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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUXR 2, 1919 PAGE SIX UP FATHER" By G. McManusj I KNOW >QU ARE DEAR 10 I SEMT FTTJR DOCT05! Bt HOLLY' I'VE KiODEO MUCH TYJAT -HAIL- INSURANCE IN THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS The Sport Page In The Major Leagues "BILL" KILLEFER AMERICAN [Tuesday Evening a( Eckslorm 1'ark in League Fixture American' League Standings Silurday Nigh: Won. 1-cst. I'.C. 7 IT! 1" 15 ___ 13 NATIONAL Pal Morau also seemed loi- cost at pfOjucllor, ol coal ia a matlor ._ ._- _ i_______ u- I--in- .-II-.I Intnratl (n' Ihftt. uiu from Injuries because ho knew how to catch, and after having watch- ed Ibwe two slars (eel thai my sys- tem Ir ahoul Tight. L'bicaso Clpvcland New York 31. Detroit .US The "FraEiiierils Iron] France" V.cir- ttp for Iho game against tbe Calilcs on Tuesday night will be: Uunlop Anderson. Tencant Ehaw. JlcCormacs. Farrant i Thompson. L-innins. Robertson. Allan l and Linniug The. team will strip in their cluo- room at 6.30 sharp- Gallics" Line-up the following is Caledonian team for Hie foolball match wilh Ihe Vels ou Tuesday: llclnlyrc or Charles; Campbell. Mc- lltcna. Owens: iSch'ay. "Wilson, Doug- las. McFerlanc, Breeze. The players are requeslcc. lo lie al lie Ecfcslorin Park at G.15 sharp. Jas. Gurr will referee, hlca-fltl at 7 o'cloct ILL MYERS v_' .144 National League standings Saturday Night Won. H.C. .724 New York llrooklyn..... Cincinnati rillsburg Chicago...... Philadelphia Bostou .'-'31 EL Louis 21 17 IS r, 14 1.' 10 .154 .1G7 Saturday Games Chicago Phillips, Morton. Enzniau and O'- Nolll; Cicolte and SchalS. St. Louis........ Detroit -Dill" Kinder, slar catcher o[ the Chicago Cubs, gives the following ad- vice, which may be found helpful to sins young Canadian To my way of Ihinkins nuc of the bcsl assets a catcher can have U ability lo avoid Injuries, particular- ly in his throwing hand. When a re- ceiver is efficient in mosl every res- pect he Is needed iii Ihe game every day. or as ollen as possible. If ha-is mccllns wilh mishaps freauenlly be j ia oul oL harness for a week or more at a time 'he upsets Iho morale.of the club and also loses his own effective- ness. One of Ihc tirsl things il youbs calcher ought to Icam is to prolecl vital Interest to'that corporation. The cost of production Hi the Coal Creek mines has been a matter ot grave i-oDcern to I ha chief customer of Hie company and it goes without laying that any Improvement In that direction would bo more tuan wel- come In those .who have to buy the product. General Hound-Up the Oilier Day Has Brotighl Issue To The Saturday Games Philadelphia G 1- _ Boslon 1 2 ijis and that can be done almost and Cady; Scott, Flllin- unconscious gira. Norlhrup and Gowdy. BrooVlyn New York 0 12 Gallia sothoron and Billings. Sever- oid- I.ove, llilchcll, Erictscn and Aln- smith. Xew York.......'....... e_ 13' Snore, "ShawW and Hannah. Harper, Thompson, Shaw and Picinicb, GharritT, Apicw. 0 I Carly" 6 I Cincinnati iri, fact, it becomes EO MEMORIAL DAY .GAMES Detroit TooK Two DBTH01T May 30 Detroit'won both games fro-i St. Louis today. 2 lo 1) Ihls morning and 6 lo 0 this aftel- noon. Secon-l game R t. h. St Lonis Detroit T. Slaughter Indians CHICAGO. May 30. by defeellnB Cleveland 3 to 2 in the atler- 3 11 1 270 Krnegcr; and Me- 10 11 0 nine. Bressler nnd liariden, Allen; Kamillnn.and Sweeney. Chicago Bt- 1 Hendrix and O'Farrell; Doafc, Ames and Snyder, Clcmons. i MEMORIAL DAY GAMES Pirates Take Two riTTSBURG, ilay again 'defeated Cincinnati in toe after- noon -same after taking the morning conlest by a score of 0 to S. Tr- scorc this afternoon was 3 to 1. Second game H H Cincinnati !jj Pillsburg ...........3 Eller, Milchell and Rariilen; er and Sweeny. Louis Wins Two after a man has been in the game awhile. In the twelve years 1 have bcc-n con- nected wllh baseball nearly all the In- urins 1 Lave seen catchers sustain lavt been