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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta 'OIK LKTHKiriDGK DAILY HEUALD 'Friday, June 7, I THE LOCAL AMO WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS IQPSCOIS DEFEATED OVERSEAS CALLJES' INTERMEDIATES HAD THE SUPERIOR 'STAYING POWERS SCORE 3-0 TOD SLOAN OPENS FIRE ON ENGLISH JOCKEYS IN DERBY Lord Lonsdale Retaliates the Attack of the Word's Famous American Rider-Question ofttie Saddle and Style of Riding RAYMOND DEFEATED CAfepSTON IN fHE OPENING GAME BALL TEAMS OF SOVTHERN TOWNS COMMENCE HOS- TILITIES The Callie Colts heat the Overseas young blood by a score of three gonls .to nothing at the athletic park last evening in an intermediate league1 fix- ture. The game proved interesting in. many ways, althous'i it did seem a Vrifle sloir. There was ahundancc of excitement and for'a time the teams secnied well matched but the Scotch warned to last better. The Overseas team contains SOUK very promising which will ere long round to nicely and then let the Callies look- out, because they will have a harder nut to crack the ncit time the teams meet. supporters oi both teams never lost a moment in cheering their on. The three goals tallied liy tlie Callies were scored by Page, their illever forward. There were no unpleasant features in the game, -Which was very clean all the way. .the following is the. line-up with the officials McDonald j, backs, R." 'Johnson'and Ness; half Col- lier, Smith and AIcMahou forwards, Anderson, E. Tennant, Page, McTl- nnd Kirfrpatrick. Overseas Goal, Home bacta, Wheclon and Dison-; half "backs, Hax- iori, Cameron, ami Bannerman; for- Hlncks, G. Shcrtden, Hooker, TurnbuJ] god GJflflyin.: Referee, J.; fiurr.j linemen, Tennant and Halkerston.. London, .Tune oil Tod' Sloan's attack on the English Jockeys Jn. the1 Derby nice us Inferior riders, who fulled to get the most ou of tiielr mounts, Lord Lonsdule, ii the Dr.Jly Express this morning, says: "It JG not want of pluck aud norve time prevonte .the EngllBh boys From riding as well ae their predecessors Tilo fault lies iii the adoption oF the unnntural Amarican seat, with its ab- surdly Bhort leathers. "This .practice playlug havoc wltli the riding In' this country, be- cause the position, of the Jockey is 90 unnatural that he must be of abnormal physique, if he IB to he la a position to Tlfle his race properly. "It Is impossible- for a Jockey nowa- days, sitting crouched In this abnor- mal way to display the horsemanship with which Mornington Caa- non.UBed to win racee. "I.wntched the introduction of this style" of riding wlttulistma't, and 1 am convinced it is responsible for many of .our preEent-.ahortcomipgs." j As Sloan Introduced the crouch scat hero, the foregoing is a decided Blop_ at hie method of riding. Mr. Hirphiiel. the owner of tile Der- by wlnn-er. Tagallo, also dlsngreea with Sloan's conteiUlou Hint .the Kngr Hsh jockeys of lodfiy lack nerve nud skill, and refutes his declaration that] methods of French trainers, who lleve in running horses oftener, are superior those cf the English trnlners. "They cannot fnirly compare .lha trench nnd English systems of rac- said Mr.. Raphael; '-'they are so dls-sliniloh 1 once had n horae.train- ed at GhantiHy, where the gtillops done on the sand, niifl.I will never nd another liorso lo.Krance." Richard Woolen, the famous train- er, and father of Franfc Woolen, u lendfo- Eliglisli jockey, said: "There is nothing the matter with English racing, either from a racing ir riding point of view, no maUer what Sloan thinks." Change in Football Club School Baseball League OAKS Rich English Racing Stake Won by the Outsider, V Mirska Epsom, 'Bag., June' Tie' Oaks Stakes ot for. -three-year-old fillies, about one mile and a half, was won by'tbe outsider, j. Pratfs Mirska, tiy St. who-surted sit 33 to 1. -Leopold de Rothreblld'a Equitable, 33 to 1, .wag and -Lionel Roblha1 Bill and Joe, 