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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 'J, 1917 TIII-: ;i'. IUII.Y PARE THREK "BRINGING UP FATHER" DOKT XOU KNOW XOO SHOULDN'T 4HT WITH AN OFFICER NO ONE' HAvD TO FOR IT; HE VOZ THKT PEOPLE IN r SOCIETY OOTVT CUT I THOUGHT I COULD L.KK THI5.0NEI HERALD SPORT SECTION I o GEO. STALLINGS MARRIES. Big League Baseball AMEKICAX Won. Jxisl. HoslOll........ 11 New York...... 10 riilcago 13 St. 11 Cleveland Philadelphia Wnshiiisloil Detroit 11 G I 1 10 111 10 10 11 II .5SJ .60S Sew York St. Louis Clilcaso .521 rMladclpbla NATIONAL Wotl. Lost. 10 5 n 7 13 9 .024 notion .375 Cincinnati .313 Won In Ninth Hoslon, hold Hoslon (o (hren.'liHfi until tlio ninth today. Then two singles ami Govaly's iloubln stored Koriclchy wtlli Ihe run lhat TVOII for Boston 2 lo I. llrooklyii 4 I Hoston........000000101 2 C 1 PCcfTcr and Meyers; Tyler and Giants Take Second New York. May York von llic second and last panic of llic scries from Philadelphia today o lo 1. Rixey hit hard by (lie Giants In llic sec- ond and third Philadelphia New y'orlt JUxey, Mayor, FlUery and Kllllfer- Anderson nnd Rarlricii- SI. Louis nnd I'lllsbiirg. postponed cold No other panics scheduled.. 5 1 12 .0 PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake San Francisco rbri'a'Tiil Oakland' Yemen Los Angeles Won 15 20 Lost 12 13 1G 17 Ifl 20 .606 .-is; .469 .44 .39- Drooklyn 'Htsuurg 7 11 5 13 D .45S .351 .318 Hush Ineffective Philadelphia May wns In- cfTecllvc in the first (n-o innings of array's camR nnd New York sot a lead hal Philadelphia could not overcome, the final score belli c 4 lo 2. New G li Philadelphia.....Oil 000 000-2 9 Culloi) :.nd Nuriamaker; Hush, Mey-[ ers and Sebang. Cleveland Wins Detroit. May Covclcakin held DclroJI to throe hits today and Cleveland won 5 to 2. The visitors bunched IriLs In [he two innings lo overcome a otic-run lead, aided by two errors In the ninth. A heavy shower Just before the first Runic closed made It impossible lo play the of the scheduled double-header. Cleveland .010 000 10 1 3 I Covcleakln and O'Neill, Hillings; DRUBS and Stallage. Lost Double-Haader El. Louis. May onMifl Chicago today hut through inability lo hit opportunely and poor fieldlhe Ins both names. Chicago won 4 lu 3 and 9 St. Louis held a lead ot four runs in the flftli inning of Ihc second Kanic and SnMicron had allowed only The first game in the new Public School league was played yesterday between FloelwGDil and Central on the K.eeiwooil and resulted in a victory Tor Central u BCGFC nl 17 to 11. The was witnessed l.y a good crowd, and llic league proiui to Lu a success. look llic rhlladclphla. May 1. George StallliiEP- inanaBer ol tlic Doslon National League Lascball team, Mrs. Llay- aitl Sharpe, widow ot "Hud" Rlinrpc, former LnrecnRii of tho JJraves, HIErrled licrc today. pllclifng leant mate. KdJie Plank, of lleltysburp ami Jack Coombs, ol, Colly, still arc in active service ae j boy. "but big leaguers, but another season or flue places were ho couid have step- big leag livo may finish the pitching car- ccr.-- ol ihese stars anil whnt col- pitchers arc In sight lo lake tlitir places? How !t Struck the Boy A Philadelphia ilirlno >vas entertain- ing a couple of clergymen from 'sew York at dinner. The guests spoko in of a sonr.'jii their host had de- livered the Sunday before. The hosl'E ROJI at the table one of the New York clergymen saltl lo him: father's "I gueEs It was very good." said the but I lit re three mighty iid hav He mid, ELKS CLUB "My lad, what did you think of your) ALbtria Block fte.idlnp Room. 11 riling Room, Bil- liards. Ilugmar meetings, 1st a ad 3rd Thursdays. members wel- come. W. L. Clark. Esalled llulor. 