed Brooklyn in a 14-ionmg game 3 to 2. With one out in the 14th, Smith beat out k singled and Hprnsby.was purposely walked, ailing and: Miller home.. .Brooklyn rallied in Its'-'halt, Cutshaw's double scoring Wheat. O'AIara; ivas safe on Cdrhan's error, hut Meyers nit into a double play.. Del! struck put ten men. St. Louis .V. 3 11 Brooklyn 2 S Meaaows and '.Gqnzales; Dell and Meyers. Giants Defeat Cubs New York. June York won the first game "of a series with Chi- cago. l.to.Oi Periitl pitched fine ball for the Giants and worked out of a bad situation in the ninth inning when, after the Cubs filled the bases, with two out, he. struck out Pinch Hitter Fischer. New York scored its lone niii in the seventh. AMERICAN Cleveland New York" Washington Detroit Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia 26 24 25 24 21- 20 15 Lost 19 20 21 iS 23 2S' ,fot. .548 .522 .511 .477 .435 .349 Strike-put Record Cleveland. June de- feated Philadelphia 7 to 2, winning, in the first two innings, when they bat- ted Meyers from the box. Morton broke the strike-out record of the league for the season by striking out 13 men, 11 of them being in the first innings. In the siith inning he fanned four batters, Witt. Pick, La- jole and Mclnnes, the first named reaching first by reason of his third strike being a wild pitch. Philadelphia........ Cleveland Meyers, Nabors, Sheelian fc Myers Morton and O'Neill SATURDAY GAMES Browns'. Winning St. Louis, June b'roke St. Louis' winning streale 4.'to'2! IK 10 innings, in the tenth McNally singled, Walker was purposely, passed and Jrben. Scott, sent in to bat for. (Sard: INTERNATIONAL Won Lost tar, singled. Miller let i'he ball get by} him and McNally and.Walker 'scored.' Boston Louis 4 8. 2 10 i Chicago Now- York McConnell, Packard and Archer; Perritt and-Rarlden. 'Games' at Boston .and Philadelphia were postponed on account of rain. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, Won Lost. Pet. Indianapolis Louisville Minneapolis Kansas' City Columbus St. Paul Toledo Milwaukee 26 ,2S 25 22 1? 16 16 14 IB 17 18 21) 18 .619 .605 .881 .524 .814 .421 .117 Leonard. Mays and Thomas, .Cady; Groom, Weilman and Chapman, Seve- roid. Speaker Gets Five Hits Cleveland, June de- feated Philadelphia 10 to 1 in the opening game of the series, hitting Pitchers Sheehan and Growell hard. Speaker of Cleveland made five hits in five times at bat. one being avdouble He drove in two runs and scored three. Philadelphia.......... 1 S 3 Cleveland..........10 16 1 Sheehan, Crowell. Wyckoft and Myers, Murphy; Coveleskie fc O'Neill. White Sox Defeat Senators Chicago. June White Sox defeated Washington in the ninth inning, 2 to 1. With the bases lull Dumbrit hit Weaver, forcing in Schalk' with the winning run. Wolfgang and Harper pitched a close duel, .tack- son's double aiid Wolfgang's sacrifice fly put the Sox In the lead in the'fifth. Judge tripled in the eighth: scoring on Jamieson's: single, tying, the Score. Washington.......... 1 8 1 Chicago............''.. i 8 n Harper, Shaw. Dumont and Will- lams; Wolfgang and' Schalk. 24 13 20 IS 20 1.9 19 19 19 19 16 19 13 IS 15 il SUNDAY GAMES First (i Providence Newark BaiMrnore (Montreal Richmond Buffalo Toronto Pet. .649 526 .513 .100 .500 .437 .417 ington dispatch says: ''The latest preparedness pro- poeal along the lines of the administration's voluntary uni- vernal training policy, is for the organization .of professional -baseball-players into battalions' especially trained -for the- of hand grenades, one Cobb Climbing Rapidly to.Top of Re- tains Position'ih National Victim Refused to Tell Name of Assailant to Police But Talks of Revenge climbed into c throwing of hand grenades, one ot .the most important and most grilling bits ot work that con- -fronts an armv today lu ciusli- We lie lO.-rTy Cobb has ..