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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUB DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1914 CALLIES PLAYED IN TIP TOP Overseas Faied to Make a Goal Against the Red Shirt Eievc auu uheape struck, to Tompkinson, who Emrlish team scored a second gos! rarrte-i the'hall' down the length of team tx inqp it Milhurn. u, drove for a goal but miss- ed Cbeape lost it in ..mldfield and Milburn drove for a goal but missed.. Cheape picked it out from under La- e's pony and scored. The almost immediately. This time liar- ca ltha only to loss it to Mllhurn, who drove it back to midfleld. Mil- burn, aided by Larry Waterbury, then rett drove it over. _ UP and down, the field the Ian num, iuuou Ur nassed It was evident that -the cup drove the sphere- back and lifted lor defenders were using all.that was in a goal. Again the Americans carried them The heir rang without either! the ball up. the Held, where Lamott- side being ahle to score again. tegne missed a hard angle shot. The Score ended first period England English were growing a trifle wild, s frcijllelltli. c-heape passed .the 5 7 Humphries, Stark' James, 'Crutcher 0 43 301 Nunamakcr New York Fisher, ffarhop and CovelasM and Stanage. 7 Shawkey and'LaPP Russell, gang 'and i JSwton 3'- St Louis Foster and Cady Weilman, Baum- gardner and Leary'and Agnew. FEDERAL First game the ball to" Tomkinson, the latter failed 2 America 0. Second drove hall and Lamontagne passed it on al-! to mike good, missing a compara- most fora goal hut Lockett blocked lively .easy shot for the goal, mst it a few feet from the posts. The j after the bell rang. It was said that English team ran it up the field, j during the period Larry Waterbury where Barrett scored a goal.-Milburn had made a safety, clipping one-quai- just saved another by a ter gaiae score. Total score end ol brilliant back-hand stroke. The Am- ericans displayed better team work than on Saturday. Milhurn being on fifth England 3, America Sixth drove for a goal at the outset. He dribbled than on Saturday, ailinuin oemg uu a au ujn. his regular position at back, seemed i through easily and Larry Waterbury to rive the four more stamina. Total scored. Monty Waterbury then car- tcore end of second period England; ried the ball up the field near the 3 America 0.- English goal but was ridden off. A it announced that Larry Wa- beautiful angle shot by Milburn f) 5 Kansas 20 1 Suggs, Ridgeway and Jacklitsch Boucher, Packard and Easterly. Second game- Baltimore 8 Kansas City 8 13 Smith, Kussell, IManassara an Jacklitsch Stone, Cullop and Eas terly. Buffalo 163 Indianapolis....................., ISO Moore, Anderson and Brown and rica 24.. tebury had fouled Captain Barrett by hociing his mallet in the first Score end period. This deducted half a point erica 2J. from any future score of the Amsri- cans. Third the drive-in the play continued around the American goal until Millurn took the ball to midfield. Barrett lifted the ball" over three American players Cheape alsn lifting, just missed a goal. The Eng- lish by poor shots missed three op- portunities to score. Milburn broke his mallet and left his team weaken- ed while he rode to the boards for a new one. Milburn's defense of the goal was the feature of the game. Neither side had scored when the chukker ended. Total end o! third England 3 America minus Fourth Period The challengers missed two easy tries close to the goal, then Lamontagne drove the ball of danger. Tomkinson picked the ball off in a clear field and out- ran Monty Waterbury, then drove wild. There was delay at this point while Milburn adjusted his saddle. Larry Waterbury picked the ball out of the mill and Lnrnontagne drove it for a goal. It was America's first and the crowd went wild. The same pair worked the ,ball down again, but missed. Lamontagne, stinging