10. B. FdgcU, Rcom A. Alberta Dbch, Kecrciary. Held in ttio first, Capt. Morrison, of Central led off tlic liruu'orks for his '.cam Is fees tonal b2scball losing Ms attraction for college men. or are flic and universities no longer turning oul tlio talent they did aliouL ten yours ago? While llicrc will remain an abund- ance of siur Mayers in Hie Lip l wood, pitching in good form, fanned Ihe next three men. (ireen, ol Central, handled the sphere for the first halt of the game. spurs on varsity nines, U also is Cruel lhat. in recent ycaVs a Large nuniLcrj of. prominent blK IcaKuo' collegians have passed in their uniforms, nml FOR SALE Fully modern house on 6th Ave. A., 5. Six rooms and bath, full concrete basement. First class condition. A snap for cash or would consider terms. APPLY: CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR 4 OAVID3ON 52-0 ITcimn's Auto Livery 24 Hour Service Capnblc Drivers Phone 1312 Dallas Hotel I up In I stood 1 lo 13 for Centra reliuvLu In ihu uixi elusive curve ball, held KJcetwood at his mercy. Sang for Fleelwood, pitched good ball, though a little w'ld at times. The support of both teams was loose. Central school learn was In a little better shape, hclng In bct- "Uo-flll tcr practice. Morrison was tlie star of tlic game. Jlorrlson. ss. antl p. Nichols, rf Audettc, 2b Uisscli, Salt bake 2 C 1; San Frmicfeco 050 I-os Angeles 2 C 2; rorllaiitl 770. Vernon ant] Oakland. Iravclling. one liit, tlic Inflelil crhck- ItobcrlEon, etl ntnl Hie visitors, nldcd liy Tour er-Jl-cedi, If. n.H.13. H :i U 2 3 2 1 1 NORTHWESTERN No Hit, No Run May Suther- land, winner or 16 straight grimes last year nit diet! a no-lilt, no-run game to- day and Tacoma defeated Circat Falla nRafn Z io 0. Hut four visitors reacli- first base and Sutherland hprf Ihcm hln mercy all the way, It was Ta- conia's tenlli slrnTfihl victory. Harper, who has hit pafcly Ici every game, oij the season, continued hig reinnrtaLIc balling spree by getting three lilts In three times nL hat, one a homo run over llic. Tenre. Taconra 301; Orcat F'alls 001. Vancouver 361; Utittc 2 G I. Spokane 13 12 4; Seattle 790. INTERNATIONAL Providence 162; Toronto 231. No other games scheduled. Tore, made throe runs. Chicago lipd the score In the sixth with two EHI- Kles. Johnson's home run Tor St. Louis In elglh tied the gamo up again, but Chicago won out in the ninth. First garni T, 12 Chicago St. Luuls Scott, Cicollc, Danforth and Rchalk; Davenport, Sotlieron, Parts, HanifUon antl Sevcrold. Second Chicago.......000 131 10 1 St. Ixnils......032 ODD 11 fi Williams. JJeiiz, ItusEcll and, .Solneron, Koob and Sorcrohl. Doalon nnd Washington postponed, wet grounds. Muskovltcn, cf....... MuCambly, c........ Green, p. eiul ss..... Totals C. Yonngr ss........ Clark, McCraD, c........... Sang, p.............. (leosnegan, ct. Collar. ?.b........... W. Yuung, It........ CoullB. Freoburgor, 2b. J 2 I uiio'ueiv'college pLpiiom rnsi'lc good' 'From llio jnrcp and dazzled big lenguo fBiidoni. However. he already proved to he worth half n dozen or-1 dinary players. The young man is' George Sisler, Ihe .great all around star-of (he St. Louis Urowna, and foriuerly ol Michigan university. Sis- ler already has caused Barney' Drey- fus more EuTtorinG than all the base ball wars put logcther. Q Robcrison Made Goad I During those three years three other college players came into their" own, Davey Hobertson of tlic tJianls. Krnie Shore of the Red Sox and PJpp of llie Yankees; bul all I three men have been hi the htg off and un since Both and Shore arc Dixie collcsc MOVE. Davuy a product of A. and M., Shore of Guid- ford college. They bolh cnmc lo the Giants 05 pitchers in 1912, and each Sunday M-crc delailcd with the Long Branch squad. They later were suc- ceeded in 1913 by I'reddlc Rchnnp and llnlic Schaucr, whom had any alma, nialer. Shore, pitched only one National league inning In 1912 and in lhat 17 ic r, R. H. E. 121 a 2 1 1 ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 3 10 1; Minneapolis 1 7 Tolcilo 464; SI. Paul 9 15 1. Louisville 462; Kansas City S 12 2. Columbus 392; Milwaukee 240. 