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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 20, THE LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TIIHEE Starched and light weight A NOVELTY IN TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the best quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS.. LIMITED MONTREAL Brooklyn Boston Philadelphia Chicago Cincinnati NATIONAL Won 14 13 It lii IB St. Louis 14 New. York....... 11 rlttsiiurg......... 1-' AMERICAN Hot. .GO'J j Cleveland 'Jl .56 .560 .517 .468 Won Lost Pet. i I Washington...... IS 11 (j New York 13 12 7 i Boston......... 13 Ui i Detroit......... 'Philadelphia..... 12 St. Louis 11 .458 .400 Chicago 12 .700 .021 .520 .'.04 .448 .407 Weather permitting the lawn howl- ers of this city will open the howling season with another tournament sim- Timely Home Run Pittuburg, May de- feated Philadelphia by a score of 4 to a here today, winning .the yame in tho eighth inning when Carey knock- ed a home run after Miunaiix had singled. 2 C 0 PittBburg......... 4 9 1 McQuillan ami Killifer; Mamaux and Gibson. Passed Two Batters Purposely Cincinnati, May an- nexed another close game today, Bos- ton being on the losinj; end, I! to 2. The locals won in the ninth. Chaee tripled and Griffith and Killifer were purposely passed, filling the buses. Louden then filed to Fftzpatrick, but Wingo singled and scored Chase. Boston...............2 7 0 Cincinnati............. 3 S 1 Ragon and Cowdy; Schuiz and Win- eo. Some Swell Pitching New York, May York and Detroit played a sensational Iti inning jlle game here today, tho .score being 2 to 2. The game was featured by i the remarkable fielding oi1 both tciimu. After New York tied tho si-ore in the j ninth inning Coveleskie did not par- ;mit n hit in the next sievon innings. ICulIop pitched eight innings for New I York and his own wild throw was re- sponsible for Detroit's two runs in I the first inning. Detroit.............. 1 jNew York............ 2 S 2 Called, darkness. Coveleskie and Stauagc; Cullop. 1 Shawitey and Walters. Eleven Innings Shut Out Philadelphia. May 'defeated Chicago 1 to 0 in 11 innings 'today. It was a pitching duel from j start to finish. Philadelphia...........1 3 1 Chicago............ 0 S 3 Fuller particulars will be given in left Brooklyn in first place. he greens Brooklyn 4 Tuesday night's Herald. The gr ippeal ,on fiir nlij When the commission-met to act on Welsh's case several "charges-were considered. Freddie was accused of using alcoholic timulants bout l which Hammei won HI" manhger Harry Pollok, had splashed somo .vfa- ter over a spectator from the corner in the heat of the combat. The chief affionc however JWGS "Welsh s delay in entering the flue to a desire to make sure- 'pf the -money guirantet which the pionioters had made NG CONTEST For Welterweight Championship of Alberta ESTIC THEATRE NESDAY iyi A V 04 NG, at 8.30 MCDONALD] versus ARRY ANDERSON The Classiest Boxers ever Billed to Enter a Ring in the South .mission: 50c, 75c, and WATCH THE SPORTING PAGE OF THE HERALD FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS. IF A CHANGE rN THE TIME OF-HOLDING THE BOUT IS MADE NECESSARY THROUGH THE 'SOLDIERS' DEPARTURE IT WILL ANNOUNCED IN THE.HERALD. Preliminary Con- tests will also be staged INTERNATIONAL Baltimore............. 0 11 0 Rochester............ 0. 5 2 Tipple and McAvoy; Ritter and Ha- ley. Richmond............esterdav to Ander son and n s manage1- I ouis (Kid) Sealer at'Edmonton.-They ,wilt leave the capital for the south todav JOHNNIE DUNDEE HAD BETTER .'OF O'LEARY NORTHWESTERN Vancouver............ 5 11 .0 Seattle.............. 1- q Acosta and Cheek; Schmutz and Caciman. Great Falls......... 11 14 -3 Spokane.............. 4 o 1 White and Shea; Noble, Webb and Murray Tacoma at Butte. rain NORTHERN Winnipeg 4 9, 1 Fargo 0 V 0 Gervais and Moore Bell and Smith Virginia 172 Superior 470 Johnson and Buster; Burden and Fort William.......... 3 4 2 Dulutk.........'..... 4- 5 Lorenzen, Griffith and Agnew; Cul- ver and Ryan. The promoters of the championship boxing bout here 24th of May between Harry Anderson and ilonnie McDon- ald arejn a quandary Just at present. There is a chance that the soldiers will depart from here on the holiday evening, and if that proves true the time of the bout will have to be changed, probably-to the afternoon of the holiday or the evening before the holiday. No one seems to know for c.crtain just what time tiie soldieer boys will pull out. However, it is hoped that the exact time of the sold- iers' departure will be made known in pjenty of time to allow all devotees of boxing to make arrangements iu i Leap Frog Tactics Puzzled Canadian 1 Lightweight'Champion Bun-alb' N Y Dundee; of-New York; last night shaded'.