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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IIIIIIMUV, AI'UII.IU.MV mi; MAIM I'AOK TIIIIKR 'BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Me Man us HERALD] SECTION Baseball [NATIONAL i N'cw C'liiclnnkl'l--... St. Chicago PlitlatMplllii Uusloii Urooklyn Won.r.03l I'.n. I AMKHICAN .500 Chicago .OM Dosloii...... .571 New. .571 Cleveland .nOO St. LoulE .500 Washington .250 Philadelphia ,200 Detroit, .500 -.400 Brooklyn Wins. Urookljn, April Hrooklyna won their first, gamo of the season lay.wlieiT'llipy, defeated Now', York I I lo :i. by..... I '11 tho box, Xoiv S'ork bunching fbur hits In the nd.knocking Sallep, out Vi.iVpdbo 110-3" D 6 Irooklyn y 2 SaNec.'.'Smith, .Ufild'lctpn and Me- .'arlJV X- aurg scries, whining today's 'game 7 lo" five.' runs- In the pllchcd 1 fine ,'biilrnntlh'thc ?ave before being Uioisevenlh. .r. 111-100 1 UricIfmaLl-. 000 0 King, I Mltchplj.ondiwinso. hunch- ed Jiils behind (elding by.SirLpTUs game af tlie'seneYricro'lo'day 1Mb S.-'Iloug- Las waj ItUJiRrd but.pitched I ball'in the pinches. L 3t.- 3 'L (Pierce and noclic.ViSny.tlcrjIinouElaa'-ainI .Elliott. postponed, PACIFIC COAST V AnVeIcB-T7yernoii 7, I At SnIL Ban Francisco 3, I At SaiV i; S, 2- I Oakland Yanks Victors.- c j New York, April The NBW York AincrlcanB ogaln defeated Wa'ah- toii here loday, wliniliig 7 to. 5, over conilng'a four'ryn Yankee? drove Gallla out of the box and Von Ilic game al :tlic expense 'of Ayres. Shocker pllchcd1 splendidly nfter" the first Iniitng Washington 100 001 4 Now lYork 022 101 7 ill CJallla; Ayres and1 Shocker and-'iXiiiianinkcr. i V- SAM1, ,0nc li'cars'.'n' of- arid' ?.torlcs I listening" bT ball players j talking .iKop. '.Hay Chapman pullet I one tho oilier night that a gcni you' fellows over hear abou1 1 ol tin j noalon'Reel-Sox; wh'ch thi stroil' -.Tigerg': for Mhe first I msk'cd heard ll.-sb ilay-'con phjiisfirst. western Iri] with was not allOTyccl k slarL-'a lhc''leam- reached hncic to_Dos'lpn, ivorkcd-th finil 3 to.-2, bn Iriflhc'laEL lialf'of ilic ninth.-, wll n- man of the Tigers pii the thd .bal agairis n'last onp anil acnt the niliiijtVLtQ'Jhol'rlghr.TLoia siaiuia fi j b'lller w; Icaay'picking'a'ntl the wag'oTe ;''Upon Rut Day station'.' '.Th friend Eragpcd'Babo r fliarklrip, I -'ace -you beat, the 1 TlEcraV.'Did they hit you Very hann! V 'The leana': didn't, but one f uy xV-mmed a ball almosl'out of sight. I ih't'hnbw so "rl-ilhli j r do'n'l-kuowTvaonic' fellow _ It was 3am hati nCTe'r1 heard of Wahoo Cleveland Fell. -Down. ouls' Anrll I St ouls' Anrll In, ns hrowvorcr-flrat -Jn the scored Johnson i'ivlllr the run Umt E'RVC Louis .today's" game wUlr Clove nd 3 to 2. lovejaiid 100 Louis 3 Klepfcr, Lnmbclji1 am 'Nell Groom ilalc cverold. Errors to April liul out 16 11 error h> ttc loi be run and Jlooper cored the other. n sacrifice nnil single. Lc'oii rd fan iicd leni bale men, osion Ya Inladelpllla OOOOfJO 0 i J conard and Thomas cliang. rhlu. INTERNATIONAL 3. -I. Hochcsler.2, S. 0; .Richmond l Iluffalo 1: Newark 3. 