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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'A IU17 TJIK nm ii', DAILY PACK THllEB "BRING! N G UP By G. McManus I WOTTED TO TELL-YOO THAT I DlOOhcc -I TO.OPEN fD LIKE TO AW DO MLIE.VE u-t TO A LADV IM A CAR XOUf? OFFICE TODAY A STREET COMPANY HERALD SECTION Big League Baseball Lajoie as a Pilot -NATIONAL Won. l-o Kcw York C SI. r.puls 8 i S i Urooklyu 2 l P.U. .750 .72 S .'SOT ,555 .300 .375 .250 '.260 SATURDAY GAMES Vaughn In Form fltisliiirg, Pn.. Apr. errccllvc.'plfclililg enabled Chk.lgo to defeat ritlsliure loilny. 2 (o I. home leani scored a run on SchuUc's doulilc and Worlmnn's error. Clilchgo's first run wrfa scorctl In-the Ihird 'on AVIIson'a dlnglo and double The winning rinr was '-scored In tllu fiixin" on uy -'iVilllains anc1 Ttcnllipr'3-aingter S I'ltisouTg 100 2 ...ya.viBliii.iind .WIlBoii; Sillier a Wagner. Anderson Pitches .Two-Hit -Nciv York Glrihls'today cahic rlBht Lach'at Bos n' Uic Becoini game of Ihe Chicago Jo-Uun York Hovcland 1. LcutE AMKRICAX 'Won.. LosL 7 2 IT 'J 1 l I P.C, .778 .150 .571 -.nOO .444 .375 .300 Goes on in Medicine Ifnl With Tom Ihc Moose Jaw Cnick SATURDAY GAMES' 2 Straight Chicago, Apr. made two slralglit over, .the SI. I-ouls E erics, 2 to Anderson. ncrruiUe only 'two lilts-anil kt'uL Doston awaj Trora Iho Jnlale, nolirltlislandhig hi team's four errors: lidston .r.OOQ 000 000-0 'Z fl 100 C01 OOs- -2 G .'..Tylef.jmd' Gb'ivdy; Anilcrson and IlaridenT .'-Cards Again Defeat Reds.- St. Louis, -Mo, Apr. sin- file, followed by .Mlller's.honic run In thu tirili hniiiiK loday.'Kave SI. Louis Its thirj] straight .victory, rfvcr Clncln- nall, 3 lo 2. ..'The locals KpL tlicir ''first run in the second, wlien Konf throw-; over Chase's head, niittEng F. Sinilh-on Ihfril anil Shyder K.br .Cincinnati, Slittin home run 'Uii the first Riul'a' doubltj sical rcnred -Kppf in Iho second. v Cincinnati i 110 000 2 o 2 ti-'LoiilB .010020 3 C 0 Mitchell Meadows and Snydcr, Pfcffcr Strong In Pinches April "21. Pfcfior's abiiltx .lo "fool, the. batsmen ivilh" men aiul-tlic timely hilling by Brooklyn PTITC the visitors a victory over loiTny, 4 lo 1. Eacli Drowas today, winning 2 lo'O, En i ragged Holding gamo. 'Koob was out ot Cnn box In I he firth, Olillc Collins singled and ilonbleil. Chicago fielded sharply be- hind Kabcr. wlip ItepL. the .St. Louis hits well Eeatterod. SI. LoillE 0 4 hlcQKO s-'.' ..000 2 -fi.-O Ko6hr .nrobm, uavcnport and. Sev- crold. Hale; Faber and-Sclialk. Senators' Break Ldslnfj Streak Wnghlnglon, Apr. Four of Llio Atlilcllcs' pitchorp were pouudedj for IS lilts today, .Washington .winning 11 to 6, and breaking a. losing .'alreak that went to five yesterday] Walter Johnson held .the visitors lo trro runs in sly Innlnga, hclrig drawn to-permit CrafL to make Ills debut: Philadelphia' 9 2 r .810 001 Oli-11. .15; '4 E. Johnson, lllh, Kcefc bnd cha'np. Haley; Craft ami mamllli, Henry. Poor- Fleldfna Defeats Cleveland' Cleveland, OhlpV'Apr. Bloated Cleveland lodnr. 5 lo 4. as a esull n[ Cleveland's poor work "In the old in Ihe-flrst .inning; when Roth nrned. Veacli's pop My'.-Into' a three- ase' lilt and' Bcighy's .-lack ot effec- Ivcness (n the Eovcntli. "wliun. after tro were out, Ibrco hits produced two ans.. DelrplL 3 1 Itavclnrid 6 3 Cunningham' and" Spencer, Stannpe; Uagby, hnd Riflh Pltchina and Batting Star leani marie 10 PCcIfer three otic, limcR clis'posed pi Crnvnlli with .tlirec hnscY occupied, although the latter go I n double which prevent- ed tho home team from being shut out. Brooklyn 10 2 Philadelphia .10 .