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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FHHUY, JUNK 1, 1017 Tllli M-rriiKIKOr.K JlKlt.W.O PACK TUHKI5 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McMarms NEVER MIND L WHM IT VIHM lt> IT NOW Big League j _____i NATIONAL AMERICAN Mow' York Philadelphia Chicago..... SI. Louis Brooklyn Cfnclnilnll I'illsburg 20 .v 21 To 13 n 12 13 11 13 16 11 17 24 17 P.C. .GJ5i .MS .010' .5281 .433 .-ll-i' .342 Chicago notion New York Cleveland Detroit St. Louis Washington Won. 25 17 20 22 15 '15 13 13 Lost. 14 10 21 21 23 25 Masrath Goes Nuts on Baseball _a. __f_ _ _ Terrible Malady Rages in South Dire Threats Made Against DeMar J56 Shul Out Famous .417 i Phillies Defeated Ptllsbure, 51 if, dc- I (cateil rhilp.ilelplifa todaj1 3 to 2, a fast I double play stopped a threatened rally j il ol Iho Wrllors In Ihc elshth. Miiiaciciphir 3 .021 000 .7.0. nixey and Killlfcr; Marcaux. Jacobs and Sciimtill. Steele Was Weak Cincinnati, Hay won from St. Louis 4 to 2 here today. Slecle was responsible for St. Louis' defeat, linsElne die first man-up In three In- nings, and in each case the runner was worked aroniitl. SI. C 0 Cincinnati .111 001 3 1' Ames and Snydcr; Ring and Clark, .AVIugo. No other gnmcs scheduled. ASSOCIATION Kansas1 City-Milv.paukce, first came postponed, woi grounds. Uecoml CHy 7; Mil- 4. i i Indianapolis-Columbus, postpone rain. l.tHiiavlllc-Tolcdo, postponed, rain. I'aul, postponed, grounds. Tigers. Down N. Y. Thn( Has Not Been Defeat- ed in Four Years The SL Patrick's junior (cam [or the first Uuic In the past, three or Tour Yesterday Ing editor happened ID drop Into the busy little burg of Magralh. There seemed ta be a strange al- rnospheric condition hovering over the Garden City. To A stranger it might not have been noticeable, bul to A bss-ball fan it toon revealed itself as be- ing a mild forrn of insanity con- tracted often by basebatk bugs who IhlnV they have the only team in the world. Magrath is laboring .under that opinion with a capital and they arc going to Invade Saturday to prove that -their opinion is on fad. They are com- ing with a team and the whole south- behind them, even as far removed-as Spring Coults. The Maaralh tays are shaping up strong. Lefty Lang, who was io hnvc been-'a member of the Wsr.icr team, shaken the of town off his feel and will Magrath. Bern, of War- ner, who learned to play down at Devil's Lake, N. D., with old friend of spithall fame, Cy Pleh, J3 Iravellfng with the Magralh aggregation for ihts gamfr. The bcyc arc out to wallop Raymond In the big game there this ing, and if they succeed they are coming on L to Ltlh.brfrjae Id re- peat the trick tomorrow night. We were as a special fav- cr Lo the Magralh bays, to re- quest thai Lefty DeMar b- on the mound lor the locals. All pitch- ers look alike to Mag rath, they "say. The bigger they are the harder they fall. The Locals in good shape for the game, Len Green will not be in the lineup but Tommy Evans will be there for his first game of the season. A new third base- men will be on deck and a slrentnened outfield will add "to the sticking ability of the team. There is going to be a bumper crowd which will put the local club on its feet financially.. NORTHWESTERN Seattle 11; Spokane 2. Vancouver's; JJuJlfc Tacoma a; Great Fulls 15. .ULLUIUU Illlh. a til It-' f I 1 IVAS both of air-Ught ball and'Held the Salnla I..! git's ;alraosl hitlcss......_ J- B Oj The Saints went on Hie field New York '......OOfl o! every confidence'as only n weck'-lje- AliLchcll and Spcuccr; CaldweU and i fore they init tlie saine team t Wnltcvs. I tlowu IQ Jefcal to Ihc score of S ltr-3.j Botton Wini Hut in more than one tnning Boston, May defeated men "dlil nbl even sec first with Rid- Ctcrclnnrf 5 lo 1 today. Mays Iielfl tlic-patli rctlrjiijc them in one, two, three visitors Lo Tour hits. i nrtler. Kennedy for .the Pat's was, Cleveland......000 OM 3 ritchlng good ball also, Imt wiUi ralb- Hosion ..ODD 1030IT--5 7 2 or loose support he vras doomed to de-- Boeliling, Coumbc and 0'Meill; In ono inning the KTIOT boys