5. .Mohtreal.O.'S.'a: Providence 6. ASSOCIATION Kaiisas Clly Minneapolis 2 .LonlsrlHc 2. I. Mlhi'Qykcc li I 3, Toledo 0 0 SI I A lie Haljler Shows. Consider ;tble Signs of Age, Bui He Stayed the Koufe Rl. Louis, April. clson. formerly champion, was ai sy. vlclom lo Freddie th resent lightweight' I routnl bailie here. Nelson fough riiely and eloofj up bravely to Ih ribhing' from the clianiploi LU liohicverhad a chance. Nelson ily.efi'ccllve bjow was landed in tb he sent the'iTiriDs.i The blow. lanOe but llie" referee molloucil ieti lo continue nnd Welsli went ill clson anil slammed him II aroujid. Iho ring I lijryd int) blow s Nelson weighed (n'ril 132 pouads, nil Welsh three pounds-heavier, [t Nelson's.second fight since.1915. Tbe contest was not nwevcr. XelEon never nacet' fclslvand never "did" neh U clsh shsncd Nelson with Ight -mil left hooks'and pummcleil s body. Xelson soon was hleedms nd at ;tho ehirof round eleven'bolh ion were cfiihson from the 3alllcr's lip. SPORT BRIEFS fronnerh of the Toronto Club who Ins! taken the manage [i of the Chicago National I cague Club I Carl Morris ami JUm h icen. matched 'n. 10-rpuntlJ ion! York on AiiriTaa. k'liiuer will afterwards.negotiate Tor, -bout with Jess The Irish-Am origin .Athletic .-club: la's sent" a-resolution .to '-President Wilson -endorsing Ills 'declaration .of war.' They'.have susiiOnded .-'oiiera- ioiia until peace is clcclareil. Optional, rowing-., will-, continue at Yale with fH: charge, lie will drill n hlg.squad dntly. The iitercollcsiaLc races aro.oIT, but Yale will keen. Ihe'men Irlm, Thc'Ncu Auicncius re [eased Chick Kuapp Ihej bought from the Shreveport team last year." Toronto angled for him. Amendments to The "Game Ac Rules to Govern Acts of Nimrod Fred wants n rcliirir bout against' Carl Morris. lo have been given an unfair deal he "lacklcd ihe Oklahoma giant, at Now. York. UP-TO-DATE; v Iho "niRUcr'wlth yon and You haven't been c.yon.VJ. Juat broke "off friendly re- :li a ivnrncd hi in cpiiJCft oil dur-valde 'of, Iho declare The Alberta1 Gunv Chib'hcJrt llie annual meeting lasi'cVcnlug'aud clcc the following olllcera Hon. ford anrl Colonel J. Stewart, Pilling, Sec.-Treas.--D.l J.. MeSwnln. Field Oliver, V. E.' Green.- ,.tJc ".Vcber. Er'. LlTlng- stone. OfficTal De-Vcbor. Slioots .will ho liohl every week, llie date bt the first tb bo -aiirioiiii'ced aliorlly. v Last Reason the .most successful thai tlic club lias htid.-Dml as the" price of trap aiielhVls now.llic same as last ycnr, lanfKho ndvancc looked for, II ts cxncctert. that ar 'number of shooters' will ihkc advantage of.ihM form o[ s'ngrl. The club up the.iuftllcr ot gamo prolccllpn .ftnir'propagRtlon, nn being made stock this United States golf clubs are strong for th'e war :.Most'of, thciiKwll cauccl.'idcs that no sh.noling of same or Inscd birds during the spring uiigra lion.-. :lt, specifically, provides that bv ans a i cs be nrolrclcd at all seasons of tho 3 ear for at least ten also (hat no shore bird- other above shall be hunted or.-; 5hot-at.