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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, MAY 20, 1911 BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McManus PAJAMAS "-RE. BEH1NO THAT id POT THEM ON- -TOURE. NCtt CMT V THROW CLOTHED OVER. THE AH' N.VJ4IE 1 THI.NK OOiHT TO LE.T M! OOT THE WINDOW IH NOW -COMF ODT-'WHV ftf" I OON'T fOU Hit> PAJAMA.V: -HAIL- INSURANCE 1 IN THE BEST COMPANIES IMMEDIATE COVERING PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS Sport Page BASEBALL PRACTICE TONIGHT All hall players are asked to turn out to practice at Eck- slprni park this evening. "The club is arranging Cor games with1 several strong teams, which means that the locals Medicine Hat Carpenter, It sible condition. Be there at Cory, c T o'clock sbarp. pie, Nauper to Bracken, Carpenter to by Bracken lo Gillespie; struck Robinson 7. by DeMar S: bases on balls, off Kobinson 2. off DeMar 1: earned runs. Letiibrulge 3. Medicine Hat 0. Umpires: Brings and Downing, Second Game The box score: Morning Bnitle to 2 But Dropped Afternoon Session By Poor Fielding It ihv local ball tos could havo foreseen the results of -with the Mad Hatters they would have tnrned the games around. In Ih? morning before a fair slied crord the locals triumphed to the tune ol in what was easilr tho best game staged- on the local ball pasture in five iean Then in the sllernoon before the biggest crowd lhat has seen a game here m a decade ifcp locals went out and pulled sll the boners ible to cram Into nine snort innings and along with lome beautiful hurling hv Tronl o! the Hot us Ihe result of the dav was i en even break, and in spite ot Ihe punV exhibition bv the local crew in the afternoon stanis crowd show ed that Baseball is still the bis draw ing card In Lethbndse The Mad Hat tera brought along a oil meed team, wWIe tiev weaknesses they are good enough to Bangle with an} old day in the Tho morning gsme a csse too muUi 'or the Tlnton TV afternoon -was a cue of too mucn Trout for the loclli, and its no dream that they played like lot ot ftsh in apols Lefty DeMar on tie 'mound In the morainj was about as sweet looking pitcher an has been seen In a few moons He had Brlggs who wat calling ballj steal, a passed ball and Gillis' hit. The locals annexed seven hits during the session. The Medicine Hat team on three different occasions brought the crowds lo Us. feet by staging double plays which got Robinson out of dif- ficulties The Second Game In the -econd game looked as bad as they did good in tho morning. Me- Kinley slab and the big fellow hadn't any too much opnortun- itj to what was in him. The fielders hooted consislenlly. At that McKlnlev didn t have any more on the ball than the la-v allows and failed to 1111 them up The result was that the visitors Trere Clamming them, and the Holders had their wort cut out. That it was too much was rjlafnly [sTimttt in the nnlucky seventh when outfielders in succession' dropped three flies each, man putting'a good Smeaton, Ib Bracken, ?b Wilson, ss Robinson, 3b GUlesine, rt Squance, cf Tront, n..... Total...... Lethbridse: Munroe, ss Green. If...... Uillis, 2b...... Ridpath, cf, 3b Hudson. 3b, ct lurpby, cl etko, rf...... Livineston, Ib O'Connor, c IcKiriley, p DeMar, p AB.n.H.PO. A. E ..5 0 030 4 o o a o '5 1 1 11 1 In The Major Leagues .-9 11-27 H 3 A.B.K. H.PO.A.B. NATIONAL Won.' Lost. P.O. New York .'....i.... 16 Brooklyn I....... -SS2. Cincinnati -5-V Pliiladeluhia....... Io .j'-ff Pittsburg......... H 1-f Cmcaso H IS liostou i H St. iMUis i IS SATURDAY GAMES ,'incinnati 1 1 Doston................ 1 0 Fisher and Karitlen; Neht and lowdy. I'liiiadelphia Chicago Vaughn, Douglas and Killetc-r, Daly; Jacobs and AdamE. Brooklyu G Pittsburg.............. 