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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1UGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE .DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, APRtI, 11, 1911 CftLLES DEFEHED N. Football Game at Athletic Park Yesterday Afternoon Under Favorable Weather 5 to Side Team Bad in Kicking in Proximity of Callies1 Goal Tho outcome of tho football match al the Athletic Parlc yesterday cooa serred to show the Callifcs times champions ol the local toccer realm, are apiln in ths field with their oM-tima strength and purr pose that them throash the fray ro otten victorious. They defeated tha North team by a score ot o to 0, The display of football was tot ft the English Cup Tarlely, out to the usual calibre of the Callles play.- their game was superior to their opponents tici for North Letbbrtage. Xolhtag came of the corner episode, like one that followed Immediately. The Callies made a last charge be- fore half-time, and came near scoring a 'oul was committed that put Jlowever, it was shown that the team from the Kortb Side iiaa a football teaih ol: strength In the making, and they "will ie beard from to.advialage Ja the dfcys to corns, when their team play has been perfected and their ab- ility to kick Into the goil moyth made more o? a certainty irhen Ehots are directed that way- Tts of the North Lethbrldgeltes was wild, tery TrtW- It was near tbres o'clock whea the game w started. Tho CalUc-fl kick- ed toTrard the east There was no apparent advantage for tha first ten minutes of the game. Then tho Callies secured a corner and N. got a free kick through a foul on .the tCa1UesT forward line; both plays terminated.without result was pressed close a couple ol times by tho whote Callle Hce-ap around .the goal, but made a nice clearancs. The CalHes were allowed _" a throw in and a skirmish occurred In in a pecul- iarly-made ?6al for. the Callies. eoterprisins North-ender kicked and White Intercepted wjih bis head, icg the ball a-journey toward bis op- ponents' goal: it took a couple of big bounds and looked like easy picking for Miner- Miller was too easy for extra but the taj took a higher bound than be an lie I paled I wltb the resirtt that It carrom ed off the top of liogera into the tet. The crowd lauffhed. retrteTCd b Iras elf a. minute Uter with a cle-rer save. an4 Glen tried a combination lie IT good efforts lo naught Second Half It took the players of both sitfes some minutes to get warmed up for he gamo In tbo second half. North was the first to do any- blng exciting when J. Gurr tested XTQlntyre's skUl to tbe, nEmoit in a brave charge on the Catties' goal, fot owing up a shot which Mclntyre was forced to clear in a hurry. Interesting for Gillies The Callies took the ball up, and were checked, by a sturdy defence. North Lethbridge carrlec! H back and rnide it generally Interesting around the Catties' goal- Whalea ba5 a clear shot, bul again some bad fthoot was ia Tfa3_Callies took a band then, bringing the ball dowq GUna forced Miller to extend himself In clearing. The Calttes p.ayed loose ly in their back- division for a mo- ment, and got fnto'tronble, which only ths skill of succeeded Ju retriering.- X.L. ware maklny things hot for the .'Callies again. LJu raade a splendid kick, which Mclntyre saved. The Callies took ths ball into the'N'.U Held and Miller was called ifpoa to "save a hard shot, which he but failed on tbo next tick caught the rebound. Thla was the second score of the game to date. 7ue contests include: The five test shots under 15 years of age, and the lie best'shots under IS years of age. GUI! MS DOES CHAMPIONSHIP COURSE IN 79 NOBILITY WITH FEDERAL ME FIRST BATTLE IN WAR WITH "ORGANIZED" BASEBALL IS OUTLAWS andwich, Kent, Enr., April 9 Ou'.raet o! Brooklinc, Mats., played bis first round over tia clam- ajMp course today, anil Aid. the IS es la 79 strokes. The lor tha links is nade bv John HenrT Taylor, British open sblt cbimpion. PUyi With Noblt, Sandwich, Keat, Englami, April 10. Oillmet, tte American goll ciajnpion, and-Arthtir G. Lockwoofl, former amateur cbatnpion of >Iassa- EetU, If on taslly today in a four- Eome match ajuinst' the SlarqulB of iithgow Lord CharlM Hop's, his brother. The Americans won by 5 up 'and 4 to plar. Oulmel's card M Ths match Kas played In a Ugh -wind. Jero'me D. Tracers, former Ameri- can golf champion, and Fred- erick 'Herreshoif of Tori defeated lodAy by Scott aod Captain H.'Hln'de, froth of the North Devsn club. The won by up and 2.to play. NO SCORE SCOTTISH CUP Another WId> One Tcnnant had a tooi chance to score a. goal for the northerners light alter the Sick from goal, but shot too wide. Bpth teams were found'offside, and Ahderion of tbe Canles made a foul. Thts was followed up by another goal for Ihe Caillei, Jack reonint licked from the OuUIiij, a shot that was beyond the reach