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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta m TENNIS ,11 TO SAIL I Pl�y UMtMi SUt�� In ProKminSify _ rtat^.it New York *ep Divis ��'Cup Challens* ^�:r*S� AuBteaJIa, April the ;i^gayjtft;?la'ffn teimls team iplU am rp#e;.^Bit�d states on the steamer ^JraJ leaving Sydnay on April 5 ipt'ithfe Amerloan teaw li one bif ^^fr^lnary ties for the Dwlght j^^vlij! iitornatlonal lawn tennis ^Uw wiat exfressed Iby thc Am^ ^: 11�t the  inatcAes be playied iJlMl^SW^Jnltea States. Horace Rice MljK^tila�se'Anthony iP. TViMlng oil ;�I)^;t0aoi as the latter -will be qnable ,jBa(^5>lay. The 'other AustraUans are: Jsr M. Soust and Campbell Jonea; The �atloba. -wliiojl/wjli meet, in .the pre-JlJBlDJry ttes'afet, XJnHed States v& la' spaaWntr dtcthiei?iB8trii; 30. ;;Allo>-^^|jig,ample time; to orosa. -aje contia-i aflfcsby �a�y stages, as no. doubt they ii'jfeJj*?!?^ ^ j��*�waraI'stopB.-thoy' Jt�|||ioia'^tkrea! Tfeeis^oHi^ScI .p^piratwcrvto meeting ;tha Affl.-; gsnvB'hB. Sujsli^an arrangement would l^ljM 'the d�H%tocxtheVmfitohaa: lafte ,^^^)il> antta�t^iBiimt,^'i;n ffia"BpHes is oni Quied.^ti�:i�.d6-id fln or Defuv TuIyV-l^^^^qgp tbe llchall^ogii mtbhes ^'^at 'the .^^JUj^sii'lJBUa Koldark at^^tiUiledoii iSw^JvUT 20. 96 and A . . , Si�rJawOhK- iSTATE, '-flsvitfal-^of Turf Circuit-JfJr^toMwt-i.- .-at Belmont Park on May 30 S^ISev-ifofk, April MAdON, TEXAS This bleture-fllvee an Idea of iho diaastrolia floods through the 8oBtnern States! It Is^a'plcture'of th't Toronto's training'oam>, at" Maeon,. Jexas, thr�bi,ftst under water. I ' UAJQIE SURPniSES THE -':';.�''�;i,&i;NATIVe� in THE SOUTH - if__� ThrifWt^air to iFlMrt-Witholit tboklng ;;;^^.''i!^-r;i;.j9raatios:'Qame'at''''New'' ' ' ' " drieans New- brleans, April 4.-Larry La-JQJt^HS'probablyt^k only second base-naaagittlthVi^'lg ifeagao'who cani^ t^jflfis^'i^thout fqoking at the bag; a ^'.raring ;S'aijday's5 gam� Larh" scopp;; ed'ifp vOno Jiist -.over second baaei' ajBdHtthnt ioMatf Ms head to look, i8botj^the:*allvstfjajght liito:;tha:iw^ lng,*ands of Doc.^ Johnston____: -;?po8li!'.* ekblaimed. a fan in the ataadd^ '"he dldn't'even look to see if "the'flMt baaenian. was there.' A^id It is true.' Qftentimes the .^lay ia ^0 close and ,the toall cOmea so sSlovly^ltfta^I^plpihaa;jus);;;time e^^ bngk :to'pJok; andii,thro w^^^ tp^loofc. He.haa prficticed tliif and trained hlm^^If so much that ntfw aZi-.'''.................. MACklNrSIGNED Uf�. " AIong';Vi�thf'Arnold and. McDonald . . -;Wi(tp?�"Prl��.'1%^* Staff- / Spalding-Ball Adoptisd ',,.BdmonW 'Api?ll 4,-President P. s*asth&iB:�ini-,aha5SBh^a'iright, ^ali-.-witjii .fern details ,4o bd af--nMft^;t05'wlll''ibe ieady=to open the '^n May 6tlL'T�steri|| *artr0 fromithe (Urectors Washington Had Game 'Wjon ' (fntil the Ninth With the Boaton v � � Natlonaisi .  ., '' mjihington;; ^Lpl^llt''i.firhe Washington Amerrcana'ijhaaHo&y's gamerfflth the Bosfon Ki^tionalS' won, until the ninth Inning, ifrhaji^ Oallis. a Tecrnll^iwho replaced John^tonj^tile'w up. and Boston got eigiij;'j�ki? si^cross. Johnatok, had pitched f!