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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. MAY 20, 1919 SECOND BALL GAME IDNEM      �   * BK our VEIS1 Tomorrow. Wftdnasday, niclit th� feoad game of the City Buftball ___ague vUl be staked wben tbe fans jirJU get a line on the Veterans and tbe iKorth Lethbridge crew. The game will 'tart sharp at 6.38. � i Th� Veterans pldk their team toorght ifbr the contest, and from what can be fleanied it will be a clesay aggregation. I They hare an old-ttmer behind the Ihat a man who n��A to plar in fhct ctwPMir- In the box they haT� a 4ark. horaa who it mO* to be all to thel merry, At ttpit Jahanr Uv|nsBtoBe,| the old relUMe wlli be there. Second, third and short will likely be roipered bjr Shorty UitnrAe. Bill Henderson and Hoose Stewart lin the outfield there will be a trio of speed merchants. Alt is merry as  wadding bell in the Veterans Canjp. Xorth Lethlvidge under Len Green [.has a .^miidaTle arra.v of talent. They han 16 men eiV>ed up, including four pitchers and can take care of themselves. With.wefmer weather there should h* a Mg erowtd on deck for this game, the eeonAof the schedule. FOR eo(f tSchaman and Morton on Deck-Fans Greatly Interested in Boat ntaig to'ke ^sacerly sought after, and it is feertaJB that-e-big crowd will wit-neas Uie tiont oil SaturdaT^ night. Ssqulries eduittfs pof|its are coiniiiv in. mA^ it is , estimated tl)at ebres of faiw will be in from the Msdieina RatsUne. Big delegations are OMBlBC )a trom Sweet Grass and MlDt Slver and the south country, whUst noxB^ers are expected from the Crowg' Neat line , - And the preliminaries are going to be �U to the merry too. For a sehii-wind up. Jockey Webber, tlw fast boy who battled Toimg SadowaJci Jn the laat allow here, has been matched wit* OaVe BfDBton, the well known local boy. 9r^idn has had consider-at>Hr ring etjferlence in B.C., and the UttaM k^EWW Webber's capabilities.: Foin- Ml|t preliminaries in all will be aUged. tl|e witole- show together with tia l|phumaa4(ortan main go, making tke hNMt boaiiig show that has been here tor' many moons. ' Brerything is set for the big scrap '�t the Majestic Theatre on Saturday, iMay 24th, Victoria pay (tWa week). Both of the boys in the main go are there in Lethbridge now. Harry Sohu-man, the fighting Marine, an-ired in (the city ou Saturday night with his i manager, Eddie Hanaa fhey oame ^straight from "B^mat^here Schmnaa last week heat BOIy Nelson the test Coast lightweight in tbeir six rotmd go. Schnman Is a fine looking boy, alt muscle, and onUt clean all through. He is � rangy looking boy with plenty o( reach, and judging by his work out yesterday hie will give a good account I of himself on Saturday night. There is ' consIderaUe talk around town over this boy Schnman, many of the tans going on record as saying be is the boy to beat Harry Anderson. There is sound logic in this argument too, considering the fact that Schnman decisively beat George Ingle at the coast recently, when the best Harry Anderson could do was to draw with Ingle on his last fight with him. "Puggy" Battling Morton arrived in the city this morning, direct from his long journey from Chicago. Young Maxwell accompanied him from Medicine Hat, and will look atter Morton's interests until after the bout on Saturday night-Morton feeling none tbe worse for the Journey,^ will take up training immediately, apd is doing road work today. He wfll work out lightly today, and go after gymnasium work tomor-roDS'. JJtorton is a chunky boy, with abput the �ame range of distance of Scbuman, and It is doubtful it two more -evenly matched boys could have been found anywhere. They are total atrangera to each other-Schnman tfon the West, and Morton trom the Bast~-iind with the two boy.-s now here right on the job, and both feeling fine and in the pink of condition, the fans are in for the time of a lifetime ou Saturday night. Seats are already begin- The season will he set rolling on Satarflay, first Victoria Day. vrith a {re�A>r-aIl tonmament. President vs. Vice-PreWde'nt. All who intend taking vnt this year are invited to turn out TThether they have ever played or not-if you have not played before we w81 show you how ,aud if you have played iMBtore. maybe you will show us. A large turnout is assured, but we want to make'a record. Pleaae phone your intention of being present to Secretary J. F. Uvie, at phone or if you do not make up yqur niwd until the last minute, came along anyway, and a place will be found for you. PERRY OUTPOINTS McCABE PITTSBURG. Pa., May 20.-Jack Perry, of Pitteburg, outpointed Jimmy McCabe. of Philadelphia, in a 10-round bout here last night. ____nroe ______ COLLAR lcuim-itABooyafCo:oraHAo^UM.T.D Won. Lost p.a . Wou. Lost. P.C New York ...... .... Vi 6 .72J CShicago........ .....14 fi .700: Brooklyn....... ____ in 6 .667 New York...... .... 10 5 .G67! Cincinnati ..... .... 13 ** .(ISO Clevelatad ... . ..... 10 9 .526, Chicago ____. .. Pittiburg ..... .... 10. U .476 Boatoti;........ ..... s 8 .500 .... 9 10 .474 8t tibuls ..... ____ 9 9 .SOU PhUadelphia .... i 6 3 .400 Waabtngton ... .... 7 10 .41:! St Louis....... .... B 13 .278 Detroit....... ...   7 n .350 Boshm ..... .... ... 4 U .J�7 FJiitadelphIa . ..... 4 11 .2fi7 HARRY SCHUMAN, the fighting marine, who meets "Puggy" Morton at the Majestic Theatre, Lethbridge, on Victor!^ Day, Saturday, May 24th (this week). PRACTICE SOCCER GAMES A practice game of football between North Lethbridge United and St. George's United was bel4 at lAdams Park last night. Also one between the Veterans and Callies, held north of the International Harvester building. All teams are working hard to get in perfect trim for the opening game of the City League to be pulled off at.Eckstorm Park next Thursday between the St. George's and tbe Callies. Both these tfeams are made np of fast players, and the opener will be a dosa and Interesting game.  � ? DEMP8EY STARTS * � TRAINING FOR BOUT ? O - * * TOLEDO. Ohio, May iO.~ ? ? .lack Dempsey began his con- ? ? dittonlng grind today in pre-  lenger covered six miles over > ? the sandy soil. wUl be played for next Saturday, (May 24th. This Is a stroke competition played under handicap and should attract a large entry of members". All players intendlUiS to take pu- ' �  New members ai^e also reminded that In 6rder to retelve a handicap from the committee they must return two or vraore acprecards properly signed.. -Drpp the^ in the sooreovd boi or-li^nd them to the secretary. The ladles are reminded that the competition tor a prize presented by iMr. D. Hume will be held some time next week. This competition will run during the months of May. Juno and July. It -will bo a stroke compe-tif?", i!ndcr lisindlcai?- The three low-eat socres top- each month will be entitled to Pla!^ off in a final competition to be held ^v^thin one week from the time thef'tbref competitions are completed. Please havift scoreoards returned so that handicaps idnay be assigned. Later announcement of the draw and bandiea^a will be made. Tires to be Cleared at Cost We are overstocked on 33x4 casings (the oversize for Dodge Cars) and will clear these off at cost this week. ' \ LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, Ltd.. GRAY-DORT MOTOR CARS RUMELY TRACTORS ACETYLENE WELDING The AUen Jack Co., Ltd. 2nd Ave., epp. Lethbridga Hotel Auto Owners! SILot for a 30x3/2 rib retread and reliner muat appeal to you. All .other slxea proportlonata- ly jirlced. TIRE SERVICE CO. SCHULTZ A, NEEL Opp. No. 1 Fire Hall i 3S1 m : An Eptable Adjustment: Is t|ic second best thing a tire manufacturer can make. The first best thing is to make a tire like the KeUy-i^ringfield. JSold by tm LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 416 FOURTH AVENUE The New Overland and Willys-Knight Cars Are favortteft There Is a big demand for these cars; they are more popular than ever. Permanent Asrency This agency Is. established to fitay-we. are going .to stay where busipess and prospects are good. ^. M. McKINNON DISTRIBUTOR Show-Rooms & SeVvice StatUn Ott Btoek, Sth Street South, Near Lethbrldse Hotel. BOXING! MAJESnC theatre,'lethbridge VICTORIA DAY SATURDAY, MAY The Greatest Boxing Tournament Eve^ Offered the Fans of _Southern Alberta _^ To rounds-main event-id rounds HAmiY ^SCHUMAN (133 POUNDS) OF TACOMA -VS- PUGG Y Battling MOR TON (133 POUNDS) OF CHICAGO ' scmi-wino'up *" JOCKEY WEBBER (lis lbs) DAVEBRUNTON (112 lbs) '3-Other preliminaries-3 OH! BOY! That's what you will say when yon see your next retread, it it's done the "dri kure" wav-Yoor tire will be built up with the best of fresh new materia' and will receive by curing In our new Rib mold a design and (tnlsb that must pleaae tb