broken-. lingers. Some, of course, ivere impossiblu to avoid, but most d! them :due to Ihe ignor- catchers in receiving Ihe (From Our Own CorrfsiicuiJcrm KERNIE. May has been a illlo wild talk indulged In by a law pie, over the action ot tho proviu- clal pollco acting 'in arresting the; hotel men and bar lenders, reporlcd yesterday, but when Inspector Owen j made, it plain that he was acting tin-; der instructions and thnl he was go- ing lo see Ihat tbe town was cleaned UP, there is evidently n different alii-j Jude being laken. Humor ran about that the informer who' was responsible for Ihc exposure and arrest ot the hotel men, would be Hymaii Sholklu. aceJ 6'i years, was fatally Injured liy an BUlo in Toronto. Missouri has Joined tho list ot stales vv-lilch maintain night schools lor adulls in rural regions. W. -4 1 11 illard SIRV1CI STATION INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE IB17 A Policy' to Suit Every Need SEE H. J. H. SKE1TH Sherlock Blk. Phone Ihc irilormcr, Constable Chad- of Kaslo, was acting under in- j strucllons from his superiors, and strictly within his duly as a provincial policeman, added lo the fact lhal he is secretary ot the Great ans Association ot Kaslo, Ihc talk about violence will 'amount lu talk. There has been not a little criticism Coop- noon gamo before the crowd ST. LOUIS. May 30.-SI. Louis lw.ce gave the I defeated Chicago to-day. The scores i CL u-e u______ ____ 1 fliirpen oul- Ihat most recruits have until Brook Gordon, an old catcher, laughl me how to hold my right land In 1907. At that lime I played willi'lhE Anslin learn of Ihe Te'sas I have bad only one broken linger since coins behind the. plate. 1 sUrled to administer the act, and their actipn here and at other places in the prov- ince was because ot tue failure of Q[ UHJ-vflBEOn, Lul> The ran envies the big leaguer who "defeat ot the day, having ,won _ 1 _ i i rr-fc._ 'is ordered soulh for spring training. He Ihlnks lie ball blayer lives the life of Rciily. The boll player comes tuck with the reply that tbe fan Is crazy not knowing the inconvenience and'monoly of-lhe.drill.be under- to gel into shape. Nobody in Ihu world has yet been known to be sat- ilsned wilh bis lot, says Leu Wooster I of Ihe Brooklyn Times. We admit the is not ei- UctV all pleasure. H entails rigor- Una training and kills an entire day. Of the Sunny Soulh. Ihe ball player Uees nothing but Ihe sunshine. True he morning to 1. The field ng olJBCilson and the hatlmB ql 5 to 4 and i to 1. hil St. Louis in the first game, bul Ihe locals made all but one of llieir hits Bi 1 'factors In the scoring. In the second game Goodwin held tho Cubs to llva :hanman were features. Second game R JUveland......... 2 s Chicago. 3 s Three Straight For Yanks WASHINGTON. May New York made It three straight from Washing- ton bv winning the atternoon Jlemor-1 win and demons. Isl da'y Eame 5 to 2 the Boston Captures Brace morning conlesH to 2 In len BOSTON, ilay 30.-Bo5ton hits. Second game Chicago Louis H 1 I Douglas, Carter and Killefer; Good Second game NevYorli Washlngton Quinn and Iman enjoys the treatmfml, and Thompson and J-icnic "l he Bees of Ibe burg he Is training j AlMehc. in and tbe surrounding country he PHILADELPHIA, May ,11 -Mil. can wrl'e in the spaca reserved for Dumout passed two batsmen n the cau vrii.e ILI K on I In the correspondence on a postcard. Oh, yesihi3 board and transportation are R 11 games from Philadelphia to-day, 6 14 2 winning in Ihe forenoon C to 3 and in 2 11 4 the afternoon 0 to 0. Rudolph allow- Ayers. Craft, jcd Philadelphia only live' .faltered hill in Ibe aliernoou. Scconil garae RUE Philadelphia '0 1 I paid (or by Ihe club. Yel, life In the big league might be j worse. for iDStanee, they Old as in the minors. Before we lelt I for numonl passed two oauuitu Oh.l tenth Inning, James was sent lo the rescue In afternoon game with Pniiad-lphla. Rob bunted to James who tried to hurry the ball lo tbird lioston and tilled tie bases, then slruck Goo. Burns On the elbow with the ball and I Old as in the minors. Before we lelt Burns on Jacksonville we heard a-tale of woe. Ihe-AlWelic. won to 3 T __ ,____ n P.nafnn won the mOTQl 1 Hi was spun by Larry Larrissey, a lad who has been kind enough 'lo help jimr four Uncle Wilbert Robinson i when pitchers were needed for bil- "''lint pracllcc. Now, Larry is still in (the depths; he ii a minor leajner. 