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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta OPage fi TTTP, UvTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, June INTERNATIONAL POLO TODAY SONS OF THE ROSE PUT IT OVER WEST S. O. E. Played a Deter- j t mined Game From the' Start to the Games in the Big Leagues Trade of Big League Pitchers TO FORM DISTRICT FOOTBALL LEAGUE AT DALLAS TONIGHT i AMERICAN Washington 001 S 0 JNew York 7 i j Groom and AinsnriUt: Waruop and Hlair. i No other games, scheduled in the American League yesterday. From the moment the Westminsters Kicked the ball off at the beginning of the S. (X E. vs. Westminster foot- bail game last evening, lo the tlie worthy Sons went in. to win. At tlie beginning of the game Carnercn tried to score for Westminsters, but lie was off by about an inch, the ball Hitting the goal post. The opponents rushed and played i excellent combination, Gurr nearly i scored, but J. Seaman was there' with I the big -heavy prevented j tim from doing so. I The City Football executive meet tonight at the Hotel at 9 o'clock. Delegates are expected to be present from Cardston. Grassy Lake and .Macleod for tbe purpose of forming a Southern Alber- ta Football League. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES j NATIONAL I New York vs Brooklyn, no game on of rain. Boston vs Philadelphia, no game en account of rain. j First in. Louis oi'O 000 7 i-Cincinnati 5 I Harmon and Bresnahan: McQailla; j and Clarke. j Second I St. Louis 000 002 IS i Cincinnati 004 010 n i Golden. Geyer and Bresnalian: I Suggs. Caspar and Clarke. Jn the first half the ball remained In the vicinity of the Westminsters' goal, but the Seaman brothers were prepared. The Westminsters took the notion. end rushed, and greatly excited the onlookers, while Cameron again came very close to scoring. Simni made an attempt to score. vancing to third. Quigley. last years Gurr delivered the first for the second baseman, replaced Beck, but Znoose Jaw, .May game of I more than ordinary interest was nosed out by the Robins in the Sth. sseridan pitched a swift but slightly i erratic game, a wild pitch letting Collins home in the eighth and ad- j EASTERN Baltimore 041 000 -4 2 j Proidence 100 n 2 Vickers. Dygen and Egan: Bedient. j Kline and Peterson. AIj other Eastern League games cancelled on account of rain. noted Sons after about twenty min- utes of. playing. Heath field tried to give the Eng- lishmen another goal, but Sumner caught it. and disposed of the ball for the time being. IvI. Seaman missed I the ball, and Gurr passed it over to Clarke, but the Westminster backs came to the rescue just in time. Freddie Strum took rhe :ball away irom Gurr and Pearson, and made a i faring- and spectacular attack on the j stronghold of the Sons. Pearson had an excellent chance of scoring, but was a_.little_ too .slow, and the West- minster .forwards rushed. Huggeu tried to.score- and Cairns caused a penalty; -AV Tennant kicked it, but he aim- quite true, the ball hit wag unfortunate in his opening ses- sion, erring twice and nor collecting a hit. Collins relieved Naverson in the seventh. Bliss taking left field. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 200 220 11 Minneapolis 000 000 fi I Toledo 000 130 n, victory, saskatoon Moose Jaw Oio jn 002 010 S Indianapolis i i Kansas City i Milwaukee I Columbus :Louisviile 000 101 P 000 022 S 000 000 13 010 002 S 010 000 9 CZAR PAYS FOR CALGARY RACE HORSE Passes Through torse owes his reputation. Last year _ !55 races and finishing outside of the Letn bridge on the Wayjmouey onl-v once- has become 0 J- famous throughout the racing circles of the world .and has. done much in his way to attract the eyes of all lovers toR ussia People at the depot this afternoon j had i one the opportunity of gazing upon .Lf-OTt EDMONTON WON OUT IN NINTH INNINGS THE STANDINGS Johnny Mackin Clouting the Hard for Eskimos Sail WESTERN Winnipeg, May too': the-final, game of the pressiiL scrips from tie -Maroons, today by .the i of 7 to 5. It was another hot .came the-goal post and rolled off the field, j with the visitors .winning out in :he kicked it down to the j end. The locals, had the game i Calgary b'dmoLUon Moose Jaw Winnipeg CANADA Won Lost 14 10 Saskatoon S f) 11 111 crease the S. 0. E. took it down'- hear ;the Westminsters" goal. Out pf: no use. Cameron and -Ness triea-to-get back the one goal that the opponents had, but were not successful. Firth and Gurr tried TO score, but Gurr got tangled, and'fell in from of the North Warder's goal, and Sum- lie- passed it up the iins. Tennant try Ing to' score, but Coles and Farris rescued the iball. and kept the Eng- I lish colors high. At half j was in favor of the Sons'of Eng- land. The Englishmen started' hard at it after a few minutes' rest, and _ again. The Westmin- and from "a throw- tie left corner a-penalty kick Huttpn took it and scor- ed-the. first goal for the .Westminster Then Willets tried' to in-, the score fdr- the Sons, but Tennant'tried to score -slipped and fell, the