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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTfE LETirniUnflE DAILY HERALD FIRST DISTRICT FOOTBALL GAME Wednesday, June -0-R-TS WINNIPEG TEAM MAY BE OUT OF IT MACLEOD AND BALTIMORE MAY GRASSY LAKE PLAY TIE REPLACE DETROIT Opening ,Game Of the District Football League Macleod Jun0 ffrst game the Southoin Alberta football Lea- gue was played here tonight between Grassy Lake ami Macleod. Thure were not very nuiny people out to witness the game as it started raining the time it commenced, ami continued all through tj-ic game. Cleveland Paper Exposes Dual to American League Franchise to old City Clevolnnd. Ohio, June to the story from Detroit that the De- troit American League team is to be transferred to. munlier ctliy the today says tlia'ran emissary froih tho ll.iltiinore club of tho Eastern league has -conferred with President lian Johnron of "the American league; Charles Coiniskey.. owner of tho Chi- cago American club; diaries Som- ers of the local cltib and other powers in the America'n league. Says the Xeivs; Mr. of tho fialtiinore was in' Cleveland Ir.st Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL 'iroolclyn 101 000 -I New York..... 321 000 B 6 2 Scatilon, Schardt and Bergen; Mar- mnl anil Myers. Second Brooklyn 6 1 :ew Vork 100 OGO 10 Bargcr and Egan: Ames and Myers. I'iltsburg 400 000 S 3 Cincinnati 000 100 5 0 Camnhz and Gibson; Egan, From- me, Smith and McLean. St. Louis 010 010 Things About Big Men in Baseball Sunday. lie said at that time that li'j I Harmon and had met with encouragement from and Archer. Chicago .....i. 002 100 7 Breanahan; Browi pite the weather conditions, th the men he had talked with and had Des- (every reason to believe it would not be long until Baltimore was back in the major from which it was e game was OHO of (he fastest ever plaved ..im.n u. Macleod and resulted in a 'tie, the the ''lose lhe '902 Froro .at tho end of time being 2-2. Qn account of tho rain it was decided not to continue. son. Mr. Soniers said today he had talked with a "gentleman from Balti- but denied it had anything: do with the placing of a team there Wickcs Denies It v NO GAME HERE I Baltimore. June Secretary E. W The'-initial match here in the Dis-'mckes 'he Baltimore Eastern lea trict between the two local Rangers and Rovers, was of Eue Bascba11 club denied tonight. report that he had been sent to t'leve liiiid to confer with American league ;rourae. necessarily postponed last officials relative to Baltimore's emrj evening on account of the weather, into the major 'league. Canada League Games BRANDON DROPS ANOTHER Brandon, [Keene's slants tiie seventh wit Juno Brandons !srMt for lllls and lnree into the cellar tonight Thcy SOt the eighth, and culminated iii the i sacre" in the ninth by adding four ring- .ers to their total. The Eskimos re- eiriy bunched hits in two innings'and .spouse was very feble, one lone run. generous with his gifts. Ifall's Jlinjons hit like fiends, getting when they lost'another'game to'Siis- kjjiioon by a score of 3 to 0. The.en- 4e locals had men on the third cor- ner but could not get them acros Tjfe score; Brandon 000 000 TOO 010 r Bacjvofi and A1. CALGARY SROKE THE ICE. IN These wholly delightful little smokes have proved that the finest Virginia tobacco can be perfectly blended, cut, rolled, and offered to you at ten cents a package. And cigarette connoisseurs were so quick to take advantage of this high quality at low price that Black Cats have become vby far the mort popular Virginia cigarette in the .country Dp You know them J, At Aty MAM3ANUS CIGARETTES EASTERN o 000 000 10 2 Newark 000 103 Schultz and McAllister; Boice and Cady. [Rochester S Providence 000 000 5 Manser and Jacklitsch; Lavender and Peterson. (Toronto 000 003 11 4 (Baltimore 113 000 7 3 Gathers, Mueller, (Phelps and Koch- Dygert and Ad'kins. Second Toronto 020 000 12 Baltimore Oil 000 4 8 Rudolph and Phelps; Peppolski, Jltith and Adkins and Egan. (Montreal 000 100 000 3 1 [jersey .City 000 000 010 o 0 I Called in. the 12th on account of j darkness Burke and Hardy; Mason and Butler. i CANADIAN London.................... i s 2 Berlin 3 B i Smith and Reake; Mueller and Dunn. Other games postponed on account of rain. PUGILISTIC DEFI Cranbrook, B. C., June 27 j Storting Editor, Lethhridge Herald: Dear be.lialf of Young jStreeior I challenge any heavyweigh boxer for a side bet of from 1300 to Streeter knocked out Alf Dragon, tile Italian heavyweight at Fcrnie in i nine rounds last week. i I have a coming heavyweight iSlrceter; years old and weigh- jing 210 pounds. I will match him with anyone, no one barred. HARRY LOMBARD, Manager of Streeter, Care of Cosmopolitan Hotel, Cranbrook, B. C. Brtrolt Heaver In Hoipltil Detroit, Juno Mnilln the Detroit American league pitcher Is In a local hospital recovering from the effect! of an operation upon nil not. An ulcerous growth and two pieces of decayed bone were removed yesterday It Is expected -he will he able to jglji tke team fiariy week. I NavyCtit arettes Cig Per Packet ;