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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, JunrlT, THE LETHB1UDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7. THINGS ABOUT GREAT ASCOT MEET FEW POINTED FOOTBALL REMARKS LOCAL FOOTBALL REVIEW Written Especially For The Herald tales, were against the ma'tch lcrt foi night between the Ovmeas the S 0 E Jn the first piuce'the game was 45 min- late, t.ime enough to have played the .first half, through the 0. S.; team being late on 'the field. This should stopped by the executive, for if the fames arc scheduled to commence at S.4S, noiody wants to hurry over their supper and then have to'wait [nearly an1-hour before the ball is kicked And when they did get started there seemed" to be players who laid themselves out for deliber- very few men could have rcfrain.'d from up his; doolvt> 'Hi appeal iar dificrent trom the giA'id stand than do irOM Of time while playing at a member of any club or engaged in any athletic or exercise or any consideration whatever, for any as an athlete travelling or hotel expenses. d) Sold or pledged prizes. f (e) Promoted an athletic competition for personal gain. athlete guilty of any of the above can never be reinstated. 2. An athlete who has competed with or against a profeeeiontl for a prize or where gate receipte are charged (except at may be specially provided for m the by-lawa of the association) or hat ente-ed In anv competition under j name other than hit own, be ineligible for registration and competition as in amateur. an athlete may be eligible for reinstatement, 3. All others shall be considered eligible for competition and registration In the association and its affiliated bodies. 1. An athlete registered under this Union cannot under alty of suspension compete a race or. meet that not been sanctioned by the Union. Lrnliant victory in the annual inter- records, a number of them were col- of -John Paul Jones will luc long in the history of Cornell athletics cts sports are indulged 11 I v Itharans, and the Ai.iavng of the 1911 meet w-'ll be rejerred to at the collegiate championships, held in the j leg'atp -as well, white two were new um.ersitv out his name Stadium. vTInrrnp, did not' easy, for it vas a hard up hill fight from o f.njpji, and so keen was the COT- fctit'on-nnd so great in prowess the that-when the smoke or 3', Pcnnsihama fell down with I attic cleared- away it was found finishing fourth and scoring lhat five intercollegiate records but 192-d points out his name A ill a world's be honoied'm connection with it, ior jt was John J.o.ies who was the hero of the meet Besides; lale able to ten points to the Cornell total, n Michigan was 1hird with was this torn et Phillips-Exeter Aca- demy box that made the new world's figures and established one of the'new American marKs r record Cornell 'won' 'flic meet 3fH points, while its near- est nval score 24. intercollegiate marks. HORSE NOTES Written Especially for the Herald by "Craignorth" tn the beautiful county of Berk- shire; and situated among the pretty scenery or rural England, lies the fa- mous racecourse of Ascot. From the stands yon may obtain a fine view heathy Bsr.'rchire with its' yellow, Cup ig said to have set the on ing-the Ascot valued ;at his fame and they frequently go for it as four-year-olds. -The'-distance be- ing so far a winner has shown hitr capability, to1 most desir- able quality thoroughbred: and v, on m the fifties by The Flying Dutchman and Van Trom p. Both were three feet high, and represented siher the of Hint-strewn roads and splendid trees rbe winner of the Cup, if a stallion, The New Mile, which is exactly 7 fur-1 has added to'his value for breeding longs 1W yards, is quite-straight, and purposes. There are few handicaps At thp of it is the 'inp on the Ascot programme, the chief stone entrance witlj iron gates I being the Royal Hunt Cup, over, the through which, the Royal procession straight mile. Ascot races tailing in eoraes to the Races. On-either side J June, the course is often very hard, of the straight mile are residences I The turf, as a matter of fact, is not liajf hidden in trees, t nd the occu-, the best-for racing over, and being pants of these course-sided houses i rather scant ofV herbage in places, can idly sip tea and' watch tae two many horses are after racing. or three races each day which are ran down this course. _The main course is nearly two and undulates throughout its white- railed circuit. The stands are spac- ious anil 'magnificent, and above ail a 