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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MONDAY, MAY 21, 1911 "BRINGING UP By G. McManus SENT THEM LINE TO COME WUZ iMEx VA.ATIN1 AN INVITATION? Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Lost. 22 11 Philadelphia.....'10 u Now York 15 0 St. Louis....... 11 W Cincinnati 13 15 Boston 9 H Brooklyn 0 H rlttsliurg......... 0 15 I'.C. .321 SATURDAY GAMES Chicago 4 T 4 Philadelphia........'... 5 12 2 VauEhtv-and'WIlsqrr, Oescligor, May- "Lavender anil ivllllter." AMERICAN Won. Lost. Chicago..... Cleveland SI. Louis..... Washington Detroit..... Philadelphia IS 17 22. IS 15 13 11 10 10 14 1C 18 17 IS 21 P.C. .G43 .030 .011 -.5211 .455 .4311 .373 .27C SATURDAY GAMES Boston.......... jditcago.......... Leonard ami Agncw; Willlaina.Uarv PHUlmrg New York "5 10 4 10 Cooper and .Fischer, Schmidt; Per- rlll, Ilentou, Anderson nnd McOrty. Cincinnati............ 126 Uoslon.............. 5 10 3 Toncy, Knclzer. Ellcr and Wingo; liarnes nnd Cowdy. SI. I.ouls............. 1 5 0 Brookb-n............. G 10 0 Watson, Pierce, llorslmaii Gunzalcs; Cailorc and Miller- No games scheduled in National (or Sunday. Philadelphia...... 5 7 Cleveland 3 II >Il. Johnson, Xoyes and Schang; Mor Ion. Klcpler, Coumbe, Kochllng and Billings and O'Xclll. Jinn- York 15 13 lussell, I-ove, Sliawkoy and Nuna maker; Cunningham, floland, James Ehmkc and Spencer, Stallage. Car darkness. Washington 14 3 St. 13 3 W. Johnson, Ayers anil Ainsmilli Davenrort, Solheroii'ahd Sevcroid. SUNDAY GAMES Won Both Cleveland, May 20. Cleveland won both ends of a double hcadei from I'llillilelpWn 3 to 1 ami B lo 2 Cleveland won the llrsl by limit (UK Rush was hit liaril in the second garrn while Daguy was very effcclh'o. Seconil game Pliilailclphlll S Clcvelaml 001 100 5 10 Until. Myers and Meyers, Haley PACIFIC COAST SATURDAY GAMES Los Angeles Z; Vcrnon S. Los 0; Vernon 2. Oakland 7; Salt Lake 5. Torlland 3; San Francisco 10. SUNDAY GAMES At Los Angeles, Morning 'Ansolca a 18 1; Veriion-1 6 3. Angeles 5 D 0; Vcrnon 473. Al Ran Francisco, Morning Torllanrt i !0 2; .Ssn JfranHseo 6 10 2. Altornoon garae-I oiLhml _ New YorV San Krfiiiclscp 370. I _ iN'cw Yark (ortay 1 (o 1. In Iho clglill j Inning Spencer was hit by a Three Straight and Dolaml scored lilm when' li Winnipeg, Mny IranchinB'.iioubled. llielr three hits In tho IHth rcnml York.....000000000-0 5 Ilirce runs, Iho aggregation EcorCd cnovigh runs oft Pitcher Steven- ion yesterday to tako the Himl t'amc ot Ihc aeries hero 3 lo 2, nnd tlicrcby EcL an oven break In the Tour games. Warren 3 C 1; 'Winnipeg 272. Jllnot 'i t 4; Pargo 4 G i. SUNDAY" GAMES Mlnol 2 8-2; Forgo 770. NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Great Falls C; Vancouver 4. Groat Fills .7; .Vancouver 3. Scalllo 5; Bullo -I. Tacomfl and Snoknne, rain. SUNDAY GAME'S At 1 8 6; Dultc 10 14 2. At 2 8 2; Sp> hano 141. At Mounl Vcrnon, Wash. Orcal V'alls 883; Vancouver 2 6 C. ASSOCIATION Columunfl 0 ft 1', Minneapolis 263. Toledo 0 7 i; Milwaukee 232. 6 12 1; SI. 1'nnl 390. Iiussell anil Walters; noland Spencer. While Sox Defeated Chicago. May .rtctoatc tlie Chicago's" today 2 to 1. Scott wa unable to hold Ihc world's champion Groom Won Louis, May -20. Gloom hel i Washington lo six hits', while tils' (cam luntca Lunched six ot their Icn earcllo off Uallla In the fourth and fifth locln> St. Loula winning 4 lo 3. Jndlnnanolls J 0. 8. 0; Kansas City 1 INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES Richmond 452; Montreal 12 13 llalllmorcs 10 15 2; liuflalo C S 1. Providence 0 10 6; llochcalcr 0 8 (Called First Novvnvk 173; Toron 881. Second 2 3 3; To onto 260. (Called SUNDAY GAMES Flral 083; Mon rail 1 G 6. Second gafno Richmond 1- 3 Montreal 233. No other? scheduled. WAGNER'IS "PROF" OF BATTIN ICT01DAK E iec lo Repair Grounds Tonigh Night Will lie Big Practice Evsry faalf player and every fan fs Urged to get out to Ihe ball park tonight lo open up several kegs of nails for the purpose of fixing up the fence round the big pasture. The material will all be on hand, lumber, posts, nails, etc., and if Ihe boys will bring