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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, Till'; UCTHBrtlDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE PHILLIES LOSE BUT HOLD LEAD DETROIT CREEPS UP ON BOSTON NATIONAL -V5 70 71 Gl Cl 67 Philadelphia irooklyn..... iJoaton York Pittsburg Chicago..... St. Louis Cincinnati........ 52 .800 .508 .573 .496 St. Louis .477 I New York Detroit Chicago .432 Washington Cleveland Philadelphia AMERICAN 76 76 75 70 G3 GG OS SO 65 58 68 G4 G4 G4 GO 101 .580 Ml .664 .523 .519 .608 .507 .229 consideration as a! successor to Wil- lard. No colored, heavies have shown any class and 'even If they did it is not likely that Willard would IJslit them in view atalomc-iit tli.it at: long as he was champion lie would meet only white men. It Is true that Fulton whipped Al Reich In New j York but there is such a thing as ..............._., not defeat In victory. Fulton did not have to light to retain his title. Just show any extraordinary ability. Un- about the time some aspirant for til iie moots JHoran, Dillon or a few championship honors has reached a other heavies of the same class lie Break1 -Phillies' Winning Streak New York, Sept. York stop- nod Philadelphia's, winning streak hero .oday when they easily defeated the eague champions in the first game of was to be a double-header, thu (.core being 9 to 3. The game was terminated while Philadelphia was at bat in the ninth Inning by a severe rainstorm. The second game was call- ed off on account of rain. Philadelphia........... 3 8 4 New York............. 9 14 0 Alexander and Killifer; Tesreati and Eariden. Batting Rally. Nets Five Runs St. Louis, Sept. held Cincinnati to four hits while St. Louis got 16 oft Toney, and the locals won today's game 0 to 1. A batting rally in I the seventh netted St. Louis five runs. Cincinnati............ 1 4 2 St. Louis.............. 6 15 .1 Toney and Wingo; Meadows and Gouzales. Boston's Pitches Hit Hard Boston, Sept. 8. Boston lost two games to Brooklyn today, G to 2 and 4 to 0. Tyler in the first game and Eudolph in the second for Boston were both hit hard while the Braves were liable to hit either Pfeffer or Smith effectively. First Brooklyn.............. G 15 1 Boston................ 2 8 2 Pfefter and J. Meyers; Tyler and Cowdy. Second Brooklyn'............. 11 Boston............... 041 Smith and Miller; Rudolph and Gow- dy. rain. Tail-Enders Win Philadelphia, Scut. defeated Now York 8 to 2 on a rain- soaked field here today. Manager Don- ovan pitched the eighth. Inning for New York. New York ............2 9 1 Philadelphia........... 8 14 2 nusscll, Love, Donovan and Wal- ters; Meyers and Picinich. Kiichell's Pitching Effective Detroit, Sept. defeated St. Louis in the third game of the pres- ent series 3 to 0, afternoon. The visitors were helpless before Mitchell's pitching. Groom held the Tigers to four hits, but passed eight men. St. Louis.............. 0 4 0 Detroit............... 3 3 4 Groom, Hamilton and Rusley; Mit- chell and Spencer. Chicago Wins Six Strsiyht Chicago, Sept. 0 Neill of Cleveland, enabled Chicago to win its sixth straight game today 3 to 2, after 11 innings. O'Neill allowed the ball to get away from Simons, Cicotte's strike and then threw to right field trying to catch Cicotte, and Terry scor- ed from second with the winning run. Cleveland made five hits and Tris Speaker was credited with four of them. 2 S 3 Chicago.........i.. 3 11 1 Coiirabe, Gould and O'Neill; Benz, Cicotte and Schalk. Called. In Sixth Washington, Sept. 8. and Boston battled six innings without scoring today, tho game being called because of wet grounds after a heavy downpour. Shaw allowed two hits and Shore three. Boston.............. 0 2 1 Washington........... 