Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
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BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston....., New York Pittsburg Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Won Lost Pet. 77 52 .597 75 S3 72 G3 G2 60 57 52 64 02 Ii8 72 76 SO .586 .571 .504 .477 .455 .429 .394 Giants Win Again New York, Sept. York the fourth game of the Philadel- phia series today 9 to 4. The Giants won.when 12 men scored six runs in the fourth' inning. Philadelphia........... 4 8 1 New York 9 11 1 Ilixey, Mayer. Oeschger and Burns; Adams, Tesreau and Rariden. Boston Creeping Up Boston, Sept. Boston Na- tionals by defeating Brooklyn today pulled up to within three and one half games of the leaders: The score of the; game, in which Ragan easily out- pitched Marfluard, was 5 to 1. Brooklyn.....'......... 1 6 3 Boston 5 11 3 Marquard and Meyers; RaRnn and Dowdy. 'Only two games scheduled. EHMKE REPORTS TO JENNINGS Detroit, Sept. Ehmke. star pitcher for the Syracuse club of the New York state league, reported to. Manager Jennings of the Detroit Americans-yesterday, Several -.major league clubs tried to obtain Ehmke. The youngster left last night with the Tigers for Cleveland. DRAFT DRAWING ON SEPT. 15 Cincinnati, Sept. was decid- yesterday that the annual drawing at the drafts of the major leagues from the minors .would be'held here Friday, September 15, by the National Base- ball commission. The drafts will be announced as drawn. Yes, 'Somewhat! Grover Alexander, is not the only Philly. pitcher who has won a bonus for good' work. Eppa Rixey draws down additional for winning 15 games.. That. beats teaching school. Boston Detroit Chicago New York St. Louis Cleveland Washington Philadelphia AMERICAN Won Lost 78 78 77 71 71 64 30 59 S9 64 GG GG GG 100 Pet. .682 .569 .55 .52: .518 .511 .492 .231 In The World of Sport -a New Club Formed Here To Promote Wrestling and Boxing Bouts This Winter Best Professional and Amateur Talent Will be Brought Together in Winter Out for Freddy Welsh, Billy Weeks and Jack Taylor. Faber's Pitching Good Chicago, Sept. held St Loins In five scattered hits today while Chicago bunched hits off Koob Groom and Hamilton, and won the second game or the series from the.v Itors 5 to 2. St. Louis............. 2 5 Chicago...... 5 13 Koob, Park, Groom, Hamilton and Hartley; Faber and Schalk. Leaders Win Another Washington, Sept. lit Shaw opportunely today and won from Washington 4 to 2. Leonard, although unsteady, was effective in the pinches Boston................ 4 S Washington........... 2 S Leonard and Carrlgan; Shaw.jXyres and Henry. Hellman Does Gocd Work Cleveland, Sept. turned the tables on Cleveland today win ning 9 to 1. Dauss was a puuzle throughout, while Boehling and Gould were hit hard. Heilman, for Detroit made three singles, a double and' a triple in five times at bat. i Detroit................ 9 15 C Cleveland 1 6 2 and Spencer; Klenfer, Boeh- ling, Gould, Pennock arid Only three games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL 3, Richmond-4. 4, Richmond 7. 1, Rochester 2. 3, Rochester 2. Providence 2, Baltimore 6. Toronto 5, Montreal 3'. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 3, Louisville 5. Kansas City 7, Toledo 5. Milwaukee 1, Columbus 5. Minneapolis 1, Indianapolis 5. Labor Council Thanks The Donors of Prizes The Trades and Labor council cele- bration committee desires to acknow- ledge" the for the sports and pafa'de: "imperial Oil Co. keg Polarine; Mr. Brown, Majestic theatre, 2 reserved seats to" any Mr. Hanson, pa'ss for one month' to'Orpheum; I." T. U., J..; U. -M. W. of A., Brewery Workers Car Re- Union Coreal Workers' W.: A. Buchanan ?10; E. A'. Ewert, jeweler (goods) ,Mc- iLeod; Bros., .clothiers (gqodsT Hadisoii Alberta Buffet and Grill: ?10; Alexander Cigar stand ?2.50; White Lunch, al R. A. Wright, jewel- er, shoe store McGuire (goods) ?n; B. J. Hill (goods) Western Mercantile F. Thaell (goods) W. A. Windsor Hotel 15; Raworth Dros. (goods) ?10; Lethbridge -Exchange (goods) Good Co.. (goods) City Har- ness Shop (goods) Shooting Gal- Independent Meat Market, Prank Co, (goods) .Won Reposfnieai yas-hansJng the. floor of the bridge and 'was tied, to the span to prevent it from swinging, when the span-went into the water; fortunately the rope broke and left the cage sus- pended and swinging dizzily 100 feet in the air.. Hon. J. D. Hazen was ot the opinion that the steel buckled .before the suy- ports gave way. A Young-Hero Armand Hardy, St. Rbmuald, eight years old, one of the onlookers, saw one of'the workers who'fell nto the, water struggling in an ex- lausied condition to reach shore. The nd juniped into the river and m'an- igcd to get the man ashore safely. Ijon. R. L. Patenaud, minister of inland revenue, iarbor master of Quebec, proceeded to the scene of the disaster and made an investigation.- "The sales of Noblemen Clears have more .than trebled.-, during tho past" y three monthi." you trlt4 See The New FORD Before Selecting a, Car- v. f. o. b. Lethbridge FORD PARTS OUNLOP TIRES DOMIf ION TIRES STEWART SPEEDOMETER TIRES MALTESE CROSS'TIRES And a General Line of Accessories attention given to- Re- solicit your Ford business. v Ford Garage Third Ate. S., Phone 633. Open Day and Night.