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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, MAY 7, 1917 THE LETHHRIDGE DAILY HEIULD PAGE THREB UP By DOHT DNfc LET ME .KTCH'YOU -TALKING TQ THAT AWNl _ -_____y Mf EK-I CAN EVEN TOUR I HEARD TOO HER A MINUTE I'VE COT'GOOD LEFT ME! 1 AT THE OFFICE.! THW5 rlEAWN' (WONT IF1 KIN HELP IT: HERALD SECTION Big League Baseball AMKKICAX nostun Bt. Louin Now Chlcaeo Cleveland I'lillndelphla WaF.hinuloti Detroit Won. 10 11 S II 5, i; C 'Losl. P.C. jo 10 rl .521 .474 .123 .375 .367 .SATURDAY-GAMES. Chicago'......Odd000 I 2 fit. 1 6 2 Cicotle anil Schalk; Koob and Scv- crolcl. All other games postponed, cold wea- ther and ralu. SUNDAY GAMES. A Great Mi. Louis, May did not ftllow Chicago a bit during 11 innings IIG pltchcil in two games'today anil SI. l.oiiis took both, the first S to 4 uiic] (ho scconi] 3'to 0. In the fourth inning of tile first game St. l.ouls inridc live added Illrec more in the eighth on good hfttiitK and an error. Plank retired for plncb hitter in the seventh nnd tlroom relieved-him on Ihe raound. From then on to the end of the second game Chicago could not get n Utlt 25 men laced Groom In tho second game Chicago ......000 200 3 St. 3 1 ''itusseli, nanforlh anil Schalk; Sotlieron, Gioom anil ScveroJil. Second O-.icagg.......000 000 0 0 St. Louis ____ S '1 and Groom and Scv- 'troW. Cleveland and Detroit postponed, rain. ASSOCIATION Saturday Games.- Milwaukee 7, i'. 'i: Louisville. 5, 4 St. Paul 0, 4..0; Iniliiinanolis 2, 7. 2 Kansas City at Colurabua iioslpnn tj. wet grounds. -.Minneapolis nt Toledo, postponed rain. INTERNATIONAL Satuiday Games ProvHcncc I, 4, 12, 13 2 j All other gftmca in International postponed, rain. Sunday Gamei. Providence 3, 4, 2; Montreal i, S, 2. Only game scheduled. NATIONAL Lost. Louis :cw York hlcago 'hiladclplita liiidnnatl Irooklvn 8 12 11 loslon 3 11 P.C. .1115 .571 .571 .4uS .117 .355 .'333 SATURDAY GAMES Cincinnati......COO 000 10 1 S 2 Schneider imd llulm; llcndrit, Aid- tlKC aud WIlBon, EJJIoit. All oilier games posLiioned, wet SUNDAY GAMES. Another Good Game. Chicago. May held Chi- cago (o two hits Inilay, yet Chicago from t'idsburg 3 (o _'. Xeidcr won Hie same In the eighth. tic fclolfi whereon-Carlson cut loose a wiW pitch and scored. 'iltsiiurg 11 Chicago 2 Carlson and Schmidt; Vaughn anil Kllioll. Shut Out Clnci'i. Cincinnati, May Loiii'3 shut out Cincinnati today H to 0. illowcil only five scalLcrcd hits. Tone> in llic first lulling, was lilt for 'four runs. St. 8 Cincinnati '000 000 5 Walson Riid Toney, Eller and llulm. NORTHWESTERN Games, At Ur 7. 2; Van- couver '2, G, 4. At 3, Sr 3; Uullo S, 5. Ai Falls 2, C, 5; Spokane C, fi, 2. t Saturday Gamea. Tacoina A, Bulle 2. Great Falls 12, Spokane 1. VanconvDr I, Seattle 3. A .'j LOCAL TEAMS PLAY 4-2 GAMEj 6 INNINGS Two local tennis picked trom the players trying out for posi- tions on (he Lolhliridge aggre- gation played a, .4-2 six Innings gaiuo Saturday evening, show- Ing up some strong material. Walsh, Lund, Ulllies, Evans ami a, dozen others wore on deck for a Rood work-out The baseball weather Is Ideal (lie boys aro (o show sonic of Hie old sprang jieri. Another practice loniEH at G.30. Sisler is Crowding Tris Speaker Cobb Eleventh-Rousch Leads Nat.! Balrd, Pillsbure. .323; Kautf, Nevl-313; Fahrlque, Brooklyn, .306- Gn York, .310; Bancroft, Philadelphia, Cincinnati, .300. Chicago, May Stsler, the left handed first baseman with St. Louis, is. pressing