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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ot\ivt\th\x, JUNE 16, 1917 THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE I "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus tOU DO " OOMT-ASK IT'S veKv*HPodms WHILE V^tTII**- tOU THINK OK ANV THIN* ELt>E TO M^E ME FEEL ___/ J- piDri'T \ JUST ; .r>5i .430 .nr. .105 .348 AMERICAN Boston . . New York Detroit Swatfest. ' Cincinnati. Juno 16.-Philadelphia nd Cincinnati Indulged in an old time batting boo horo today with the visitors finishing nB winners 12 to S. Lavondor was oftective until the plnth. ProvlouB to this, however, Knetzor and EUor had beon hit hard knd timely. Philadelphia . . 200 210 313-12 14 1 Cincin;\vtl ,, . 100 001 006-8 13 fi Laveridor and Klllifer, Burns; Eller, Knotzor and Wlngo. Two Stralflht. Chicago, June 15.-Boston made it two Btralght from Chicago today by bunching hits off Prendergast; tho >coro was 0 to 3. Prendergaat Btart-�d for the looals, but had three bad innings and garo way to Reuther. Rudolph pitched Ms boat ball in tho JinchoB and was given fine support. Boston ...... 110 000 220-6 14 0 Chicago ..... 100 010 010-3 10 1 Rudolph and Gowdy; Prendergast, feeuther and Wilson. Beat Brooklyn. St. Louis, Juno 15.-Gonzales single ki tho 12th scored BaM, who had tripled, with tho winning run and St. Louis boat Brooklyn horo today 3 to 2. Brooklyn ., 100 000 010 000-2 11 0 lit. Louis . . 000 001 100 001-3 12 1 Cadore and Meyers; Meadows, Kraes and Livingston, Snyder. INTERNATIONAL Roehoster 4, 6, 1; Richmond 1, G, 3. Toronto 3, 6, 2; Newark 4, 9, 2. Montroal 10, 14, 1; Providence 9, 18, 1. Washington . Philadelphia Won. Lost. P.C 34 17 .667 18 .625 27 20 .574 26 27 .491 O'J 25 .468 20 29 .408 18 30 .375 17 2S .37S 9 0 4 3 Pen- PACIF1C COAST At Los Angeles-Salt Lake 6, rernon 1, 5, 1 At San Francisco-Oakland ); San Francisco 6, 9, 1. At Portland-Los Angeles 12, lj Portland 6, 5, 2. 14, 1; 0, 10, n, NORTHWESTERN At Soattle-Tacoma 2, 7, 1; Seattle 1.6, 2. At Spokane-Vancouver 11, 16, Ipokuno 7, 15, 7. At Butte-Great Falls lutte 2, 13, 4. Whlto Sax Win. Boston, Juno 15.-Chicago increased its margin of leadership In the American league race by shutting out Boston S to 0 today. Claude Williams, the Chicago southpaw, allowed no hits until the eighth inning. Chicago fell upon Pennock, who started In the til\\\ for fti>ir rims after driving Shore out. Chicago ...... 000 240 101-8 Boston..... 000 000 000-0 Williams and Schalk; Shore, nock, Bader and Agnew. Tiger* Take First. Washington, June 15.-Detroit took the first game of the Beries from Washington today 4 to 3. All tho visitor's runs were directly traceable to the almost unprecedented -willingness of Walter Johnson, who gave eight, bases on balls, hit Veach twice and made a wild pitch. Detroit ....... 001 020 100-4 7 1 Washington . . 100 000 100-2 7 0 James, Boland and Stanage; Johnson and Alnsmith. Athletics Win. Philadelphia, June 15.-Siebold's pitching and hitting played a big part in the game which Philadelphia won from Cleveland today 3 to 2. Soibold hold his opponents to flvo hits. Ha scored a run after making a single and stealing second, while he also drovo In a r.un with a two bagger. Cloveland .. .. 100 000 010-2 5 5 Philadelphia . . 000 102 000-3 7 2 CovelBkie and O'Neill, BIlllngB; Sel-bold and Schang. Yank* Victor*. Now York, June 15.-Pipps hoiio run In the fifth Inning with two nr.i-ners on bases aided New York in soorlng a 6 to 1 victory over St. Louis here today. Tho Yankees hit Hamilton hard throughout the game, but four double plays held down their ecore, St. Louis could not hunch their hits. St. Louis..... 