Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
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MacDonald Phone 1032 418J4 5th Street SLANG USED DURING GAME SAID TO BE .INSANE AND SILLY CHANGE DUE IN COLLEGE CIR- CLES IN STATES Xcw it necessary for uol- hall teams to be "Lalky" to bo winners Is it good sportsmanship fur the players in the field to keep up constant "yammering" or to address remarks to their opponents, either at the hat or In the licld. These are questions debated among eastern universities with considerable ieut just now, and it isn'b unlikely Sydney BROS LIMITED MADE IN CANADA FINE POINTS OF GAME DISPLAY- ED BY TWO GREAT GOLF- ERS AT RYE, N.Y. Hyc, -V. V., June J. Travis of Garden City, former win- that there will be an intercollegiate m.r Of and me- coiifarcncc before another season rolls BASEBALL NATIONAL w. Chicago......................... 2.1 1'UilaUclphla 21 Hrooklyji 21 (Install 211 SI. Louis 21 I'ittshuru IS Cincinnati IV New York 1.1 'Pet. .538 .525 .525 .432 llroolriyn............... s 11 2 PRtBlnirg............... 2 1 I'rqffer and .MrOartv; Cooper, Har- mon, Conzulman and Gibson. 1 3 St. Louio............... 6 10 0 .Douglas, Toney and Wingo: Griner and finydcr. No other games scheduled. AMERICAN VV. L. Chicago Detroit 27 17 Boston 20 15 New York 18 Washington 17 19 Cleveland 17 22 St. Louis 17 2-J Philadelphia 11 29 I'd. .651 .GH .371 .5H! .-17? I diculous that it not only docs the ome D Travers (j[ Montclair, other players no good, hut that it N> j also a ,-m.UCnt winner of na- smacks tor, much professionalism y d Mctconolitan gold honors, Some of the lingo that the college -m b hoys use lias come in for severe cri- ticism because it sounds so illiterate. older "player wa Mere, for example, is some of the out.lU-iven -frum tue tecSj bis r( stuff college players use which is of-, IiVrkable Kork OI1 lhc grMHS gav Detroit................. 1 New York............... 0 I 1 Dubue and McKee: Caldwell, Pleh j and Sweeney. 'Cleveland............... 1 but the veteran won by one up, after Washington............ G 7 0 )eu and O'Neill; Shaw and Henry. "Workin1 "At-a-boy." "Got the old stuff today, Alright, Alright." "We'll git him for yuh." AND SILLY greens gi I him the victory. His putting was un- canny at times and on several greens he needed only a single putt. A 10- foot curling putl on Hie fifth and an- other on the sixth green gave him the holes in two and three, respec- tively, each being one stroKe under These are only a few of the choice I par, uc then one up and never i St. Louis............... 3 5 Philadelphia...... 5 10 Weilaian and Agnew; Bush and Mc- Avoy. Chicago 2 7 0 Boston.....-........... 0 4 2 Scott, and Schalk; Shore, Mays and Cady, Carrigan. specimens which one may hear on nearly any college diamond as the members of the team endeavor to keep their pitcher up to his best and to tone, up the entire team. There- is no doubt that such conversation is no aouut inai suui Travis winning t-nc maicn on me is insane and silly, but it is hard to j green with a 12-ioot putt i'or a relinquished the lead from start to finish.. The gallery frequently applauded both men for their brilliant and dar- ing play. Each made the round in 76, Travis winning the match on tlv FEDER make the players believe that it doesn't afford "them a much needed stimulus. They all hear and sec their favorite teams in the big leagues do- ing it, so they feel it is necessary to .success. Last year a great many cri- tics went to the length of saying that the Boston Nationals the world's championship because they were a "talking team." But there is no evi- dence to prove that constant talking Imd anything to do with the.effective half in fours. Anderson vs. Walter J, Rye, iV.Y., June J. Trav- ers ot Garden City, b.l., thrice nation- al champion, and John G. Anderson, formerly of Boston, but now of New York, were matched in the final round of the Metropolitan golf championship today on the links of the Apwaniis club." This was the firth time Travers has played in the decisive round for the metropolitan championship. In pitching of men like Rudolph and tftis tournament he has defeated Os- James, or with the hitting of Evans and Maranville. REFORM