Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
1, HI', llAH.V HKHAI.II I'AOK TIIUKR RINGINCUP PATHBIT '.y> Man us 0 IN HERE, AND TAKE THE r [HERALD] [SECTION Big League Baseball .-AMHKICJAN t Won. I. Chicago......... 0 Huston V. '7 Xeiv York Si. Louis I'lillnilclpliln Washington Detroit NATIONAL I'.fV York......... .G3G SI. Louis.......... .571 Motion .545 Chicago........... .417 Cincinnati ,417 .400. Brooklyn .308 IMtlsburg Holds St. Iculs. April to St. .Mi .333 .312 llircc lilli today anJ iillchcd I Lavender Effective. Philadelphia, April mixed hile liases on Lalls ami Stanagc. Balk. Gives The April balk called en r.lnlli Inning Cleveland Ilio final gatnc of tne series wllh Clilcaeo toilny 2 lo 1. Wllh Hie bases full and two out, Danjorlh Jong ..e.nnnBh in .his umnlro N'nllln to. call a balk and Gulsto scored Ihc ni'n which .won Ihc 000 .-ODD I 60 Kitchen M_ystery n SPORT FANS shallng rink roof cnvci! Sporting News and Comment Jornnlo ArgcnauLe will confine ilielr dlvlllcj Beacon lo club contest. Winnipeg lias gone In strong for amateur lacrosse again. War lias killed baseball Just as It ha.H killed the munitions-making In- dustry; Elk, deer and sheej) are reported more plentiful than ever In Colorado.-., Wagon Spoke, Kan., has llic laugh on N'civ York. Wagoji Spoke playt-d nilly SimUny Lie lore New York saw I Gtlbeil ol Min- in on April 25 owing lo n heavy fall'ncaoln loolbalt star. Balled from N'ow ol BUOW. Serves Moosonilii right for. York lo hucouie ah ambulance driver having so much snow In spring. France. Alabama was the first Some local curlers were noticed I alato to adopl a scllcmu for aneaMng rumul ihc rfnfc thfs week lllQ "conservation of birds. and on. ilio off chance thai the ice might, -r -1 Detroit Jnto a 2 .to 1 victory, A bail I and an error and enslly'von today's ihrow by Dyer in iho second Inning gnme ironr N'cw-York-5 lo Laven- prevenlcd a shut out. dcr was effective.' SI. Loula 3 3 New York-'... Dqlrolt 4 2 Plitladelfilila ,010 003 .7, .0 WQllniflri. Kodb and acvorold; POUTS T.vireau anil Lavender be In iirclly fair htrcd after another'- Cadillac cup. They litni- clinncc for the and Kilmer. CfllH Weather I'lltEl'mrfi, April .de- feated PltUburg. Imlaj- 5 ivcalhcr tlie" ers ".anil klcppcr, Colcvesklc "and O'Neill, Hillings; WUi.'ams, anil .Philadelphia' nl. New York, post-' poncd, rrihi, Washington Boston, postponed, raln_. -._., To no y ami Miller eicH.niadc ft poor start. ginclnnall.-V.. 000 T. I i'llialurg 0 -Toney aiiU.WIngo; Carlson, Jacobs-nnd Sehmldl. _-. cil. rain. VcelcnJny Arbor Day anil a holiday, the- golfers did not play." Tlie surprise ol Ihc week In fjBlSc circles was Llic walloping Jim CftfToy handed C'arl Morris. It's a "Of agin, on aglivtsona agin'' with tho Contile- Muck fisB.-, funiiahcJ lln baseball (S'orld with aiiolher gensattqi Hales, Ihe California In fielder who drove In flve'-'i-Hiia1 in game t.Qdy Maud-.Cdve'iidjsli. iliuiRhLero'f Whiter Johnson lias KOCIC hack. cs! Ucncrcl Douglas Halg. JolinfQn, Alexander and Plank have lever pitched no-bit games. ircp.llliful U, S. TO AID CANADA'S CONGESTED HOSPITALS Chicago Physician Suggests That U.S. Take Over Insane Patients. Cbicago, April relieve con- among the hospitals through- lout Canada caused by the return of tn-ounded soldiers from France, Dr. advUe' baaehall Dayard Holmes, of Chicago, lias ad only badly ehtirt of doctorB and aur-y geona, but are woefully crowded. Wo' ought to help Canada, now our ally, at once. I can think of no morn neighborly and efficient proposition than to relieve Immediately bor hos-i al congestion. Tills country can'; do Ibli Vi'lthln two or three "i ilaycrH to give Ty Cobb'p sptkca rlihll vaticed the proposal that Hie hospitals of way. American league critics are canvlne- cri that Connlo MacVa Athlcllca, may, dfler all, be. faclorc this season. Through Hill Carrignn (lulttliig ae ajjager, Kos src shol to [ileces. but most ol tlic rfeces landed on top. for the In the United Slates take over between and Insane pa lieu IB from