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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1918 "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. Mc Manns �: Hi: THlb N0U5E WILL KEEP ^^^ AN- t>HE ,CA.tN'T HIT 1 owx ^ Cm''' 3 I 1 1 BASEBALL BOXING RACING SPORT HOCKEY 'GOLF BOWLING Fine String of Fast Horses Ready to Face the Barrier At Fair Grounds, May 24th .Tohnston. . the . properly . ot James Meok?. of Kayniond. Joo Thomas will be here with 5 runners nnd Ben Pow-ley is bringing two. The iiorsemen who hRve been training their horses " at the Exhibition Grounds throughout tlie winter are very enthusiastic over tlie prospects for the race meet to be staged at the Lethbridge track on Victoria Day, and are hard at worli4. Both these horses will be ready-tor the word on the 24th. The Furman stable has also a sweet 3 year old bay filly, by Waller Barker, dam, Sunday Belle, also a 2 year Bid sorrel-flUy by Judge-IJillon, out of the same dam. Thunderbolt, a 5 year old mare, owned by Bob Herron, is also working out under John Furman's watchful eye. Tom McKa.y, of Kalispell, has Written that he will be here for the 24th with tour head, namely Hal Edo, bv Hal B., 2.07U. Sir Archibald, a green pacer, and a full brother to Teddy .Montana, of the Luchia and Wales stable, and Midget, a trotter with a mark of 2.22%. In addition to these, Russ McGirr is coming in from Calgary with three head, Jim Stewart will be here with three head, Matheson and Coulombe, ot High River, are shipping two horses, all to 'be entered in the harness races. i � The runnprs iVlll also be in evidence In tfie races Jiiinounced for tliem. Frank .(Jraffert .'is already on the ground with Lady McLeod, a C furlong horse, Fair Ella, 'svho runs best at % mile, T^rewdll, owned by George Addison, ot this city, Grey Dick, by Chas. Leavitt, ot Cardston, and a 2 year old colt sired by Herman AaiERlCAN Won. Lost. P.C. Boston...... .... 16 10 .600 New York ..... .. 14 12 .538 Chicago ...... . . 12 11 ..".22 Cleveland ..... .. \\\ 12 ..'.20 Philadelplua .. . . 11 111 .45S Washington ... ., u . i;: :4.5s St. Louis'...... ..9 n .450 Detroit ...... 7 12 ,.3BS New York. .May It!.-.N'ew, York shut out St. Louis today in a pitchers' bat-tic, Winning 1 to 11. Score: � St. Louis .........000 nno OOOr^O. 4 2 New York .......(TOO 010 OOx-1 f. 0 Gallia, Louderniilk and 'rHtinamak-er; Thorinahleu and'Hannalir � Uoston, -May ^Mays held Detroit to four hits today and Boston won r-to 2... Scare.kjL' �'.�,'� Detroit ...'.......Onn 200 000-2 4 0 Boston ...........004 000 21x-7 9 2 James, Kallio. Jones and Yelle; Mays and Schang. Washington, May 16.-Chicago and Washington played their second consecutive extra inning game today, the visitors winning in the elevonth 4 to 2. Score: Ccicago ......000 200 000.02-4 6 0 Washington ..2o0 000 000 00-2 U 2 Benz. Danstorth and Sclialk; Harper and Ainsmith., Philadelphia, May 1 fi.-^hiladel-phla defeated Cleveland in a see-saw. game of wild baseball today. Score: Cleveland ........000 120 011-3 9 8 Philadelphia ......301 000 OH-6 9 2 Bagby and Peters; Gregg, Perry and Perkins. "Wild Bill" is Attempting Wake Sood Stuff for Be-Iroit Team to NATIONAL' :Won.:Lo8tt Here's a Tip! For young men as well as older men whose tasles Jag behind their years. �We haye a line of suits ot decided cut and pronounced patterns, not exaggerated st^es, but conservative, yet neat and stylish. Our stock is so generous that we're sure to suit you. no matter how critical you may be, and as for the price-well just come and Bee.  , W. B. KESTER & CO. "The Home of 20th Century Clotlhng" Let Us Do Your Cleaning and Pretilng. 5 9.' 32 10 11 l.