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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I PAGE SIX THE LimtBIUDGE DAltt THURSDAY, APRIL 2i 19111 UP FATHER" By G. McManus HtU.O-1'jTHli THE BOTCHER' WELU-iEHD ME WORTH L OT POTAiTOEt> ANO nVE. DOLLARS WORTH I OF LFTYtJCE I OSrOTO THAT comr THINK IT -WOULD WE CETTEH IFMCXJ VEWTO THE The Sport Page QUITE LIKELY? it. CAW, SATURDAY IndicaUons Are That This Will Officials Not. Conciliatory The Calgary Herald spori scribe dis- imbroclto in- which aniat- cur. sport" in this province finds itself1 says: put pF.the confusion which has arisen from the disruption of athletics in this province comes a of light which mavisolve Ihe prob- lem and brine mailers to a head with, in tie course ol tae neri weeks' Tic east has Uea tiat Alberta is preparing .from the Aaatenr Athletic Union of Canada, hot ntch is case, knd l> is wcejaary thai some undent and ing he in order to get sport a secure _ _ j Boyd Comma Here f .Toei Boyd. preiMent of tie Ama- teur Athletic Union of Canada, his atited tbal.'he isiwilling lo Calgary to meet the Alberta sport rep and board of governors of ike Alberta branch of the Aaiteur VWOK. Leroy Caown, secretary of tie Alberta branch is now in commumca (fen .with the union governors of Lelh- bndce and Medicine Hal, and, it sit iatadory can be made with them, a meeting will be called la this clly on Saturday, April 26, and Mr, Boyd Trill be anked to attend. Jit ii felt that a belter'.undersland- lok will come about in this province if President Boyd will tlslt Caljary, and mwt tie alhlcUc represenlatiTe, When the whofe s'tuation can be laid before him. It Is alright for the annt- (m- oCriciaU lo sit back anil dictate lo sport orianiations in differ- sat parts of Ihe country, hut now fhey roust come out and familiarize Uiem- MlTei wllh conditions bcfora pacslne nj judgment on such bodies as form the nucleus of sport In this prov When nuttera are eiplained lo Prttia'ent Bojd on the occasion of hlj to thli city, a better understand wll be tare lo develop which will Ions way toward (he permanent of affairs. Untr f rem EtfmwrKn for a that a Wfclias of Ihe Alberta tpon repre would, meet (lie. soreroor-, amateur union on Baiter Won day JR Calgary, but Cecil Hace of M noiten hu .Trritlen' lo Secretary Cfcora sUluw fhjt such a not be enamoned The follow la the rrceivej Mr Race CLEVELAND, Canada, with a score of 2.93S. won tie Hitjrj' Club graphic tournament Saturday, nlcht, according to figures giyea out here by the Cleveland Rotary Club. Mad- ison. -was second with a score of third one poiat behind Madison, with !ind Oakland, California, was fourth .wilh a score of Lelhbrtdgt's baby club didn't enter a team In the event or the result likely would have beta different. mmmm Will Be Something Doing Soon Sport Cunival May 2 Spoken Of Drv Gallivan Heads Trapshots- First Shoot To Be HHd on May In The Major Leagues BH, UsereUry A-A.AU, Mr. CMalu 24th, whni Baieball, fool ball and la- croaM pu! on an af- sport. This would''be in lie way of ra triple header, sr.d if properly worked up with a big p'ara'de .to start the proceedings would get i monster'crowd. The Alberta Gun Club, one of the oldest in .the previses, held Its 31st annual meeting last night at the office ol the Dowsley Land when the' -following officers for. the year were elected: .51. V. Gallivan. Hedley. Pilling. Field J.: Taylor, 0. Dlnger, K; A. West, P. FjundjV A. EWpr, Fred Kenny, A. .V. Kessler aud D. J. JlcSwain.. The membership fee .was reduced lo.Jwo dollars as an inducement to members to take up the sporl, and 'ckiib hopes "to become one of the'stitmseat in th'e.province in point of membership this year.: it was also decided to affiliate with the A. A. The old, .trap gro'uxds.foutb of Iho ball be fitted up and, made ready for the first Wednesday, ijlay.'ith, the ffet day half-hnlldsr. During the war trap-suootiiiK waned owing to Ihe absence-of. many oers in the army and also as ah am- munltion-cavlng etfott, with Ihe vi'ar orer, the sport, is coming into its own, and the Lethbrldge club will be one of Its best boosters. NATIONAL LEAGUE -April Phlla- tlelphla outbatted New York in the opening game today, but poor all-round Jacobs- and Rainl's errors gave Ihe visitors the game. R. H. E. York 10 14. i Pliiladelphia 7 1G 3 Barnes and McCarly; Jacobs and Adams. CINCINNATI, April Witduess ot Si. Louis' Itf I banders, JIays and Sher. dell, enabled Glne'lnnaU to win the opening game h era today before more than fans. Mays was exbe-ed- ingly effective, but gave seven bases on balls. u. ji. K. St. Louis, ____ 2 Cincinnati v. fi 7 o Slays, Sherdeli, Meadows and Schneider; Ruber, Eller'aud Rariden.' BOSTON, April Brooklyn macfe it Ihree slraight today by defeating Boslon, C to 1, al Braves' Field. Bos- ton was unable .to, hit Grimes wleti men on hases.