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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1017 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" , By G. McManus Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Philadelphia .. ... 28 15 .051 New York .. . . .. 28 Hi .G3B Chicago..... .. 29 .5611 St. Louis .... ... 25 22 .532 2F> ISO .455 Brooklyn .. ... IT 23 .425 Hi m'> .410 Pittsburg .. 1G 29 .350 Giants Win Pittsburg, June 13.-New York in its first appearance hero this season defeated Pittsburg today 7 to 3. From tho start it wns a hitting match, both tonms hammering the ball hard. Now York.....310 100 101-7 11 0 Pittsburg......001 000 020-3 13 3 Anderson and Raridon; Crimes and Fischer. Regan Was Strong Cincinnati, June 13.-Regan pitched brilliant ball here today against Philadelphia, but received wretched support and Cincinnati lost 3 to 2. Philadelphia .. ..001 000 020-3 6 0 Cincinnati.....001 000 100-2 8 5 Alexander and KUlifer; Regan, Knetzer and Wingo. Boston at Chicago, postponed, rain. Brooklyn at St. Louis, no game, rain. INTERNATIONAL Montreal 4; Toronto 1. Newark 3; Providence 5. Baltimore G; Richmond 5, 11 innings. Buffalo 3; Rochester 1. AMERICAN Won. Lost. Chicago........ 33 Boston........ 30 New York....... 20 Cleveland....... 2C Detroit......... 21 St. Louis........ 10 Washington...... 18 Philadelphia...... 10 17 Hi 20 26 25 28 29 28 P.C .000 .052 .565 .500 .457 .404 .383 .304 "; DEFEAT II" COMBINATION PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake 2; Vernon 0. Oakland 0; San Francisco 2 Los Angeles 2; Portland 3. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis G, Toledo 0. Loulsvillo 4; Columbus 0. Milwaukee 1; Minneapolis NORTHWESTERN Seattlo 2; Tacoma 3. Vancouver 8; Spokane 1. Great Falls 4; Butte 5. Lethbridge Invades Garden City Next Tuesday-Five Other Games on Deck in Magrath Is into tho ball season regular bis league sljdo. At least, they aro booked for nearly as many games In the next two weeks as tho Giants. Here is their schedule: Warnor at Mngrath, June 19. New Dayton at Magrath, June 22, ' Lothbridge at Magrath, June 2G. Raymond at Magrath, Juno 29. Spring Couleo at Magrath, Juno 30. Magrath at New Dayton, July 2. Magrath is not going so very strong yet, but they are working hard 'and will show thorn all tho road yet. Lethbridgo Is due to play at Magrath next TuoBdny. Thoro will be. a dance after the game. Divide Doubleheader Boston, June 13.-Boston and St I Louis divided a doubleheader today tho world champions winning the Art. game 2 to 0 and losing the second to 2., The opening contest was pitchers' battle In which Ruth besteii Davenport. Tho second game marko t the breaking of Mays' winning stren of six straight games. St. Louis......000 000 000-0 3 ! Boston........010 000 Olx-2 3 1 Davenport and Severoid; Ruth ai/.l Thomas, Cady. Second game- St. Louis......000 002 500-7 11 0 Boston........200 000 000-2 S 4 Hamilton, Sothoron and Severed; Mays, Pennock and Thomas. Fnsak Game New York, June 13.-Chicago io.;ame at the end of tho nth inning v,;th tho score 1 io 1. Cleveland......'.20 002 000-5 12 1 Washington .. .. H60 Oil OOx-7 12 1 Coveleskle, Kb pfer, Coumbe, Gould and O'Neill, Billings; Uallia, Shaw and Henry. Second garni - Cleveland .. .0*00 100 000 00-1 8 1 Washington ...000 000 001 00-1 4 3 Lamboth raid O'Neill; Harper, {"jhtiw and Ainsmlih. Tigers' Error* Philadelphia, June 13.-After Noyes and Dau ,s bad engaged in a twirling duel for six innings today, errors by Detroit turned the scoro in favor of Philadelphia, the score being 4 to 2. Tho hitting of Cobb, Stanage and Sell Ling featured the contest. Detroit......,.200 000 000-2 Philadelphia .. . .002 001 lOx-4 Dauss and Stanage; Noyes Schang.1 Old Timers Show Pupils The Game as She Is-Played- Score 19-8 CHALLENGE TO REGULARS THEY MISS THE VETS. True, tho absonco of Evors hurts tho Bravos. So does tho absonco of Matty hurt tho Giants, of Parent, the Red Sox, of Corcoran tho Rods, of Tinker tho Cubs, of Crawford the Tigors, of Teheau tho Clovoland3, of Lujoie tho Athlotlcy, of_ Walsh the White Sox, and so on ad" Infinitum. Weakness of tho Detroit Tigors con list's .of the luck, of .woaknoMS - on tho part of opposing batters. The octogenarians, otherwise known as the Old Timers, ironed the kinks out of their arms and legs last night and went out to do battle