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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IIIC I.I'.IIII'JUDM' li.U'.Y HI'.HAU) I'AfiK Tillir.l! "BRINGING UP-FATHER11 By G. McManus btfr WllM ARU YOU IH I DOrt'T To UMXl AT: WEY COHVlCTCb THE r- HERALD] Big League Baseball ,Zf AMKKICAX Wob, Lost. Chicago 2 Xcw York H :i HOSlOll I..'. li 1 Cleveland r, n SC, Uuls 5 li Washington.....; 4 5 DcLrolc I'.C. .518 .361 .260 Nciv Vorl: Kt. Louis lloslon NATIONAL Won. I.OEI. 7 5 I 4 li r, f1, r, in P.O. .117 .032 .COO MS .500 Senator! Defeat Alhleticr Washington, Apr. defeated.Philadelphia loilay S lo 5. A past-, D sacrlUra'and four hits, includ- ing K Irlnlo by.Jnilgc. Ihc liases filled, ga.ve Ihc'locals elx runs In the second -IQi) 7 2 Washington ..7 '3 Myers, B. Johnson ami Scliang, Hn- Icy; Sha'w anil Alnamllh: .'.White Sox Vlclort i won to- day -from Cleveland 1 lo 0 OIK nls- rR's'.lrlple'-'attrV Collins' sacrifice the ninth'1'Tile gamo ivas a Hitching jliicl'-between Scott aiid Cove- leskic. Cleveland '5- 1 Chicnso--- .000 000 2 i Coyolesfcle ami 'O'Neill; Scott and Giants Win Again Yorh, Apr. 21. Xew .York oul of three games frprii Doston licrc today, winning 'the' IdEt Enme of the serlos hy 8 lo 2. Tho Gl ants hunched hits on both. Allen. IJarnes-: Now .York.....201 (bl 22.V-S 10. I Alteit, .Ilarnea and Bowiiy; Scliuiq anil McCarty. (JlljEon. -Timely Hits i Cincinnati. Apr. hi Mitchell and Knctzcr.hnrd and llinc-b here todayjacd pltche'il fliic ball In (he Usl six liming Chicago 12 Cincinnati ;202 4 S3 Uemarec, Carter, Aldridgc flild 'El- Mitchell, Bllor anil Single Hit Won Game St. Louis. Apr. bases filleil In Ihc lenth; .1. Smith, liattlim tor Aiues', singled, scoring Cr'uisn wllh IRVIN TROUT. utility player o[ the-T rohlp Dall Vvho shoiilil furtlie tlcvelop under tli.q..pyc.of Chprnps-Defeated (nrhcd Ihc world.champlbri-Ucd Sox back ilic run that, gave St.. Ixiuis'tpiloy's today, and Yorlc won 2'-lo 1. Both scored for the vl.i- itors-ln and Barry wns .put arounu-lji' lloslon ullli Hie HeJnG ruji hi the seventh. In Ihc ninth Peckln- paugll..scored wllli the winning run, Mr.Nally.lhrew lowlo firat base. York S 3 Hostoil 0 aiid-Xunttniakcr; Leonard End St.'Louis-Wins lilts, one of lliem n lilL--'aflcr (H'O men were uuL hi the eighth inning, neltcil rung and a victory ov.- game with Piltsbure 2 lo, _ 11 2 cr DclfoH [today St. LoW I'.'. .000 000 Dct'roU "5 2 Wcilinan, Hale; CoT'clcs'klc, Spnncer. 6 2 I'iltsburg St. Louis Grimes ami Fischer; Ames" and Siiy- iler. Brooklyn at Philadelphia, postpon- ed, wet grolindH. NORTHWESTERN A Good Start N'anconver, Apr. in the Northwestern League got away to good start today, two of. the three games going Into extra Innings lieforc Things look rosy arc beginning fo for Ihc l.cthbrldgc was reached. anil Tacoma had a light T.v Eccurcd! Vlnancial EUiqiorL Hn llasoball Club ivblcli Banized last week. Malinger lias been busy during the past week looking over .the available: material ..and seems confident lie ciin bring out n lino-un thai vvlll mnke nil (lie teams in the south travel for Ihc. championship thls-ycar. There will be lots of support in Ihc city for a winnfng tenm anil It will be unior liastbiill Wiih !''our Tn lie Annpuncccl Lethbrfdae sctyj'ols are going to have a bctebali league this spring, and 2 schedule will be drawn up' thortjy in which four teams 'oe repietented. A meeting of the teachers and pupils Interested was held on Monday evening to arrange for tne season's play- .The four, teams represented will be Central, FJcetwood, minster and St. Basil's, two from the, north iide and two from the south. The boys are very anxloue to get the seaion started, but the cold wealllEr been against any play so far. 