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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 10, 1917 PAGE THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManus 1 HOPE HE QUICKLV ITt> SO Benny Kauff Clouting 'em Now Babe Ruth Hasn't Lost a Game Slslcr of St Loula Sollioron, St. Loula...... lias crowded Sneaker. Cleveland, Scott. Chicago oul ol ilic lead lor hilling Uotioro In tlia Amorkau league unofficial aver- ages rc-lcased today The SL Ixiuls firsi LaKcman. driving oul eight hits in Ills last five IB leading whh an average or .393. although Uumlor of St. Louis, nluc-li-hiller. Lnt- 1 tins euvcn times In lf> games, has an J. Hush. Philadelphia ___ lluth. Uoslon Klepfpr, Cleveland Basby. Cleveland Big League Baseball NATIONAL I-ost. Chicago 20 New York Philadelphia 13 SI. Loafs 14 Huston.........S (Jliiciiinall 12 Urooklyji....... iyilson; Tyler and Rowdy. had loday to 1. Great Pitching. Chicago, May Renz pilch- etl "a masterly ganio vliile Chicago hit E. Johnson and Myers hard and blanked the 11 lo I'- I'hlladelptiia' 6 Chicago II JO K. Joliason, Meyers and llaltiy; Lena and Schalk. ,l Hard Hitting. SI. Louis, Mny a same marked by hard hilling New York defeated SI. Louis loitay 7 lo -I. Mar- sans and Nunamaker v.-cre ordered oul of Ihc Raiuc In Hie. fifth after a dispute at-the plate. New York 7 14 SI. I.ouis 020001100-4, 11 2 Sliawkcy and Nunamaker, Wallers; Ilamillon, Solhoron andiScvcrold. Tiger Pitchers Weak. Dctroil, May of Detroit pitchers cnahlcd :on lo win today 11 to 3. Three bases on balls and live hils gave the visitors 1 runs In the second inning. Washington....... ___ 11 13 1 Detroit.............. 5 12 1 Johnson and Alnsniltli; Covcloskle. James, Coucli, Dauss and Yellc. Errors of Cleveland. Cleveland, May defeat- ed Cleveland todny G lo 3. Cleveland errors hehlnd Coumlic ullowcd Boston tn score tour1 runs in Hie first three Innings, t'lcvclnivil knocked llutli from Ihc box In Ihc sixth, but Leon- ard slopped Ihc scoring. Boston tf S 2 Cleveland :1 11 5 llulh, Leonard and Agnfcw; C'ouinbe, Lamhclli, (Jould and O'Neill. NORTHWESTERN 6, 1; Great Falls 2, 1. nulte 7, S, 1; Seattle S. 13, 3. 0; Epoknnc 3, S, G. PACJKIC COAST OaVland 3, ip, 3; Salt Lake 3, 12, 2. PoTllunil 3, 4, 5; San Krsnclscn 5, 7, 2.' Voi-nOn-Los Angolcs not scheduled {average lattlng of .429.- Speaker, the champion, lias [alien Into fourth place. The averages Include or last Wednesday. of Uaston, (s lending runs scoreil ivllh I'J and Chapman. Cleveland, lu sacrifice Kits willi loLlilzel, Uoslon ami C'ouU, Detroit. tied for stolen IJIPC houurs iviih ooeli. SI. Loufs Is out In front In team hiding with an average ol having five hitters in the select A dozen players nre fighl it oul for home-run hilling with one apiece. Leading Hitters Rumlcr, Louis Sialor, Si Louis Siwftker. Cleveland B. LbuiK i WamhafsntiSE, Cltvrlfind 'Judge, Washington............ (Miller. SI. Louis AVHsliInston Ilctroit Jncobson, El. Loiifs Iloblitzcl, Uoslon Pitching Recordi Leading pilclicrs irho have p; paled In three or more garaos: Flayer L- Leonard, Uoston 3 I Fahcr, ChiMgo S 3 Ctcoltc, Chicago 2 1.20 Sbore, Boston ASSOCIATION Columbus 3.' 5, 1: si. 1'mil 5, 1. Tol do 0, II, 0; Kansas Clly 1, 7. 2. IxjL'svillc 2, fi, 2; .Minneapolis 1, 1. Indianapolis 0, B, 3; Milwaukee 2. S, 1. INTERNATIONAL Richmond 6, C, 2; Toronto S, 11, HiiHlmorc 3, B, f; Hoclioslcr I, 11. 2. Providence C, 3; Dutlnlo 4. 7, 1. Newark 7, 17, 3; Montreal, 7, lii, 2, 1C Innings. "If we gel ilie right kind ot pileh- ]g. we'll win the iicnnanll" snys I'nl- rick Moran, manager of the Phillies, "The Glanla nre not Invinclhlel Neither arc the Brooklyns! Tho Bos- ion IJrnvcs rvro perfectly harmless! Bui the PhllHes are alYongcr Ihnn Ual year, rarticularly In the box. You'll Tcmeniher thai AlcxaTiiIer. Itlxcy and Dcmnrce wcrn Ihc only tic- pilchcrs I hail last scasnii. 