with the giant killers from the High school. The "Hi" boys seemed to be stage struck from so many years opposing them, losing 19 to S. And those Old Timers, how they did enjoy the game. K. D. Johnson was on tho first sack. He was hitting and fielding like a colt and when he did get on the paths nothing could stop him. E. Lomieux, who used to play with the Medicine Mat team, held down tho short field. His exhibition was all to tho merry and he would be a tower of strength to the city learn. Fred Kenny was up five times, hit safely four times and scored four runs. Charley Carberry in centre field caught two and dropped three, which is pretty fair for an Old Timer. The Hi boys couldn't hit Brandow till the fifth. He was keeping them round their necks. , In the fifth, however. Kiltie McKillop basted one for three bags, but was caught at the plate trying to stretch it into a homer. Dunsworth, next up lammed one into the horse corrals and Frey didn't do a Marathon after it. so it went for a homo run. Lemioux poked one Into the lake in the corral. Filzpatrick swam after it. holding the hit to a double. Brodie pulled off a circus catch off Brandow's bat in the second. Altogether it was some game. Tho Old Timers now challenge Manager Downing's team to a game any day he wants to name. Proceeds to go to the Red Cross. The box score of last night's nightmare: Old Timers AB. R. 1-1. Lethbridge ball squad went to Taber laat night minus quite a number of regulars, and lost to the Crescents In the ninth innings 10 to 9. It was a game replete with clouting on both sides. Lewis and Snow opposed one another, but the seance couldn't be called a pitchers' duel. The score reads more like a batting engagement. Up to the 7th innings Lethbridge was defeated 9 to 1, but in the seventh some heavy clouting by the locals and juggling the pill by Taber let in five'runs. In their half of the ninth the locals added three more, tying up the score. In the Taber half, two men were down and two on when a slow roller went through Livingston's legs at first and the winning run counted. f Bond got the long hit of the game with a triple in the 7th, helping to put Lethbridge up in the game. The score by Innings- Lethbridge......100 000 503- 9 Taber .. ..142 020 001-10 Lethbridge lined up: Murray rf., Pickett ss., J. Gillls 3b., Green 2b., C. Gillls If., Livingston 1b., Sadow-ski cf., Bond c, Snow p. | Plumbing, Gas, Steam and ^| Hot Water Fitting PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. PHONE 1892 Defeated Foremost 21 to 6 - Famous Orion Team Went Down by Score 4 to 2 Sport Summary Chicago, June 14.-Pete Herman, bantamweight crfampion and Kid Williams, former title holder, fought six rounds to a draw last night at Philadelphia. Harry W. Stahlhefer of Evans-ville, Ind., has been elected president of the Central League, succeeding E. W. Dlckerson, who has gone to the same position with the Western League. 8 2 7 0 and CADDOCK OR LEWIS? The battle for- the heavy champion wrestling title ow rests between Earl Caddock, the fcililcago grapplor, and Ed Lewis, the Kentucky giant. John OUn shelved' Joe Stochor and has in turn been flopped by Caddock, Zbyszko anil Lowls. ? RUBY BOB WON RACE ? In a matched halt mile foot race at tho fair grounds race course Inst night Bob MePhor-son beat Speed Morris, i\ local tonsorinl artist, with plenty of yardugo to spare. The race was for a side bot of $25 and much kale was up on the race by other interested parties. .;. .;. .j, $.;. : ; $ .j. Evans, 2b.-p.......... G Lemioux, ss........... 3 Harley, c............. 2 Brandow, p.-2b......... 4 Johnson, lb........... 5 Froy, If............. 4 Kenny, Kb............. 4 Friel, rfi......,..... 2 Carberry, cf........... 3 After arguing eight hours over the adoption of the 42-game schedules to supplement that of the early season and take the place of the inter-league games arranged with the International League, a special meeting called here by the American Association magnates to arrange the new schedule, adjourned leaving the matter with the schedule committee which will meet later. (Special to tho Herald) Etzikom, Alta., June 13.