0 3 0 Shore and Cady; Shaw and Henry- ITS ram JESS mm New Willard does not an BRETON ARROW COLLAR POINTS WORN FLAT OR ROLLED OUTWARD CLUETT, INC. When Harry Davis Stole First Harry Duvto, the famous old star of tlic AtliletlcH anil lu liln llmu one ol1 tho first, i" tho busi- jioint where he can emit a dare with- out beinj; laughed into a. hack alley along CUIIIGK some ox-hone or nevcr- ami blasts the new hope can not he regarded as championship mber. In the meantime Juss Willanl is the chief magnet that draws iron men to five years ago yp'a'.yrday. Thy vet- eran lias many claims to remem- brance, one of which in that is the only man who over stulo llrst base. Thtit jKieuliiir incident has piloted many fana, but it was aciuully pulled off. It was in the old tlsys when Dave now presiricn'i of the IJasehall Players fraternity was pl-iy- ing in tlic outer garden for the Mndc bunch. In the contest Davis wae perched on first and Kultz was on third. Harry stole second in the hope that the throw would nive Fuitz a chance to race home. The pellet was sent, to the' catcher in time to head off KultK, who barely man- aged to gfJt back to third, but Davis made second. Captain Harry wanted that run, and he was bound to have so when the next ball was pitched he chased hack to llrst, stealing that bag to the amazement of players and fans. course, a big howl went up, was-il-liopt! ami munis Uiu Iiuw umui into a shattered mass ot imoly now- 1 the little red wagon out In tho open "eld where elephants snort, lions roar and sleek horses, surmounted by dash- ing figures in pink tights, flash be- fore tile astonished gaze ot the young and the never-grbw-olds. dcrod nolhiuK. When .lack Dillon or Indianapolis trimmed Frank Moran in 10 rounds and trimmed him neatly than even Willard did, it looted as it the followed uf tho padded milt had found a man who could he depended upon to give Jess a run for his title. At least he appeared to be the most logical man for the next bout with the big cowboy. Picked "Easy Mark" These being war times and the EX-TAMMANY LEADER IS SELLING STABLE AND COMING TO U. S. London, Sept. correspond- ents report that Richard Crokor. for- merly leader of Tammany Hall. Is re- tiring from the turf temporarily and is price of bacon beins far greater than to the United States on account the necessities of a pugilist's life1 nf ibB condition of his eyes, which re money. There was Battling Levinsky a harmless, inoffensive two-a-duy lighter, whose chief charm rested on rth j 50o pounds. Both Mr. Croker his ability to hold his feet on 'the backed Banshoe, which floor regardless of the pressure from recently for 500 pounds. the outside on his head. There is nobody Levinsky wouldn't fight, and no time lie wouldn't light him. What more natural then than that Dillon should inveigle the Battler into meeting him, and then that lie should inveigie the public to come o'ut to see 1 him jumble the letters in the Bat- i tier's non-Swedish name. Baltimore I was the place, and everything came out about as Ejected, except that the crowd, was so small the promoter wouldn't make good his guarantee. the gate receipts so scarce that the. two fighters would fight only ten rounds instead of the scheduled and except that Battling .Levinsky whipped Jack Dillon, and whipped him so decisively that the Indian- andlis hoy could scarcely last through the. light. And thus the conqueror of Moran is practically eliminated from serious Saturday when Banshee, starting at 20 to 1, captured the Phoenix plate, AMERICAN: ASSOCIATION Kansas City 4, Columbus 3. Milwaukee 3, Toledo 4. Minneapolis S, Louisville 2. St. Paul 4, Indianapolis 3. INTERNATIONAL Montreal 7, Toronto 0. Rochester 4, Buffalo 8. First game- Richmond 2, Baltimore 7. Second Richmond 0, Baltimore 3. PACIFIC COAST Veruon 4, Los A'hgeles 7: Salt Lake 3, OaSjand 1. San Francisco 6, 'Portland 2. but tho umpire could nothing in the rule.1! to prohibit a player from running backward it lie wanted to. thn inltliil buir. Harry then took a'nollier opportunity to its to steal second, and while lire Ilirow was made in all endeavor to hoad him off, Filltz c'KlHed home with the cov- eted run. Davis commenced hin big league career twenty years ago, in I8'JG, when he was signed by the Giants, having previously played witli Prov- idence and Pawtuckot. New York soo-i turned him over to Pittsburg, where he remained until IS'JS. After a .short experience witli Louisville Davis null the game and wont to work fur u iuilway company. When Cor.nio .Mack invaded Philadelphia in 1'JOl ho called Davis from his retire- ment and made him captain and lirst baseman of the Athletics. iie re- mained with Connie until 1912, when he had a brief experience as pilot of tile Cleveland club, but soon returned to the Athletics to act in an advisory capacity and as a scout. i5c 2 for 30c HESTER REAPPOINTED MANAGER Great Falls, Moni., Sept. a eethiK or Uio Great Falls baseball association today H. II. Ilcstor was given