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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, June 13, IQlli JOHNSON GETS A FINE GREETING S-PO- BRITISH AMATEUR CHAMPION Causes a Great Sensation Upon Arrival in Old London London, June Johnson, heavyweight champion of the entered Paddington station. London, triumphant las: night, vast th.x-cgs shouting welcome to 'Marsa Johason.1 The police were utterly unprepared for any such demonstration as i ed tbs i Johnson bowed his acknowledge-: ments repeatedly and lugging a :rra-; maphone funnel as if it. were' a prvrv j lous possession, shouldered his way j through the to an automobile. followed 'by his wife. The diamonds displayed by the pugilist and his wife i created a- sensation. Johnson opens at Oxford ;Masic Hail. June 26th and j will Ireland for an exhibition during Dublin Horse Show. He will gtay in England until his fight witU Bob Day, -Canadian, arranged for Du-b- The Alberta Amateur Athietic Union championship events will bt held in Edmonton this year, under the auspices of the E- P. A. A. A. and Caledonian Society, July 1st. The ftvent? are open to all registered amateur in the province and will-be governed by C. A. A. rulet. list of field and track championthip events include: Yards. the 220 Yards. the Caber. 440 Yards. High Jump. 830 Yards. Broad Jump. -Running 1 Mils. 2 Miles. 5 Miies. Yards Hurdle. 1 Mile. Vaulting. the 16-lb. the 16-lb. Hammer the 56-lb. Weight. teams of four. JUNIOR EVENTS 1CO 12-lb. Shot. 88 Yards. SPECIAL EVENTS Game, teams of five a Bide. Contest. Dancing Highland Fling.- Sword Dance- 100 Ys.-di, -open to members of any Police Force in the Province of Alberta, to be run in full uniform. Race, one mile, teams of four. Entries must be in the of the Secretary on or before June 24th, 1911. No entry w'll be received on THOS. M. McCALLUM, Secretary, 638 Government Ave., Edmonton. ASCOT MEET OPENED WITH MUCH POMP AND SPLENDOR Ascot Heath. Eng., June Ascot gold vase, two miles, Vas won by Lord Cadogan's three year old filly) 'Martihdale II. Ckpt F. Royal Tender was second and Oluntela was third. The Prince of Wajee Stakes, olds, one mile andj five furlongs, was wop by Lord Derby's.Stedfast (second in the H. Whitney's All Gold was second and Helicon third.' The Coventry Stakes, at tor two year :olds, five furlongs, was won by A. H. Lady Americus; S. Baring's Kempion was second- and W. Raphael's Tonypandy third The Ascot Stakes, a handicap of two. miles, -was won by (X E, Howard's Willonyx, (S st. 4 Mr. Fairie's King Midas (7 Bt. 7 Ib.) was sec- oud and A. Stedall's Victory (6 su 5 lb.) third. H. H. Hilton, of the Royal end of the round. -Lasien lin, .Jofcason demanded that he be Golf Club, won the British lead in tnuuujj .10.0 i tu ,1 with Calgary up, tended the opening performances iand Pete StandrWSe the flinging. Canadians were also well represented Jt was our Tlrsl i Sweet Grass, Mont., June Sweet Grass will have a large celebration on July 4th this year 'and all indications show that It will be far better than the one held last year. There will be an oration by Hon. Judge Egan, ball games between the Sweet Graw and Alberta teams, all sorts of followed by broncho bust: ing contests. A 15-round boxln.Q contest will be pulled off between Billy Wtst and Kid Sealer. Later in the evening a bowery dance will take place with music fur- nished by the Lethbridgc band. and their exhibits were much in evi- first place our glims on this Winnipeg team which has placed us down in the second division. And