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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGB iTatltHL.P TUESDAY, JUNE 23, SHAMROCKS AND NORTH LETHBRipQE HOOK IIP AT PARK' JOHNSON WILlfPJ French Society People Dressed As For the Opera, Wealthy American "Tourists. Noted Artists, Sculptors, Literary Men, playwrights and High Oflicials Will. Attend Pugilistic Seals Will Cost (By William Philip Simma) Paris, June M.-For the fivst time since Jack Johnson, the black giant, laid stalwart Jim Jeffries on the pug- ilistic shelf at Reno, and, unscratcneil, took possession ot the heavyweight championship belt, the coveted tro- phy will be put into play here on Sat- urday night, June 27, at the elo- drome d'Hiver. Frank Moran of Pittsburg, U.S.A., will be the big negro's, opponent, and Jrom out on the banks of the Ciso, at Butry-on-the-Beach, where the white hope is training, comes 'word that he is'in great shape. Similar reports nre filtering out of the Johnson camp at Asnieres, just on the fringe Paris. will greet the spectator's eye would render speechless the thousands of American lovers of the manly art, who have sat, shirt-sleeved, at Reno, Jacksonville, New Orleans and else- where. Beautiful women In daring evening clothes and diamond tiaras, wlti be sitting by the score at the sides of monocled geu'le- men of the same stripe, bedecked in garments seeu only at galas at the opera and official receptions in ceremonious lands. Languid and Wase, powdered, stencilled and rouged the .women of high continental so sprinkled with Americans- will be on hand; longing for a new sensation. Lorgnettes and jewelled NATIONAL 2 7 3 New 36 3 Ames and Clarke; Malhewsou and Meyers. St. Louis Boston....... "BROWNIE" CARSLAKE The Australian motorcycle rider, who has bhown exceptional speed at the new motordrome -in Toronto, the largest in Canada, and has alieadj de- feated several previous 'Champions. 4 10 3 9 Robinson, Sallee and Snyder; Tyler and Whaling. Pittsburg.............. r Dvooklyr, Hannan, Conzelman, Kantlehner and. Gibson; Coleman, Pfefter and Fisher. Chicago-Philadelphia: Wet grounds. AMERICAN Washington............ 4 9 Detroit........ 3- Ayers, Boehllng and Henrv; Dnbue, and Stanage, Baker. Boston Bedient, Johnson and Scott, Benz and Mayer. STORY THAT EDMONTON AND WILL JOIN NORTH- WESTERN -LEAGUE .481 5. S; 0 Thomas; 250 ..091 Leverenz and Philadelphia St. Louis......... Plank and Schang; Asrnew. New York-Cleveland; Wet grounds. FEDERAL Baltimore.............. St. Louis.............. 3 7 Suggs. Conley and Russell; Brown and Simons. Pittsburg ............B Kansas City ............'4 June there is any i Dlckson and Berry; Cullop, Stone, cbane.' in the Northwestern .circuit 1 feel sure that Port- land will be droppcd-ripok for eith- The Shamrocks and Lethbridso are schcdul- ed to meet'at'the ball park "this evening. TUe showing of these two teauisiiu their past games has been of, about equal merit', and all followers of foot- ball aro looking forward to a tip-top clash. North Leth- lias bitten the dust but once, the Callles administer- ing the dose the forepart of the season, by 1 to nil. have beaten the Overseas, Tn-' her and the Sons: The Shamrocks have drawn 't- will. Taber, defeated the Cal- lies, Sons and Taber. They have been defeated once, by the Overseas. Both teams will be out to win this game tonight with all their might, and if the weath- er conditions are not too had there will be E. feast of good stuff pulled off for devotees of football. AM. ASSOCIATION "Indianapolis 2, Kansas City 1. Minneapolis 8, Cleveland -1. St. Paul 2, Columbus 0. INTERNATIONAL Providence 6, Buffalo 3. Rochester 6, Jersey City 1, No other games, rain. CANADIAN Toronto 3, Ottawa 2. Hamilton 3, London 2. Erie 2, St. Thomas 1. Petcrboro 7, Brantford 1. New York Cincinnati NATIONAL w. t. pet 32 19 .627 31 26 CGMISKEY