'r It U the intention of the leagu: to ttage a number ol the games at the ball the even- ing in order glve'jthe public a chance to the calibre cf ball played by' the .co'nytrjg gc.-icratian of hall 'tc'jsers. There ie great Interest in tne.ec'hools over Ihe league and there be a hot chise'fcr the chimplonGhlp. LIIILE SEEDING IS CINCINNATI QUYS THORPE. Cincinnati, Ohio, April Man- ager of the Nationals annom'.ceil loilay that lie liar] piircharcrl ihc servJrc-8 or Jiiu Or 1'ue Vcrk Natllnals. Our Own Torrosp-inrtenl] MagrMh, April was Uic farmer rrorc anxious about flcciHuK than at Hie present tinio- North of town" where the country Is level and the 4 rots arc earlier, con- siderable planting lias been done. On lie rlclgc Fomh or town where tb ililtuiJe Is higher practically natti'ln las been. srnlcjj, or even ploughed, and there still remains a small jjc'r- c en in go o[ last year's harvest to be :hreshcfJ. one or two rigs arc Lua> at present. The proynil lilgli prices will stimulate HIP farmer lo cultivate every available acre, the acreage seeded will be fullj as large or larger than last year. I Ihc' weather will permit. A largo prairie Tire was started Rouili iu theMcfnlvre field as a. result "of someone burning stub blc. Several automobiles loaded will fire fighters were .hastened to (li ECCGC :md succeeded in checking flames' just before Ihey reached a field of grain si aniline in the shock. rresidenl Ebbelts, ot the Brooklyn iuperbaa, Cavort opening the major eaguc races on April 25. Charli e Shorten, wonderful young r of the Jlosion lied Sox. may iccomo a member of the Athletics, Jack Dairy and Connie Mack arc ne- gotiating a deal. ARE YOUR ENGINES EQUIP- PCD FOR SPRING WORK are well equipped to handle kinds of repairs. High grade at a reasonable price is our motto. We Guarantee Satisfaction Our Prices Are Rlghl. 'NLVEN BROS. 216 First Ave. S. Phone 1732 .KNOCKOUT FOR CHIP BridRCporl, Conn.. April Clilp, of Xeivcastle.' 1'cinr. former middleweight scored a knockout over. Val .Sontap, of Seattle. In the second round of tlicir schedul- ed twelve round bout liero tonight. April Uarcy. the imgllist, toilay enlisted in Hie reserve .nyialion corps of the "United Stales'army. I lime and again. Wcsty ten to I flflccn pounds heavier lliau Stafford. !bul'that Didn't count. Pingte called IJoul at Medicine Hal With ihc fun began. The Mcdl- Mulhall Proved Quite a IIlL rBns the kld Irom niuinau 1 uuue.d hctlibridgo would be easy for Cyclone Surprise' iwho is rated high at Uic Hal. Dick _________ Ehoucu so much speed that lic'as- Itonislied the crowd from the'start. The Cyclone's w'cight' anil gaineness saved him all through the lioul. is fan! anil strong, but Stafford prov- Jj Dick -Stafford of Furnished Surprise When '.'He'Drew With Wesly the Canadian Lcaiu with n 3 -to 2 victory SenULo. cracked In the. lllh Great Palls gol a five lo two win, while Spokniin In Ilia tenth and Uutte took Ihc long ciid of Ji nTnc lo five count. U ivps a sad clay for home crowds for In each" case Ihc Hi emerfiiMB order' In- mecl.the preliminary-. oMls credit. expenses :pf the- club has f al-, li Inning nml ready' .jri' a'' visiting cluli drew, first. blootl. Al :Taconia Vancouver 3-12; Ta- I'ACIFIC COAST At I.os Lake 3 11.0; LovAngcles .0 comn Al San S 13 3; At Seaiiio-ju Oakla'nil 0 12 3. 