Canada. This number comprises about So per cent, of (lie Dominion's Insane under treatment. f'Thc general hospitals In said Dr. Holmes, "aro not THE NOT BREED, Do noL pay aa much attention to the ttreeil as to the strata In buying eggs for hatching, 1C the purpose to raise good cfigtaycrs. Superflous from major ball leasuo manae that they will land their respect United States sportsmen Ihst ihe world war wlH prove a great Loon to hoi EC breeding Industries In America. Outbreak ol war will not affecl the rowing activities at Dululh univer- sity. Over one hundred candidates ere already ti-ainlng for tho various crewa. War lias not affficlcd baseba.ll so far on tbe American side. Except when disagreeable wehtJicr prevailed, baniicr crowds have been In. attend- ance every (lio Duke aril" Ducties's of DovansltifcA As (lie eeneon; have stopped the Bitten -Albert .Campbell, winner jnewspajiera from printing anything >L'ie St. Paul-Winnipeg Derby, Of ngln. on with tho j him .for" Uiu ipreseniallon bl would-be contenders for Jess Wlllard a r, crown. ..ASSOCIATION fi 0 S 0 and Knnaas City 0 J-pulsyllle 'McCbnnell ;nutl Ucrry- Davis Clcnipns. SI; paur 7 10 2 "i -i i Land; Keating Brady and LJreanahan. NORTHWESTERN At'.Spohade-rlJuttc 7, 'l. 1; 'C; 10r 1' At Falls A, Seattle 3; 2; At 3, Tacoma 2, f INTERNATIONAL Durffllo -I, 9, 7, 6, 1. 3, S; 0; N'c'ifarlt I, 7, 2. Montreal G S, 2; nicbmonil -I, 11, 4, ['ACIFfC COAST At F'ranclscp 7, 11 2; Portland 6, -I. -I. Lake 6. 12, 2' I.os AflE'eleVS, 10, -I. At San 3.'3. 2 fi ,J. i Tlie, iposl active volcano In Hi' Is Mount Sangjiy In South Am erica, which -lias bccti '-in constan eruption since 172S. Chicago nl St. In. Louis, rpslpoucd, .ilio bhoys are scrapping U ul.amongst themselves, Jess Is lay- ig'on lal as It Ihero 'was 'no auch hfng as tho cost of hlglr living.' An Ic Hues; wlio wlion a kid of 10.1 ttirled his .career by 'gurirdjngV tha corner on. the Lclhbrldgc caiu-ot the Is vi'illi (alllmore fn thc'lnlcrnEillonnl.; Arlic nercr seemed (o Le quite hefly ciioiigh o stick (n the majors, 1ml he's been hereabouts for, the past three''sea- sous. techer, Olin and Caddock Who Will Come Forth at the Top of Ihe Heap? Orecr, i atriollc; io'ciallon, will .n., oil 'Ilio western fighting 'front. Lou already "In It.' Major hhont -Uiiclo .Sam'ii vessels, we decline lo say a word about the move- ments ol Gunboat Smltli. Jbliii ,L. Is .'out lor the sctttpa of, war fakers.. He 'doesn't, I Ike men hiding behind mahogany 'desks and advising otliers.to do Ihelr figliting. -1 llic name df.'Tlio Xo'r'way Boy." noss Weeks has cornered Mike Gibbons In (By II. C. Hamilton) New ToTh, April wrestlers, pe'avert hy the Inlms nnd counter dulnis of cnch thor, arc iorniinp "HiemsclTPs no trier species oT rianglc" and Hie world's'hoavywcielii re a til up iftle Is In' balance tcchcrMo .Oliii is Iho eneral 'drill .of the argiimcril, atcchoT's chips are culling very lliilt ignrc the affair. r gGiiefal, trend of Ihe-cITofl la o HnU oul Just who did throw Joe Steelier, Ihc Js'obrnska 01 who .did malio-him'quit, and who ihbultl EC! the credll." did II Ihe n'ild conlcn Ion of John Olin, of Worcester, Mass, rho made Ilio N'obraskan ICATC ihc during a match In Sprlrcficl Uass. "But I did-it last, far as care, pipes Knrl Cndtlock, ,lh Iowa phenom nnd favorite ol Frank lolch, unilcfcalcd holder of the I world's title. I From n long distance IL nppenrs lint nnd C.iddock, both baring claims lo 'a victory; ovtr SLcchor, slioiiltl mect-nnd linvo tt'.oul now, but Steelier here Inserts tor ivhlch ic has no cue. "Neither o'f 'cm did -avers. So Tar- na Ihc public is concerned, Slccher nlfihl just as'well remain for he wlirhnva' toi'pln tliai shoulders of each of .these, men to a I inal before he wltl.Kgalri he n ciinn-brikcd-Uio'i. Olin is matched to battle It out with "StTanyler" Lcwla, Ihc Kop.t'jcky strong mnn, on Nay 2. In raeclliig several- y'cois ago, forced the N'obraVnari lo extend himself to llic utmost. two hours wilhoul a decision and Ihe second-extended over five