-, IB Ki P.C. .792 .609 J>o6 .545 .uOO .348 .333 .333 was the to 3.' Special For Saturday Only WITH EACH PURCHASE of A tire PHrr mnd T^BE WE GIVE A TIRE pres- T K tl!, SURE GAUGE * "v^ :i ^: I ... I Bijou Motor Parlors Limited New York....... 19 Chicago .........'�14 Cincinnati 15 Pittsburg....... 12 Philadelphia .. .. 11 Brooklyn........ .S Boston ........... S St. Louis........ 8 Pittsburg, May 16.-Brooklyn defeated by Pittsburg today in second game of the series 4 Score: Brooklyn .........000 030 000-3 5 0. Pittsburg.........000 103 00.\-4 !) 4 Coombs and Kruger; Jacobs and Sanders. Schmidt. Chicago, May 16.-Pliiladolphia hit Chicago pitchers opportunely today and made it two straight, winning � to 5. Score: Philadelphia ____010 300 200-6 12-3 Chicago.........000 020 003^5 14'2 Mayer, Oeachger and Burns; Carter, Tyler and Killifer. ; ' Cincinnati, -May Ifi.-Tesreau, the New York pitcher suffered his first defeat of the season today 3 to 0. Score: , New York ......000 ODD 000-0 7 0 Cincinnati ......100-002 00.x-3 11 1 Tesreau. 'Demaree and McCarty; Toney and Wingo. St. Louis, May 16.-Amea pitched' St. Louis'to a 2 to 1 victory over Boston'today. Score: Boston .........,.,100 000 000-1 4 0 St. Louis ........100 100 00x-j2 6 il Regan, Cauavan and Wilson; Ameg and Snyder. .\ow Vork. -Having tailed at winning an .\niericau league pennant in two cracks at it with thf Y'ankcos. HiU Donovan, old Wild Bill" of the luilcyon days when Detroit was winning pennants in the .lolinsoti circuit, is beginning to see the glimmer of tho cruwn that'fits his head. Bill is just about to. roll into fame as coach of tho Detroit pitchers. And if he does he wiir�bsolutoly! be the first pitching coast who ever has, gained tame in any more than, passing remarks. Jennings Can't Judge Pitchers. Long ago it \vas noised over the land and accepted as truth that Hughio Jennings,, wlio runs the Detroit club, simply could not judge good pitching material and could, not develop those wijflx whom he came in contact as iTgers. The men who have become stars on the Detroit team have done so because the natural ability was there; they needed no help. Coach after coach has taken his little fling with the set of flingers supported by the Tigers, and, one and all, they have failed to accomplish tlie results necesfary. vNow -Bill Donovan is trying it-the Bill Donovan who pitched the .Tigers Into their pennants in the old days. Whether Bill will get results that will show at the,top of tho list remain^ to be seen. The going ivwill be hard, and a lot ot ball games must be won to make the Tigers champions ot the American league. Need Tight Pitching. It often has be,en remarked-quite truthttilly. too-that the Detroit Tigers needed 'oaly tight pitching to enable them to win pennants. If the Tigers had been'j^'olessed with that fortunate thing-^a ^ good pitching staff-th'ere Is nii "teiling how many pennants they would have corraled in the Aiuorican. league. They probably would have 'om in a sort ot exclusive fashion. With a lineuii reading from left to right: Ty Cobb, .Bobby Veach, Harry Heilman and all the famous sluggers who haye disported themselves in Frank Navin's uniform, and a pitching staff to hold the opposition down to a minimum of, runs,-the Tigers certainly would be referred to now as the greatest tfiatn that ever played baseball. REDS WOULD KEEP MATHEWSON Is Valuable At Home-Has Sold $150,000 Worth of Bonds. That the Cincinnati club will not favor tho plan of the soldiers to release .Matty from the leadership of the Reds In order that he may go to Europe in tho interest ot baseball is tho gist of an expression made by an official of tho Cincinnati club. "We are willing to bo as far as any one In a patriotic way," snid this officer of the club, "but snap judgment should not prevail in tho matter." "In the first place .Alatty has sold $150,000 worth of Liberty bonds since we entered tlic war antl