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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUSSDAT, AMUL 27. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE BASEBALL NATIONAL Cm Win With Hit Phillies if Given free Hand BOXING CALOABY WILL HAVI MIN AT fSIOVINCilAL Kdnonton, BOOTS By Hugh Fullertou. Horn end to eighth. Here Is a baseball club strong enough to bam lenaant ia the weakmed league that almost all tks dopcHters ai'e figuring will finish last. Juit bow It can be ilgurgd last is hard to (ell unless tat dopeeters en- tirely lack faith in Pat Moran and refuse to believe he can mako the machine run. The entire problem seems to re- Tolve around Moran, ol the fin- eat, cleanest and smartest fellows in baseball. The chances' are that the meddlers who hate Interfered with the management for several vears will cut in again and prevent Moran from working out his own salvacios. But ii they Jo not this is pret- ty falr. HAS GREAT PITCHING STAFF Ha main streniUi is ia pitchers, and it h.s a stall thit. If it belong ed to WcUraw, vaalt cause the New Ycrkers to he claiming tbe pennant hands down. Moran has an extraor- dinary kaeck oi hanaliag and of judg- ing pitchers their condition. He was Frank t'baace's right-hand maa T.-lth the old Cubs and many a game depended upon his judgment ol the condition ol the pitcher at the Ho has a strong pitching just look it Alexander, one efl the best is the .country Mayer, April tary jTciiown of the Amateur Un- ion Is receiving a lane number of en- tries tor the boning wreilllnl walth Till be held un Friday and Satui-dey nest. Gallery Is sending a delegation of nveii, while a number of sojdlera will mske the trlji at their expense. Con- verr, claimant or tbe Provincial light and -welterweight Is now within of the light- weight limit. Jack Reid will be Cal- topi-emulative In the 12alb. class. Harry CreH, wrestl- ing cheravlon, and George Sutherland, have been entered, while Dare Pattle Is'gtlnj ailer. the mldaleweliht aa4 henry Ber- geent-Malor reranson, Calgary, haa bien named as one ef the 'Lelhbridge district. Is sending- A. bajUn.; Basil Chaplin, festhsrrelfhl; Philadelphia W. 9 Cincinnati 61. -Louis li Boston B Chicago 0 Brooklyn 4 Pltlsburg New Yorli 3 L. L 7 S II .455 Mi New York............... 3 (i Brooklyn............... o 3 Tesretu and Meyers- Dell and Mill" Boston Philadelphia Strand, Whaling and Dowdy AJox- nder and Kllllfer. OliIcsRo 13 10 0 Cincinnati 13 14 2 Adams. Va.ughan and Dresnahan; Bron-n, Schneider, Schorr and Clark. JIKB.V' Lush, _ Lush. welter- llgbtw.lght; ''Mmonton will large string ol bows entered. PKWbnrg............. St. Louis............... Adama, Cooper and Gibson Perdue and Snyder. I) 8 1 :t 7 1 Schang, AMERICAN wonder with maay teams' Al Dene-, at. the ree, who slipped with tbe Giants last year but who has a lot ol brains an' may come back OeEchsjsr, who woult be 5 penniint. winfier with two or .three trams Bspa Hisey, who ought to be a marvel Uauingerdner, Bsn Tlncup, Jacobs and MeUtson. He probably will hare to lose two of these to keep within hounds He haa oie of UK best, Issltst and smartest, catching Iran's IB the ceiu- try with Kl'JHnr as the leader. Kil did. not shine so brightly lent season, but is due to come out ol edltse. Besides he has Barn urf young Ad- ams, who with Nsw Orleans last year. FAIRLY STUONO INFIELD Tbe infield is lair, abort average (or the league and much steadier than most. Luderiis is a big flat-looted fellow, rather slow and unwieldy and lacking in huitle, but he brti hare and cleans up. He hits with especia effect on the home groiiaili where tas After Succesiful Cruise Good Ship Herald Meets its Fate The Herald champions came to grifl last night In. the indoor baseball tilt in which (he right ight Nle holf. wall a skort. obtained 'from Ciacianjti, is a [air second baseman woo ought to improve, and Bancroft looks as II he is one ol the best young ball play- ers in the'country: Bobby Byrne probaMy ill play third most ol the time, although If give he wearies or rite veteran legi glcrau the floor with- out holdinf on to I hail nervous spelte ud my fingers would cramp and my face would bare ot the -I purae ait the han't -aniriapl aar oae of kail a. down How. li> WilkKd ,rt it Whf the itHfl.- 61 raurse. Wlllard is worth IN a THlk, apvearaan as a aearlf U.erO (or each Ih) atttKtloa tor at lout haJf a rear.' Ttm he can drop to or a aaa ve, .April. 23 K-illwinnihg, Murray, April 22 Cellar Dyke, struther, Scotland. 'ing, Jamas London, Eng. Second Field Company, Canadian Engineers, wounded, Lieut. Halidan Fent-ai. Harbie Hertzburg. Next, kin; A. L. Hcrtsburg, Toronto. Pirst Field Artillery Brigade, dan- gerously wounded, Gunner C. H.Pow-" ell, April 24, gunshot wound In admitted to No. li general hospital, Nest of kin, W. .ell, Ottawa. BUCKLEY WON. AT SASKATOON, Saskatoon, Sask., April Buckley of -Wynyard defeated Joe Mc- Donnell of Saskatoon here tonight In a ten-round fljht, which went the. full distance. Neither was able land the necessary puncb. y.i IN CANADA Ford Runabout Price Your nelflibor drives a don't you? We are selling more FordB in Canada this-year ths.n ever -be- Canadiane demand the in motor car service at the towcst possible coat. Tbe "Made In Canada" i Ford Is a a luxury. Runabout 1540; Town Car price .on application. All Ford care are fully, equipped, Including electric head- lights. No can sold onequlppvd. Buyers of Ford cars will snare la our K we sell 30.000 can Aucust 1, and Auciistl, IMG. ;