under the criticism which followed the pre- vious game, played desperately anS brilliantly. The players changed pon- ies frequently, Lamontagne, after the bell had rung drove what ap- peared to be a goal, but missed th port by Inches. A loul committed b WINNIPEG CREW SHOWS UP IN EXCELLENT FORM London, June their outing Yesterday evening, the Winnipeg eight thowed eiceilent form In the most aerlous work the? have under- taken their arrival. After a ed another point for the defenders. Score end of Bth: England 34 Am- ______ Period The English brought out their fastest ponies. They were taking no chances with the score so close. There was a long scrimmage in which neither side was able to drive the ball for any dis- tance. Both sides -played desperately missed repeatedly. The chukker ended and almost evenly. Nearly everybody s'ith a blank for both. American was enalized'i for a foul. Total score of 7th period England 3J Am- rumored that Weed's bunch must ;Ascot, June 16. The-'Coventr .Stakes for two-year-olds, fi liiglrtn aispuien poinv ue- j snow muio was won M. Sa ayed the opening of the period, line-up. ill's Lady :hs referee and umpire went into con-i Medicine Hat ...........11 11 1 x., Artie Hofman is one of-the numer-. ua in the ranks of the 'ederals who leems to be- making ood. Although It was the intention o play him in the outfield, he lias een at second base a great deal of he time, filling in for Delehanty, who has a broken leg. Hofman was .a member of the fa- mous Cubs and. was known as the utility man of his time. AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas City 3, Columbus S. Cleveland 12, Milwaukee 6. Louisville 2, St. Paul 10. Minneapolis 9, Indianapolis 2. NORTHWESTERN Portland 4, Spokane 6. Seattle 3, Tacoma C. Vancouver 9, yictorja 10. NATIONAL .Vew York it. Louis Pittsburg Chicago.. Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston...... 2S 30 26' 22 20 IS L. 18 26- 24 24 26 28 P.C .009 .57' -.519 .60 .481 .47! .43 AMERICAN w. Philadelphia Detroit.. Washington loston.. St. Louis Chicago -4..... New York Jleveland Blair Falkenberg and Rariden. Pittsburg............ 1 13 1 Chicago..................: 372 Dickson and Berry Watson and Wilson. Brooklyn 2 8 1 it. Louis.........................13 18 2 Seaton and Land Davenport and Simon. WESTERN CANADA HATTERS GOING STRONG Moose Jaw, jWe lli. Hatters cleaned up the series by defeating the Millers again in game. It is Eighth disputed point de-1 show more pep or there will lie 33 33 29 28 28 23 18 18 18 23 23 24 25 30 32 35 P.C .64 .58 .65 .53 .52 .43 .36 .34 FEDERAL Baltimore Buffalo.. Chicago Indianapolis Kansas City St. Louis.. Brooklyn.. Pittsburg W. 26- 25 L. 21 21 2-1 23 28 30 24 27 P.C .55 .55 .63 .53 .47 .45 .45 .44 erenee on the field. With the game so near ended and a quarter of a Joint 'Sb precious, members of both :eams seemed determined not to rield. A half point was deducted rom the English score Because of a ou] by Lockett. This made the vis- itors an even 3. When play was re- sumed America quickly scored, putr- ting them in the lead, Mltburn driv- ing the ball over. The crowd shriek- ed.and automobile horns toot- ed. The play became more desperate hut the Americans kept up their team work, Barrett scored for Eng- land putting them J of a point in the lead. Total score England 4 Am- erica 3J. i The spectators began to leave the stands in silence while the American players and officials shoc-V hands with the victors in the field. Moose Jaw Iteady. juji to. Teazle Waod, tUoygot with his wo.