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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 19lfi. THE LETH BRIDGE DAILY HER PAGE THREE BOTH BOSTON TEAMS MET DEFEAT NATIONAL w Phtlnflolphlii ...... :l Cincinnati......... 5 HoBton............ " .St. Loiilr. ... ...... ;i FIttHlnirb'......... :i Clilciigo .......... - New York......... I nrooklyii ......... " P. C. .750 .114 .81)0 .5U0 .�l.'!8 .333 :m .000 COBB AND KAUFF Cha�o Won Game Cincinnati, April 18.-A liomo run by ClmHc, tliii (Irst niun up In the lentil InnInK, won tli'i Kamo for Cln-cjnnutl from PittBbiirB lioro today, 4 to 3. TliG snoro; I'itlalnirt;............ ;'. 7 '2 Cincinnati............ 4 lu AdiiniH ,TU(I Sclimldt; .McKnnry, 8(dnu'l(lor and Clarke. Braves' Scalps Lifted I'hlladelplilu, April 18.-nostun suC-fwrcd Its llrRt dofeiit In tlio pennant race this Hcnsou today, Phlladelphlu winning the gamo 4 to 0. .Moxauder kept Bosto' '8 hits scattered, whllo Rudolph was Icnookod off Iho rubber In Hlx innings. The score; Ko�ton.............. 0 5 (I Plilladolphla .......... 4 H 1! Kiidolph and Govn]y: Alejtaii'ier and Uiirns. Bad Weather Again Chicago-St. Louis Kamo and .Now York-Drooklyn gnnie were postjioned on account of inctcnient weathor. AMERICAN w Boston......... .. 1 ClhicnKo........... ^1 Now York........... - St. Louis.......... Washington .. ,. . "j Oetroit............ ' CJlevcland...... ,. � i' Philadelphia...... i> P. C. sor .71.1 ..")00 .51)0 .428 .333 .000 Shawkey Opposes Athletics N'ew York, April 18-New York won the (trat game of Its series from Plilla-rtelplila today by 4 to 2. Shawkey, a former Athletic pitcher, was in the box for New York and Ann support offset his wlldnoss. Two great plays hy Raker saved hini In the elghtli Inning, when tho visitors had the liases full, one run In, and none out. Tho score: Philadelphia .......... 2 5 3 New York ............ 4 11 3 Nahors, Crowcll and .Myors, Murphy; Shawkey and Nunaraaker. Pitcher Harper. In Form Boston, April IS.-For vhe (trat time since 1914 thii Wnshlngton team today defeated tho Ited Sox on the Hoaton field, the score balng 4 to 2. Timely hitting hy tho vifiltors coupled with first class pitching by Hnrper gave Washintton tlie victory. The Bcoro: Washington............ 4 7 3 Boston .............. 2 5 1 Harper and Wllliaius; Shore, Pen-nook and Agnow. Two Three-Baggere Oloveland, April 18.-Triples by ^ Vltt and Veach allowed Detroit to overoonio Cleveland's oarly lead, winning 4 to 3. Cleveland knocked Cove-leskte from tho box tu the first laniag hut could do little with Dubuo. The Indians filled Uie buaaa with only one out in tho eighth, hut Cobb caught Howard's Hy and doubled Speaker at tho plate. The acor�: Detroit.............. 4 9 Clevelnnd............ 3 8 0 Coveleskie, Dubuo and Stanase; Morton, Mitchell and O'Neill, Eney for White Sox Chicago, April 18.-Urban F&ber's fanjous curves baffled St. I^ula today whllo Groom's wildness and poor support in the first two Innings gave Chicago a lead tho visitors tried in vain to ovorcomc, the White Sox Avinnlng 7 to 2. Thu score: St. Louis............. 2 6 3 Chicago.............. 7 10 n Groom, McCabe, Parks and llart ley, Sovarold; Fabor and Schnlk. AMERICAN ASS'N OPENS At Toledo-Milwaukee ....... Toledo.............. Slupnicka, Walker and client and Brosnahau, At CoJumbns- Kansas City........ Columbus......... Crutcherf Cocherhnn George and Coleman. At Indianapolis- at. Paul........... Indianapolis ] 10 4 6 Alien; . 0 . 4 and Where will You Buy? V/hat will You Buy? Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Hats ana EYES OF DASEBALL WORLD FOCUSSED ON THESE FIGURES On the right is shown Tyrus Cobb of Oetro.'t, the world Camous liitter and run getter. On tlie left is shown Rcnny Kauff. now of the New York Giants, who has shown wonderful cIuks in the preliminary names and whose showing In the regular season is to bo closoly watched. .LlTGH0NG000FWmi0H2;3 The- hlg football match scheduled for Good Friday afternoon between the Kilties and S. O. K. is timed to commence at 2.30 sharp. 1'ho Sons will put on tho tleld a rej)-rosentative bunch of players and the ^Kilties eleven will Inclndfi a star selection. A fast game Is assured. The S. 0. K, will lino up as follows; Parso.t.s; llolbcjj-ton ami MoUaiul; Wallls, Whylo and, UennotI; Draper. Mclntyro, Tennant. Leo and ICaston. Reserves, Kniglit. Fauneh and Sea man. Itoferco: .limmv Gurr. All players are retiuestcd to Ije ai the bull park at two o'clock. ^ .ff^ JT^-^. prr? r � v~ 4 in Worry; 8 Douglas Schang. � At Louisville-- Minneapolis ....  