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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK THK 1IERALTT WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1017, FATHER" iy. G. McManus LOOK LOCK OOT i THINK TO TO D All Set for Great Event of JBall Season Tomorrow Big League Baseball NATIONAL Won. Ixist. Philp.delpnta ..___ IS 3 New York...... 10 Chicago 22 SI. Louis.......'. 15 Cincinnati...... 14 Brooklyn....... 10 Jloaton fl I'illsburg....... 10 P.O. 14 10 15 15 20 .C40 .62D: Chicago AMERICAN Lost. 10 10 14 IS 17 Cleveland .124 Ml .333 St. Louis........ IS Washington...... 13 Detroit........ Jl 0 Giants Shut Out York, May ivon from Now York today 2 to 0. It was the first shut-out" for Xew York llris ucasonj .Miller, Iho Pltlslnlrg pitcher, struck out seven nion. PiKsburir 2 7 3 New York 2 Miller anil Fisclier; Anderson. Sruitii anil McCarly, Ilarlilcn. Home Run 'Won Brooklyn, XIny S3.-: ClltEliaw's home '.K-lh? sevcnlli. with Stengel first, won Iho final Kairjo for Brooklyn tp 1. Coomus pllclleil brilliant linll after the. second, not. a visiting player getting past first liase. 1 4 1 Brooklyn Horslman, Wa'.son Coombs and Miller.' IS 17 IS 17 IS 21 P.O. .043 .G30' .011 .514 .455 .433 -.379 Athletics Gets On; Cleveland. May Philadelphia won from Cleveland today 3 lo 1.- Fal- kcnburg, in addition lo keeping the htla 'scattered, drove In tho winning rilil'wilh a'two liase lill In llio BCV culh. Phlbdcllihla 8 0 3 Cleveland -.1 Falkcnburg and Morton, Coumue and O'Xcill. noslon-ChlcaBO, postponed, ivet. New York-Delroit, postponed, wet. No olliers scheduled. x Defeats Cubs Philadclphh, JIny defeated- Chicago .toib.y S to G and took'first place in Ihe league race from'the New Yprk cluh. Victory was secured .by Hie hard hilling of Ihc deliveries of Seaton nnd Aldrldgc In the fourtli Chicago fi n 2 Miiladelphla S 8- 2 Sralon, Aldrklgc, Hcndrii aiirt Kl- I'.olt, Wilson; Lavanrler, Ocscligcr and NORTHERN .Minot......- 3 7 Winnipeg..........'14 -13 3 Or Uiirertou, Lcnahnn art] Nichols; Jla- and Gotote; 4 targo-Moorehead 1 4 nelebcrn and Johnson and Dacliant. kllllfer. Clncliinali-Doston postponed, rain. PACIFIC COAST Al LOB Angeles...... 0 Portland 3 At 4 Oakland 0 Al Salt Lako ASSOCIATION SI. Paul 9 11 Minneapolis........... 4 10 Williams and Land; Iloso and Owena. All other games postponed, rain INTERNATIONAL All games postponed, rain. Vcrnoii 1 NORTHWESTERN At Seattle 2 3 7 0 Vancouver 0 7 9 L At Spokane........... 0 4 11 1 Rrcat Falls.......'.. 1 4 5 3 At forfeited lo Ta 9 2 j coma In fourtccnlh (nnlug when scor C 0 was o G-G lie. Butlc 0, Tacoma 9. b VS. TUBER LETHBRIDGE AT ECKSTtfRM PAHK Victoria Day At 6.1S P.M.. SHARP Jack Morrhon WJII Umpire ADMISSION: aso Or mil lie Children Uiider. 14 Years FREE iGRATH ON 241H fs going to IJO'B day I Magralh tomorrow when R basoba tournament will be slaved: Magral Haymond nnd Spring Coulee Icam nrc enlcrcd. Tlirco gam eg will played at and nn In i'na cvfinlns Ihcro will bo a bl ilnnce. Each' (oim In the baschall toiirnamonl will oppose cncli ot llio olhcr (cams cr.lcrcsl. Magralh cblms lo have tbo bcsL team or Its history, and Jusl waiting Tor n chnnco to heave one Into Iho LothLrldgo aggfc- Ballon, Evcrylhing augurs well lor the icct tomorrow al Exhibition park nd there are some good entries in be various events. The following is llic card Tor tin ay: Frec-For-Ail Pace. Two Iji Three Vallcr Ilarkdr, J. W. McClain, Alon arch. erlnnil Mae, J. W. McClain, Monarch L, F. Uonnell, LeLhbridgc Haven' Cross, Paul