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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THti LCTHBiytJGB DAILY HtfoALD TUESDAY, MAY 21, J91S UP FATHER" By G. McManus THE 1 BUT NOT THE THERE 'IWVT VAftE F HER. TO THROW AC TIMEfj.MUST ITELL-VOU TO' POT several seasons, has been hHtiflg very timqly thl? Bpriug. Pralt, new. acquisition, Is leaving.lUVIe to be .Uesired_at secprjd. BASEBALL -BOXING RAGING HOCKEY GOLF BOWLING RESULTS AMERICAN Won. Lost. P.C. IS 10 .643 Chicago 14 J2 .538 New York___. .i 15 14 -.517 Cleveland 35 14 .517, St Louis .'..I 11 viJ .475 Washinsloii 13 IS .464 PliUaaelphla 12 lo .444 Detroit1'..i.V.-. 71 -'.K -.313 AMERICAN Geo T N'ew YorV, ilav While Sox today won their first game 'or the sea- son, in New the 'Yankees by a score of six to t' Score: Chicago 10: 1 NATIONAL Wou. Lost. New SI '7 Chicago 17 15. Clnclnnaii IS Piltshurg 14 Boston-'....'..... 11 Brooklyn 10 St.: Louis........ S 13 11 15 17 16 20 P.C. .750 .630 .551 .560 .423 .393 .355 .256 Chicago. .May hitting, rhich included Myers' home fa. gave Brpuoklyn a o to 2.Tlctory over Cht- caeo here'today. Score: Brooklyn 10 I hicago S 2 Marquard anil Krueger; Walker, Carter, Woavar and Killlfer. Cincinnati bunched..Ebr .ofLRegan in the littb inning today and easily de- feated Boston 5 to 2. Boston -6 0 Cincinnati 11 2 Hegan. Canavan and Wilson; Toney Local Hookers Now Soldiers Whole Tecirri Will Fight for King Bout Being Staged By Kid Sealers-Tucker There, Tail On The Way New York 6 -'2 New York and Schalk; Love, Mog- St LOUIE. 'ridge, Russell and Hannah. Boston, May 'hammered Ba'gby -and. Groom today- anil' from" Cleveland 11 to l.Y Score: Cftvelana 1' 5', 1 Boston 16 0 Bagby, Groom and O'Neill; Slays and Spencer. Philadelphia, Mar 20.4-With .two out and the bases foil -in the four- teenth Innings, Kppp bf'.the Athletics stole, beating Detroit 5 to J Score. Detroit 14 '3 and Spencer; Mvers and Me- Avoy Washington. May 'Urban Louis-to a'4 tp-2 Yictrdy-'over Washington here today In -his farewell jrame before joining the army. Score: St. LoulE 12 '1 Washington 4 1 Shocker and Nncamaker; Harper Craft and .Alnsmlth INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Baltimore 10, 15, a? It, 3 5, 10, 1; Binghampton 4, 1 2. inningO- Rochester 2, 5, 2; 2. :Syricnse-Jeriey Clfy, rain. SL York de- feated" SU 5 to 3. Score: Perritt, Anderson and MeCarty; Sherdell and Gqnzales Plttgburg, May: haft no in defeating Philadelphia hVe fcday (o i Scoref Philadelphia 5 .1 11 1 Frencierfast, Wat-bn and Cooper and Archej C. INTERNATIONAL -.Aberdeen 10; 2; Spokane 6, 0. [11 Portland 5, Tacoma Vancouver 5, 9, 3; Seattle 4; AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 9, 14, .1; Milwaukee 2, 7, 1 Indianapolis 1; St: Paul 11, 'Toledo 1, 7, 1; Kansas City 6, 11, 2. '-Tho Calgary, May Tucker, the Seattle boicr, who is to meet Clonle'Taiti-Hghlweight champion' of Canada, In Calgary on Victoria Day, arrive In this row-and'.he will tlmsh his training for the bout at No. 1 fireball, where fans will have an opportunity of seeing the American marvel In ac lion.' Tail Is on his way to Calgarj liow and Is'expected at aoy time. I for it. 900ST CHICAGO. -LIGHTWEIGHT. Jimmy. Johnston, who passed here the other day with Ted I jcn'Jv declares "vlth great emphasis; that. will hovo the next lightweight champion undor his wing The youBf _ whom Jimmy speaks .6p, cpnJi ienlly is none other than ptfChieago, now In the JInited'Statea "navy. JQD is locat- ed on a off New j, York and doesnrt seeni, to have" much trouble .leavo of absence to put up a fight no and then. "If Joe, 'ever; gels n crack at Benny Leonard he will; just about land tho said John force, Leonard into a g to do match, continued -Jimmy. "It can be done, bat, b'elieyo jne, If is going to uc the ..9 picked out for KAYOS HIS MEAL TICKET. Panama, May Wills, n gro defeated the veteran Sain Langford In seven rounds, here to-day. Langford's seconds threvr up the sponge to the from further puniahment Leon Duns worth "Irish" Kaas George McKillop Percy Trwln Dunsworth uClothes Don't Make the "But they make all of himjexcept his hands and says old John Graham in "Letters from a Self- Made Merchant to His