'pretty dock tower which chimes the quarters and hours "from l.o year-out.. Being one of oldest Bracing venues tbe particularly as many of the races are from 1 1-2 to '2 "-4 in length. j Still the owneis of most good horses course is open to the public. thoug-lv of course, it'costo a considerable fee to enter the stands, and the chief enclosure is very sacred ground, and hard to gain admission to, unless one's influence is great.. in sculptured Hercules. Talking about cups, there is a story about Lord Rosebery. which has been told before but which will bear re peatmg Cher thirty years ago Lord Rosebery was interesting himself in trjmg to improve the Edinburgh race meeting and he made tbe value of the Chance Banks on Vets The 'Westminsters ran up against j the stuff on night, j place Xo 2tQn lup on the first when the CaJlies did oracticallv as they liked with them, and piled up a score of six to nothing, fuc of which vv-cie scoied b} their big centre for- ward, Clemenson. This reminds one of the match .last year on the square, where Farmer goals and all that were scored. Tlie Northward- ers were late in getting out, and had of Julv 1 The Coronation Day game, will practically decide the ciiampion- slup of the Cit} League for another jear, will be played on the ball park in the evening Kick-off at 6 43( Wouldn't it be a good plan if the much diftculu team out teams 11P at the rieht time- lfc being a holidav, so as to enable them at all Summer disappointed them, and had to put a man m goal who it was evident had done little in that line This was probablv tho xeason of their collapse, al- though were outplayed and out- classed m every, way The ('allies had their team out, and put up a exhibition of the game as played out here: The strong fcatuics of the game were the corners, there being perhaps dozen in the first half, and the off- sides. Of course, "were all on the one side, because the Northerners "It's the wise heads :of the veteran players that win pennants, not the bunch of likely youngsters." -This in a nutshell is Frank Chance's opinion of and on winning baseball in particular. once you've gotten together the right kim! of a -one that captures hold it as long- as said the peerless leader of the flag yo.u the Cubs. "How the youngsters on youi aren't there any, likely ones in the he w-as asked. "I don't he answered, "they had chance to return them ntmenson was prooably off-siac selves as well as the spectators to get aw ay'in time to of the doings up town, in the shape of the fireworks' There is already much spec ulauon to tie result ot this match, ot the Sons' supporters sttll haMng fiitii m the team, nov v ithstandmg their defeats by the Scotchn.'in, while of course, the Cal- lies and theu supporters tare confi- dent of repeating the icsults But who knows There is an old ing uial tht, unfxppcted hap- pens Don't pass this game up way it wTill be a good one, and a On Saturdav next, on the North Ward grounds, fireball, there w ill be played a match between the tw o teams picked by the r 'City League. Kick-oflT 8 45 Ourr. For the benefit of the bunch who adorn the fence at the ball park. The grand stand not usually overcrowded that it not hold vou Trj it for once anyway. H it's worth seeing at all it's worth two bits. The repJavcd game between the Ov- erseas and S 0 E will played on Tuesdav, June 27th No. gentlemen, he was not suspended, hut censured. THE MAX BEHIND Bar Pitcher From the Bat great crowd is suie to be present The and John I Taylor, manager of the Bos- ton "Speed is one baseball maf Jnate who feels that the pitchers Overseas snould hare "ubatitutes a.t the bat. or nine m the fiist half, and i teams meet on Tuesday night at 6 45 [Taylor has reasons for this the crowd wondered whr the teams are cvenlv matched an could not see them until four goals v. cio scoied lie certainly caught'the i offenders m the second half, and pull-' game should result. ed them up Only once did j he-Overseas match it was stated that the Westminsters show signs of being Page scored the first Calhc goal It 1 6 fe he IB out with another to have a. man take tbe place of the pitcher with willow. In rm notes last week on the CaJ tlme could secure legislation. able to do thing, when Parkei should been Moore Edinburgh Cup considerable He had a ctiance TO show how teied one yeai a good horse, called Controversy, which had w-on the pre- jear beating the St Leger wm Craigmiller. (the plate, and he went so Iar aa to t 'hire an emergency-hitter, named Clav. C-a splendid trip a most complete- i