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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ?AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1914 BRITISH ATHLETES VJ. SAIL FOR STATES BOSTCN RED SOX WELL HANDLED WOULD GIVE ATHLETICS HOT GO Former World's Champions Haven't Much Ballast at Head of Club-Manager Carrigan LiltSe Beller Than O'Day-ln- field Not. as Strong as Outfield m Lyna, 'prob- HOLDING DOWN PESTIFEROUS. JOB seated ic the camp oi inc e.p.jt pitcher. Ucdieot is pxrf. Leon- Uostoa Hed Sox acd rjaie a chum- ard is very promising, but has a lot plocsbip team irora.it. The ol faults." Foster hardly will do, al- ls fere' uatciial enough to give -hough ho-hjs shown a lUsb -this CoBuie MMi the hattle oi his life lor spricg. tie highest honors of the American j mv matetial docs r.ot appear League. I to the ease much. from Lexically the KcJ Sox should be a .yanistfe, Zeisler, Coombe, Kellv second choice in the American; Toiscn aic the tryouts. j League race, Ikaily they ought not should not worry. Stililj to le figured seriously at all. j woll 3 with a team r.o better Whv? There are two whys. l.an--Mluii this and Carrifan ccrtaiulv nin and Carrion. Lannia, the an improvement upoa SUM as a oKntr is a iracd Wiow, cane. it you want to njure it that nest, he does not- tao'.v way. baseball. Carrijan is.a grand iellow, a'grand'bill player nnd, with one cs- cepliba he is the IfaSt effi- cient ruar-agcr in the major leagues. Is that too strong 1. Mechanically tie team is alt H1 has suTered two hard blows. Woods' appendicitis tas crippled the stafi jusi when it was threat- cr.inj to become, '.he best in the cir- cuit. Of course, they claim Smoiy Jot will be as good as erer, but he will tot. He will bt able to pitci. NOT SINCE 1S02 The major player able to manufacture six hits In a game stems to be, like the dodo eitlnct Athleies, season alter season, come throusb with five bits in n gstae, but getting sis safeties seeras to be an inpossi- billly. The last major leagiwr to se- cure. half a dozen, hits in one game' was Jimmy Williams, and he turned Southamplon, April relay team from On- ford University, whose mem- bers to participate in tho 'oarratle relay at Phlbukluhla on Av.-ll 25, left for New York today on tho Olympic. Th? vttsel is due in New YorV on April Tbo team is composed of Arnold T.S. Jackson, president of Ibe Oitord University Ath- letic associtttonj who AOU Iho rnllo race at the Olympic Games; D. X. Qiussen, G. >l. Sprpule, an and Morau S. Taber, a'Rhodes scholar from Prpvldence, R.I., who la already In America. Xorfolli, Vn., mil- itiamen held lu' readiness loday by Governor Stowart. to suppress tbo racet incet at Jamestown, It General I'ollaril should for their aid. Kfleen mw charged vWi being bookmikers, arrested yesterday In a spectacular raid oa tbo track, were SHAMROCKS LOOK GOOD The Shamrock Football club held an enthusiastic meeting in the new Wesley Hall last evening, when a lot ot important preliminary business nas transacted. W. Hafferu was el- ected si dalesate from the Shamrocks to tho City league. Judging by the number present the club is assured oi a pood team. ANOTHER AVIATOR KILLED London, .April Desne of (he British Army Flying Corps, was Instantly killed at the IBrooklinda aerodrome today while, making' bi final flight as a pupil before- receiv- ing hh! pilot's certificate. Ueane, acting against the advice- o his instructors, ascended to a heigh of-1200 feet. He then attempted sharp aplril descent, durlnj which h lost control of aeroplane. but an, operation .lite 1hit sets a the trick AnsuEt 25, 1902, when he lellow bark a year, anyhow. V.'ajciT is sunering from rheumatism is badly crippled up by it. The catclimg siaQ-Cadr, Corigan, Nunimacher and Thomas is as any in the cosatir, well foitifiei in evtry way. The outfield is the "class cl the league, with Hooper and Lewis in eicel- knl condition and Hcuiifsea as a sub- The infirld looVs a bit Enjle is a bad first baseiaaa- Jaa- vria- is not good enoujb to drive En- sle oS the base. Yeries is sleadr, rc- feable acd has a .punch. is a world tester, when in shape, hut a world rheumatism cannot do rouci'. Thft Red Sox are Jortuaate in haying grsfbbed Scott o! St. Paul. Gardner, has devrioped into a whale v of a third baseman. Oi ifce newcom- Cocney, youngster, shows a lot is vras one of 'the In a contest with. the Chicago White Sos, for whom Clark Griffith and Dummy Leltner were pitching. AMERICAN WINS Loidpn, Kinsell of SCeif. York, the eour teanls player, today beat Kujttce 1 Milw, the Ebillsh amateur, by tbre Clarke GriffitS thrc-c years ago was ousted as manager of the Cincinnati Bjraicht sets In a nutth at Queen Reds. Hank O'Day succeeded Grifflth as manager