along their hammers, saws, spades, and -shovels everything will be On Tuesday night the boys will all he out fn uniform for practice. The units arrived on Saturday, and.they are the classiest Hn; of stuff ever imported by a Lcth- bridge aggregation. The boys are mighty proud of them. They are white material with a broad blue fln'pe. On Tuesday night the line-up for the first game will be doped cut. There will be a lot of new faces dn the line-up, and Ihc man- ager IB having his work cut out lo the best men. There is .ill kinds of enthusiasm for the first game with Taber. Fans will be here from all over the south country to gel a line on the strength of Lethbridge and Taber aggregations. There will be a crowd of townspeople on deck. A packed grandstand and packed bleachers is the aim. of the club for May 24th. 'HI" BOYS WON BUI ig Crowd of Tabcr Fans lo Come Up For Opener on Victoria Dav DIAMOND DOTS (With the District Sixty-eight, playcis were out to a j practice at Turin the oilier nlglil. Noblo Is pitching for Turin this year and is showing a world of speed. lie threatens lots of trouble lor other teams around (he country. The Turin hoys ordered a swell set of unies Hie other day. Coalilale Is going to maVo baseball Iho community sport this year. They have a strong lineup. (Special to the A coupTo of university boys from Tabcr, May liaseball meet- California blew In the otlicr day and ug held In Joe Leaker's office L landed Jobs on the farms in the tits- ir the purposo .o[ reorganizing Iho amoua Tabcr Crescents, The officers ecleO were as follows: Honorary lion. J. A. Mc- can. President, T. Hudson. Ylcc-nresideiiU Joo Keeker. Secretary-treasurer, James Blficlow. Manager. B, J. Kranken. Tatcr will have a ball team that ny city will he proud of, and the uslncss men, of Llic Lou-n have prom- sed overy support. The entire proceeds ot the first ;ame will be given1 to the lied Cross jnd. An effort to arrange lour team sagHc will be made ami leltcrs will jc draricd. and sent to the following owns: Lcllibriage, Coaldale, Grassy BtirtlcU, Bov island, Travcrs, Hcllaiv, A meeting will be. held later at Tabor and n delegate from .each of these owns will be expected Tor the forma- ion of (he league. Tabcr Crescents play the first game the season at. Lcthbridgo on May 24, and a large crowd of fans Irom Taber will Le with them. rict. One Is a catcher and the other disports round the awkward corner. The U.r.A. of Coalilalc has donated 5300 to put. the grounds ol the Coal- dale club in shape1. A big crowd (or tbo Victoria Day game. Boost it! Plumbing, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Fitting PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. P. S. League Schedule 'May High School Teams Split Even al Games lo Flayed at t'leeUroad, Mr. Bruce, umpire. May Ilasll's at Westminster, .Mr. Davidson, umpire. at Central, air. Kennedy, umpire. at St. Basil's, air. Davidson, umpire. Mar at SI. Basil's, Mr, Bruce, unvp're- -lay nt Fleet wood, Mr. Davidson, umpire. I May Basil's at Central, Mr. Brandon', umpire. I May wood- al .Mr. .umpire. June nl SI. Uasil'a, Mr. BrandoviY umpire. June at Central, Mr. Dobaon, umpire. June Basil's al Fleet wood. Mr, Ururc umpire. June at Westminster, Mr. Brandow, umpire. already played. This lesvea n week of spare time before (he entrance examination is likely lo start tn which lo iilny off any postponed or lie Barnes. These games arc supposed to be played be- i 2.nd C p.m., but should any two teams to play their game nTlcr supper, 11 will be up to llic man- agers or Iliosc learns lo arrange the necessary details. GIRL BASEBAI i_ STAR Bingham, lilali, May has produced p. unique in baseball girl wlio can pitch with cither arm and hold] her own against the best lioy Leamg iu the state. Miss Adah Clays Is her name. There hiwd' been mighty few play-1 ers in baEcball who ccu'm throw equally well cither ha ml, but llils' lilllc Ulali girl, who plays sand lot baseball all season can cut the cor- ners and usually Knows what a but- ter cannot hit alter she has pitched lo him a couple of limes. She is also a good baiter, and bats from