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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tiir r.ivniRi\rDC.K f/AiLY iu:n.\t.n PAGF. THREE "BRINGING UP FATHER" By G. McM anus HERE'b THE BROOM- S^W^^:''>K^f v/(�ll - mr. - vhw fciRiW'T.'j yam v-it'CE at TV-Wb HOUR  'NR-E. VOO ISO" DOCTOR -BUT I'M foils' TO 1351  \^k"", CCMC HOME with me.: Central..........1 n|.'. u 2 n x �-1 0 Si. Basils........I ii :: (l 5 1 o-10 Double play, Morrison to Audeltc; hit by pitcher. Morrison, (irisen: base on hiills. off Grcoii n. off I'lnchuk .1 | in "� innings, off Kennedy '�' in :: in-niiigs; .strifk nut by Uree;> .">, by i'in- ' chak 2. by Kennedy 2. liuplre .1. II. Fleetwood. League Standing Central..........4 n Fleetwood........ :: 1. Westminster...... 1 H. Basils........ o ! 1IHIII ."fid .2.-.0 .00/1 Big League Baseball ft NATION AT, Won. Lost Vow York .. . . . . 20 11 Philadelphia . . ... 21 12 "hieago .. . . . .. . 25 n; in it; P.rooklyn .. .. ... l:-1. 17 doston..... . .. 12 17 24 12 2f> l\C. .Mr. .030 .fill) .433 .414 .4011 .;i24 AMERICAN Won. Chicago...... Boston...... New York . . Cleveland .. St. Louis .. Detroit........ 14 Philadelphia ..... 13 Washington...... HI Hi 20 If Lost. 14 10 15 20. 23 21 24 �P.C .1)07 .dir. .r.71 .524 .:i95 .400 ..'JO I ,:!42 SWATFEST F 1HE R 1 ti 2 Kllcr Giants Leading New York, May 3U.-New York took tin! National louguc lead from rhila-rlctphiii today by defeating that team 3 to 2 In the morning and r> to 1 in (he afternoon. The Giants hit Alexander hard, especially in the pinches. Philadelphia .. . .ono 101 ono-2 4 1 New York .. . . .010 000 020-3 4 3 Lavender and Killirer; Anderson, Perritt and l.ui-fden. McCarty. Second game- Philadelphia .. . .000 OoO ir,o -1 r, 4 New York.....000 203 OOx-ii 10 2 Alexander, Ocsehgcr and Killifer; Bcltupp and McCarty. Broke Even May ;'.0.-St.- Louis and rineinnall broke even in a double-header here today, the local team taking the lirst name S to 1. and the | visitors the second 4 to 2. lillcr re-, lieved Schneider in the second game 3iid allowed only one hit in four in-1 nings. | St. Louis......000 010 000-1 11 2 | Cincinnati.....300 013 II lx-3 14 0! Amps, Packard, llorstnian and Sny-ier; Modioli and Wingo. Second game- St. Louis......020 1)20 000-4 Cincinnati.....not) 020 000-2 |)o:ik and Snyder; Schneider, mil Wingo. Braves Are Coming Boston, May HO.-The Boston team closed its home series with a double victory over Brooklyn today, winning 4 to o in the morning and 2 to 0 in the afternoon. In the second game, nlthougli Urookly i batters outliit the locals, Tyler oulpifchod ('adore. Brooklyn......000 000 tlOO-o Boston.........000 ;J00 I Ox-1 Coombs ami Miller; Rudolph Howdy. Second game-- Brooklyn......000 (100 nun-'-0 Boston........020 1)00 00x-- 2 ii 2 Cadore and Miller; Tyler and Gow- Cubs Split Even Pittsburg, May .'!.--Pltlsburg spill nven will) Chicago today by taking ,lhn afternoon game 2 to I, after losing the morning ganie li to 5. The afternoon game was won largely through the effective pitching- of Carlson. Chicago................('. !l 2 Pittsburg..............r> (1 2 Ilondrlx. Aldridge, � l'rendergast, Douglas, Demareo and Wilson; Coop-er, Grlmos, .lacohs and Fischer. Second game- Chicago_......000 000 010-1 ri 0 I'illsbiirg......000 020 OOx-2 li I Demareo, Snaton and Elliot, Wilson; Carlson itntl Fischer. INTERNATIONAL Ttaltimora 3; Providence 5. Afternoon game- Baltimore 11; Providence fi. Montreal 1; Uochostei' 7. Afternoon game--Monti'Oftl 0; Rochester 7, Richmond fi; Newark li, Socond gnnio- Jliclimond 2; Nowarlt 1. Toronto 3; Buffalo 4. Afternoon game- Toronto 1; Buffalo li. 5 3 S 0 and 8 0 Athletics Blanked Twice Philadelphia. May 30.-New York shut out Philadelphia twice today. In the morning li to 0 and this afternoon in ii 1"> inning pitching duel. 2 to o. Willi two men out in the lath inning and the bases tilled, a base on bails to Peckinpaugh and Miller's single! scored Walters. ' Now York......303 000 000--IS S !� Philadelphia .. . .000 000 000 -0 ;i :: i Cullop and Alexander. Walters; Fal-kenburg. Myers, Seibold and Schang. Second game-New York 000 000 000 000 002-2 10 0 Phillies .. 