Son." good appearance Is so {raportant, we.continually toy streaa on good clothes, tor "good clothes" and 20th Century' Made, Clothes are one and the same.. If Ve can flt'your fancy, we'U'eaBily fit your frame. W. B. CO. "Tho Komt of, 20th Clothlna" have a coinpatent Tailor In of our pressing and cleaning Lethbridge tans 'will not many a long year the very ful basketball' season of: 1917-18, when; the Lethbridge quintetr 'after triumphing over all contenders In the south went to Edmonton-'to play "off "for the provincial championship, It" is true they lost- at 'ilia capital, but there were reasons. The boys got" there 'only nnfler difficulties. Charges of professionalism were hurled at them from and everything was done to discourage tnem. They got to Edmonton, how- ever, played the Capitals their feet In the firat.half, and then lost fa1' the seiorid half because after the long trip. a doubt the Lelhbrldge-'hqopero were the strongest aggregation province last year, they played tho most they were'satisfied when the. season closed that there v'was nothing In their class, and that in: eludes called 'ch'ampions. And now the boys are fn another bigger five of them. The above .-pic lure shows them In their basketball .togs. Were they to have Jbc group taken jtc-dayv all would' Iiave on the uniform. Leon Daneworth and Percy.Irwln are in the Mou'ntles and are training at Itegina. They will be- overseas within a few weeks. "Irish." -Kane and George 'JfcKlllop are members of the 78th Battery. Likefso many boys the artillery wing appealed lo them. Lelhbrlclge has provided more ar- tillerymen for this war than all of the other cities of the province put the decided they would he where the nine-twos made a few "shots" just to keep their eyes'In trim. V The filth member, Dr. Marcus Dunsworth, Is a member of. the depot' battalion while'awaiting transfer to the Dental Corps. ThiV putts the whole crew of basket bailers in the army, and neertlcss-to Say, their Iiosta of Lethbridge. arc'proud "of them and hope to gee them'all back after a victorious peace has'been signed. Then Lsthtjridge.will square it with'Calgary and Rdmontoa for those' charges of professionalism. For the boya are all professional and" they'll be ones, top. It must also be' noted that o'unne'r Busby, who was president of the team thls'year, Is'also In khaki, being a member of the 78th Depot Batlory at Sarcec, with Kane anJ McKlllop.1 Sergt. Sealer is arranging for a suit- able' place for the champion to hold light workouts iUeforo Friday night' d-'rlng enthusiasts will be glad to eet' tho GanadlaTu title-holder in lean Tait is an Alberta hoy and very pular with local s. He ;'learned 2 boilns game! under Kid Sealer In Imonlon and sjnce that time has en- ged in some hard rlug Sallies. He 3a the1 championship of the Domin- foremost "scrap- rs In tie countp', and finally knock- g out Johnny U'lAary at' Medicine" at last >ear In 9 eastern Slates Tilt: lias been ccessful in holding his own against a leading'Airterlcan mitt artjsts and how in the pink of condition for a jut in this city, Heporls from Seattle stato that ucker a doubt, one of the eatest contenders for llie liglit- eight honors, Ho has beaten all of ring aspirants 'of the 'western ate'a and has-heen anxious to meet alt for some considerable, time. The shtbition in Calgary on Victoria Day 111 be a splendid drawing card. ALL SE1 FOR BIG A Ticket to Everywhere Goes Along With Every-Mitchell Car Bijou Motor Parlors Limited THI MOUSE OF SERVICE >lfTH tTBEET SOUTH LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. Appearance of Homer Mac I5e liig Drawing Card Hoists in Pink Everything li shaping "up well for the program at Mender Park on May, 24th, and If, Jup- iter Pluvlus Is not on the" job that day the outlook ft for a big crowd from M parts otVthe'eoutrV. The events will. of three harness and running raced which will bring out a tlafisy ag- grtgatlon cf fast tleppora. The featuns race of the day will be the free for all, and If Homer "Mae Is a contender, ta, expected" at present, tho race farts' very .well satisfied, Mac Is one of the cia53lest; that ever stepped on a local track; All other horses at .the