'The Virginia league is as far xl he. got They don't bolncr about training i by" o2 In "he morning and by 4 to 1 WL It Is a sreat mistake c spread the Ihe afternoon. Tne Supertax have ringers and lo have the thumb slick- now Mjllered 5 consecutive defeats. Ing out as ,f U were a flag pole Keep Ir, the afternoon game Ihe GiantsJ Ihe f.ngera close logclher and made 13 Dovle led with a triple L'he Iliumb lurr.nrt toward the nalrn ol mae e Tdouble and two .iingir, in four times I the ban A "g- Jlr. tr.t Mrs. Dell Itossack. oS Uaryville, crashed through the railing of a highway bridge In an automobile. and .were allghlly injured. New York Smith and Krucser; ionzales. All ball players In Ihe cily are asked to turn out lonlghl for a pracl'.ce game lo prepare for the Invasion of Ihe 'Hat on Wednesday and Bow Island on Thnmiay. Carnslon will be here Friday nlghl' o 'f 't I you were .closing the first. This H II K- tects Ihe tiiumli. Keep Iho hand r, l There ia lllllc danger ol having a broken lirtgcr II Ihis Is done. I know Barnes and HANK HAD NO LUCK NAMES, SO NOW HE IS PLAIN "MR. SMITH1 W. and roe that K I dkl-nol adppl this method I would lie on Iliu injured list several llmcl a season, as t have foul bit my hand time and again. 1 receive no broken hones heran.ie my hand Ihe way It la hdil I.I flexible, the ball bouncing elf became there, la no re- slhlance. lly hand bruised by Hi- blows hul I have never found WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE A DECLINE IN PRICE OF. KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND TUBES. THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. '416 FOURTH AVENUE P. wonderful mlleago remains Ihe same a? before. .'.ale now the motto of Hank Koerl, j In rcllrc f.-om I'ne game a native of these parts, HP wantR a j n just ns easy to catch a hal new name, and he wants il quick, and by the pitcher or fouled oil he wantc one guaranteed not to clog, j ins iiat with the liand held looso and ru'jt or corrode. I aligiilly Ijenl. A catcher lets Ihc bal Illlherlo Hank liaj hecn out of luck glove flral and the right hanc In the mailer of names. When Hie j auuniEitkaHy Hoaea over It wlien I ifnlle'd Slates Inally look n Ion? j iiljj. case a Ihrow In IHc breath and Jumped liilo the war, rlrjil lian-1 Is fully opened anil It t. Hank's lasl name was Kaiser. Wilh lu grasp liie ball. Uefnre making a label like that he soon-found.liimaclf the to one of the bases be stir" In Dutch with the to ho holfooled il lo court and Inlil It rbang- cd lo Hberl. Ihonght lie nas hul luck was against lilni, and tlic fingers am (kmly wrapped nronni [tie Ijail. If held loosely tlic throw likely r.cjl to accurate. bul luck was ngainsi mm, he Johnny nlins was one of Ihp. grea found himself in wrong again when j r.4 o.m-heri I IHVC letn In the hi President Kbert making lie was oul about Ih his mark on Ihc doited line at the liol- i toni of the Allies' peace ItfrniS.' So a couple of days agp Hank bobbed up In court will) another rei'ie-l for a new moniker. This lime he> nol tak- ing any chances. "I'm xoing lo P.lay Hank fold Iho Judge. tnalto II plain Henry might to he 'A anro thing." linfc 1 IlKifeT. iii iliS TWIIICS III 1512. iiul f anw cndiiRh of him lo no-; tjco.bow be ranglii. He held hl.l right hi.nil the aam.c as I ilo.mino and them I-; no doubt that fa Ihc reason why lie seldom was forced lo occupy the bench lime. Jl I rcmemherlcor- TftcllT, Klinf hart only OTIC finger, Ihe liltlc one, bfoken all'Ihc time he wall Powerful Nash Motor AVlvNUE SOUTH Baalim ;