^pI6K^l4ly^^to six innings, allowing ~^iit oiiff hit. k:ore: ' ' ' Boston...........; ... gig 4 Washington ... :.. .,.1 7 IQ 3 /Batteries: Hess, Brown,^jTamostand Harlden; Johnston,' Galjis and Ain- PhUadelpbla. April 4.-Bji;-taMni^ today's game, making it; the tourtb "straight, the PhiladelpWa Atnei^oans �won the local spring aeries from,the ffianSi Park oil M"l'orul-,^Ptty.:Ma:>| iif ' ^i^-Jli' �^^itixe close of the Belmont.,. a twslvo^ay me^at b� opined on thi> Jai^atc^'jtra^. ivA folloiring this thore 1^.1)0 Ji|c|lngi! Bt^Saratoga ail the raontfi,^?Atitn�t.| :utler again BEArj'ci ' Jtii*a, April 4 -Ohartua^ 'tPBO 4l�Ie.atiid Cas�nsJ>of tonight, at cnKltlaslcatelirean,^^, straight fallfi '(l^i^t. ^ . A Good Frlend^^.,, jTUfi One of tbo host friends. rramalaed true ta ate iMnf^^^ pEM^aVan a^ter I lfl;;t iisiin's lay Col IPHONE 613-WINE DEPT. m votGar?5'?l"0D0, 'towards' the expenses, "ftn^MrJaiso-oBsWlsed-to see^W [oitalilef grotindfB are secured. Jt Is Aiky-. 9. manage?;' will- be' appointed tQllay, ,tbVvfouB;.aten*havIng, appUca-'ti'pns'. in! W tlilr portion -being liarry '�tper."^'a .OW^';Q'firien-of the Cal-.Mry.qlub^'.Cjr'B&anett and Qalgley. '^W"" '�^evy'Umpire Appojntod :4$ll^fjki^'6p:^^lT^,' impo^ant ^l>i..A.v,p.>5^j,j^o^jgiigues, was com. eitei^a^*wii^ohnS3|iSl^ crioWrtJie'gani? P*pi*iW: lltlonlwfll .have- iu|fi5ilr]ijJ jeV'^h*"' te^offictaUng. Cliattanooga. -�T,enn.;-, and, & .v,,,o5c!aga ' Arnold has return-Js^�Jl^'|cl'^ contract. '.Ml - Macdo�i a^d^-a \ji60epWce been delayed ovi��.torthe flppds that are at pres-ekWlng'jtoW J� the souih. HlGHLANDfeRS'WORK OUT 'n^^^T-,\.V AT-rPOLO GROUNDS A^w^^^^^ -, ; Citance's", M^tf' "'in' Good'' Condition- ' Play BroqklynrToday in Practice Game IB RECRUIT BLEW UP smith, Williams. ATHuktlCS ANOTHE^R,^ ; For Fourth Time Mack's M^n.,, Defeated National Leaguers' Wjth Ease ' , * ' University of,,Michigan Ativloer sind , Firit. Assistant' Mjinager'of: St � ' Loul|':i^%'r^wn� Gives SoKie Poihtiri for Young Bal[. ' ^ ' Players Ana Ai'boT.'^'jlpri] 4.-Every,' ball that pan be oaijght eaa.he hit That is the flrfttipririoiple In the 9/(t-of h^t-tjiig,, ao):oVdlng'.;to Branohi 1 Rlo^eyi haaebaU'Ooaohiof the Univeraity.ot-MioljlgfBa, ex-a^ia^c* leagner, -ana -flrsi as8iBt*nt' to;i Col. Hedges, owner of the, J �tv Louis Browns. Iviokey la afc: present training the ft^ar^reornltgiatiipe unlVerSityi/in tbo-great ni^tloilikl ^game. Naturally his 0hl$t;Jd�BlKa;ii8�|^i;turp out a by :qJoutewr;>i;Aij usual, he la fliidlng many Varsity ^ possibilities whosd; plfce pa^l*ie,T�gular team j�Quld"l5 fthd l�JPie, hiy^ . jd'eap iand:iag*alned>oonylfeUon~ that a good j>attar, like a genius^ i� bom and riot nmdai! Most of th'emi by the olaas. ~ The; others, vlotlms of aide-steptlog,v��dK6iher habits which inean:*iailurePtfl(-;.hit, think they are horn Tjlth the^i'eoonceived notion