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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fglj LETHimftCTB DAVftJ WEDNESDAY, JUNE OVERSEAS BEAT Surprise Sprung in Football Encounter Last Their First Game Against Hitherto Invincible Irishmen SCORE 1 Shamrocks 0 Goals Overseas, 25 mtn., Robertson. The Teams Lush; Black and Home; Harper, Mullen and Shaw; Robertson, McGuiness, Brennan, Brown and Rues. Shamrocks Seaman and Holland; and Wllletts; H. Thompson, P. Farrant Gallagher, Cowan and Campbell. An interesting game of football was at the Ball Park last.night when the Overseas and Shamrocks dashed- Brennan, winning the toss, took advantage of the .wind, and Gal- lagher kicked off before a good crowd-of spectators. Mullen receiv- ing the ball, gave to Brennan, the lat- t.or giving Robertson a good chance, but he put the pigskin behind. Tram the goal kick Gallagher fastened on to the bail and gave" to Farrant; who gave Thompson the best chance of his but he couldn't locate the net jrcCormiok was playing a EHiue, out ms forwards slow After this the Overseas penned the their own goal, and but for the _ brilliant eoalkeeping of itt, the Overseas would nave been .three goals up. Farraat, getting the for goal, but Home cleared his lines great style, Robertson and Breunau made a great run down the field, and the around Shamrocks' goal, when a bit of bad play between Wllletts and Me-, Bride1 gave the 'Seas a corner kick from which Robertson scored with lovely header. Half-time arrived with the Over- seas leading, 1 to nil. The second half opened "with t Overseas pressing the Irishmen, am Hewitt had to some to the rescue, fti Mullen put in one of the best shot ot tlie game. After this the Shamrock! were all beaVea, and Brennan, Robert Bon, Bannerman and McGuintss coulang 2; sti'uck out, .by Williams 4, by I 6. RITCHIE ACCEPTS NEW TERMS AND WILL BOX FRED WELSH JULY 4 THE IE WON FIGHT Hmgside, vlrnon Cal, June 10 weight cliatb- on .of. ,the title to- ffht to.Kid Williams of Baltimore, no knocked, him. out "with a stiff ffht hand punch to. the chin in the ird round of a twentj- iund contest. ,Tlig all 'illiams from v thje. start v Coulon be unable to solve the pro- fsm of landing anywhere -In the rat two and was saved, at ie end-of the second round, only by :e timely ringing the lielL AMERICAN W. Pet. Philadelphia 27 17 .614 Washington 27 19 .587 Detroit 28 21 .571 St. Louis 25 21 .543 Boston 29 22 ,511 Chicago 22 25 .408 New York 17 28 .395 Cleveland M 32 .304 Nothing to Rave About Medicine Hat, Alta., June an average game of ball, the Millers de- feated tlie Hatters, 9 to 4. Score: Moose Jaw............ 9 9 0 Medicine Hat.......... -1 7 Peel and Wally; Maloney, Buckles a.nd Earth.. Classy Display Calgary, Alta., June nine full innings of airtight ball neither the Bronks nor the Red Sox could cross the plate, and the game ended iu a tie. 'Loomis and Ryan pitched great Ijall and. had good support, Hegina 0 4 1 Calgary 0 7 0 Ryan and Roth; Loomis and Jones, Edmonton Easy marks Edmonton, Alta., June several days' rest, the Quakers re- sumed their winning streak, defeat- ng the crippled Eskimos, 11 to 2. They could do nothing with "Big Six" Northrup. Score: 10 0 Kdnionton.............. 2 6 5 Northriip and Waltew; and Leraleux. BOXER CHALLENGES A postal card was received today by the Herald, from a boxer, signing himself "Sporting who 'wants a tnateli it 125 pounds, with some acrap- pcr in this vicinity. [Ed. above will have to arrange tho bout outside the province, no doubt. We haven't heard of any professional boxing en- counters in Alberta since tho death of tuUier .McCarthy. There is a baa on thera.J HOFMAN WINS SUIT Chicago, 111., June Hof- man was awarded1 in a ver- dict returned today, in his suit ag- ainst the Chicago national league club for back salary, which was trie.d in the Municipal court. ieorge Conoldlne Represents London Promoters and Quickly Closes Match With Champion Chicago, 111., June keep- ng the cable, telephone, and tele- raph wires hot for the last three ays, the much-talked-of match be- iveen TOKie Rilclue and iFreddle