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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 15, 191.7 THE LETHBUlDliE DAILY THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" V G. McManus HELLO-DOCTOR TO CONE.OVES.ANx Big League Baseball -NATIONAL Won. I.ost. Chicago Kcw York I'hllaijclD.'iu SI. Louis Uoslon Cincinnati PillsfourE Brooklyn JO 13 11' 13 S 12 7 r, s 10 10 1C is 14 P.C- .079 .050 .MO .5G5 ,-m .129 .301 .263 Straight Defeat Brooklyn, May Cinrlnnall bcal Brooklyn'- 3 lo 2 tbdaV. Tills was IlrooHyrVs seventh alraieM defeat. Cincinnati 8 3 Brooklyn .000 7 0 Triney and Winco; .Cailorc, Snrilll nnd Mevcrfi, 1'illsbiirg......'....... 0 4 Phllailcliihia............ 3V a 1 Jacobs and Fischer; Alcxanrtcr uud Kllllfcr. SI. Louis York 1 5 2 DoAk and Snyrfer; Anderson, Halleo Rrid Ilariacil, McCarly. Chicago.... .001 12 1 IIDSlon noiiela Gou'dy. .000 000 0 2 1 and .Wilson-, Rudolph and Boston York Chicago Cleveland SI. l.ouls Detroit Washington I'hliaUelphla AMERICAN Won. Lost. 10 IS 17 IB U 10 S 7 0 13 13 H 1C 1C P.O. .OS 2 .501 .567 .536 .519 .417 .333 .304 ASSOCIATION SI. Paul 3 0 3; Minneapolis 27 1. INTERNATIONAL No gomes' flchednled. NORTHERN S 7 2; Fareo-Moorhend 3 3 No oilier eamcs scheduled. Errors Lost For St. Louis St. Louis. May York hit Davenport hard today a lid aided by defeated SI. Ixrala G to 1. Tlie local's runs in Uie second and sev- enth came as a rcsuH or errors. New York......010 101 3 000 2 G' 2 Flslier.- Russell ana. Nunamaser; Davenport, Rogers and Sevorold. White Sox Win Philadelphia 6 2 Chicago 4 2 Anderson, 11. Johnson and Schane; RuEsell antl Scllalk, Another for Cleveland Norton.............. e 12 ,1 Cleveland............. 1 11 1 Leonard. WyckoR and Thomas; Klenrer, llagby am] O'NellU AVasliIcglon 100 000 001 000 5 Detroit ODD 085 12 Dumont, Ayres arid Henry, Aln sfflllli; Boland and Stanagc. NORTHWESTERN At Scatllt 3 1. -Hutto 10 2; Seattle 0 At 132; Sliokanc 2 S3. AL Palls-Vancou vcr, postponed, wet grounds. WBALLW Final Arrangements Made To Urcak Open (he Sca.son a Week From Tortorrow It Tiber for on Victoria Day. Anangementt were made over, long dliUnce phone yetlcrday aflernon with Manager Ed. Franhen of th'e Taber iquad for till team lo appear In Leth- brldge on Ihc Imlldiy to open up the of nails that lir In common parlance, the baMball leaKn. Manager Franken he will have hli team on the ground at 6.IS, ready Umps lo an- nounce the f'r The crew It beginning to up. Soirie good Infield ma- teriil li In evidence at every practice, The hay Green, 5; by Morrisoii, 1 In two nniugs. liases' on balls, off Green, Hit by pitched ball, McNab Green; Audct lp- McMcekln. Time of .me, 55 mlnuLes. Umpire, Ed. Ken- nedy. SCHOOL LEAGUE STANDING. i VI. U P.O. -0. 1 0 o i it: nasll's......''.'... 0' 1 Next nlgbt .ncen FJeclivood and St. Basil's. L1NERS. ob hail a busy day run- ning -bases tor "Heeney" Jlorrison. HeeDey" has a Charlie Jlorse in "his neck- Wylie is aiiuul the best' caicHer In Ihc league. "Sraokoy" Glllis of the High School hae elcncd up as mascot for Wcsttnlni sler. The Central School girls hare or- Sport Summary Chicago, May Herman, ba'nlam-welnhl champion, won from Johnny Coulon, former cham- pion In the third round In their bout in Racine, WIs. Coulon WAS knocked down and took the.count o1 nine, and when he'staggered to his manager signlfitd his withdrawal, claiming a fractured knee cap in the foil. Tommy Barrte, of Piltsburg, won on points from -Johnny Erlle, of St. Paul, in n six-round bout, at Pittsburg. Tommy Mahon and Jack Dillon fought fifteen rounds to a draw at Dayton, O. Dillon remained art the defensive throughout, Nationals have releas- ed Hoke Warner, infielder,