-lb Into position at the starting point, and getting smartly off the mark, rowed the full course, which they covered in the very good time or 7mln. Msec. Considering the early stage of train- Ing It was a capital Dibble is sculling well, nnd Ernest Barry, his coach, is quite saMs Dunn and Bliss Jarrett and ESKS. TOOK FINAL 5 to 4. C. llower Ismay's Costcll 2, was second, and: J> B. Joel Bright, 3 to 1, third. The Prince of Wales stakes for three-year-olds, one .mile and fi THE SCORE "v 3 Oviraeii................. GOAL SUMMARY 11mln., Knight Cilllit, 24 Bone. Second Half Calllet, 41mln, Bane. THE TE'AMS Mclntyre; Bannerman and Andertoa; Glenn, Chuwlcfc and Mcltvena; Knight, Allen, Bont, Llnnlng and Easton. Overteas Lmh; Herne Black; Mullen and Shaw; loblnson, Brennan.'Mo- Sulness and Russ. The Callies were out In their best rm last night and displayed supor- ntv the Overseas in, de- artment of the game The score ii a ood indication of tho comparative ents ot the teams pertaining to eir accomplishments of last night The first hall was the best to atch Though the Scots secured two their three tallies in.this halt they dn't show up to as 'goo'd advantage the Seas as -they did -in the cond hair in tne second hali tho ihners seemed not to be .on oring as much, as they seemed inetl to improve the combination ork ot their team, feeling confident all the nhile. And the iest exhibition of combination foot- all and individual play that sea at the park this year was given or the edification of. the spectators, lie shining lights in this unparallel- individual play were. I-lnning anc Linning was a- trick- y. The outstanding man-Ion" the Over- eas line was Lush in goal. His saves ere 'performed. One of the best crowds of the sta- in appeared at the game. .The 'Seas won the toss and chose _j kick up the Mil. The Callles took mmediate possession and pressed the ttack, the first few moments pep- ering the goal with shots that were nostly haphazard and. wide. Liuning owever, tore through. a speedy one hich .narrowly missed being a goal Then the 'Seas broke away, Mcln rre, in saving, gave the 'Seas a corn r.klck; nothing; came of it. Seas, pressing now, kept Jhe .Ca'ilies' efence busy. Brennan fouled Chls rick, and the free kick enabled 'tin allies to get-ths ball-within closi ange, where Knight secured off Chis vlck'and precision am orce from left, the ball striking th pposlte goalpost and rebounding int he net, never giving Lush a cha'nc i save. The 'Seas fouled, and allowed th Callies a couple of corner kicks i apid succession. Mullen fouled; th Mies took a kick from eightee he 'Seas presented the Callles with :ouple of corner kicks within a brie jpaee of time. The Callies wer showing to advantage, and Lush was kept on tho anxious seat. He saved one on the fly and Home gave the Callies a corner. On the kick-in Home -pushed the -ball over the net and the Callles were allowed another corner. Knight made the kick and ul nnd waiting, saw his chance and eaded the ball In for number two. The 'Seas took" possession for a hllo, and took the ball to the Cal- ea' part of the field, but weie unable piriietrate the defence ot the cotohmen. The Callles nd Lush saved hard one from night. The Callles' 'backs committ- d a fqul, and the freo kick the 'Stas ere allowed was admirably blocked y the men who caused the trouble V moment later the only good chance f the game for the 'Seas ecore was resented, when Mclntyru, In saving, ad left his post, but Robinion kicked ride, and the wafi ttrrowu way The Callles came down and made ilngs Interesting around their oppo- ente' goal Black kicked out twice an-exponent of the nafety first ilnolple. From hyLlnnm o Bone and then a, try and a savn liy Jish, made a upectacular piece of ootball craft Baston shot wide on wo occasions ns the half came to a lose The last fifteen minutes saw he play In midfletd. but the Scotchmen uere alwalB masters ot their opponents The feature of the ame at this Juncture was the goal- ending of Lush Mclntyre, In the pppsite goal had but little occasion o display'his.renowned ability. Second Half 'The Callies jimmedlately monopo- aud had guessing Foi r onsiderable space of time the Cnlllci md the ball, pressing the 'Seas" de- .some pretty football was Bxhibitea by the Cailies' kickers, par iciilarly tlieir combination methods n which tbe forwards and the backs rorked as a unit Linmns got uithm close proximity of the 'Seas' goal, hut kicked wide, he missed.a nice chance Anderson foul ed Home, and following the free klcl he 'Seas got as far as the Callies lacks, plose in, and. were turned jack. The play-was very -methodica and quiet for-a spell without either ide trying very hard. Bone on one occasion kicked viciously, but ihot was -high. Lush cleared a dan ;erous situation, and then tbe 'Sea.