nm) Agnnu1. No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Newark i; Dalliniorc 3. Providence 7; lllchnmncl 8. Montreal 4; Rochester 2. Toronto at Lluffalo wcl grounds. Salt I-nlte 2; Oakland .12. Vcnion 10; Portland 11. San Francisco S; Los.AnK bluglcd the ball lo nil corner? of (he lot, and put the game on ice. The fielding of the Knox boys almost errorless. JEFF SIILL IRES EVIDENTLY THEY NEED A COMM1SH If tlic charges as to tlic practice In Philadelphia rings are based on fact (lien .1 commission is badly needed In the Keystone Slate. Merc Is a 6: (otil tficllcs said to he employed in Philadelphia: Seattle, May Darcy couhl 1 have Iwalcn Mike Glljlions or any oilier middleweight or the. world had ha lived I o ll eli L hi I'nH cuunlry." This ivns the pr'atBu "BWorded the Auatrnllan ooxcr who rllctl al Jlcm- plils, Tcnri., Thursday, by Homco UnG- CTI, Real lie who IG In Seattle Tor Ihe.'firsl time, in more UIHH n year.; Harden saw Darcy fiv cxhlbl- llon linuls al CloveljiDrl n few nionUjs aso and IB convinced tliaL Les could have. Any man of Ills weight In llic world. Romeo, since lie left Seattle, lifva fnnglit a ilozcii (txlilfl In Mic cast, and IIAR lost but two. qilly Weeks, Cann- illRii mfddlDwcIfhl chnniplon, sol a rierlalrin over" Ilagcn early ttits yenr, find a Cleveland lad named Myers also heat (he Scnltld. bnkor. Kdrllc Plnliniaii and oilier locnl i scrflvrcra who for A llfnE nL -visastern figl'tlng may fiud food for re- y.lecllon tn'ltnKen's story of the "big" nionoy pnld boxcra In Iho oast. Hagcn Rays that 4100 la about monoy paid for a round liout ami Hial.uonc but lop nolcliora the (260-tind thai hnvc hccn paid lie re. the hands Vilh stiff hard apo, which when completely cover- ing the hand makes It almost as I hough encased In metal. Spreading oil of mustard on glove to temporarily Wind opponent. Urcaking tlie naddlng glove so (hat the hare knuckles can reach I3ic .opponent's jaw. The. fighter surreptitiously dips Ills Former Heavy Chiimp Enthu- siaslic and His New Home SFay green- est of cub reporters might remind James" J. Jeffries lhat IiCMvas once oli B nip] on heavyweight looser of the world. But 11 is doubtful U EUch a reminder Tvnuld cnliancc a visitor's popularity around the Jeffries ranch. JeW.wants to forget that he ever was a ring Rlar. Because Jim Jeffries was cliampJon fighter of the world Is the only reason, however, lhat Ihe general nubile will Although the major ball' leagno1 teams arc >rcll advanced In their 1917 pennant race, John II. Wagner lias not yet joined the Pirates, It seems lo Ihal the grand old man of baschall is through with the game at last ,'Fhc game.loses ils greatest fans their greatest idol. He was far the most famous player lhat ever played, anil many ol Ihe records created liy the Flying Dutch- man in his 2a years in Ihe game will never he equalled. Old Honus has made more lilts, scored more runs, stolen more bases and driven out more doubles and homers lhan any olher player that ever lived.., .Wagner la years" old, and has played 19 consecutive years in the leagues. He was married recently and maVes hia home In Carnegie, Pa. It la reported lhat lie. wiil accept the nomination for sheriff of that county. If lie Is not (lio slightest douliL that he will he elected by an overwhelming majority. Here arc HIP. ten major leaguers who have made the most hi Is, the most runs, the most doubles, the most trip- les, Ihe most homcrp, the rifices and stolen the most bases: Pirates, Craw- ford., Tigers, 2.561; Cobb. Tigers, 13S; llrnrcs. Srhnlte. Pirates, Eddie Colons, AVhllc handT in ho wate- bucket .Sk ne bc in detail, of hb living Lhc laic The meager dusl Ihl melhoda llcfcr- inc lapc. _ me manager nusia me K.e nnrnmnn Insldo o -tli Elove willi insinc 01 me gioie wiui toriDS hoihliig in common HAS A GREAT TASK. Hnncctnlng Jcl( Pfcffcr. alar Brooklyn indiiiulniRii, -.