hours-wit li- on l_ a fnll. Aller 03ln nntl Lewh havo'IJicir little tiff OTCT it nilgliL he worth Vlillo li> match iho wllh Cnddock and hnro the argument' ecltlcd: A bona flde claim to llio'cnamplonahlp, such as it Is, conM lie established. If ithc man who Indies nut tho vcalher clinnge brand, ocal ball tans would n 'mednJ. Ic is doing his best to put the KI on tbQ'frita this spring, but ilways last. The hoys arc Hohing for i chanco lo dis'iilay sooje ol the old on the diamond, and be out force, Tor .tbo Iry-ouls ivhlcli'j decide tho make-up of the lonm that ;s to mnko h for tbe Southern Al- bcrla chnmiiioiisbip" (his, year. Thprfj ivill ho no.playing favorites in.iuck- Inp llic .The man who gets out to practice and shows iho r Is .the, ninii who will the iuiie ll's UiJ only way. Wireless messages from Foremost, Champion, .Warner and llic rest ,oi Ibo centres of industry in llic EOiitl hive If thai If Ty Cobb. Heinle Zuh and Iho rest of tbe bired in Ihc Johuslon-Tencr aygregallons ever Jicar of Iho coin that Is being broadcastci as a conxer for bnscball ma lerlal, the VJLR shows would be wr cd so -rudely. the fans would tlilnl the Federal league was a mere Sun day school organization.- Wllh when souring BO that n bushel would lircnk n Lip Icncuer, ivhy shouldn't Cliani- [ilnii. Foremost and the rest ot them have tennis? YomiK AI Ross returned yesterday from Scnlile nnd Is on the trail 01 Iho ilanyLcrncs who goes liy ay Iic'Il (ry anydiing" once. Iloss demonstrateifT that bis >iglil sllll" the possessor- -df a healthy tick. Ho used it lo dispose n-.lho third -their .Seattle icra'p. was a right-'just under ihe iparl. the Game In'thc same routiil ag Eddie Ilnisso took In his match -here.' .-You've Seen Them llary has oC pearls 3lie wears them all the time; She Tools the men, but other girls Know "that they cosl a dime. Enquirer. Siisie'a.got a dtaiuionil pin Sho wears It on her Hufevdpy other girl In! town' T Is; hep that it is.paste..-. Louis1 Glohe Dcriiocral. Bes'sSo got-a tavallierc 'From her most lovlrig Bonj Dul all the gtrlg in town know II the five-aiid-ten. AKcntovn Democrat Waller bought-a diamond rinpt It lo n.lass; Miko waited till DUIy as well out ql ared go there, hut some friend ot DIlly'G tipped" him off that'Mike was eltirig.eav and was going to invade Iris sanctum. fBiily'Bot real pecvcil nd said he'd be right home wheth'er Jidtly it or not. We to hear great things aboul Dllly when ho oxchaiiRes punches villi Mike early nest month. Would Welcome Bar-room Favorites smokers in. ClermaDj are.prepared for.tho The Yes sische Zeilung. rrlilch cheerfully atl riiitts that llavanas" now 01 are filled .with dried chcrrj caves, tla'rkly. adds ibat this substi- tute fol- the Cuban weed has gone up "11 mice along 'with the rest of siuoV- crs' requieiiesl" OC "courso all could see through the 'thing nBcnuse 'twas mide of glass. Statesman Muggsy bought a rookie, peclnred lie was n rihcnom; 'turned liitii loose on Clncy, Lenrnwi he was n lemon. we aro neither the Giant Clnfiv hul. The Reason For DIRECTUM WILL RACE IN DETriOlT FEATURE nirectum it, Thos. Mnrjihy's cnlrj' in Ihe Irce-for-nH pac-j ing 'race at' Detroit's Graad meeting. The ciiaripion pacer, now j ten years lias not raced in thcl open class since 1.914, His Lurf career I began in and he la credited with is owned by Ml E. Slurgis, of Xevr York. Ilia prospective competitors at Detroit Include Napoleon Direct, from llic sloblclof Ed. Geers; Single G., now (rained by Fred Jamison; Russell Hoy, entered by ills owner, Ellis Franks of Liberty, 111.; Edward Peterson's Hen Earl, 1 rallied .by Marvin' CblMg, bcTUvillo, 111.; Uicic'McMnhoifs Hal Charles Valentine's We are pleased to roporL lhal Billy Gglilic C., Of three all wearing a size 15 R. may have a f one.a medium neck and one a stout Only for- the should thefv same size collar as .the shirt be worn.V The thin heck requires a collar a quarter-K v size smaller than the neck a quailer-size larger.' 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