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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta T pack Timrcn "BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McM anus ili- n/wr. n r, TOtMV.D \in ^ '~-i 4 ^1 .IS Big League Baseball NATIONAL AMERICAN New York .. Philadelphia St. Louis . . Cincinnati .. Chicago Brooklyn .. ilnston . . . . Pittsburg .. Wen. Lost. P.C "2 .ii ">r, ::s .r.76 3'.I :;o .r,i!5 -10 15 7 ..".19 :is 37 .".(17 :\) 111! .14(1 .J ID 21 10 .Mill | Chicago .. .. Boston .... Now York Cleveland .. Del roil ____ Washington S(. Louis . . . Philadelphia Afternoon Games. Boston ... ____ 021 1(10 (K10-I Philadelphia . . unn (mo ono--:: Hagan and Tragressor; Kixcy, er and Killifer. St. Louis . . .. 000 020 110-t Pittsburg . . . . 0(10 100 000-1 Doak and Gonzales: Cooper iriohmidt. Cincinnati . .. run; m:;:; oio-i:; Chicago .. .. SM) 1 10 201 -10 Filer, .Mitchell, Ring and YVingo; Vaughn, Douglas, and Klllolt, Wilson. S 1 (i 2 Muy-io :i and 1(1 1 1 1 :; Clarke, Heather Won. Lost �17 21 ' 1 1 ?t~ :u 17 :'.i> 34 .'!.r> ;;'.( 27 �ii 21 �12 r.c .(012 .(i",S ..".."() .",07 .in:: ...�j I .:;so ! .:o;i | TAIT AND O'LEARY TO MEET IN REAL cni- ASSOCIATION -Toledo �, 3 1, 1; Indian- 11, First game apoiir, 2. 7. ::. Second game-Toledo -j'anapolis ii. 0. 1. First game-Columbus ' '..oiilsvillo I, 6, 1. Second game-Columbus Louisvillo ::. 12. 1. First game-Milwaukee Kansas City 3, 7, 2. Second game-Milwaukee Kansas City , 5. 12 Innings. Second game-Minneapolis St. Paul 1, ft, 1. In- 12, 1; o, 0, 1; C, 14, 1; Min- Afternoon Games. Washington . . 202 10(11)00-:. New York . .. 211 000 000-1 1 Dumont. Avers and Schalk: lop and Nunamakcr. Chicago ...... 001 200 100-1 S 2 Detroit ooo (Kin--:! 7 o Williams and Schalk; Mitc.hci'.l, Cunningham, Boland and Spencer. Cleveland .. .. 200 000 0:i(l-."> 10 2 St. Louis .. .. 020 000 0(01-2 1(1 1 Klopfer, Morton, Coumbs and Hillings', ('.room. Plank and Sevoroicl. 001 000 010-2 '.) I 000 040 20x-(i 7 (I (Vancouver Province) .Ion Bayley and Harry Anderson advertised io bat tin ten rounds oria, Saturday for the Canadian lightweight title. The result ! was a draw. As a matter of fact a championship. "Baseball Week" Plan of Local Club; Decide Championship of South Lcthbritl^c1 Bull C.lul) tlnvnlens to pull oil' somclliin.q brand new in Die iiciir liilinv. II' plans under way arc carried mil. local and Southern Alberta 1'ans will be treated lo a "Baseball Week" during the week shirlin �' .Inly '2',). 'The plans tire indelinite as yet, but the proposal is to hold tin all-week tournament, with panics every day and double-headers on some ol' the dates. The Southern Alberta championship with suitable prizes will be the bone ol' contention, which should draw about 10 entries. This,would necessitate about nine panics for the championship, and that number could be played oil' very handily. The plan would be lo select entries I'roni the various districts so that the tournament would be representative. Letters will be sent out shortly to till chilis in Southern Alberta inviting their co-operation. Lelhhrid^e hasn't had a week of basebal the professionals held down Kekstorni Park shadow of a doubt the fans would welcome push it along. since 1010 when and there isn't the the diversion and War Horse Returns A' A- Iwere ad at Vict, !), 2; Falls ::, r>, 2. . Second game-Spokane I!, Great Falls 4, X, :;. Tacomn 12, 17, I ; llntto S, 11, 4, 2; G rea t INTERNATIONAL First game-Providence 1, Baltimore :', 2. 1. Second game-Providence Baltimore S. 11. 4. First game-Montreal 2, : falo fi. 0, 1. Second game-Montreal Buffalo 1. 0. 1. First game-Newark 3, fi, nioiid -, 'J, 3. Second game-Newark 0, : monfl 2, 4. 1. First game-Toronto 2, 5, ester ii, S. 1. Second game-Toronto Rochester 2, 3, 1. neither ilayloy at one pionship and defeating the Mouse Burns, and his victory as one carrvin St eve * -i .ane's Story! shown in Smith's ball. Several booth: duly provided for the refreshments of ' severely. The ! Norway Boy soon recovered himself | and drove tile New Orleans giant j hack. Twice he knocked him down. I and Jack recovered in time. In the I fourth, however, the Norway Boy end-i ed the fight by a blow which knocked Sport Summary Chicane July D.-Goxing bouts held July '!th resulted ao follow;: At Racine, Wis.-Bryan Downey. Columbus. O., welterweight, defeated Eddie Moha. Milwaukee, in icn rounds. At Benton Harbor, Mich.-George P. (Knockout) Drown, middleweight, won from Phil Harr'son in ten rounds. Both are from Chicago. At Dubuque - Tommy Krieg, Mnrslificld, Wis., and Joe Choynsk! fought a ten-round draw. The bout between Jack Rose. Milwaukee, and Bobby Fletcher, Philadelphia, was stopped In the ninth round when Fletchsr sustained a broken rib. At Ogden, Utah.