though got ;t.he decision yesterday, believe, us, the Maroons are some ball team. Trigger and Trap HANDICAP MATCHES TOMORROW vve got i them in the first spasm, and helped _ tit along in the second, on the long i rt As r.his U a handicap Players and clubs G. Mclnnis, Athletics...............29 Cobb, .44 E. Collins. Jackson, Cleveland...............42 Callahan, Chicago................28 Criss, St. Louis...................26 B. Lord, Athletics Lajoie, 23 "Murphy, Athletics...............40 Schaefer, Washington...........24 Mullm. Detroit. Gainor, Detroit, ..................26 Fisher, Cleveland................15 Crawford, Detroit................44 j E. Gardner. New York ..........24 Easterly, Cleveland ...............43. jJVIcIntyre, Chicago ...............38 H. Lord, Chicago ............___35 Caldwell, New York..........-----12 Lapp, Athletics..................12. Athletics.............11 Milan. Washington .............41 Daugherty, Chicago............-----28 Stephens, St. Louis ...............16 L. Gardner, Boston...............33 Meloan, St. Louis............... 24 Cree, New York ....'...............40 'Coombs. Athletics .................15 Chase, New York ................22 j Engle, Boston................___40 .Olson, Cleveland .................37 Athletics Boston .34 Plank, Athletics......U-----......11 t out the Maroons fought back and kept it going to the very finish. S'lver f Oliver a11 Ray hove for them in the first inn- !mem'bers it point to ings. He Is supposed to carry with him the best goods that Winnipeg The Gun Club will hold their usual j Hooper, Boston..................40 Wednesday night at sevenjLelivelt, Washington ..............36 Williams, Boston............___35 spoons hand early' has in the pitching line, didn't; worry our young men. to any extent, sand the way that our clouters drove ihim to woods was worthy of some Winnipeg 012 001 9 2 Calvary 320 020 7 8 4 Home ran. Duggan: Wilson, Flannagan, hit, Freer; sto- Taylor, Krueger; first base Joa baiJs, ofT ColJinE 2. off Standridge j2: left on baaee, Winnipeg 7, Calgary J3; struck out, by Colling 8, by Stard- ndge 5: parsed balls. Stanley: time, 2.10: umpires, Barnstead and Glass- attendance, 1000. the only water Spring- hence title of you food to drink. A.B. 95 176 142 164 S6 100 42 100 82 155 53 38 90 165 91 156 "148 126 28 29 29 164 96 45 130 91 157 38 89 154 138 151 119 29 58 159 124 R 25 47 27 42 1.4 22 5 22 13 30 10 .1 13 5 36 12 23 30 31 1 16 4 20 18 22 20 26 25 19 4 14 26 16 19 CUUB BATTING, NATIONAL Club G. A.B. It Philadelphia.....................41 1370 223 New York...................------39 1S37 190 1412. 187 Putsburg........................41 J386 209 H 54 42 42 53 45 50 48 52 40 "44 47 26 44 37 49 41 H 42 73 58 66 33 42 16 3S 31 58 22 14 33 12 60 33 56 o3 45, 10 10 10 5 32 15 43 30 50 12 28 4S 43 47 37 9 18 49 41 H. 375 324 370 361 S.-B. 'S.H. Av. Keefe and Clarke and McLean; Chicago .....n.................. .41 (Cincinnati ........-'...............42 St. Louis ___...................43 1364 199 347 1449 204 1422 ]75 356 Brooklyn........................40 1271 -125 286 ;.C. PAGNUELO WINE WRIT CO, CLUB BATTING, AMERICAN 'Club -G. A.B. R. H. Philadelphia .....................40 1382 257 443 Detroit H92 266 435 213 441 Boeton V1374 207 394 Chicago 203 362 New York.................... ...4u i'3io i5'y 353 Washington 160 347 St, 1415 173 353 3 2 2 5 10 2 15 3 10 13 2 6 2 4 15 S.