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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1917 TITE LKTHBRTDGE DAILTT lTKHAT-D PACK THRE& Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. New York .. . .. 33 18 .047 Philadelphia .. ... "3 in .(135 Chicago..... �)> 28 .541 St. Louis .. 1:8 27 .509 33 .492 27 .438 L'O 20 .108 Pittsburg .... .... 19 .373 AMERICAN Chicago .. Host^on .. New York .. Detroit .. Cleveland .. St. Louis .. . Washington Philadelphia Won. Lost. P.C 37 20 .049 34 21 .(318 30 24 .55(1 27 27 .500 2il 30 .192 23 33 MX. 2t 33 .389 19 32 .373 Cincy's Again Win. St. Louis, June 22.-Cincinnati hit Ames' delivery hard today while Schneider kept St. Louis' six hits well scattered and Cincinnati won 5 to 2. The visitors made four doubles and a triple, all of which figured in the scoring. The score: Cincinnati .. ..001 022 000-5 11 1 St. Louis .-. .. 100 010 000-2 (! 2 Schneider and Wlugo; Ames, Horst-ninn and Snyder. Defeat Giants, Boston, June 22.-Boston defeated New York 5 to 4 today. The visitors used four pitchers, but they were not effective, wiille Nohf improved as the game nrnerrpsscd. The score: New York .. .. 011.100 000-3 9 0 Boston ...... 101 020 01 x-5 10 0 Sallee, Smith. Perriu and Rariden; Nehf and Gowdy. , Wagner Day. Pittsburg, June 22.-Twolve thousand people took part in the celebration of Wagner day at Forbes Field this afternoon when, in formal observance of his recent return to the game, Wagner was presented with a silver loving cup by Mayor Armstrong on behalf of local admirers. Pittsburg defoatod Chicago 1 to 3. It was a 10-innlng contest. The score: Chicago..... 300 000 000 0-3 G 0 Pittsburg ,. . . 200 000 010 1-4 10 1 Deraaree, Vaughn and Elliott; Cooper and Fisher. Costly Fumble. Philadelphia, Juno 22.-Dell's fumble in tiie third Inning of Bancroft's grounder proved very costly today and was tho big factor in Philadelphia's victory 'over Brooklyn. Tho score being 5 to 3. Brooklyn ..... 000 003 000-3 C 2 Philadelphia . . 004 010 00x-5 9 2 Doll. Cheney and Millor; Oeschgor and Bums. Champion, Juno 22.-Champion on Thursday afternoon once morn won from Stavely 5-4 with a weakened team, having for the game lost Starr at first, who was unable to play. Wo enjoyed a very pretty exhibition of baseball. Slier has to his credit IS strike outs, of which nine were in the j first three innings. Myers, who pitched for Stavely, got nine striko outs. In the first inning Porter and F. Lewi;; crossed the plate for Champion. In the third F. Lewis and E. Lewis counted for two more. In the fourth Stavely woke up and sent A. Myers and Knee across, repeating the trick in the following inning with Hopper and Dolingham. In the sixth Siler made tho final run of the game. Perhaps the most exciting part of the whole game was in the last of the third when F. Lewis scored from a sacrifice hit by E. Lewis; Earl also got his base, and was brought homo! future to reverse the score. Nobleford, Juno 22.-The Barons baseball team came over the ground hero and thought that they had a grand chance to add to their laurels, and challenged the local boys to a dust-up on the Nobleford diamond. Tho battle was fought last night he-fore a large company. Nearly every-1 body in the village was out to see how the home aggregation �would faro in facing such a team as Barons. At the finish all were hoarse with shouting as the. expected defeat turned out to be a brilliant victory. Tho local pitcher, Currie, was nearly unplayable and most of the Barons innings were a procession, not many of them getting to first base. The rest of the Xobleford team ably seconded the efforts of Currie and at the finish they walked off (lie field the victors to the tune of 15 to 1. Barons felt very sore over such a score hut are laying wait and expect some day in the near At the ' FOR SPORT FANS The golfers are getting down to business. With the handicap event on July 2nd, the gawfers will get. a line on their respective ability-and disability. 1 Playing gawf at night or in the twilight is a great thing for adding to the supply of golf balls. While speering about for your own you find a lot of mavericks. Mover try it? Red Lund is pitching the best ball of his1 career this year. He uses his size to i scare the batters stiff, and the rest is easy. Well, the merry Will soon Go round. Our "vers libre" on the morry-go- MAGRATH  : c : BEAT TON. nev day- NORTHWESTERN At Butte-Vancouver 7, 9, 2; Butte 19, 19, 3. At Tacoraa-Spokane 0, 12, 1; Ta-coma G, 8, 1, At Seattle-13 innings-M3roat Falls G, 12, 4; Seattle 3, 6, 4. from first by a hit to centre by Allen. It was a good quick snappy game from start to finish. Batteries: Stavely, A. Myers and C. Myers; Champion, Siler and F. Lewis. Umpire, Dr. Nelson. . | Frank Lewis, catcher, and it J would never do not to mention Earl | or "Lefty" Lewis, second base, with him. The Lewis brothers are newcomers on the toam this year, but for good clean playing they are dandies; they -come from a ball family known to