-Al Young, of Oklahoma, defeated Ja<�k White. Chicago, the bout being stopped in the eighth round of a 15-round match. White broke his hand in the second round, but fought until the eighth, when he was forced to give up. At Cumberland, Md.-Al McCoy, middleweight championship claimant, and Jack Clarke, Allentown, Pa., fought ten rounds with no decision, the audience favoring Clarke. At Akron, Ohio.-Johnny Griffith, Akron, won the newspaper decision over Ted (Kid- Lewis, welterweight, in 15 rounds. Hugo Descdek, supirv'sor of AihletiCG at the Urivcrsity of Oregon, has been named manager of the Pittsburg Nationals, to succeed J, J. Callahan. Ralph DePalma. racing Barney Oidfield at Detroit, r,c': what is raid to be n record for 2") miles on a circular one mile track (dirt) covering the distance In 21:02:2-5. This is said to be 25 seconds better than the previous mark. Dc-Palma v/cn from O'dficld in 25:13 and 10 miles races. , Joe fJoycr won-a 00 mile race nt Uniontown, Pa., lending Ira Vail in r.;r.ond place, and Earl Cooper, third. A. H. Patterson won the Pacific Coast 150 mile championship race at Tacomn, Wash., in which Kon Hanson was killed and hi� mechanician, Fred Johnaon, was badly hurt, when the car rolled over. The Recruit Hale lloldeii. the riiilnrul operator, said at. ii Chicago reception: "l-Ae:i war can't hurt'iho gaiety o[ youth. "I met a young man hurrying gaily r.tat'onwnrd the other morning with a gripsack. ''Where are you off to?' said 1. "'To junk the junkers,' lie answered." champion. Rough j but at catchweights, was not recognized ; with it the title. 11. Buf- Rich- 3. , (V, Rtch-2: Uoch- 9, 12, 1; FOR THE GOLFERS I'he golf committee are certainly going to mako things bum this sum liior In order to mako it. interesting for the members of tho club. They Intend to organize a monthly handicap with prizes. On Sitturiluy next they intend to hold n special meet for the purposo of handing over the club trophy to Dr. Craig. One or two rounds will be played by tin; members, after which there will be a driving contest from tho first lee for the nearest ball to 1st hole. An entrance feo of l()c will bo charged to those entering for Oils competition. Supcrintondojiit Ponnefather bus kindly lo meet a marquee in which tho ladies of oiui of (he many organization in tho city will serve refreshments. New mombors uro being to tho roji neuriy every day, and golf bids fair, to hocomc ono of tho most, poptilgr sportsi in jjia.i'ity,; iiiHl/wjth good reason, too. Look h(. nil the big mon in big places. President Wilson goes to the links when momentous queatloiiH worry nncl perplex. So does Lloyd George. So does Bonar Law. There is nothing like a gamo of golf to clarify tho mental vision. Relief nnd relaxation nro moro essential In these worrying war times tlitui in (ho dayn of police. Then uwu' lo tho link*, PACIFIC COAST First game-Oakland 2, 7, a; Los Angoles 7, S, 0. Second game-Oakland 4, 11, 0; Los Angeles 7, 1.". 0. First, game-Portland 7, 13, 2; Salt Lake 7, !i, 4. 10 innings. | Second game-Portland 2, f), 0; Salt i Lake 4, 11, 1. | First game -Vernon 1, 0, 0; San Francisco S, 12. it. Second gamo--Vernon 4, 4, R; Haul Francisco 1, 8.2. Later Johnny O'Leary defeated Burns in a scheduled championship match and is today recognized by tho west-! crn fans as the legitimate lightweight champion of Canada. His bouts in the eastern states were not at tho lightweight limit, and so far as we know he. has not been defeated in Canada in u bout for the title. Mis bout. at. Seattle with ICil. Pinkman j was a four round affair and it is not I necessary to point out that a title | does not change hands in one of those i four-round no decision contests. Until j he is beaten in a bout of from ten to j i twenty rounds under articles drawn tup which provide for a champion-, I ship contest ho will always be recog-| nizod as the title bolder. Anderson, who outpointed Bayley, is a former northwest, lightweight champion. Tait has fought Anderson a ten round draw, his second professional light, and that was over a year ago. Since then he has improved one hundred per cent., and has beaten some good boys, and has a decision over Hough House Burns, ex-Canadian lightweight, champion. Tait has a clean record and never has boon defeated. Therefore the bout Hut stampede, July Clonic Tait, at Medicine 11, between Alberta's undefeated lightweight and Johnny O'Lenry, the I Canadian lightweight champion, will I be a championship bout to a decision. NORTHERN game-Minot. 