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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JUNE 2C, 1017 THE LETHBRIOGB DA1LT HERALD PACE "BRINGING UP DiDrt TJ TELL tqu NOT TO O HOO'bE VOU WHEN I SPORTS Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.O. Philadelphia 34" 20 -630 New York...... .31 19 -Ot2 Chicago........ 30 25 .503 Bl. l.onla 30 26 .517 ClnclnllBlL...... 33 35 .185 Brooklyn 2J 23 -453 Boston 21 31 .104 FltteburE........ '19 35 .362 Another Dbubit-Hemder Drooklyn, June look another double-header from' Boston here lod'ay. winning by scores of 3 to 2 and to 2. Rudolph TVBB hit hird In the -'first' (o an error by-'JIassey in the n'lnlh Inning. In the second-game Cheney was Invincible nfter Uie tlrst inning, whllo tbe champions lilt Tyler stead- ily. Jioslon 'S 1 2 ItndolTin aril Gpwdy: Mafquard and Meyers. Second Tloslon 4 Brooklyn .J10 200 12 .-Tyler and Gowdy; Cheney and Mlil- er. Phillies Pint Again Plillcdeiphla, June llbl only defeated New -York 2 to 0 to day, but also took lircl nlaco In Ilia race froni the visitor's. Hlxey pitched iT'wondcrlnl samp, allowing hJs op jioncnls only two singles, one ol which o3 due to Tiouprtson's last running i an infield .grounder, and. glv.lni only one liasc an balls. No New Yorl player got past first base. 2 .011 7 AiuWso'ii'and llafiden; Rlxoy an Killlfer. Game Played Already Cincinnati, June. I.oula Earne F.chcduled [or .today, td Saturday. No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL 1. Toronto-7; DaHImorc y. .Jlontreal Hlclimoncl 4. Rochcalor 4', Providence 3. ASSOCIATION LorilsTllid'2; 'Kansas Clly 5. Coluinbua-Ml.lnauk'te game schedu lor today played previously. postponed, rain, N'o.bthcr scheduled. NORTHWESTERN Vancouyer 4; Grnal Falls '4; Tacomfi C. noslroncd. S tAirelllnj. PACIFIC tOAST No. Coast" LeagUA. Eimes Bchcrtnle MOTOHOYCLE RACER PASSES AWA Los Angeles, Juno IJ. Oilmorc, motorcycle racer o I Bakers Held, Cal.; died hire late today. 1 was found unconscious nczr he tarlyi today beside a wrecked raoto .cycle.' Ollraore was ,32 years of age, CUBS TO AID RED CROSS Chicago, Juno procee tit Iho gamo hero neil Friday betwe VMS Chicago anil'Sl. Ixinls Natlona will ho ilonatcil (o the 'American R gumo 'originally was (Jnto for Ilia Cuba, -lull nri-ani pnerils to piny ofl cilno tfil 'thatjlato, AMERICAN Won.- JxwL 39 ulori ew York [roll eveland Louli osWogton 37 34 2S 30 23 2! .19 '29 22. 24 27 32 35 30 36 P-C .CGI -027 .5SC -559 .161 .357 .379 Divide Double-Header Boston, June Doaton and Wash- glon iIMded a double-header today, winning Iho first game, to 0, and the locals the second 4 to -.The'hbme team made. In a lira fimts.' ashlneton 8 0 osloa 000 000 0 2 3 Harper, Callia and Alnsraltli; Fbs r, Bader ond Agnev, Thomas. Second game i 'Bihinglon ...012000 I I oaton 000 OlxH Dumont.and Henry; Pennoc'n ana homaH. Defeat Athletic. NeW York, Juno New York de :ated the Athletics here today 1 to 0 nd 7 to 5. Tlic Ural game iras i Ichcrs' battle between Mop-log' nd Sclbold. Daker's long lilts on bled New York to win the seconi anie, he Bending In three runs nnd coring one himself. nlhulclphla .000 000 0 2 'sw York 000 000 1 5 Selbold and Mogridge a funanjaker. Second htlaaelnnla .001 I fcir York' 7 Schaner .