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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBiyp]gB::3f4]^t HBIQU^D .. ,^ � "... . '� � 1 . ^'BRINGING UP FATHER" M0NJ)AY, MAY 26, lOlf By ^ HdM anus t V YOm? PA JAM At) ARE OCHJND ,t>CREEN -tfftPOT THCM ON �T TONKJHT- The Sport Page LOCALSBROKEEVEN WITHHAHERSON .E NVon MorniBs BaCUe 4 to 2 But Dropped Afternoon Session By Poor Fielding * BASEBALL PRACTICE ? * TONIGHT ? * All ball players are asked to ? > turn out to practice at Bck- ^I'ub is arr&nging (or games : * ^Ith seTeral strong teams. ? * wWch means that the locals ? * will have to be in the best pos- ? * |lbie condition. Be there at � * Ti o'clock sharp. ? v * If thf local ball tossens could hare forekeen the results of Saturday's t�mes with the Mad Hatiera they would haire turned the games arotind. In the morning before a fair siied ctowd the locals triumphed to the tttn^ of 4-2-in wliat was easily the vbeat game staged on the local ball pastor* in fire years. Then in the aCteraooB before the biggest crowd tliAtjiai aeaa a gafoe here in, a facade 'the locals went oat and polled all the boners possible to cram into nine short innJnct; and these, along -with soma iMi^tifuI borUng by Tront �it the Hatters^ biigad�.T*Balta4 in a acore of 9-4 >agabat>iu.-%1ie xei|^lt OC ^.dthinridge. Th� aiad Hat-ters bronght along a rary evenly bal-aacad taan. fiid whlla* tkayi tty massed it up i and then in trying to cut Cory down at third be threw wild. This wag the ' local hnrler's oidy bad staasa. He ataried out by walking Carpenter, the only, free transportation iasacd in the ; fame. Then Cory got a bit, and iSSneaton laid down a grounder at De-Idtr*^ feet that caused all the trouble. O'Connor behind the bat played a Sterling �am*, and in the tmlacky -foarth h* cut down two batters by ticking bard sky fouls. I�fty struck out itha nut man and was out of trouble for the rest of the game. In the aext innings after two were down Itebison and Carpenter ppked out ilBtleB but died on third and second. In this game the locals played whirlwind ball, and while they had four errors chalked, vP against them De-Mar was the Only one -who made n fooBle that aoii&tea against them. In fheaepond-Hao^ Hadeon, who hit like � (ifnd in the game, getting three hits out qf/four times up and milking Mapper in left travel to get' the fourth, atartitd oH with a clean double. The next two were outs but Charlie O'Con' s;dr came along with a sizzling double .foortng Hudson. O'Connor scored when Napper dropped one off DeMar'a bat. md BaMar was cut down at home wltien he tried to cross the pan on Shorty JUunroe's nice single. The locals added another in the third trhen GIUIs got on on a fielders choice, scoring on Hudson's second hit of the day. To make the game aafa t^ey added opp-. on Green's single., 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 to its, feet by staging double plays which got Robinson cut of di(-ficuIUes. ., The Second Game lib the second game looked as bad as they did good la the morning. Mc-Kinley w�nt�on)the slab and the big feIlo,w hadn't any too much opportunity to show' what was in him. The fielders booted consistently. At that McKinl^y didn't have any more on the baU �tl|aa the law allows and failed to mix- them np. The result was that the TialtoTS were slamming them, and the neldera:]iad their work cut out. That|''\it;lnui too much was plainly .sbowiki la the unlucky seventh when ^e^outtteldeta in succession'drotJped ithreto flies,'each man putting > good jaley'one in .