10 to 1; third. .The tragedy of -the-race ii4he de- feat, of Tapille, .tha Derby ..winner, vrho itarted at. odd3-on of 2 to. J, and led up to the distance, when sTie vas beaten and the field streamed by her. field numbered .fourteen, other alao-rans being Belle tele, Green Clo'tb. jenny Halton, Lulette, Lovely ly'lgbt. At meeting held In the Y.M.C.A., ot thVbaBeball managers of ithe Sun- day .School (teams, a decided chunee la the present In- termediate Baseball league. Owing to the fact of -the inequality of the teame in the league, It was Class A and Glass B. The Knox, St. and Wesley teams will constitute ClasB A, each, team playing a series of four gamefl with the other two: teams. first 'game will be played on iMpnday at' 7" o'clock between Sr. -Andrew's and. KnoK.. teams ou the- Barracks irounds. ClttEH B will be'comnoaid of St. ;-Cyp- Weetmjnster, St. Patrick's, in Merry Bun Struggle North. "Baptliit Knoi Each team. will play a rf'two Barnes. wlti other teams. The gatnes .wlll'b'e. played on Wednesdiy art 1 St. Cyprian's team Vi 11 piny -North BapUit. on fatter'a grounds, and Wefltminster. will play APter the regular practice of the two 3.-0. E. teama on the Barrac'Ki grounds lust night, in which some good work was thirty members of club eat down to per in the club .rooms in ttie.S. O. E. hall. -After fthe boys had done justice to the good things on the table, two toasts were honored, of "The and "the- Sons of England Foot- 'ball both being drant: with mus- ical ionors and much The gathering-- then- resolved Itself Into a short business sesilon, .when peveral were filled. Tlie, -vice- captaincy of '-the senior team went1 to f Wllletts, the -election being uu- HIGH SCORE BUT THE CAME WAS CLEAN VAND FULL OF INTEREST Jurie nfior- IIQOU lit Vlctorhi Park the ttiim'cjn the Eonlhcrn division of the Southern Loague was ulayed, Rnyinond flefeRting Cnrdslon by u score ot'lS-'lo yr-In one of the clean- est Dxtiibit.Ions of ball ever aeon 'In this town..- Notwithstanding the 'fact that this tlio llrat lenyuo fixture and'that (he leinus hnd uoi got ilielr bait legs, as It were, they played edge ball In several Innings, the hon- ors being equally divided. O'Drlon. 'Raymond's slab nnlist, wiis in excel- lent form and pltclicd ft brllllant'stune the Sugar Town, bringing the'team out with colors flying. The game also brought .out Iho 'fact that Cnrdston has a good aggregation of hull play, nnd that.-when they are reinforc- ed by another pitcher, which it IB understood' will us line week, they should'form a very strong team. The gnihe waa.slntcd for 2, but it was after four when the umpire, T. Harris, of .Raymond, called first batter. Cardston went to but first, with conlldence written on their fnces. Grimes was up. and picking out a nice one from O'Brien's assort- ment, mnnngptl to chase to Ilrst. From the assistance from Hie batters and j some slick stealing he managed to make-the home plain in surety. Bach- elder, Curencross and Madden were all put out, nnd Raymond came to bat full of hope. It. was'a' mighty nice innings for llie locals. Cards ton's man oa thp mound failed to, come through with the dope that hurts and three nice big runs were put on ice by the Ray- mond" Swatters. Skouson, Amos and Nyc all scored before the innings came to an end. This put Raymond two to .the good, and everyone was jubilant, "Everybody's Doing It" But their joy did uot last long. Tho BASEBALL IN THE BIG Results of National Al) Xnlioual k'agiif ganit's pust-lOJIL'd. American 5-3 Hostoil JOS'ton 300 100 100 511 TJ. J'c New York 31 7 MARKETS- There lire no variations to record .todny in ilio prlcoH niioieri ycslordHy on Llio local market. Wellington goosohcrrlaa luivo nrrlved 'and uro be-MJ: sold m 25 ci'iils DOC pint box. Greon vegC'tabloti arc becoming more pIcillUu :iiid continue to sell 1'reely, .further change; In price, No. I Northern No. 2 Northern .._.. o.Slt No. :i Northern 0.78 No'.'l j '0 68 2C IS "2 IS Louis "1 21' Detroit 2 71 O'Brien and Csrrignn Miillin alul Stallage. 