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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6. 1 he lethbridge daily herald Hatiii'djiy. Marrli IStli, 1011. CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE FORMED PICKED TEAM Three-Club Organization Preferred if North Fails to of yale and harvard ath Enter - Sporting Goods. Y. M. C. A. and Press! �� ^� ^'^'^ land this SUMMER Club Compose League Now -- The Officers and Patrons Chosen ~ Meeting Friday Next Thr l.ethliiidge Ciiv Awateuv l.Pii-fuc is ;i lixtUiT unv. . I^ast nfghl- at tlir V M r A. repiTSclitativrs (iniii 111!' hnsoball cluli of 1ha( insnlii-tioii, the Sporting doocis and 'hv Pfss eiiili fnnnallv t-omplcted the cr-Kniiizauon of llio loague. I lull \V A Iltichaiian. R M. Thoni-r^-jon niifl �'. II FlcpUvoofl wern Inndi' patrons of the louptie i'. -1 Mchsliiim �as rli"5;rii Hou Prpsidrnt and .1 T, (iialtaui. I'-'U. \ivc-rrpsi-�Irnl. II Xicliolsiir' was plpftcd pii'sidniit  lid l-;d Piitiiani \ Irr-piTSidf ni. Tin' filla-c (if sprrrtar^ was left- oppn nil llip nc.\t nipptinc;- I'lie V.'innlpil rolirc, h lio wrrc t'.\-Jicc'lod In niakr up ilip inurili LJuh of tlic Ipagiie. did nol put m an ap-p'wranc'p. wliich was aocpplpd as .m indicalion tbxi they wpre not dpsir-f>ii=; ni cntprinc noKi.- It was ripcidfd I'l form a Ihrpp pliili Ip.ipnp llnrtpr Itir rirrtiiii";!ancps. cotnpospd of llip VM s. tpanis 111 tlip cil\. ll'iwPMM, It was thoiiglit tha' If \cii!li \\.inl would put in a Ip.ii'i a nrrali-r intpvpsl, would l)p lakpii in i!;c g.iiiies, and a loiU-cliili Iracuf of liiai dpscription wonid Piirr; all tl.p pssnitial points toward siicppss coiii.iinpd in a three-, 'lull paPt hpsiastinie in tireat Britain. .-Vccording to advices received here the association has arranged an imprcsnlvc schedule between teaius made up of members of Tuxnell Park, Westham, Hrentford, and Clapton Orient football teams, and a similiar schedule Is proposed between junior athletics. To this end all those under certain age will he admitted free to practice grounds. There are no particularly good players in London but an effort will be made to arrange a fixture between Firltishers and some star Americans. The Rhodes scholars at Oxford will also have a team. lipton shield all-british athletic meet GIVEN BY SIR THOMAS TO AMERICAN YACHT CLUB Boston. March IS.-The Llpfon Shield, given hy Sii' Thomas Lipton, on which will be engraved names of various associations class winners, has been accepted to be held in triisi by the Massachusetts Yacht Racing Association. Sir Thomas has been chosen an honorary member of the I asFOciution. McINTOSH anxious to get jack johnson back into the ring with langford New York. Mnrch 18.-Hugh Mc-Intofth, the Australian fight promoter, has announced to friends here his Intention of coming to Amor1, on March 27, lo which all the citizens of I.j0thbridg6 mayor, council, particularly re- and candiiliitps being ((uested to attend. Presidpiil A K. Dtipen and vice- prp.sjdrnt F. T Robins wpre appoini- fiil as a roinniittfp to interview C. I I Kckstorni,, and ascprlain what ar-I rangpii-pnts can bp made regarding I thp nlitalning oi' the ball grounds for I practices and games. , It wa.s also announcpd that p|�Ri-j dent Duppn lias given ti shield for � cnnipptitirtn among the various school '.soccer teams of ihp citv. McCoys chance Kid McCoy 'A lot of people seem to think it makes I a difference because Norman has had Philadelphia, .March 17.-Kid .Mc-j five wives already and has hardly Co.\ will get his chance to prove that i been sucoessful with them. But why At present Britt lire has written to O'Brien that jiigt as soon as n contract can be drawn up he will sail for New York,' and be' here to meet his one-time vanquisher. i hr has "come back" next Monday is in London,, but ! night, .lack O'Brien, manager of the Ameriran Athletic club, annotinced last night that McCoy hau been matched with .Jack Fitzgerald of Philadelphia. the only way Montreal Star:-Athletic organli'-atlons seem to find the gemtle but firm sway of the Canadian Amateur Athletic t'nlon to the advantage of clean sport, harmony and brotherly love; and so the big federal organization although still in point of age but an infant, already justified its existence. For instance, the other day the Ontario Rugby Football Union-itself a pretty big and successful organization-decided to continue in iiffiliation with the Athletic Inion. The football men find it advantageous to c-ai-ry on their .sport under the protection of the big federation. shouldn't he tO' again? Honestly. I win adhiii tliat 1 certainly do admire him." �When seen at his new place of business, No. 1 West Thirty-fourth St., Mr. Selby remarked: "Certainly I don't Intend to spend the rest of my life a lone, solitary man. I know 7 haven't been very sue-oestful. but it has all been ray own i fault as 1 can plainly see. But now 1 have turned over a new leaf and everything will go smoothly-when I do try marriage again." Mrs, Lillian E. SeJby. wife No. 6, who secrred an Interlocutory decree j of divorce from tha former RUgllist in December last, was aslced today if she cared to comment upon the probable marriage of her former spouse. "Par be it from inel" she cried, holding up her hands. "I will say. bow-ever, that 1 wish them all kinds of luck." MONDAY flat racing in enolano will start for the season London, March 18.-With the opening of the flat racing season so near (It hand-it commences on March 20-- much imprest nnturBlly centers in tlie work of the horses -at the varlouR training establishments. "Dick" Marsh, who has charge of King Oeorge'i torses at ICgerton House, Nfrwmarlwt, is giving his charges plenty of healthy exercises, but as they wlB not be wanted until .luly they are not so forward In condition as some of the other animals ai "lleadnuirters." Airman, Chatterer, Dornado, Royal Escon. .luggernaut, Biter Bit and the Iwo-year-olds of the royx\ string have been doing nice cantering work lately on tihe eboke Jade," and it will not take .Marsh long to put the final polish on them when they are ruqulred to race. C)nR of the busiest iralners �i Newmarket just now is Jack Joyner, who Is rattling it. P. Whitney's horses along in fine shape. Newcastle IL, his l^incoln Handicap representative. Is looking and shaping very well in �his gallops, and many good Judges are of the opinion that this horse will make a bold bid for victory in the first big Handicap of the aeaBon. Joyner's Derby ohargee, All l>old, and Iron -Mask II are both good-looking colts and thus far are doing well on their work, as also �re his Oaks rillies, Bashti and the- Lady Fcivotea filly. And if even they lall to hold their own in the Kpsotn event they are, with iiealth, cert.ain to win racea during their three-year old careen. wolgast v8. burns San Francisco, MUToh IT.-Matchmaker Milton Clark, of the Metropolitan dub, is planning today tor a match between Champion Ad 'Wolgast and Frankie Burns, of Osklaud. Wol-gast has auno.unced hie wtlUngaefis to meet Burns. no hope for him "There's no use," 'he sadly swid. "I'm a de�d failure In life." "Don't give up. You tried many things, but the trouble la that Toa simply haven't atruck the thing for which yon are fitted.'' "There's nothing tor which I'm lilted. I'm a fiajlure. I tell yo.u. 1 don i believe I could get rich even if 1 started on a chicken f'ann,' ;