V-slsh for the world's lightweight hanipionship, yesterday, nd the contest will be decided in jondon. on July 4. This bit of news was learned last ight from Ritchie, who said all erras have been agreed upon to the atisfaction of all parties concerned. Instead of receiving the original flat offer of. the champion haa agreed to take a guarantee, or 50 uer cent of the receipts In iddi- tlon recehe out of the advertising receipts, and a like amount for his moving picture privil- ege. The champion is sure 10 receive fdr tlie bout, -with the pros- pect of greater sum if the attend- ance- warrants 'it. George-Considine, lias replaced Bob. Vernon. as the American repre sentative of the London syndicate wliicli stage, the bout, has post- ed Gibson of .New York, as an assurance the contest'will take place, and Ritchie has.sent a cer- tified cheque -for a like amcuct to Gib- son for appearance and weight. The remainder Ritchie's money be deposited la a London bank upon his arrival. Suits for Young Men. NONE at your conven- tional models but Suiti with snap and vim in every line. Created for young men, who 'demand real novelty as well as good taste in every garment. One, two and three button up. McKelvie McGuke HERALD'S CORRESPONDENT GIVES HIS IMPRESSION OF BASEBALL GAME AT MACLEOD MONDAY ENGLISH CRICKET London, Jane today de- feated Surrey at the Oval by 423 runs. For Essex, Hev. F. II. Oilling- ham made 121 not out. Perrin made S3, and J. W. H. T. Douglas, captain, 74 not out. Douglas also took six for 60 runs. (By W. C. A. Macleoa, Aria, June If the tatemeht of ,a "certain- well-known Englls'traan of Macleod is to be tak- n. for anything, the baseball game be- ween 'Lethbridge and Macleod on tho .theltic field here 'last night was a zzle, 'because the bally fight, ye know didn't start -until after the 'ame." Oiir friend from across the ohd may have been disappointed in ie game because there was not so much wrangling as usiia'l between the iams, but apart from this line of ftSonlng, the game could not really B categorized as one ot scintillating rlJliancy. At the seventh inning, hen, with two out on tlie Macleod .game was called 'on account darkness, the score stood. 13 to 9 favor of Lethbridge, and the score as undoubtedly an: Indication of the randvof play produced The game as one' of. tlie worst that has' been in Macleod for many moons, while the errors were about as popu- lar as stale'; beer at a tramp'i .mulli- gan. In the'first inning the local Jaino liad'the bases filled twice, but ainflt the splendid twirling of GorrMl, who was on the slab for the invaders, It was impossible to scratch the ne- cessary hit to score. In their part of the second, young Napper, who was trying, out with' the locals, was un- able, to find the plate, With tlie reeult that the visitors annexed a. neat quartette of runs. In the fourth .each side drew three, and in the sixth Sfacelod cabbaged three visitors' one, thus making score 10 to with the locals ou of the heap. -In the seventh each'got three, and the boys from the Coal City 'paraded' apt'the the bacon. In their; -'jeans; "while one of their rooters' followed them a few beautifully iiivnd- painted optic, for. which he had given only a little offensive, chat. W. th'efafiair: T. Y. FpSTER SUCCEEDS EMMETf QUINN HEAD NATIONAL -HOCKEY UNION Montreal, elec- tion of T, aR prealdent of the National Hockey association, was the surprise of th'e adjourned annual meeting; of that body, held at tlie Windsor Hotel, .here. The retiring preiident.'T. Emnfett Quinn, was el- ected secretary-treasurer. In 'previous years the the two offices had been combined, and Mr. Quinn. had held theioffice for several years, but the delegates decided that there was enough work -for two Mr. who Is well known, to many old-time jockey was el- ected, president The board of di- rectors will be composed of the presi- dents of-the various'clubs, as In the past. For nursing mothers Na-Dru-Co Laxatives offer tlie important advant- age that do not disturb the rest of the system or affect the child. 250. a box at your Druggist's. Drat ud CELEBRATED BULAK FOR 15 ;