of the Reds, placed tho' nearer the coveted pennant than the Reds bare been-for years, and then was canned in favor of Joe Tinker. Joe Tinker listed the same length of THE DADDY .OF THEM ALL Bob Fitzsimmons.lias been .official- ly declared linflt to tight in tha'rlng. The Appellate Division of. the Su- preme Court of Xeiv York State lias declared that the lanky fellow ccn- not appear in within the confines of the Empire be- cause b'e'is too old. FHz is in his fitly-second hnt Is in splendi; shape physically- The old fellow ap- peared in. 3TO Battles during his car zs a fighter, and at one time heir three .'championships hearyweight light heZTywelght and middleweight time ttrat Hank O'Day and this season we. see another new pilot try lag out his luck on the job that has proren fital. Chas. IBM the head of the Reds this year'. Will he imake the grsde? He is up against ;he hardest proposition In the two leagues in trying to run a. elub sncceMfulSy and conduct it In accordance with Ideas of the onners of the clab.'wlUul. Herzos Is a former New York .Giant and so far has' shown rue ability handling his men at the training camp. f SMITH AGAINST SMITH Jeff -SraUb, the hari-hittint mlddl welfht' from Bayonne, NJ.. who ht been in Europe flgbttng we-11 durh the last few months, bac been mate ed to ficht Dave Smith; the Auitra iih who was kniwke out by; Eddie McOeortr, in twen rouilts In Australia, ba April COBB'S SHOULDERS ABNORMALLY LARGE Giflfport, Miss., April swinging.Jil three bats .during the baseifaiV-seaso'ttLfor many years has developed -Ty Cobb's .shoulders so that from'a mere stripling :he has grown, to be a man with big arms and shoirlders tial Us tailora find him to be a very .hard man. to fit. Cobb has a very big measuremenl for his shoulders and a verj- small one for his In suite, of'the fact apptare "to be a iiorrnaljy built man, he Is'.'hard for a1 tailor "to "One wouU.'tliink that" a suit could be made for a model of Tl Cobb's size that-would fit Cobb ei actly, but iuch Is not'the LOOK HERE CLASS TO JACK DILLON VERNON 2 INCH BAND 9 ft f Tbat Jack Dillon cannot only ny middleweight In (he country, bu ny of-the Wlilto Hopes, is iho or Ion of Izzy IM11, discoverer ot tlr ooster who Is malche' o meet Battling_ Iicvlnsky at Itulte ont., on April. HI: for the Hgh tllle. Brill declares that .Dillon, can slill iako the. middleweight limit, and tat the Hoopler lighter should he re- ognlzed ap the 15S-pound champion rom (he (act that he has beaten all he men in that division wllh the eptlosi of a low who are contenders or tha tills, and liio few Izzy asserls re Mike. Gibbons Jimmy Clabby, oth ot whom he says have on imm- rous occasions declined Dillon's amo. style of milling olfsetf all leverness. His aggressive and his wonderful billing nowcra would Eiire- y mean defeat for either Clabby or Should they meet, and he- ore thepe men can be recognized as he In their class they wll have to beat Dillon, aaya Brill. Brill believes that Jack could bea both Oiabby and Gibbons In ten rounds each in tho same night, and claims that Jack would be glad to take both of them on. for a battle and agree, to stop tlietn In twenty rounds. QUESTION NOW UP TO STEWARDS AT HENLEY Will Engllth Royal Rtgalta Be Mide An International Affair Chicago! Ills, April remains f.itli Hie Board of Stewards of the Royal Henley ot Knsland to ik-cldo. whether or uol the regatta, to be held on July 2, 3 and 4, shall be. added to those events ot 1914 already the international list of euorllnn competitions. llolh .iho Wlanlr.es Plowing clul) of Winnipeg, nrid tho Un- ion Uoat club of Boston, have an- corniced their Intention of enlerlns elcht-onred crews in tho Grand dial- Icnge event of one -mile The entries ml entirely with thti stewards.. It Is understood .lhal Iho Boston club, hat received. atEuranco that Ibe entry of Its eight wmild bo acceptable to tho'. Henley- stewards. negotiations, if any, the Winni- peg or Philadelphia clubs have enter, ed into are not known at this time. CAN'T LAND SEATON SCOTTISH FOOTBALL April Ha ere and Edinburgh Hibernians plft draw pime.toiiay-'ln (be Scottish Leuue, Bcortng one goal each. Tom Beaton, tbo former pitchlns star of the Phillies, will riot be seen Kith the Chicago' Feds thlt season. Manager Joe Tinker wanted Beaton for his City Club, but tho Wards, owners otilhe Brooklyn Fed-, .-.i 1.5.0115 club. Bajylhat us will bo mora valuable" to Brooklyn than Ihe four players that Tinker offers In trade. TafrtlfoCoyn CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE wfll be a meeting' of the City rootbmll league In, the parlori oi ttie Y.M.6.X.-. tomorrow evening at: 8 o'clock.. team ot. the la requested to representative on time. CELEBRATED PTIAN ;