Trij Speaker, of Clcvclnud, the 191G baiting champion, for lilllliifi honors In Ibc American eagne, unofficial averages released oday show. Coming from behind Sleler Is now second in llic list with an average of 391 for Id games, ivhlle Speaker Is cadlng .434, The SI. Lonla first Backer, who was 15th a. week ago, Irovc out twelve jti his last five yamcs. The Include games oE last Wednesday. Colib of Detroit, si lulled into eleventh position ivith au average of .315. A week ago thu not- We Have For Sale Greatest Backstop of the Day, He In the Game ed Georgian was a clip. Slsler, I'rjlL ol St. Louis, and Weav- er, of Chicago, arc lied tor leader in stolen bases iviih four each; Chap man, of Cleveland, is lending (.be sac tillters with 10. and is tied irith Will, of Philadelphia. In runs scored Each crossed Ihc 13 times. Six players arc tied for home run hlLlhbg with one each. They nrc Bo die, "Philadelphia; Young, Detroit Pipp. New York; Dos Inn ILohlllzol, Hoslon; Slslcr, St. Louis Hoslcm is Icading-fii (cam hitting will .207. Leading li liters: Speaker Mcltmes, riillaclefpriia, Collins, 'hicagp, Rtrunk. Thiladclplita, Milan, Washiugtoa. Hob DoAlou, .324; K. Foster, nglon. .322; PceklniJauBli, New YorK, ?20; Cobb, De- rolt, .315; Plpp, New York, .311; Ja- coltson, St. [xiuls, .30-t; WaiubsgaiiES, Cleveland, .302. j National League Rouscli, Cinehinatf, is hecping up his terrific hilling in lite National league, although Jack Smith, a St.. I-cuSs pinch illler. Is at the loi> wllh an average of .G15. Srnilh has only hatted 13 as against -12 lo the plalc for JlouEth, whose average is .47G. Homsby, of SI. Ixjuls. and Cravath, of Philadelphia, aro tied for home runs vrith three each; Whlttcd, of Uhiladcl- nlifa. Is kadtng in Eacrificc hits with seven, and of Pitlsburg, lops Ihe base stcalers wllh seven. Groh, of Cincinnati. H out in from in runs scored with fourteen. In team bat- ting New York is leading willi .205. Loading hllters: Smith: St. Louis, .G15; Itousch, Cincinnati. _47C; Burns, Xcu- York, .411; Iluullicr, Chicago, .3S5; Cruise. SI- Louis, ,367 Hcrzag, New York. .301; Elliott, Chicago. .353; Cravaili. Philadelphia. .345; Keilior, Philadelphia, ,333; Wliiltert, Cleveland, Slsler, SI. Louts, phia, .327; Fischer, .327; One Cadillac in good repair One Rco converted truck One Ford converted tnick Two Fords in good working order and One 1017 Ford, only run 800 miles ;.I.T.M. We guarantee all of the above to be in good working, order. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. Tom Mulhal, 'Peg Boxer, Thinks Edmonton Boy Hns Good Chance' to Win Cloiiy Who'cojourned In our midst for a few fast winter li after Johnny O'Lcary's according to Tom Mvlhall, A-JVInnlptg dltpjlch Ulllng of It V "crony Tall, Ihe well known Ed- morion who has had many victories to his credit. Is hot on the trail of' 'Johnny 0'' Leiry. Tall has visions being PACIFIC COAST Sunday At Los' Angrlcs 2, G; San Francisco 5, 5, 1. Afternoon Angeles 2, -1, 2; Stm Francfsco, 6, 11, 0. AL Los game- Salt Lake 7, 0; Vcrnon 1, G, 2, Afternoon Innings, Salt rake 10, JR, 3: Vcrnoii, S, 5, 5. Portland and Oakland, posfponcd, ralu, Saturday Games. Salt Lako 5, Vcrnon 3. San Francisco 8, Log Angeles Portland Oakland l. SCHOOLSLEASl Four Good Teams (o Represent After Old-Timers and for that reason. !ic Is anxious to hook up O'Lcary. "Tom that looke ejcredlnoly promising. "I ballfva Talt Lvoufd make 'em rfl clefj Irishman h very ficUnllffc, anU