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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 6, 1914 THE LETHBR'.DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE OPENING OF THE BASEBALL SEASON IS CLOSE AT HAND BIG LEAGUES START APRIL 14 FeJs. iv.j .s lint Tlia't is ihe Number Joe Lally Figures We Should Have Here and Joe Should Work Here Today Boosting Canada's Nalipnal Success Attending Mr. Lally All Along trie Fine Medals elovc :md it usually costs thriie and inure as a rule. TUKl.Vi: TKAMS UKllli .liie is in -lor Joe is tt.c celebrated Kitrossc liouster. lias lirard ol tlic brothers, Juc and is belter krjovn as a ns a inciiiljer of the oli! .Montreal Shamrock team.- Il'a .lor that lerns ai prcstnl. .Ire is i.oi in the rtlfrtc b'jsinrss any IT.OTC. His. Ijlisir.fss is the N'a- j tional lie is licro. to fCt the11 value intrudutcd ici Ilie schools, tlicj as. Lc has tlnne in n'.ruiy olhrr' o- Wrstcrn Cnnada. Uy gcttint; grral .Catiailian Nntional into the hopes IP lay O.c sttppinj stones dial will eventually enable IVic gair.c lo be back in libs hearts.Of Die Canadian people it oute u-as and even put, it OIL a hjore prosptroyi and higher piano ihaa il ever lias bwn. UANBlD.KXl'LAXATfo'X ''It wo'Jld lie stairs Mr. "to suppose that I am in this boosting of. lacrosse for tliQ ol It alone. 1 am a niannlaetuier ul trosse sticks at Cornwall, Onl-, and I want to rcake a market for lliesalc ol Ihe sticks. I will make absolutely Tiotlilng on the sliclts Ibat I am pul- the hands of tlie si-hool huys. 7 airi giving out at cost. It is the fu- Ihat I am'looking forward to, then 1 hope lo reap the lier.pfit olniy ivorV. II is a-goqd thing.lor me, it is a good" for Kame, and'il IM n gooil'-tliing for tV.e'hoys." Mr. hopes to inlerrst the school trustees'here in his plans Os j lie has done in other cities and towns of'the weal where he has been rcceiy- cd with open, arms. After .securing .the good will anil 'moral support ol the trustees of the schools, Mr. Lally sum lor a stick will' enable efery toy trophy ol an) kind in .will, appear boys i to lake to the rea'tlilr as he Sli.''s .scheu.E is and_ maVc has.dor.c lo baseball, br niore readily; ej all over Ihc coMilry ar.d he it "I slinulil Ihiuk is able to nut z bi.-liool in .the. field. lias put CO, V-ii.tunvcr :il, Victolia 2S, Nc-iv Westminster 18, -N'uith i, 2, Armstrong I, VrrnLn 4, Krlrjuna I, Xelsict t, Cranlircol; I'crntp K, C'olenKiu 2, MLairiiUiro Cff Itillrrest 2, llellciue 2, Flank J. L'jl- fiary has not Lcrn ruiiailtil yel, hut. indications piiinl to more Ihan2u teams Ihcic :ind probably :hn buiLic uunilrer at l-Mmunlon." MKD.M.S I'o the of oi iheit le.isui-i that are Mr. I ally IIHS a .srl of medals to rut up, golj me l-j als of .very swell irec. It is' the. purpose to have each place, juniur Jiml jiiirr.ile. 'I'hc'l medals will go to the junior and as j rule a cup is put up locally i for competition in the juvenile league. I DOVS TO HOLD CAIU1S I-'afh boy is pivm a Canadian Amateur Atlletii Card. La- crosse must not intcrlere with his liit baselal! irasf.L ol 1-ill rar.ks opra bttorc days have I Hrooahn arc aiJ ttc wilil-rreil Ian. uho bai been I admittedly siroriii-r than in s-jpplfssln; br; [edmis ilnricL- Ike lhf tr.d se-jsoa loi.s wititcr will be r.aiipy the leaders. Cir.i iti.jtt ar.d St. OLCC uia't. T'fce in the hip. j Lo-jii do not appear any fister tlian ol organized Na-1 labl year. tipnal and tL'; In ihc AniPricaii It' oH olirialLy Ayril 11. The teams: es arc1 iaveiable lo the luve. hwu In the south d.r inure cauyiag oil the lias. L'unuie weeks gelling into uim In: bai.tlie great lha; (jromisrs lo Le ouc ol hardest J history 13U by ngUs in tiie history of baseball. the world's rhaiiipiwship. Il is. teams have hern gradually working: j if any thins, in belter slape to mate i.orth ar.d by Ihe the'oell rings] a S'eat for topnotdi honors. Last year t'ontie went into the Mruggte witli a i-orps that ico stilts- A nuiiiler of DOV artists oi w for the opening of all tho clubs sbould be in frit class i-oiie stoptic-i by JDJunclion, lha persuading a hreik a con liael lo the injury (jl'n principal that a contract parti by reason of hcing fn'restrain of trade is not- wholly voIrL IpyV and 511. SlaBord, Jas. (ilfn'islcr, Tl.os.' Vulll. Bantam.' StalTord, li.' J. Sehl, C. V. cumlitJ Froni. Pneumonia j J. 