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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Kalnrilav. .J'nneS, THI-; v DAILY HHKA-LD Remarks on the Liist Sntiirilay's' Clinic between teams R'pLT.sriitinjj Uie north and Mjlilli sides of llii- eity, by to'Uily League in aid of .lack Wil- kinson, footballer hud mis- clusrs, iind if tile opimrtmiily arises have no HIB uortli-eiiilci's .will Luke llicir isd.-iy ilium's great game was rurliiuc lo break liis leg in a old-lime struggles I ice game, was mil as largely aUcnil- j tlic .Sons of Kngland anil Uie Cale- as if sliuiilil Have heen, ilonians. of thrills and exciting it was lid ihc object (or which ill) ID Ihc. last minute .Salunluy evening is a bad iiiglit lor il endeil, as such n game in a draw, and even at tins laLc date GROTESQUE SHAPES OF RACING CARS WHICH COMPETED AT INDJANAPOLIS RECENTLY :i bole. Those wlui did altcml, liow- cvel, were treated lo a good exhibi- tion of tbe soccer code. True, Hie boys did not cxel't IMem.selves to any great extent, ami this was naturally not to.lie expected, as there wr.i'c no (n jt m. .y o[ Un( Scotch train. He is r.'crlainly a born'rank men .uicll supplied with open- .spectator to keep tlic game lip to leHsnc poinls al slake. -Srtl I he' t ,s tllc lootlialler, and in the srcond half es- ings. Wliyler-MTll, lie played ihc-high level of excellence, holh in plai name was decideilly "classy" at j anil nla'vcrs I llis "as a source of il io call it, a draw ltlR discriminaiing1 fans who him, ar.d kepi I'arkcr from lie-coming lion football may retain its place in the [act that Ashman, ihc new S.U-. "etc su vs a j is on- too .langerotis .he also displayed the front rank of Lctlihriilge sport. K. pltivcr'Ioimd his form for the lirst, 'I'. a vniilli of ssvciilorn years ami good judgment in Ihe handling of his STAVORDAl.E. K. player his form for the lirst, 1ime tills season, and inslrumen- seen him perform brilliantly in pvac- I knew, he had'it In liim. llolli trams bail ilcciilcilly lirsl cncnlinlci- of tlic sca- s an exhibition ol tuolirall _ .....____............., lie game was the brsi ..played I" of a lion, and with in. Ilolbcrton and Hestwick, but comes, I believe, from the neighbor-'men on .Llic field, in .bis capacity an till in rearing two of -the smith's since their lirsl cncnlinlcr of the. sea- of Scotland. Ilul, (le-jcaiit.-liil, and that counts a good deal, three goals, young Faimch, also or son, anil as an exhibition ol luoltoll llis 0[ jnch- Urcnnan jiaJ a-lough handful to deal' tlie S.O.E., being responsible for the other one. I have liecn waiting lot .Ashman 16 "come .as, having Le.lhbriilgc Uiis year. tallies atill ]ilay typically .Scotch football, ami Ev- no is to scare lie came' llclighUul team to iK-an knows liis position on ''I'lic Tact must be ailmiVlcil, however, and is usually to be [mmil cm that, be was belter served in this the right spot, and from 'goalkeeper ill than in liis dull fixtures 'so far. Ashman is essentially an op'portnnisl, mid as the ce.Hve, (ni'wtird in (lie. south [caiii, the wing men, McMurkir, oC tliq Callics, gave him opportunities of Which the English- was not. slow himself. to centre forward the team is a foot- tlie ordeal liim oil tile ball, once he gels jlionor. Uamiennan and Easion at lie gave Willclls and F.iriis the time, hack, -wore " and ncv- of llicir lives iii that last quarter oflci i niislate, while, Mclnlyrc, an hour on Tues.lay nigbl, and the Jin go-jl, gave a faultless exhibition, iniparlial looker-on can.'c away with and inspired..nis club males with a a feeling of regret .that the young- 'confidence that the guarding of the slir's valiant ellorls against liis uprights was safe in bis hands. NEW SCHEDULE, SUNDAY SCHOOL' BASEBALL LEAGUE hall machine, keeps its oppos- ing forwards in check and the enemy's defence needs to be on the jump all wlM] goL Ibe time lo hold Scotch forwards. tackcll up llis v 'wing partner McMurlie; who through- two teams chjugcd somcv- mlt qicn pcr- Oi'i "Uie English side Willetts was undoubtedly the star performer. defence guessing on several occasions. nclmittcd 'thcv fiillv deserved their 3-2 win, if only for Hie. .slrrnuoiisncss with ivhicli lliry pursued tlieir Usk iii the 'sccoh'l linlf: ln (aci_ lllc svholc jonvani line Coles, Chiswick and _ by Freeman, Frier and Best- roqtball, and, as. I On the ivlinle.lhc changes j KlW hl ijnning's case, il was ib.bc'.-j For .the.nnrlh side, I'arkcr played a great and .scored a. -heautifiil i Sjbnl.MVillcUs doing thu', needful on the seco'nti'occasion.-It is io lie hoped the Tily League aiilliontics will givn iis'nnoili'eE bl'purtunily lo sec a rcp- siich as this north nncl south' before the season an teams, and on their display on Tuesday the new incn.well deserved their place. Fred Oliver should, however, secure his place 'on the {'allies' line-up, and doubtless- will, be'' found "OnVTu'dsday-'s tcani against Ilic''Overseas'.' .J. The outstanding feature of a great was. young Lin- ning's display on ihe left winp of the some useful work, and kepi bis frc LPgrctU-d that LIicir-.clTorts did. not I with the svicccss Lliey i iltscvvctl. The Scotch': lialf-b'acks, 'as usual, jilayed a brilliant game and held the English forwards well in check. Mc- llvena, the newcomer in the lincvhad the weakest .wing .on; the. .field oppos- ta ctil.ct Ulc EnR. t'Cinan, Jn goal, deserves a h-pccinl ol- his display. was not ilis'fault that Ihc Callies shared' t.hc'jibintsV1-and' his position "hutwcch the. sticks" for Lhc'-S.Q-E. for .remainder ot the June Andrew, at Konx. I June at Wesley. July at St. Andrew. July at KTIOX. July at St..Andrew- July Andrew at Knox' Andrew at Knox. Aug .at Wesley. Avig. at St. .AndrW. Aug. at Knox Sept. at St.' Class "B" 1. June Cypriaii at. N. Baptist-. Westminster at June at Westminster St.-'Patricks at St. Cyjjrlair'- June Baptist, lit Westmin-jter St. Patricks at Knox July at St. Cyprian St. Patricks at N. fiaptist July flaptist at Knox St. C.vprmn at U'estminslei July Baplist at St. Cyprian 51 PiilTleks nt .Inly at Knox RL.'Cyprian iii St. .Patricks season. Farris 'a. stremious .tiinc.l-Aug. at.'N. TJapttst MIL Cilfti'hL Mill' IHC. IIIIU U1IIJUS- ed to. hut nevccLliciess W left bin lie 'managed'-