either sMo ot the plate. The team of girls on which Miss Clays plays claims the girls' chum- plonsbip ot the world. They have never been beaten. Two oilier girls on the learn, 5Ilss ArJJerly and Miss Dlxoii, can pitch or play the Infield, and Miss Uison leads the team in batting. AH three girls have been oScrecl positions with Ira veiling women's teams, bul have refused. The "HI" hoys and girls invaded on Friday ami split 50-50 on the baseball mid Laskclbatl games plnyctl with Ihc Miclcod High School teams. The Hi boys trimmed the Mac- Icotl nine by S to 3 In tour Innings. R was easy for the locals with Gil- ITes on the mound and George1 Me- Xjllnp on Iho receiving Mel. Tho girls wore less fortunate on the basket 'hftll field. After playing Iho Mnclcod slrla off Ihclr (eel In the tlral half, the Maclcod lonm came back and lied the score. Then in the last m limta ilio Mnelcort. girls ran In two baskets, winning 4 points. The Mnclcod teams liavo promised return male fie 3 al an cnrly dale. To enable a woman la dry licr liMr at liouie nftcr washing It a sheet iron elbow has been Invented to convey a urrenl of wnrm air from a gas range or oil Glove burner. plalc Just." which ball you nrc going to sllrh lo your decision. "If you mako up your mind lo hit llic first ball, do not ncsHatc, but step eteran Glvet Advice io Clnclnna Ihc nrM ball, do not hesitate bill step _ right Into It, If you liavo iIccMod lo Recrun' wntl for the third ball, do nol-lct Huns Wagnor, llic volcrftn sliorlslop with Ihc Pltlaburg Nationals, I? ft "pro- fessor of arl. Ore of the rccrulU wllh Ihc Cincinnati Xn- llonals nl Shrcvororl, hnd the nerve lo write Hans for H bit ot ad- vice on balling. Wagner good-nat- uredly nnswcrcd. The eccrct of hla bnlllng Blyle la out Hero H Is: "Yoy.fifty you arc n.frcc Ihe vcternu wrolo. "Then whenever you go up, unless tinder order a lo vrnlt It'outj decide before you the oven two templing pilches maVo you change your mind. When Iho Ihlriri one comes over go nftcr It wllh all your might. This rule IB about Inc- hest ndvlco 1 can glvo lo a free-swing- ing hitter." PROFESSIONAL BOXING BILL SIGNED IN N. Y. Albany, N. Y., May Whllmnn today signed the bill mak- ing professional boxing illegal In N' York aflcr November 15. Isn't Shaving a Nuisance? SKIFF For Sale AT A BARGAIN A tour-oared Lcp-Sprcalc SkHr, newly painted, haa been donated to tho SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTEB, I. O. D. E., nnd Is for sale, and can .be viovvcd by phoning Mrs. W. H. Halt, 947 Seventh Streit A.' S. PHONB G55 Proceed) tor Funtt' ol Never mind Wait till June 3rd. For We can supply a limited amount of" DOMESTIC COAL IN CARLOAD 1 LOTS. WRITE OR PHONE Rock Springs Coal Brick Co., Ltd. TABER, ALTA. Road-Conquering Power picnry ol reserve flutely necessary in the car built for Canadian serv-j ice. Not merely "claimed" horse-Dower but actual, maBU road horse-power. IiitheStudebafcerFOURat S1375 tde owner.' is sure of full forty horscrpower, and in the SIX at full fifty power for all the exigencies of crowded traffic, steep hills _and rough, heavy roads. In ratio of power to weight the Studebaker Is J probably the most, powerful car on the market, v Because of llic perfect balance of, the chassis I iiisa common occurrence for owners to get from to miles from a single set of tires. Come in and sec the new Series 18 StudeBakcr cars. Examine them in drive them. Let us convince you that to. equal the Studebaker in any other essential j of good motor car have to hundreds of dollars more. T r 40 H.-P. FOUR ..jg.i.j.p S1375' 50 H.-P. SIX SI685J F. 0. B. Walkcrvillc X--' The Studebaker Garage 32Z Sixth Street, Opposite Herald. 'J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbrlttne, Alberta Read This AND PLEASE DON'T FOROET WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE. (TO PLEASE, THANK YOU.) Your Tires We have a man ID line up you.- vjhseh and place on neW (IrM without extra cost to yo-J, And for leleclion we have Dominions, Dtanioiuls, Gooilyears, Duulops, Maltese Cross in any size. Heavy Chains ANY SIZE YOU WANT PRICES RI6HT. BAALIM BACK OF UNION BANK- ;