- ;ot possession, brought the ball down he left wing, Brennan shooting from proximity, which Mclntyre sav ;d. Tilth 'Seas continued to press md Mciptyre saved again as a charge from- the 'Seas' forwards was upon tiim. This was the'first occasion In the last half that .the 'Seas real! looked dangerous': Robinson brpugh the: ball iip-l.the right side and-isho from long range: Molntrre, in eavlng presented a to his oppo nents. Robinson kicked in beautifu ly, and after a. arouu the goal, the Cnllles; cleared. The Scots took it up and Lush wa severely tested-. The 'Seas kicked in to several corners, and had a liar time keeping the hall a'wny frpm_th g goal-mouth. Easton, tore off som Teased lightning, .but'it was not a The 'Seas brought it up fin illy 2Jnd Mclntyre used a little Fit Simmons stuff in clearing. Linnin: when the Callies took possession a; ain, kicked three In succession i Lush, two'were wide. Then the Callles had a monopoly the ball" for the last fifteen aiinut, of play, and four minutes from th final whistle Bone succeeded in ge ting within nice shooting range, an sent In a sizzling shot without givln Lush a fighting chance to save TABERTbOTBALLlLimOUTCLASSEE GRASSY LAKE TEAM-SCORE 8-2 Edmonton, cop-! furlongs, was won by .the Duke o ped the final game of the series from Devonshire's Marten, who started at die Red Sox, making an even break jn to. 4. His Bra'ntspear, n the series, tegina Sdmonton Rhode, Bcrger'vand Sinnett; Bear- man and Leniieux. QUAKERS-LOSE-A GAME Calgary, June iveely hit- ling Northrop's offerings and hy good generalship in using pitchers, liranks took the final game from the Quak- ers, making the. latter's first loss since the Hatters, beat them two weeks ago. Saskatoon...................... 3; 8 1 Calgary........................... 6 H 3 J100 to second, -arid. .Sir E. 2' Cassel's Sirpo, 160 to Xorlhrup and Walters; Gage, Loomls and Jones. INTERNATIONAL Toronto 13, Jersey City 3. Buffalo 4, Newark Montreal 4, Providence 2. 7. fHHtaiofO 5, The Gold wefgfrt -for age stake race two '-rnllc's, was won by Lord Derby's .tirpfiryear-olt! hay filly, Glorvlna, who started at 100 to X. J. A. Derothchilda'1 Cin- cinnatus, 7 to 1, was favorite, E. Hulton's Thlstlotori, who started at the short price of U to 1, was placed third. FEDERALS WANT QUAKERS A Calgary report says the'Federnl league may get Bill Hurley and five of his'players. Tempting offers have been made, and the treatment of the Quakers by umpires has made Hurley soi'o on the league. Tnber, June 10. Taher Football club put it over Grassy Lake to tho tune of 8 goals to 2 on Saturday ev- ening before a large number of spec- tators. From start to finish Grassy Lake had no chance with the Taber boys, but put up a game fight to the end. Grassy are no mean team to against and it was only owing to' the fine play of the home boys that sent Grassy nown to defeat. Sharp at 7 o'clock Referee Patter- son blew his whistle and called the hoys out. Cartnell won the toss lor Tata and elected to play with the wind The Lake kicked on the sphere and play was kept to the mirineU ind then Talicr secured the ball, and madn for the Grassy goal and after a scrimmage in the goal mouth the hali was rushed over the line. 1- rom Ihen up to half time Taber kept the Grassy goal-keeper busy and tallied