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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY. SEPTEMBKR Ifi. In The World of Sport BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL Brooklyn .Philadelphia Boston New York.... I'lttslnirg .Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Lost 1'ct. ill .507 55 .581 55 .577 112 Supcrbas Win by Big Sco Brooklyn, Sept. S won a race against rain lod by defeating 1'ittsburg 8 to 1 i inning game, called by rain, Ir Portias y, and a five roatjcd Philadelphia to two {till games. Eight hits, including a run drive with the bases full, netted the Superbas eight runs in the second inning. Pittsburg Brooklyn............ s No batteries given. Chicago at Boston, rain. St. Louis at Philadelphia, rain. Cincinnati at .New York, called cud of fourth, rain. PAClFIcTcOAST Oakland 7: San Francisco 8. Portland i: v'ornon 1. Los Angeles Ml: Salt. Lalca-3. AMERICAN Uosiou Detroit Chicago New York St. Louis Cleveland Washington Philadelphia Won 79 SI SO Lost 58 611 fill lit; r.s IIS 106 Pet. 576 4 522 518 fill 500 221 'A new full starched light weight tape smarter than a soft collar TO.ORE COLLARS Admitted' the test quality best fitting in TOOKE BROS.. LIMITBO .MONTREAL Wild Pitch Gives Cinis Chicago. Sept. wild pitch by Thomas gave C.hicago the liual game of the year with to 2. Cicotto'was in line form and allowed Washington but three scattered hits. Washington 3 2 Chicago.............. V> Shaw. Thomas and Henry; Cicotte and Lapp. Cleveland Makes Clean Sweep Cleveland, Sept. pitch- ing by two Cleveland recruits allowed Cleveland to defeat Philadelphia to li today. Cleveland made a clean sweep of the 11 games played by Philadelphia here this year. Philadelphia.......... 2 S Cleveland 1I) Sheehau and Haley, Fanner and Deberry. Detroit Wins Final Game Detroit, Sept. took the final game with New York today Mogridge pitched a fairly good ie but Detroit hit often enough to t him. New York........... 2 Detroit.............. 10 Mogridge and Alexander; Dauss k Stanage. Boston Wins Easily St Louis, Sept. easily defeated St. Louis In the last game of the season with the locals here to- day, S to 3., Hard hitting marked the contest throughout. Boston.............. St. Louis............ :J Poster. ,Mays and Thomas: Koob, Davenport, Hamilton, Fiucher, Park, McCabe and Rurnler, Hartley, Sever- oTd. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 10; Columbus 0. Milwaukee 2: Louisville 4. St Paul 0; Toledo il. Kansas City 9; Indianapolis li. Exciting Race For Bat Honors In Big Leagues Chicago. Sept. Cobb must have broken his favorite bat the me otiier im.v ivlior, get t'.vo and two home runs in five times at bat. lie has not got a hit since In seven times up. As a result he has dropped behind Tris Speaker until loday he is 20 points back of the Cleveland star In the big stick battle. Shocker, the Yankee recruit, who spoiled Hie Tigers' chance to go into the load yesterday, had Cobb among the other Detroit batters on his staff, Tyrus Raymond failing to land on tlie ball safely in four times at hat. Joe .Jackson has shown no signs recently of overtaking Speaker and Cobb. In the National league Hal Chase Is maintaining bis lead sat'ely, but .lake Datlhcrt is pressing him. Honus Wagner has fallen back a little. The big stick battle to date: American League Player Speaker......... Cobb........ Jackson "ASHBV ARROW COLLARS-NOTE THE NEW PRICE 15c. EACH 2for30ctH. 6for90ct9. Chill. Piling d.. IM. it By a score of .35 to 27 the Dodgers defeated the G. X. in a well contested game at: the "Y" last night, lloth teams played well iu the half, and gave the spectators a good deinou- stration of fast and steady playing. This half ended with a close score. In the second half the playing was more uneven and with Murray's spec- tacular shooting, thu Dodpers soon gained a good lead, and their fast de- fence broke up all G. X. rallies. Tall- ing did the star playing lor the G. X. and Lund also made two nice field baskets. Ol, tho whole the players PAGE No Matter What You Want to Shoot Dominion Ammunition meets every requirement of the sportsman. It has'speed, accuracy and three factors perfect ammunition. Dominion Ammunition for small game or big, for tai i irttdK, Whether its the u that gives perfect shooting results. Send for free colored hanger "A Chip of the old Block Dominion Cartridge Company, Limited, 785 Building, Montreal. Dealers sell Dominion. imimmmillllllll! I1'. did very well and there is no doubt 1SR I that Lcthbridge bus the material for fn.iui in thp smith for the 537 18S .348 the fastest team in the south for the 1 !hase Jaubert National League coining season.' Campbell umpired the first half alia Irwin the second. 156 .327 Campbell played for Bounell in the I second half. The teams lined up as, follows: j G X Dodgers 1 Tailing.... Centre L. Dunsworth jonos___L. Forward. .W. Hurray NEW HALF MILE RECORD SET BY D1RECTUM I; 0 Svracuso. N. Y.. Seilt. lO.