0-1 Washington 'llicago 1 3 13 30 v W. Pet. CIllCuBo 17 .622 Boston IMi HI lil'J PliilndPlphla L'l II! 'asliington 9 0 .1 Walsh, iMogridgc, 1'clcrs and Kulin Iiissei': Johnson and Henri" :inil Airi-nilh. 7-2 Pllilailclphia MJatteJphia O.'U 010 200 7 11 1 Alberta' Hod 078 2 Albortn Hed 0.77 No. o Alberta lied 0-7fi No. .1 Alborla Hed O.Cli G Alberln. Red No. (i Red O.'IO 'otatoce, per cAvt 1.4R to_2.00 per ion 28.00 to .35.00 Qeots, per Ib t. l.ouis .MO 000 2 S 5 Bcudcr .mil l.npp Pclly, Kelson id Stephens. S-3 "i; CAN. per Ib 01% ew York ..000 031-tf 7 3 Blamling O'Neill; ForJ ami' irccney. Intcrnafional ,jj Toronto P, Montreal 7. UulTnlo 15MItochester 11. j Providence 8, Hiiltiniorc 7. Niui-nrk-Jcrser Oilv, per imiind 0.02 ii per pound 0.5U lytter and Eflflt: Dairy butter 0.30 to 0.35 W. L. butter 0.40 UrO.45 per ton 21.00 lorts. per ton 2ii 00 Minneapolis Louisville 1. St. Paul 7, Colnnihns li. rolcdo 3, illflinml-rc 2. vai'isasiulty 5, Indianapolis 0. BEFOHE THE BREAK Edmonton and Basiano Quit When the Going Wat Good I'jdmonton. June li. A hard-fought game between Edmonton and BUBSUIIO ended in a draw ;it the end of tlia Eighth iiinlng, gftnie 'was The featuie was the on the Hopf: leers, ber pouqd i, per pound'-', 'OWE, dressed, per. pound-'. O.J1 Leers, dressed, "per pound .O.U Canadian JUjuva 13, Hamilton S. 3uelpli S, Piluthoro 3. i .'i Irnntfonl 5. Berlin 2. WHEAT PRICES. St. Thomas 2, London :i. Thomas 5, London anlmousJ SL Patrlcli's.. scbedule Is be- ing drawn up for each dlrlaloh. of the Merry. Maiden, and Souraby. Preferment, Silesia McFARLANO BROUGHT HIM DOWN IN FOURTH ROUND MuBkegon, Sffch., June McFarland practically knocked dirt Frank-. who claims the wel- terweieht championship of Canada, In th-e Fourth round of a. scheduled eight- round .tout iiere.'tonleht. '.'A Sigh for. the "We "can remember the time when whiskey. vaB-30vce'ntB a gallon in Can- ada. 'These good old days are gone forever. the entry of the club In the iate league, and the prospects in .this .look. ;Very roiy. Teddy Faiinch 'was elected captain, and P. Clayton vice-captain.. The colors of the secbnd -team'will be blue and white vertical striped sweaters and white, knickers. The business being finished the re- mainder of the evening, was devoted lo harmony, and "social intercourse, and the general good feeling existing between the members'aupjrs'well for the succeaa of. the club, and prows that there are no grounds for the Idea that the S. 0- Ei cannot now witf'the City 'championship. YOU'LL 'comfort Suits. jid coolness and in these 1 Piece They are fine English Worsteds, Flannels and Serges. Tailored expressly for (hot daya light enough to keep you fine enough to make you look your berft Made in the new Engfah with natural shoulders. Come in and see them. Geo. Goulding Said To be About Toronto, June who has taken charge oE Gcorpc Goulding, coofinns the news of the famous walker's hrcakdown. "I hav insisted that Goulding place him self completely in my hands for abso lute said Flanagan tonight "He cannot compete, in Montreal; ii England, or anywhere.else before tin Stockholm games and H will taku'cv L-iy elTort we can make to have him right for them.. .There, is .no ;iiso, in ruining the greatest walker in the world and is what it wouk mean if Goulding is not allowed .ab- solute rest- For the last three .years lie has been a big card lie has giv- en the public the last ounce that in him and he out now. .11 he is completely, fjt- 03- the time the Olympic coincs on he will not, then he must stay out." SOMETHING STIRRING AT NEW MICHEL ON 'FIRST Town to Hold Hundred Dol- lir McKELVJE ,fc McCUIRE. New Michel: Till spread itself on Dominion Day, A celebration, ivJth prlzea valued 'at .fGOO, will be hunff up In the cvenle, In- elude horse races, fool races, ball nnd football, ST. CVPfllAN'3 WON GAME