__a tie for second place the batters. of the American to averages printed cluding records of Rochester SATURDAY GAMES. Milwaukee 6l Columbus 1. City-Toledo; rain. Minneapolis 9; Indianapolis I. St. Paul's; Louisville 8. SUNDAY OAMES Tlgsrs Starttd'Well Detroit. Galdwell was hit hard in the and third to- riav. Detroit scoring four runs and whining from New York (o 1.' New York 1 5 ,1 Detiolt 9 0 Caldwell and kie anrt.Slanage. M SUNDAY GAMES Kansas City 4. 2r-Kansos City 3. If- Milwaukee 2. 3; Milwaukee 0. Louisville 0; St. Paul i-f Minneapolis 2. 0; Mliineapo- y Shut Out Chltago. June hitting at opportune times enabled Scot! and Russell to shut out Washington In- day, Chicago .winning 5 to (I. Wnahltigloii i.. 0 Clileafco Roohling, Ayres and iiissell Scualk. 0 11 1 Montreal 5 10 1 Ktrkrnayer, Ritter and Hale; Good- bred, Cadore and Wells. Second game (called 12th darkness! Rochester.......... 2 G 2 Montreal 4...... 2 6 3 I Ritter and Casey; i Wells. SATURDAY GAMES 1, Richmond 3 Second game-rNewark-Richmond, called end third; rain. 1, Baltimore. 5: 3, Baltimore 1. 0.. Toronto 1. Second game called falo 1, Toroi-to 1. Rochester 3, Montreal-4. NORTH WESTERN 12 1; Spokane 0. Falls 6; Butte 7. Falls 3; Butte 0. 4; Tacoma 21. 2; Tacoma 4. SATURDAY GAMES Vancouver 7, Tacoma Butte 19. Great Falls 4. Spokane 6, Seattle 5. TOAST LEAGUE SATURDAY GAMES Salt Lake 6; Los.Angeles 1. Oakland 1; Portland 5. Vernon 0; San Francisco 1. SUNDAY GAMES Salt Lake. 5.; Los Angeles 2. Afternoon Lake 1; las Angeles 4. Oakland 4: Portland 6. Morning 6; San Fran- cisco 2. 4; San Fran- cisco 7. NORTHERN 10 S; Duluth 4. Virginia 5; Superior 8. Only games scheduled. DATUROAY GAMES tori. William 2, Winnipeg 4. William 3, Winnipeg 7 Virginia 5, Djiluth S. Farso, 9, superior. 7. A L. ..-ig reputations of those headlincrs would bs depended upon, to attract Into the ranks A .j. or.ball players throughout the United State' .3. tf .J A j having e. .j leads in home rims, With four. D leads in.team.batting, with .255. JACK SMITH LOGICS GOOD Jack Smith, former Seattle out- fielder, is doing well with the .St. Louis Cardinals and that another sea- son should.sec him one of the stars body light- muscle free W. G. R. summer gar- are cool and comf firt- Standing, stooping, walking, running ,or ainiog, ,7011 enjoy ft delightful sense at bodily freedom that can 'only come from Ipost-fltting f anncnta well made. KLOSED KROTCH UNDERWEAR or wtrkmit web.hf. AjkfwWS. each. "oraneV, Cleveland, Detroit five leading' Hitter's .of tho American league, counting only, those who hare played iu half or more, of their club's {rallies, arc: Speaker, Cleveland, .369; -Jackson, Chicago; .337; Cobb, Detroit, .327: Burns, Detroit, .321; S.trunk, Philadel- phia, '.313. Cullop of New York leads the pit- chers the 'American'league; with four won and. uone.. lost Morton Cleveland, is second, with nine and two, and Ruth, Boston, third with eight and three. Daub'rt Leads Nat. Batters. Veterans are setting the pace for batters In the National league, Dall- hert maintains his lead and Schulte hangs on place with Robert- son and Zimmerman, having passed Bennie Kanff with 16 stolen, bases, is tied with Carey of Pittsbiirg, Williams, Chicago, leads the home run hitters, .with seven, and is tied with Zimmerman Chicago for total bases with 11 Xefl Voik leads in team hit ting, with .264. Xlroh, Cincinnati, is ahead in runs scored, with 32 Tho five National leag'.m hitteis are Uanbert Brooklyn 156 Schulte Chicago Robertson, Boston, June. the Mat of the game this week between .the Cubs and Braves, baseball .gamblers who find a haven in the right field pav- ilion at the Brave Held got ar- gument which resulted in the shooting of Eddie.Mack, a sporting man wiio manages a stung of proe fighters, the best known of the lot being Ma'tj Baldwin, the lightweight. Mack, who admitted that he nad been' making a friendU wager the game, .was shot in'the right tliish, the bullet passing through h's limb and spending itselt against a com rete post! He was rushed to a hospital but refused to tell the po'u thi lame1 of the man who lam -ajmg he knew who it waJ but