- n: H. E. Brooklyn C e. '1 Jtoston 5 f Crimea aiid. Miller; Filligeiu and' Wilson. Pitlsburg-Chicago same rain. -1( I.M.C.A.BAUCLUB WHY NOT your Tfre Repairing rfor.e by lie Tre utt Repur For prompt and efficient ser- M une time help bora to get Mo clrll Noti the AMroa ttn 8TBJET siipervifion'of child labor abolished'.wh'en the V. S. supreme court .'last year declared unconstltu tlouti: the existing child labor law, was re-eatabliahed yesterday. fo Ollawa on twinrw my time He ifjf Ihjt II; Is ,abtoluiely impossible lo have a meeting -as a board ot governors ifiriting representatives front Kdpioiiloi, Calgary and other alhlellc a'twclatfons new forming different'ilcfinHions of "amal- car" ftom-tliat of of C. He that doard of gov- ernors should -reorganize, It MMkiallons like lo reprraentallTM lo form separate prorlicial body with oth- er ideals of amateurism, they must slnply go ahead. It would mean, tktlr'breaking loose from' the of Canada. The board of governors then would h'are Very little to do, trat would be in shape lo do any work for those who wish to maintain amateurism as deftn- td In Ihe other provinces. Tbe here Is that it will be' about July 1 before various are completed and reaJy lo Jeiid representatives for any provincial gathering. I think ou- board ihould hive a meeting before (fcc annual meeting of the A.A.U. of C. 'and tell them ejcact- ly fitatlon In Alberta. If Capt. Pearson should w east altfct aek htm lo represent us at !Sat galherlng. Youfi.lruly, CIJCII. B, HACB, Memter of Beard of Governors, Will Put Team Into Senior Team is Likely. The Y. II. C.'A. baseball fans met at Ihe "Y" on Tuesday mglil and organized for the coming season. T.hi following officers were A. Davidson, II. Dobson. Jackson. lUdpath. Morrison. OInss. The "Y" Intend pulling a senior team and, if possible, an InlormfcVliate learn in Ihe A. A. A. Baseball League.. GOVERNOR'S INCOME TAXED legisla- ture which ia debating the Income Tax Bill, has decided lo lax Ihe (lover- nor's salary. It rejected rlhe sugges- tion of Ihe Secretary of Stales thai Iho Crown Colonies should fall into line wilh the Dominions and not lax Ihe income of the Chief of the Execu- tive, on Ihe iground ihal in Ihe opta' ion of Ihe members the Governor "hould bear.Ms share in (he burden of lazallon. The Income-tax agreed apon will commence at in Iho pound on in- comes of .EiOO, rising to a maximum of 23. In the pound on Incomes of NATpNALrLEAGUE CinCinnaU W. --J 3- Pitfsburg Philadelphia" I'.. St. Boston ;.V.. ;0 o i) ii'.o ".o 0 ;t.O 0 1 Pet. 1.000 -1.000 .1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 -A number of Doukhobors from the Verigen, Sask.; district moving and settling in a 'north oL Sle. Kose.du Lae. AMERICAN LEAGUE' NEW YORK. April biggest crowd lhat ever saw an Aiuer- opening in this cliy, Bos- ton world's champions defeated Xew York today by an overwhelming score at, 10 to 0. Hulh, Boston's sensational' slugger, started the champions oft to Tictbry In Ihe first Inning, batting a home run, with 'Hooper on base. Mays held Now York at bis mercy throughout the only [our-hits and striking out eight. Scbaag hit three doubles and a single in fire times up. H. H. E. Boston 10 13 o Ne-W York '.0 44 Schang; -JIOEriilge and TV'ASHIN'GTON, April ton and Philadelphia battled '13 in- nings before a crowd of opening gaine of the season here to- day, WaBhington wlnuing, 1 to 0. The game pitchers'batlle. R. II. E. 0 S 1 Washinjrtpn i 71 Perry and Perkins; Johnson and'Ag. new. ST. LOIiiS. four pitchers Tor a tolal of 21 hits, Qhicago today-, opened the .American League victory ovjer" St. 4..." i R." H. E. chiicaga .J... 13 21... i St. 4 i a Williams and Schalki Kook.'iba- .Rogers, Leifield and Bil- lings. Xo olher'ganies OTTAWA, April house div- ided on Kon. Mr. Melgheii's fire pre- venlion bill al 4 o'clock. The bill was debatedrai In com- mittee and thii afternoon It cani'e up for (bird reading. Immediately Mr McKenileJ the seconded by Mr. Tobin, moved Ihe hduso divided as follows: ft sil'mosiis'' hbist, 51; against, ij9; majority against IS. Sir Sam Hughes anil Dr. Sliearcl voted with the' opposition. The bill'' was Ihei read a'thlrd tiuie. FIFTH 'REG1NA olh Bal- falkm, bound for Hcgina, arrived In Winnipeg this morning at 645 (stan- dard Lxical returned men, for- mer membsre Vulcanizing IMi tC t.Oft Cillx Will SERVIQ.'S Plain Lailguaye You'll find that common words, timple aplanationa and quick action are the rule at the Serrice Station, ,i: ItUpxtoTWiOard pohcy to Willord Betrtry to get the nxnt out of K. So our inHiiiLliuaa Add pan wmta. 2 fat two It hydrometer !Mf hit Ihtti l.ltS at tnr rttdlntt to the 311 7ttSt. SOME GOOD VALUES IN S BAALIM MOTOR Co BAtK OP UNION MHK ;