-Uie error column. At tltat, oauide the seventh, the game was alt tp the merry; The Hatters ^hlt MeKinley hard getting'nine btngles good for 11 bases off him in '�tk-aad oiia>tlita-d innings, after which DeHar went to his rescue, holding tbenirto twoililts and no runs for tlie baURQO.of tba game. Trpnt pitching for ^e TiaitMiB let the locals down witbr f^ hits no two of which came in the same^innings. The visitors had ttre* boots which helped the locals to erosa ibe pim four times. The crowd at the afternoon was arotuS the 700 mark and it was too bad tbut they were not on deck for the maiaing session, Briggs and our old Mead Downing, formerly manager of tbo locals, handled the games in fine style. The crowd evidently likes the doable tunplre system. - On* of tbebHght spoU of the afier-aboa gaat* i�aar a beautiful peg by pie, Xapper to Bracken, Carpenter to Bracken to Gillespie; struck out; by Robinson 7. by De.Mar 8; bases on bails, off liobinson 2, off DeMar 1; earned runs, Letiibricige 3. Medicine Hat 0. Umpires: Brings and Downing'. Second Game The bos score: Medicine Hat AB. R. H. PO. A. E. Carpenter, If .. ..5 0 0 3 0 0 Cory, c..........4 0 0 9 0 0 Smeaton. lb ...... 5 1 1 11 1 0 Bracken, 2b ...... 5 2 2 ^ 3 1 Wilson, ss......5 1 :i' 3 5 1 Robinson, 3b..... 4 2 0 0 2 1 Gillespie, rf......4 2 2 1 0 0 Squance, cf......5 1 1 0 0 0 Trout, p........5 0 2. 0 'i 0 In The Major Leagues NATIONAL Won. Lost. P.C. Won. Lost. PC. .\"ew York ,-,. . Hi .727 Chicago ...... ... 19 7 .731 Brooklyn . /. . 1.'. - .682 Cleveland ..... .... IG S . .667 Cincinnati ... ... . 1.". !> .625 New York ... . ... 12 7 .632 Philadelphia . . ... . 10 y .r.2ff St. l�uls ..... ... n 12 .478 Pittsburg ... . n i:i .458 Boston ....... . , . .' 9 12 .478 Chicago ... ..... . 11 i;! .Ao8 Washington ... ... 8 13 .;!S1 Boston ..... ..... it 14 .263 Detroit....... .1..' 10 11 .417 St. Louis ____ 11 IS .250 Philadelphia ... ... 4 It) .200 Total Leth bridge: ...^2-91127 14 3 A.B. R. H. PO. A. B. Munroc, ss ,. .... * 0 0 1 2 0 Green, If........ 2 1 0 1 0 1 Gillis, 2b ........ 4 0 0 1 2 0 Rldpath, cf. 3b .... 4 0 1 1 0 1 Hudson, 3b, cf .... 3 0 0 2 3 2 Murphy, cf...... 1 1 0 0 0 0 Perko, rf........ 4 2 3 3 0 1 Uvlngston. lb .... 4 0 0 10 0 0 O'Connor, c ...... 4 0 0 7 0 1 McKlnley, p......l 0 0 0 4 1 DeMar, p........ 1 0 0 0 10 Total..........32 4 4 26x12 7 *Robiniion out on infield fly. Score by Innings: R. H. E. Medicine Hit .000 310 500-9 11 3 Lethbridge . ..010 000 012-4 4 7 Summary-Three base hits, rGilles; pie. Bracken; stolon bases. Bracken 2. "WTilson. Robinson, Trout 2, Green, Ferko; double plays, Bracken to Wilson to Smeaton; Trout;to Wilson to 3meat6n; struck out by Troiit 10, by MeKinley 3, by DeMar 2; bases on balls, off Trout 5, off MeKinley 1,. off Diemar 1; ^med 'runs. Medicine^ Hat 3,:, Umpires: Briggs and Down^i lag. 1 0 and 1 0 SATURDAY GAMES Cincinnati............. 1 5 Boston................ -I 7 Fisher and Rarlden; Neht Gowdy. - � ' Philadelphia...... ..... 6 Cliicago ... ............ '( 11 Vaughn, Douglas and Killefer, Daly; .lacobs and Adams. Brooklyn............. (> 7 4 Pittsburg.............. 4 7 2 Grimes and Krueger; .Mayer, Adams and S^vfeeney. St. Louis ............... 6 14 2 New York ..............-2 3 1 Tuero and demons; Barnes, Schupp and Gonzales. AMERICAN S 2j und 6 �I Kinney SUNDAY GAMES PitLsburg 1............. 0 Brooklyn ........ ..... '> Hamilton, Evans Smith and Kreugor. St. Louis .........---- 1 2 1 New York.............. 6 9 2 Goodwin, May and demons; Causey and Gonzales. (Only two games scheduled.) and Sweeney; WESTERN CANADA Saturday 'Jli�mes First game-  Moose Jaw......... 0 Saskatoon............ 3 Lathan and Wally; WilUams Byefs. ;> Second ga*e- Moose Jaw......... .. 0 gbskatoon ........... 6 Murphy and WallJt Dpnovan Byers. 8 3 9 0 and 6 2 9 1 and Hhoiiy Huatoie. In tiie eighth after two were down Braokeh leaned against one of DeMar'^ slaata and set it far over Hndton'sbead In the left centre. Harry tore after it.:relayed It to Munroe who by i. perfect peg to O'Connor cut the rnaaer down at the plate. It was a good.homer gone to glory. Following will give the details of the games: Th* Flrat Qsm* The box score: A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E. ..311120 1 1 0 0 0 0 ft 1 Mediae Hat: Carpenter, cf Cory. 3b .... Smeaton, c .. Bracken, 2b .. Wilson. �s .. Gillespie, lb......3 Porter, rf........3 Napper, If 8 Robinson, p......* Trout .. ........1 'Johnson........1 .. 4 .. 4 .. 3 .. 4 PUGGYMORTi GETS DECISION OVER PAULSON AFTER GREAIBAnLE SATURDAY GAMES Philadelphia ..... ...... 