a contract to manage the club ill 1017 and was also given carte blanche to obtain players to make a winner. He leaves early next week on a player-seeking junket through Ari- zona and California. Hester an- nounced the release of Catcher Joe Pitcher Jack Klllilay and lu- fielder "Pug" Bennett. The club fin- ished the season about loser. TENNIS STARS IN EXHIBITIONS Williams and Griffin Defeat the Jap- anese Experts Philadelphia. Sept. Norris Williams II., the new national singles tennis 'champion, and Clarence .1. Criflln of San Francisco, defeated I. Kumagae and H. Miliami, the Japan- ese experts in an exhibition doubles match today, Williams.substituted for William M. Johnston, who shares with Griffin the national doubles title. It was the first time the Americans had played as partners and the visitors easily won the first set. The team work 'of the Americans improved as the match won by them and after they had forced the scores to deuce and they won the third set easily. Kumagae scored an easy victory earlier in the afternoon, in a singles match with Roland Roberts of San Francisco. The score was "The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more 'than trebled during the past three months. Have you tried one (CONTINUED FIIOKT PAOE) mcnt with all its equipment, five pieces in all. Then in order came tile Car Repairers Union No. 287 float with a miniature box car mounted on the truck; the Taylor Milling Co. and Cereal Workers Union combined float banked with Lethbridge made "Tay- lor Maid" flour.; tho Crystal Dairy with an immense milk bottle as tho central figure, all in spotless white: the Lethbridge Kandy Kitchen spread ing by tho wayside; the City of Lethbridge Parks depart- ment with a float banked with vari- colored flowers from the city's parks and greenhouses, and last of all, a trainload of lumber and building sup- plies turned out by the Becker and Yates Lumber Co. The last float was unique. It was drawn by a smail engine and the tiiree truckS'lollowing carried a.load of lumber, a load of shingles and a load of trimmings and other fixtures respectively. Altogether the parade was a credit to all the participants and was high- ly appreciated by the crowd. The winners of the various prizes were: Float Winners Red Cross; 2nd, Crystal Dairy. Crystal Dairy; 2nd Becker Yates Lumber Co. Union Car Repairers Union No. 287; 2nd Taylor Mills Cer- eal Workers Union. National Red Cross; 2, Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. A new full starched light wcigni tape smarter than a soft collar TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL FULTON GOT BEST OF IT St. Paul, Sept. Fred Fill- -5 ton of Rochester, Minn., as- pirant to the heavyweight -J championship title, decisively defeated Dan (Porky) Flynn of Boston, Mass., in a 10 round no decision bout hero last night, newspaper men at the ringside agreed. Fulton led In all but tTie third and hi'Sh rounds, wliich were even. BRITISH M. P. DEAD; WAS NATIVE OF CANADA London, Sept. Duncan Fred- erick Campbell, D.S.O., M.P. for North Ayrshire, died yesterday after a brief illness. Duncan Frederick Campbell was horn at Simcoe, Out., in 1876, Scottish parentage. After graduating from the University of Toronto he received his commission in 1898, with the Lancashire Fusiliers. He served with his regiment in South Africa, where he was wounded. During his campaign there he was mentioned in dispatches, received the .Queen's Me- dal, six clasps, and won his D. S. O. In 1908 he transferred from the Fusi- liers to the 42nd Black Watch. Col. Campbell was twice mentioned in dispatches during the present war. Best Decorated Garage. Best McFarlane on a small pony. The youngster rode like a veteran and made a distinct hit. Prizes to the winners will be paid on application to H. Morris, Alex- andra Hotel barber shop. CIGAR SMOKEI PLEAS to the excessive demand lor until the enlargement of our Model Factories is completed -we are asking all Tobacconists to buy no.more ttian 30 days' sispoly. TMs will ensure Cigars iii prime.condition. S. DAVIS SONS LIMITED, MONTREAL. The Largest Manufacturers oi Clears in Canada. Winners 61 Gold Medals in competition with the World. Because we have made good Cigars tot, over half a Century. CIGARS Some Tobaccoolsb will fry ro sen yon otter Gjjars WHY? I simply because there is less profit to them on V A ;