sports all through Alberta. E. Siler, pitcher. "Si" sure has a smile these days, and he is doing his work on the ball team with a thoroughness that is most encouraging. "Si" certainly has the goods. R. Star, first, also C. Starr, left field, are products of U.S. where baseball had its birth. Oh yes, they can play with the best of them, and tho loss of R. Starr for yesterday's game showed how much he means to us. "Norm." Porter, third. Medicine Hat. Norman certainly holds a splendid position in the estimation of the boys. Quick and snappy and always on his job. Barney Hummell, right field, plays I his position and when he's at bat he sure whangs the pill out. Cundall, shortstop, an old timer j nnu s,till going strong. In yesterday's game he hold down first and played a fast safe game. "Alex" Allon, a Stavely product, and they sure produce some classy ball material. Alex, holds down centro conclusion of the game all adjourned to the pool hall where a .great dance was held which had been arranged by the baseball players of the village. A grand time was spent and all went home feeling that it was good to have such a night out. The fans couldn't believe it when word came from Raymond the other r.ight that the locals had knocked Snow out of the box in tho seventh. Let the sluggers continue their work. The locals go up against their own pitcher tonight when they tangle with Lund who will do the honors for the Coaldale crew. Lethbridge ball team goes to Ma-grath next Tuesday. There will be a couple of games at homo during the week. Carmangay will be the visitors in one game, while another will be lined up. The boys then go to Taber Everything is lined up for the match between Clonie Tait and Johnny O'-Leary to take place at the Medicine Hat Stampede on July 11th. The match will take place at 10.30 in the | morning. Tait is in .great shape and, will give a good account of himself. ; If he succeeds in beating O'Leary, Al-  berta will be tho home of tho Canadian lightweight .champion. Tait is now training at Medicine Hat. He just got back from Seattle where he fought a draw with Eddie Campi, who was stable mate of Benny Leonard, present world's lightweight champion. Campl said that Clonie Tait is good enough for a go with any of the lightweights right up to Benny Leonard himself. A. D. Holley, his manager, says Tait will bo in shape for O'Leary and he will have no excuses to offer if ha doesn't win. PLAZA CIGARS 4'Made for the West -which wants the Best." THREE SIZES 2 for 25c. 3 for 25c. 3 for 25c. NOW SOLD IN Perfectos -Invincibles Longiellows . DAVIS QL SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL Makers of good cigars for over 70 y&ars. The junior of Mr. terday NORTHERN Warren 3, 5, 2; Winnipeg 4, 10, 2. newly organized Lethbridge team under the management Davidson, went to Taber yes-, afternoon and shut' out the Taber juniors by about 10 to nothing. It was classy ball so far as the locals were concerned, and there was some good playing also on tho Taber side. Ridpath pitcher for Lethbridge. The only chance that Taber had to score ,was blocked when Morrison on short for Lethbridge blocked a single that got through third base, and pegged it home in time to catch the Taber runner fram third. The Taber boys afterwards entertained tho locals In royal style. Tho locals uow want a game with Champion juniors and have issued a challenge. Sport Summary Chicago, June 23.-Milwaukee American Association team has signed Catcher Donnelly, formerly of South Bend, Central League Club, to replace John DeBerry, who has bean recalled by the Cleveland Americans. Jock Hutchinson, professional, entered from Alleghany County Club, but now of Glenvlew Club, won tho national open patriotic golf tournament at White Marsh, Philadelphia, over nearly 100 contestants. His score was 292 for 72 holes. Tom McNamara of Tap-low, was second with 290, Magrath, June 23,-New Dayton Invaded Alngratli laBt night and the locals got ro-vongo for the beating they received at tho hands of Earl Gorrlll, when tho locals visited Now Dayton the othor day. Tho score was very much lop-sldod. Lefty Lang and Jim Mercer wore tho locul battery,' * : ; * �* * *��: >? Molln Bjurstedt and Marlon Vanderhoof, latter of New York, will play the final round of the womon's national tennis tournament at Philadelphia, each having won her serhl-flnal contest yesterday. Miss Bjurstedt and Miss Elermora Sears of Boston, will meiet Mrs. Robert Leroy, of New York, and Miss Phyllis' Walah, Philadelphia, in the final round of the doubles. art 8PENCER Winnor of tho United States quarter mile championship at Newark when he defeated u field of stars including Frank Kramer. HEAVYWEIGHT (10 ROUNDS) NORWAY BOY WALTER UNDERDAHL, MANYBERRIES The Undefeated Young Heavyweight of Southern Alberta, Vi. , NEW ORLEANS GIANT JACK DALY, MANYBERRIES The Hero of a Hundred Fights, at ORION Mon., July 2nd, Afternoon The Greatest Fight Ever Staged in Southern Alberta. Ringside Seats Bleachers .... $2.00 $1.00 52 ;