000 100 000-1 5 2 New York ---- 310 000 lOx-5 9 () Hamilton and Severoid; Shaw-toy and Walters. OLD TIERS WILL PLAY REGULARS FI Kitchen Mystery FOR SPORT FANS Just think of It. Staid and Bober old England reading evory day the results of big Icingue baseball games in America. That is what is going to happen as the following London dispatch shows: London, June 9.-As a result of the growing numbers of Canadians and Americans in London the Daily Mall has begun to print the American big leagues baseball scorns. Tho Canadians at the front are a Iivo lot, and they are very much interested in the result of big league games in this country. Who can blame them for the diversion they get from reading the sport pages? On Monday night there will be a battle royal at the Eckstorm Park when the Old Timers team will meet the regular city team In a game for this benefit of the Red Cross Society. The details were completed this morning, and the Red Cross are greatly pleased at the opportunity to make some money for a good cause. The com-, plete receipts will go to the Red Cross, and the ladles will have charge of the gate. The admission will be 25 cents. The Old Timer* have lined up the strongest possible team and think they can pull out a victory. Their team will be: Brandow c; Williams, p.; K. D. Johnson, 1b.; Tommy Evans, 2b.; E. J. Lemleux ss.; Fred Kenny, 3b.; Frey, if.; Frlel, cf.; Powell, rf. Substitutes, A. D. Cummlng; Stanley McSwat, Chas. Carberry and others. The game will start at 6.30 sharp. 1; 13, 16, 0; NORTHERN Mtnot 5, 7, 1; Winnipeg 2, 8, 3. lame called to allow visitors to catch fain. Afternoon game-Fargo-Moorohaad ], i), 0; "Warron 1, 8, 0. Evening game-Fargo-Moorohead, ), 10, 2; Warren 2, 7, 1. ASSOCIATION � St. Paul 7, 10, 1; Kansas Cltv 10, 18, 1. Minneapolis 4, 7, 4; Milwaukee 1, 7, 3. Louisrille-ColuiubuH, postponed, cold woathor. GOLF IS NOT AS EXPENSIVE AS A THEATRE SEAT New Dayton baseball team has come alive and on Monday evening at 6.15 they will make their first start of the season agalnBt the famous Raymond aggregation. Raymond will have tho redoubt-v'Mo Snow hi the box and a strong lineup behind him, but they will need all their heavy artillery along for they are going up against Gorrill whose spltter Is well known for its effectiveness to the fans of the south country. With New Dayton, Warner, Milk River and Sweet Grass teams on tho Coutts line, and Raymond, Magrath and Spring Coulee along tho Cardston branch, tho aouth is well supplied with material for a good season's baseball. On Tuesday ovenlng the Leth-bridgs boys go to Magrath to play their return game In that city. A strong team will leave from horo and several car3 of rooters are expected to so along. Very few knew it, but Catcher Har-ley who did the receiving for the Old Timers' team in the game against the High School the other night is a returned soldier, who, while at the front wns tho catcher for one of tho regimental teams. He did his bit in the trenches, was wounded, and has returned to civil life. He Is a graduate of the University of Michigan, and received his "M" as a player In the university first, ball team. The "Hi" boys are still wondering what the Old Timers put over them. around they might sign on with Lethbridge for a try-out. We're ready to try anything once. Once upon a time There was a citv. It had a merry-go-round At the Park For the kiddles. Sometimes it made merry And went round. Sometimes it didn't Go round. This year it may never Go round The. kiddies wouldn't mind If it would Go round Once in a while The offer of the Old TimerB to play the regular city team has been accepted by the regulars, and the game will come off next week. Tho offer has been made to the Red Cross that they take charge of the gate and sell refreshments. The game would bring out a monster crowd. With a few changes the Old Timers could put a team In the field that would make the regulars step, but as a