a real wallop. I knaw he landed s lew ctn my bean when vrere- tralnlng to'yelher." and Frank Mantell (ought a draw nl a few nights but the local toy claim thai he. had the belter of Uie If all well the School Lea- gue will getaway tomorrow Ing with the flrit game between Central and Fleetwoad, The cchedule li nol yet completely ar- ringed hut the boyi are anxlouc to toe the mark for the flrit to rfeclde (htf achaorchanv plonihlp for year. Central tehool hat a aggregation of yoUngiten, but Flectwood, with Principal Brandow eOMhlng, n rfanitroui SI, Ratll's and WettmlnvUr other two lr> league. The (eims hive about to pTayr which will probaMy gfye them about 11 The High school Is getting up a team and It about to IMUC a cMI lo the Old-JImcrt fn ttope of Tevening Ihe result latt year. (By Charles A. Cornlskey.j President Chicago White SDK. Several rensons why the sboultl ivln thc-flaij tills year may be mentioned. One of Ilieaels Hay Schalk Tills young man undoubtedly Is the urcatcst backsloii ot the day and tha_ ccjual of any who ever wore a glove, Yea, anil lie's the peer ol any or Ihe old timers who ilidp'l wear Ihe span- clcs, There 3s nothing Loo difficult for (liis young ratclier to attempt anfl lhat Is (he essential thine thatiuakcs him a lower of atrcnglli (o the Sox. In all the uuallLlcs lhat go to make an ideol receiver Sclinlk excels. Jlc possess eg iiisLlnct. Ulil you ever notice Scha.k sterl af- ter a fly liiRl went Inld the stands? Slcel anil concrete 'alone prevented him from making such "a' :alch. Alert for every chance, Schalk )s n wonderful help lo a pll- chcr, and Uicroforc to Ihc'cnllrc learn. of All. The (tuestion has 4iccn pul to many lilacs: wag (he grealcsL ealchcr of the early clays of baseball? [luck Kwiiifi, In my opinion, topped HID list, nll-rouinl ability lie was In a class by lihusclf. He combined the qualities of n srcal ha Is man with (hal of a wonderful receiver. He nn accurate throwing arm anil was alert to field the tall In lha pinches. Schalk possesses nil ihc qualities dial made Faring stand out Among tho giants of the early clays. )s younger llian Bwltig when this old- ttmer VRS al the. JicIfM of his. fame. In anility nnd his ability to grasp a allon al glance Schalk has had no equal. lie nlso Is a; corking good bnlsmnn in a pinch, has an excellent throwing arm nnd (here never lias lived his equal for nerve In tho tight quaiiij SiiuIaifiiiiia'utC- ib a major Icaguo catcher. We always feel safe when Schalk Is IielilncJ the plate. Schalk Always In My mmijigcrs havo mo thai no player has his heart more In Iho garrte IhrjH Schalk. That Is Ihc way I havo nlivaVs fonntl him. No Incident Schalka career inc.iscil me more thnn one which happened last', year In the cast. It was typical'of (Ida player.' "Arc on the htfat with vis to New asked one ol tho players nf Schnlk on the bench In tho licat ot n hot battle (tic Red Sot. "I don'L care (o talk about pleasure Irlps when we're In a hot battle like Schalk, walking away. Jf Ibcro Jiatl bcejj inoro of 11 Insl year we might have won hands down. It's the spirit Ihc boys'sccrn to have all along tho lino this spring. It's the spirit IhnL wins pennants. The Uoaton School noard has dis- charged seven men teachers, n ffaman Kindergarten tusfrurfop and a Janitor bcpauso they were not citizens tt (he U, S. Two of the men tire Spaniards, Lhrcc Canhtllans, one nn Armenian nnd anothcr-a (lorman. 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