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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, APKlf, 29, 1311 Twenty The Hovers am! S'_ Mary's played bat nlsbt to a draw In the Uali Vert, the EC-ore betag 2-2. A pretty game was played, clean alt thrcnja. Tte Rovers hed St. Mary's goics in the first baK, asd 11 look ail St. Mary's energy to keep the ball Los Oil.. Apr! j tvray from their territory, but Ibe British lightweight.chanploo, Rovers ooly got one seal, which was Contest at Vei- non Arena vrs Tame Affair HAD ANOTHER CLOSE TUSSLE LAST NIGHT WITHOUT AD- VANTAGE s Iho decisitw over Lfaca tha only scors recorded In (be. first coonr.d the St Croy o{ New Ycrfe, in a twenty- Mary.s O.jsbt get a roand conlesl at Vernon Arena list j minutes of play nlgbt. Wib the exception .of the ihey scored, Percy Farrant hcaains linal roucd tie figbt vas a verj- tame 'bo ball into the net ThlB Eado affair. Moro than halt tbe ttae ttejboth leans easer tp score, acJ.csch men Tere on Ihc-lr was spent In site put in some prelty shots, but tlie cllacWnr Neither man in goalkeepers were there yllh the anylblns like caamuioutW? soois. H not until.about tiHr form much 'to tbe dlspleosaro oi lie' twenty tntr.utes o! play that St. lu tie ro-jnd Mary's again scored, making the. the resounded cries of, score 2-1. Tile Rovers then jot lively and "llake 'em Tbe i nnd iept slvlcs tbe BL Mary's "goal- referee, continually haJ to pull tbeta some hot stuff, aad Jacli apart, Craig, getting .ball, ran through Cross seemed Trorrica from the j tie defence and scored, evening 'the ind early revealed aajECOrc- Incilnnion to clinch. Both attempted That ealit3 ike and the ineffectual >-iishtinS, lvas even landed than one or Iwo lellini; bioifB. n tie latter naif ol the Iwen- Uelh rounrl, Welsh forced lie fight- Inj tmid cbnsyJerable v Welsh finished much the sirocgest JOCKEY DANNY MAHER WEDS Eiri of SMtbtry Glvei Bride Rich Locdon, April Mclnlyre. the referesj haadlsd Ihe ffttne jttls FiRSTGAME OF; SENIOR SCHOOL BASEBALL (By One ol the The lirsl game pi the School Sen- ior Baseball Leagfw .was played on 'the bacracks grounds yesleruay at- the former American jockey, and fercoon al 4.30, between' Miss Dorothy Frazer, were married' and Robisoa's teams. play was today "at St. George's. Hanover i somewhat which was lo be ei- sqoare. .The EarT of Rosaberr at-1 petted it the first game ol the'sea- tended the wedding and presented the 5ORI. C. A. Indcor baseball league has been 2nd'wo sec St. Cyprian's stalwart youths the head of tlie van. The St. Cyprian boys gained the right. to tlie title. of champions .ast Saturday rr.ominz, v.-4ien Ihey annihilated Knox team hy 32 to H In the first inninj it appeared'as if :he battle for supremacy was goin? to contested inch 'by Inch, but that delusion Tvas dissipated In thc St. 'yr.rian's second turn at hat, wheii they hammered in' r.o less than 1C which was _more than rone'nts w'ere'al'e to assemble for the whole o; the contest. It was a five-inning, contest, and this was tlic score by innings: St- Cyprian's 4 1C 1 11 32 Knot.. 2 3 2 4 The pbyers: St. Towle, Wcstley, Jones BunSam, llutchl- son, Hamilton and Richardson. 'Itching hand In practlco. today sni will be out of the game for several weeks. PACIFIC COAST Sacramento............ 7 16 1 Oakland............... i ii 3 San Francisco.........J' 4 G 3 Porlland 2 7. 0 Pitlsburg Urootlyn Philailelphia iuciimati '.i-x Vrfri........ hicago t. Louis iostrm NATIONAL Pel. a 2 .sis .714 grounds u-jll be dorie away with. It is cxpictcd that leagues will be form- ed and scheduled games arranged with neighboring In both tziies, and that, lacrosse v.lll be in Ihit district, the leading LOOK HERE LACROSSE MEETING There will be a meeting of ticrctie nthusTiUta tomorrow evening at tne Y.M.C.A. Everyone, wild it anxluui lo the game go here on amateur linea Ts urgently requested to l Old -plj] are Invited ti attend, NOTICE TO A practice game CALLJIS 1l in t barracha grounds on. night. Al players are bo al ibe Y 5I.C.A. al 6.45 sharp, CITV BASEBALL LEAOUE A meeting of the learns thai arc In dined to enter Ihe city baseball lea gue Ihta year Is called for lorhorrow tvening al the at 8 o'clock." AMERICAN 'W. 7 8 Vashington 5 "cw York 4 'hiladelphia 5 St. Louis 5 JosUm 4 Jlcvcland 3 Pel. 5 .583 1 ,607 5 .500 1 .500 .550 0 .155 5 .141 8 .273 FEDERAL Pet. it, I.ouis IliitTalo ilaltlmore Kansas' City Indianapolis 1'iltsburg .800 .f67 .SM .SCO .3111 .42-) The "Four" that Excels the "Six" Here is a four-cylinder Knight engine car that challenges the world's best sixes KNIGHT Ji is PROVEN superior of "cheap" pop. pet-valve Six. The equal of'even (lie Six of Ihnl'type. Every advanluyc claimed for the host poppul- ynlve Six is found in l.his RUSSELL-KNIGH'T Four, i'lus iunny valued fcului-es nol found in any poppet- vnIvc Six. U has more power than many Sixes with motors almost twice ils size. 1[ It has a flcxihililj' in the motor which aux- iliary yearing and extra transmission.spt'cds con produce. !l It-is ccpnpmical of oil and gasoline (o a degree wiih which no poppet-Valve motor ciurcoiiipnrc. 'j It cstabliilied world's records for and durability, which no poppcl- valve Six dpre even fpr S In liollar-for-dolliir value, no car buill in :t foreign 'country match it-by Tlwst; Bre not claims. They're FACTS. Facts lhat YOU can easily prove. Facts llyit vitally ailcct yoiir investiiient in any car. Facts which every shrewd buyer will thoroughly coiisider, in order !p buy wisely and well. Cal{ at our Branch to-day. Make us "shpy you" satisfaction vi'hereln this RllSSELL Four excels any pop- pet-valve Six. "MADE UP TO A NOT DOWN TO A'PRICE" RUSSEloTDR CAR HEAD OFFICE AND TORONTO 'BRANCHES: Toronto, Hamilton, Mcntrtil, palgarjr, yancoyytrr Melbourne ty England, April Tho'one hundred arid'sixth renewal 0[ the Tvd Tiio'jsalnl Gulncis Stakes for three-year-old colts and lilllea, was run. over thc Rowley Jllle here today, being tho first of Uie five classic rac- es tho year. The winner "was Sir John TbuMby's bay coll, Kennymore, by John which started at Z lo 1, Lord Londonderry's chestnut colt Coroyra, by Spearmint, 7- to 2, vae second, and J. B. Joel's brown colt Black Jester, by 20 to i, ivas third. v Eighteen Marled, Hip alsorana in- chiding his Majesty's Sunny By Fergus, Cincinnatus, CourAgeoiis, ilarsburg, Land of Song, JTy Prince, Pcrhelon, St. Scrcoi, Sir. Kajer nnd Trols Since hjs recent victory In Ih9 Craven Stalces at Kenny- more hns been n favorite. The colt was bred by Sir John Thursby, and Is trained by Alec Taylor. WOHLD'i CHESS.. TOUHNEY 81. Pclorabiirg, April the (th round o( the Internnllonal chcsa on jipnday, Alechlne beat Marshall, Tarrasch-'and Laskcr ad: lourr.cd tlielr games r.galnH Kubln- ttcln anil Ulackhdrno, 'respectively, phl'lo nitrnaicln nn.il' Nlerasofflecli ar.d and.tiunsborg drew. Scores of the leaders; AlachEnu arnl Bernstein, 5 each; Capablanca nnd Lasher, 2 each.' TOBACCO ;