ball going .he Sons' goal. -The North tried once but were to score. stopped the'tomedy and Willets scored for them, although the Westminsters worked hard to stop him Many corner iricfcs; took place, but' very few of them -amounted to anything. Cam- eron and Huggett played an excellent for Westminsters, as did Far- ris and Chiswick for the Sons. Hutton fell and .hurt himself, but nevertheless he stopped "Ye Sons" i from increasing the score. The West- minsters brought toe ball down to the S. O." E. goal, and Kuggett tried to score, but was unable. Towards the end the game became ragged, as the Sons thought they had .1 big enough score, bu; the Westminsters played bard to the end. Gurr tried to score once more, bin Sumner caught it. Chiswick headed the ball over the top of the goal. The game ended with the score in favor of the ooris. and suii trying to score. The line-up was as follows: .Sons or Farris and rairas, Alcock. Chiswick and Pear- son: Clarke Willets, Healhfield. Gurr and Firth. .T. Seaman snd M. Seaman: Ness. Hutton and Kimm: Cameron, Barbour, Parker, i Tennant and Huggett. at times but then went and threw it away by sloppy -work in the field. Ilie Chicago Eskimos' hits counted after Winnipeg New York- errors. Donovan's fielding and Mac- Philadelphia kin's and Brennan's batting were the j Fittsburg features, each j hits and playinj b'dmomon Winnipeg getting three valuable i Sr. Louis errorless ball. TOO 010 12 001' n HEINRI-CH BLEW UP AND CALGARY WON Brandon, May won the second contest with the Brandon An- .the score being to K. Bill .Morrow, used three pitchers in an at- tempt to stop but it was of no avail as the. Bronchos came back strong. first man in the box for the locals, lasted five and one-third inningsj.when he ed up for three two-sackers in a row, scoring two Heinrich .then went in -and the innings and held the visitors safe: In the seventh, Heinie blew up and allowed two two-daggers and a single, and Smith'srerror gave the visit- ors .riiree runs. Thelan in the eighth walked the first..man who scored on Smith's, 320.002 11 3. 100 013 5 Cincinnati 1H Brooklyn 14 Boston 10 NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. 22 n 14 .f 24 15 21 17 IS 17. 20 .4 24 .3 .2 AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. JUetroit 30 11 .732 Philadelphia 21 fti .568 Boston 20 .17 .541 Chicago l.c .520 New York IS in Cleveland 22 .4SO Washington U 24 .3RS Sr. Louis........ ir, 27 .325 CUTTING DOWN ODDS ON THE POLO MATCH of the most beautiful and ex- pensive pieces of horseflesh on the con- tinent. General H.. the greatest rac- ing stallion in America, was in the city, having just arrved from Calgary where he has been wintering, and is on his way to New York from which point he will be shipped to Russia where he will be made a welcome ad- dition to Czar Nicholas' racing stables. He was shipped to Lethbridge over the C. P. R. in a special freight car but from Lethbridge he will be sent to New York by express. The C. P. R. refused to take the risk of handling him in this way. so arrangements are being made with the A. R. I. au- thorities to deliver him to the Great Northern and he be shipped over this line. The price supposed to have been paid to Parslow. of Calgary, the own- er of General JH., is a staggering one to the ordinary layman. Parish, of i Cleveland bought the horse from Parslow for the sum of S45.000, the deal having been brought to a quite recently. B.ut this does not begin to compare with the price Czar Nicholas will hand over for the stal- lion. It is understood on good au- thority that the -Russian Emperor will pay Parish for General H. laid down in his stables in St. Petersburg. General H. is a standard bred horse, and was raised in Lexington Kentucky. I He was brought to this country bv I Sam Parslow. of Calgary, but it" is to the great training he received at rhe i hand? of his trainer, that thy of horse flesh to Alberta as the home of some of the best horses ever pro- duced in America. MAGRATH GOSSIP Magrath. May? interest is being manifested in the coming bout between Frank Francis and Jack El- lison for tbe middleweight champion- ship of Alberta. The match is now an assurity, the necessary deposit having been made and the agreement signed, and will take place in the Electric Theatre here next Friday ev- ening. Both men are reported as .be- ing in fine condition for the match, and a hard struggle may be expected. Kllison has claimed the provincial championship now for the past three years, but some are inclined to doubt his powers when be is pitted ag- ainst Francis. Early this spring they met before a local audience and Fran- cis gave Ellison a difficult tussle, al- though he was not in proper shape for the ring. The coming hour is for a hundred dollar side bet and gate re- ceipts. Ringside seats are selling fo ?l.OO, and already a considerable num ber have been disposed of. orse owes his reputation. Last year BASEBALL TOMORROW Arlvices from Chicago intimate that there is a deal on between the New orks and the dibs'for the.exchange jf Pitchers Reuihach" and Ames. It is iclieved thai a change of base would benefit both men, as they are now very much in the rut. Ames has been very unsteady, although considered by many experts to have the most wonderful curves of any pitcher in i the business. Reulbach is a big, hus- ky feilovv, rtftii going right is a very good twirler. There will .be a keen con- test in the City Baseball Lea- gue tomorrow evening when the, Y. 31. C. A. and Maroons come together. The two nines are about as squarely match- ed in strength as could be could be wished. .The Y. M. C. A. have a win to their cred- it, while the Maroons have failed to carry home the ba- con as yet. Tomorrow even- ing they will make a terrible bid for the honors. The race track is the scene of grea activity these days, and some fast driving and running -is in evidence Horsemen are being attracted from all over the province to the Agricul- tural Society's track, as it is one of the best to be found anywhere in the country. Among the number in train- ing is the famous Pathfinder, the win- ner in many fast races throughout the -West last season. 1 Next Friday Taber will- meet the local team in the first game; of the, season in the Southern Aiberta: Lea-. gu.e. The local aggregation. under the able management of Sam Mercer; is out on the field evening, and are getting into excellent shape the opening game. It is expect- ed that some rare playing -will be seen on both sides. evening the Taber team will be tne guests of the local club, and their entertain- ment will be well attended to. r OVERSEASVfVS WEST.MIN-. ___ __j The Overseas and VTest- minsters piny at the Athletic park this evening. Both teams are evenly matched and are fighting to escape the cellar position In the league. A good came is looked for. BATHS New York, June English and American polo teams motored down- to Meadow-brook today, hoping the weather would permit the first match for the international polo cup to be played this afternoon without further delay. Early conditions look- ed promising. A hard night's rain tivat left pools of water'all over the polo field ceased just before dawn, and at breakfast time the bright sun and a dry'northwester were at work drying up the turf. The prospect of playing on a sodden field instead of a hard aiid fast one wa.s regarded by many mitigating against the long hitting and hard running Americans and yesterday's odds of 5 to 1 on the match dropped today to 4 to 1 and i even three to one. It was left bv the DIAMOND CITY WILL CELEBRATE DOMINION DAY Diamond City's celebration which was postponed on account of the in- clement weather on Victoria Day, will take place on Dominion Day. The same programme of sports and enter- tainment as was arranged for the for- mer occasion will be given, including races and athletic events in the after- noon and a concert followed a dance in the evening. Lethbridge vis- ltors the Carmangay train at S a.m. will be met by the Diamond City train at Kipp. while a special will be run from Lethbridge at 1 p.m. di- 9.0. E. FOOTBALL MEETING A iirwieraJ meeting of the S; O. E Football club will be held at therusi- of Mr. E. St. Sash Door evening at S p.m. AM mter- i Good ready. Everythjn sanltary- hot baths always kept clean and HOT COLD BATHS M. K. Kaake BARBER SHOP I.O.O.F. Al- exandra Hotel age game mignt match ui> to the long hitting of the Westburg brothers or JJilburn of the American {team and that, visitors had a chance of dribbling the ball better on the soft turf. The English pony is shod with a tlange on the side of P m SAM LANGFORD AND TONY CAPON: AT WINNIPEG Chicago, June Langford and Tony Caponi of Chicago have the shoe, which the foreigners believe j been matched to fight 15 rounds in i is better for quick turning and riding Winnipeg, June 15th. off, especially on moist, grass. The________________ officials of the polo association said ENGLISH CRICKET tins forenoon that every effort would f London. June following he made to have the first bail chuck- county cricket games were finished ed in at 4.30 o'clock. with eight yesterday: periods of 7Vj, minutes each and three M. C. C. beat Leicestershire by 299 minutes resr between, except i runs. seven minutes is allowed, j Middlesex drew with Essex. j n is hoped to clear up the match an j Lancashire irew with Nottingham- Hi r before VgLire. ;H- THE CANADIAN FAVORITE THE SHOW THAT'S DIFFERENT WILL EXHIBIT AT LETHBRIDGE Friday, June 2nd ONE DAY ONLY Two Performances, 2 and 8 p. m. Al. G. Barnes Big 3 Ring Wild Animal CIRCUS Russian Bears Riding Arabian Horses Groups of Savage Beasts in Salutation Herds of Elephants, Zebras and Camels Leopards, Tigers, Lions, Jaguars, Pumas -all in big steel arenas under the direc- tion of famous male and female trainers High School Horses, Dogs, Arabian Ponies, Monkeys and Baboons and a host of new and novel features 2 Military Bands Monster Tents Special Trains Free Street Parade a. m. Rain or Shine MAJESTIC MONDAY NEXT I JUNE 5th Rex Teeihing with the reckless daring of The Gold Fields MAJESTIC ;