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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1917 LKTHBHIDGE DA ILK HERALD PACK THREE 'BRINGING UP FATHER1' By G. McManus THERE'S> MI va JONE s BELiLE we MUYT Wr TO CET WITH I fM TO MY FAMILY I CAME: OVER I 1HE MWFLOV7ES? I fU TAKE LOOK; AT THCb HOUSE Aft WE'LL NEVER BE INVITED HERE ACMN- Big League Baseball Xeu- York Chicago St. Louis Hosloit' CiiicimiRll rittsbilrg Won.. 21 is 13 10 15 11 Lost. r.C. HI ..CC7 LI .Cla .515 .-164 .407 Cincy's Fail. Cincinnati. May Cincinnati could nol hit Wftlson mid SI. .Lcrals won today SI. I.ouis Cincinnati to 4. 030 IPO 1 )0 2 Meadows. and Gnnzftlcs; rtlug.- Knetzcr, Kllcr and Wlnso. Chicago and Pitlsljurk postponed. rain. Philadelphia ami Now Yorli, Lolh Klines, postponed, rain- Brooklyn anil Hoston, tl grounds. postponed, INTERNATIONAL Firsl 1, 7, 1; Tor- onlq (i, Second 0, 4 2; To, TOnlo 4, 7, 2. Newark and Buffalo, postponed, wcl grounds. Providence and lliltimurc. 'Bamcg postporietl, rnln. No other garons scncilulcd. both PACIFIC COAST Al -Angeles San Francisco 1, 8, 5; l.os Angolcs 0, 9, 1. -AL San Sail Lake 1, 2; Oakland 2. 6, 3, Al PorLlantV- 10 Innings B.SIi.'S; I'ortlillur.G, 10, 2. Vcrnon ASSOCIATION Toledo S. 13, 2; Columbus 0. I. 3. Kansan City 1. I, 0: Minneapolis 6, n. C'nUcd darV.ncss. 1, 7, 0; l.onlsvlllo 5, 1C, S. a-lcSnd InrlinnaroUs p, 3, 0; Milwaukee imd st: Paul. iioslpoatO, rain. Fargo-Muorfl- AMERICAN Won.'Lost. Cleveland New York 51. Louis...... Philadelphia..... Detroit.......-. iVashington H is IB 13. 12 13 10 14 P.C .335 -371 Belter Vilcher Thim Many ot the Recognized Stars of I he Major leagues Athletics Won -Two. hiladclnhia, May won'two games- Irom New--York to- day, 4.10.0 and 4. to 3.; In Iho first coiitest lliejiomr. team won by hard liltliiiB'or Fisher's delivery. Hclnnls won the second contest'1 iwo runs in the eighth. Lefty Lang is His Name and He is Said in be a Phenom COALDALE-TVJR1N TO PLAY double. While Son Win. Chicago, 3lay home .JD drive following two singles In the [Usl Inning today gave L'hlcago ;a lead which overcome.- St. Louis Chicago (iVoom, Hamilton ana at Hubsell, Cicoltc anil Scha.lfc. Boston Two. Washington, May .won bolli games or a double header.ironi Washington today 2 to i'and 9'to 0. Magralh- .1s flouring on springing ery. on Lelhhridge when by driving .in ihey town on inning a for thfilp fij.5t of season here; The Magrath boys have a new twirler in the pe.-son of Langr who Is booitcd-as Their bat- is Lang and Whiter, and the Ma- louay EBve iniLaKu flrathites say they don't care how St. Loms was unable thc are on the locals. [they will mow them down with prt omes from across the them from the awk ward side. .The ballls on Saturday ev- ening will be a battle of left handers and should provide some ex cltemerit. Magrath goes to Raymond on Fri day afternoon and slated that there is all kinds of real coin hanging on the qame. The Magrath team will be at'com- Lelhbrirfoe by a big aggre- asnmgion uvu uvu iw-i j t, f rooters from thft south coun- Lcouiinl and Thomas; Dumonl ami Jry roadt dry th- c line and flings In the first loday wos Jill for, only fourt safeties... Boston pbunilcd Harper in the secoinl gmnc. Iloslon 000 OflO 6 Henry. Second game Doslon a ghing ton 000 000 L antl Agncw; Harper and Ains- Cleveland Won In Extrj. 0. cad 2. b, 2. mith. Glcvclancl, May jilayctl ifnd won Us flrai extra inning finmc of the season Delrqfl 1 to Q. In Hie tenth innihg. Speaker who hatl singled, scored from second, when Harris doubled to right. NORTHWESTERN At 5, il, 2; Spo- kane 2, Al Great Fnlla yoslponcil, rain, Eamo posLponcd, BnQW. i I meantime. On Saturday evening also Ihsre Is going to be something doing at Coal dale, when the huskies of that.town will undertake to scalp the braves from Turin. The Turin team will in vade Coaldale for the game, and after wards there will be a big dance. 4 -S 1 TODAY'S GAMES Brooklyn Bos I on................ Coombs anil Milter; Itudoliih; Gem-fly. Arrierlcan fJciroit............... '4 S Clovoland............... 