10, 11, 1; First Mooreliead 15, 20, 3, Second gamo-Minot, Moorehoad 14, 17, 4. Fargo- 4, 4, 1; Fargo- Sorae half dozen Lane, a chestnut son of Giganteum and Dal, became a hero when he won the Hendrie Memorial steeplechase over the three mile route in Canada, but that, was on the good green held of sport. Since then be has become far more of a hero, for lie has won recognition on the held of battle, and seems to have borne a charmed life for lie is oi.e of the few survivors of tho ill-fated Princess Patricias, grandest and most noted of all regiments j ever sent lo this great war. | When Die Princess Patricias, made up of 1200 of the flower of young manhood of Canada, wont away to war, it was fitting that a thoroughbred, gamo and honest, like old Stove Lane, should have been selected to go along as the charger for Colonel Farquhar. in command. It is one of the sad phases of history that, of these 1200 brave men, only 75 survived, arid old Steve Lane is the only surviving charger of tho regiment. Steve Lane last raced for Colin Campbell, and now be has come back to Mr. Campbell's place, Manor j House, St. Hilliare, Quebec, lo end j his days. He is just 11 years old. I After Colonel Farquhar was killed astrido him, Steve Lane was presented to Major Hamilton Gault, the' gentleman who donated $500,000 from his own purse to finance the "Prin-| cess Pnts." i In one of the famous battles some few months ago, while riding the old: steeplechaser, Major Cault was  wounded in both legs and incapacitat-; ed for further service. When lie was ordered back home he decided lo bring old Steve Lane back with him, and of tho thousands of horses that have boon sent, overseas since the outbreak of the war be is the only horse to return. Jack on the floor. The referee counted him out and the light was over. By this time it way dark and a dance was started in Smith's hall, which continued until four o'clock Tuesday morning. Dad's Choice "So your father has given up the idea of making a garden?' "Yes. He was very enthusiastic at first, but our soil is mostly yellow clay and it blistered his hands to dig it."' "But I thought he was going to plant vegetables?! "So he was. Now ho says that if next winter's food depends on his digging like that he prefers to die of starvation.-Detroit. Free Press. NOTICE! Pleased to inform you that we can iiow.siipply Model Four Ninety A Chassis $(�)().00 f. o. b. Oshawa The chassis will be supplied with cowl equipment-that it. It will be supplied with all equipment including Speedometer, Wind Shield, Fenders and regular equipment of tools. We are having a good many Inquiries for chassis anrf f�r this reason are making this announcement to the public. BAALIM MOTOR CO. L. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. BIG AUTO RACE Omaha, Neb., July 4.-Ralph Mul-fnrd won the 150 mile automobile race at the Omaha speedway today, his time being one hour, 28 minutes 51! seconds. Ills average speed was 101.20 miles an Jiour. Joe Thomas was second, and Walter Haines third. Mulford started in fifth placo and wiih in third position at tho end of tho hundred miles. Only ono bnd accident marred the race.1 Mechanician Bfily Salmon was seriously, but not fatally hurt when Tom Alloy's car skidded and jumped tho track In the socond lap. Sixteen got. away in the race before a big crowd. Louis Chevrolet, whose fastest lap at. a 10!) mile pace In tho qualifying heats- gavo him the pole position, look tho lead at once. Rhus. Klrkpatrlclt was second and Joe Thomas third. The weuthor was perfect. Didn't Get as Far a& Warner- Magrath Plays Here Saturday ==1 l.ethbridge ball brigade sl.arl.cil out yesterday afternoon for Warner to play In tho basoball tournament in the Fourth of July celebration there. They jitneyed as far as New Dayton, when they met the colebrat-ing crowd beating their way north. The storm hud broken over Warner and the celebration was flooded out, so the hoys turned round and boat it for home. Their Intentions were good but they couldn't execute them, Lethbridge tangles with Magrath in an evening encounter next Saturday. This will bo tho third Unto these two teams have met this sea-sou. To date, thoy havo a win apiece. Next Wednesday evening's fray between Lotbbrldge and Carmangay bore- will be a thriller. Carmangay has ono of the strong teams of the north. It will bo the feature of tho first Wednesday half, holiday of tho | season, (From Our Own Oorresuondont) . Orion, July 4.-Over one thousand people came to tho Dominion Day stampede here. Upwards of a hundred automobiles attended the parade, which was tho first feature of the day. The next evont was the ball gamo between Pakowki avid Manyborries, tho former winning after nn extra Inning struggle, 13 to 11. After this catno racos o� all kinds with substantial prizes. A bucking contest was then hold and was watched by a huge audience, A aocond ball game between Orion and tho winner of the morning's game, Pakowki. Orion easily secured this gamo by a ] Hcoru of S to 2. All during tho aftoruoou and In 1 Uio $veniii|; moving picture* wore HALF-HOLIDAY All Stores will be Closed after One o'clock on :: :: WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS During July and August, beginning Wed, July 11th ;