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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1915 THE -'LET H BRIDGE: DAILY HERALD PAGE TIIHEE BASEBALL FOUR SCHOOL TEAMS WILL PLAY OUTDOOR GAME IN UP- TO-DATE STYLE Sherflald ynittd won the Cup, on the United at Old Trafford, by donating margin of-3-0. by the TURF CLUBS GEW BACK ON B FEE! IIACING IN NEW YORK STATE STEADILY IMPROVING ITS POSITION The Herilei received the information it 2.30 this afternoon. Local Interest was very keen in the C.up final, and the Herald 'phone was kept busy glv> Ing out the result up till the time of going to prees. New York, April steady progress that has been jhmia in re- thoroughbred racing this state is best illustrated, by the annual report of :the State Racine Commission. Although .-.the report doesn't; contain-'a .statement ot.. Cue receipts 'handled by the various asso- ciations that conducted race meets during the. .season of 1914, a lair es- timate .of -the': money, .paid; in admis- sions can be the amount o_f money "..distributed to horsrmen in stakes arid purses. Last season there were ninely-iour days' racing, aside from 'the events conducted'by the and in that' time :purses and .stakes amount- ing to more were giv- en'away: by the associations. As all the promoters admit that racing yielded .1 small profit last year, it 'means that the receipts were .upward ci The its report, says racing in N7ew York is steadily improving.' In LSii arid 1912 the rac- ing associations closed'their- gates be- cause of adverse iegislatibn. In -1913 were'sicty-Bcven days of rao- ing, many.'of the associations ing a deficit: .'-'During the post says. pt commission, "the operations were so substantially ripended us tu indicate that state of New York may again asiume.the lint place In thor- oughbred racine within the United States ;in the near'future. "Tile Jockey club hso continued to' maintain the heretc- wl The Philadelphia t wirier Is com- manding'the attention of the. basebaii jlflt now with his maaterly box work. To date he has pitched-the Phillies to vlotor.v on thret occasions. Alexander waa a .league sensation yMfis 'ago-- NATIONAL W. I> Philadelphia...... 8 0 Cincinnati......'.. 7 Chicaco 5 -I Boston.......... T) Pitlguiirc......... -I T. Brooklyn........ will use mils I and gloves, bloomers anil spiked siloes also real baseball terms, if J mothers will iiormit. Twelve games arc to played, two each week, Tuesday nnd Kriday.j On April Mth the principals and tiro girl delegates iron! (.-ach of Hie I four public schools of met in Central school to discuss Hie for- mation of a basclral! for girls, with the foregoing favorable -result.' OHiccrs were chosen as follows President, C. Brandow, of Klcct- wood vice-iiresidcnt, Pauline Steak- ly, of Westminster atirl secretury- -1 V .'treasurer, Ada Murray, nf Central. .2M 'I'hesc ofllccrs will constitute a com- mittee of management. The .following is the schedule of PCt. 1000 .700 .444 .4-14 .333 Sunbonnets A Playlet under aus- pices of Ladies of St. Anguslin's Church at St. Augustin's Hall Friday April 30 8 o'clock Admission 50c Children under 12 25c j. Music 7 3 ihan Cincinnati Pittsliurg Schneider, Dale, .Ilcnion and Clark and Wingo Cooper and Oibsun. Ijlla, NBTV York-Brooklyn, game postpon- ed, rain. AMEH1CAN W. L. Detroit........ 8 2 Washington...... 5 Boston..'......... 4 ._ :i Cleveland........ 5 5 New York........ 4 4 Chicago........ 4 (1 St. Louis........ 37 Philadelphia 2 5 2 4 games 'Apr. at Galbraith. Stewart. al Central. B u Cimieron. 73" at Kleetivood. and Cameron. at Westminster. at Westminster. irranic. al Galbraith. Bruce. .it Flectwocd. Hichcs. Central at Westminster. Brandow. at Central. Tiiches. Pet. al Galhraith. .800 Frame. .625 at Central. '1 Bruce. .500 at Fleetivooil. -30II Mr. Stewart. .400 Games will be started al -1.30. Vis- .300 [tors welcome. .2SG St. Louis............................... 3 Chicago 4 Loudermilk anil Lcary Wolfganj; ami Schalk. Cicotto, Cleveland Covclcflki ami Baker; start and Egan. 8 J.1 11" JESS WILLARD GOT Champion fells' of. Financial Settle. merit Havana Battle CMcagu, III., April Thirteen thousand dc-llars was the sum -less York, postponed, wet grounds: Philadelphia-Boston, postponed, FEDERAL Chicago., Brooklyn... Newark.. 3uffalo.. Kansas City St. Lo.uis.. Baltimore.. ittsburg Louis 7. 7 5 3 -3 4 L. 3 3 4 5 6 5 G Pet. .G57 .625 .600 .583 ,.455 .375 .333 .333 10 2 0 0 Rogge and Herry Davenport, Cran- d'arand'Hartley. defeating Jack JohTisbri at iieavyweiglit champion told 'friends' here yesterday, "Johnson received and when I defend my title f am going to get-the- same amount of money he dld.