CERTAIN It is pretty certain that college men, at least, will shortly correct id Kirky, last year's champion; Jer- ome D. Travers, Percy Pyne and Percy Platt. their baseball manners. One team in- dulges in -this chatter largely because another does it. Undoubtedly if both sides would agree to discontinue the practice neither would miss it, and the spectators would be treated to a game in which good playing alone would win the victory. Another point on which college men are coming to agreement is that the professional coach should not be al- lowed on the bench during the game, that the game should be in the hands of the players themselves. The baseball coach has been elim- inated from the bench and playing field by Harvard, Yale and Prince- ton, for their owa championship Barnes, and he seems slated for ination at other colleges in the near future. The problem is one which sug- gests-the dire need of an association to take up such matters. RUBE FALLS FOR A BUNCO Los Angeles, Gal.. June AUTO PILOTS WILL RACE FOR CHA'RITY Novel Contest Between Noted Drivers Scheduled in Chicago June 12 Chicago, 111., -Tune of the leading motor pilots of America and Europe will race for charity in. Chi- cago, June 12. This announcement was marie by Prof. David F. Reed of the Speedway Park association, which, with, the Chi- cago Automobile club, ig conducting ihicago'a first international 500-mile Speedway Derby. Admission of 50 and 2a cents will e charged, and one-half of the pro- ceeds will be given to charity. The Having invested in u wive tapping: scheme to beat the gamblers on horse races, H. B. Dauman, a farmer from Baxter Springs, Kan., travelled 1700 miles east to obtain his win- iiings, and, failing to ge( the money, travelled 1700 railea hack to this city to make coin- plaint. Dauman met two alleged wire tappers here two weeks ago. They showed him, he said, "tables loaded with about a million dollars in that induced him to invest drawn from a bank af, Miami, Okla. He-then had left, which the men borrowed before they departed, after telling him to meet them at Toneka, where they would hand him a huge sum as bis share of the win- iiings. Daurnaii procurod enough money to go east, but did not find the men at Topeka. remainder be used to pay the motorists' expenses, and oilier inci- dentals in connection with the elimin- ation events. OFF TO THE ANTIPODES Milwaukee, WIs., June Kramer, Wisconsin's welterweight champion, yesterday contracted to so to Australia for five contests under the direction of Snowy Bakor. Kram- er left last night for San Francisco to join Billy Murray, Red Watson and Joe Bonds, Jack Kearns' party. They sail June S. .j. WAGNER TO PART WITH CHICKEN Pittsbnrg, Pa., June Hans Wag- ner, baseball star, Is a chicken fan- cier and dog breeder, as well as short- stop superior, basketball tosser par excellence and fisherman with a pa- tience de luxe. Recently, when Hans paid the Alle- gheny county jail a visit, Warden Ed- ward Lowis locked .him in a dungeon cell for a joke. After enjoying thg darkness and the general sepulchra- hillty for a while Honus -began to rail. Finally, he remembered that offered vainly on several occasions to make a dog swap-_with him, and in near-despair, ho ca'lled out: "Say, Ed, let me out of here and I'll give you that for the hullpup." "Bargain." said Lewis, as he turned the big key. LL' HURLEY BACK ON ALBERTA FARM Former; Western Canada Leaguer's Team in South Went Broke Saskatoon, Sask., June want to go back" and "1 love the COWB arid chickens" must have been the thoughts in Bill Hurley's mind yester- day, if not the words on his lips as he massed through the city on his way to iis farm in Alberta. Bill has been managing a team in Los Cruces, in he Rio Grande league, but that team broke, as did several others in the league, and the old Quaker mana- ger- is going "back to the land." Hurley is still enthusiastic about Western Canada league ball, and. he figures that the game should be re- sumed next season. He says that if he is back at the head of the Quaker team again in 1916, there will be sev- eral of the old favorites doing duty for the Wonder City. 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