Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONDAY; MAY K 1917 TUB LETHBRIDGE DAILY I1RRA.LD PAGETHRE8 BRINGING UP FATHER G. McManus: League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. P-C. New York Philadelphia SI. Louis Boston....... Cincinnati Brooklyn..... 13 IS 11 S 11 r, 3 S 10 15 13 .ost '.K-i ATI --107 .318 ..27S loslon Veir York----- Chicago...... 1. Louis..... ?tarelaud..... Detroit Wnshlneton SATURDAY GAMES 5 1 New York -100 002 '9 0 MUcliell, UlllB, I'errj 'and Hulm; Benton and McCarthy, Gllison. "..VOOD 4'. 0 DroohlJ-n' 3' 1 Scaloa and Ellioll; PIcftcr and Miller.. 'B 0 miaaelylia 000 2ig ,7 1 I Watson, Xorth anJ Snyder; Iti.tcy Kllllfcr. Boslon-Pittsburff, poslponcd t. Ko Suuday games AssocTvnoN At Minneapolis, 2; Tolodo 4. At. SI. 3; Indianapolis 4. At KnnESS Ctly, 3; Columbus, 10, AL Milwaukee; :i; Louisville, G. INTERNATIONAL Saturday Carries. First 2. 3, 1; noch- li, S. Second JO, p; Rochester 1, First 1, C, 2; Buf- falo B, 10, 1. Second, 2, 6, C; Bntfalo S, 11, 3. I'rovklento' 0. 7, 1, C, 2. NORTinVESTERN 1 34turday Games nutto 3, Vrincouvcr 1. Second C, 2 1, Orcat'Falls 0.. Bppkanc 12, Sealllc 5. "_ Sunday Games'. Great Falls 1, Tacoma C, 10, 0. Scntllo 1, 1, 0; Spokane 0, 0, 0. AMERICAN Ixisl. J'.C. .714 .571 -.S52 .633 .351 .345 .316 15 12 16 H 14 a J3 14- 15 15 PACIFIC COAST Saturday Oakland C, Vcrnoii 3. SRn Frnnclsco a. Sail Lake 'i. Portland 4. Lpa Angeles 3. Sunriiy Ganiea. Flint 1, 3, 0; Ver- ron1 0, 5, 2. Se-'.ontl Oak land 5. G, t- Vcrnon 4, .13 1. Ixis Angeles 13, 2; Portland 6, 0. Fii-sl Lak9 0, 4, 3; San J Fr.inclnco, C, T, Second 4, 1, 0; Kan Krnnclsco J, 6, 2, SATUBDAV GAMES. Philadelphia ODD 0 1 SI. Louis 300 010 S 0 cnberg. KcifolJ and Scliang; Sothoron and Severold. Washington 000 S 2 Cleveland 000 100 OOD-U 3 1 and Homy; Bag- dy and O'Neill. N lioslon J 003 005 12 0 Detroit .....OCO 000 5 -I Thomas; Dau'ss ami Sinn- QEO and YellC: Vatic OCO100 000-1 1 4 Chicago 100 100 3 1 MogrEdge and Nunamakcr; Scott and Schalt. SUNDAY GAMES. Running Cleveland, May lliough made only two hits, lj> daring rjase running turned each inlo a run and defeated Washington- to day-2-to 0. Washington. E ClevclanO 2 3 x Cobb's Big Stick Detroit, Jlay hit lij Cohu, comliig alter a single by Rus] and Yonnft'aAsRcrlnce, gavo Detroit 2 to 1 victory over Boston after IB In nlnss hero lortay. Holh Ehmko an Shore pitched srcal ball.( Boston -S Dolrolt .000000010 S Shore and Agncw; Elimke and Spen ccr. White Sox Win Chicago; Mny 13. Eddie Cicoll held Js'oir York Io hlls tqiiay whll Eo touched Nick Ciilloi) (or fiv Chicago winning 1 to 0.' Now York 2 Chicago1 '5 Cullop and falters; .-Clcottc ar I-S-nn. Athletlei Defeated SI. I-onls, May held Pbi nilolphla to nvc hits today and S Louis iron 8 to 1, Koob .was never I danger after the nrst.' Philadelphia ..100000 6 St.'- I-oula 501 200. 3 9 .Myere, Schancr and Schang, Ilalcj Koob and SeTerold. NORTHERN SATURDAY GAMM S 11 1; Mlnot 331. Wlrren 361; Fargo 571. Sunday Wlnnlpeu 3, C, 1 ealarj' basis for II, Iho nrfrnmeril will end In fnfor ot Iho great bitter, for owners-prove ft by ibo sol- (hoy pay. Take tho great baUcrs of the game Cobb, Chase, WdBncr, JnckBon nnd olhcia. Speaker, Cobb .Wngncr liavo ttx n number 'of yearn uccn Iho highest salaried1 plny- crs In tho game, and whenever II CGmcfi Iho Ijjggest pal- dry rwl of Iho iinckctuook at n club ownnJ1, tho grcnl olTonstvc player has tho IjCBt r.hniice. I inajnatcS nvn willing l nibiioy for" offensive star llilujliey part wllli for a player vhoae main valno IB his dcfenElre strength, Tor baseball Is a.game where offensive playing la (he most difficult, and whenever i player shines ibpvc hlR fcllou'c In attacking he can command Iho largest salary every lime. MIKE GIBBONS HAS STRINGS ON HIS .PURSE Do boxers sive money? Ask Michael 1. Gibbons, ot SI. Paul. 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