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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LRTHBRinfiE fMII/Y HERALD WHOAY. MAY 2.i. 1017 'BRINGING UP FATHER' By G. McManus IP "fOO 1 Brooklyn .....Oris 110 Olx-1) 10 0 tirimos, Mamaux and Fischer; proffer and Miller. WEDNESDAY GAMES. Washington . . 010 000 mio-1 4 3 Chicago ...... 00X 001. 0�x-2 li 0 Shaw and Ainsmith, CH'otte ami Sehalk. Boston ...... 020 300 300-S 10 1 St. Louis , ... 0iiOOp)O01-2 7 r> Shore anil Agnew; Kool), Sothoron and Severoid. Philadelphia - Detroit, postponed, cold. Sudden Death of Great Boxer From Antipodes Shock to Sporting World. ?,; Lethbridge. 11. we're off! If last night's game al the Kckstorm park is any indication, Lethbridge is going to enjoy some very good baseball ibis season. The crowd was there in goodly numbers nearly live hundred paid admissions at the gate, the brand of ball was ! very good for the Hist time out, (considering the cold weather. The Taber Crescents didn't show the [brand of ball they are capable of. and i most of the home brew's' runs were : the result of misplays on the part of 1 the visitors' inlielders. The locals started out with a bang, scoring four runs, enough to win the game, but kept steadily at it. failing to score in only two innings. Taber scored In only two innings, one in tlie second and two in the fifth. In every other inning Tabor's hopefuls were retired in onctwo-three order. In tin! fourth Lewis went into the box. relieving Tuft land, but even be couldn't stop the scoring, the locals making one in the fifth and another in tho sb;th. The Big Inning After Williams had singled and Schweitzer one. Wnkdl cut down most of the would-be pilferers of Tuber, only one succeeding in making it safely out of numerous attempts. Jack Torrison handled the game in (ine style, not a kick being registered against his decisions. The line-up: Talier- Lethbridge- Williams, cf. Williams, rf. Lee, 3b Russell. If Hafele. lb Isom, lb Lewis. 2b & p Green. 2b Smoky, c Livingstone, ss K. Lee. c Schweitzer, cf Tuftland. p & 21) Walsh, c Baker, ss Lund, p White, rf. Tyson, 3b Pearson. If Score by innings: Taber............0100200- 3 Lethbridge..........4203110-11 Batteries - Tuftland. Lewis and Smoky. Lee; Lund and Walsh. ; Umpire. J. Morrison. Mitchell Does Not Claim Pennant Does Claim Good Club. Chicago. May 22.-The Cubs-the Fred Mitchell kind of Cubs-are doing a comeback. Out of the wreck of a baseball club, that ,Ioe Tinker left Charles Weeghman. Mitchell is pull-ingxthe best parts, rebuilding broken parts, lending the punch of his own spirit and presenting for inspection a smooth running, hard lighting baseball club. Mitchell declares he believes he has a mighty fine baseball club, but that is about as far as he wjll go. "f couldn't claim a pennant and 1 wouldn't claim anything. But I know I have a good baseball club. Wo won't lose a ball game without putting up a scrap," lie said. "That la the main thing in baseball-the spirit, that never knows wlien it is whipped. That's wdiat my men have, und It's getting results." NOT A BASEBALL FAN. N'ell-What do you do when talks baseball to you? Belle-Try to look intelligent. Jach A FORBIDDING PERSON. She-That Mr. Gotro.x is a forbidding sort of person. He-I know it, I once asked him to let me marry his daughter. New cold. York-Cleveland. Chicago. May 25.-"I can't go home [ without fighting Mike Gibbons," said Les Darcy, Australian pugilist, who \ died in Memphis yesterday, when he i first arrived here several months ago. j He came here to fight Gibbonsy the I Russell was safe on a fielder's choice, I only real rival he recognized. Mike ! Isom hoisted a dinky fly which fell j stood between him and a clear title In safe territory. In an effort to head I THURSDAY GAMES. Cleveland Wins. Cleveland. May 24.