of Millar. An- Trhloh cam. close, aad later Anderson imm som atte, repeated for Ibe -wilh a good to score-was fourtb on 1 from The players, by this time, were evi- dently played out: they played In list- less fashion, but Johnnie -Zaston gave a.brlliiant one-raan exhibition in tbe dying momenta ot the game thtt caus- ed a thrill. He brought the ball up Glasgow, April final of the StoltlEh. Association Football Cup. Was played here today before a very crowd ot The con- testants, Celtic and Hiber- nians, fought bard throughout the ninety minutes of for a tally, bat the gamo ended without any scoring. St. Louis. Mo., April first battle in war declared between "or ganizen" baseball .and tho Federal 5eagua was staged tha younger league retired the victor with an American league pitcher add cu iu ius and 'an American eague catcher is ?aid to be on til B-y to join the Earl Hamilton a left-banded pltche; or the St. Louis Americans, depart today for Kansas City in com pany with Stovall, tnanage of the Kansas City Federal ieagu team.' Clem Clemens, catcher for the S Louis la would depart for-Chlcaco, but. h would neither- admit nor deny tha he had Joined the Chicago Federa sam. j Will Hamilton Chicago, April American league ii ready to go to war wiln the Federals over Bart Hamilton, plf.cb.ej of the St. Louis -Americana, who Jumped to tbe Ka-ncaa Cily Federals today.-accardina; lo Baa Johnson, the American league "The will, slop Hamilton it It takes every dollar.In the Johnson said tonlghL Hamilton said: "I'm tired of play- ing for glory." Manager Stovall said his club would guarantee Hamilton's talary whether Hamilton played this Kama or not. caught offside. One of the [reittest pleese of combination Trork of- the lame was nif.led cff by EaEton, And- and Glean: Eatton, faktaf the tall op the line passed to Anderson, Jn turn, passed to Glenn in centre, tte ball being finally by Miller ID tho goal moutb. itopped j fr'om u._e centre; outmanoeuvred inn I baclcs opposing him, and shot a goal, They Got-d North Lsthbridge took tba ball Into their enemy's territory for a spell. Andy Tennant bad a beautiful cbacce to break hla team into tie scoring de- partment ot the gams, when the Cal- tlejt goalkeeper was forced ont of his pbiitlon, but Tennant went wide by taany feeL North Lethbrldge con- tinued to press Ihe CaKies, and seem. (o have their opponents shaded just ii trifle for a brief term. A. Qorr got tie ball In very dose to the Cal- lies goal, only to shoot a mile wide, as a ipectator Llnnicg allot and clean, the fifth and last This Is said to be Johnnie's first goal since coming to Leibbrldje, raany moons ago. .Over two hundred paid were recorded at tha Kite, and the weather conditions were fine for play- ers and speclators. The teams: North Fryer and Dunlop; Mclndoe, Anderson and Bell; A. Qurr, Lowe, A. Tennant, Ramsay and H. Linnlng. Bannerman and J .Anderson; Crawford, and Easton: Scott, Wllaon, Glenn, Ander- son and J. Tennant. Dealers G'ailly ScIV You BLACKfr WHITE RITCHIE RULE8 10-6 FAVORITE Picked to Beat April Murphy In Their 17 Bout LOOK HERE Washington, D.fe; April 10 President Wilson promised today to toes the first ball thrown on Ilia American league park hero this vcar, when tho Washington tpam its first game on tho home grounds with' the Boston Americans on Thursday, April 23. President Ulcer ot the, Washing- tpu club told Mr. that the. drat bill would ba received on the thrpv. by Ray Collins, who would oppose- Walter Johnson IB tho boi. Incidentally Mr. Miner aave the pmMent pass book No. 1 (or the ELECTED FORM! OHN HORN PRESIDENT A. (nil attendance, ot the of the'Lethbridge Aquatic association ruet" in Tom Ridpath's store, and a very enthusiastic meeting was held year's program was reriewc Ne fur NebruVi Welnht Veteran Detroit Player Shows Gr6a Ffirm In Prac-tk-a. Garnet. Detroit, Mich., April er, one. of the veterans of the Datro first bai for'the B Of Ion AmerFcans this se on.' 'j .Word to lUit effect wa> received bfire tonight'from Manager Jennlnxs, Il'wilh one of the Detroit squads at Cincinnati. Jennings1 said he re- ceived a cub offer from Manager Carrlgan of Boslon for Gainer's re- Tease, but intends to keep him. Gain- r has been hilling splendidly In Ihe practice' and Jennings brtlevw he may recover his old-tine form. Jennings also sent word that Du- buc wo'qld pitch the opening game ag- ainst'St. Louis here oa-Tuesday. Mont-, -April M Lester of Ole Elum, Waah., formerly a protege ol Tommy Burns In a tour CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE There be a meeting ot Ihe City Football Tuesday evening next In tbe Y.M.O.A. at 8 oXlock sharp. This will he the last opportunity for now clubs contemplating entering the leegue'to have delegates at a meet- ing tor that purpose. A full attend- ance of club representative's re- quested. SCHEDULE SOUTH WEST- ERN FOOTBALL LEAGUE o! Australia, an ex-3.A.A.C. amateur, Oj was defeated tonight by Tommy Me- Soutn Macltod, Alia., April ll.