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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta THHKR "BRINGING UP By G. McManus COOLDITT [.if HViriCE Me l-r1' HIGHLY RECOK- Is Jinx Roosting on Donovan's Flag This Year? Ihe hud iiu-ariicil lo Cati- dock. lie denies lif. rofjscd re ivrcsllu. declares lit v.-arils annllinr wlllj t'addock. .ocal Ball Club Organized to Open Season May 24 "osy Outlook for Fast Club If plans laid nt an enthusiastic meeting of the fans latl night work 6utL lellibrTdge will have the strongest'baseball team In Its this Ind the aeaaon will open an May 24th with a doubte-header. Two visiting] Lams will be brought m for the day. .Managers of teams throughout the louln to make this dale with Lethbrldge are to write the lecrctary of the local club without delay. 1 The meeting resulted m the organization of the Lethbridge Baseball 'drub Lith the following offlrrtrs: Honorary presidents; .W. A. Buchanan, M. .P., I of. J- S. Stewart and Mayor Hardlc; president, V. E. 'Veen; vice-president, m, W. Crawford; secretary-treasurer, Trios. Evans; executive committee, Gal I Ivan, Fred Kenny and Roger Lund; acting manager, E. Downing, J U didn't take the meeting long to decide that there should be no local league this year. It was Tell that there would.be a big demand from outside Isamsf to play in Lcthhrldgc, and'that this city should have a team which lould make lor of them. The Idea which will le followed therefore will be to secure.one good team and centre, all alien- ELECT OFFICERS Evcrylhing Set for liig Season Play on New Green This Year The lawn bowlers of Hie city are off lo a pood slart for llic season of JQ17. On Wednesday evening last In the Elks club room they elected tlieir of- ficers for Hie cnsulnR year, ami IT the boys present keep up Ihc enthusiasm ihty displayed at (he meeting, nil IttrauKli tlic Reason, there will be no doubt this will lie a Ijamicr year for the bowlers. Tlio new green at the barracks which has been in Iho mak- Hie touches put on it, as Another HilAcd ttraction at- the x Champion Offers Alibi for Failure lo Finish Caddock Match Ttio reason Jou Hlei-her, failed in return Ln Ihe ring for tbci Ihlrtl bout of itiatfh with Karl CaUiInck Is a mailer Of dispute bcLweeu HI cell cr and hts manager, Joe'llelmanek. The laiter j declared thai in the; dressing room :ifler llic beconcl Talk, which M'as won by Caddock, Klt-chcr declared ha would not return 10 the ring, and It was only after positive refusal that he notified the referee Steelier would not go nn. StechcrTB Hlatenieni, given to nc paper men, Is that he was preparing, j to go on with the malch and did not1 know the time was up until Informed DRAIN DULLED? COI1SETB OO IT Long Beach. Corse is mil high heels arc largely responsible for ihn "Inferior physical and bltiEuios nicnLal capacity nt nccordtns in Ur A. C. Sollcry In an address before! Ihe chamber of commerce here. The pJiv- tald (ho of Blioes and corsels Khoulil bo, regulated by the legislature. Apr. lii, via London. Apr. American guard ship Hcorjtion has hcrm Interned at Con- hy ihe Turkith govern- ment, according 10 :i uews dlEjiiti-li froi.i the Turkirh capital cjuoling ilu Turkish newspaper Sabch. The Sn- buli saya '.li.it Iho Scorpion was eivou '_'T hours to loavo harbor, bin v.-as nnablft lo flo FIJ, and was therefore- ljuerncd "In actinia rice with The Haguo convention." hig for the past two years, wliriiavo Man of thc, NfiWtYork Americans llm fir. Tcli [n (r tmif-linr- mil nn il n a H 'cvcrythlnE shnillil te In'fcadliicss for ls a jini rrtpslhig on Wild Bill llio oiicning t'anies jjcxt luonlh.' Well niiglil Ilial bn'on lHal. Is Vweallh of good material in Iho city II ll.can be loughl Into thc game. .Practice will slarl ]usl 35 soon as Ihe.wtather.warois j 'L Jj' p tufllclenlly. 'It Is hoptd lo have a couple or games a week throughout receive in throwing 'liombs from Bays a man recently re- Liirncd from the Krctich fro: will find their mistake. 