333 321 .317 31U 313 300 .304 300 0.75 1.25 3 1 :i l.fjS 'I 4 l.CO o a i 3 'J 1.92 NATIONAL LEAGUE Jack Smith, of St_ is Bolting nierrr pace for Housed. CineicnaU, to maintain Ins position ns ihc lead- ing hitter In the Nallonal leagne. Smith is out in front v.iih an average of .524, although he lias made only 21 (rips lo tho plate in 12 games, n? against 42 '.rips to liat for Rousch who is hitting al a .42'' clip. DCHIHJ Kauff, New York, the former P'cdcral league s1arr is now elglith In lLo Hat, aa romnared HCLecnth a wtek ago. The averages Include games of last Wednesday. Sacrifice hitting honors are In pos- session of or Philadelphia, who lias nine lo his credit. Zclclcr, CUiraeo. Icails in v.-iih ciglil. and Cravath, Pliiladclphln, In luiuie runs wild four, Oroh, Cincin- nali. loads in runs scored willi 17. Vork Ls topping the list in dull IjAttin? .in average of .2GG. Leading Hitters Smith. SI. Louis Cincinnati RuriiK. Xcvr York LethbridgeVulcanizingWorks After cloimg our vulcanizing vicrXa vn aw. Iny to the enlisting of Arthur Chaplin in response lo.hfs counlry'i call, vrc have reopened our workshop at 712 Third AveuncSouUi A This is occasioned by his return, after eighteen months o4 military service. We undertake all kinds of auto repairing. All work guaranteed. Express paiJ one way on out-of-lown orders. E. Chaplin Sons, Props. RcuLlier. Hcrzog, New York .521 .425 .373 370 .361 Ci-avalti. Philadelphia ___ Cruise. 31. 1-ouia ..............353 Kauff, New Vork.............. ,339 BlllDll. Chicago ...............333 Uniril. I'iUslnirg ...............32S (iowily. D05loii .327 .321 .316 Zimmerman. N'cw York........ Grob, Cincinnali Fischer, 0 1.23 Niehoff, Philadelphia .300 five rnferior ones. ConEonueiiily.ltase was a Giant unlll Me- imt It down In your notebook thai tlicJGraw trailcQ lijm willi Dcoiaree and Phillies Iiavc the required number oil Jack Adams [or Hans Lobert. canable liOTtncn and tlial is up lo Ihcni tn'hold the c.Vlier learns down our fellows piling up vic- lories. "Old Tlian Cravalh Is not going lo warm Hie' bench just yet. Last wfnlcr 1 reached the conclusion that Gawy was about through, lie licearue so slow in 131G that Ihc (earn was in field, tljivvy, (oo, seemed lo Imoiv UiaL he wasn't up .to the old "lot eh. lie asked to be released to a flub on the coast. But 1 dldn'l let lilni go bee.iuRe oue of Ilic other out- fielders vrnl on a saury stride soon aflcr Xcw That made Cr.iv- aih'n rc-ensaEcnicnl a certainly. "GuTvj- li :i new mnn for some rea- son or other. He Is hilling willi his results, vrlilrh tsu't cxtraordlnnry, but lie actually 1.4 becoming fast feet, Vi-hlch weans Ihnt he cnn field Mfi position much more cleverly than for many years, Cravath'a wonder- ful ciome.hack la anollicr reason why Ihe riillllbs lo gel Into the next Fp Byrne, extra infielder, went to Skon villc from several .vear.i H50- George Whllted played with the Cardinals and Hravea heEore Morn handed over Shorwootl Magce for Mm Olhcr cast-otls slill with the Phllltci. nrc Cooner, who left tho Giants lo sign willi the Drookfeds; Cravalh once a member of the Hostou He( Soi; J'aakcrt, who covered centre field for Ihe Cincinnati team hefore h iR a Quaker, and Dugey, who a member of the Braves (hrcc years ago. ycL the Phllllea Tvorc not hcnlen out Moran who is a close student of bnsc- by the ISrooklyiiH until two days he- ball talenlhos hullLup the 1'hilMcs wilh lore Ihe schedulo critlod In Octouur. I plnyerg cast aside" As worthless "Alcianclcr. Hixcy. Slayer) other big ICRGUG cNibs. Starting and Ocachgcr nre Ihc big Runs. I in- Ihe pitchers, PfltrlcV has Lavender, to have llicm do practically all the pitching and I.figure Hint, unless happen, these men will carry us to the lop of the llai. You prob- duly realize that five first class pitch- ers worked in rotation, arc mor6 valuable than two good men nnd four who rornmrly worked for the Cubs Ludcroiis. the big first liascman, also once ulaycd with the Cuhn. XlcliolT, who In Moran's opinion, IB Lhu Na lionfil league alar second baseman, wna secured from the Cincinnati MlIIon Slock, who Is covering third Sport Summary Chicago, May Dun- dee, of New York, won a referee's decision in a 12 round bout wMh Chick Simler, of Scran ton, Pa., at Boston. Earl Blackburn, catcher, has bein released by Chicago Nation- als to Toronto, The director cf r.thlctics of. Ohio Stale Unlvesrity announced lad night, that athletics will be continued at Ohio State Univer- sity AC long at there are "nine men In the tchool." The University of Southern Cal- ifornia, Lot Angelei, has an- nounced .the continuance of all athletic events scheduled for Ihii fall. Gun club has orgnnlzcd for tho season nnd will hold their first on Thursday evening next, FhoollnK to commence at 7 o'clock. Mcnihcrshlp In the'cluh t5 open lo All, add everyone Interested In this form of Rnorl, Tvhollief owner of a musket or not. Is Invited lo come down In the grounds nnd m.iko himself known. Tho club firoiinds nrojHflt lieyoml llio Iwll liflrk at Iho cnit of Klfth street auiUli. An experienced floltl caplnln will he tn chnrgc of cnch alioot and .hcglad (b glvo real Innlclc In for nin I Ion on lo hrcAk them. ytur'fl shells nl last year's prlc he for' aa'o on the grounds. There, are, a great1 many sportsmen ivhofioYfler life ihicVs regularly hul uho tiavo nev- tried hrcnVIng Inrgcts or- Ing Lo being .sKghlly gunshy In the presence of experienced shots. The club Is arranging for quiet shools on acvcrsl evenings when Blow' birds at known fin ties will ho thrown and only beginners will uc nresent. Tho club has ruled thai (or (he firat of the season no squad will he allowed to shoot at more than 15 targets. Next week's Rhoot will be held on Iho morning of Victoria GEORGE TIBBETS MAY RIVAL THOHPE A9 CAHL19LE HERO Cftrllslo Indians llilnk they may- have nnolhor athlcta ot tho of Jtm Thorpe in Gcorgo Tlhbclls, who cnn do fan! lime In the 100 hnil ilnshcp, 440- yords In n speedy inannnr, br6nd artfl high jump good nnd throw tho weights with RUlllty, Hebrews' National Instrument The harp was tho nntlounl luslni menl of Iho Hebrews nnd wng well known throughout Aaln. as- signs lie lo'! Llic.Bnlcdllu- vlan pcrloil Davii "PROMPTER" sold by all good tobacconists M 3-for-25c. are cool, bland, unooth, with all that expects in a fine Havana. 3 shapes to choose from: why not try Studebakers for London ihc London, Ontario, F'ire ind Police Dcpsrtmcnb wanted motor car equipment that could be upon for plenty of power nnd motoring efficiency, but economical in ocerarion. they chose Studebiker cars. They midc an exhaustive investigation of the leading makes of American and Canadian cars. Their" selection Of Studcbaker the Madc-in-Canada car came only after a com- parjtive IMI of the relative merits of each TheStudebakeris economicjlinoneration.dus to its splendid quality, reducing maintenance costi to a minimum. In ratio to power the Studcbaker is one of the most economical cars on the market in its consumption of casoline. If economy, as well as power, is a J tion with you, too, follow the example of London officials and thousand: of other motor- wise buyers. --lyi1 if Let us show you the Studcbaker1 s splendid power and easy-riding comfort. S1375 S1685 40H.-P. FOUR 50 H.-F. SIX F. O. B. The Studebaker Garage 322 Sluth Street, Oppoiltt HeraTd. J. T, Graham, Prop. Lethbridge, Alberta ALL KINDS OF BATTERIES REPAIRED Willard Baltery SCI-VICB Station. Rental batteries while yoiir battery is being repaired. We Iiave a number of good second-hand rars al special jiriccsi that will Interest yon. BAALIM MOTOR CO. OA.CK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. ;