ho has sub-[ scribed personally to the amount of 10 per cent, of all ha sold. He has made speeches in various sections in the' interest of patriotic movements and stands ready to do more. "It is a fact also that almost every American soldier in France knows baseball well enough to got enjoyment out of the game. !ly all means help the game over there, but there are easier ways in which it may tTo helped without causing as much inconvenience." SPORT NOTES. The Detroit Tigers have had more games postponed on account of unfavorable weather than any other club in the majors. ^ Oscar Stanage of the Tigers will bo out ot the game for a month as a result of tho injury to his right hand, sustained in the game botwoon Detroit and St. Louis recently. Bill Kuss, tho talles/c pitcher in captivity, who last acasim was bought by tho Pittsburg Pirates for $3,000, has been signed for tho'acason to deliver for the So.Tttle Clifb in the Pacific Coast International Xioague. Ty Cobb says that tho Tigers will 'finish first or second this year. He ndd.s that his team must boat out tho White Sox. One Way of Looking At It. From New Haven comes word that tlio Yale-Harvard boat race Is to bo reduced from four miles to two njllea which probably means that it w-ill take only half tho usual time for th� lilLs to boat the Crimson.- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville 5, St. Paul 2. Indianapolis 3, .Minneapolis 1. Columbu.s (!, Kanitas City 1. Toledo 7, .Milwaukee 8. THE HOUSE OF SERVICE riFTH aTREET SOUTH LETHBRIDQE, ALT A. PACIFIC COAST San I-'ranclaco 1, Oakland 3. Los Angeles 5, Sacramento 0. Salt Lake 3, Vernon 2. P. C, INTEHNATIONA L Soattln 5, Portland 4. (Only one game played.. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Toronto 5, Jersey City 5. (11 JhhIngR, culled to allo\v Toronto to' catch train.) Hiiftalo 8, Newark I. , Syracuse' 0. llinghamton ^V,,; . Hoclioater 8, Baltimore f. service station henryTdenn Proppletor All Makes of Batiertes Charged and Repaired 311 7tli Street S. -'' /Phone 616 On Land or Sea The AutoStrop answers the call efficiently-it is the only razor in the woild that automatically ahaipena ita own blades, therefore, it is the only ifczot that is always leady for service. The AutoStrop will give your soldier or lailor lad the ume clean.comfort-able shave he enjoyed ar home, no matter where he ii or under what condition he Uies it. Give him an AuloStrop -it's tho gift he needs. AutoStrop Safety Razor Ctf. Liailed U-ITDiliiSl. Ttniio.Oil. Service and Satisfaction in Autosnobile Repairing and Having the Goods is placing us ahead in the garage business. ,1 Wo einp'ioy only first claHO i'mcchanica, with years ot .exper-leflc mi aH'i)iakeB .pt automohlles, whb with our guarantee ot , Katiafacilriji assure y.ou of perfect wdfltmanship. 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Lethbridge Tire & Repair Station "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" Victoria Dayj At Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds, MAY 24th, 1918 PROGRAMME 2.25 Trot...................Purse $200.00 2.25 Pace, 2.20 Trot..........Purse $250.00 Free for AU Trot or Pace........Purse $250.00 1/2 Mile Dash.................Purse $ 75.00 5 Furlong Dash____ .....Purse $100.00 Harness Racec, Mile Heats, 2 In 3, 4 to enter, 3 to start. Flnt race called at 1.30 p.m. GOOD RACES. PLENTY QF HORSES Admission to Grounds and Grand Stand, 50 Cents Children Under 12 Years, Free Owing to Unsettled Conditions in the Raw Material Markets Pue to the War, We anticipate a shortage of cars this season." A word to the wi8e4:3ecure your CHEVROLET at once and you will not oe disappointed. '' ' ' � \ � Do Not Forget to Leave Your Qld Tires and Tubes in Our Red Cross Box. i BACK OF UNION BANK vVtARRY HOI.MAN, Mgr. 912315 ;