'Donib-lhrowing involves iertli Lhc first division, whereas lell you lhatjiad llic .been blessed with a lilllu lick they might'easily have been un .Iiore In'Llic.big derby event in'Octo- ber. This year luck is breaking badly r'llic Yanke; Only a (cw of :hn goiie and "Ilonie-ltim" Baker isiiut al the gauio with a split llnimb. run can get7 rid o[ his Jins 'early in the season there arc riiany. .who believe that he has (he Icaru thai must he licalcn in cojiping thc llat'- WE STOCK Bn ANT FORD, AND 'STANDARD' BICYCLES. Fitted wltli Uunlop Traction Tread Tires and best-equipment Prices'-from to ?G5.00 casli or easy Icrui3. Secoiid httirl-cycles alvrays in stock. Repairs and accessories. Lcthbridgc Cycle Co. 110 Fifth Street S. On Exhibition in our Showrooms NORTHERN OPENS MAY .t each nf Uoslon'a rims auscrt by a rals'pby. Stock's poor [brow 'on bounder in the LroVc a i lo 2 tic. AriornoOTi Philadelphia pescliser, Mayc7 arid Kllllfcr; nrncs find Gowdy. AtMetlcfi Victory. riiilatlolphia, April 1U. todny broke upjUic first cilra Innln game of Hie 'season hurc when wil two men ciil the twelfth Inning (iroTcr on first lie ilrovo lha.ball inlo the left field bleachers, civlng "ladelphia a 4 to 3. victory- over lloston. i' i HoEloif 9 0 Philadelphia OCO 020 100001 15 2 Mays, Pcnnock anil Tbomas; Farn- ham and Meyer- White Sax Defeated. Chicago, April Louis de- feated Chicago by a score of G to 2 In the opening game of. the American league season lierc today. The rlsj- ors ivon (he game In the third Inn ng. when they drove hoih Scott anil llusscll from the Hank wns lilt hard bul was given sensational St. I.oula.....OOCOOOOOO-G S 1 Plank and RoveroM; Scoll, srtli nnd Kclialk.- Won In the Ninth. Cleveland, April overcame a lend of six run3 ncqulrci! by Detroit In Ilia llflh inning and" won Its opening game "In (lie nlnlh Inning by n score of S lo 7. Hits by Allison, nnd Gnlsto In the ninth, coupled wtlh Chnpnian's sacrifice And passcil ball, were' lln factors In (he Insl Inning rally. n. n. y. Detroit....... S Clcvcbnd 100030 S 12- Dauss ami Stftnftgcv. Covclesklo Smith. Coumbc and peculiarly own. Yon must rcioenv her that the throvrcr stands in a j trench from eight to ten feel tlerni the nllics' trendies aro usually eight. [eel, .those ol the Cicrninns leu. Tho bomb Is thrown very much tifter Ihc motion of n cricket bowler. The IMt hand Is held npwnrd pointing In tho direct Ion in -ivhU-li Ihe bomb is lo lie .llirown. The right arm Is held stiti 'and out at one side, and the throw or loss, Is made witli ri penile sthT-arm ovcrlinnd Ewccp'.ng inoLion, Vvhich sends tlic bomb or practice intsslG cleftr ot the Ircncli and. 'over i toward the objective -trench. not r.u easy throw to learn, bnl olicc grasped-there Is no trouble about It at all.. A haacbrvll throw has icon tried hy Canadian soldiers tn he trenches, but Iho result haa not >eeii at all satisfactory." Fargo, .N.D., 1917 season of (he Northern league will open'May 10 and close Seplemher Tliose proacnL'al ibc schedule meet- ing i tic rc-preEentfllivcS'Ot War- ren .and. Fargo-Mooreheatl clubs and C. P. Moll. 'Of Winnipeg-.' floors-bead and the bulk of (he 110L be ready for D ml "Iliov scvorfll ilayg or a week. Tlic entrance of. .ailiiot Jillcil the fourtli berth in Minot is a. city.of six I UiousaiHl and-a baseball town. Qublianl.'Farifo, is acting prcst- rtcrit of th'c league. NEW YORK BOXING LAW QUITE SAFE Albany, X.Y.. April Davis bin, to repeal laws legalizing boxing In Xew York slalc, failed of passage In Ihc assembly. The vote was 71 lyes and nS. noes, thus lacking two affirmative votes on llic required con- itllullonal majority. Tlic Introducers look steps id hnvo the measure called up ngnln Inter In llic session. INTERNATIONAL ToronlQ G. 10. J: Itnltimorc 7. 10. 'J. llulfalo 2, 5 II; Newark -I, S, 3. Rochester S, II. 1; Richmond G, 7, Monlrcnl 2, S, 2; Providence 6, ASSOCIATION Louisville S, 5, ;1; Columbus 2, S, 0. TmiKinapolls ,0. 0: Toledo 1, 2, 1. Milwaukee 4, ID, I; SI. I'aul 3, 7, 3. Kfinsrts Cliy at Minneapolis, post- poned, wet grounds. f TACII'IC COAST Vcrnon 0, C, 0; I-os Angeles 1. G, 1. Porllfind S. 10, 3: Onkland fi, 13. 2. San Francisco A, 12, 0; Snlt Uiko 3, 7, li. BAALIM MOTOR GO. EPSOM DERBY IS CANCELLED FOR THIS YEAR London, April 20. The Epsom Derby, chief. of- Lite English turf, has been cancelled for Ihls year, Lpgclhcr. with a number of other track Gleveands Indians at MUG'S Our prices are right, from to ?60. fuii line of bicycle repairs carried in stock- Agent for the stock motorcycle In the world, D. E. MacDonald ;