Moreland, Mow Daj ton. lumphrey Hill. J. McKenzfe, Grarium :30 Pace, Mile Heats, Two In Thre O.U.W., E. Luchia, Xobltford. roMbilion, F. Sobohia, J. W. McClain, Monarch. Orphcum Girl, T. Wilson, Magrath. Three-Eighth Mile Heats _Ey. Koby, hcthbridge. )r. Thorn, ,Tr., Kinsey, Raymond. Hay, Jae. Thompson. Sreen Trot, Mile Heats, Two In Thre ilbrtn Doy, B., Nobleford. Rubin Klrfc, Jack Wales, Lclhbrldg. Carbon, Ellis Half (Jco. Adtfison, Lcthbrldge 10 Ferguson, C. Kfnsey, ltaymoners receive their liauclicapg be- fore they drlvo off. As the course Is now In good shape, [he committee lioiic for a largo lurn out ot memljcrs at the opening com- petition. Handicaps trill lie arranged from LI mo to time during the season, so 11 Is up to every member to practice Jiarcl and get into form and lidp lo mike the or tho handicapping commtLlcc as easy as possible, The competition will be open lo the public on the payment ot a Tec of 25c a round. Anyone interested is cor- dially Invited to participate. the Canadian Iroopj. tho nick- came "Helney" lias almost replaced, 'Ilocho" as a name for Hie enemy. frequently used alternatives "Hun" and ELKS CLUB Alberta Block Reading Room, WrIUnc Boon, Bil- liards. Rcguiar meciIoEB, lit ud 3rd Thursdays, Vliltloc membert W. L. Clark. Exalted Ruler. O. B, Edgett, Room 4, AlbtrU Secretary, o I rj Ty Coub is the father of three cTiil drcn and say a be Is not going to wire President Wilson offering his, ser- rices or anything of the kind, but :hat all he has lie owes to Uncle Sam, aiid thai if Uncle Sam- wants liru he can have him. Ty likes thu selective draft system and reasons thusly: "It empowers Uncle Sam lo select the sort of men he. needs. It won't be as in I ho volunteer days, when ilicy picked out a bookkeeper and .said, 'Your'c a cook. Now fry.' If Untie Sam needs cooks he can get them. If he needs Cobb'hc can get Cobbr All he has to do is to notify Cobb and' Cobb will be there. "I'd like to do my answered the pride ol the American league, "I would like Is do It without noise or advertising. I admire the man who keeps his mouth sbul, smiles, gels into no arguments and fights like fifty. It I go Ihrpugli (his war I'd like to go Ihroufili .without saying a word. The silent man who does not b his friends nor" abuse-liis foes, ,but vho knows wliy and vrbaL he is fight- ng Cor and fights is my Idea of a good oldier. "Most of the ball players feet the iame way nhout It- They are isol hollicrlne Uncle Sam with offers ol heir services. They know he can get hem when he wants them. Ball play- aro used to drptt. They prc nol iccuslomcd lo seeking positions. That why they await tho All of which la pretty sound sense, Totals.......... 12 11 St. R. II, E. Plnchak, p c 110 Ferko, ss.............1 l 0 W. Kennedy, c fc p. J. McCormlck lo OrfcacVl 3b J, Honoskl, 2b Turcotl cf...... P. llonoskl If...... N. Bernard rf....., TORONTO TO LOSE HOCKEY FRANCHISE Montreal, Slay Connrm.itlon ri3 oh I allied today of Ihc'storlea pub- ilshctl recently nboul LACROSSE PLAYER DEAD Toronto Mny Kridle .Car- mlrhncl, the well known Incroseo plnyer, .nasatil away yoatcrday, Rl (ho- Western-.. Sanalarlnnt fit the age of 25 years. He been III for n year or more, part Utno ho apenL In Muskoka. -The Into tfddle CarmleTiacl came io..'T6ronlo some .years ago from Toller ham. lie first lacronao with the Capitals nt .feaae Ketchum park nnl f joined the MftlUamls, with whom he played J (in lor, (nlcrmcnlntc find senior. latterly he was wltli llip Tcciimsch professional