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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1914 In Football Match With Taber at Ball Park-Local Player Lost Head and Knocked Taber Man Out THE SCORE Shamrocks............... 1 Taber...... 0 GOAL SUMMARY Shamrocks, 42min., Patterson. THE TEAMS Seaman and Holland; WMIetts, McCormlck and P. Farrant; Finnerty, C. Fafrant; Gallaher, Campbell and Patterson. McMahon and Bateman; Foster, J. Carr and Bat- tereble; Brown, Anderson, Colqu- hon, McGIIIvary and Cartneli. The remarks passed by the specta- tors after the game were not at all complimentary. Br all the laws of consistency, if there are any-, the pa- trons should have been treated to a most excellent display of footcraltl The exhibition of prowess given by the visitors when they went up against" the Callies here on June 4, the past performances of the Shamrocks led one to believe that the itearns were so evenly matched that all the skill and science that the sides were capable of would be brought out. But Taber failed to deliver the same class of ability they did the Callies and the Sham- locks, too, played a classier brand oi foot-bail when they locked hems with, the Caliies and Overseas on former occasions. Spectacular playing and machine-like work. was not in evi- dence at any time and the only occa- sion upon whifch the "spectators were really roused occurred tire minutes from the termination oi the match, when C. Farrant, the Shamrocks' in- side right forward made a foul at- tack upon Vic. Brown, t-he Taber right forward, and laid him cold. The crowd was furious with Farrant over his mad act asd as he mads his way to the dressing room after heing ruled out of tha game by Referee Jimmy Gurr, he was loudly admon- ished. Brown and Farrant were both after the ball near the right side-line facing the Shamrock's goal, close in Brown, it must be said, rather delib- erately pushed Farrant and Farrant likewise retaliated, to all appearanc- es, and as Brown went down he re- ceived a kick from Farrant in tie etomach which caused him to roll end writhe In pain upon tho sward. Farran't defends his act- against Brown with the claim that Brown had been roughing it with him con- i throughout the game and he NATIONAL Pittslnirg 1 New Yow............. S Aiiams, Harmon Wilson; Coleman, Demaree Meyers. Cincinnati Brooklyn and and 9 2 Eddie Foster had an off season in 1913. due; perhaps to the typhoid fev- er which he had In the spring of that After his return to the game, didn't seem to have the life and linger that hg formerly displayed. this year he has regained his health, and It batting over .300. His eturn to form -will make Griffith's Nationals more formidable than ever. ew of them, that the Shams would unable to hold the visitors in the econd half when the wind advantage jecame theirs, but the wind nearly down for a half hour. The- Shams pressed and Powell saved a good right punch- It was five minutes before Taber came away. Seaman .saved for the Shams at the expense oi a corner at The goal mouth- After the kick-in Brown secured and kicked a rangy shot diich Hewitt- saved by pushing over :-he bar and giving Taber anc-ther corner. Taber pressed onward. Tab- efites committed two fouls and then Shams did likewise. Holland in saving alter Taber's free kick, gave a corner. Taber -was sticking to ihe jail and keeping the Shams' defence busy. The Shams finally broke away and carried the attack to the Taber end oi the field, and were allowed a ouple of corner kicks; Which ov-ivetl unproductive. Taber brought it 'r-ack and Hewitt was puzzled in saving a dribbler and fumbled the bal n the goal mouth Brown charged n on him to force what "to many ap- jeared to be a goal Brown's act was declared a foul and a free kick vas the result. A couple of minutes ater the Farrant-Brown incident took place and the game ceased for five minutes, while Brown was being taken care of. The battle was contin- ued with ten men apiece. Tahor given a free kick. The bail went up Bantou and Clai-S; Allen, Schmutz and McCarty. Chicago................ 4 o 3 Philadelphia............12.11 1 Cheney, Pierce, Stacknow and Js'eedham; Marshall, Ocsciiser and Burns. St. Louis Boston.. C 8 5 11 Robinson, Steele, Perritt and Sny- der; Cruteher, Bailee and Wialinj. AMERICAN Philadelphia............ 6 10 2 St. Louis...... 6.11 2 Plank, Brown and Lapp; Baum- gardner and Agnew. Washington............. 361 Johnson and Ainemlth; Dubuc and Stanage. CALGARY AND MOOSE .JAW JO PLAY HERE Don't spend, all your pin money on Dominion Day! Save, four bits for a real baseball match tbat is going to be play-. ed here the -following day professionals. Calgary and Moose ,Ja'w pllt the .blade of. his oar. Nat Scoles luickly repaired the damage. Lake was Rough Last NigiiL but That Only Helped to Add Excitement to Contests Tho preliminary regatta of the sea- son VBB held at Henderson Lake last night, under the auspices of tha Aquatic club, and altliough the at- tendance was small, tha event'was a decided Buccese. The lake was unus- ually rough, but the sports were all the more exciting ana testy for this reason. new boathouse proved very convenient! being directly in, front of the course. The events and results were as follows: Standing canoe Crawford; 1; A. Clarke, 2; C. Sherlock, 3. entries. One-third mile double skiff El and C. E. Crawford, 1; Home bro- thers, 2. Tha winners got away to a I'ine start and led all the way, but the Home brothers were handicapped con- siderably owing to the fact that they rawed In a strange and somewhat heavy gkiff. Single skiff backward E. Butler, 1; P. Home, 2. Single canoe A. Crawford; 1; A. Clarke, 2; T. C. Rldpath, 3i Five entries. Mixed tandem S. Craw- ford and Miss Butler, 1; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Rldpath, 2; R. H. Sherlock and Miss Gladys Downer, 3. Four entries. Single skiff Butler, 1; F. Home, Z, Tail-end Crawford, 1; P. 2; C. Sherlock, 3, Tandem canoe and Bawden, 1; Ridpath and Clarko, 2; Sherlock brothers, 3. SUNDAY SCHOOL BASKETBALL St. Mary'g and Wesley juniors met last night on tho former's ground. Af- ter a good game being played, it end- ed in fayor .of St Mary's, the scora being 11 goals to 4. SAVINGS In Men's Hot Weather Wearables i At The "2 MY' SATURDAY ONLY Men's Underwear MEN'S BALBEIGGAtf UNDERWEAR (two piece) regular 60c. -.-35C HEIST'S LIGHT WOOL UNDERWEAR (two regular Saturday 75C MEN'S SILKETTE UNDERWEAR, (two regular Saturday 95C MEN'S WHITE LISLE UNDERWEAR, two piece, regular 75c and Soc. Saturday 60C SPECIAL VALUES IN MEN'S COMBINA- TIONS at Shirts! v Shirts! Shirts! Men's Clothing Shoes MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, size 16, MEN'S TWO PIECE SUITS, regular ftJUg to 118.00. Saturday ____ -S9.9U regular to Saturday 50C Mm OXFORDS; (Geo. A. regular Saturday MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, regular price, LMTHER BLIL BAJA Saturday 1 .1 5 (The Geo. A. Slater) reg. Saturday j) The "2 M's" M'Cuire Kirkham Block ;