3 j the H roves 'l humped Itim Tor Ulctiraw saw Holjcrlson's hit- Tolala................... U 12 ,9 .tihg nossibllilles 1312. Waver first plays, Auclctlc to] limler-slHdlert for first base. Morrison; three base htls, Morrison, i ral'cr lic shifted to the ouldcld. Pinp Mnskovitch, JlcCnmbly, U-o'nrat won fdmc with Catholic; unlver- ut b7 pitched ball, Robertson. Umpire, Ilruce. Morrison nnd Camuly; Sang and McCrac. Next Basil's nt St. Basll'f. (TlT IT. C. 11 am IK on. Unllcd J Slaff CorrcspordtJil) Now York, May you hato an nmbltlon (o atlnln fame almost as great and as lasting RS that of a prcsf- dent of the United Slates, all lhal IB neceasary Is lo oulgnesa tho pitcher, your bat like It WHS your last dime, And swing wllh all your might. Then hope and hope hard, That Is Ting U wile's rcclpo for bust- Ing the fences In any league where lie may happen to 1m playing. Inns much as It hns broiight him back lo thn Amcrlciiii league nnd H chanco at more fame as a big league oulRcIdcr (hero must he some truth In II. Plng't Recipe Swing! Ping Gflys awing hnrd Ihc first tlmo RO Into second speed on the second nnd then If yon'vo got to do It again (urn tin all Ihc gas. Jam down the eccclefalor and awing! Ping cracked out twenty homo runs1 while amasslnj; k hnltlng Average of Hontcllilng over .300 lint year on llio. Pacific coast. He has slnrlcd his terrible bat working .on rivals of tho I'hllacltlpnfa Allilcllcs nnd his work has given the Mack pUplis somo rcujHict (hln year. all In Ihc way you grab your bnl'nnd IMng. ''Tlio plt- cher who cari throw.harder than 1 can swing ain't been found. If you ictss the first two, ivhang again and got to tako Old Man Confidence 0 tlic plato wllh you. Make the Feneei Rattle "You gotta Ihlnk you're going lo maVc Iho fences rallle, or you're 'lone for. Walch Ihc pitcher, him, untl you've only gotta hang jat like grlni death and swing your hear) off lo set a new grouml record." Tlial woa the advice he passed out n year ago whnn he vras lolling Uobb> Jones linw ID make yootl na a "How do you Hobby wanted lo know. "How do 1 me." I )ievcr Irlcrt IMng responded after n period 01 grave reflection. .tasc lilts, Collier; bases un balls, Sang C, off Orceii 1, off .Morrison 0; SUPERBORITY Consideiing power, mechanical dclails, lux- ury, comtort, first cost and maintenance cost the Studcbakcr is supreme. Here arcsomc of thecharacteristicslhathavc established Studebaker as the undisputed leader of all Canadian-made automobiles: x 5 inch bore and stroltc po uT, silent and economical in operation. Full-floating- Rear Axle full equipment ot Timken bearings. Long, easy-ridiiig Springs serai-elliptic in front, elliptic in rear.' Studebaker -Wagner Ejectxical System simple, reliable, never-foiling-. Indivldunl, form-fitting front Trith scat nest, to driver's reversible. Armchair auxiliary seats that disappear under loancau scat when not in use. Beautiful and distinctive gun-roeta] finish dignified and conservative bodyilinss. Genuine, semi-glazed leather upholstery not only genuine, bul LigLcst grade. Dnt come in nnd see these wonderful Mnde-in- Canada cars. Compare them point by point with other cms in the same pries clnss. Then let 115 show yon true roadabijily over auy road iu this vicinity at any speed you wish. "Made4n.Canada" 40 H.-P. FOUR I 50 H.