-Ihcro -arc words' going Ilic foimils rouccrnliiR coriiracl rllli II. .KbbelA Jell 10 Jl-fA linjl annual ims'nicnl [or services.lo icnclerctl inaile ICES JoOO whtii .It ranie Lime (o sMu. If? sjgncd UiO -ilioklcs. lie ,iaR lo ilo is ronlcs'ls Ilils icrc' season ftnil ho'U II. Gt lie should loll. or Mill Wten r woipviU. JCB-3 Interest. I" blB Ke. wfn, Thi Jb "our wilh a bunch ot powdered plnslcr tl forms Y solid cakijjlke atone.. HOLKE MAKES GOOD, houKh Wnllcr llolkc Is not hit- ting Ihc bull for Ihc GlanU at the clip he did last fall, his -drives have been moat timely In scoring runa, while his Melding work Is referred lo New York crlllcg as high clnss. Lalnnile ought to "bc coraled for hravery. When Ottawa uncl Toronto rl-ijeri? arc turning to for patriotic purpose, he lias Ihc nerve (o hold Hie N'ntlonol up for J2.500 per season. Club LAWN The first match games of I lie Rcneon will: be pulled off at thc'Harracks helwecn tfams skipped by Jas. J-cvlc. nrfJ Eera, nhd AiUniE and' f-. Mcllvenn, holders, for the Kaiiricrs' Trophy. Tills trophy for '.competition on twenty-four-hours nollcc. Sport Summary Chicago, June Bur- man, Chicago, bantamwcjght out- fought France William, cf York in a ten-round bout at New York. Sam Bahne, third blMfnln; Lewis Malont. 2nd biltmin, who were rarmtd out to St. of the American Association under optional agreements by Ihe St- Louls and Brooklyn National League teams, respectively, have been released back to their awn- eis. The annual regatta Ot (hs MiiGlslippI Valley Power Boat Association, icheduled lo be held in Minneapolis July 1 lo 5. has been declared off on account of the national Benny Leonard Is now regarded as (lie greatest knockout arlist in the ring. lie has a record for having put nls opponents lo sleei> tliat Is un- equalled, and Eddie Shannon can tell a few thingr about lhat after his re- cent erperiKice In Ihe ring ii-ilh Benny. So can 1'acl-y Hommcy, nil- chie Mitchell and last but nqf least, Charlie Kid Thomas. B R ANT FO R CX- CROWN AND STANDARD BICVCLES. Fitted with Donlop-TranUon' Treatl and beat equipment; throughout. Prices from MO.OO-" to cash or-eur termi. Second hand alirays ID stock. Hcpalra and Lcthlirids'c Cycle Co.' 110 Filth SlrMt S. John McDraw is repudiating Ihe has been sluuiplns lor charge lhat lie nasn'l loyal. He lillle old New YorK. Soi, SpESker, Indians, Chase, ftcds, 1.631; Husflns, Cardfn RutlE J.725; Tigers, Cobb; Tigers, 1.132; Mngee, Droves. HugEins, Cardinals, 9JS; Eddie Collins, White Sol, 305; Kvers, Uraves, S94; Schultc, Pirates, S39; Dush, Tigers. S17; .Speak- Indians, SQ5. Doubles Pirates, 641; Crawford, Tigers. 455; Magee, Braves, 3SS; Coljb, Tigers. 332; Speaker, In- dians, 282; Scliulte, Pirates, 253; Doyle, Cube, 23S; Lewis, Red Sax. 225; Cliasc, Reds, 21G; Zimmerman, Giants 213. Tigers. 302; ner. Pirates, :M3; Collb, Tigers, 102; .llafiCR, Braves, 144; Speaker, Indians, 11G; Jackson, While Sov 115; Kon- ctchy, Schulte, Pirates, 110; Eilille Collins, White Soi, 110; Doyle. Cubs, Homers rirales, 100; Crnwlo'rd. Tigers. 33; Scluillc, Pirates, 91; 'Cravalh, S6; Magee, TiravcP. SO; 'Plitladellihfas, CS; Cobb, Tigers, 57; Baker, Yankees, 55; Doyle, Cubs, 51: Efllpr, Cubr, 53. Sacrifice Pirates, 2G5; Bverf, Braves, 24Sf Turner, Indians 243; Kiidie Collins. WJlllo Sox, 233; Ci-awlord, Tigers, 229; Magee, Braves, 224; l.obert. Glanta, 223; Barry, Itcd SD.I. 221; Wagner, Pirates, 212; JIc- Ilriilf, Senators, 203. Steals Wagner, Pirates, 715; Coub, Tigers, 643; Eddlo Collins. While Sox, 455; Milan, 423; Dcschcr, Cardinals, 421 Magee llravcs, 412; .Crawlord. Tigers, 411; Iluggms, Cardinals, 324; Murrav, Gi nnts, 321; Hraves, 310. WE HAVE FOR SALE New 1017 Ford Car One 1917 ForS, nearly new r i j ...Two Fonls, each One Overland L One Stuilebak'er................... L THESE CARS ARE ALL IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION fj BAALIM MdTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRV Mjr. HolsleJn calves. How .often do you go to town, was a njicalfon asked of tne Lurbank'farmer, whose 105 acres .lie close to the mountain range which hedges llie-Saii Fernando Valley, out from IMS Angclcj. "Not any nioro Ilinn 1 have Iho rcplT- "I hope I'm through wdli clly life, and unless T have somr- bii3l. ness there, 1 stick clean In the ranch." Thc'i'c Is n. phnsn of Uie Jeffries com- position wlilcn will surprise lliose wlio know of lilm only as