5 7 1; Seotllo 23.4. Al Porllalid-rPorllanil 10 0; San Al Spokane (10 0 Francisco 1'4 0.; (Called end lilli on..... account, of Dubjin'Ginijl-Had ihc Heller, of Seven Out of Ten Hounds Easily S 5; Spokane G 3 -I. INTERNATIONAL 2 Newark 6-9 0; 7 13 3; Richmond 0 4 a. Hi if fa lo 7 10 3; Providence CSS. Haclicslcr at poalponcd, rain. Chicago Cubs llircalcn -Lo'ruu Xcw York closely for1 Ihc hospital pcniinnl this season. Larry Doyle antl! Vic Saicr havc'-qualifictl for cota.' "i i very pleasing -manner so "'ihc' club will be able lo skrt'llic season In gooil sliapc. A meeting nf the exeCullve'- lie held tonight al 7.30 in Hie Kits' rooms, AUicrln Hlock. at eight o'clock a mpellng of 'the club will held lo which nil 'players fans are invited. TJie various commllLccs will report and ar- ranRe'iicnts coniplcileil for season, All intcrcalcil should v. on hand... ASSOCIATION InilinnapolU 4 10 1; Louisville 2113 Toledo-Columbus, postponed, wet. .Kansas .Cily-MllwauVce, postponed, Manlcll's showing ygainsL Tom ed lo be llio hc3t boxer." showing more class. It'was. clean exhibi- tion. Pinele U a draw. U a popular decision as Wcsty 'nt .Medicine rather I "popular Itoy s.1 Ihc Hat. Stafford 5ilrnrisc-lo the fans. The fact thai Eure hail the most points but an ex- :e stayed tno sis rounds anil held the i hibition, 'or a sli'ort limit like llirec whirlwind to a draw usually ends in -a dnnv, so I Ijiin In a-iiisw lislit as a scrapper, jthcre is-no kick .coming. local fan has fjlveu nq. iccouril of tbc' Mantch 'go, ianil. also of itlje' hat' the Lclilbriilse: toy: is 'a' comer ,n the fistic :I'P "Krank Monlell. formerly of I.elli- oridgc. now at .Medicine Hat, fought .the fichtlnfi Irlshiuan stx fasl to a al Medicine on nlplil. After C.ipl. (J. S. Pingle who gave his dcclslon.'Mlierc was'a lot of argument among Ihc fans. Sonic Iliougbt Manlcll shpnlrf have won'u'hlle others Elrong In Ihclr convictions (or ;lj. It. was a good .fight, nith both' Julys, wllllns to give, and .lake, v.-Ith np sialllng. Manieil Ls'in great and fighllng .oe'tter than he showed iii Lelhliriilge. In my estimation n'draw was the onU- fair verdict: Stafford a Comer. There verc five houls oii the card. The honl of the evening .proved lo Dick Stafford of I.clli- brlilge.aml Cyclone of the Hal Thisygb had'the crowd on liiclf feel FACTORY WORKERS and others who labor indoors should always take ihestrenglK- compelling tonic-food in SCOTT'S (p keep up their, strength, nourish, their nehres and 1 increase their helping thousands why not you 5colt4BowTie.TiMOnIo.OnL' 15-23 .4' 'April. .ColTcy. the1 'bulilln oulfoughL Carl Morris, bl in n ten boiiL here lonleht. ColTcy '.had1 litltcr oE seven rounds, ivhflc Morris pldccil the "llfthl si it Ui and seventh rounds. Lo-his. credit. Morris, who weighed 224 fonnils lo Coffey's 103 W, ,ronllnuaUy boreil In, Imt COiTcy was'tlio superior In clcnn Ibllline; anil ring work.. In Ilio scioinrroHiul, CoETcy.opencil a ciU over Uic.westerner's Morris' nliorL nrni bloivs nl close quarlcrs licgait lo show lliclr f CTect In Ihc fifth. when CofToy weakened anil wns force "Itls" opponent "away. la (Ire sl.xlli and KcVcndi