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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, JUNE 30, LETHimiDGE DAILY HERALD i NATIONAL Won Brooklyn I'liiludiMphiii Boston New York ('IliCJlfSO Pitlfiburj; Cincinnati 61. Louis 88 33 zn 30 I'd. .M 27 29 Phillies Rally From Slump Now York. Juno [Miiladel- jiliin champions i-hockcd their slump today when, after suffering live straight defeats.: they won both sec- tions of a double header from New York. 4 to 0 and 5 to 2. In the first AMERICAN Won New York Washington Cleveland Chicago Boston Detroit St. l.ouls Philadelphia 33 31 29 17 20 28 2S 30 Pct. .071 .Ml) .a.VJ .524 .tea .288 Pitcher Fielded Badly Chicago. Juno Covolos-' kie supported so poorly today that Chicago easily trhimphed over Dutruit S to 2. Wolfc'ang'u plt'clilng vvau a feature.. Tlie White Sox went into fourth place as a result of the In tlie fifth Covcleskifi luiule Ennio Rlsov pitchod remarkably. Only same. In the hull Covoleskie miul.e 27 Giants 'faced him. In the second two wild throws, one of which with game the veteran Chief Bonder, hero the liases full allowed the White box of five world's series victories runs. Iho Giants; held tile Glanln to sovcu 4 S 0 0 4 Anderson and Detroit 2 -I Chicago............ S 8 CovclcsklH, Cunningham.' Bolaml Baker; Wolfg: and Schalk. scattered lilts. First Philadelphia w Ktiiiucn. I again today from. Boston .by r n score of s to 0. liawer was liiviu- P n udolpliiii..........-' H 1 Now York............ 2 7 Uendcr Kiliifer; Pen-itl, Sehnuer, SclHipiranil Rurlilcn. Daring Steal St. Louis. June St. Louis team returned today after a long rand trip and was defeated by the Chicago to 2. ilcider's steal of homo was the feature of the game. Chicago 3 G SI. Louis.............. 2 9 1 1 Leonard and Ciirrigan; Harper a nil Henry. Indians Blanked Cleveland. June Louis bunched seven lifts off Loudermilk in the fourth and fiftli innings today and Offered in so pleasing a variety of grateful fruit flavors ADAMS' TUTTIFRUTTI CUM makes it easy for you to select the very ,Havor you will most enjoy at any timt. Comes how in the new, convenient package containing five good-sized sticks. Each one wrapped in wax- paper and tinfoil. The outer wrapper of each package is a valuable coupon you will enjoy raving for and College Shields. Your dealer has Tutti Frutti in the five mellow flavors. ORIGINATORS PAGi-: THREE won 7 to 0. 1st. Louis Packard and Fischer; Sleolo mid Bnydcr. Umpire O'Day Was Off Boston, June held the Braves to four hits today and Brook- lyn 2 to'l. Much fault found with Umpire O'Day's Judgment on halls and strikes.; 'Manager Staltings and President iigb'ton of the local Cleveland Davenport Severoid; Louder- milk. Klepfev and O'Neill. Yankees Score Shutout, Too Philadelphia, June Shawlrcy kept the few hits of the home team scattered today and New York won 6 to 0. Baker hurt bis leg in making a two-base bit in the first inning'and antl 1 lUSHlBilL III nil. 1UV.IH club conferred on the then I was forced to leave the game after the latter took a seat behind the plate, be sat for several innings. Brooklyn............ 2 9 (I Boston 4 2 Smith and Meyers; Nobf. Hughes and Tragrcssqr. No other games scheduled. NORTHERN Afternoon scoring. New York'............ 5 1 ..'0.4 2 Shnwkey and Nunaniaker; Nabors, Sheehan, Hasselbnck'aud Meyers. Rochester N'ewark Kirkmayer 1 land Schwert. 1 Buffalo INTERNATIONAL 1 K i) a ind Hale; Lane .and jjonovan and j Providence Bei'iior, Evening Duiutii 0 l-Iandee and Withrow Stevenson Berber Fort William 0 4 10 In Bader. Anderson Qnslpw ml Yelle. Montreil Baltimore 7 14 Schultz -Cnmmings. and Johnson Sweeley, i Cadore and Crbwell and Me- A.voy Toronto 770 Richmond MUST "DO AS ADVERTISED President of American League Will Not Stand-ta-See Fans Stung Chieato' lime ovei the Washington club's failure to live up to Vile announcement that Pitcher AV'alter'Johnson would be Ed Walsh's opponent in: tho game hare recently President' the American league todaj considered the or a heaiy fine on the cluh and tho sending'of notices' to other clubs that such announcements m'ust be lived up to One of the largest week-day crowds of the season attended the game, it is presumed by the news that in Walsh's'attempt to come hack Johnson would oppose him. Just before the game word was aent to reporters by Manager Griffith that be- ctuso of the illness of Johnson's fath ei m law Congressman Roberts of Kansis be would be unable to THIRD BASEMAN KILLED "Mobile. Ala..