2 Cleveland .,........... � Siebold, Taylor, Johnson, and Perkins; ISnzraann and O'.VeilL Washington........... 1 9 2 St. Louis............... 2 4 0 Harper and Plcinlch; Weilman and Billings, Mayer. Boston ..... ........... 3 7 1 Detroit..... ,.......... 5 11 1 Petanock, .Mays and AValters; Ehmke and Alnsmith. New York......;....... 2 8 2 Chicago............... 1 5 0 Thormahlen and Ruel; Faber, Kerr and Sch^lk. SUNDAY GAMES Washington........... 5 S 0 Chicago............... 6 13 1 Shaw, Ajrres, Cralt, Johnson and Picinich; Loudermilfc,' Kerr, Danforth and Schalk. New York............... 5 10 3 St. Louis .......... 6 7 3 Mogrtdge, Nelson. Russell and Ruel; Shocker and Mayen Boston ................ 2 U 2 Cleveland'----,......... 3 8 ,0 'Mayes and Walters; Bagby and O'Neill. Philadelphia.......... 2 6 2 Detroit ................ 3 7 3 Rogers and McAvoy; Dauss and Ain-smith. Majority of Fans Think Cappy Smart Should Have Called It a Draw 0' 1 0 0 ToUls Lethbridge: Monro, yss......4 Green, It Gillis, 2b ..38 2 4 24 11 4 AB. R. H.PO. A.E. Ridpath, Cf, 3b . Hudson, 3b, cf .. Ferko, rl .. .. Livingston, lb .. O'ConUbr, e ,.....S DeMar, p........3 0 13 1 10 0 0 Total ........30 4 7 27 13 4 Score by innings: R. H. - E. Medicine Hat .000 200 000-2 4 4 Lethbridge ..021 000 oix-4 7 4 Summary-Two base hits. Hudi>on and O'Connor; stolen bases, Cory, Wilson. Green 2; sacrifice hits, Brai lien; double plays, Robinson to Gll-es- A WELL-EQUIPPED EMERGENCY KIT AND KEUr-SPRINGFlELD TUtES will make your holiday trip a pleasant one. See us betore start-iBf put. . THE LEE AUTO SUPPLY Co. 416 FOURTH AVENUE "What is the decision, a draw?" asked Young Maxwell at the epd of the tenth round of f^ist fighting Saturday night between Fuggy Morton of Chicago and Mike Paulson of Minneapolis, at the Majestic. After consulting his note book, in which he made entries at|er each round, Referee Gappy Smart of Cialary walked over to Morton's corner and raised his hand, signifying that in his opinion he was the better man. Perhaps one of the smallest crowds on record was present to see what turned out to be one of the best bouts ever staged in this city. Not more than 250 fight fans were on the job, but they- were treated to ten rounds of very fast milling. Botli Morton and Paulson are willing mixers, and there was no let up from the first round until the final gong at the end of the tenth round. Kid Shu�ian of Seattle had been billed to fight Morton but he was taken ill with uppendicitis and t%e local promoters were obliged to get Paulson to substitute. They were fortunate in having so good a man in the neighborhood, for Paulson had fought Harry Anderson ten rounds to a draw � few days previous in Calgary, and had not returned to Minneapolis. Perhaps the' illness of Shuman bad something to do with the small crowd, but it is doubtful-whether Shuman would have made any belter showing than Paulson. At any rale, tile fans were satisfied with the bom,-'but there was some criticism of the decision in favor of Morton. In tlip first round Cappy Smart cautioned Paulson for hitting in the ciinchna, as he had unuounced Just previous to the main go that Canadian rules would govnm. and the men were to break at his word. It seemed to the fjiHH that Cappy was partial to Morton's style of fighting and rendered his decision accordingly. We will admit Morton Is a gopd man, and be sure packs -a wallop, but as a baseball fan would say, his control was poor, for he missed on many occasions. Both boys appeared to be in the best of shape, and went at fMll 5pee(l|^rpm the start. HARRISON KAY0E6 DILLON     ?   SMPHIB, Tenn.. !May 26.- Phil Harrison, of Chicago, knocked out Jack Dillon, of In-diapapolls, iil the second round of their scheduled 8-round bout here Saturday njgbt.- Harrison dazed his opponent in the first round and Dillon was barely able to start the second rounrt. They are middle-weights. NORTHWESTERN First^game- Vanoouver.........> ... 3 5 0 Seattle........'...... 