-B. 3 25 19 14 9 8 0 2 0 g 0 20 3' 3 4 ,13 2 2 1 11 0 4 4 11 3 0 6 10 S.B. 42 89 45 32 47 50 21 37 S.B. 76 92 49 47 58 4i 41 31 b' 4 4 S 2 4 2 3 4 9 2 16 2 5 4 S.H. 2 4 6 2 v 6 0 3 5 8 2 0 4 1 10 0 11 0 1 0 2 4 1 3 4 2 1 5 8 4 S 7 3 4 Ames, Myers. "35! St. Louis ..___ .200 200 "S50 Philadelphia 9 G oi the .350 .333 .325 .314 .313 .310 .310 .307 .306 Harmon and Bresnahan and Bliss: [Alexander and Doom. AMERICAN New York 001 002 4 '3 Cleveland 000 000 4 .3 Quinn and Sweeney; James and Land. .303 000 000 7 0 (Chicago 100 100 11 0 .301 .300 Av. .442 .415 .408 83 Walker and Street; White and Sul- livan. Philadelphia 000 000 5 2 St. LOUISA 000 000 1 2 Coombs and.Lapp; Pelty and Clark. The next-iBameuof; the schedule will be played on Friday evening between the Indians and Maroons and a warm time Is expected as for the Ma- roons 'will put them in-.second place in the city league PLAYERS SELL CHEWING GUM FUlpt "There's more than one way Jo a the boys sayv And there's1 mope than one.way to.run a Sunday ibasebali game in York i State, and make money without run- ning foul of the Ob- server tells of a recent Jmtanee. At AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 004 006 11 000 002 7 Patterson "and Owen Leasard, ton and Ludwig and Bemis. Dolgeville one Sunday recently a ball I game was played by amateur: teams. 3 No admission ,was but the 6 players, between turna at batting, Sit- passed and sold sticks of chewing -381' Kansas City 200-'.210 13 JToledo 700 020 9 11 Milwaukee 100 010 19 gum, worth a at 25 cents 5 'each. to buy, 5 .hut in a crowd like that ;it waa wise 2 to do so, to say the least. 373 Indianapolis 420 100 12 3 .368 .367 Nicholson, Gilligan and Robertson and RItter. Marshall; .364.st. Paul 300 010 11 7. Louisville 2 Ciiech, Leroy, Gehring and Kohl and Kelly; Higginbotham and Hughes M .357 i EASTERN s- 345 (Rochester 000 000 11 1 (Montreal....... 401 000 10 0 .335 .333 .318 .316 Holmes, Manser, Deageau and Mit- chell; Dubuc and Curtis. !Buffalo 300 100 12 Toronto 000 010 6 '6' Stroud and Killifer; McGinley and Kocher. .314 Newark .___.-.- 210 000 -312 Providence ___ 6 2 6 2 McGlnnity and McCarty; Lavender and, Fitzgerald. GOLF COSTS SEVEN '4 Half-Million Indulge in Two for Arthur editor of in a current number of a monthly publlca- figures the annual outlay ot.goll n this country as exceeding .312 .311 .311 310 .Tergey City He places the number of players at about who reg- ular or occasional of the game. The expenditure on golf balls and clubs each year he places at The average dues and fees he places at a year, and he saya only one-fifth of the total players actual members of clubs. .308 .308 .306 000 000 001 5 1 010' 000 14 1 Frill and Butler; Vlckers and Egan (10 Innings.) S.H. 57 38 35 45 59 45 43 38 S.H. 57 57 62 65 62 54 43 I CANADIAN 'Jirantford.................. 4 'uerJJn .....'.------.........--f 2 Smith and Lamond; Bramble '6 1 and Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Won P. C. Av. .273 .262 Qt. 4 9 5 Mooset Jaw London................... S 12 S 21 Howick, Fryer and Speer; Sllcox Winnipeg 20 .'251 land Reske. jCalgary.......... 1" .250 Gueiph at Hamilton, postponed account of rain. on 'Brandon 'saskatoon NORTHWESTERN Seattle...............------. 12 14 Tacoma 3 fi 11 11 13 12 25 23 .666 .656 .243 .233 EASTERN Won P. 2 'Rochester 32 .318 .392 .289 ;267 Oarrett and Shea; Annie and [Baltimore Fullerton Burnl. Fcrtland................... 2 28 .249 and Harris: Kraft Victoria At Vancouver, no game. i Toronto T..... 27 S 3 Buffalo ____ 21 8 2 'Montreal 21 and Jersey City' 19 Providence J.5 Newark 13 .14 If) 19 19 22 23 30 30 .690 .587 .525 .48? .453 .331 .304 ;