-ai.vGhy time. The si oottiiE of crane is H ON prohibited at all limo shore birds ire now'proteclc I there bclni? no open season therefor eicepl-fof.rNacfc-BelHca Ameri-' can Golden Plover Vtflson Snipi Greater Yellow; Legs tho open ccason for thise birds being The Best is Cheapest in the Lcjng Rut? WHLN you finallj select jour new car, jour mate sihsfiction of tliat cir will depend unon Hie comiort )ou get out of it A far is the actual jincc of tlic c-ir i concerned 1 5100 one or.the oilier little diflcrence Io fmancnlly paj less tin l Studcbikc; prices for car may mean i of and comfort a constant couice of and endless trouble lios built pcriecLion into the Studebakcr Studcbaker Ins spent four IP refining improung and perfecting this one basic design selcchns; the inafcnal, eloping the ngl t manufacturing organizi tion. If IL were mechanically po sible to produce a car tint guc the miximuin of cmfort iiul for a 15 le 5 than Stiidcb-kcr is better cqiupjii-d to do it thin any otlicrjnakcr Tlie beiulj ol a Studebakcr goes beneath its beautiful paint ind h work bcnLith itb coi er iicd its luxuriously uphol terj The Iic-iut) that makes the Studebaker i joy is the beaut) of quilih that gucs durubilit} that gucs uninterrupted tint raises jour car is good at miles as it was "MadeV in Canada." -10 H P I OUR -Oil P SIX FOB i The Studebaker Garage J..T. Graham, Prop. Street, Opposite Herald. Just Imiglnc potatoes orithc same as for ducU anrt Ip Bproullre up between the1 I Till- nnd ISlh, holes. (Jack '.Johnson :is one "nromlneiit citizen of Uncle.'Sani-wlio hp.s not yel offcrcil to go to tlic Iron l as "a private. Oscar Vltiimay-'rejoin the pelroit ffgers neTl-'week. llnglilc Jennings s beginning lo realize IliaL the nb-. sencc of Ills star tlilrd basciuan would a blow. BASEBALL MEETING TO-NIGHT endeavor being made lo slock this dhtncl HuDgaHin partridge ami Chinese will he procured nnd scmi.pn' the'slou'EJia 'n feoil for-thc riuclis. Senator with 'J. be leading for take these rnaltcrs Ilarkln, Comrnlflsloticr ol The fate of Dclorimer park, real. Is still Iho balance. Mont IL 19 doiihlfiil if Ihero T7I11; be any racing nt all there thta year. ;It may lie'sold and split up .into lois, If Ihe United States Iriternmenl ever turn looso In Cln' clnnntr there 'will, no doubt n no tlccablc Elunip Jn tho attendance at the ball panics. league criiics nro already.TconccdhiE Eecontl'dlvl sion bcrlhs lo .IliV'Montreal Royati nnd Toiohto Leafs, -i (can looVs Irtil! llial. of Sflmmy Llch tenncin "would probably have rtif n lenity, as now .ronslltutnl In winning the 'Montreal .City -league Mile. the nighl, tlic ball fans of the city will the program for Iho jear Fv anil. Interested' fan 1 to-Le prcaent. --The meeting .will be .heM at'lhn Herald office at S.30, Ilo oil 'neck. ELKS CLUB 1 AlotrU Block "Reading Room. M riling Dll Rugu'iar mceungs, 1st and Srd Thursdays. VlBlilng vcl- .ili W L Olark c Kxnltcd Ruler. e Fdcetl Room BJtvk 1 becrclari- the Glevelands S Indians at MUG'S V Our prices are right, from to A bicycle repairs carr ed m (Stock VK e Agenl the beat slock motorcycle m world D.E.MacDonald 410 4th Ave. S. Opposite ATexandra Hold FORD TRACTOR Model C 20 On Exhibition in our Showrooms BAALIM MOTOR CO. :BACK OF UNION i HARRY HOLMAN.'lilcr.'. ;