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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY. MARCH 18, 1914 Overtime is Required to Decide Second Game of Stanley Cup Series Twenly-round Mill at Los An- geies Yesterday Went the Limit Toronto, Oat.. March To- Toatoi, cbampons of tte X.H-V, and Victoria, holders of tbe Pacific foast league title, played their tec- oad Stanley Cop game it tbe Arena In Toronto tonight The locals ag- ain demonstrated their superiority over the western risitors, tut It re- quired fifteen minutes of overtime Flay-to 60 the trlct The score Vas 6 to .5. Tbe gams TTSS played under Pacific rules. Lacks Ctats Victoria did not produce the grenfl coEnblDaUcia plays which, It 'was ?aid, they wodd demonstrate under their Ther made cany Basses, but they vere for tbe most part from one side of the rink. There vno none of play as seen la tba O.ILA. ID the last per- iod took a lining to the nites, aad made Eome nice Tyiib two mea generally waitinp to- take tie pass on tbe line. Tbej- dull not, however, haTe tbe fasc saappyl passes of tha visitors, who showed t that they hare perfected tbe play. Not There With the Punch The visitors arala lacked tbe punch to ..get goals, even though they did i five. of- their {allies were set-red when Torontos vrere short aj playtr, "while ihe locals notched rcajorlty'of iheirs while team teas in position. The last per- iod Victorias had taaoy good chances, with only a man to FUSE, tat preferr- ed to from-outs id e the defence. Dundcrdale was the Torst offender In HolmEa, who Is general- ly TTpalr on long shooting, was not caught napping tonight, "Minnie" scored the ning eoal after fifteen minutes of extra play. and Me- Gtffin ruihed; tbe former shot; Lindsay made the atop, and In front, 'but McGIffeo, by faet following In, lodged the puck in tte corner o! the net. Patrick and Genge "were again tie Etronshold oE the Victoria team. The line-up was as follows: Phis.dcTphTa, Pa., March Jay Gould, American ind British ama- teur champion Tn .court tennis, wen the championihTp of the world torfay from George E. Covey, of Englanrf, the profes- sional title-hold 5 r. The Ameri- can champion, In one of the est exhibitions of the game ever seen here, carried off the title, 7 sets to 1, The scores of the match were: 6-0, 6-1, 5-3, 5-3, 6-3, >Ef 6-1. Los Aajeles, Cal., 'March Iff OK LACROSSE FOR ANNUAL GAMES BETWEEN ENGLAND AND CANADA AUSTRALIA AND STATES MAY COME IN Toronto, Ont. March The vis It of Con Jones, the Western lacrosse promoter, to Ottawa, may result In in annual game between Canada and England t for the amateur lacrosse championship of the world. Mr. Jones had an Interview TUb >Jr. Arthur Sladen, C.M.G., secretary to H.RJ1. the Dulta of Connaujht, bis Hoyal Highness wilt present a cup for competition between England and Welsh, lightweight champion of Ecg- [and, won a decision over Joe Rivers of Los Angeles, at tbe Yernon arena, u fj alt.rc.tely In today, alter twenty rounds of f.Bbt-1 1U] h [flm iag. Welsh lad a lead on point, all, s.Jmmer ,0 f tbe way. He kept Rivers in the glare, ,Se (irn fw (be ECW of On sun and worried him bis ,n and an tMm quick rnncbes and llvelj footwork. for -ti fn the-fourth rounJ the lelerse 5Bmner_ (hat tioned Rivers bsa inst uses bis elbow [ralia be ond the oa boar In a cllncn. In Ida VMei may la to com- tbirteentb rounO, Rivers forced Welsh to ,or tbrougb the ropes, but failed to land. ,3 rti( ,-._. Comp5. any damaslng Mows for tbe new tropby will talw Welsh 13 now m line for fisht at Toronto 5ura ,nd with Willie Hltcble-, the champion, h teanl wm DQ HOPPE AIMQ SUTTON TO PLAY FOR 18.1 CHAMPIONSHIP Chicago Cue Expert Defeated Lad When Last They Met for One Shot In Title In 1912 Chicago. III., March the veteran, .accom- panied Calvin Bemarest, la going by easy stages to New York, where. from amateur players from coast to coast. "Some time ago I lost my appetite. Some one gave me WRIGLEYS. SPEARMINT I've been hungry at meals ever since. I'd give a lot rather than be without it, With all its benefits, its cost ridiculously low." The best way to get an appetite is Wrigley's It purifies breath- improves teeth and digestion besides. LAUNCH DEFIANCE EARLY IN SPRING First C'jp Dif-ndtr Will Be Placed in Water In May Bnh, Me., March raetag sloop Defiance, a candidate for trie defence the America's Cap, "wiil be. launched on ilay il., according to O. __ .i-ijui muin-ucu uii iu f PWlafclpMa, Pa, March IS.-When JnFrldar night be will meet William M Qf .he court tennis match for the open. F- HoM2 ln a Dalch lha director of tha Tri Cilr- i Aimpionship of the world was re-: IS.l billiard ciamplocship of tho Is BurIalB5 boal TMa' Uie definitely announced mmed today at tbe Philadelphia Rac-1 worla. [net club, Jay Gould, tie American I Alinough the' big Chicego eiperf fOT u. ,rj ind Bdtlsh arasteur ctampion, had to: to overthrow Hoppe o[ Jachts hat three more of tbe sets from! at 'S-2 in several vears, be did ac- George F. Covey, tbe world's proles-' compllsb the teat when toy last met: A frora tlla BMton champion to capture the title.! ?.n. Yacht cluh, of -which- the idesigner, 3 Owen !EJ will at- tho ceremony, special I train wlH bring the- Eradicate, raem. "S Pwm! ilers-ana ;v and E.-.