team RS rt lib'mo player. lift was fllao, f4r llio Sliamrpuk hockey team In llio N-H pending to frdnchleo of Iho Hockey club to Montreal, A. lj. Caron, president ol the Nalfonnl salt! (odny tlint nogoftntfons had been carried on with Malinger Llv- liigslon and the In tier wontd bo In Montreal Ihll week. N NONE WILL BE REJECTED Winnipeg. May 1'rncllcally no rcrriillfl will be rejected In future, pro- vided thai thoy aro Iho scrlbcd age limits fml.arc ablo to "carry on" In Some branch of Ihc ser- vice, Recording lo the now rcgnlallqna wlilrh wero announced at military hPiidQuarlera Ihla morning." The flnnonncernenl of conacrlptlon IA now in R revival ro crulllng. 2 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 I 0 0 Totals........., OS 1 base hits. 'Ken- nedy, Qrlnscki; two Autlello, McCamblcy. ri.iu-link; bases nn balls, off Pinch a k 2, oft.Kennedy 3, oft Mor- rison hit by pllcned ball, Kennedy, Plnchnk, llobcrlson; double play. Me- Cnmbley. Umpire J. II. Fleelwood. Kennedy still'hilling Ihc ball Is giving Morrison a close run for llic lend In batting. Mr. FleeLwood the geme. has R good oyc, but hear Totil LlcVa. Nichols clouted Ihc ball on the sharp fielding robbed him of some AudeElo played a fine game and hit. Iho ball St. Dasira showed a wontlcrtnl lir- provcmenL fn slrcnslh. Flcclwood ami Weslmlnsler nhoiild DCWRFC, Boh McCnmblcy, both nl'bal and tho field, played a game for the KJcCLvooil remarked after the Ihnt Heinle Morrison har! a right, but 51r. did not delect his spill or, nex'l pamc will be playcrt Vic- lorlfl pay, hoiwccn Klcelwooil' fiii'd Westminster. Ihla for a llncuji lo play "There's a holi- day to-morrow. Some of you will shave and make your face sore-- but you'll have relief on June What You Get for Your Money When you buy a Studebakcr car, you get the best .work of 'one of largest jauloniohile "makers in the real product, built with a knowledge of'just what is required of a car for continued''service on the roads ot Canada. The workmanship in'Studebiker cars Is experienced, skilled and painstaking. The inspections are rigid and exacting in the extreme. The quality of cars is evident in finish and equipment SLudebakcr bodies are obviously substantial in con- struclion. The paint and varnish work is excellent, The upholstery, is genuine leather-throughout. cushions are made entirely of long curled hair. The front seats are right hand one revers- ible. The carpet in the lonncau is bpound with leather; is the edge ot the lop. But the real proof of quality is durability. taker cars stand.up and give long, continued.service under the hardest usige. Sludcbaker cars arc guaranteed. 'When you buy Studcbafccr you get proved quality, proved economy and! ;hc guarantee of a. great Canadian manufacturer behial them both. i Let us demonstrate the Scries 18 models. 40 H.-P. FOUR ?I37S .50 H.-P. SIX 51685. R 0. B. Walkerville The Studebaker Garage 322 Sixth Street, Opposite Herald. 4. T. Graham, Prop. Lclhbrldge; Alberta A bogey compolllion (handicap) will be played on Thursday, May 2-1, starl- ing nt 10 r..ra. The compclllton will be day .so tlial members will] have the of playing cltlicr Read This AND PLEASE DON'T FORGET WE ARE AT. YOUR SERVICE. (TO PLEASE, Your Tires We have man to line up your whedi and place on new tlrn wllhoul extra coal to you. And for selection we have'1 Dominions. DinniondH, (ioodyears, Maltese Cross in any size. Heavy Chains ,ANY SIZEVoU WANT AND PRICES RIOMri BAALIM MOTOR DACK OF UNION 1ANK HARRY HOLMAN, ;