1 Grimes nnd Kruegcr; Mayer. Adams and Sweeney, Chicago 'levelaud ew York t. Louis Boston and standuiK watching the breaks, on his head and then the crowd sore he didn t get all the good onw He visitors down without earnea run The two they diu annex came in the fourth, and were the result 61 DeMar'i own in'nif ot an easy gronnder off Smeaton's bit It should have been a'n easy out, but I-efty mns'sed it up and then In trying to cat Cory down it third he threw ull'd. This was the local hnrlBr'i only bad- stania. He Rlartcd out by welking Carpenter, the onlyilree transportation ijined in the same Then Cory got a hit, and ifcieaton laid down a grounder at De JIM'S feet that caused all the trouble O'Connor behind the bat played, a iterling.Kamt, and 1n the it cut down two bitters hs taking hard sky fouls. Lefty slrucV out .the next man and was out o trouble for the real of the game. In th iext innings alter two were down Xobhon and Cirpenler posed Italics bat died on tblrd'abd second. In thla game Ihe locals played whirl- wind ball, and while they fonr errors chalked, up. against them De- was the Only one who raaoe foozie -that counted against them. In (he aecond.HaVry Hudson, who hit like it fiend In the game, gelling three hits out of, four times up and milking Nap- ncr In left frave! lo get the fourth, started oft wllh a clean double. The next two were ouls but Chariio O'Con- nor came along wll'n a sixtling double scoring Hudson. O'Connor scored when Napper dropped one off DaMar's bat, And DeMar was cut down at home when he tried to cross the pin Shorty nice single. The locals added another in the third Gillis got on on a f choice, scoring on Hudson's second hit of tho day. To make the game safe they added one oh Green's single, juicy one in the error column. At lhat, outside the' seventh, Ihe game wei all to the merry'Tce. Itat- ler> hit McKinlev hard getfmg'mne hicgles good for 11 bases off him In six and one third Innings, after which lo his rescue, holdiug them (o two hits and no runs for the ot the game. Trout-pitching for tla let the locals down fior hlli no two of which came In She same Innings. The visitors had liret boots which the locals to .pan four tlmee. The crowd at the afternoon was around thft 100 mark and it was too bad Ihst they were not on deck fo the mor-'ng session, and old friend Downing, formerly manager i of the locals, handled the james in tine'style. The crowd evidently the double umpire system. One of ths'bflght spots of tho after- noon game was a beautiful peg by Shorfy Munroe. Fn the eighth after two were down Bracken leaned against one ot DeMar's and It'far over beid In the led centre. Harry .ore after'it. relayed it to Munroe who h) a period peg lo O'Connor cut runner-.down'at ths plate. It was a good.homer gone to Following will give the o> the games: 0 3 3 0 10 0 7 0 0 5t, Louis C H 2 New York..............v. 2 3 Tuoro and demons; Barnes. Echup'p and Gonzales. AMERICAN. Won. Lost 19 7 16 -S 1- 7 H 1- 9 Washington Detroit Philadelphia 10 I'l 11 P.C. Jol ,GG; IITS .381 .200 SATURDAY GAMES 5 Cleveland Siebold, Taylor, Johnson, Klnnej and Perkins; Eiizniflnn and O'Neill. Washington........... 1 9 St. Louis Harper and PIcinich; Weilmau am Hillings, Mayer. Boslon----............ 3 1 Detroit..... 5 n PeimocS. -Mays anil Walters; Ehtnk and Alnsnlitn. New York1......i....... 2 S Chicago 1 5 Thoraahlan and lluel; Faber, Ker and Schalk. Brooklyn T6lal ....32 44 26x12 out on Infield fly. Score by innings: R. H. E. Medicine Hit .000 310 500--9 11 ..010 000 4.. base. Bracken; stolen" bases, Brackth Tlobinaon, Trout 2, Green, double plays, Bracken to Wil- son lo Smealon; Troutito Wilson to Smeaton; struck out.by'.Trbut 10, by McKlnley 3, by Eellar 2; bases on off Trout 6, off McKinley 1 off DemaV 1; :'e'arned iledlcijie Hat 3: r Umpires: JBriggs and Down SUNDAY GAMES Pittfburg 0 anil 3 3 S 3 Sweeney; Hamilton, Evans Smith and Kreugcr. St. Louis-----...... New York B 9 Z Goodwin, May and Ciemons; Causoy and Gonzales. (Only two games scheduled.) WESTERN CANADA Saturday -.Gftrncs First Moose'Jaw 0 Saskatoon Lathan and Wally; and Byefs. "i 'Second "i Moose Jaw ..06! 