-2 PfclTcr a rid Meyers; nixcy, Flllcry and KI (lifer. SUNDAY GAMES Bunch Mils St. Louts, Louis bunch ed hits In ihe first nncl third today am aided hy, two ml splays'took the open 1ne game from PiUsburg 4 lo 1. I'itlsh'urg 7 3 HI. Louis 7 'Mamaiix and F'shcr; Doak nnd Sny der. Clncy Wins Cinrinnatl, Apr. hits In llin.EQvcnlli Cincinnati 'Chicago 7 to A V-'prtman was Rplk'cd niul Houacji wa hurl'While sliding during the same dud both were carried .from tlic field _ Chicago 7 Cincinnati 12 DoURTas Packard 'and .Wilson Schneider arid 1 ..Napoleon-Lajolc's return to the role of .'pilot has aroused intcresl among the, fans everywhere, and tlio grand old French Canadian's 'multitudinous admirers arc "nulling strong for liln: In' tlic IiiLQr'naCional league. Larry's engagement ns chief of the Toronto Leafs recalls tlm old days when Lurn was Ihc leader of the Cleveland N'aps U was only Lhc Cleveland hoodoo thai prevented Lajoie from putting the un llio pcntiatil map It was toward the close out he 193-1 Reason that tho great second baseman assumed command at Cleveland, sue Armour. U was a dl? firuiiLled aiul disorganized liurich Viantcll, essayed 10 become world tpfilpr In tlic'llgtit game here by Stacking up against Hilly Weeks meet Tom Mulhall, of Moose Jaw Here IK Manfcll's record as he hat> .lianded.lt to Ihe Hat Tans: j- .Vouug' McCarly, WIJ., fl rounds Cawasslafrl'cnii. Kid Martin, WD., S Ber wick, I'eun. fillek Stills (colored) I.. 10 rounds niouiiisburg, Penn, Mike' IS rounds, Dan vlllc. Penn.. Hay Cftmpucll, C rounds. Mis mla, Moninita." Jack Dillon, 3 rouniis, Llutl. Frank- Darrieau. 8 rounds, Wa ace, Frank Darrieaii; 4 rounds, MIi squla, Montana.' -WIriily 4 round issoula, Montana; George 'D., 10 round llclenaj Montana.' Jack Carpenter, Kp., 0 rounds, L Grande, Ore. '_ Jlnimy1 Galvln; ,KO., 12 n Eielena, jJIontan'a. ,r'r Kid Kvanfii' KO., C' Let bridge.'. Ike .Cohenj csh., '4 rounds, Leth- bridge "aiid Uuttc, Montana. Billy Weeks (middleweight. chain- nlon or Caiiadn) 4 rouinls.'Leth- bridge. Mauled claimed he won over him on a foul. STECHER BEATS "i-INOW Kansas City, Apr. 23.--Joe v Steelier of Dodge City, Neb., won o- wrcsllhtg malch In straight falls from Ivan Llnotv, v Ihc Russian Rrappler, Jtcro on Thursday. DoLh falls were Lhe v result ot body and Et'isaora holds and obtained In IS and 13 niinulcEj respectively. -c- MANY M. P.S ARE NOW OVERSEAS receipt of pay and Ecjiarallon allovf ances arc; Lleut.-Col, James Artft- OLIawa, April 20, Twenty-seven mem hers of parliament now belong or did belong to ihe ora-tcaa [orcea, according to a return laid upon' the of Ihe house today. Of these ?2, intludlne Sir Sam 'Hughes, -have Billy Weeks' Alibi Was Weak at 148 receipt or pay, ihe two not In receipt of yay Leing Lleul. W. F. Carroll and Sir Sam lluglics; nine 'were la receipt o! separation allowances; -13 arc still n receipt 'of pay. Twelve oL those who. went overfieas have returned (o and one, G. IJ. 3aker, has died of wounds, have Eooe-overscas Springfield, Ohio, Apr. Billy Canadian middleweight champion, Is back home 'after a short trip through Pennsylvania' and Ohio. On his tour Weeks won three matches, -two -of them on knockouts, and lost one to Ted Lewis at Dayton- after sweating himself down to 14B pounds. The "Canuck" makes no excuses for his loss to Lewis, but his sparring partner, George" Christian, makes the statement' that Weeks was weak at the weight Lewis pinched him to, tervcd j and 25 have been In urs.