- June Dodge third baseman of thp Mobile Southern Association ball team, died tonight from concussion of the oraiu caused bj being hit by a pitched ball today. DON'T OVERLOOK GOL.F MEETING MONDAY EVENING Keep m mind the meeting Monday evening at Chinook Club in the inteiest of a muni upil golf links Eveobodj is invited to attend and 01 ganization in city which at all interested in sport should certainly have a representative present 8 U '0 McKee; GUtings and Reynolds; (seven innings) AMLHICAW ASSOCIATION Columbus 4 .10 0 11 0 Vance. Blorlgett and Cole- man; Rogge, Palkonborg and Sclianir K insas C it> 401 Minneapolis.......... 2 S I Humphries "and Hargrave; Beutley Cushion and, Land, .Chyens Milwaukee 9 12 a St Paul 871 Slapmcka and Spe.lnaan DpvoxJ Leifleld Douglas Upham and Glenn Toledo 2 2 f 1 172 Bodient and Sweenej Luque and Williams Vork, June out-; weighed by fully 35 pounds aud hav-1 a disadvantage nearly six inch- es In height, Jack Dillon, the Indian- apolis heavyweight, cleverly ouL- fouglit and outpointed Moran, the Pittsburg lieavywoighL, in nine rounds of a ten-round bout here to- night. Moran weighed 204 pounds and Dillon The Indianapolis man was in fine fettle, while looked Cat and flabby. Dillon was the aggressor from the start and was too fast and clev.er for his bigger If Lhc weather mau is real good lo- .ofrpw hfi all kinds of excite- the Gill'. t-inujns howling greoiiK. The rains or the pant have helped to put the sod in period condition and the committee in clwrge of .tomorrow's tourney are doing ev- erything make this year's event Die best they have ever put on. All those took part iit previous tournaments are requested to be on hand tomorrow morning at sharp. The .only stipulations ;is to playing in an entry fee of 25 cents ior the open- ing draw, the bowls tu be supplied by the club as far as possible. There will.bc at distinct events: j The open tournament, starting at fl.SO, with entries from boih the Gal', and Empire cl'tbs, and possibly unifies froih Tabcr: and High River. Tlie sec- ond event to be a consolation affair for those eliminated from tho first and second rounds of: the open draw. An Attractive Contest Another event which will prove great "drawing card will he'the doubles and to all members of j the clubs entered. An extra entry feu j of 25o events will he added, j so as to defer- the cost of the different prizes, all of which are exceptional, and well worthy of a strenuous day's play.. The draws and entries for to- morrow's games will be made tonight on the Gait Garden greens, and every member- both local clubs is request- ed to be on hand at S o'clock sharp. Hard Luck Unfortunately the large entry from the Calgary club cannot make train connections to enable them to be Iieru for the morning draw. A few rinks are expected on the lioon train in time to take part in the afternoon's play. However, their absence, although regretted, will not mar the day's sport as the entry list will be sufficiently large enough to ensure keen playing morning, afternoon and evening. STAMPEDE "AtlETOBRIDGE TOMORROW Last Wednesday evening's shoot at- tracted to Hie traps the largest num- ber of shooters that has turned out here for several years. It is no won- der that this sport is becoming popu- lar, for trying to hit the clay targets thrown at an unknown angle produces in a .sportsman' the same sensation af, the sight of a'chicken or duck on the wing. Owing to the unavoidable ab- sence of the president and to the poor light, the competition for the Dupont beginners' trophy was not held.' It will be shot for next Wednesday even ing and will be under a handicap tcm, Harry Pilling broke the highest per- centage of birds, aud the best "run" was made by Mr. D. Livingstone, of Middletown..Ohio. Following are some of the score Shot At Broke NO LOITERING AT 'DETENTION CAMP The public attending the Stam pede at the exhibition grounds today and lomorrow are par- ticularly requested to keep, to the has been roped off through the detention camp, and not to loiter