that hitting is; jfc?gift not to beleamsd. attd:l*BaottMofci/;ls a lesson on the topic; "What;"you can learn about bftttlngiV: iiAjiftimokey saya its first principle iB Hhat any ball that can he caught can Mhit-r Armed -with .an old sort of',a .hat, f^Afckf^'chaitengas any and all pitoh--' ers, loft or^righteihanders, apeed'TOor' ohantsiior erQW^ihall artiota, ta:shDQt one at him that he cannot -deflect' from Its .ooufse with the bat. , With the,pitpher in the boxf, Rlislf takes'his:sta"a*(.; His eye is oh.^ the baU-in itheyllingor'a hand, As it .aitarts. he watclieB jits course, just as though' he^weregpJngJitOJ�catch it. BtisJ-bai is held, mdtionliSBS, seemingly ;forgbtr ten. As the^ibaUVseems about td^pass him; outigofeBsihe;hat. bingcj^ th^jfeiJ' ^ slaps against' th'&i wood, and there ' yon are. ^ , ; " \ ' tiast spring;?:when the sQuadti^aS' out on Ferry; Meld, "Blok' hit 29 balls out of^^O ijurled'ist hjffi by Sisler; the 6peediest:man�Michlga,n. has had-iUi the pitching ha� for a long time- He explalned-'hls ahil^:^ to do bo by sayr: ing that >^ll^heipye^ did was to cop? centrate dn';tbe^,'/d�a that th(� ball was not goingf!t(^3|et by^hto: it he did not want li.toi&oiS'o. � ..- ' . .'li-ii.e'-ii Tvon the local spring series from,the not w.a^t it t�,a�:8o. , -, - Philadelphia NalionalS., The-siore^ "Fojget a r|thpflti,hibtlng it out of was 8 b 3; sewe: ^ ' \\ J' "'the Kjt. Ju^t..4e�M.*' " XT-M___-I, ./^ii& if you do that' you're a fair better." .And,, he doesnt contend that;lie can.^g^e.any^ball,player more'than that.;,,,, , BOWLIN53 TOURNEY 7 AT ROCHESTER . b A lOe. Cigiif WATCH THE ASH :tiltt,�ome.^Pl�de CWe" Cigars, tliei^o are aluminum tags it l^'ft^ ajc. tag in wwy 4�r^f ^oiirtirpliihlyttinkit the most fM^^^^^^ smoked. Ask Your C3garMan. J. BRUCEv PAYNE 3 6RANBY,F.Q. So try the �Flor de Clara!*. No'matter what loc.rCigar you have been sntokiug, we know that the full, .rich, sweet, mild, satisfying flavor of "Plor de Claro" wiU appeal to you. am PARI-MUTUEL BEHING ' MACHINES PROVE BIG-' SUCCESS IN FRANCE I weight o't'hls own money serves to sholften the odds.' 'It 4oes away with 'the jockey "bjrtbei- and the middleman, because' there no one to profit by 1=^.^en racing comes' back .to the XTnited States I, hope thi^t it will 'be under the parl-mutueli system.: ttoiw in ubo in IJYance, says Frank O'NbUI, irWfK?VanderbiIt% Jqokfecfvi^ the leading rider in'France^ I know .that it is aiistomary: for people-going abroad to praipe ^erprything Enropean/ andlrfrowtt upon things in: ow own' country, but no one that haft never seeuv racing in scan imagine tbe'v-wonderful suocess the sport has achleyed under the system. 1 have heen^ besieged Vlth" question's asking me^to explain the. system A of betting; and the American people seem to: the defeat of a horse. The' pari-' tautuel stands for clean, high-class facing with none of the features that followed bookmaklng. Rochester, N.Y, April 4.-The annual tournament pt the National Bowling association wlU^.