-The sche- SUNDAY SCHOOL ATHLETIC LEAGUE NOTICE There will be meetings of tho Bozird of managers of each of the three de- partments, Footbail, Baseball and Bsafcc'.bal] on neit Wednesday night at g o'clock In the Y.M.C.A. Theae Carthy of Ravenna, Neb., In a. twelve- round contesL McCarthy took the lead In every round eicept the sec- ond, which waa evea. McCarthy's vlctory'puls him in the front rank of and In line for a match with the big men ot that clasa. He Is.only twenty-two years of age, and his backers eipect soon to match him with any other light-heavyweight. in Am- erica. meetings ba for tlio purpose of drawing up playing schedules for the coming season. Each Sunday school desiring to put tennis in the league Is urged to senii, from'each team, a re- presentative to that department of the league's board of managers, as stated above. San Francisco, April ling has ojened on the lightweight championship battle to bo fought by Willie- Hilch'.o and Harlem Tommy Hurpiy, on April 17, with Ritchie tho favorite al tentative odds of 10 to 6. Tho champion down yester- day to 137 potmis. He said he would have no difficulty In matting the stip- ulated 135. -Murphy, accortllng to re; forts, tips the oeam now at 13S, Both boys are in training for tho twenty- round contest 'TIs rumored tho commissioners are taking a private, training course il the "V" against the evil day when court of revision If urmpalhy still htlp, wo eilenU ours CUBS MAY LOSE SA1ER Chicago, 111., Chi- cago Nationals are likely to be- de- prived of their hard-hilling first base- man, Victor Saier, In tho early part of the season. Saler 1m discovered that EOreness In his shoulder IB the result ot Injury !o bono or muscle, and will visit a specialist at Youngs- town, Ohio, drawn up lor Football League Be Well-Dressed THE best dressed man is the one whodfessesia good taste, yet who attracts no special attention because everything he has on i 8 i n perfect harmony.. We'd like to ihow yon some spring Suits thtt certainly come into the dressed flats to McKelvie McGuke More Canadian Fords are. now. shipped in one day than in the-en- tire first year of the Company's ex- istence. That's a wonderful record of growth in ton. years. .But we nuist'grow if the world insists on. 'riding in Fords. Sit hundred dollars la Iho price of the.Ford runabout; tbe touring car If filly; the town car nine o. b. Ford, Ont, complete with equipment. Get citaks nod''pullcula'ri from VIRTUE BROS. 1J32 3rd Avenue Lethbrldgt THE MUHS AND THE JEFFS PLAYED BALL the month of May Is as follows: May vs. Clattsholm at Macleod. Nanton vs. Stavely at N'an- ton. Cayley vs. High Hiitr at Caylty. May vs. Macleod at Stavely. vs. at Claresholin. High River vs. N'anton al High liiver. May vs. at leod. Caylet vs. Claresholm at Caylty. Stavely vs., High River at Stavely. May 25-Hlgh River vs. Macleod at High River. N'anfon vs. Oacesholm at Nan ton. Cayley vs. Slavtly at Cay- The Mutts nr.d the Jells AT- TEMPTED a gams ol baseball at the tarracis yesterday morning, the Jcfla winnicg by 11 to 8, The Mutts occu- py the upper bunks the Y.M.C.A. and the Jeffs the lower ones. Hifgins'and Nicholson and Well were the battery artists. The former proved tie victorious duo, but why Is a question. Hig. fs some pitcher. He has a barrel ol stud; a glova, a pair ol spike shoes and a nice little red cap with a praV on-It, just like a jockey, and just Hire a jockey he galloped through bunch ol Mutts. Tbe pitching o) Christie Mathewsoa Higs'ns was great', but it had nothing on the fielding of' one, John Old Ham. Johnny inav tic a ham !n or.e sense, but as an outfield caretaker let it be understood that John discards the ham and becomes a veritable Csbi, the Mutts' fine rfiar.ces in the bud and smashing fbcic high aspirations to smithfrerts whre nms galore seemed Imminent. Stanislaus Zbysiko McArthur broke his ptovn- blal 111 for occc In his life, by ge-tling oa the sirffi of the fence where the Inurels ol victory were canned. To StaDislatis belongs much Ihe credit of victory. At short bt U'as bear catcher. He tats alive so docs Jennings, al loaat the managor-captaln-owoer ol tho .IcSs looked the piit when Nlch- (jlson nut a mclwric slant Into the magnate's slats in attempting to cud a corner ol the plate. The Mutts-are. on a man-huat to- day. They war.t the scalp of the al- d uaiplie. A rewaid it o'Ked lor name and adilreM. There were- Lwo of them. H la one that is referred to. The firtt waa knocked :iors de combat about mrdway.ln tjia game, by a mishap; He had his life in- sured, so it didn't matter. The lined up The Mutts Weil, catcher Nichol- son, pitcher; Carberty, nrsfbast; second base Roberts, third base Reed, shortstap Hill, Allen, Cummings, fielders. 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