-.nil Hale, Meyer; Shocker ussell and Nunnraskor, LOOK Game. Cleveland, 'june Cleveland-- de eate'U St. Ixiuls In a loosely playe nd Imrd lillllng contest, 0 to niiort and Coveleskle being roojhl rcatcil by Hie opposing 'batsmen Three double plays started by Ohai> nan, and Corclcsklo's eight strike nils, were factors- <5I Louis '.1 9 Cleveland .002 023 9 15 Davenport, Parker 'Scverold Covclcskle Mid O'Neill. earn Journeys to Magrath This Will Be On the Mound I BIG CELEBRAIN IFrnm Our Own Warner, June Is f hare a big celebration on July 41 This was decided al-a largely flttcn ed meetlni of business men In .the .own, and'commllleeB were appointed !o make all arrangements, many ot which are nlrendjr completed. The come to after much dis- cussion, and thVday was sel so as not ,0 conflict with the celebrations being held at various places.QE celebration will ho a real one, nnd 'will'hicluda-besides horao racing, e. baseball tournament, in which has already prom- Isctl (o flllji a .bowery dance, and raany; other (, of which nn race is proposed to bo one. Further an- nounced, bul preparations are Well under way lo take of Iho largo crowds which will be prrtcht from all orer the country, mostly by auto. II Is oxpfecled (hat JJtrlfea; will come clown' Htiy- mpnri, Wie'r points VvtiAi -aViV- The latlfeXo.r'thej, wiii Letlibridge ball team will be the usy little bore for the ten day o. Tonight they BO to.MaErall ngaEO In' mbrtai combat.' wltl anagqr CanipbcM'H crew. "Noble' wll o along lo hurl Iheni over- This wll tvc Gllli9 rest for olber and raor nportaut games lowurds .the end o weeX. Lclubridge raUi y lo 2 tie last time tbn earns met. On Thursday Lelbbridge will prob bly entertain the Noblcford team a ckatorm perk. Arrangenjenla e made for the same today. On Saturday ercnlng the crew Jll eya to Taber to lake on the Cres cnts of that burg tn a game for th led Cross. On Monday the boys will stage oublc header. They will play Talc the afternoon for the Ked Cros nd in' llio evening tbey will beat or Coal da lc where they will engs.R n a tounianieiit uilb a 950 plum fo lie .winning aggregation. Thre enma 'are entered, nnd Letbbridg ias ben granted the bye. On the Glorious Fourth'the tea: onrncys to where they wl ncct (lie old time enemy in deadl lallle. Then Juty IHh, the fin VcdncsOay lialf holiday, Lethbrldg will be invaded by (he nici o' II lorlh'from Carmangay who will mak licir Initial bow to a Leth lence. From that time on (I .clhbrldgc management will en (lea to Elage flt Kckstonn par on and Saturday evenings during Iho remainder of the senspn. The locals arc taking a strong team Magrath this evening with Jreen as inlol. They have broken sven with Iho teams they liavc met twice this year, but they arc out lo pull ahead of Magratb on Iho g Program of Sports Being Lined. Entries to Joe Filmer The Sporl a Committee of which A. .-Kilmer Is cbairman la tlolng jeo- an Een-ice In lining up a program or July 2nd Red Cross Carnival lorts to place at JJentlereon ark Fftlr Grounds coramenclng at no o'cJock. Tho genera J coraioillea as bcea fortunate enough to Ii: Ivor ciipa douated for lao venlsi 100 yards daBh. High jump. iOO yards hurdle TBCT. 220 yards Halt "mile Tun. Motar Cycle One or Ibe (caiures of the aficr- oon's sports will- ba- a three-mile tuoiorcrcle race for the championship T Southern Alberta. i-Thls is due lo iriAc out a large.entry. In addition there be a nail Irlvlng conlcst'and'ftn egs and spoon race for the ladles; alto a mop con- em. An old man's race alio tins .a place on the also .boys' aces under 1G and and )road Jump. 