no fewer than live more goals. Half time, Tahcr (i, Grassy Lake 0. more aggressive and managed to re ;ster a goal 15 minutes [rom t start. Encouraged by their succc they put more energy in their pi and it was not long before th scored their second goal. Tho brick output lost year showed a decrease of brick. From this we calculate how mniiy umpire's lives were saved. In the second halt the Lake we i Your Health Question KEEPING well U largely J matter of keep-] ing every normally that J (low down and j that falter need] tonic lax- atire tbrtub- rittle 25c. .nd 60c. ABBEY'S VITA TABLETS The Nerve Tcnlc I 111A iii i V-' it was time to make another tally they made an onslaught on the visit- ing goal and from a nice run and centre from the right wing ended in tlic hall reaching the net tor the seventh was lack- ing for the game was won'and about two minutes from the finish Tahcr s outside right rushed the ball through for' the eighth and last tally. When the whistle blew the score stood, Tater 8, Brassy Lake 2. Taber are. improving in every game ond are confident of beating the Shamrocks at Lethhrldgc next Thurs- day in the Lethbridge and District League, and are going to Lethbridge determined to bring hack 2 points. Paris, June was wiped ff the Olympic map today when he International Olympic Congress dopted the German: -definition o! an Jlyrapic nation. Ittdcr this'dcfini- .on, Finland cannot enter as a scp- rat'e nation. The opinion was ex- ressed by some of the delegates that rinland was likely to withdraw en- irely trom the'games rather than jtapeto under the Russian flag. The Congress also adopted a pro- osal by Italy, seconded by the Un- ted States, that a man who com- i3tes fox one country in one series ol }lympic. games, may never compete fterward in the games for another ountry. It was decided that compc- itors must be natives or naturalized of the country they rcprc- cnt. WESTMINSTER BEAT CENTRAL SCHOOL IN CLOSE BASEBALL GAME Westminster 5, Central 4, was the ;eore in the semi-final game of the Public School Baseball League. Mon- day afternoon. McKillop, the opposing twirlera, were both in good form, having hali a strike-outs each to credit, bus Gillies showed betteK control, as issued no passes. The feature ot the game was a fast double piny in the 3rd Lakie to Cameron, by which tlw side was retired witft the- iase, full. The score read 4-1 till Wntminster came to bat in the last Inning, when with the bases-full, Mcllvsna lined ut his customary hit and won the game. The line-up Westminster-Ridpath lb., Wylic 2b. Gillies p., Mcllvena ss., McGredy cf., Lakie rf., 'F. C. Jen- lings c., .'A. G. Cameron 2b. 2b., Morrison :f., Young lb., McKillop p., Elwood 3b., Towle ss., Kemm If., Fitzpat- rick rf., P. Stewart c. not allowed to bat. P. Higgins. The final game of the Public School League will he played on Thursday, afternoon, Westminster vs. Central, on the practice grounds north of the I. H. C. building. The present stand- ing of the respective teams is W. L. Pet. Vcstminslcr 3 1. .750 Jentral Fleetwood 0 3- WARM RACE FOR THE HONORS IN S.S. LEAGUE There promises to >be some atmggtei for the honors in the Sunday school eaguo this season. The standing of :he league was a tlo all round, until St. Andrew's broke away from the Wesley aggregation last night at the barracks by a score of 13 to 11. St. Andrew's now heads the league with 667 per Knox has .500, and Wcs, ley .333. It was a tough game all through. Both teams were strong nnd after the bacon. Mathers' wild pitch to first when the bases weie. full lost tho game for 4ho Wesley team.. The St. Andrew's team were worlting two spare Ditchers, who held Wesley down to ten hits. Tho line-up; Simpson, .1. SIcPhce, Livingstone, Mathers, Williams, Red- mond ftml CflBcaden. St. Glllls, Stafford, L. nunsworth, Munroo, C. Glllls, Pitney, M, Duusworth, llusscll lyid V. QI11U. ;