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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 8. TTfK. LETHBKIPfflE DAILY HERALD Friday, GIRIS PLAY SENSATIONAL GAME OIRSEAS FORWARDS HAD FINE COiBINAT Westminster Defeated by 3 to 1 Last Night at the I Athletic Park faro-r Tf '.her- 9f( last, evening's j Washington :rii siioli." D'isap the same Two: to sero, seas, is football pointed with the result o "day, the Wes'-.vipers to iml cnce more, tiny coula rot win Tlie forwards of the Overseas had the combination down to a fine point, and Home, with his strong defence, not let the Westminsters have Games in the Big Leagues CHERIMOYA WINS OAKES ttpsom Downs. Knp.. June 1 The Oakes stakes of sovereigns for Uiree-year-old fillies, distance one mile ami a half. was today by Cherhnoya. Toorios WHS see- 'ond and Hair Trigger H., third. Twenty-one horses started. AMERICAN 402 1 .'etroit ;no Ol'O 001 4 Waiker. Otey and Street: Lively nd Stanase (10 HANGE your Brand for once- try the Scotch Whiskey that deserves its high reputation. At all dealers. BUCHANAN'S New U'x-ll l Si. Louis 200 S 10 4 Caldwell. Quinn and Blair: Powell, j Bailey and Clarke. Philadelphia mo 311 20x__14 17 2 a look in. The moment the game I'Cleveland ___ 000 030__ S 10 started until it finished. Ihe "Seas" j Morgan. Russell. Coombs and Tho- kept at it in fine shape. Cameron Harkness. Pake and Laud tried to score, and so did "Freddie" j Boston...... 100 ooo 3 but goalkeeper Wightman was Chicago 200 020 501-10 34 Collins. McHale and Nunamaker: Walsh and Sullivan. on the spot with his big fist and nev- er missed sending the ball out. of the danger zone. If all-'- the attempts to score had been successful a very tally sheet would have beea .the .esnlt. as forwards had the better or me. xiafeace Male Rooters Introduce Pleasant Reward for Female Long Dis- tance Batters New York. June pleasant re- ward for raakng a home run was in- troduced in lUontclair. X. J., when the juniors and fresh-girls of the cJair girls' high school met in a base- Pali same. MANAGERS BEING TAUGHT LESSON BIS JAW PUNCHED I New York. June Kd- I ward Barrow. iiu- h'ssii-m League, is swinging the hip stick in an effort! I to suppress the rowdyism that has characterized some of the recent i games in that organization. Today players Uorridarr, Pierce, Schirm, j Beckendorf and Stall ings, of the _ ialo Club, lined each for! s their part in the buitiui; of Umpire j 'Cliester- Pa- -June Kcrin at, Rochester, Saturday, and Ithe lightweight champion, j Pitcher Sneer, the same team, i and Doolings. trainer, who are at I who threw the ball at Keriri. was Lcipervilie near here, were held up j suspended for Jive days in addition to j being fined Manager Joe Kclley. of Toronto, I was lined and suspended for ubtis- f Mart in the ;ame Suturdav. j for disputim Murrav in yesterday by two masked men. Re- volvers in their hands, the highway- men demanded .that we filter's turn over valuables. Wells refused and, a pass at one of the foot pads, j embankment. a little Cincinnati n- both 30n .1 AN AMIABLE MAN "u'hy do you argue with your was fined and suspended, land escaped. 3Iiss Louise Perry, shortstop for the jDon't you know it doesn't do you a was almost a riot when t freshies smashed out a home run in ,'oi: SOOdV of the center fielder. v .Newark, was fined His companion shot'twice, one of the decision 01 j bullets grazine Declines' head .Newark yesterday, and j ing a slight wound. dashed for i fcateri Frye Chas. Evans Eliminated in the British Amateur Championship Matches, Presiwick. Scotland, June 1. j.Charles "Chick" Kvaus, jr., of the i i'-'dgcwater Golf club, Chicago, -who was looked upon as one of the most likely candidates for the British ama- teur golf championship, went down to defeat today in the fifth round be- fore Bruce Pearce of Australia. Evans won a bye in the first round and had a walkover in the second. In the third, played yesterday, he dc- J feated Captain F. A. Stephens of t-lia j West Dorset Golf Club, five up and three to play. This morning he de- of the Roval jo j wmig aascea tor yi bjie noyai .-econd Baseman Nee. of the same j the footpad who ran down the pike Xorrh club, one of the stronc- I PI M I ,-v J _ f -_ -T I ray called Nee out at home for not Second game rseas forward line got busy from The .beginning, and- aithough they were sent to the ground frequently by rheir j Sr' opponents, yet they 'worked on i kept the ball in the vicinity'of 'he j Laudermil Jt kept the on-Than: F- lookers busy -to watch the ball, ss Pittsburg: there was cieel- of-end to- ead-j Chicago' ono oos oin 4 R 003 100 200 fi 12 .jQver the head .and two other girls crossed the plate ahead of Louise on the wallop. j So delighted wore the freshgin root j ers. who were crowded along the first :and third base lines, and back of the piare. that they seized. Miss Perrv ispos as to thc led toward field for the vigor oi 4-heir objections.'i race. Although Wagner hasn't struck his the top of the National est players "in the United Kingdom. This..victory, carried Evans into tha group of m-in the fifth round. Ha Zemich and Bresna-.aad kissed her. That form of reward and Clarke. struck several men as excellent, and 000 S i 100 13 3 Ferrj% Leifield and play and long rushes. Wright aid Parker, of the minsters. 'in 'the PJS AMERICAN ASSOCIATION halt, .out the 001 mo on'M was on the spot, Ness took a comeV-kick for the Ov- erseas and passed it to Brenman who scored for the Imperialisis. .Home would have put the bail'in the again, only one- of. his men got offisde, but shortly after: this Brenman tried 'but ai3 'not locate the right spot, so the first.half the in..tajor of the seas.' At the beginning of -the- second the wind came up, which caused advantage for the Overseas a a advantage for tiie Westminst- ers, who kept the bail in the -.goal, but were not able .to p'acc.the .ey leaped frunj uieir seats and rush- j followed by gathering clouds and a 1 for the field to join in the bestow- j cooler game ptej- But Louise's sister players stern- Ied here between the Cardston and waved back the nien. i era to run fast. One I an error in throwing; to first base in- f J but i stead of the runner I Taber their hard won victory. The line-tin of each team as fto I "-V -------j uim IUV.T. tmj: uclll bHUtWini follows, with the score by innings: and Mr. Turner says he is very the Creen into below T Providence Newark 200 002 g n m 000 and Peterson: Mannin- I ine gins ws and that helped Batted to slide Taylor, the de- clared against i'. fl-e said su-h an effort might -se the players' bck of training The "freshies" won, 15 to 4. BASEBALL TONIGHT Position Catcher Pitcher First Second Third Short Right Left Cen-tre (dubious about for Magrath Cerdston j if the; visitors play ball as they did Thompson j herre today: Murphy! straight victories Card- D. Spencer Wilson Duffie i ston may prove a Magrath, but only time will tell. J i _ The good playing thus far given the- Dr. Nelson !fans. to bring big crcAvds for v: Spencer jthese amateur league; games. J. Ellison Js booming i took two recover. The Au's- laying his-putt dead, won tho L. i could have easily been put out. The i'Cardston Curing the past eight years the York and Boston American ooo 200 i-io-G have played 170 games, Bos'tor 200 020 j winning 90 and New .York 89 games. Lalce Go- ujo, .was'jibV'bjlh'er American to be beaten. Lfbhel Mii'nn, of the Royal ;.J3tiblin ihn-- BalUof the. Royal Liverpool '.yjctory at Hoy last Jvpar. Him the British for the sey- fourth round '.GntmmSct -of the Litharn a coniparatite, outsider, .bv four and two. Holmes and Cady. and went over u'e Rochester m onn The Westminsters began to tire, Toronto -o ono out in spite, of this-the. still, and at: the end of the game the 'ball was near the Overseas' goal. A. Gurr was referee and av tire satisfaction. The line-up.wag as follows: I Home and Chisholm; half-oac.'cs. tiadale, Davis and Kane: foi-v-rds, Maim, Brenman, Bembridge, Muirand Mathias. Siimner: backs, M. Seaman and Whalan; half-fwcks, Simm. Hutton and Ness: foi-v.-irds. Hnggett. Wright, Parker, Barber and Cameron. The Y. If. C. A. and Sport- ing Goods win play ball at the Athletic Park tonight.. There will be some speed to this game. Don't pass it. up. e en- -Jar- READY THE! WELLS MEETS CROSS AT N.OQNIGHT Race tarry fn" Games Will Be Included, in Pro- Changes; That they "never do things Calves in Sweden" is beina- pn once more in the been removed, and root and Ul Branch improvements and extensions i0r! DT- rt are .beinK made. By the end of the York. June "Wells, coming year everything will" be corn- English lightweight champion and so when the games beein at holder of the Lord Lpnsdale .belt, will jthe end of June, there win be e w e make his bow at the Madison A. CJa seasoned and thoroughly tested stad here tonight in a ten round 'bout with and equipment mere- was an interna- tional congress of footballers at Mil- an, where a resolution was carried for ns inclusion So there is little doubt _ (tnat additions will yet be made to the programme. -v nie Liiis is so, mere yvili i yonci what international Swedes do jibes such as were lev- at- .England, hy Americans am- that her lead in the ag- scoring at the last Olympic s was won by the inclusion of a string of feeble and fancy con- like truly Leac '-Cross. If Weils defeats Cross he will find hig services in demand j Jack Briu.on. Packey McFar- lhe Marathon race is ror 15 over a picturesque route Lnat a but fair rest of tests land, Freddie Welsh and others. The the runners' endurance. Horseman- -p- Vujy 17 and IS. and inen will weigh in at-122-pounds- at In the afternoon. the two following "days will en up to yacht racing, rowing, s vim- mi ng, steeplechasiing and gymnastics. There is special anxiety among Scan- dinavians to figure well in the Mara- jtnon race and the water contests. As to field games, such a? football. I tennis, hockey and baseball, it was tm- jderstood that these should be exclud- [ed from the programme, so as to sim- mg to the field of'sport. One decision of interest to competi- tors is 'that the teams in the war shall not be allowed to wear np.i's in their shoes; Those who saw the' tussle at the London games wiii ap-j preciate the imnortanc-.e of this, ihe British police teains were po fully aided by the nature of their gear. BASEBALL AT PINCHER Hincher Creek. May sport- ing element has not all gone to sleep in this town yet. A team from the public school played the intermediates the proceedings, and reduce'ar the Athletic grounds rhis evening, them to their original scope. Bat. i Th's was the first of a series of games since then powerful influences oavej at work to the contrary, so there C.C. PAGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT CO. the International 'LethbrTdfle, Aita 'be nuujber of concessions made the Swedish committee. Among these very likely will be ihe inclusion of football. England s-nd j Denmark are very keen on the game, football associa- te be played during the season. public school team played whale of a game and defeated their opponents hy 2fi to .1. Another wiij likely be played next week. juon alao ursed its claims. More-i fine of a dozen batters. Chief Bender must be a hospital candidate also, judging by his whif ;