^pen here tomorrow night: with l5S;'-five-man tegmB, , , . 333 two-man. and 677;indlvidiiftl?. The haveysneh a vague idea of what the prizes Aggregate )8,0i2. ^ . noW-tnntimi ia fhiit �n AYnlfnatton of "j^evir'Vork, Aprii 4.-In a three-hours' .workout' this afternoon, the American League teami trod the sod of the Polo' grounds for Jhe^fltjat'time since .that field offlcialljrjjeoameithelr home. Thti^'wlll" sh'ar? Hhe'"^"'""'" tWBjiiWPn 'wl|h-the .GJaqts'; tjie'.-.'e'a'rliesi / -opportunity,'' i rizl^W^aelves wKlt||hB ""^SI;;W/'whd wktcp W�, agreed'. thffi||tj J'|yf,Jj^e^,teaTO .bojie'^qut- ^f^l from^^et^iida that "^erj^^layj; ^.-jtedjtoiifMJe ?.Ho)&orr^oW/lp jeSnChanod, Jnd an^ 'Hartj of demarcation ae ;^yialue which- counts rnost. � 'For good Wfe'iirast *tombine with it correct style, skilfurtailoriiif.-alji'-^gpl fabrics and perfect, fit|%g., Otherwise th^T9l6t:hes!||[re net ^valued by t^^^.^a^fWi parl-mutuel is that an explanation of its vworklhgs^'Cannot h'ut'iirove.lntei'v eating. jEJve'rybody 'who has gone to the rapes; has 'helped make up hafjjools! and'hivB had a let of fun out of .thm. In, a hat pppl the players are limited to the number of horses in the race. :lSack>person puts up an equal'amount' and numbers to" correspond to the ntamS'ers of the hpraos on the program � are thrown Into a h^t and,drawn by lot. The person arawlng the nuhiher. of the winning horse takea the pot. .v^^evparlimutuel/- issnojhin ttonia'ihlg* hat*pooI/ pxwipt; that?^^ th^Ttt! on?-ticket'-can v*e held :oao horse;� and ithekssocifttiojtsta^^ � out aiipercentage ofithespot'for. the race fundsvv; In; BVance, ;Bey]en;;4 takien out, a part of; which goes to the" government for the Improvement of the' breed of, hordes. The pari-niUtu^l machines are a mechanical coutrivance for the -purpose of IndJoa't-Ini to tha public the liumheip oftlck-etB sold on each horse. >Baoh ionie haS'a number^ m^^he.maohirieto respond to its number on the pro-gfflm. All tickets have a uniform value, and the public makea the' odds because the horse on which the greatest nuiaher of tickets ^s sold is - the favorite. To be more expllolt: Suppose t!|)e uniform price- of - tickets 'was $1. If fourihorses were running in a rac^' and 590 tlc]cets| wer,ei aold oh No. 1, 200 ,pn*No. 2,' 200 on No. S^and'lOO on Ifa!'4;, there would be, a total of 1100 ti^k^ts; sold and .coiise^iuently ?U00' In\t)Ji^" pool, If five per ceiit-was takeV'out fdr the race fund It -w^JuId leave; tl045' in the, pdol. If No. >i aho'uld^ ifrln each ticket would.,pay '|2,iQ/�or�a; little over even money. ji'No.ia Bhoujd wlA theHlbke^ w,9�ld pay ljj.46, or�-2iji to 1, and lo down ^e UB't, the pdd$ on the winner b�ing ,,op5il?-B'eforxri:priog Suits shown ,kboVe^ ' Both are'designed to appeal to. the youijg man's love of, novelty, yet conforming to every requisite of good taste. Fit-Refoi^ip, styles /are extremely;, good-but not extreme AM fm May w^.,have, the pleasure |f_;| ;