-Col J, A. Currle, Lrlo.ut.-Cal. G. W Fowler, Lleul.-Col. D. U. Hepburn, Major K. H. Lewis, Llcut.-Col. W. K. Bmythc and Lieut. L. P, Gautbler. Those who have gone overseas In receipt of pay, but not of separation allowances, are: Lleut.-Col. G. II. Bradbury, Hon. Captain J. II. Burn- ham, Col J. J. Carrlck, Lleul.-Col. S. J. Donaldson, UeuL-Col. II. P. McLcod, Captain D. D. Xeely, Lieut.- Col. S. Sharpe, LlcuL-Col. W. ,11. Lteul.-Col. John Lleul.-Col. J, Taylor, J.' B. TreinalD, and Captain While, Slandeld, Lleul.-Col. v TRIGGER AND TRAP SHOTS It Is always In season. -.-It is lioi a proxy sport. HIM. In IMS. in I l.ltbr kept his club in front a good part of llie'-season, crumbled In the Lnrry'4 on uuL tho stretch. machine In- 1DOC1 l was" in the [icnnanl fight iintil Hnlshcd-. third. Fourth place was Ihc lot ol the NTaps In 1907. Tho 1903 race was a scor- cher. Lajoic -played -ih every game and It was chiefly his .work which kept the team In the very.-last day; Cleveland lost the, penngnt because -Larry _ Boston, 21.--noston opened Ilslgoorl pitcher nblc.lo work.- FinisliiViB ionic season loflayby defeating New York.' to 4. Rulh and a triple, driving In runs and coring nnollicr himself. lie was giv- en gocd support and autnUched.SIiau-- ey. Jew York "0. 2 Doston 11 1 Shawhcy ami Ximamaker, Wallers; lulh ami Tlibmas. second in .I30S, the 1903 raco ns trap shooting faatcsl growing sport golf by the SUNDAY GAMES 'Cleveland Wine Cleveland. marte cnougli TunVoff Eh'nihc'liT llio Ilrsl In- itng to "win Ihc gnrac from De- troll to 3. Detroit 1 Clevclanil 1 Ebmkc, Jnmcs, Joucs nnd .Spen- cer; Klepfer anil O'XeMI. L While Sox Victors Clilcngo. Apr. Groom, nflcr liolrllng Chicago .to one hit In seven Innings, weakened in tlio uTnlli today and Ihc locals won the' finn.l game with St. Louis'3 to 2. st. i.miis .....oon 020 io n 6" 1 Hamilton, Groom ami 5overbid; rorlh, and Sclmlk.- the.infleid .was shattered by act-ldciiIaJ In mid-season Lajoia.rcsicneil'in dis- gust iimi Tim McGuIre managerial burden. Although he didn't win a flag for Cleveland, Larry came nearer It limn any Cleve- land .leader. Thcro nro leagues. H-'ia tlic tlio world. -It ..is. fentured with plcasCirc' rcsorts. Scven hundreJ and tliirty-ninc trap .shooting leagues were formed lust year. lhan 150 country, goU.aniL motor cluLs installed trap shooting equipment in 191G. -Twelve thousand raen'ani women participated lhe_. beginners' daj year. 1 by the railroads am icans of recreation. less lhanv trap hcolcrs six years an icarl'y today, More than baa been nveslfid In trap shodtinE moro n'oney lhan in any other outdoo' .port excepting 'golf. .It Is Ihc king of sports. PLAYER KILLED IN ACTION H. Hobcr SATURDAY GAMES Angeles -I. Portland 1; Oaltianil San Krahc'lscp.3, Salt Lake 5. Afffirhobn'gamcr- Vernon 7 0 2 Los 'Angeles 3 B" 2 At Salt Sin Francisco tl. 0 15 t) Salt Lake 1" SUNDAY GAMES T, Slonilng INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES Montreal.......... 3 Newark (J First 5 Baltimore........ ___ 6 Second Ro'rhCGlcr Halt'more -1 Firat samc-r- April arc the results, ol scheduled, football games'in Vnc ScolliEii league played trda'y. nn the grounds of lhe_ first mentioned clubs: Kilrunrnock 2. Celtic 0. Hatniltnn 3, Hangers 1. .Mothcnvell 0, Morion L'. SI. Mirrfln 0, Clyde 0. Tliird Ijinark 0. Unndec p. Ilaith RoVers 0-- Dumbarton. I. Alnlrioonlans 1. "Parlirk Thistle 2. Aberdeen 2, Hibernian I.1 5 2 Toronto Oakland Forllanil q.iVla'nd Vcrnpn ,l. nichmond -l Second Toronto...... 