-'.'rWJllard said. The champlcn handed Charles Cut- lei-j'-'the first attempted to develop him as a heavyweight box. er, a. cheque for ?1250 as compcsation for the Chlcnsocn-s services; Cutler obtained a Judgment, against in Milwaukee for hut -when they met yesterday a compromise .was reached, and Cutler cut the judgment In' half. The Washington catcher was put In a street-car conductor. His sentence' is 30 days, but it in not likely that this basiball celebrity will languish many' more' hours in the jail. The Washington club needa him tb'.catch Walter John, son's to !tliese stallions during She year'1914, rand there were .re- Brootlyn City, game- called end of 2nd inning on.account of Dsltimore 6 :9 59 _ Suggs and pwm Wpodmau, Ford, Kiapp and Blair and Allen. 14 14 tore established by, it Vhereby thor- jiprtsd 329 lolls during the 'ougkbred stallions "are mares have heen bred1 FalUenberg, Various places throughout the state lor-stud wrvicc at" 'nominal 'prices Three hundred and seventy-lour mares VS. AHEARN BEAT HOUCK Keir York, 'N.Y., April Hrooklyn out- pointed Leo Houck of Linear ..ter, in Brooklyn toDljht. Abeara rought eleverlTV earning tbe> "hono'rB In aeven roundii. -Houck weighed nolbj., and Ahearn '1B6..- l nuy Madt In Canada. Herculei Coaiter brake, Holler M udauardi, Dqnlop Tina. Mall order houiw cannot malcb ,thlj Bike in qiinllty or price. Otmt mnt MAC' jrov Wtrtft Mm frtm WM. INMIAN MOTOCYCLI AOINT. Mh to. these' stallions siiice the bureau wax catii'ulisted." fiOBfflll CONNIE MACK DROPS BOYS WHO CAN'T MAKE: GOOD Billiard and AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland B, LouisViiie 3. Minneapolis game post- poned, faia..- f'' other, NORTHWESTERN Vancouver tj, yictoria 5. Spokane' 6, Aberdeen Seattle 9, 5 23. Seven players were dropped' irom -the ros- ter of the Philadelphia American-------., League-olub by Manager Maclc1 last j BOUT DECLARED OFF Bigot' before the leamijelt iqr Bps-! New Orleans April ton. Four of. those .released, were sent! match .betw'eenJohnny Kllbane featb- to.the minor leaBUe-leanls and threo erwelght and. Joe Maudot Dvere' Jet go .uncbnditLonally........... goes mond tiant. ..another in- fielder, to Newark, and joe Shennon; outntlder and Jersey .City; ID CRACK PLAYEKS NEAR FINALS Evans and Egan Still in Running at San .Francisco San Francisco, CalJ April les Evans and H. Chandler Esan passed into" the fo.urth round of the Panama-Pacific exposition ama- teur-golf -tournHment-today by defeat- ing Dr. C. H. San Jose anil Uudblnh wilhelm reepect- jyely.- Jack Neville' appeared to he out of form and waB'beateu-by. Hein- rich'..Schmidt on green. The draw for tomorrow is: Charles Bvans, jr., vs.. Helnrich" Schmidt; E. H-'.Armstrong vs., E. H. Bankard; A: H. .Vincent Vs.-Harry K. B. DiTis; Chandler Evans vs. Harold'Lamb.: CANADIAN INDIAN .RUNNER MAY LOSE HIS STANDING April" Walter Trjvett branch of. the A.A.TJ. of suspended Arthur the -Indian' runner. The sum of was.railed by.niikllc subscription to help_ defray, the In- dian's- 'expenHes to wa' compete In. the -liarfithon, .but for spine, unknown rea- son'he Toronto.on the iiay of the-rnce arid lias gtveii of-hia strange Secretary Trlvett says Jamieson vio- lated the amateur laws''in two rc- Hpects, and that the'Teglstratlon .com- irorld's records were lowered in Ihe 'National Amateur Athletic Uniou.'.swimming champion- ships last night.xThe 100-yard swim was won by Raithcl, of inois .Athletic club, -in 5i 2-5 seconds, clipping'1-5. of-a second from the rec- ord established by Dulce Kahanomotu in San Francisco July 4, 19IS. Berry pf..Chicago, ivon second and Nicholas Nerick, New York A. third. Raithel; W.: R. Hebner and JfcGiliirray. won the 400 yard .'relay .championship for; the 111- minutes 45 3r5 "seconds, cutting of. a second from the rec- ord held -by the club. The New York Athletic "club team .was second. TONIGHT AN ALL FEATURE PROGRAM The Law of the Range In the Latin Quarter .Universal Weekly WITH ALL THE WAR NEWS THE LAST WORD IN L-KO Bill's New Pal Mr. Stirling James IN NEW SONGS The numbers and the standing of; the num- erous candidates be posted inside 'the Theatre Tonight. TONIGHT "The Originator" O.C. CLUi MKTINO The 9.O.B. FMtMl cluk will, hoW a jeneral niwtlnt; in tbe otficea of Ott Quick Print Co., eTesloj -ncit at 8 o'clock. A or >ut- noncra' and requeued, 'toriigb.t. after. Ha.rveyiref vised J3dO a month.': may. result in his being placed-.under FrankJe Bums ol Oaji.and, Cal., here to accept a. material" reduction In'tUe ight-..: strong amount, he.had-been guaranteed.' ;y Wt J -Ol "at' I'-'T1" Three White aiid Tail Easiest to tor all Shoes ;