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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBimJGF June zi, mm HAS GOOD LIST OF LIVE EVENTS FOR HOLIDAY SPORT-S Tennis Club Holiday Visitors I The Taber Tennis club be tomorrow lo engage he local set- imaded their [bode a week ago last Saturday lid earned off the honors of the in overwhelming style. It is peeled that T.iber will be represented and If they. Ill to win back some of then lost lurels they at least expect lo give Igood account of themselves I The engagement will take place the T. M. C. A! court at 3.30. local players have not been liosen yet. tABERYo MAKE MERRY ON 1ST will cele- brate on a larger scale than ever, on oiiinlon Day. The Board of Trade uine completed the program for their Jfourth annual celebiatiou .iml enter lUainmeut, and visitors are ex- The athletic orogram include t two mile race and d halt mile race, j other foot races, m the after-i fcoon. There will also be. a good pro- tram of horse races Medicine Hat lacrosse team will Icome down for a league match and I this will be1 played in the evening. fin the afternoon a 'baseball match will be plaied between a Hat cit> league team and the Taber team. This wil' be a big attraction for Medicine Ha people. A. lug feature of the to be the patriotic speachei, m the mom ing The speakers will be R B Ben net, K C, II P P, otCalgai Hon W A Buchanan of Lethbridge, lion A ,1 .McLeau, of Taber, a F P Conj beare, K C of Letbbridge and others There will be cheap faies horn all 'points on the holiday, and those who come to Tuber may be assured of a big dar of fun The admission foi the entire dav is to be oul> 21 cenU public dance will be held hi the cvei fillip WAY Bill smiled and grinned at baoi Or fumbled that toe home team made; He never failed to rise-and root, No matter, just how rank they played ain't no use to make- a fuss Mistakes will happen said he, furnish lots -of sport for They're plenty good enough for me.' i Bill grinned whene ei the pitcher gave Free transportation to same gent; I'd sit and'ciirse and A fan who harbored discontent, And bhould ,i plaver fail to lut In pinches, Bill smile say: "That doesn't worry me a Think hat he s done before to Bill grinned, no matter the fight Was he nqp satisfied, "Although the play wrong or Said he, r ain't here to decide I'm here to see a game of ball, And not to pjav it So the The bojs go on, don t count at What is the good of lucking, any- "You tell, for instance, at the waj .The limps-decides something; and such, And such a wrong, jou saj But that change the not much' They play the heatUhey you' Protest, and josh them when they A pat iinon tbe hack would do A loj, more toward good base ball! Bill grinned. His faith In every boy made the homo team never waned, Somehow he seemed to shed a joy A joy that hit you and remained. "There may he better tennis, hut I Ilon't know ot any, said llien added, with n happy sigh 'They're plenty- good enough for Louis Globe-Democrat. TWO BASEBALL GAMES City League Teams Plays in Morning and District Leaguers in Afternoon Amateur baseball attractions for tomorrow In Lcthbridse promise to bo .the real la the, morning at 10 o'clock a regularly scheduled city league match taie place between the Y M. C. A and the roons. It Is usualh- conceded tha'tl both these nines are matched and as. neither of the two has any .special desire, to' occupy ..tho cellar position in the league they will marshall their, main strength in order to pull through a victory. Admission 25 ceoti. CardftoR in .the Afternoon. At 2 lo'ctock In the afternoon the second game here of district league fixtures will be plajotl Cardstou opposes the local brigade Thore are several treasons ta advance why this game should be an exhibition worthy of the price of admission Lethbridge feels the necessltj of winning the game in order to hold the lead oier then close rivals, Taber, in the race for the Cup Taber has fonr'wins to their credit and but one defeat Lethbridge haa tuo wins and no losses The locals are keenly bent, on recording this game in their' victory column but hays no reason to expeci a cinch win with the renowned "Spud" Murphv pitted against them on the firing line and the Cardston club president, was In town speaking to the Herald, stated that the boss from the South would'be here with a winning team That thei are of no mean calibre may be tolged b) the 3 battle they gaie Taber and it is said Cardston had game in their grip until a bum plav In the final round turned the tide of victor) The line-nil. of A the local nine will in all probabilitj be- Clarke, pitcher, catcher, Bowers or Nicholson, first base, Lepper, iecond has, Seideubecker, third, Rail or Graj. short-stop, Stewart