DEFAULT :LAST NIGHT St. AiigiiBlln's defaulted to St. Cyp- rlnn'a iti the-game scheduled, (p. be lilftyed lust night ia the Sunday Scbool visitors bent on slugginH the pill for all '.that was In them, and O'Brien -vvenkehecl perceptibly. It re- solved itself into a matter of "Efrery- body's hlctln'" ib" It was an excru- ciating ordeal, "and looked pretty dark for Raymond. "Five CardBton swatters waltzed the circuit, before they iver.e finally silenced.1 In this innings Raymond made two more runs, SliouBoii: and .Boy Brewerton. Onrflstoii ,waa. silencetl .and. white ns. snow in -the likewise Raymond and the gnme went on just a little nervy. The fourth was also -'destined to be a gootl one for-tlio visitors and Giles, Madden and all tallied. Raymond also scored in fourth. The fifth opened Ti-itli. some, pep, Cody O'Brien peeling' them off as quickly as they could face' the guns. Smith, Grimes '-'and Bachelder ivere all sent to their aeata, looking pretty blue "and silently cursing the Hny- rnbnd t'lvirlers snaky' ones. O'Brien wag In trim, ,aud everyone knew it was up to him. Hia assortment of benders was bewildering to the Card- tone swatsmen, and for. three; succes- sive Innings they never saw first. O'Srien was some pitch, and he "is as big an Idol as -he ever was .with the fans. Don. Skouson did. the re- ceiving, and gave the twlrlers splen- did support. Irv. the meantime Ray- mond was faring pretty lucky, .and In th-e seventh -.they run home four juicy scores. T-hia- was perhaps tba most ticklish moment of the game'. Tho bases were full, and Lee ton was up. The 'crowd held their bub tbei kltj Etepped-up >to the P'late. as coolas a cucumber, and slu-mmlng out .a beauty right brought hlime three, runs. Lee jvas who brought in two runs in eacli of three timely biuglcs. Bolli pitchers were replaced'in endeavorsS to liold lead. En1 mon ton 005 202 G r, 120 020 C 11 Shillm.'in, Kprd and Tanguay; Gol- vlu, Delliir rind Stark. ANOTHER .AWFUL TALE Girls Played a-Fine Game of Basket Ball C-ethbridge girls ployed 'basketball last evening; ..arid an exciting- and closely contested game was the result. It was the.first encounter in Ihe Snn- Athletic league, and was between the senior teanis of Knox -aud SU Cyprian's Church. Kiiox sirlB won by a single point, which Is n'lrue- indlcation of the'cOutcaf., in which nil the fine yolnlg of the game were brought into play." are-young-" 'ladles included .on tenms whose tallies off .the .delivery of Daniels b-e- stellar work.would put the beat talent Rc'd Deer Agalii Shot Calgary Full oi Holes Calgan', June Red Deers It four straight, when they lo- cated Pete Stan-dridge's benders in the firth'Inning, after.Pete bad sail-ad far and from that-time on scored, In ev- ery score oE 14 runs, while the locals secured ten opiMicd and closed'IcMlfiy -July ..i.OB'J Oct.......................... 38 "'Oats- July............ Ex. N..1 Kcccl, July Caih Prlcei I Xor. 2 Nor. No. Sor. -Vo. 'i Nor. No. fl. NTor.' No. li Xor .15} 13} -laj, 2.03 2.05 1.05J aa US of the, boys Jn the shade. .great Interest by the spectators. The score Iras 0 to.S. lip "lyaa.1 den-lckcd In. favor Dunn. Tli'e Red Deer Calgary 010 02B .023 022 Purple Springs Will "Make a Killing" on the 1 9th of Junef Gelebration on Big Scale is Being Planned There Purple Springs, June G. be Eomething moving MI the lime the. hero for some time, and hfa for- tunnte did a, great deal tp'ward game. The game was now practically over, and -outside ot a single, score by Skouson In .the eighth, there were no other tallies made. At the, .end of the gams the score stood 'twelve -to an- oLhcr ihnings -for Haymond. Clean Game The game was Interesting .from slart to nnieh, and was void1 of scarce- ly any fat." chewing. Cardston believ- ed thcygot one or Lwo raw dfeals from the umpire, hut it is ithe oiiialon of your scribe that Mr. .Harris- dfd' his best ami- acted .fair. Cardalon vrtu' not outclassed as'a