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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 13. 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Won Cleveland 17 Now York........ 13 Washington...... 14 FOR SALE BY D. E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 5th St., S. 1032 dshby-ztF- COLLARspring 6tyle 1 Les Darcy, tha middleweight box- !ng sensation ol Australia, Is at last to be preparins to leave the An- tipodes for America. Darcy's arrlraj will result fn a re- vival and some trouble is to ensue. The coin- ing of the Antipopean was made pos- itive several days ago wlieu Tommy Burns, New Orleans light, impresario, received word'that the champion of Kangaroo land will leave for this country In a. few The con- queror of Eddie McGoorty, Jimmy Clabby, Billy Murray and many other stars, will, while here, engage in three arKuraents, namely MUte Gibbons, Jack Dillon, and Eddie McGoorty or Jimmy dabby'. The latter two are expected to be back BOOH. ,The cities tliat will be fortunate to KGt a glimpse at the-oriental smithy are Milwaukee, St, Paul, Minneapolis and New Orleans. Should Darcy de- side to prolong his stay, providing, of course he Is successful in hin bouts New York may be the eastern city In which the sensation will show. It is- expected that- Darcy will prove a rival for Jess Wlllard as a'public curiosity in America'. Two Homers Chicago, May for Zi merman, who drove out two home runs, Chicago's sluggers were In the main helpless before Tyler today and Boston won the rubber game, 9 to 4 Tyler'H homo run accounted- for twc ruua in the eighth. Boston.............. 9 11 Chicago.............. i and Gowdy, Lavender, Pron dergast, Pierce and Archer. Giants Another Pittsburg, May loai its fourth straight game to New York when the latter won the contest to day by a score of 3 to 2 in 10 inningB Now York won in the tenth on double! by Kauff and Fletcher. New York............ 1 6 Mathewson, Benton, Schauer and Kocher, Rariden, Dooin; Mamaui and Gibson. An Opportune Hit St. Louis, May single with the bases full in the tenth Inning of today's game drove in two runs and gave Philadelphia a victory over St Louis, 6 to 4. Philadelphia........... 6 10 St. Louis............ 8 Mayer, Riiey, Alexander and Kllll fer; Hall, Meadows and Snyder. Brooklyn at Cincinnati, game post poned, rain; AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won Lost Pet. Louisville......... 15 5 .750 Minneapolis...... 11 S .572 Columbus........ 11 S .572 Indianapoiis...... 10 S .566 Toledo............ 9. 10 -477 St. Paul....... 8 10 .448 City...... 8 11 .422 Milwaukee........ w -2m Toledo.............. 9 Minneapolis........... 2 9 2 Bedient and Bresnahau; Tingling and Owens, Tyree. Louisville............ 9 S Milwaukee............ 1 r> Nqrthrop and Lalongo; Slapnicka and Mayer. Indianapolis at Kansas City, post- iponed, rain. No other games scheduled. Local Snapshots BASKETBALL TUESDAY NIGHT The basketball game between the battery and the Y.M.C.A. which was due to take place tiiia week will be played next Tuesday evening at the "Y" at 8 o'clock. DON'T THIS GAME The .Old Timers' Baseball club will resume hostilities with tbe High school team nest Wednesday on the Mounted Police campus. Quite a throng '.witnessed the game last Wed- neriday''night which ended in a five .to five and Inquiries as to the play off have7 been nuifciroms. HIGH CLASS BOK1NG BOUT Txical boxing promoters made an attempt to arrange a boxing bout to climax the Kilties' sports today, but the promoters were unable to secure principals for the boot. It was the intention to bring Ronnie McDonald anl Clony Tate of Edmonton together in a ten-round'contest 'but Tate wafi not available. Arrangements are be- completed U? bring Harry Ander. son, welterwelgfif champion of Brit- ish here on the 24th of May, to meet Ronnie ..McDonald. An- derson will ebnoeJie a few pounds in-weight. -This will be the classiest bout ever staged in. Ijctlibridge. An- derson is abo.ut the cleverest boxer fn Canada at his weight. Local fans are well acquainted with McDonald's yr' He i> in training here now. New Orleans, -May ment was made today 'by the match- maker for a local boxing organization arrangements fiad been com- pleted for a match here Hay 19th be- tween Harry Wills, of New Orleans, and Jeff Clark, of Denver, the first of a proposed negro heavyweight elimination series. The winner of the "Wills-Clarke bout, it