track are In fine condition as they have bttn training afj sprFnp. In preparation for the wiitern fairs circuit this (heir owners ready to let them out on the 24th to see What stuff there Is In them. The races' start at 1.30. myself. Leonard Bituply dous not han- ker for tmy.or.WeMing's'igame, lie's said yoii-can hartlly blame him am Insistin'g Leonaid Is no nger He doesn't want make w'e.ight more and will bo own, time ho tries H. elllug surely'can make 133 In a nch and .as'easy as eating for "KW" Stafford who Is well know to the boxing fans of Lollibrldge, ha fng appeared here In several prell inarles during the past couplo of yea Is billed to box in Dlalrmore on M 2'Jfi In the main bout of a bill whl li being promoted by dersy Me will, meet Sam Saunders, a colored hoy from Vancouver, one! the rasa fans aro all ago'g'.for the match which h attracting, wjdo attention. Young Hlnlford Is one'of'tho rllftlcsl boys' who ever appeared >ln c. loral. ring. He has the speed and the punch, end li ho ran put the Vancou- ver coDtcnrtcr away ho.wlll get a boost (n. his'boxing career. lome Ran Kinj? is Playing Bet ler Ball Than Ever'Under Yankees' New. Leaderi ..Miller Muggins has wrought a reju venation In John'Franklin Baker, "rappe, 'Md., who-was once known he "home run king." During the'tw lie worked for lilll Donovan Jakef .was not'nearly the star he wa hen playing with Connie Mack. Fan all .orer the clrcuK solemnly anndun etl that Baker Ws a rriuch overrate player, and that he had reached h pike. In Philadelphia by' playin alongside Kddle Collins and Jac Barry. Probably a good share of the c for Baker's excellent work does b long to Collins and Barry, but the D trolt Tigers aro willing to believe th John Franklin can, play hall 6n h own hook'without the aid of Canyon elae. In the last two gargesiflayed the'l'qlo grounds, Mr. JJaKer has bee a very Jonspknous (Iguro nncl as f bs the Tlgera are a" ve obnoxious one. He Is killing Them. On Saturday Baker spoiled a pi (ectly by James larruping tho ball against a bleacher fence for three bases. On Monday .he" the trick, Ms blow slanltis the Yanks on their sixth-Inning rally, which beat the Tlgera and dropped thorn Into eighth place. Maker 1s not confined his hflllngtlo Detroit, but Is pummellng all pitchers pretty much d same, Tiro Uolham folks aay that Frank 'fielding position hotter than he did last year; and In every fa mucli hotter-looking ball player than when Bill Donovan had him. Of course, .Bill might raako a (ew re- i BOXERS AS' SUCH. Montreal; be-Classed :a3 ,'a 'ful Gepf-'-, 'i to this etfect 'and'brnnhaslsECd the judgment- by a fiiie. or agalrist'.bno .pugilist known' aa occu-' pation way.gfven. as a judgment Is In vir- tue'of the r'econt'Federal order order in "counclf, which, makes.- Idling- an'.offease asafrisl .the law. TRAINER "TOMMY" DALY, form-' crly of .the ISOth (Sportsmen'a) llat- :allon and recently after scrvico overseas. He Is a well-known bpier and ex-trainer of the Tccumsch L'acrossc Club. COLLARS 'FOR At Lethbridge Exhibition MAY 24th, 1918 PROGRAJ1ME 2.25 Trot r2.25 Paci, Z.ZO.Trot Purse Free for All Trot or Pace JWMe Uaih 75.00 5 Furlong Dash Purse Hirheu'RicM, Mile Hcali, 2 In 5, 4 to enter, Flrrt race ftalled'ai 1.30 p.m. '8 GOOD RACES. PLENTY OF'HORSES to Grounds and Grand Stand, SSCeaU Children Under 12 Free arc bolng made to malcti' (he winner of tho bout with one ot.KId Healer's boys on July'1st. Dr, Miigli Cameron, who represent- ed Inverness, M.S., In Ihe llouso of (Mimmnnt lot'tl yrats, Hay, aged 52 yeari, k Olace marks as to how some of the boyfl acted, when he- wan their DOM, hut he Is keeping tjulot and let them have all IMC pralsa they can got. At any rale, Hugging has Daker playing gooil ball, and In addition 1ms two good'incn paired beside him. heon the -host fjeldliu; snorlBioj In Iho league, for For Quick and Econbmical Tjansr portation Trucks Fit tf the Eniergcncy Nash Trucks have already established their un- usual value in this emergency. They are built to meet satisfactorily the demands of the'severest truck ser- 'Value cars at volnme prices. vce, BAALIM MOTOR CO. Do Not Forget to Leave Ties and tabes in Our Red Box. THE CHEVROLBT. ;