-P. SIX S1685 F. O. B. Waltcn'illc The Hudson Auto Livery A bijj Six Cylinder car. One of the best and uioit comfortable cars in the city lo ride in. COUNTRY TRIPS PREFERRED Residence Phone Dsy or Night. Day Phone, Palace Confection- ery efiE. "Meet us at Palace." linttl Auto livery OVERLAND AND CHALMERS CARS NIGHT AND DAY, Cicrli 717 104-0 Detroit farmed him to Scranlon In 1913 antl Ilochoatcr In 10H. llr iva3 assigned to tho Yankees in 19io Exil Maihewson Since 1914 thuro has Ireeti quilo an Ieiodus of college men from the big league ranfcs. Christy Iunqncstlonably the greatest college player "tho game ever produced, rc- tlre'd from ncllvc pitching duty last OPENS ON JUNE 141season. For years Malty made. Alberta's irill open Bucknoll famous In Iho lilt leagues, alslccn days earlier than hue been the. Weldon AVycliOff, formerly of Ihc! The Studebaker Garage 322 Skill Street, Opposite Herald. J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbrldqe, Albsrta BOULTON'S AUTO UVERY Lethbridge, Alberta We know the country thor- oughly. We have haj the is paid for. THY US. Flume 120G case. Ilillicrto July 1 1ms. been the opening clny. Iral llic fallowhie dls- pntch from Ottawa makca June 14 llic opening day and tlic season Oclober 1C, or llCtccii days earlier than In the "Ottawa. May B. Tlio special fish- cry regulations nf Alberta nnd Sas- katchewan have been amended so HS o provido tlial in waters in that rior- Ion of Alberta norlliward from the nLeraallonal -boundary line to antl in- lliig the How river and Its tribu- taries, no'onc Eliall cAlch .trout, other Sport Summary Chicago, May O'Dowd, St. Paul, won from Jack irltlon In a round bout at Brooklyn- O'Dowd weighed 155 and BrIUon No champlonthlp (cnnli mat- be played In California year under declaTon reached by California Lawn Tennli Ai- icclatron. T6ufnamenU> will --be, played for the benefit of, the. Red Cross Initead." V R, D. Morgan of D, C.T won tne Maplewoo'd handi- cap with a of 97 .UrgeU out of ICO In southern lory of Ihe 12th Southern. MandT- Trap Shootfng slartlno at Roniyke, Athletics and now with tho Hoslon Sox, also a pitcher, la making rather a jtoor Job of filling llio shoe Matty wore as UudmcH's ambassador o the hi E leagues. NcJtl lo Mntlicwson the Rrcatcsl col- lege rlghlhniulcr was the Indian Charles Albert Ilcndcr. whom Connie! Mack called greatest world's j series pitcher in baseball history." Dcnder, who attended Dickinson nftcr Icavlnc Carlisle Indian school, was re- leased unconditionally by the Chillies han Inko trout, or grayling (Pocky oiinlaln nlillo between Octo- ber 16 and Juno 14." This action lias Ijcen lakcn by (ho Dominion government nl Iho reriucsl of Albcrlci nnglcra, who havo pointed nul Iliat Iho spawnlnK season of the g Is In the fall, and nlso Hint both ijiuiUoiU nnd cutthroat trout j spawn nL varying times, but prlncl-r pally licfoic the middle of June: The bulltrout aa likely, however, lo spawn Into In Oclober as nt any other time. In fact, there Is no keeping cxncl track of the spawning periods of (he Alberta fish, Tho only sure mcllioil of prcsurvJiig the grime fleh la Iho closing of streams now nntl ngflln. llccciUly th6 fishermen of Alberta sent n largely nltiiu.1 petition to 01- that Lbn season open nntl close at earlier dalos. And ..Ihc niiUiorKlcfl havo eoustdorcJ their np pUcatlon' IHSI year. Bender's former famous collegian Potatoes Wanted CAR LOTS Oh LESS Mutt be 4-iot) xund whitt jlock. Phone 732 or call 'at' Saunders Hay and Grain Co. ALL KINDS OF BATTERIES REPAIRED Willanl Battery.Service Station. Rental batteries wliiic your batlcry is bcinij repaired. We have number of good .sccourt-luind cars at special prices (hat will interest yon. BAALIM MOTOR CO. SACK OF UNIO.N BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. King Edward's AUTO LIVERY Phone 1016 DRAYING Of AH Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited P. R. Freight Biiedl PHONES Olfite 1IM Slables 1064 WANTED TO RENT! A LARGE MODERN H6U3E NEAR CAR LINE, Would lenso. for a number ,of. rcnrs. AVritc. Dox ;