-Johnny-O'Leary of Seattle In j their teir, ro'u'nd bout, according tp-ex- peita at the ringside OLeari was jtwo pounds heavier than the rtalian who -weighed pounds Dundee s (leap fiog stunts had OLeai> puzzled j during most of the ten rounds f ought' cleverly BASEBALL TO BE PLAYED IN ENGLAND New York.yMa'y .dis- pa ch to a news agency here says England is to have a baseball league. Canadians stationed in London are i forming tlie organization. There will [be as well'a team composed of Ameri 'can munition workers. CHILLCOOT en. c. BY SAX FRANCISCO GIRL COLLARspring ttyle hi I HOW WOULD YOU-LIKE TO BE THE UMPIRE? Columbus, Ohio, May erg, burglars, confltlenco' men and pick-pockets composing the Ohio, peni- tentiary bnseball teiim today playeil an amatour loam at tho'local Ameri- can Association park. It to be the first time that aV convict team, unguarded, hae beeli permftted to play outside ol prison "walls. COAST LEAGUE 3 13 1 Salt Lake...... 1 7 2 Noyea and Fiaher; Hughes, Dougan and Hannah. Los Angeles 1 8 3 San Francisco.......... 0 G 0 Ryan, Horctraau, Scoggins and Has- dler Boles f ouch ind Sepulvedn Oak] mil i 2 11 21 Vernon 4 3 II Martin and Elliott; B. Johnson and Whaling. Chicago, May Chicago White Son are due for unless there ia a decided 'improvement in their playing within-the'next few days. Manager Rowland has made inquir-! les regarding ball players ori the mar- ket, indicating that he -inay contem-' plate adding new material. It seems to be an-established fact that Jack Fournier is not strong in the fielding end of the game, but cannot be kept out of "the battle be- cause of his hitting near-'tSe cpreted .300. 'Eddie Collins, Joe Jackson, and Hap Felsch, all hitters of renown, 'are not in their best form, but so.far the man- ager has kept them right on th'e apparently sure they .nnlst come through, before long. Collins be many points below His playing form of a Lit may seem, Collins is swinging at'bad balls persiatentiy. In in New York, .with the Sox two runs behind In the: ninth and a runner on first with no one out, Eddie come up and made two vicious swings at the first 'two balls pitched, and both were not. near the plated It looked "almost aft iff he was idesperate to the point or recklessness, (previous to that time at bat he had fanned three times in succession. Baseball both ,Yprk [and Boston, are asking the reason-for [the poor showing In seems {to have been the unanimous opinion all .over the country that the White Sox would be tlie ones to. to win the American League pennant. promising young trotter will be Nat Ray's stake candidate this year. As a 3 year old, he made a world's record for three heats on ice. WINS WRESTLING BOUT ON FOUL Ogden, Utah, May Har- bortson, a local, middleweight ler, was given the decision last .night over Elmer (Pet) Broun, .jiff'Taylor, Texas, claiming championship honoro, on a foul, after a gruellin'g match 'last- ing pyer'an hour. May on the ground that their presence-tends to" hamper efficiency in the Canadian; forces in England and tlie agents-general m London of tiie prov- inces of Canada, .assembled today hn conference, passed .a ihg upon the. provincial governments to take steps to discourage and soldiers' wives from coming to this country until the end the "There are over three thousand wives of officers and men of the adiaii forces now. in the United King? said one -agent-general, dressing his fellows, "and I under- stand thi a number is to be increased 'durinir the next two or three months, at a rate of upwards of a thousand a' week. i "irimediately they arrive ladies communicate with their husbands, who perhaps have only just returned from the trenches, urging them to ob- tain a further few days' leave. In the .vast, majority of cases this IB, course, impossible, owing to the Itary exigencies But in spite of that they persist, demanding the inter- vention of the agent-general and the liigh commissioner, and when they find they are helpless in the matter1 these good ladies take things into their own hands, And write the mili- tary authorities In not a few cases r they have thert commanding officer direct, withoutr tho knowledge of the husband, to whom such behavior some anxiety. 'It is far better for the nlves to remain in. Canada -with friends than to come here on an off. chance of- SOP: ing their husbands and then spend- ing several months amongst: strang- ers." The C. P R is having trouble in securing male help and the summer hotels at Lake Field and Banff are using gills in their dining rooms this: year. RECOMMENDS MERCY FOR FREDDIE WELSH New York May Now York (tale athletic commission today de cidcd to recommend to tho WiscOnriln Btato athletic commission that it lift the1 four months' suspension imposed upon Freddie Welsh,> ing champion Welsh wus accused In Wisconsin of delaying fc bout Tht. New York organization's decision that the punishment appeared too 80- j vuro. .THE BRJGH f. I.DAlilT .1C-J.. Id.. (Wk ;