6 3 1 Murphy and :Dpnovan and PACIFIC COAST Morning ortland 1 an Francisco d 6 u Jones, Cooper and Dafcer; Seatcm ml McKcc. Aftcrnooii JorUanil 5 S li Francisco 2 5 OSdham aucl Koehler; Smith and IcKee. Mormug Seattle 2 >s Angelas 3 Mails and SehauEI AtdrWgo oles- Afternoon INSURANCE IN THE CANADA LIFE Eitablllhed 1847 A Policy to Suit Every Need H. J, H. SKEITH Sherlock Elk. Phone 1343 1 Ponticton will sot along without publicity agent the coming year. Angeles KalVtcnburg, .Biglco Cook; t'raii- Jail find La Oakland 5 11 2 Salt Lake S H Brcntoii and Elliott; Marfclu and, Byltr. Vernon i 2 Sacramento 1 llouck and Brooke; riercy. and Murray. 5 21 Vance SUNDAY GAMES Washington........... 5 S Chicago............... G 13 1 Shaw. Ayres, Cralt, Jonnean and 'icinich; Kerr, Danforth arid Schalk. N'ew York 5 10 3 St. Louis .t... 673 MogrWge, Nelson. Russell and Ruel; Shocker and Mayer; Boston................ 2 '11 I Cleveland'....i. 3 S- ..0 Mayes and Walters; Basby and O'- Neill. Philadelphia.......... 6 3 Hogera and McAvoy; Dauss and Ain- smith. THANKS LORD READING LONDON', .May LlOyd George, the British.premier, has ad- dressed a-lelleVto Lord Heading, con- veying the governjnenl's thanks for too conspicuous service rendered the empire Lord Heading was act-, ng as-ambftsEador to the United States, letter-assures Lorrt-Read-! ng that he-' returns his judicial duties with trm'sratlludo and good- will at the n NORTHWESTERN First1 Vanoouver 3 S I Seattle........'...... 1 5 i Earnhani and Patterson; Lukanovii and Boelzle. Second Vancouver 1 Seattle. 3 Clink and Patterson; Gibson Boelzle. '.The Gimt The box score: Jleiilcine Hat; Carpenter, cl Cory. 31) Smeatpn, c lAacken, 2b Wilson, ts Gillespie. Ib PortSr, if'.1.'.1. Xapper, It Robinson, p 1 ..4- Tollis LMhbridge: BS. Green, If Glllfa, 2b Rldpath, cf, 3b Hudson, c! Ferfco, rr Livingston. Ih O'Connor, c DsFJar, p TOU1 A.B. R. IT. P.O. A. B. ..311120 Majority of Fans Think ,Cappy Smart Should Have Called It a 'Draw atlon and empire.- ,V ______ c- il--'. CANADIAN CASUALTIES OTTAWA, Mav- Tho following casualty liirwas issueii today; Infantry 111: IJieul. tacling captain) Robert Burchcll, >l C.-, Glace Day, N. S. Seriously Wo'nnilb'd.: Ueut. Derbyshire, M.C., England. Medjcali Died: and Quartermasl- evJ: P. .Scott, Scotland, r iar "SERVICL STATION What the Willard Service Station Man Will Do For You" Hnvlns examined your bat- Icry. ho will tell you its oxsct He will explain its rotation w Ihc rest ot the electric'al syaleni motor, .generator, lights, ignition, and'so on. 1! these are not. in proper ad- justment ho will tell yon, no (hut you can'have them proiisr- ly careil 'for.' He will tell you how your driving conditions affecl ,the battery. Ho will show lo.IUl thb "as" needed, every two with pure water. After your first, visit he wDl test'tho battery al any time you i and if things are' not working as Ihoy .should, he- will givo any advica rieccEsary. 311 6th Street South PHONE 616 t 1 2 6 1 and "What-is the decision, a asked Young Maxwell at'the end of the tenth round of fast fighting Sat- urday night between -Puggy Morion of Chii neapo1 SUltiHL made entries after eath.rouna, Refereu Cappy Smart of Oalary walked over lo Morion's corner and raised his hand. 0 signifying that In his opinion he was y mgni neLwetji hicago and Mike Pauhon of Min- ,olis. at the Majestic. After ng his note book, in which ..33 2 4 2< 11 4 AB. R. 1I.PO. A.K. 1 1 1 0 3 0 rt 12 1 H 0 0 1 2 0 0 he better man. GARRISON KAYQES DILLON .