-Cleveland today shut out New York 2 to 0, Maisel. New York second baseman, made his Douglas 1,irsf wror in twenty games, making a wild throw on his one hundredth chance. New York . Cleveland . . Caldwell and and O'Neill. postponed, j t0 trie middleweight crown, as he re-'him off, Lewis pegged wild to first, jgardeel the matter. He tried to ar-jnml both runners advanced a base?. I range a match with Mike, but wrangl- Len Green hit a hot single, scoring1 ing over money matters upset that : both. Livingstone was passed and i match. It was the greatest disap- -, Schweitzer's' hot grounder got through ! pointment of his visit here. , Lewis and again two men scored.' Darcy was born in Ma.'tland, Aus- Walsh and Lund finished the inning! tralla, and became a pugilist when;,)V fop-ups to the infield. But 'twas: : Mick Hawkins discovered, him in ' enough. Those four runs were all ] ! amateur entertainments. He develop- j**iat was needed to win. ;ed into a professional and won the Was Never Danger0lis 1 middleweight championship in Aus- , , . , He was brought to the United I , raber, never looked dangerous. t.w oi,i,,.j ...u- ,i,,k.�,i ' Roger Lund holding them well in hand all the way, with the help of 000 000 000-D 4 3 OOOOlOOlx-2 7 1 Walters; Covelcski INTERNATIONAL Wednesday's Games, Toronto and Buffalo, postponed, cold weather. Montreal and Rochester, rain. No other gamos scheduled. Thursday Games. Richmond 1, 7, 5; Providence G, S, 1. B,uffulo I, 0, 1; Toronto 5, 9, 2. Morning gamo postponed, cold weather. Baltimore at Newark, postponed, cold. Rochester at .Montreal, postponed 'two gamcBl rain. Tail-Enders Win. net roll. -May 24.-Philadelphia defeated Detroit In a game marked by listless playing 3 to 2 today, Noyes pitched well with the bases occupied. Philadelphia . . 201000 000-3 7 1 Detroit .......010 [00 01111-2 It 1 Noyes and Sclva::g; Klimke, Cunningham and Spencer. Shut Out Senators. Chicago, May 24.-Dunmont's wild pitch enabled Chicago to shut out Washington today 1 to 0. In the twelfth, witli (landlll at bat, riun-niont cut loose with a wild one, before Henry could recover the ball, n.lekson raced homo from second with the winning run. Washington . . 000 000 000 000-0 1 2 Chicago . ... OOOOOOOOOOOI-I .-> 2 Duniuont and Ainsmith, Russell and Sehalk. Won Close Game. St. Louis, May 24.-Ruth's triple, followed by Davenport's wild pilch in tho 7th, enabled Boston to win a close game from St. Louis todav 1 to 3. Boston ........ 100 200 100-1 7 1 St. Louis . ... 010 200 000-3 X 1 Ruth und Thomas; Davenport, Plank and Sovorold. tralla States by Tex to match him Rickard, who planned \ with Georges Carpen- ., , . .. . ., . . . , i good support both in the infield and FT Then an attempt was made'01'1' G,'ce" ll" Livingstone handling France. Then an attempt was made, , , Hjos k.e, to statje a match between Darcy and Al McCoy, who claims the middleweight championship. This was abandoned when the New, York boxing commission decided McCoy must box Jack Dillon and carry out an agreement. Then Darcy and Dillon were matched, but Governor Whitman refused, to allow the bout. Darcy then tried to meet Jeff Smith in New Orleans, but the Louisiana governor, following the lead of Governor Whitman, denied him the right to fight. He was matched with George Chip for a bout at Youngstown, Ohio, but again was turned back. Darcy went to Tennessee where, after enlisting as a member, of the United States aviation service, he was permitted to arrange a match with Len Rowlands and then was taken, ill. He had applied for his first papers In order to become a citizen of the United States. pop Hies very Williams had two put outs in right Held, one a nice catch after a hard run. Isom made a screaming three bagger in the fourth, scoring Russel. Nine stolen bases were gathered by the local speed boys. Green getting three. Walsh one. Lund one. Duns-worth, running for Green one. Liv-Livlngstone one, Russell one, and WE STOCK BRANTFORD, CROWN AND STANDARD BICYCLES. Fitted with Dunlop Traction Tread Tires and best equipment throughout. Trices from $40.00 to $G5.00 cash or easy terms. Second hand cycles always in stock. Repairs and accessories. Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 Fifth Street S. ASSOCIATION Wednesday's Games. Columbus Minneapolis 0 13, Toledo 1. n, fi; St. Paul PACIFIC COAST Wednesday's Games, At Snu Francisco-Sun Krnncitsco fi, 0, 0; Onkland I, fi, 0. At Salt Lake-Vernon I, Suit Luke 1, , 0, 3 11, I. Kansas City G, 9, (!. Columbus 6, 18, 5; Indianapolis 14, 5. Toledo 4, 18, 8, Games. Minneapolis St. Paul 10, Louisville NORTHWESTERN Wednesday's Games. - Rulle 0, 3, 1; Taconia 3, (i, 3. Al Spokane-Great Falls ,'!, 8, 1; Spokane 4, 10 0. At Vaticouvnr-Vancouver ti, 12, 2; Seattle 1. r�, 2, Thursday's Games. At Vancouver-Morning gamo - Son lie It, if), 3; Vnucauver Afternoon game-Seattle' 5, Vancouver 1, I, 1, At Taconia-Butte-Tiicomu postponed, wot .grounds. At Spokane-Grent Falls postponed, !�111. ;i. 10, game game, Diamond Dots With the District Ball Teams Lund pitched such u masterly game for tho locals in the .opener against the Taber Crescents last night that DoMar, L'ethbridge's other portsider, was not called upon. DoMar, howevor, Is getting, his shoots and slants under control and will bo sprung on some of tho unsuspecting aggregations probably at the next game. With Lund and DeMur available, Lethbridge has pitching material this year that will go a long way to keep this burg on the Imsoball map. * * * Tho Lomond nine, with which Joe Gillls, of Lotlibridge, Is playing this year, lost its game to tho Vulcan swatters yesturday by a scoro of 9 to S. * * * Lund pitched two games yesterday. In tho morning lie pitched for Coal-dalo against Turin, tho latter touni winning 12-11. Dunlol Fitzpatrlclc of Wheatloy, Ont., was struck by lightning during a thunderstorm and Instantly killed, the hair bolng singed from his bond. Fitzpatriek was a member of the Odd Follows and Canadian Forcstors, What You Get for Your Ntaney When you buy a Studebaker car, you get the best work of one of ;the largest iatitomobile? makers in the industry-a real Made-in-Canada product, built with a knowledge of just what 13 required of a car for continued service on the roads of Canada. The workmanship in Studebaker cars is experienced, skilled and painstaking. The" inspections are rigid and exacting in the extreme. The quality of Studebaker cars is evident in theii; finish and equipment. I Studebaker bodies are obviously substantial in construction. The naint and varnish work is excellent. The upholstery is genuine leather throughout. The cushions are made entirely of long curled hair. The -front seats are adjustable-the .right hand one reversible. The carpet in the tonneau is bound with leather, -L-so is the edge of the top. ... I 1 But the real proof of quality is durability. Studebaker cars stand up and give long, continued service under the hardest usage. � fw Studebaker cars are guaranteed. When you buy a Studebaker you get proved quality, proved economy and the guarantee of a great Canadian manufacturer behind them both. , Let us demonstrate the Series 18 models, "Made-injCanada" '40H.-P. FOUR.,',, . $1375 50 H.-P. SIX .- . . . . $1685 F. O. B. Walkerville The Studebaker Garage I 322 Sixth Street, Opposite Herald. J. T. Graham, Prop. Lethbridge, Alberta These shoes have advanced about (>"�',;, but we are cleaning up our stock of thorn at the old price ol! r 1 Some good fitting for narrow feet left In both black or tan leathers. The maximum of value for the minimum of cost, when you secure a pair of NETTLETON SHOES. SHERLOCK BUILDING Read This AND PLEASE DON'T FORGET WE ARE AT YOUR SERVICE. (TO PLEASE, THANK YOU.) Your Tires We have a man to line up your wheels and place on new tires without extra cost to you, And for selection we have Dominions, Diamonds, Goodyears, Dunlops, Maltese Cross in any size. Heavy Chains ANY SIZE YOU WANT AND PRICES RIGHT. BAALIM MOTOR CO. BACK OF UNION BANK HARRY HOLMAN, Mgr. 59?4 ;