matter of fact It is believed by those on the insldo that the Old Timers' banker first sacker can outstep the best they've got. He has a stride of his own. The regulars are out to fill up a schedule which will mean a gamo In Lethbridge every Wednesday evening between July 1 and August 31. It will be the weekly half holiday excitement for the fans. To make sure That it's really A merry Not a sad Go round. Hev, Chief, No.044677! sweep out padded cell The other day a pair of golfers had just made a remarkable score, for them, and where feeling highly elated when over the hill came the smiling visage of Secretary Dawson,, round ing up slackers for their membership fee. Somebody's always taking the Joy out of life. Can you beat it? The saying that the road to Hades is paved with good intentions, has nothing on the paving of Henderson Lake with golf balls. One of the p'ayers on the lot for practice on Thursday night was Mr. Bancroft of Foremost. He is a brother of the famous Dave Bancroft, shortstop of tho Phillies of the National league. He came to Canada a year ago. At one time he played Class C ball, playing In the same team as Milan before he went up to the Senators. It is very noticeable that the local players are slack In getting out to practice. The gods only know they need practice. Two weeks of steady workouts would help some to put the team in shape. And at that tho gophers must be pretty well equipped to run a roller coaster with the balls that have dropped into their receiving rooms. The Red Cross picnic on July a good thing. Push It along. 2 is Obey that impulse! Dig^ All right, Bill, pass the tobasco, we'll take it out to the next game. It might help some. The thrill that comes once a life time: Watching the son and heir paste a beautiful line drive with two on, through the window of your neighbor's kitchen. The trapshooters have been Invited to send a team to Medicine Hat for the tourney during the stampede. The golfers are know how that it this Sunday. praying all they won't rain again Golfers ought to be able to pray very fluently. They have the necessary vocabulary as a rule. Nick Romanoff and Mr. Constantine have been given the blue envelope by thoir respective leagues. If they drop PITTSBURG SCOUT "BONEHEAD- Easily First! In design, finish and comfort this W.G.,~.: PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES ^HffiSr-'f Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. PHONE 1892 , A NEW SMART MODEL T O O K E COLLAR Mc, each, 3 for 50c. TOOKE 11ROS. LIMITED Maker* Montreal The secretary-treasurer of one of tho United Statea golf links has made tho discovery that golf is not an expensive game. This may help us forgot past acts of folly, Including an lr-roststlble desire to purchase every new-fangled and foolish-looking club invented to always play regardless of cost to the ball that would travel farthest, to wager boxes and dinners with thoBe who could play as well as we thought we could. Returning to the secretary-treasurer, who rogarda as fallacy the belief that golf Is coBtly, he cites an Illustration this wise: "A theatre soat costs more than a green fee, measures only 2x3 feet, and ia occupied only a couple of hourH. #> .;. ^� >�> *J* O *J* *t* CUNNING IS COMING it o : > ; ; : ; : VOU get three (3) "PROMOTER" Cigars for 25c-they are equal to most 2-for-25c. Cigars. Now made in 3 shapes, "Blunts , "Club House* and "Perfection", of uniform quality: cool, bland, smooth, with all the "nuttiness" that one expects in a fine Havana. Try one next time. /--x WHERE TO GO FOR % Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. f PHONE 762 BAR FIXTURES FOR SALE All bar fittings and mirrors in the bar at Lethbriclc Hotel. Suitable tor lunch counter or restaurant. ^M^M^^L: jWr'' APPLY J. H. LEE ROOM 10, DOMINION BLOCK am ;