in front of the camp where the prisoueis are interned, PACIFIC COAST San Francisco .1 5 1 Oakland Brown and Sepulveda; Boys and H. Elliott. Salt LaKo 1 2 Vernon 0 a 1 Pittery and -Hannah, Quinn and Spencer. Los Angele; 03" Poitland 231 Horstnian, Zabel Sblherou and B'isher. Dr. Gallivan Robt. Livingston D. Livingston H. Pilling H. McMillan Jas. Livingston E. Green Morris Shover John Livingston Shields Parker Miller Van Home MacDonald Taylor McLean Roy' LeBlanc Toombs NORTHWESTERN Vancouver......... S 12 1 Seattle 251 Acoata ami Tollman; Rose and Cad- man. f Tacoma i Butte 2 and Baitholomj AleiKIe Roberts f bpokanc Great Falh. on account of rain. WYGKOFF TO RED SOX Philadelphia Tune was an nounced list night at the office of the Philadelphia American leaglue club that Weldon .Wyckoff; :bitcher. has been released to the .Boston. Ameri- cans. Fowler's Grape Cider SPOT" your youn R. L. Fowler Cd. Limited MANUFACTUBEftS Calgary Saskatodn Reginf 50 75 75 50 SO 75 50 25 25 iO 25 25' 25 25 2i 25 57 hi 43 39 46 38 53 17 11 14 10 7 Holiday Baseball A team of ball tossers from the v M.CA. will clash with.the Old Tim- ers Dominion Day niorning at the. Mounted Police barracks. .The game is due to start it lOli Bnnk ers' nine was originally scheduled to meet the Qid Timers on the holidays but through a number of the. players going out of town tha game had to he cancelled. I.emi Duncwortn; is leading the Y brigade aiu1 savs he wiH iiave a bunch of artists lined np foi the fray All the Old Tinieis are requested io be on hand early fpr practice before the game BAN ON MIXED BOUTS OFF N' Y Tune fl9 bouts between white and negro con testants were sanctioned by the state athletic commission today. Author! :alion of- the so-called mixed bouts had been withheld o MIGHTY HONUS FALLS VICTIM TO DAN CUPID Pittsburg Iijne Hems Wagner Pirate short stop will soon sign a contract without the ten day plause Count) Detective John amitli .today, admitted that, the great diamond warnoi will wed his daughfer, Uessio Bain 21 5 ears old after the close of the baseball campaign tins fall Miss Smith Is an enthusiastic baseball fan and attends near K everv game nlBsed hore by Hie Pirites Manager McGraw Talks of His Fente- Wrecking Crew AT EXHIBITION GROUNDS -HENDERSON PARK AAA IN CASH PRIZES NO ENTRANCE FEE: W o r 1 (1 Champion IIor.se Kidei-s iii Attendance The progranmio will include Indian Race, Fancy Roping, Maverick Race, Bull-Dogging- -.Steers.' Horse Race. Bands in attendance Grand Frontier Fea- tures II -i Wf SPECIAL TRAINS RATES on all RAILROADS J __ t Admission to grand stand, 50c- Reserved section, 25c Children under 12 free.', All free lo groiuxK The ladie.s.oftfie. ill liave cbaigo of the refreslmients, all, proceeds' of wliic'h are foi the Red Cross Society. i V. Smith, F. L. Whitney, J. L. Miller. Write J. A. Smith, Stampede Secretary. j 'LET 'ER for the good hockej Bullet .By John McGravv, manager of tlie New York Giants.) 'Are you going lo .win the flag this a million fellows ask me in i week. Now.'I don't know: whether we. are ;oing to win tlie championship or. not. lecause there are a lot of strong :eams-in tlie league, and we .may not the breaks..'. We would have won n 1914, tlie year Stalllnga (lid, if lad caught any of the breaks. Breaks count for a good deal in baseball, and we were getting them on the road. They usually come for a winner. IE a team lias won two or three games in a row. it is always a good bet for 'he nest day or if a pitcher has come through for three 01 four starts 11 The 2'8th is the would always be willing to risk a bet the next time .-His victor- ies have given him confidence So Far the Giants have not develop- ed Info a ball club, steady enough to play 'much inside hall. By tills I mean..there is little use in laying plans-to get one-run and then expect [o win on it. The. old team I had in iflOo ..when we won the -world's championship was this sort ot a club what I call a ttgnt ball club I could count on my pitchers and my. fielders for great defense but that bunch could not hit the ball with the gang I have now Erratic Pjtchlng The' Giants this' year are' a lot of fence-wreckers and'uncertain loo. My pitchers not settled down yet and I never know what any'ot them will do nhen thev start