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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAIIT HERALD SATURDAY, JUNE 1914 AQUATIC ASSOCIATION PROGRESSIVE PLANS Campaign Organized to Secure More Members at Meeting Last Thursday Night-Big Regatta July 1 -To Hold Series of Dances general mretffig ot the Leth-lular, so it was decided to hold MM hrlclee Anuatic association, which first of a series on Thursday, the took place Thursday night at theirllSUi. mat. at 7 o'Uock A great pro- new clubhouse at the lake, was large-j gram for July 1st regatta -a as got- lf attended and a very enthusiastic tea up and entries for races taken. meeting was held, Over 40 members of the club turned out and consider- able work was cleared up. After a ran en the lake, consisting of 28 canoes and boats, the members got down to business J Home, the president, occupied the chair and made a very strong speech, to the club, complimenting theni on the manner in which the building liail been completed, End urging tnem to get together and wipe off the balance o! the building debt A strong membership committee was formed to thoroughly canvas tie young1 men of the town to enroll. It was considered that the swimming and dressing 'room privileges for the year ought to he worth at least 00 to any person TO -HOLD. REGATTAS Now that the evenings are so long and the water in the lake warming lip a bit, regattas ought to be pop This -is- to-start at 2.30 sharp, and two hours' real good sport is prom- ised The regattas are to be free to all spectators, no sold, nor any collection taken AIL partici- pants must be members of the club in good standing SERIES OF DANCES' The first club dance proved such a success both socially andinh- anciallv. it was. arranged to. bold .a series during. June_July and August. The .first of these flannel dances is to be held on the ports' for cantos and boats are re- movable, which leaves a splendid dancing.hall .and .the large..dock a cool sitting out place. All boats- and canoes will be p'aced at the disposal of dancers on that evening Any person wishi324o join the club may do so bv making application to the secretary-treasurer, of the club, Phil Bawden, at Bawden Bros, store. HENLEY REGATTA 1 CANADA, UNITED -STATES, GER, MANY, SWITZERLAND TO BE REPRESENTED "June Henley re- gatta, which takes place this year from July" JL" to July 4, to create an international the United States, Canada, Germany and Ewizerland 'wiE represented i the various evente. The, Grand -Challenge. eights has attracted entries from the Union club of Boetotfand Harvard an- that Eng- land. wfll.Iiave to fight hard to retain it, as Canada also will be represented by the Winnipeg 'Rowing club, in eight are three oarsmen of the fqur Tvbo captured the cup The Stewards' Challenge cup for fours will also hring forth a struggle, as the ATainz Rowing club, from Ger- many, intends to eend a four to com- pete. Last year the Mainz four de- feated the.Argonauts of Toronto, and alBo Leander, in this event, but lost to New College on a foul, the Ger- mans steering very erratically, and colliding with their opponents. In the Diamond sculls, Robert Dib- amateur sculling champion of America, will represent the Don Row- club of Toronto. Dibble will have a big field to con- tend against, Including A. McCullough, Leander, who has won the event .once Before; B. G. Williams, a Cambridge oarsman; ,S. E. last year's president of the Oxford Boating club; E. D. P. Pinks, the runner-up in 1913, London Rowing club; B. b. Watts, Thames Rowing club; N. Tj. Hugglns, Twickenham; C. 31. Stewart, King- ston, and G. C, Frlpp, Manchester. CLABBY GIVEN OF A RAW DECISION Fought Jeff Smith in Australia and Referee's Judgment Caused a Riot Sydney, N.S.W., June "dabby, the Indiana middleweight, was given, the worst of an unpopular de- cision here tonight, in a twenty round boxing match with Jeff Smith, a Phil- adelphia fighter, who has been appear- ing in Australia for several years. So the crcrwd like the referee's judgment.that the decision brought on a riot. The police 3iad difficulty in controlling the audience, and the re- feree was hissed and hooted. This was Clabby's firet fight since iximing here from San Franclaco, and lie mado a favorable impression. The opinion generally expressed by sport writers and experts at boxing who at- tended the fight was that Clabby had .teen treated unfairly. TETRARCH RELEGATED TO STUP FARM FOR BREEDING PUR- BAD LEG London, 'June It defin- itely decided tfcat The is not to race again. He will start his carnr at the stud next. season, most probabh in Ireland, and it is under- stood that his fee will be a vety high one 400 guineas has heen mentioned on breading circles' Captain 'ilcCal- niont received', an mous riumljer of applications for nom- inations' to hia horse: Within a day or ..two the