-WalteT The Erticles of the match provide that tbb inning the lirst sev.j niag, "500 to 374, v teta takes tbe championship. Gonld won the first four sets on Monday in such hollow fashion that an. average of Few people who saw few followers of the fame believe that that ce to Covey can overcome Gould's leal fj" f !0 ID, even allowing for tbe fact that of -Pbiladelphla, treasurer oi the eyndlcate, who. were: here" tod By, The -American champion was at tbe 1 "e" "wt were pleased with tbe progress made, top of his frame on Monday. contest la to ba at IS.l Just at pre- Thay 6ala the far TOile the match is attracting at-1 lo, along that she wonW be ready for the tentlon on both sides of the Atlantic.: Mt been aJM I. another. I? 1S-1 title since he won It! Victoria Position Lindsay......Goal Genge........Point Toronto Holmes Marshall JlcXamara Cameron jble to watch. the players, seats be- lug provided for only 152 spectators. Gould won tha first set played day, 6 to 2, making the match staud Gould, 5 sets; Covey, none. from O. C. MorningBtar, SOD to 211, at: I.APORTE SIGNS WITH FEDS. Hittiburg, on March 19, 1513. Lead In His Shoea The: TJ- Cobb has a new one. Ho puts seventh game in the first set today ijad )n tne Eoie3 o( Bloes dllring Sends Contract lo Indianapolis Team Although the Kan. sas City ..nine Be sure it's clean, pure, healthful Wrigley's Look for the spear BUY IT BY THE BOX of twenty It costs Icsi of any tUys tuUl Chew it sifter every meal Made in Canada Writ ley Jr. IW. 7 Scott St., Toronto, Oai. I.." Patrick Cover Poulin......Rover Danderdalo Centre......Foyston Smalll......Right......Wilson Kerr........Lea.......Walker Ulrlcb, -McGlffea find Corteau. tbe longest of the match thus He, training season, and when the Indianapolis, led., March far was won ty the American. playing season starts Jits ether shoes Frank LaPWte, infielder and utility Gould won tbe second Eel, S to 3. i fee! light es a feather. man wltn tfle Washington American league team last season, has signed ah Indianapolis Federal league con-1 tract. James A. Ross, secretary of! the local Federals, stated tonigbt that he bad. been In communication over tbe long-distance telephone trlth La-. Klppert Is one of those porte, who bis. signed contract unmnKetl raen, playing for was ln the mails. The Kansas City PLAYED BALL IN LETHBRIDGE The Whisky CUARANTEED BY THE covuwirafr rf CANADA Demana the Birandl Ed. Klppert IB In the show. The old time baseball fans of Letbbiidge, who eaw the first professional bace- ball leagtie In western Canada, when this city was a member of the league with Calgary, Edmonton and Medi- cine Hat, will remember Kippert well ecougb. He played on the 'Lelhbrldge team. Now he Is getting a fry-out with Cincinnati, and from the re- ports coming this way, he'll make the grads with the Reds. Here Is what W. A. Pheian, the noted writer has to say oi him: (By W. A. Ptieun) Alexandria, March body who adiaircs an earnest plug- SONS OF ENGLAND F.C. The annual meeting of. the Soni of England Football club will b> held on'Monday evening, March at 8 o'clock in the Quick Print office. All and club supporters are re- queited to be In attendance, at the formation of plans and the election of ofilctri for 1914 will take place. many years, but never getting la the Association club has claimed sunlight till today. He has had the on the ground that ho bad verbally skill, the strength, the speEJ, but he agreed lo the Kansas City club's has wasted !t In the far corners-in ltrnls. Loporte denied that "he bail. ono league with a single team. Now ______________ bla chance his come, and if hard' TOLEDO IS WIPED huetling, set teeth and stern pur-1 pose are. to win, this Klpsert win WI11V06V. oli. make gooa. Tbo romance of base-1 option of a 19H playing schedule and 'all? I contummatlon of the transfer of the Klppert, who Is probahly the lead-; Toledo club to Cleveland, was tho Ing candidate for eilra fielder, Is no business of iraportanbo which OFF BASEBALL HAP Chicago. 111.. March ad- child, he sa ger, a fellow who has had to fight an six long years I've been In that North- uphill road, and has never had a fair chance In life, rnuat be strong for Ed. Kippert, the elurdy1 German, "who Is striving manfully to land a Job on the I, and frankly admits It, though confronted tht owners and ays nothing as to blj actual age.1 Of the American "To tell the says Klppert, "1 they met here today. The season's fchedule practically completed at a previous meeting. SCOTTISH OUP DRAW Glasgow, March official draw for the leml-iinals of !hs Scot- tish Cup, to be p'ayed next Saturday, March'21, on neutral ground, is as follows: Hibernians vi. SI. Mlrren. Third Lanark or Stetenson United vs. Celtic. In a postponed league fixture to- day Clyde, at home! were defeated by Ayr United by the odd goal in three. have never bad a chance and for western league, hoping and hoping In vain. 1'vo hit well, flt'dei well, av. eraged over forty stolen bases a rea- CANADIAN LEAGUE HAS TWO NEW TEAMS The Canadian league, tills year con slits of Brantford, Erie, Hamilton London, Ottawa, Pcterboro, Thorn as and Toronto. Erie and Toronto bavo taken the places of Guelph anc Get tht Hook- Joe Tlnlter, addressing his Feds.: Cincinnati club. There has been no I No son, but they alway. pascBd me by ,Atove wa w tellove me, I'm going to fight lh, PLUG TOBA ff SELKIRK CHALLENGES FOR ALLAN CUP Selkirt, Man., March President Roberts, ol tha Sel-