WILL GO fflERQjKE 'amous Firstbaseman Who haj Jumped to Federal League Chicago, June nill bt akcu to restrain Hal former V.nerican leigue star, from playing nothcr. game with the Buffalo Fed- rals, according to anhouriciBnent. to- ight hy Charles A Cormskey, presi- cnt of the Chicago Americans, alter e hail beun informed that Chase had layed in Satunlaj's Federal game Had he known of Chase's 'intention nimcdiate action would :have been aken, said Comiskey.. Chase gave no hints o! his plant at he American league park, and when m failed to appear for the game Sat- rday Fournicr was sent in CHASE MADE TWO-BAGGER Hal .Chase) lormet Amcuian league tar, played first'base for the Buffalo federals and his two-base-hit icortti looe in a hard-fought Chicago won Saturday. Cravath of'the Phillies is a llug ger of the'oood old .kind, such at Ed. Delehanty used to Last yeir Cravath collected 19 home runs, 14 three-baggert and 34 two-baser and Luderout short wajr.be hind him on long distance mak ing a trio .that Jlkely to break up the game MORE TALK- OF THIRD LEAGUE Teams for' Pittaburg, Cin cinriati, Detroit 'and Other Cities St. Louis 30 Pittsburg 28 Chicago 2S Philadelphia 24 Brooklyn..................... Boston 22 Harris and cr Ballatd or Everett to replace Rose was Boh Brown's state- ment with regard to the Calgary story that Edmonton and Calgary would secure entrance to the North- western League. The Vancouver mag- nate laughed at the story, in which it was said that he favored the drop- ping of Victoria. Manager Brown said that Victoria is one of the best ball towns on the circuit and denied the interview in iull. "I can't he continued, "how any writer would credit ms with stating that Victorians wanted a tea interval in baseball._How could I face my own fans at Vancouver if I gave out such an interview Manager Brown came out very strongly against any team in the Northwestern League, maintaining af- filiations with the Coast League. "It is a display of one's nwn wcak- icsses to ask for players from the Coast he stated. "I had jut one optional player on my club in the past four years and will never liave another." First game: Brooklyn Indianapolis Lafitte and Land; Rariden. Second game: Brooklyn......... Indianapolis 470 5 11 1 Henderson and AMERICAN Philadelphia............... 35 33 Johnson, who, perhaps not entirely withbUC remarked that he wouldn't swap jobs with John D. Rockefeller, and who, as this reflec- tion may be taken to denote, is some- what of a business man, is training at home and cutting expenses. The great out-of-doors, where he does his roadwork. is free, and at Luna Park, the scene of his gym exercise, he sets real money for letting the common herd look on, Frenchmen Excited Over Bout Between Butry-sur-Plage which is' another name- for Moran's headquart- ers and Afittieres, the one on the north and the other on the south, Par- is is all excited. Never has it seen a real world's championship affair, the most celebrated stunts ever pulled off here being the Caillaux-Calmette Bhooting affair, the Dreyfus affair and the revolution, the last named -being too far back for the younger bloods to remember. So, in spite of admis- sion prices which are wrenching from tie very roots the frugal souls of the economical, but sporty Frenchmen, the latter are determined to answer present at the roll call next Saturday night. Unlike Christmas, they figure, heavyweight championship fights don't come onee a year, and by dose shaving on other expenses, diminshing the daily ration of aoslntho, and hold- ing down on the annual tip to the fam- ily concierge, the necessary 275 francs or demanded for a ringside seat can -he torn from tte pocket without causing fatal convulsions. The Velodrome, with rocm for 2ft.