publi- cation of the announcement -that The Tetrareh had broken down ;ind been struck out of the Derby, an enquiry was received irom .Australia whether he cdiild be brdught.'The reply was, of course, .in the negative., So long ago as January Captain McCalmont was offered for The Tetrareh, and an understanding would hare been given that the son of Herode should at once be turned out of training. It is satisfactory to know that there is no risk of The Tetrareh ever leaving, the TJnited Kingdom, Zach Wheat ji sure making a hit In Brooklyn, His long cleatvup drives ,re doing much to .help the team long. He It no retpecter of penont, either, Mitty the tame to him at anybody elie. The Brooklyn team looks strong. They h-u gcad hitting and, now that Roblnien la making them ut. speed and haa steadied up :he pitcher', they are likely to cauae l lot of trouble on. the.circuit. JESSE JAMES MAY DIE lockey Ridlne at Saskatoon Piled upson tho" Track Saskatoon, June Bad weather and a. serious accident -to Jesse James, 'the rider Jacfc Ad- ams; in. the third race, marred-the op- ening. day of the Saskatoon club's James' mount i from- behind, fell on top-of him. The jpckey is not ex- pected to his mount was un- larmed.. Ray Egan broke a leg and was shot. The results were as follows: First. race, pace. lal Chief, Tvon; Danico, second; Mid- night Oro, third. Time, Second race. Bis furlongs Athabascan, won; Ethel Simpson, see- ind; L., third.; Time, Third race, five furlongs Dr. 'won; Chilton Trance, second; TimbrooSs, third. Time J.; 02. Fourth race, Dan Logan, The Tetrarcb thus retires to the won; Merry Direct, Eseond; Imbro, stud with an unbroken record of vic- tory, having won in the easiest fash- ion the half dozen races in which he started as a two-year-old. A filled leg, brought about or aggravated by which the most- scientific shoeing failed to remedy, prevented him carrying put any of his engage- ments this season and has finally led to his retirement to the stud. Chiefly on account of his an iron grey with large white blotches The Tetrarch became in his brief car- eer the most popular horse on the turf, achieving a position in the af- fections o! the race-going public, and of the much larger public interested in racing hut which never sees a race- course, equal to 'that occupied in the aast equine generation by Pretty Polly and Sceptre. His peculiar col- oring made him a conspicuous object, and soon he became familiarly known as "the Rocking Horse." When, he was foaled his first coat was brown with black splotches, and this turned to white and grey respec- tively, For pure pace The Tetrarch lias few rivals In turf history, but as ;n two-year-old career he never ;von; over a longer course than six had no chance to demon- strate his stamina, FEDERALS FAIL TO LAND SEATTLE PITCHER Seattle, Wash., June at :empt .by the Federal league to raid :iie North-western league ivaa ast night, when Pete 'Schneider, the star pitcher of the Seattle Northwest- ern league club, signed a. contract with the Cincinnati National league, and departed immediately for the east after he virtually had agreed to leave tonlgrht to join tin Chtcnjo Federals. Schneider had received from the Feds, and intended to on to- night's train, but John McCloakey, Cincinnati scout, found Schneider and offered him a liberal amount, and the Seattle pitcher accepted. He return- ed tho Federal money and left wlthi the Bcout for tho east PAPERS LIKE SHAMROCK IV. Tho yachting correspondents of tho' papers express the mwt hope- 'ul opinion of {Shamrock IV.'s behavior, third. Time, Fifth race, five furlongs Gray's Favorite, won; Lady Rensaeller, Sec- ond; Triste, third. Time, Sixth race, mile Miss Picnic, won; Tureon, second; Lady McLatty, third. Time, TOO MANY IN THE DERBY Crowding and Deplorable Conditions In Big Flat Race London, June G, It is reported that the Joekey club Is investigating con- ditions in connection with the Derby, with a view to taking steps to pre- vent the entry, of "forlorn hopes" in the big which offer priz- es for every starter and hold out strong financial temntaMon to owners to enter such foilorn hopes. The field for the Derby on Wednes- day was so largo that there were de- plorable Bcenei at the start, and sev- eral horses "were injured through be- NATIONAL St Louis 9 fi 0 New York 3 10 6 Ferritt, Roblsson Wlngo Mir qutri aniJ'Msyfrs Chicago Brooklyn Vaughn and Archer and Miller. 0 13 3 584 Allen, Ptefter Cincinnati .268 Boston 790 Ames and Claiit, Perdue and Gowdy. Pittsburg .373 Philadelphia 13 14 1 McQuillan, Mamaux, O'Toola and Qlbson Mayer and Killifer, AMERICAN First St Louis 673 Detroit 5 10 J Hamilton, James, and Agnew Dubuc and Stanago and Mo- Kee. Second St. Louis Detroit James and Cicssin Kee 033 s d a Main and 5Ic-r These are the only games today. FEDERAL Baltimore 14 18 Ffttsburg BUSINESS MEN, ATTENTION! Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Truck f.o.b. Milwaukee duty paid M. PRIEST 511 6th St. South Phone 1856 QUAKERS CHECKED, of the hardest of tho season, lull of .thrills sational baseball, the Mad Hatters stopped the Quakers' winning streak and won 3 to 1. Over, anxiety by Carnes, the.Hatters' short .stop was Il responsible tor his errors, but he and _ I all the rest of the. team fielded bill- Suggs and-Jackhtseh Harder, Le- ,l I, II V j V TkL T clair and Bern liantly behind Lmd, who pitched fine _____ bail Buffalo 6102 Brooklyn 2 i 3 Krapp and Beaton, Peters and Land. St Loms __' _ 1 4-0 Kansas City 170 Groom and Simon'; ;Cullop. aiid Eas- ;erly. Chicago iidianapolis Watson and Wilson' 5 1-1 3 4 .12 2 1 Wallenberg and INTEBFATIOXAL 7. Montreal 8, Toronto' Iff. Jersey City 5, Newark; 6. Rochester-Buffalo, game postponed. AM. ASSOCIATION Indianapol s 4, Cleveland 6. Louisville 5, Columbus'2; Other games off, rain. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 6, Portland 2. Seattle 5, 2. Spokane-Tacoraa, rain, NATIONAL -1 W. -L. Pot. New York ,23 14 .'622 Cincinnati............ 26 18 .691 Pittsburg................... 18 .538 Chicago 22 22 .500 St. Louis 22 24 .478 Brooklyn 18 20 .471 18 20 Cadreau also pitched -well, several of the eleven hits .-heing of the scratch variety He took a poke at Umpire Becker in the eighth after a. close second and was iHlt out of the ground Both had good con- all passes issued being inten- tional. Saskatoon Medicine Hat Cadreau Northrup Lmd and Blibs and 172 3 11 8 alters MACKIN S WELL Moose Jaw, June crip- pled, put up a good brand of ball, but were beaten 1 to 0 today Slack- in did well at second lor the Msitprs Edmonton Moose Jaw Stallcop and Wall? 0 1 Spencer Feet 5 5 0 and TRIGGER AND TRAP Calgary lit ReglnS, ram, PITCHER JOHNSON.NOT ANXIOUS Replies" to Query Pointed Walter Johnson merely. grinned when asked if he to confer with Joe Tinker, manager of the Ghifeds. "I am working 'out my contract with the Washington, said the great twirler. "Until that 'is done I wouldn't even consider .a proposition from tho Federal league. 'No, I am not going to tha game today. It's a great day for a ride IE my motor car." AMERICAN- W. L. Pet. 25 15 .625 26 16 26 19 22 20 10 22 li) 25 New York.................. 17 23 Cleveland .14 Philadelphia Washington Detroit St. Louis Boston .619 .578 .524 .163 .432 .425 .333 BONDS BEATS. MCCARTHY Lewiston, Mon., June Bonds of Tacoma. was given a draw In his twelve-round battle with Tommy McCarthy, the Moiitapa "white last night. Bonds proved a .surprise, his speed and aggressiveness stamping him as one of the b.est light heavy- weights ever seen here. Phil Kearney of Denver 'won a decision over Harry Forbes of Butte after twelve -rounds of hard fighting. .j .5, V BOUT POSTPONED LOCAL GUN .CLUB SHOOT TONIGHT AT 7 The first shoot for Ithe club cham- pionship of North. America iviH be held at the traps tonight at 7 o'clock. The trap shooters of Lethbridge can hold tteir own. iritti'the best shots from anywhere, and" they haie a good chance of pulling down something from the list of prizes la this mammoth competition CALGARY CUN CLUB TO HOLD BIG ".HANDICAP TOURNAMENT IN JULY Calgary, Mta June S the biggest event that a gun club has evsr dd !i the will be held city on July 2 and 3 this year. The Calgary Gun club will hold ah international handicap tournament, and there will be shots from different parts of the continent competing. Sev- eral befen 'donated for the winning sliots, and for two days the clay birds wilt he hanged at in great style. R. G. Robinson in gold, presented to the shooter -making the largeet straight run, unfinished runs to count, In 1 handicap and team "shoots. Two- sil- ver 'cups, donated by A. D. R. Hild- dell and Dr. J..N. Giinn, will, ne pre- sented to the shooter making the high- est average, haying shot in all events, scores to be sweepstake ev- ents and excluding handicap and, team. shoots; "BUN" CLARK'S JOB "Bun" Clark, the old: Tecuniseh la- crosss goal tender, has been appointed br the British Columbia Lexisiatura.. to "the position, of. cleric in the land registry office at New Westminster, B.C., where he has heen playing ou the lacrosse team for sevora! years The ihree Blues for Spring Rich Blue Serge Salts in 2 and 3 button styles. Blue Worsted Suits in pin Stripes and novelty effects. Blue Flannel Suits, plain and with stripes. up. 967 McKelvie McGuire Baltimore 23 Chicago 21 more, lost his temper, and, with the King's horse, Brakespear, was badly Buffalo 19 Brooklyn..................... 17 ihs race would have been the King's Indianapolis 18 St.rLouis................... 20 Pittsburg 18 Kansas City............... 10 had not Brakespear been, hemmed in until it was too late to overtake Dur- bar II., the winner. Popular Polishes and White ;