-The Etzi-kom baseball team played two games last week; the first was against Foremost, at Etzikom. This was just a hit and run game all through; the Foremost pitchers were very weak. Ives, their first man, was batted out of the box; Medhurst, who relieved him, did a little better, but was also hit hard. Wagner, the Etzikom pitcher, threw a good game, but did not have to exert himself very much. All tho Etzikom men batted well and in tho field Jackson and Schanil played a good game. The final score was Etzikom 21, Foremost G. Orion Lost 4-2 On Saturday Etzikom went to Orion to play tho much advertised Orion team. Etzikom were two of their best men short, Boguin and Schanil, but in spite of this were able to defeat Orion, 4 to 2. The principal praise for this was due to Wagner, who pitched a great game; he had 14 strike-outs to his credit. The Orion men, reputed to be a fine batting team, were easy victims for Wagner and the two runs were due to errors. Hoyt pitched a good game also, but had poor support. The game was the best of the season and up to the sixth there were no scores; the big crowd bad excitement to the very last ball thrown. For Etzikom, besides the pitcher, Wagner, catcher and Henderson first base, played a good game. The batteries were: Etzikom-Wagner and Wagner; Orion -Hoyt and Bjorklund, Everson. The return game, on Wednesday, June 20th, is expected to be a hummer; the new diamond at Etzikom will be ready and prospects aro for the best game of the season. NO-GLARE Headlights The government says you must put t'lem on. We can supply you with a Warner Lenz For Stndcnaker, McLaughlin, Chevrolet. Dodge, Maxwell, Ford and for any other make of car. Per Set, $4.50 BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. PARIS HOTEL COR. THIRD ST. <�. SECOND AVE. S. FORMERLY CASTLE HOTEL Under New Management and Remodelled Throughout. A Trial Will Convince. MEALS A LA CARTE SPECIAL RATES BY WEEK A. J. AGRIOS � PROP. 32 19 14 High School AB. R. H. 0 1 1 , . 4 0 1 McKillop, c.-p.-lb..... ..4 0 1 Dunsworth, p.-c....... ,.32 '2 Dobson, 3b......... ... 3 1 1 Cummlngs, ss....... ... 3 1 1 Fitzpatrlck, if. .. .. .. .. 2 1 1 30 8 9 Score, by innings- Old Timers........ . 127 21G- -19 131021- - 8 TWO TERRIFIC HITS Tho two "longest hits ever made" wero lined out. May 26. In tho Cardinals-Braves game nt Boston, Cruise, of tho Cardinals, lilt a ball into the right field blenchet'h a distance of too foot, tho first tlmo the feat lum boon accomplished at Braves Field, In tho Cubs-Olnnt game at Now York, Robertson hit a homer into tho right field bleachers, tho first tlmo' lt; over wiib tlono at the Polo Grounds since tho Brush Stadium was built iu 1011. STOCKTAKING SALE Continues all This Month * EVERYTHING TO BE SOLD AT THE OLD PRICE-BIG SAVINGS ON ALL LINES. HARNESS, SADDLES, TENTS, LEATHER BELTING, SPORTING GOOD8, TRUNKS, SHOE FINDINGS, CUTLERY. Alberta Saddlery Co. Limited 306 FIFTH STREET S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SITUATED ON LAKE WINDERMERE, HALF A MILE FROM ATHALMER STATION ON THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY BRANCH LINE Excellent Motor Road from Lethbridge to Invermere Via Crow's Nest Pass, Fernie and Fort Steele DISTANCE: Lethbridge to Fernie .................. 135 miles. Fernie to Invermere .................... 140 miles What to do at Invermere MOTORING-Over the many interesting roads that radiate in all directions from Invermere, along the lakes and back to the mountains. GOLF-On the "sporty" nine hole course of the Invermere golf and country club. Only a short distance from the hotel grounds. Special rates granted to hotel guests. TENNIS-Tennis court only a few minutes walk from the hotel* open to guests at a small fee. BOATING-In Lake Windermere and the Columbia River. BATHING-In Lake Windermere and the far famed Radium Hot Springs at Sinclair, which can be reached by motor in less than an hour from the hotel. FISHING-Mountain trout abound in the many smaller lakes and streams. These places can be easily reached by auto. MOUNTAIN CLIMBING-A convenient base from which to explore the wonderful glaciers at the head of Toby and Horse Thief Creeks. Saddle and pack horses can he obtained and competent guides supplied, GARAGE-YVhero cars can be stored and repairs made. Automobiles for hire. WRITE FOR FOLDER Hotel Rates: Room and Board.......................... . .$3)00: per day. Room with private bath and Boa,.rd ...............$4.00 per day Special rates for families and for longer periods. BETTER SECURE ROOMS IN ADVANCE "rww/ 0.' ?6707375 ;