r t r iwn0 was something of a pinch bitter 17 through Ihe eneruv's lines, but was On teaming enquiries T find that the m Qft TrI-State Leatrae Th 1 d 1 gulled up jubt when there looked a'forward line-up of the team 1o meet to comft through and Clav chance of something doing This Hillhurst should read Moore, had an opportunity to show his .man's woik was casilv the best on j letts, Parker, Halberton and It ig true tnat ot he team, and trpcatcdh earned the The papcis stated ttilletts out- 'pitchers are poor hitters, although ev- tie right, and did not gne Moore at ery now and tien one Is encountered il hvho can take a migtoty I the willow. there is one of o or three good, this sort whose hits have defeated applause uf the d The Westminsters made consider- able change in thnr, ime-up in the minded, reliable referees Apply having a fair chance of winning, drop- ped into the Edmburgn slhersmith's who was nianufactuung- the cup, sev- eral times to make suggestions as to the design, but when club for sorae years' run them here. Years ago cuns in England were really cups. That is to say, the cup was manufactured and raced for-and you got no cash. Now. however, the cups are valued at from fitty to one hundred pounds mostly, and you get of tlie prize in cash. This y really, because a large of valuable cups is quite a nuisance to an owner. Some of the and oifored to sell the trophy to him !can see an-v reason why anvbodv jood- they are.' Then he continued- "You will notice ghic cliallge ln nne-up in the mjnaen, Lciiiiuic that the-e has heen only one change m sccond JlAlfj ,vhlth jhiproxed the team Secretan of the I engiie the regular lineup ot the Cubs since, not a httjc and were' last year Zimmerman, is playing third able to hold dmvn to base instead of Steinfeldt And Zfm-jtwo goals in the second hah McMur- merman is not a youngster. He hasjlnc put ]a sorac beautiful centres been p'-actically a member of the reg- to Boston, and caused Taylor to sigh, for ja trom his corner Kicks, winch had the P'aCe Evers for might be called a veteran Talc And it seems to 1 nack of dropping just right on cvcr> on al- Hie race came off Controversy down, and a Mr. Brown, who was a i saloon keeper about Newcastle won laet Eeason when Evcls broke blb, and ITutloa placed up well for This gentleman apparently had little anLie here in Cmcmuati So the Cubs J and saved then side from a sentiment about, him for. tnat Lord Rosebery was very anxiou-j iIlljeup to win IIP went 10 him after ihe race. PJert-> now doesn't if Nor Tl is gratiiving to near that While Epsom Downs, where the Derby and Oaks "are run.-is the .scene i oltl cups, were magnificent, and the writer once had the privilege of view Loid said is not re- cornea. should expect a faUdown of the team' UlC attendance at even game so far before the end of: the season. jith'is year has been such as to prove That the ball paik is the belter place, the of every match have beat the greatest race in tbe world, stiii j Remarkable Photo of International Polo Match in Which America Beat England1 en "ie .colleaions takon UP on the the programme otherwise does not i compare with Ascot, .which for rac- i ing stands supreme and unexampled, i are all, of importance, and i the common sellin? olater- must stay i )n tbe whole programme only j ftbout race is under the value of i I.'. and the other races J m tlilr, amount, to in -value, j there ingle selling race, ;or racVi are Itnow-n as Next j T probably the j race race 1-2 ait4 Is psuilly contestod by only from or eight animals. The a tfiis that il is a weight- In wiiich kind of 'race IMWMI supposed to be level a for aje, eMirac, in the Acot Cup A winner the Ascot is It a iast nhcn W.e word was so monotonous that the coilectois got in the habu ot saving it fiist With support like ihis it is certainly up to the clubs to put up the of soccer, and the ex- ecutive are evidently doing their ut- most to bring good teams into the citv The match arranged for Dominion DC.V with the f hampion Hilihurst teanr of Calgary will be a good game. the team as published is the best the ciU can produce is a question sthat will lake a lot of an- swering But as far as 1 can gather, the team picked to give the citv team a practise match will them a run for 'their 'money, "and it would not bt surprising if the sccond team delivers a licking to No. 1. If such 4 was the case, would the executive all, are flexible, adjust themselves to the neck; sit close, and tie slides easily. They Fit 4 for 50c. Sold by leidiitf Fumiihinf Storet, ;