- 000 people wUl probably be pratty 'well filled. Many mljllonalres are already bfere trom all parts ot the -worii, by tins famous Grand Prix, will si Ixtaschamps round at 10.30 p.m., the sight which opera glasses will be levelled at the reeking -black and white forms writh- ng in the ring, and gentle "Par-bleu's" or "Mon will .have taken the p'iace of the similar yelps of "Swat bim in the slats, and "Now, you boob, kill Not that this fight will he any different in this respect from any other half-way good exhibi- tion here which has gone "La Boxe" is the latest fad of the fast and fashionable rich set. There will be the celehriles pres- ent. In America those are usually shining lights ui the sporting world. few of these will lie at the ring- side here Saturday. But the real stars among the spectators Will Ir Finneran, Jund .and Owens, Land; Muttin and Rariden. Buffalo.. ICrapp and Hendrix, and Fiske, WESTERN CANADA FOR HAT Ileeina, June 22.-Playing errorless ball "hatting hard and opportunely behind Buckles' good pitching. Medi- cine Hat easily defeated the Red box who played indilierent bail. Detroit St. Louis Washington Boston..................... Chicago New Cleveland FEDERAL Indianapolis Chicago...... Baltimore Buffalo DOONDALE LEADS HOMESTEAD LEAGUE Pittsburg......... Kansas City Brooklyn St. Louis and Medicine Hat I2 Regina Buckles and Earth Berger Spencer. THIRTEEN INNINGS Saskatoon, June 23.-The Millers 32 33 33 24 211 24 26 25 25 29 27 32 23 28 26 85 INTERNATIONAL New N.T., June base ball disturbed yesterday .508 Dy the .aunouncenlent that .magnate !of the. game decided t .483 j launch a'third in'i'ior league to comba .-ISO j'ederal league opposition, was stll i somewhat unsettled today. Echoes, were, .heard from the of opposition' to th'e proposed nibv on the-part, of the American associa ion men, 'and other, representative ot the organized hut they >fel upon unresponsive far as tbl city was concerned: 'Hardly a repre sentative big 'leagues was lef in town and such "as were here wer baseball -topic of th hour. v There were, observers -of .the .sttua tibn however, who.surmised .that th real plari would provide for: placing Becoud teams in Bfooklyn, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Detroit and Washington, Cleveland -filling .out tiie western wing with Baltimore and Buffalo com- pleting the eastern division. CHINESE IN ATHLETICS .614 .531 .542 ..534 .500 .377 .357 .547 .510 .463 .458 .451 .426 Baltimore Rochester Buffalo Providence Toronto Newark ___ Jerssy City Montreal 39 34 34 30 26 22 19 18 .CGI .60 .506 .536 .500 .44 .328 .316 BOYS DIVISION Y.M.C. A. SWIMMING CLASSES SPECIAL' CLASS 4 43 Non-swimmers" SCHOOL Tuesday and Thursday Saturday tM-lt Of BLSINESB BOYS Monday and Friday ___7 M iiembers ol this clan must hare the building at 9 o'clock: NOTIOB Members of the Boys' must leave the pool immediately, on' tile sound of the Thistle; Ariy.iboy violating tthis rule, wfl be liable to QET WOMEN iN OLYMPIC OAME8 Golf Contwte Ice Skating and Ski-Ing' Bvtnti Juno cbnteets -lii may and speed ice skating and skl-rfif.imre.to- day given in future games by the deleeatea to lateraa- tional Olympic congress. Gymnastics will also be permitted, but onr> in the games of iB16, as it was decided'-by the committee that many of the jym- nastlo competitions were in the na- ot field and track sTtoii'ld lie classed as such; Ic was 'barred as an. event. YACHTS TUNING New York, N.Y., June undergone various changes, the three cup class Defiance, and Vanite, will resume their tuning- np contestB today. The first race of the series will be oft Greenwich to- da.y. FUNERAL OF GREAT SINGER June simple but impressive funeral services of the Anglican Church was held at noon Maurice Maeterlinck, the great Bel- Doondale, June Doondale __ baseball team has the lead in the Homestead League, with three wins Saskatoon and no defeats. Foremost was the j last victim to go down beiore the i onslaught oi the Doondale Greys, los- ing hy a score of 6 to 5 in a hot eleven innings' battle. The score DOONDALE GREYS R. II. E. Fay Jackson, ss. Douglas, 2b.......... Ib........ Jackson, If....... took thirteen innings and two pitch- today for the late Madame Lillian to beat the Quakers. Big Six Nordlca, in the Weigh House Church, Jlayfair, where she was mar- ago to George W. Northrup pitched well and deserved aure gium philosopher and .poet, author Long, c....... li Hack Ijo rmer, "Blue "Mary Magdalen" "Sister Angustc Be world's most noted sculptor Henry Bernstein and Henri Bataiile, the playwrights; Jean Rtchepin, the Ac- ademic Francaiao poet painters, FOREMOST senators, members of the chamber of j ff jlht d deputies, not to mention certain oi' Europe's most dashing dukes, .ill. esses, princes ami others of noble Some shift, trom pushing, cotton trucks in Galveston, Texas, for Jacto; some change from the blast furnaces ol Pitts-burg for Frank a novelty oi the first water for the old sport, ims followed the game from Sul- livan and Kilrain in the tobacco- scented hall in New Orleans to the Velodrome d'Hiver in gay Farce gentry, 'betng oC i iota, frill toinrdi Theil, ri. Graciy, 2h. Whit', 111.......... Emard, p.......... Walker, c........... S. Cbudleirfi, ss. If...... E. Chudlcigh, rf. cult d'rive of the season. Moose Jaw 562 Saskatoon 483 Jarrott, Kurfcss and Northrup and Walters. Calgary-Edmonton, of .New York. A large congregation 'was present, including many singers with whom the late Madame Nordica had performed. Thomas went down to New York and kept his face straight while he told them the' crowds .were coming back to the Cubs. His training under Murphy stands him in good stead. "Busting by Ty Cob, shows that Ty's sub as 'a writer hits about as well as his sub as a batter usually Mr. J. .H. Crocker, of the Y.M.C.A; Training Olympic Team Brantford, Ont., June at the Y.M.C.A. here are in receipt of a number.of photographs illustra- tive of the work carried on in Shang- lai by the foreign branch of the association, under the direction of J. H Crocker, formerly secretary of the local Y.M.C.A. Since Mr. Crocker's appointment to the work in China wonderful progress !n athletic circles has been made, not only in Shanghai, but throughout the whole Empire. At the present time.Mr. Crocker has In charge, the preparatory work in China for the next Olypmic meet, in Berlin during the summer of 1916. He confi- dently expects that the issue or his ef- forts will be a Chinese team among the. 'leaders, and 'which will carry off many of the premier honors. How times do change! Here is a Chicago paper saying Dill Klem is a good umpire. LOOK HERE S. S. BASEBALL The Knox and St. Andrew's inter- mediates meet tonight at the bar- racks. Players are requested to be on the grounds at 6.15 ready to start at 6.30. Y. M. C. A. TENNIS There will te a meeting of the M. C. A. Tennis club on Thursday night at 9 o'clock in the Triangle room of the Association, building. You are requested to attend and, if possible bring another fellow. Let us get to- gether on this proposition, and see what can be done, lours for Physical director. BASEBALL M6ETIN6 A meeting of the executive and the players of the Lethbridse baseball club has been called -by the secretary for this evening, at the Dallas Hotel, at S o'clock. ENGLAND WINS POLO TROPHY FE-OM AMERICA AT MEADOWBROOK CATARRH or THE BLADDERi Docudale 3-11 Foremost THE STAN'DIN'S W. L. Pet. 1.000 .000 .000 E-NGUISH CRICKET London, June beat York- shire by an hvalngs soil pip? in a county cricket fixture at Tonbridge, being the second game played there during TonbrlrtgR "week." For Kent, the following were the highest nacres: F. E. WooIIey SB, Hardlnge 86, E. Humphreys.50; Hubble 54 and L. H. W. Trout'hton, 09, ncUcallv the Banio team which they have now iiml cap t jid team work. was S in the ;