was an- nounced, would meet Sam -McVey, aaa Uis final contest would be be- tween the winner of the McVey fight and Jack Johnson. If Johnson could not return to the United Slates for the final bout of the series, the match- maker stated, the match wo.uld be itaged in Havanna or Juarez. .TO CHRISTIE MATHEWSON Where are the of yester glory, Headline monarch's of days that were? Crossed at last for a'fresher story, Swept nway for a newer stir; Does the Mack machine any longer matter? v AVhefe do Ouimet and Travis hide? But still out there In the clash and clatter Matty alone tops Time and Tide. FINE OUTLAW RIDERS May sixteen outlawed cyclists who applied for re- instatement to the National Cycling Association will be taken back on the payment of fines imposed by Rich- ard F. Kcisey, chairman of the racing board of the N.C.A. The total anfount of the fine for the sixteen riders is 300 which, will be donated to the Newark City Hospital... Alfred Goal- let, the Australian cyclist, who was the leader of the outlaw movement; has been fined ?800. MINISTRY OF AVIATION Jxmdon, Dally Tele- graph says it learns the government will announce on Tuesday its decis- ion to create a ministry of aviation leaded by Enrl Curzon of Keddlestbn. Indians Win Loose Game Boston, May defeated IJostou I! to I today in a game in which pitrliing errors were very no- ticeable. 3 C 1 liostun.............. J. S 1 Coumbo and O'Neill; Pcnnock, Gregj aud Agnew. Athletics1 Pitchers Were Punk Philadelphia, Mny won the final game of Hie scries hero to- day, 8 to C, in 11 Innings. Bad pitch- Ing featured the game, the visiting twlrlers giving 15 bases on balls and hitting a batsman, aud the Philadel- phia pitchers giving 10 bases on balls. Thirty-six runners were left on tho basea, 20 for Philadelphia and 16 -for Detroit. Detroit.............. 8 17 Philadelphia........... 6 2 James, Boland, Erickson, Dubuc and Stanage; Crowell, Sheehan Schang. Shut Out White Sox New York, Slay York evened tho series with Chicago hero today, winning the test game by a score of to 0.' Mogridge, a former Chicago American league pitcher, pitched for the Yankees and held the visitors to two scratch hits in seven and two-thirds innings, when he de- veloped an ailment of the arm and unable to continue. Chicago.............. 0 2 0 New York............ 2 9 3 Danforth, Russell, Benz and Schalk; Mogridge, Shawkey and Walters. Senators Win Again Washington, May Louis to- day lost, 4 to 1, its third successive game to Washington. Harper, who was beaten in the first game of the series, was often In difficulty owing to but was effective in the pinches and outpitched Parks. St. Louis...........'. 1 G 4 Washington........... 4 7 2 Parks, Davenport and Boveroid; Harper and Henry, Starched and light weight A NOVELTY IN TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting: in Canada TOOKE BROS., LIMITED MONTREAL GASOLINE PRICES CUT BY WONDERFUL INVENTION Forty Gallons for Made Possible by Carbonvoid, Eradicator of Carbon. A Tea- Spoonful in Your Tank Does It. "Carbonvoid" is the name of the new preparation, and It is tacked Ly such solid testimonials of its .worth, of its'having made good all its claims, that a growing army of motorists, belting.the world, is now. using the preparat ion, Stationary Gas Engines of Kerosene Guaranteed to Produce Results or Your Money Refun4W BAALIM MOTOR CO., ITR Phone 1621, 'H! 3rd ATI TRIS SPEAKER outfielder, whose by Boston to the Indians, creat- ed a sensation. Thanks to his all round work, the Cleveland team is leading the American league. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo.............. -I fi 2 Newark.............. 5 0 5 Gaw and Onslow; Pi eh and Schwert. Montreal.............17 20 1 7 93 Colwell and Madden; Baumgartner and Blackburn. Toronto 3 12 0 Richmond............ G It 0 McTigue and Kelly; Humphries and Reynolds. Rochester........... 9 13 2 Baltimore.........-... 16 15 2 Leverenz, Sherman and Velle; Knowiaon, Jaynes aud McAvoy. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver.......'...., 6 G 3roat Falls n 3 Hood and Cheek; Clark and Ha- tvorth, Shea. Tacoma..............13 13 1 Seattle 3 5 1 Peterson and Roberts; Rose, Ma- ouck and Cadmau. Butte 5 5 1 Spokane.............. 4 7 0 Hovey and Hoffman; Leifer, Webb and Murray. NORTHERN Fprt William.......... 4 10 4 Dulutli...... completely equipped, Including electric headllghU. Equipment not Include tpndernettr ;