2 nichmond 4" (Called end of darkness) ,272" SUNiDAY GAMES 3 j n Montreal 5y 10 fr S Q Rurrnla 9 3- 7 2 PrttvlilsnVu......... ..L S -4; 10 1 iRochfiSirr 1' ;4 0 Ualttmora MERKLE GOES TO CUBS Chicago. April Fred Mcrklc the Cliicngo Nallo from Drooklyn was announced to Mcrkle will play first base.idn the absence of Vic. i-a'icr, who" broke a Ire In a, recent gimc. Triii of Swal-Ariisls in the Comes Next '.London, April Viis a member of the British-- polo leani plnycrl igafnst. the American team, tlic.Mca- Ipwbrpoks, En- 1D11, hns neon killed u New Tort, April .Conb, Veach and Hellman in Ihe regular ine-up, IJctrblt .will have thcjieavlcst lilting 6u trie hi In the TO a jo r leagues his year. According1 to'last, year's averages .these men should rate high ip in the .300'class. Cobb averaged 371 while the records of Veach and 'were and 2S2. Heilman Is expected lo im- irove hia while there is reason' to-believe that Cobb or Veacli take a slump. of the Sox, cotno next in Latling slrenglh, with .341, .SOI and .243, re- while Sucker, Ilolh and Cleveldiul, will not be far behind.. Sneaker led the American league balsiuen iii 1016. with .3SG. Uoth averaging Grancy .24J. 1C Connie Mack's. outfielders-r- Strunk, Dodie and last'ycar's-reconls they will have to be considered. Strunk rolled up .316 against American league 'pitchers, while Bodie's. average in-thc Pacific Coast league wan .303.ajid Thrasher balled .337 in I lie Southern Associa- tion. Ot Iho other teams Ihe Sox have three good hitters in the out- field. -They aro Lewis, Shorten and Hobiicr, whoso rcsycctivc 'averaRcs last season were .205, .271 and .268. SlioUun, Marians and Miller ol Ihc Browns may slightly excel the High- Gjj nnd HaciiiR will Lei rcsumcil in Cnnndn wo weeks 'lience. John .McGraw, regards Urooklyn as I antler Magee, High aral hoolcy, Milan, Shniiks Smith. jtrobably will Lc the lightest [lilting outfielders in: Uan JplingonTa circuit. Clarcnco Walker, Beau Brumnicl of the American -league, has made' a. grcnl start In llio Uoslon oulfieltl. Lno team'he will liavo to heal In llic] .clubs right ftiitl left handed National pennant race.'" 1 pitchers with equal effect. ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES 9 12-2 [Kansas Citv S T 10 15-15 'C Toledo 3 10 0 3> 7 I I-1 S 1 7 :12 "0 2-- 5. G ei Foot Toggery shoes for all -kinds of weather "A SHOE FOR EVERY FOOT AND EVERY OCCASION." 'SHERLOCK BUILDING Back of tlic' Series 18 Studeb'akcr FOUR and.SlX-thcre is character, Jhe character developed through yeara of busi- ness success 'lias won for Sludebaker a name wliicii is favorably, known 'all over the world. there is civilization trie name of Studebakcr is held in good repute. This good yi'M is a. priceless business asset. To protect this reputation StudebaVer mutts surf. _ Everj1 piece of .steel the coit structjon of a StudebalcerLis' truej and ExpeHsJinr.th'eiart of making steel havei "checked-it up." Innumerable' tests iii .the Studebaker. engineering laboratories "maEe sure" that it is. many times stronger. Lhitn necessary to'cany the car and its load, See' these tars now ride in jvhat they can the road. 40 H. P.' FOUR V B.Walkerville The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Opposite Herald 'J. T. Graham, v We Have For Sale Three second-hand Fctfds At One at One Cadillac at r 30G: BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF ;