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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MAY 17, 11I17 Tim LET DAILY IIF.HAU> PAGE THREE [BRINGING UP FATHER" G. McManusJ YOU BRUTE-fOO THINK OF -WHEN tOU ARE OUT- Good Card Race Meet 3 Harness and 2 Running Races iall Game in Evening for Curtain Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Clilcaso........ 2L New Ynrk...... Ill IS Si. Louis...... H Cincinnati 12 Iloalon........ S VILlsuurG 8 Brooklyn ....'___. C S y 10 17 12 17 H AMERICAN p.C. Won. l-osl. Boston........ 17 New York....... li> Chimeo........ 19 Cleveland....... St Louis........ M .4001 Detroit........ 10 .320 Washington 10 .7 FIRST SHOOT The (Jim Club will huld ils first shoot of i lie season this evening. Strengthens Hold Boston, May 1C. Chicago Elrengthencd its hold on firsl place by defeating Boston S lu 0. Alilridge held Iloslon lo'Uvo hits, while llculbach was inrffectlYC.. Magnn pitched .the last KVCTR returned to second base today, thougli not'yet in good condi- tion. Chicago S 10 1 0 5 3 AldrUgc anil Elliott; Hculbacli, fia E3ii and Gowdy. >Uied Three'Pitchers Philadelphia, 31a> Ihe' deliveries'of Ihrcc pitchers liarj today antTdefeatcd Philadelphia 12 lo I'lllsliurg'll 1C 0 Philadelphia 4 10 3 and Fischer; Oeschger, emler.'Flllery, Artamsmi ami KSHifcr Clnclimati-.Drooklyn, postponed, wet E rounds St. York, postponed. Baker's Little Hor.icr St. Unils. May lillcli In the eleventh scored High with iJio n'iimiiJE run, ami New York took_ thc third straight game from St.-Louis run, ami Xew York took! Dcell'.rcs He Could He Hcildy I'O Fight in 3 No Surplus Tlesh Kew York. May IT.- Cross-Counter in the New York Sun, Kn reports liav appeared ;is to the physjcnl t-ondilio of .les.i llial i tlcciileil to ii siictt hliu at close Fringe, nud 5in t'OeJecl In having lew verbal rpunil .TJ'.l: nl' Washing 1.0 park previous lo his cclebralud iiu personation of n coivboy. Willard was dressed in B lighl-fi ling suit or blue, and Ihe firsl glanc ASSOCIATION Coliimlins 7 3 2; St. Paul 2 10 B. TolcJo 7 ii Oily 5 H 5. Louisville 3 4 Minneapolis 7 13 2. PACIFIC COAST Oakland 3'0 1; Salt' Lake 671. For t la ii J S 'J; Sun Francisco 991. Los Angele3-7 fl 4; Vuniaa G H 'A. Vancouver S 7 Great Kails 1 20, Butlc 27 J; 13 1. Taconin o 0 2; apcikauu-ii 4 D, -.INTERNATIONAL Riclimonil 0 fi D; Toronto 231, Newark US J: Monlrenl 25-1. 1 4 2; IlocDestcr S 13 2, 5 lp homo run hi the fourth pul New York In front until the nlntli, when St. Louis Ued Ihe score.. A wild pitch and n sacrifice and Walter's sln- glo and Tour bases on balls gave N'ew Yorl; ll'rce runs. New York 7 2 St. Irfiuls 7 2 Caldwcll and >Vf.llcrs; Groom and Sevcroid. Two Out of Three Cleveland, May muuu H two out of three from Cleveland today, the score being o (o I. Slays was very effective, hold in E Cloveland to tour lifts. Ifc olso drove lu (we of his team's runs intli a tvv'it-bnse hit. lint for liis three rousccnUve passes in the nlnfi, lie would have blanked llic locals. Boston................ 5 11 0 Cleveland.............. 1 -1 1 Mays and Thomas: Dngby, DooMlug and HfllliiBS, O'XclUf Bunched Hils Detroit, May Ing ton bunch- ed hi Is with buses on balls and errors by the home team and dctealpd DC- troil today B lo 1. Washington............ ft 11 0 Detroit'............... I S -1 fiallia and Henry; Mitchell. Jones, !unninghfun and Spencer- Three Straight Chicago, May mads it tlivcc' ntralfint from Philadelphia by today 3 lo 2, SUunk's tins w.ia si feature. Uuah's wild thrnw of Edillc Collins' gfounilcr him .showed llial he pnssessc corset makers rail There is a rosy outlook for Ihe big race meet to take place at Henderson Park fair grounds on May 24th. The com- mittee in charge consisting of A. M. Grace, James Alrd and L. F. BonneLl with the secretary, E. Lu- chia, have been working overtime lo get everything in readiness for tht best matinee ever staged here, and judging by the interest shown by lovers of good horseflesh they they have done their part well. Be- sides a of Iccal steppers there will be a string from Moose Jaw, while McClain of Monarch, Luchia of Noblelord, and Meeks of Raymond, will be on deck with some of their best. The card calls for a free-for-all event, purse 2.30 pace or 2-2-i trot, puree and a green trot, mile hcaU, 2 In 3, puric 5150 En the harness events. A mile dash, purse and n local pony race, heals, purse J75, will try out the runners. Two foot 1 races, 100 yards dash free-for-all, and 100 yards dash for boys under 16 will lend iome variety to the afternoon's entertainment. With a baseball game at Eckstorm Park in the evening between the locals and the Taber Crescents there will be a day's program thai is going to attract thousands from the cour.'ry round, and a big time will be had providing Jupiter Pluvlui is willing. Entries for the races must be in by May at 6 o'clock. The Inside Dope on Why Wagner Quit The "inslile" story of Hans net's retirement as it comes Frank Mcnleo lslhls': t Wr.gncr nui lie was mifTed nt Darnev in reduc- Itig the salary offer for 1917. Wagner's 1D1C contract called for Drcyhiss wanted lo cut tlic wages for Ihin scannji to not In as i-omtoonly rciiortefl. Drey- hris been paying lialf oT ner'h far a number of years. it rest Urcyfuss only year to relain one of MIC grealesl ball Lil-jyera u( fill time. "Jf DroTiUK had E'VMI Wagner the of accepline J5.5QO a -year ur Uis uiiconiliHonal njlcasc, would not have bREn Wag- ner might have ticceptcd (lie auj yone ahead and signed his con- tract. But D.-crfuss (lid not Iiirlurle ihe alternative of rcleasu. He maile tlin offer as he II lo Ibc rookicst lake H or set out at .v, fuss, so the story goes, deckled upon linseuaH; I'm your boss nnil so thai Wagner despite the cul.l owner.'" treatmcnl dlsgusleil would continue to be the highest p.iM the mighly !Ionns. on the team. L'nrcy and Main- "During the siiring i gelling Droyfuss intimated to Wagner lalo last season thai he was goJjig to cut his salary in line with the general 1317 economy plan. Ami right then and there was hurl, lie didn'l ijrouu run. gav NORTHERN 'iVarrcn 0 1 Ii; WlnulucK 1C 10 Mlnol. 0 4 1; I'argo S 12 0. IT BALL f Sit and 'Pitches Pcrftcl Shut- oat; McCtinnKy Uves Up to His Reputation The Motlhwcalern league-Is break Ing records galore' this aprlnR, I-nsl week Hu'ria Sutherland pitched a no- hll, no-run gflTrtp for Tacomn. On Sunday A. rwrfccl ahul-oul game, wllh no runs, no htls, no errors tmf not a nlnglo FJiHjkaim man reaching first, base, was for SonUlc hj- I'aiil Strand, k formerly a racmlMir of Iho world'H chamulon Dos ton Nationals. The game (R the first of Its kind In tho memory of league baschall coast; 'Seattle's i wnft oirorlosa. Her one score was mnde In the, sixth, when flnrdncr find scrtrcd on nlnglo C'nrmfln, On BnluTdai' "Iron MctJlnnll> nhowcd ho f.i young aa cvor lie was by pnUIng hlmnolf on the mound for Hultfl and heating Vancouver In i doiililo header M nnd 6-2. Ii) Iho H( hi 4 I] IO ftnd In (he second 11, Sport Summary 'Chicago, May direct tors of the Virginia leagut of pro fswionaf baseball have decided to disband the organlratlon the season. Owners of the Mobile, Southern Association baseball team, have announced the forfeit of their franchfie. The of the league ai Lo plwyldy the franchise elsewhere (oday, Plllsburg have releas- ed Walter Halls, pitcher, to Port- land, and Jess Allenburg, outfieCder, to Toronto, Thli re- duces the PttUburg rotter to 20 men, Iwo less than the Natronal League Mmlt. Mllburn Say lor, of Indian a llghlw.'dQht, outpointed Jlmrny An- derson, of fn a ten round bout In that tlty. front." The pnuncli thai 1 fully described iras conspicuous by Us Then I looked at Ills great sliouldors and back, where, according to some icjiorls, great rolls of fat had Katb- crcd. Again I (ailed lo see any evi- dence of surplus flesh, ruid a, walk around Hie behemoth, viewing him from nil angles, I feel conincllcd to testify thai he is in eoud condi- tion and could ho ready for boul in three works. After boring wilh bis sparring part- ner, U'lllnrd puffed cousirtcrably, hul n hit of roailwork would put. tho big chap's "bellows" In good, order. j In fact WJIlanl doea not appear to have any of the physical dclet.ta with' be )ias been charged, nml the only iroiiblc wlili llic Uroiidiiinnaglan no one U> fight him. Iln expressed rogrcl over the dcnl that bad been put In FiiUoii's record, and declared Hint Morris scemtd to ha determined lo win without refer- ence to Iho rules. be war ready (o fgTit for hi.i liUu rr ins ciiunlry and >vould ;o io (ho front v.hen he was TKa champion expressed the opin- ion that tlic boxdig game (roiilfl tic In inucli better favor with Iho public if the promoters who linve Investrd money In the gport saw the ncrRiisily fur crsanlzatlon nlong Hie lines of the baseball associations. slraighij make any real complaint lo been so at the time hut lei It be understood Ibnt if DrcyfusE aUcmptcd to carry through Ins plan, it would good- bye lo Wagner as a major league slnr. asserts the writer's In- formant, "v-'asu'l so" much peeved be- cause he was being sliced ho was over Dreyfuss' irealmenl. Wagner haa been Ihe grcalesl draw- ing card thai the I'iralcs ever and one of Hie best In (lie Xa lion a I leaEuc. lly his own playiiig for twenty ynars he drew hunrireris oi fans into (ho bail jiarke., And, as a rcwnrfl, Drcyfuss decided to cul him a year. "As I .understand ll, Hie Xaltoiial became convinced fhnt Wagner really j was lo stand pal on his retire-' nicnt plan. Drey fuss gol in touch witli Wagner, boosted the figure to SJS.OOO, nnd (hen when Wanner wouldn't sign, told that if he'll play be could hare liis old salary of f Jor 1917. lint Wagner revolted ngainst ,lhc Dreyfuss trealmenl which rc- wnrcicd iwenty years ot faithful ser- vice anil Intimated that Barney could take u running Jump inlo the Allc- Sbcny rlvcr. HANK GOWDY'S HARD LUCK Clcoreo kA3 pretty peeved when Toiler dcdtdcil to CTOPH off one of hla team's victories, fml (he real Injured parly Is tho ccf ilnTiif-liacfeert oul tour Ml9 In (he ganio In (incsllbn, all ofilhcm Imvlng now been-loaded Inln the Rcn'cr. Tougher (hlfiga may hflf> pen ID n ball player Jlian fo lake (our blLs off him. bul Juat now one can't IliJjik of any, G01.F AN AID TO CLEAR THINKING are taking pride (hiring the present crisis In the fact that Prcal ilcnl Wilson blca lo lac links ns :m aid to clear thinking In troubled situa- tions. Also Ijloyil Iho flrfllsb premier, tin ontImslasllc golfer, couhl not get through even fits short ml- drcsft lo Iho United Stales as tho latest Rfldfllnn lo llic cunso of the making use of lila loch- nlcal knowledge of eolf. In speaking of tbe Urlttsh polfoy he said: "We got In every Ixinktir I. now wo havo gol a good niblick stroke fiud arc. right out on Iho course." At llic present lime n match be twccn President Wilson nnd the Hi lion, vtrllnir Jnnip.i IJalfuur, Jorelp minister, IH being .talked of. ;0 ccyrao, the tonlc-sL If !L comes off won't decide nny nallonal Issue, bu rn doubt American KOiron.Tonln some apprehension for their natlona prcstfgc uiilll the censor allows Iho now.s hftrt (o pet by thai Uio SOLD BY 15. -A- Shariiinn C Conipany 1217 Second Xvenue. South Le'.hbrldje Office 1173 Rei. 5 Notice to Farmers Tlic pritc of Crcani lias advanced 4c