IjOuIbvIHo....... Burk and Owens; WlUlams. talondo. and Land; Rogga and 10 Northrop 1 and 8 0 COAST LEAGUE At Lob AngelsB- San Francisco......... 1 Los Angeles...... ., ., 'J 4 2 Steon and Sopulvoda; ilyan and Hapsler, At San Francisco- Vornou.............. 2 f> 0 Oakland ...... ...... 3 1 i Qulnn and Spencer; Martin and JCllliott, Salt Lako-Porlland gamo postpoi\ed, Wot grounds. ings .\LL xew-ALL STYLISH I {' ycui ui-c ill search oC licttci- (Hia!i(y ckitliGS ili;iii y llic suit you want al the price you Avaiit to pay. ('U)ilics of the iiio-hcst standard in (jiiaiily. workiiiansliif) and styh^ Thai: is what we ha\(' (o olTci" you iu Fit Reform; 20lh Century and Society Brand Clothes You pay no more, (jualily considered, than our conipetilors Avill ask. even at-sale prices Prices .$1.5. .1^18, .1?20, .$22. .$25 & .$28 ALL FINISHED TO MEASURE If you are not in uood of one of our hand-sonie Spriiio- Suits or Overetails. let us call yonr adeiilioii to our si)|(M!(Ii(l line of Hats, Haberdashery, Shoes, etc. A new Easter (ic and hut every man must have. A\'c'\ figured the former Giant killer was d\tB {or another performance UU.e tl^o one ha KRva on the oponlng day ot tho American league season. Cove-loskl Wanned up and announced that his arm was tBeling good, but when he learned that his brother Stanlay Covo-leaUi, former Spoiiane pitcher, was solectod to pitch for Cleveland, he informod Jennings that it other ar-rangemonts could be made bo would like to bo excused for the day, as he did not oaro tooppose his own brother lu his first trial of the season. Ilo wanted to see hitn win it poasihlo. Jennings grauUrt Covoleakl's wish and CuniMnghiua v.tis shunted lo the mound. The gamo (lovolopod liito a iiltcUor's duel betwooi) Cunningham and Covo-leslcie, Detroit winning In tho 12th Inning by Iho scuro of 3 to 1, Covelo-sUi twirled a stellar brand of baseball up to tho 12th and was supported In brilliant stylo. Kvery man on the Detroit club hit safely with the exception of the ro-doubt^blQ Ty Cobb. Coveleskl had his nurobor and Ty was unable to secure i. slugle, hit.. Spokane, April IS.-After 40 minutes of strenuous wrestling. Jack Taylor, Canadian champion, threw Marvin Plestlnas ot Cliicago, at the Atid-Itovium last night, witli a too hold, Iiunlahlng Ploatlnas so much that ho refused to go on tor tho second, fall, I claiming his ankle pained him to such }an extent he could not give an exhib-I'itlon worth v,'till6. Tho match was then awarded to Taylor by lleferoa Dave Burns. Ploatlnas outweighed Taylor by fifteen pounds. Jack is a big man him-solt, but ho looked small In comparison to the hefty Austrian Slav. The wrostlors did not mince matters. From the start thoy went at oacli othor hammer and tongs, and tlio crowd, tho largest that has attended a wrestling match in Spokane for some tlmo, sat bade in anticipation of a h.ird match. Plestlnas Writhes In Agony Plestlnas lay on the mat groaning in agony and a cursory inspection by John Berg and Davo Burns revealed a slightly swollen ankle. Plestlnas was escorted to hla dressing room, and after a wait ot 10 minutes summoned Berg and announced he could not continue. The men were evenly matched so far as wrestling ability goes, and Taylor showed by his work last night that he is entitled to rank as one of the best grappiers in the country. In Plestlnas he met by far tho best man ho has yet been called tipon to meet- Jii Spokane. Taylor will leave tonight to moot Santol in San Francisco, Fastest Stock Motorcycle on the Market. BICYCLE REPAIRS CIneapest and Best EO OliELL WINS LOS iGELES DERBY Los Angeles, April 18.-Eddie O'-DonnoU, winner ot tho Boulevard race at Corona, California, April 8, won tho 150-toIIo motor derby here at Ascot spoodway. His time was 2;17;09. Eddie Pullen was second. His time was 2;17.'i.'7 4-B and Hughio Hushes nnlahed third at 2; 18; 25;, The race developed Into a contest between O'DonuoU and Pu)iou for place at the outset. The two drivers alternated in first position during the first 113 laps, when O'Donnell stopped to change (our tires. This delay gave Pullon a lead which lie held until tho 129th lap, when O'Donnell forged Into first place and hold it during tlio remainder ot the race. Huglios ran third throughout the race. As BlQ As WUIard A New York despatch says: "I had planned to koop only two lefthanders-CilUop and Mogrldgo," said Manager Bill Donovan, "but Love baa shown mo such stuff I can't afford to lot him go. Ho has a fast ball that compares very well with John- D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent.