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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, ms THE DAILV HERALJ) Tgfc COAST TENNIS STAR IN WILLIS NIA E. DAVIS OF CALIFOR. GIVES PROMISE OF CHAMPION i WELSH REFUSED TO BOX DUFFY Buffalo, NT., Juno l.-Prod Welsh, lightweight champion, refused to, meet Jimmy Duffy hero ior their scheduled ten New York, .June 1.-Willis 13. Dav- is ol San Francisco, at, present a student at the' University of 1'cnnsyl- xania, is the latest important addi- ition to national .tennis circles. Be- cause oi his previous obscurity, both 'Bast and in Us native state, regard- ing lonnis 'ability lie is the subject of anuch. his recent triumph over Wallace F. John- son, whom he defeated in a three- set mutch.. Every California player who has lelt a marked impression on tennis circles during his sojourn through the East held to his arrival, a imputation (or ability on the Pacific Woiist. Their prowess ean he traced from scholastic to collegiate tn- With nearly all Califomians is as- Eociatod the cannon-ball service, with volleys and ground strokes. The minute that Davis be- gins 'to play Olio is impressed with She similarity of his style, as corn- Wared with the prominent players irom .the- Sunset state. There is a general Pacific coast atmosphere per- 'adiug his very attitude on the court. When he throws the ball into the air on his service and makes the sharp cnnfcict over the upper portion of the (ace of the racquet in order to give ,the sphere the revolving motion ne- cessary to promote the famous ''break one can readily im- agine a McLpughlin or a Murray in action. The wide-break of the hall in his opponent's territory is immediately followed by the close Oalifornmn cover oi the net in order to cut down ;the return at a sharp angle. The high lobis not considered in the cool, de- liberate 'manner of the Eastern play- er, but is met in the same way as the service a clean, sharp follow-through, to emphasize the de- sign of the pliyor. round tight last night, when the Lockport hoy welshed in three pounds overweight. The tight was to have toon at 138 pounds ringside.- The bis Broadway auditorium was crowded to overflowing, about 6500 flsht fans being The ticket money was refund- C ;'i signed the articles, and I was willing to live up to (hem, .aid Welsh. sense of mv risking anything with a fellow 'who deliberately vio- lates his agreement." I Brooklyn at. Louis Pitlsbuttt Cincinnali New York DEFEATED SWEET GRASS NINE ON HOME A FROST NATIONAL Ohicago Boston 20 .30 W. Pet. IB II! ..MO! 18 .520 18 .500 20 .487 20 ..475 111 .441 20 .412 8 1 7 2 Philadelphia Brooklyn Alexander, Demnrce and'kilmer Burns, Deal and McfJarly. Cincinnati St. Louis jirowu. Tony and Wingo Meadows and Snyder. York Boston............................ Schrupp and McLean gan and Whaling. Smith, Ka- Chicago .................................'2 Pittsburg 0 Zeabel, Lenr and Ikesnahan Ad- ams, McQuillan and Gibson and Schang. AMEEICAN W. L. Pet. METHODISTS MET WATERLOO IN ALL BUT ONE MATCH LAST NIQHT Three out of the lour teams of the ;ity courts defeated the Wesley play- ers In a Iriendly tournament last nieht Two teams oi men's doubles played on each court. The Wesley players at the city court were Guess and Cobhlsdick, against Rice and Davidson, the score was W and 6-3 for the city.. Carton and Price oi Wesley defeated and Boss 6-3 and C-2. Dr Allen and minor uefeated Dowsiey and and 6-2. Dev- ereaux and Harris defeated Chandler and Dr. Davison 6-2 and 6-3. The games last night were the iirst oi a series of-games to be arranged bv these courts. The class of tennis played was of a high calibre and as the season progresses the play prom- ises to -be keen. Another like tournament will proh- ablv be arranged with the St. Au- guston's club. The legal profession, too, is talking ol a tourney iu which the lawyer-tennis players of the city will engage the best racquet wielders of the city courts. BUCK WEAVER SUSPENDED Chicago. June Johnson of the American league today indefinitely suspended. .Buck Weaver of the White Sox for his conduct to- ward Umpire Hlldebrand In the De- troit game yesterday. Chicago.......................... 27 Detroit 25 Boston ID New York 10 Cleveland 17 Washington 16 St Louis 16 Philadelphia 13 Detroit Chicago _ ,_ Dauss and Baker Fabre, Berhling and.Sch.alk. and McKce. .659 .595 .570 .543 .459 .457 .410 .310 1 7 Washington Philadelphia Johnson' and Henry Bressler and JIcAvoy. St. Louis Cleveland..................... James and Agnew stead and O'Neill. Boston.......... New York Wood and Sweeney. 4 3 6 Wyckofl 1 i _ Jones, Har- 10 15 1 Cady Keating am FEDERAL w. 2? Chicago Kansas City Newark Brooklyn St. Louis Baltimore Buffalo Baltimore Buffalo 23 22 21 IS 16 16 13 L. -Pet 16 .59 17 '.57 17 '.56 17 WHEN YOU CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL! IGLEY is the one confection that can be used by everybody with perfect assurance that it is not harmful in any'-.way. If it did nothing else except to prevent acid mouth and bad breath, it would be a boon to mankind. But it's helpful in manyways. It keeps thirst to steady stomach and nerves! .653 .486 .471 .421 .383 5 1 0 1 Milk River, June River, naschall team journeyed to Sweet 'Grass Saturday and defeated their opponents there by 14 to 8. The ball game was the big attraction of the day and furnished all kindi of excite- ment for the big crowd. The light between Smith and West in the evening was a frost. The re- feree called the hout "nc-contost [elCU Clllltu uuv. UUMu "u itlie eighth rouud and all bets POLO PLAYER- DIES AT YPRES London, June A. Noel of Great "Britain's fam- ous polo'players, has died'at Ypres from gas poisoning. He was a ber of the international team -Sent from England In 1911 and 1913 to play against Jleadowbrook (Long Island) team for the international polo trophy. 3. 8. ATHLETICS The junior S. S. Baseball lea-gue game between Knox and St. Patrick's, will be postponed from Thursday to Friday night at tie Barracks. Start at 7 o'clock. Smith, Bailey and i Russell; Ford, Allen, and Blair. City Chicago 151 Cullop and Brown Hendnx and V'ilson. Newark 1 11" 0 Brooklyn 2 64 and Randen Wilson, Up- ham and Pratt and Simon. INTERNATIONAL 'rovidence Newark Montreal lOChestei Toronto Buffalo ___________ Dl DEFENSE i azo this time Connie The real winning spurt ol Dono- Lte fans aregKetting an eiiuallv con- were m-and-outers, losing as many deraonSstratfon that a great games as they won Caldwell start- ii sufficient to ktep a club m ed a streak, which amounted front of severa other combinations to six games before being broken, and bit still sticks. A com- f severa oter cominaon ncrior in attack Most i the winning ,nabit still sticks. the argument that the punch par.son of scores by opposing WK ec m he Ya It the there can be no fying that tatcd dunn Supr defence has been under- vg the years of Mackiaa pa.son teams shows the difference m the Yanks de- fence before and after the -date lefer- jut. The comparison oi Yanks and Ath- letics is not to be taken as a setting Sn of a faded champion against a bud- ing champ. Jt is a long, lone way Ho October and pennant figuring u a- kit premature now. The Yanks owe their present posi- tion to ,1 remarkable defence, as their has been far-below par and fives every indication-that no great red to In the first opposing clubs nicked the ight gam he Yank the five runs or more on four different occasions. In the last sixteen games only one has produced four for the enemy, two produced four and the remaining thirteen- three runs or less. These figures in- clude both earned and unearned runs. In sixteen successive games the clubs opposing the Yankees have scored a total of 38 runs, less than each nine every indication nu K.LWMU SWIV.A r knuit is to be expected in stick work, two and a half, runs for of tusht pitching innings of play. To pitching and Sn[ tight fielding may he fielding of the brilliant sort this re- fciud as the answer fir Whatever 'cord must he attributed. In the Yanks may show as a meantime the yanks have been prov- ptnogcm themselves iiuite neat with the k'lnninK list as SUHICC. DUli it UIAIII ui VIH. ,n well balanced otherwise Hiai 11 White iturt of 1906, when the uires no such stick work-to wm Bitching and fielding a batting limes does any other American mark that Kerned like jote for a league elob that might be mentioned, winning hall cluh. _________ Sealed air-tigM fresh and! clean I It quickens appetite, aids digestion, brightens and preserves teeth. There's joy in its full, long-lasting flavors: cool- ing, soothing Peppermint or the delicious tang fresh Mint Leaves. It's fine when you are feeling out-of-sorts, but don't wait for that! Keep in trim! Chew it after every meal! MADE IN CANADA RUlBftLL M EXPECTED TOMORROW NIGHT Saskatchewan Liquor Men Are Angry The victory of the S O E over the Callies last neek makes the Ensteh- men a decided attraction for tomor- row night's football tilt at the ath- letic park, when they run up against the fast North Lethbridge eleven. Speculation'is rife as will jrove the master, and judging from tihe calibre of.-both-teams an excel- lent game is certainly assured. Kick- off at 7 o'clock, sharp The following players are requested to turn out for Xorth Lethbridge, stripping at the bail park at 6 id p. ITI itt anfl Holland, Newman, Whyte and Holberton, AM. ASSOCIATION jouisville 2 Columbus 4 NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Tacoma Aberdeen Spokane Seattle Victoria ing at the hands oi FIcetwood girls in baseball game .yesterday afternoon. The score tells the tali 41 to 6. The line-up Bennett, 3b., Edna Hallworth, cf.; Dena HuK, Ib Eivme Kipkin, .Edna Allan, c Jessie Johnson rf.; Rutji Inman, ss, Nellie Robertson, 2b.; Lillian Perry p. Beach, 3b. Eva Bissett, ss.; Ethel Kaake, Ib Ada Murray, p.; Emily Bolton, If Cora'Cronkite, rf.; Mcta Wellington Alice Hardy 2b." Score by mns.S" Pleetwood 13 17 3 4 4-41 Breeze, J: Tennant, Mclndoe, Simm and CaropMlU Reserves T. Tennant and Moodie. 'Following is the S.O.E. line-up for the game Parsons, Nesbitt and Wallis Lee, Bennett with one hand, his left hand hanging limply. GIBBONS CATCHES TARTAR New York, N.Y, June gave Sir Tames to General Alderson, I called him 'BUly' for a stable name When the horae came up I said quiet- OB waitvcii ed his nose in the of my hand He rubbed my hand ajl over and nod ed his head up and down." Uf, en. the statement to oompal- sory service should or resorted to and would wiWlf ernnlent to wWt of men should ie W0 to manufacture ot munltioin, other vital state sevioei. SHOTS 3ILENCE Paris June, The at In Syrte w the taf having Incited tile IxirkHn