-Direc- M. Dunsworth.R. Forward... .A. Kant turn I. world's champion pacing stal-1 R. Lund......L. Ouan ..G McKillo, ion, at the New York state fair grand (J. Jlclvor. ,..R. Guard.. F Bonne circuit meeting Thursday, broke all G. Campbe! records for a half mile by going the The people of Lethbndge do not distance in seconds. The former] seem to display much interest in sport record was 56 seconds held by Dan I judging by the attendance last night Patch and was made behind a wind-1 The talent displayed was worthy ot shield'in Memphis in 1903. Directum a bigger .crowd. The boys ileserie was paced by a running horse, and j more encouragement, and it is liopen covered the first Quarter in the a larger number will turn out to the fastest in pacing history. The second, next game, quarter was made in 29 seconds. He was driven by Thomas Murphy. INTERNATIONAL Won Lost 57 lifl (ia (IS Buffalo Providence Toronto Baltimore Montreal Richmond Rochester Newark Buffalo 6; Toronto 1. Other games Pet. .529 .460 OFFER WELSH FOR FIGHT New Orleans, .Sept. ment was ViaoVby a fight promoter today that ho had wired the manager lot Freddie Welsh, champion light- weight pugilist, offering Welsh a guar- antee of ?15.00CTfor a M-round light for the title here. January 1 next, with Johnny Dundee of New York. Cobb'is aboiit'duc to pile up a few more "hits and swipe the home plate a couple of times for Detroit. Spea.t- er is his average at the expense' of the lowly Conniemacks. TABER CHALLENGES LOCAL BALL TEAM If Lethbridge ball wants to get even with thu Tabor Crescents for the game stolon from the locals here in the darkness the last time the two'teams clashed, the oppor- Unity is wide open. Taber fair comes on Sent. and and the Taber boys want the locals to come down on Tues- day afternoon, Sept. -Oth. Ta- her will pay all expenses. The Taberites are anxious to know immediately if Lethbridge will be there, so it's uu to the locals to act quickly. GREAT IS THE "DISCARD" SAYS MANAGER OF THE DODGERS EX-FIGHTER GETS RENOMINATION Chicaso, Sept. M. San; try ivho under the name ol Santry was a former well known featherweight pugilist, was renomma- tcd as a member of the state legisla- ture in the primary, returns indicate Santry Is a sponsor of a toTegalize boxing In Illinois. CALGARY-HAT BALL GAME Calgary, Sept. teams from Calgary and Medicine Hat meet here today at In; an inter-cily championship aeries. Frank Baker Is back in the game for New York. (By I. E. Sanborn) Chicago. Sept. the discard, did you ever stop to think in how few games it has any value, at: all? I'iaying the great American game of if enoiigh gamesters stay in to exhaust the deck, the discard may prove invaluable it it gives you the" right card to till a'flush or a. I'ousi- 'but usually the discards are as lifeless as yesterday's pipe ashes. In the more modern game of rhum. only the top card of the discard has any value and the rest is dead wood. In "the majority of indoor games there is no discard anyway. Baseball is a peculiar game in that' the discard may prove of great value. and there is no limit to tho amount of resurrection to which a discarded player may be susceptible. As in poker, a discard may prove a winner; in the right hand. 1 If anyone doubts it, take a second slant at that Brooklyn outfit which is lighting hard for the National league flag, and has compelled the experts to consider, it seriously as a likely pennant winner. There are more discards to the square foot on the Brooklyn lot than anywhere else outside the minor leagues, but Man- ager Robinson seems to have shuffler! them into a winning hand. There is Mike Mowrey thirdl base who has been cast off by any, r.umber of major league managrorsj He is one of the most dangerous pinch hitters in the game. Ivan Olson was finally picked to fill the yawning gap at short field and Ivan -wasn't good enough for any leant iu the American league after Cleveland grew; tired of him. Then there is Jimmy lohnston, the outfielder, who has 'been, up into the majors and back again GO many times that, even he has lost count. He was tried out and. found wanting by both Chicago teams be- cause he could not hit. Wilbert Rob- inson has injected some swat serum Into him, apparently. NEW LONDON CLINCHES THE PENNANT New London, Sept. defeat- ing Worcester at Worcester, Mass., Thursday, New London clinched tho pennant ill tna Eastern league race, which closes on Saturday. Portland is the runner-up. Pittsburg now has a "Wagner be- hind the bat. They style him J. Wag. ner to distinguish him from Honus. LEASE NOTE- CLUB .HOUSE PERFECTION :C ORIGINATED BY WHY? Because'we have made Mr ever half a Century. IMND WIX JAWS 1B7S; CIGARS Some wl try to sen you other Cigars WfK? isc there is less profit PROMOTER" a ;