'J Owing to desire of the ball team o take part in the 'Coaldale tourna- ment, the baseball game, wlilch was iUrteii at four, o'clock, will Blart at The game will last about an hour and thrte-qiisrlBrs and will be a big feature of.the. afternoon. 'After the ball game, the Auto Club 5 expected to number of races to complete theLprogram. Entries for the races will be taVen jy Job Filmer, ctro of the Herald, and :he entry (ee for the first fire erent3 win be 50 cents. DAYTON TRIMS WARNER New Dayton, .luce ball eaiuo played hero ycslar- day botwacu UiC old (line ene- inloi, Ntnr Dayton atd Waniar ft and 1Jie NOT? Dayton ijroT- cd fiupcrior, comlog out cm the long end of a. 10 to 7 Oorrlir started tho gnine for New Dayton, but sprained his cnl.Le nnd was roltevod by A new fincj In (he perEOQ of John- stou. Warnor led to Z la the slxih, hut after thai tho Wot- ner avlaicd. TLe War- ucr luounaiirirjii Old ana blE ballcry mate WDE -Ford. WANT DUMA ELIMINATED Pelragrad, June Dissolution of the council nf the empire Is declared for ID a resolution paeKd today tbo Pan-RutBlaa qf councils of deputies of aoldien end vorkmaa ef- ler prolonjcd debate. Tim ellmtna-, lion of the duma also la asked, Diamond Dots With the District Ball Teamfi SP.ORT NOTES. Jack Coombs, Brooklyn pitcher; hts beaten Uie New York fJlants 11 tlmn In 'succcBslon. Seventy million dollars .3 Invested In. Iran shoo Una In America and Iho sporl Is following the flag. Uomlo Bolaml, Detroit pitcher, has set back the New York "r'ankccs clgbt times In row. It coala moro to stage I he'grand American trap shooting tournament han It dcica Iho world's baseball 9C- rloa. Of tbo .hundreds ol Uiousanda' ol Lrap shRolcrft not more than 100 shoot from Ihe left Bhoi.lncr. J The Western Inlercollcglalo confer- ence has decided not to adopt the IcrnatEonal rule requiring tracks (o be mcnsure 12 Inches from the pole. CARMANGAY TEAM 13 PLAYING GREAT BALL Cftrmsngaj', June to In correct Information tlje Herald sporl column tl.'it Barons bea Carrnantfly by 5-2. The score wa Ib.p. and inetead ot Baron Hie laurel vrreath of vlctorj the ball players retired to search Ii vain" Tor a weeping willow tree. The Qarmangnx baaeball team 1 a splendid account 'of ilecl U .achievements lo date arc: Cnrmangay S, Bfircns 2. -StaYely 5, C.irrrianBayi 3. Osrmangay Vulcan 3. Carmangay 6, StaVeljr 1. The gunics arc of high order and sti Tuesday's game. y, '.thouBli revealing, (he great- eat difference between scores of anj- gime, was no" a.nil A big to mnkc tho dfly one-Id ba AMERICANS ABROAD, SOLICITING FUNDS Sport Summary auffalo, June J, Murray, manager of the Queentbury Ath- letlc club of Buffalo, today offered (SO.CXU I'oee or drnw, to box on Labor Day, winner of Fred Fulton-ChdHie WelneK match, vlhJch will be held here tomorrow night. Murray ed hli proposition to Tom Jones and Wdlard. Jonei and are Involved Tn a manager's wran- gle. Jones accepted, Chicago, June Lew- is won the welterweight title from Jack Briiton at Dayton, Ohio, .on 'the referee's deeiclon. The bout Wat for twenty roundt, Thomas J. Hickey, president of the American Association, hac fin- ed Joseph Tinker, manager of tht Co'umbus leim, and Fred Mollwitz of Kanuc City, for an altercation in a game it Kansas CUy Thurmday. Every Autoist is Pleased with ourAccessories and Supplies when he uses them on his Car. lie at once recognizes that efficiency goes with our auto supply service as well as promptness and moderate charges. y We have the very -latest improvements In spark plugs and all other accessories and a car equipped wilh them is at its best in every way. BAALIM tilOTOR CO, Exciting Lawn Last Night Decides Pos- session of Trophy A close and eiclling Bankers' Cup last nighl, rliilleui favor 'of the iliol. The Adams Tor the resiilted gers by the odd Mcllvcnna. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Wgr." anil The playing ,was good, aiid though [Jarmanfray's Jeatii Taster In the ield and the game was- never certain and several llmea Stave- ly loomed up as very, dnngorous- TJic people of the district are all preparing for (he btf U.F.A. picnic at Nbwen's Orotc tomorrow. A chance lo aeo Harohs elar nine, Starcly and CarmaiiEay baseball teams -In tha field will drnw larso numbers. A Bplcndld programme lias been drawn up And preparations for Iho' entertainment of a largo crowd hnH-.bcen made. The Ked celehratlon on July 2 la being announced, bmaeball, snorts, etc., are tbc attractions. Champion, Slavely nnd (he rinks, who have held the cup since Ihe beginning of Ihe season wcnl tlovrn lo defeat at the hands ot rinks shipped by ClnrK and Marnoch. The play was closo flnrt highly Interesting all the way through: A pairs competition for prizes pre- sented by Mr M.P.t ina been organised by Uie cs ecu I he. Somu 40 players liave already been, lined up for tills and the rest Ihla week will ba allowed for the various pairs to.practice together. Next week the competition will slarL In earnest. A single competition will nlso he set going. lThe prize for which will be presented by S. Adams. Tlila Tnllbe a handicap compclltlon, FO that everyone'will have an equal chance of winning1.- Anyone dcnlrAus of Joining the club requested-lo get in touch wild Sec-. retary J. Marnoch at once, so that hey may bo Included In the compell- As all Iho proceeds are to bo dc- voted to Ihc.Ked Cross fund It Is honcrf (hat OTeryonc will gurinorl.thls celebration. Weshlnglon, Juno 22. America's campaign to rnlec this week for (he tied Cross today assum- ed Inlcrnnllonal projwrtlons when word rcachen headquarters liere-tha( fl of American resident In j-aria, Panama, Pdm find other Sflulh American Coun- tries nic actively .sollellfng Fund rfora cit hcadquar early today Showed obtplned In four days, and lodny's work WAS expected, lo raTso the total to. nea.' FORTY MILE BEAT HAT Korly Mile baseball (cam trimmed team from MctJfcfnc Hat to ,1 flnfeh on'Jinni 10. the score belnx 12-11. The chances for the Mile team at Ihe stnnincde nre rising considerably, THIRTY n, June number of Injured In Iho rioting In Corlc night Is given, ol-tboul 30, In dispatch from ol-tbo One pollco Inspector was Ihjur'cd.aertbrfsly, fnachthc Sims were (fnlncd on (he most of the rioters NIVOV SNIM I'lillndelrhla, June Molla IIJurElcill. of York, twice winner of the N'atlcuial torlRy captureil Hie final malcli of the national Iennl9 tournament at Ilic I'lillmlclrliln Cricket Club, :lc- featlng Miss Marlon Vandcrlwef of New York, -1-6, C-2. CELEBRATE the 4thi of JULY at BIG BASEBALL TOURNAMENT FIRST. CAME TO AT 10 SHARP FREE FOR ALlu TROT OR PACE LIGHT HALF MILE TRACK FREE FOR ALIV RUNNING RACE 'ON HALF MILE TRACK FREE FOR ALT; RUNNING RACE 1'oiiy Mile- Horse .ami Ritcej .yards, Start'-. Teani Saddle anil Moiint s FJKit RareK of All Kinds'- Congest and LIG EVENING, _. COpp TOTAL NET PftiCEEDS 00 JO T.rti m ;