One day a man .pitches his brains out and the next time he starts he is knocked out of the box tte pulllnt out our games with the hard hitting. As tho weathor .stays warm 1 expect some steadier pitching, and can use the sacrifice ard the other deiices of the inside game and play for one or two runs if necessary. The defense Is none too strong. Any on my club is liable to make an error anj time and many a ball that'has been hit in a pinch at some fielder has been accompanied by a prayer from me. Strength Lid in Hitting The real strength of my team lies !n the ability of the players to'iwste the pill The Boston Braves not been going an> too good lateli but I still maintain'that they arc the boys we liG s fear suillines is a great linishcr and he is still sore ibout losing tlie flag last season As doon ae George gets his hot neathei pitchers going Ms team will tiavel hell to get n going mighty.-spun now. With Mejers Bush going al top the AthlcUoe should gradualb Dainty Lunches Served at Henderson Lake Pavilion ALL DAY TOMORROW NUMBER OF HOCKEY. PLAYERS IN 'THE 228th BATTALION Toronto, June Pte. Goldio Prod- gers of the 228th battalion, passed thiough Toronto on his waj bach to loin hie battalion .at North Bay after several days'. r-iesve of absence it his home in London Pte Prod-. gers is the famous: professional hoc- key plajer the crack defense man of the Canadiens of Montreal N.H.A., champions and Stanlf> cup holders f Ware" or Hjers me two McNamaia brothers are officers In this battalion while Gordon Keats and Jack Brown of the Torontos Briden of North Baj and Brown of Berlin Union Jacks are in the rnks. Dllllel JUB UUBll of the Athletic forces under the leadership of tint astute general Con- nie Mack is heaung a classy biaud of baseball this season and Joe for a clnnge has a little help in the person ot Mevers t iccrult pitciiei picked up DA Mack iLast beison Joe was forced to shoulder the burden for the house ot Mack oil the molind Connie did not have any pitchers who could help Toe out but this seaso l tf-e Union association twirlei is getting a rest associaion now and then and his work has nn- IS GOING GOOD Joe Bush sterling heaver EXCURSION TO __ Coleman and Crow's Nest JLY 1st UNDER AUSPICES OF f, KSLEY CHURCH BIBLE SCHOOL Tram the city at 7.15 and returning arrive! at 10 30 p.m. Fare from the City and return, a i COME AND ENJOY A FULL DAY'S OUTINS IN THE MOUNTAINS TENNiS TOURNEY AT CLEVELAND Princeton university team, Four Players Left in Championship Singles Canadians Star in the Ladles" Events Cleveland, Ohio June 29 en- tries to tlie championship -singles na- tional clHv tennis tournament being held on HIP courts ot the Lakewoofl Tenuia olub, nanowed down to four pjajers Willis E Davis tlie' San Francisco boy who is a stu dent at the University of Pennsjt- vanin, defeated Walter B of the jn the fifth round The serai-final round was reached in the men's doubles In the most im- portant match Dojle and jKnox, an eastern team, eliminated Buffalo and Davis and Johns California, also were doubles winners. Dai is his singles match because of his highly developed overhead ice and wonderful ability to cover, all portions of the court Mrs Harrj Blckle, Toronto, Mas Florence New -York, star, red in the ladies' events ,'Iiss Molla Bjursted', Norway and George, M, Church, Tenafly, N J won in tie ed doubles TRAVEL VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC I FARE AND OKE THIRD g -t.! GOING KTeTURN R DAWSOS 'rafel Dislnet I WMf J1 AgMt, Calgary, jf Uev J O Stevens ot Moosomin, IhC Atn.CUOB snouin gruuuuu; ivov j pro.h.- pungent odor ot the ceilarUias accepted a call to the nght their way to the top tcrlan sas Calgary Indus- trial Exhibition JUNE 29TH TO JULY 5TH Single Fare for the Round Trip From all stations in Alberts add Saskatchewan GOING DATES JUNE 28TH TO JULY 4TH RETURN LIMIT JULY 7TH Full Particulars and Tickets from any Canadian Ticket Agent, or S. Ticket Agent, Lethbrldge, R. DAWSON. Dlst. Passenger Agent, Calgary A. A. O. N. M. S. SHRINERS IMPERIAL COUNCIL BUFFALO, N. Y. f JIJLY ,f VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC BY. On sale July 3 to 8 A nominal arbitrary GREAT LAKES Ml W both directions. Consult Ticket Agent R.' DAWSON, ft "District Agurt, --r. g ;