1 6 0 Barnham and Patterson; Lukanovic and Boelzle. Second game- Vancouver............ 1 Seattle.............. 2 Clink and Patterson; Gibson Boelzle. _I__ PACinC COAST Morning game- Portland ............ 1 2 ."i Saa Francisco......... " 6 o Jones, Cooper and Baker; Sealon and McKee. Afternoon game-Portland ............. 'i San Francisco.......... 2 Oldham aud Koehler; Smith McKee. Morning game- Seattle............... 2 in 2 Los Angeles......3 6 2 Mails and Schang; Aldrldge and Boles. Afternoon game- Eeattle ... ... ........ 1 08 Angeles........... 5 Falkenburg, .Bigheo & Cook; dall and Lapaii. Oakland ... .......... 5 Salt Lake......... ... S Brenton and Elliott; Marklu Byler. Vernon ... ....... 2 Sacramento........... I Houck and Brooks; Plercy, and Murray, 7 1 U 1 Cran- 11 2 14 2 and, 5 2 S 0 Vhnce -HAIL-^ INSURANCE � IN TKB ' . % BEST C0M1>AN1ES IMMEDIATE bOVEMlNa PROMPT ADJUSTMENTS LIFE INSURANCE IN THE CANADA UFE Established 1847 A Policy to Suit Every Need . SEE H. J. H. SKEITH Sherlock Bik. Phone 1343 Penticton will get along witaioul publicity agent the coming year. THANKS LORD READING 7 2 6 1 and LONDON. May 26.-David LlOyd George, the British premier, has addressed a letter to liOrd Reading, conveying the govem|nent'8 thanks for the conspicuous tiv^lce rendered the empire vhlle I^rd Reading was acting as �ml>a8Bador to the ' United States, "^he letter assures Lord-Reading that he returns /to his judicial duties with the gratitude and goodwill of the nation and empire. > (. � At OTTAWA. May 23.-The following casualty list 'wiis issued today: ' Infantry III: Lieut, (acting captain) Robert Burchell, MC, Glace Bay, N. S. Seriously wounded: Lieut. Wilfred Derbyshire, M.C., England. Medicals Died: Hon.-Capt. and Quartermaster J. P. Scott, Scotland. Will^M StRVICI STAIION What the Wiilard Service Station Man WiU Do For You Having examined your battery, he will tell you its exact condition. , , He will explain ita relation td the rest of the electrical system -starting motor, generator, lights, ignition, and so on. It these are not in proper adjustment he will tell you, ho that you can have them properly cared for. . - He will tell you how yonr driving condltlonig affect -tke battery. Ho will show jrou JiOiiy to fill thb'battery as needed, every two week^, With pure water. After your first visit he will test the battery at any time you wish, and It things are not working as they should, he wUi give any advice necessary. 311 6th Stareet South PHONE 616 INTERNATIONAL Sdndsy Oamss Toronto E; Rochester 8. Buffalo 2; Blnghampton S. Baltimore 6; Jersey City 2; (11 Innings). Reading 1; Newark 2 (11 innings). Second-Reading 1; Newark 6. We Employ Trained Meclianics Only It is an expensive expeHment to allow the untrained ta net his experience on your car. Bring your automobile troubles to us and laarn to know real conomy. D. S. WILUAMSON CO. '^^"'^^ T"**"^^'*" POORTH ^VENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDQe The first two rounds looked even to the average fan, but in the third Morton showed at his best. He is very fast on his feet and he was all over Paulson in this round, and the fans sure did applaud him when he-went to his corner. Paulson's round titiLB the tenth and last, and in the writer's opinion his strong flninh should tiave entitled him to a draw. He left the, ring without a mark, as did Morton. We are not in a position to dispute the referee's decision as we are not an jauthority on the fine points of the gam|iMI9Rlf^: ' '. inWi:i�ie(P:�CVOUIM^ PRICES THE NASH PERFECTED VALVE-IN-HEAD MOTOR � [\ Value above the ordinary in the Powerful Nash Six QuietnosB is a Quality which contributes much to motoring satisfaction. Owners liko a ciuiet motor and a car that is froe as possible from rattles and squeuks. This is undoubtedly one reason for the popularity of the Nash Six .wherever It Is iUv service. It Is unusually nolseloss,, ev^b aftor many miles of service. Buyers, it will pay you to see this Nash before buying. Baalim Motor Co. 409 3rdAVENUE^OUTH ;