-MEMPHIS. Ten n.. May Phi! Harrison, ot Chicago, knocked out Jack Billon, of In- dianapolis, in Ihe second round of their scheduled S-roucd hout here Saturday night.' Harrison dazed his opponent in the first round, and Dillon was barely able io start the second round. They are middle- weights. tf tf INTERNATIONAL Sunday Garnet Toronto 5; Itochoter 8. Buffalo 2; Blnghahipton 5. Baltimore 5; Jersey City 2; (11 Inn- Reading 1; Ke'ivari: 2 <11 I; Newark 6. We Employ Trained Mecfeanics Only It Ts an expensivt cxpeHmCnt io allow the untrained to-gsi his experience on your car. .Bring your automobile troubles to -g; and to know real D. S. WILLIAMSON CO. NtN.TH STREET AND FOURTtj AVENUE SOUTH, .31) 4 7 27 13 by innings: H. H. Medicine Hat .000 200 4 4 -.021 000 01i-( 1 base hits. Hudson anrt O'Connor; stolen Cory, Wilson..Oreen 2; sacrifice hits, Bratk- en; double plfi.fi, Kobinson la Gilies- A WELL-EQUIPPED EMERGENCY KIT AND KELLY-SPRINGFIELD TIRES will nuke your holiday Irip a pleasant one. See ui before ilirl- THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 416 FOURTH AVENUE Perhaps one of the smallest crowds on record was present to see what ,urneu out to be one of the beat bouts ever staged in this city. Not more ihan 250 fight fans were on the job, hut they were treated to ten rounds of very fast milling. Both Morton and Paulson are willing raixera. and there was no lot up from the first round until the final gong end ot the tenth round. A Kid'., Shunian of Seattle had been billed to tighl Morton but he was tak- en ill with appendicitis and the local promoters were obliged to gel Paulson to suhitilule. They fortunate in having so good a man in the neighbor- hood, for Paulson had fousht Harry Anderson len rounds to a draw u fevr days previous In Calgary, and hail not returned to Perhaps the illness of Siiuman had aomethin'g to do with the small crowd, but it Is doubt- ful whether Khuman would havo made any better showing than Paulson. At any rate, tlic fans were satiafieil with the (here was aomc crlli of tho decision in favor of Mori- on. In the flrat round Cappy Hmarl cau llonpil I'adhon for hlltlns In Ihe clinchos, as he had announced Just previous to the main go that Canadian woylrl govern, and the men wer to break at hi? word. It lo Ih j funs thai was partial'lo Mort Tiie first two rounds looked even lo the average fan, bat In the third.Mori- on showed at his heat. Ho ID very fast oh his feut and he was aJl over Paul- son in this round, and the fans sure! did applaud him when he-went io hisJ orner. Paulfion's bfip.t round ivas the tenth ml last, and in the .writer's opinion is slrong finish should have entitled Im to a draw. He left with- ut a mark, as did Morton, We are not n a position to the referee's cclslon as we are not a'n aulhorlty on' he fine points of the but from he viewpoint ot the average fan, who foes to a boxing contest for the sport if tho thins, it looked to ua if Paul- ;on earned a draw, That no doubt seemed to 'un Ihe opinion 'of many, while the "experts" emphalle In their view thai Ihero was no (lotiM .hat Morion earned Ibc- decision by a wide margin, Tlio were disappointed in Ihe bojs they had carded tor tho pre liminane.s arid only four hoys turner np. and entertained the crowd lo rounds of very fair boxing. Jnd Koley rUfl not show up [o act as tdird man In ring and Cappy'Sraarl, who was Iri the diy ihc guest of Chief Hardy was into service to referee main bout Me announced that Harry on'a ntyte of fighting and rendered hi: decision accordingly. We wili admi Morton Is a Boo'd man, and he sure packs hut as a haeeball fan would siiy, his control was poor, for h misaed on roany occasions, IJolh hoy appeared to be in Ihe best of shape aud went at full speedJrpm.fhc.slar! '.vho was present at Ifco ringside, fiatl been malcKcd.to ifioc Clonle Tail at Mraonlqn on iuoe Clh They .will box 15 rounds to a decision "Player's Nivy Cut" THE NASH PERFECTED VALVE-IN-HEAD MOTOR Value above the ordinary in (lie Powerful Nash Six i Qulotioss which ron'trlbulDS much (o motoring patlsracllon. Owners liko a riulct motor pnd that in frco an TtMslbla 'roni rattles and wiusuks. This Is imdoiiMcdly one for' Iho popularity of tho Nash Six wherever It Is In. service. It la unusually cvfn afior many miles of service, lluyers, It'will pay you lo nco this N'ash buying. Baalim Motor Co. 409 3rd AVENUE SOUTH ;