1 C Batteries not Riven. Above are" holiday games iiHyotl day. Leon, Ames, the" curve ball hurdler wbo pul in ahout nine years witli the Uiants. 'and who is now one of Ihe oldest imnatcs of (he National league in .point oT service, came close to a pitcher "at variou stages or his career, yet he o[ the unluckiest men wh ever, handled, a baseball. lie Is a good tlluslralion of the ol stager's point. Many and many a hurler has held cuployment in th big leagues In Ames' time on.Ies; than half of Leon's auilitj Iia been ot greater value to Ms club tha: the he could, win. Year in. and year onl Ames ha been topped in point of games wo by numerous throwers when an an alysis of the pitching has showed tha Leon did the better, work. A delallc account of he. lian lost, nfte "Von and I. may not live to see il, wcm't." said Frank Ban- ;roft. the Clncl business manager. -believe the time will conic vbcn there will be a real world's championship baseball scries. You mow. of' course, that Ihe so-called vorld's aeries so far have never been really emblematic of world's cham- no. Just American cham- >ionships. But I have been doing a ot of barnstorming wlili baseball clubs in fore] ED countries and the ;ame is spreading. Helievo me. when look two teams across the Pacific we round some mighty good ball jilay- irs In (he 'Philippines and some lively ones ol Japs'and Chinese iu tbc Ha- waiian islands. In the Philippines the soldiers hail introduced the game and the natives fell for it right away. That the game is spreading tn Japan and China is shown by the iinivcrsllj teams, especially those from Japan, which liavo come over here and play ed mighty good ball. Now, over In France, the Canadians have been play. Ing baseball back of the lines, and It tbc Yankees gel over, there you can bet your bollom dollar that part of (he equipment will he baseballs anil elKill paraphernalia, -and 1 Ihlnk at IFie present lima France Is quite likely to colton to almost everything Aniertra.i, Whether. (he English wil. really crer Eel over their cricket habit in favor of baseball is. of course another matter, but (here have been sonic amateur baseball leagues 3n that comilry; loo. So you sec that drcam is that sometime in the- future, after the war Is over and perhaps at or in connection with Olympic games, (Special to the Fernte, May report from Mi- chel readies here today elating that he Bohemian miners at that rncap ield a meeting last night at which there dcveloi.ecl a feelfng of dissaUe- acllon among ihe foreign element, and that some of them wanted to go to work without consulting the union officials. In consequence of last night's developments, a meeting ot the local was held this morning, but nothing transpired of consequence, Ibo mcetlug lasting but a few minutes and was adjourned without any action of. any kind being taken. Perfect quiet reigns qcre and local officials say Lbey have cot received any Intimation of orders bavlng been issued from Indianapolis retarding: tbe resumption or work, as bus been re- ported ID the press. The west-bound train brought a pil- ot-full or snow from Alberta today and the wind from (hat direction brings a reminder of winter vrealher. there viHI a YerCes Cor Ihe real baseball championship ot tbe world." EXPECT RUSSIAN ATTACK IlerJin, via London, JHay at- tack by lliissian and Roumanian troops is cxpcded, today's official re- port says. oulpHching opponenls on some llttl hrtak of- lough luck would fill col- umns. Tlie Ames "Jinx became famous. II is sllll pursuing I.eon around Si; Only other day he lost Game Affected by a Ruling of Western (iolf Association Chicago, Stymies in flay nro abolished by a. rcvotoflonary rule'promulgated by llio Westtrn Qolf flg'soclflllon loday for play In Ihn west- erni'nmatcur chairplonahlp, Tlio doo.i nway. So far as thrco- fourths of (lie United Stales anil ail of Canada artv concerned, Wllli one nJ tho mcnt dlsciisacd penalties of eoir, ulao eliminates to a