and Green. Admission at the gate 2a cents and 10 cents extra to the stand BASEBALL, FOOTBALL, TRAP SHOOTING AND LAW TENNIS One of the Speediest Infielders in the Game CHIMICAL PRY CLEANING 7tt Jrt Aveu 80, ilwn It out of town v Owen Buih, the crack shortatop of the Detroit Tigers, has been a great help to Hu0hy Jennings in landing several pennants Such came out of the a few ago and hn work haa been of j kind evei since he joined faat company. CAN NOT FIGHT Governor of Oklahoma Says a Prize Fight Can't Be Staged in that State Oklahoma Citj, Okla, lune 20 The fight between Carl Morris, Okla- homa's: heavy, weight pugilist "white Jim-Flynn, the Pueblo fire- man, scheduled to take place in Tulsa on the afternoon of. July 4, will'not be .staged, in Oklahoma if Governor, Cruce can prevent it The governor this afternoon issued an ultimatum to the fighters "The tight will not take place Jn said the governor, I can it If It becomes necea- sai) to call out the entire militia force of-the'state to see that the .law Is enforced, it will be .done.'1 "The-question of'whether a :prize fight can be held In Oklahoma It de- hatahle, .said the governor, hut Okla- homa's law is sufficiently, definite.to picvcnt the he continued TO ACCOMMODATE IROWN San Francisco, June. Owen Moran's manager, haa announced ...that "Knockout" Brown win be given -the first chance against the Fngllsh lad if he raps in the tan- gle with Ad Wolgast on Independence Flret baeeman Fred Merkle, of the Olante.haa.developed Into one.of the all-round players In the game CALLAHAP HITTING .300 Philadelphia, June Cal- Ichan is the real'come-back according to the Philadelphia fans, who been watching the work of the White Sox fielder After being out of the game six >ears Jimmy, is hitting 360. NEXT YEAR FOR rtALPH Spokane, Juno Frjn, nmpiie in the Xorthwad i.rn f, ho is ivnown as the IVerloss LM because of excpllent wi.i i mpire in the National League r.e.vt season. Trigger and Trap qREAT SHOOTING BY CALGARY MAN Calgary. J.une best; scor made in Calguiv. and probabl; [ever Alberta, Manitoba or an: 'othei western nroUnce of Oaiuda went to the credit 01 Mr W U Me Lai en, champion of Albeita, dt las evening's regular .semi-weekly shoot To make one poasible frame .iu.: ai evening's shoot Is' considered excep. tlonally. good work, but'to such straights speaks for itself Me [Lareti-broke 88 straight dropping onto his 89th bird, which was a-moat ti regular, and' would have" been missed by the best of professionals i McLaren, not alotio In the goO( work. Stewart made a possible, Hud dley two possibles and .Andrew., one Scores1 were as follows W. B. McLaren H. C. Andrew A. Hmldley U Dowlei J. Stewart JlcKay Godwin Pride BE ON TIME TOMORROW Members of the local gun club .are requested to be at the traps for tomorrow's big shoot, which ,coin: niGiices in the. morning at 9.30. The gold button competition will be the first event in conjunction with the Oliver Gup competition. The next will be for the siher spoons, followed by the shoot for the Magrath Cup. Fifty cent, entrance, will be :harged aud handicaps arranged' .on :he ground. The public is heartily welcome tb attend. Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Brooklyn Philadelphia 11 2 Batteries Merger anil Moore, Alexander and Moran'. Chicago 0 Plttsburg 8 0 Toucj jini Ar- cher Adams and Gibson. Hoslon 6 1 New lork 5 1 and Ming Mar- qiurd and Aljeri, Cincinnati 9 i f-t Louis 5 0. Batteries Keefe and McLean Stcelc and Bliss AMERICAN New York 15 3 Boston JO 2 and jSweene) Hall, First Louis 13 1 Chicago 10 1 Hamilton, Mitch ell and Olmilcad ,md lilock. Second st Loms s i UllLjgo 12 2 'Matchcll, Harp- er and Harkc Uaker and Paj ne Philadelphia-Washington, postponed on account of wet grounds Detroit 10 3 Cleveland 10 4 Livclj'and Stanage Mitchell, Ktapp and Lanil BATTLE OF LOCAL GIANTS Crucial Match Tomorrow Evening Be- tween Foremost Football Teams Although the Callies are the favorites in the guessing as lo tho out- come ot the big football fixture at the Athletic Park tomorrow wcniug, they are not considered so superior to the S 0 H that the game Is a veritable walk-over. It is the Englishmen's last stand against the onward inarch of the mighty Scotchmen. The result of the game will decide the destination of the Buchanan Shield for this with portraits of our Klni and Qrmn, no nnir Carnival or Hit en, beta made. AH toUceonisUwho tell Black Cat Cifanlua have tbm bats. Gtl oat of Uttn hall and von will be man tban ptaaud'wltli It. It will b. tbe of all, and Ihe cam et Bitch Btaawit 'and aaioaeaiot hal emit >oo uMhint It to a liismii to nioken of Mack Cat CliareCM, and Ihtli cafldnn. Show lab W vov J they will qtrfeklj ona.'Thm aato it head, awle with Black Cat ;