'McDonald. AMERICAN. GOLFERS WIN York, .X.Y., April iTrxycrs'Bnd Freil .Hcrreelioff twice -V-1 defeated John Ball and Captain Nlch- Smilb, ball lourEorae rr.atcli, dtEf.atchca froi linden eald- John' Ball IG a one-lim British amateur ebnranlon. Tho Americana won In the Diornin hy one hole, In Ihe iflemoo'n lot. Kwr.edy slates that he will out George the lanious orkey goal tender, as'yoal for lacrosse club. He alsu cipects to r1 Jimmy Gardner anil Donald ith, of the hwkry team, on lie-up. BENNIE ALLEN IS -i STILL CHAMPION OF POOL WOULD Kansas Cliy, April if Kansas City retains hli.UllE o( world's champion pocSet billiard ir. having defeated Edward Hilnii of llgbloiver, N.J., In a niatch o[ 601 the last Slock of nhich Vas played last The final score was 600 to 346 Allen won all three blocks of 200 points eaei. IJEI night's score -was 200 lo 70. Allen played IG exceptional for'm. The Kev Jersey player. In the block Tailed to Bbow as good control as lie exhibited In the former ones. AllFu made high runs of 57 40, llaliih's best was H. VULCAN1 WIIJ, HAVE IIALL TEAM Vulrao, Alberta, 'will have a base- iiall lean] again this season, aJici may be a member of a Icagvc. composed 0'[ Blackie, 'ami Vulcan. Au enthusiastic meetinR-Vas held last week, when -a cohimittee was appointed to attend to the ai- rangemenls. Tbe IVhito Soi will this probably considerins It treason to wear ulsterE. The Hrsl big shoot of tl.e season April Giant, will lal.'c place Krjday morning v.ho had teun .3-30 This'is the slnre l.c Tuesday iiisht TREMBLAV 'THflEW BAYLES Ottawa, Out; ;Arrll Tremblay ilcfeaLcd7 John Bayles In their llghlwHJht trre'illjng mntch at St. Anne'a hall lul'1 night In tvio strniehl falls, ueiora.oni) of. the lars- est crowds ofMiio Mason, won Ilic flrat fall a crotch anil tack chancery In 3D, ond the second with a iee a'clsgors' mid head j hold In 13 The inalcb1 was fist.'Kltli Trcmblsy aggressor for llic greater part of tlm ILmc. lot of'clovcr 'wrestling, bill Iho.'rfthnniiilpn prov- ed too fast nnd loo strong fpr him. Uayles Tri'.rnblay jome llinii ago at N'cw York.1 BO Insl night's re- sult iqiures up tlm between llipm. lion nf his oody showed no marts ol I LfriouB pimlsliDicnt. }'c 'The gun rh'j aluays has the nrl- Invoking the Georsli coiitiact l.ibol [come hand rxlmlnl lo visitors raw ataiusL- the Kcd Ecciits a uny of sonin recruits city who ivill he accorded every tTial the Iralnluc trip Is iml a sight-: 'There, is more 'alluring sport JaunL than trap shooting'and'the club gives !n special lov'hrgiiiners to coi'iit to Ihcir vjrin'js 'shoots. LOOK HERE OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLUB A nccillii; of the KnioVcr committee ill be held In Ihe Y.M.M..V on Tuea- liny, April 7. at 8 p.m., to Eellle up Also plpycra are requeated lo turn up [or Irntnlup on night ,it 7.30. DACKS SPANISH POLO Afphonw Play Hlmielf Ministers Would 'Let Him S'ati Kranclsco, t.'Bl.p April rKhg Alfrlioiisp of iicreonally will EG- lerl' MLR which will represent Fpajn at the fntcrnallonai polo lonrn- Gpuhtry Football menl In for Which Ihe I'anaina-Pacl'lc. etposltlon has appro- prlotcil JI06.000. It possible for the monarch lo oiercomo provable objections of hli cabinet, hased on tho of he Ti'ould be a niembftr of the ICBm, Th'fa' London, April llic corrcclcd results c'l; Satiirrijy's sclie- 'lulerl games in.tlic Ko'i'tlhcni Kfiolli.ill Irafinc: llrislol Itoicts -I, HrlghUMi nnd Hoic Albion' 0. Aictlhyr, Knd l.'nit- cil 0.1 Wtsdi.iin I'nftrd i, Northampton I. Argjlc I, (lllKrijrrmn) 0. Norivjch City 0. postpiint'f. Cri.'.lJl Criyfiilry 1- o'nJru'iuu :7uyn 5.. i'orrsrr.onth 0, Milhvzll A. -I, Cily Qnren's I'arlcll. 2. l-Mlti City 3, (IAJIKH TODAY l.m.rlon', April fi. The postponed lootliull games playeil today Vll'lSr WV1SIOX Iliirnley 2. United 2, HoHoil Wander- 0. Kt'OTTIKII LK.VCiMv Holers '2. Cplvln 11. llrown, linlled Slatet com- mlssfoner for tlie npoa'Ulon, who rectnllr from' nbroad, whero Inroriiied of jhe king's pluns anil dMlrcfi by Alpholiao hlm-elf. HEAR THE 8TARLANO ORCHE9THA EVERY GENERAL AMONG THE BOY SCOUTS WELSH HAS CLEAH TITLE FOR A 00 WITH WILLjE RITCHIE Freddy Welsh's irtn over Meii- can Joe Illvers nl Uncle Tom Carey's Vernon arena frlres tbe clean claim for a cbarriplonihlp balllo with' lltlo holdir Ritchie. This battle with River, affordjd Rgoodlineon Welib. compam with Kltchla.- Rltchlo "won erer fllrers.In Ime. cbaniloriEhlp itrle by nlopulnt Mtikaa eyctam In eleven roundl, 'WelaV' oiit- ronnd but iwo, conlentlnjf. himself -wlli the popu> lar decision. t A: bout betwcea these tors would DO doubt lurnlia some Intef- esllng lighting. It Is-lo be hoped that Bomo tort, of agreement wltt bn reached between'tbern lo meet a. very early date and thVt Kilchle'A bout -with Jim- oir for .ten rounds at the Athletic club of Buf- falo will not Influence Uiein