largo extent Iho bolhcr of IIflint' Hie halla nn llic put- llnj; greens In _mcdal play.' The new regulation tinsels one ol tho cnnlliinl rules .of the ancient Hcol- llfih E3T110 by nfovlctlng that (lie bill nenrCst Hie hnts all a II he played ftr.it when liolh halK arc on tha pulling llcrolofore. the ball farthest from thc.hMc fi'a'd to playeil flrnl In liole piny, where thn conlesl by hoi a, tlic Old rule fl slymlo vilivn tho ball nearest the hole rtlr'ecl lino of play of tho ball farthest from Lhe cup. Tn mpdal play, the old rule de- manded that tho ball nearest thc liolc be played or lifted tintlC-lho farthest from tho hole hart boon.played, U tho first player rteelred, as bo would Buffer n perinlly ol one stroke If his .ball hit iho .ball of his fellow compelllor. The new rule "When both nails are on the putting preen, tlio hall nearest thc liola bo played flrsl. If a atymlc nxlsta, nnd thc ball si lie within a putter's length of each albcr, thc ball farthest from Iho holo must lifted on rcriiicst until the nearer ball lias been played, and llicn replaced hi Its presorts Me. Penalty for violation, loss of bole tn match play, Iwo .'MroltCG medal play. Under no circumstances, except aa nbovc. shall n ball on the putting grccir Lc llftctl. I'hycre in nil rounds imiBl observe'this nilo. Ami Ignor- ance of It will not be accepted as an excuse for Its breach." The ride promulgate! today Is.llic 1WM radical Hcllop. of Uio tlolf aeaorlallon unacr llio present nd- mlnlatratton. lle.licrl Ihinlcr la still WAlling for his chance ly ahow he can do. Vor Ilic' prnacnl the lormer Olant (a arming Iho Cubs' bentli ho had kon h vow Hint If IIP, ever Into the samrc he'll things iuiin. one ol his celebrated gamoa. John J. AlcGraw likes to make Mm- seK.Uunk be docs riot believe In lurk in basebnll. He docs, of cour.se. Every baseball m.an docs, no matter how A mucb be may doprCcftte the Idea, and McGraw is csEcnllally a baseball maiK "Jihx said McGravr NORWEGIAN SHIP SUNK "Uoninna, Spain, via Paris, May The Norwegian ship Una. 3.001) tons dny. Ames. "Thc-troublc ltlnE nf willi Is lie's afraid to pul his stuff op the ball In" pinches: That's his tough hick." And yet McGraw himself will prob- nbly.ndtnU that the game on the open- trig day 'ot 1SQD in New York, when Ames did not allow Brooklyn a hlovri was sunk, yeslcrdny, by n German In nine Innings, only to see thu pas- Gubmarlne. The captain and crew otllimc lost in [lie thirteenth, savored 14 have reached Corunna. somewhat, ol fo'iigli luck. "Watch Fri- day's paper Will tell about Sunday's Shave." Davis' "PROMOTER" Cigars three qualities: Size, meat generous, cott considered. 2. Quality, extraordinarily good; mild, mellow. 3. Condition, prime. Sold by .aD good tobacconists at 3-for-25c BuiK to Give Lasting Service The Series are the beat cars (lie great Canadian Sludebaker factory.at cn-illc, Ontario, has -ever produced. They have been perfected by four years' experience m'th Ihe same basic desigri. Tlicy embody njpely in me- chanicabconitructiafl. wm'tqwyje 't over- the 17, wmdb wage such a throflgb- oul Llic Dominion' m 1916.' Tliry arc made o( cattfoBy ulcctcd tnateriili, trrtid and developed in Ihe great Slndebaker Uboratoria. Their w-orkmanship is aperknctd, mil carefully supervised. The inspections are rigid and exacting in the extreme! Studehakers are protnblj the powerfal ein oa Ihe market in ratio to their weight In ratio, to power they are most' ecoBOnrieil in 'the consumption of line. i. For thete reilom Studctiktr? stini op oa the nari. cst, billieit drivti in all Canada and under the racking tests of tne road at a tmnimum cost for Let us prove the quality and economy ti Stidibaken us give you ihbrough 40 H.-P. FOUR 50 H.-P. SIX F. 0. B. S1375 The Studebaker Garage J. T. Graham, Prop. 322 Sixth H'.nti. WF H AVF FOR SAIF IT L lln IL 1 unLL New 1917 Ford Car Jinr Ford, nearly new .1 i Fords, each One Overland ____ CARS AKE ALL IfTFIfltT CLASS CONDITION BAALIM CO. BACK OF UNION HARDY. HOLHAFI, I ;