000 000 000 000 00(1-0 5 1 Love and Walters; Schauer and Meyer. Schang, Haley. Senators Lose Two Washington, May ;!0.-Boston took both games of the holiday double-header, from Washington today, 4 to :i. and :'. (o 2. Hits bunched off Shaw decided the afternoon game. Boston........010 101 010-4 fi 1 Washington . .' ..000 001 110-3 10 2 Shore, Bader and Agncw; Gallia, Ayres and Henry. Second game- Boston........200 001 00n-3 0 1 "Washington .. ..001 000 100-2 ii 0 Bader, Peunock and Agncw; Shaw and Ainsmith. Good Pitching and Fielding Clevoland, May ;t(l. - Detroit took both games from Cleveland today 4 to 1 and fi to 1. Superior pitching and brilliant Holding were responsible for the victories which put Cleveland back in foil nil place. Detroit.........100 001 110-4 S 2 Cleveland......too ono ono-i i; r, Dolnml and Spencer; Bngby and O'Neill. Second game-Detroit ........:i00 000 020-5 11 0 Cleveland ......001 000 000-1 fi 2 F.limkc and Spencer; Gould, Morton and Billings. St. Louis and Chicago, postponed, rain. Fleetwood Wins From Westminster-School League Sees Some Good Ball Sport Summary Chicago, May 31.-Louis Chevrolet won the 250 miles interna-t'onrd sweepstake automobile race at Sharonville, Ohio, near Cincinnati yesterday, his average speed being more than 102 miles an hour. He raced the entire distance without a stop. His brother Gaston Chevrolet, was a close second, and Ira Vail, third. The annual 112 miles Memorial day race on the Uniontown, Pa., speedway, was won yesterday by I. P. Petterman, of Pittsburg. His time was one hour. 20 minutes and 55 seconds. David Koeictza, of Detroit, made what was declared to be the new world's hour record for a one mile dirt track, when be drove G3'/2 miles in Detroit. The former record was 62 miles held by Louia Lococq. The North Carolina Baseball League disbanded yesterday for the season because of lack of interest. Pitclier Charles Humphrey, of the Minneapolis team, has left the team and gone to Virginia, Minn., to play independent ball. Minneapolis yesterday released Pitcher Bill Rose, kseping a squad of but thirteen players, three of them pitchers. Norman Ross, swimming for the Olympia Club at San Francisco, broke the world's record for 75 yards back stroke at Alameda, Cal, with a mark of 51 1-5 sees. NEW BRAVES CATCHER. New York, May 20.-Fred Juek-litsch, former catcher of the Brooklyn Nationals and Baltimore Federals, signed n contract with the Boston Nationals today. He will report at once. juBLE-HEADER IN i SCHOOLS LEAGUE - - - ! Will Be Staged Monday Afternoon-School Holiday and Big Crowd Expected The next game in the Schools Leagu: will be played Friday night between St. Basil's and Westminster. On Monday next, being a holiday to observe the King's birthday, the league will stage a double-header at Eckstorm Park, starting at 2 o'clock, when Central mets Westminster and Fleetwood plays St. Basil's. There is sure tj be a big crowd out for this game if the weather is fine. Parents and ball fans should make it a point to be on hand to see the boys play. They are putting up a great brand of juvenile ball and a good crowd will encourage them. "Get this, Men-Something new in shaving on Sunday. See Tomorrow's paper for it." 1 Central 16, St. Basils 10. Fleetwood 13, Westminster 7. The Public Schools league staged a dutible header last night to catch up Hie games lost through (lie ."ecent rains. Central and Fleetwood were the winners and the race for the top of the league is growing hot. If Fleetwood can trim Central when these two teams nr:-:t clash, there will he a tie for the peiimiil. and the play-oft' will attract some crowd. Central trimmed St. Basils on the Eckstorm park grounds, taking the long end of a big score, 10-10. Green had St. Basils feeding out of his hand, letting them down without a walk and allowing only two hits. The hoys behind him played loose ball, Zeppelin-ing in the fifth, when St. Basils pushed over live counters. The boys kent throwing the hall round tho infield promiscuously. letting in several runs that should have been killed on the paths. Pinehak took the mound for Basils. He got a way alright in first two innings, but in tin; third Centrals fell on him and before smoke had cleared away 1" runs crossed the pan. Kennedy, St. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 2 Columbus 8. .Second game- Indianapolis 0; Columbus ;i. Louhiville ii; Toledo ii. Kansas City and Milwaukee, postponed, rain. St. Paul and Minneapolis, postponed, rain. NORTHWESTERN Seattle 2; Spokane il. Second pumo-'-Sontllo 7; Spokane 2 Groat Falls and Tacoinu, both games postponed, snow. Butto nnd Vancouver, both games postponed, �r.(iw. PACIFIC COAST Salt Lake Ii: Oakland 4. Second game- Salt Lake 2; Oakland 1. San Francisco 1; Los Angeles Ii. Second gamo- San Francisco 1; Los Angeles 7. Vernon S; Portland 6. Second game-Vernon 4; Portland 'A NORTHERN Fnrgo-Moorhoad 8; Winnipeg G. Second game- Winnipeg 0; Kwgo-Moorhead 8. Warrou 7; MInot 8. Second game-Warren 8; Mlnot 9. QUEER KAYO BLOW Des Moines, Iowa, May 21).-Charley Aronson, Kansas City, light-wolght was so stunned by the knockout blow dollvcrod by Solly Burns, of Minneapolis just boCoro tho end of the first, round of their scheduled ton-round bout hero lust night Unit ho wns barely nolo to sit up wlton, after a mlnttto interval, tho eo"6 sounded lor the rfocond rouud, St. the the the had Basils' regular pitcher, then went to the relief and stopped the onslaught, only two counters crossing the plate during his session on the mound. Morrison tightened his men up in the last two frames for Central, accov't-ing for tho Inst three putouts by his lonesome. Fleetwood 13. Westminster 7 The Fleetwood-Westminster end of tho double-header was staged at Westminster grounds with Untps Kennedy holding the indicator. The last game in which Floetwooil participated was a 2-1 affair in which tlie pitchers staged a duel. Not so yesterday. Sang held Westminster heavy swatters to iibnul three stingy hits hut loose. Melding behind him let seven tallies cross tho pan. Fleetwood hit Mc.Mnekln hard. Wylio was culling them down on tho paths, his whip working with deadly precision. Up to the 4th innings Fleetwood blanked Westminster, nnd trotted across with eight runs, but the norlhslders shoved across live in the IIfth ami throe in Die litli. This win leaves Fleetwood slill ono game he-hind Central in the race, and when these teams meet in their next, game the ponnant will practically be decided, Central-St. Basils Game Central- K. H. MeCambly, c........... 1 1 Nichols, If.......... 2 2 Morrison, ss.......... 2 Audotto, lb............ 3 Mutton, r�.......... 3 Robertson, cf.......... 2 Muscovltch, 2b.......... 1 0 2 Bissett, 3b.......... 1 1 0 Green, p............ 1 2 1 1 1(5 12 7 It. 11. EJ. St. Basils- Jnnoslck, If.......... ] Kennedy, Ih-p.......... ^ Pineluik, p-lb.......... 2 Negrey, 2b.....' .      1 McCormlck, ss.......... I P. Jnnosiek, rf ......:    10 � 'Zubueh, 3b............ 1 Barnard, el'....... Forko, ii.......... 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 i 1 i o o i o o i o i 10 2 Scoro by innings- Ago To-day \. led his dashing battle-cruiser squadron against the whole German igh Seas Fleet. He not only held them till Jellicoe arrived with his dreadnoughts-he hammered them so hard that they were glad to slink away in the misl to the harbors they have hugged ever since. .  - Admiral Beatty himself, now Commander-in-chief of the Grand Fleet, is a fitting type of the gallant British tars who guard the freedom of the world. Their sleepless vigil on the Seven Seas has been the dominant factor in changing the Kaiser's dream of world dominion first into a hymn of hate-then into a proposal of peace-and soon now into a plea for mercy. These are the lean, clean, efficient men who use most regularly and appreciate most thoroughly the Gillette Safety Razor. The Navy certainly believes in clean shaving, and agrees that the Gillette is the only razor that makes it comfortable, or even possible, day by day on a North Sea patrol. On land as well as on sea the Gillette Safety Razor has made a most emphatic hit with our fighting forces. Yet some of our brave Canadian lads still have to borrow one-or do without ! You could scarcely do a better turn to any one of them, soldier or sailor, than to send him a Gillette Safety Razor and a good supply of blades ! Then get one for yourself and you'll see how he will appreciate your gift 347 ;