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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX YK2 LETHBRIDGE DAILY H E K A L 0 SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1SU lOEHIlEAMIS WALTER JOHNSON IS EASY FOR JACKSON AND HARD FOR v Inverleitb, Edinburgh, March The Eaglisb Kugby Cftccn Scot- lard, Sir siitttn points to Cfffen in a strenuous game today (or the- pos- tession c( the Calcutta cup. A large crowd watched the contest, special carrying large aurnters from the the terraces ol classics Imnleith crowded to tl.eir ca- I (Rir Hugh R. CluKport, ilicb., March 19.-lMroit 'is basfball te.uu In the uiaklce. a ttara lull of "great latent possibili- and today it looks the mostdm- geious team in the American league to thi ot the Athletics. The Detroit team in tho American j league and the Uosjon teatu in the National are much alike lu ci.-i re- sjfct, nnd that is thai ther are at the infre framework of SAFETIES; CRAWFORD MAKES TfcHEE IN ONE GAME Joe Jacison last season bit Walter this list. Sain got two singles and Jo'-mson tor tight safeties, sood tor a double oft Johnson in one aster- 13 bases. By bratins Scotland today the Ftg-' Tr Cobb in 1913 thres bits li-h" f.fieea h3ve practically won the oS Joinsra, jcod tor five bases. oie ou ouuuauu lu ____ In all the other times he faced e Johnson he got a total o( one single. Otters who got three in a game Safernational honors for the stif 1913-14, thus repeat in f, last No other American leader made is I JotnsoE art Jackson and Graiity, oi vear's many hits o5 Johnson last year as I Clevelacd, and Speaker ar-d Lewis, ol I Jacisoa, although Frank Baker's hits'Boston. 1 were looser. Baker has dree singles, 01 all the pinch hitters tbat went to to bat nairst Johnson only Ivro were OTHER OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL RESULTS I two doubles and home runs to to bat nairst Johnson only wrie ihis One o! Baker's home rims alle to hit .him safes'. Olaf FIRST DIVISION' 'Aston Villa 1, Bumier 0. j Blactbura Rovers 3, West Brom- wich Albion 0. I Soutnamptcn 3, Coventry City Reiding 3, Crystal Palace 1. Swicdon Town 5, South End U Cardifi City 0, Brighton and Johnscu. ._ Clark Giiffilh to takt John- L.JJ out ol the hoi for the only time i duricg tli? season. I Four others besides Baker got seven i Johnson is charged' with hits o3 Johnson. These were Tris'210 hits last year. Ol this Speaker and Clyde Enjlc, of Boston; 31 were doubles, 9 triples iston, and j'ari Lelivelt, ot each got tivj singles on allowing The thing that inipre: in watcbius tho Tigers working here at GuUport, is the fact tbat they are lfce lcst team ol youngsters seen. Tlio trailing iselh- ods employed by Jennings are super- ior to those of any other manager 1 swn, not barring thosr ol McOraw. Jennings, to my way ot thinking, is one of the greatest of managers, weak only in that he bas in iho past playeO favorites. He has allowed Cobb to get avay.with a lot ol things tliat he.would not have en- r man, and this greatly. Cobb Come to our Style Show THE new Spring Overcoats ind Suits are on exhibition. We are ready to you the -many delightful tftyles created by the famous Fit-Reform tailors. Stop in see them. Erid'V. 2, Oldham A. 1. Sucderlaad 5, Eveitoa 2. .Tottenham H. 0, Newcastle li. 0. SECOCT DIVISION Barnsley 1, Etockport Coast y 0. Blacipool 0, Bristol Uitr I. Bury 1, Glossop 0. Fulhara 1, Leicester Fosse 3. i HmUeisSeld Town 1, Claptoa Ori-j 0. 1 Hull City 1, Bradford 3. Lincoln City 1, Leeds City 0. Nottingham F. S, Birmingham-1- P'okerbanaplon W. 4, Notts C. 1. TYocrR'icG Arseaal-GrUcsby Town, postponed. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Bristol Rovers 1, Korthamptdn 0. Merthyr lj Slllingbam 0. H'esthaci ij. 1, Xonvich CSty 1. Plymouth Argyll 1, Watfoid 1. Airdrieo.iians 3, St. Miiren 1 Ayr United 0, Rairb Rovers 0. Clyde 3', Queen's Fari 1. Morton 3, Dumbarton 0. Heart 1, Falkirk 0. Rcnttrs 1, Kilraamort 0. Moiherwell 1, Fartick Thistles 0. Cleveland (ound Johnson easier tbari Dud Rva'j. ol Cleveland; Ed. Sweeney oi Xen- lork Jack Mcln- any ciub ia the'leagte. Ther raaneuij :ois and Eddie of hits ofl him: St. Louis fourd him the i land Derrill Tratt, o'. St. Louis, ejch i uost difficult, getting 21- Itere EDMUNDS CLAIMS FEATHERWEIGHT TITLE has five hits to credit. jore the team to'lals lie. eland, 51 Thiee is the greatest numbrr of Bostoa, 41 PWladelphia, as Chl- hits made oH Johssoa in any oce 25; Detroit, 35; N'ew York, The fifth rouci ot the Scottish Cup S3me. Sam Crawford, of" Detroit, is '23; St. Louis, 31. tetwesn Stereson ana Third Lanark resulted in another draw, each side, scoring ose goal. RUGBY j Biaciheath 15, Birkenbead .1. i The winners oi. the Stanley. Cup Richmond 9, Old Leysians 4. Uinco its inception are as lollows: Cardiu 3, N'eivport 0. .United Service U, liosslyn Park S. is34_N'0 match. London. March 'following.. oi Montreal. H. THOMAS MADE rr" PRESIDENT CHICAGO CUBS are the results ot league football games played today on the grounds of the first mentioned clubs Hat Seen Secretary ani Has Four, teen Years Experience in Bate- bill When it comes to newspaper advertisements, as ART CLOTHES can speak for themselves, we invite you to call and see the New Lines for Spring. Prices Ranging From MacLeod Bros. THE GREAT CLOTHIERS OF THE GREAT WEST oi brat Vic- torias ol Montreal. Victorias of Montreal beat Vic- torias of Winnipeg. c! Montreal beat Capitals of Ottawa. match. of JIontreal beat Vio torias oi Winnipeg. i ot .Montreal .beat AVinniceg. i. Montreal beat of Halifax. a) M'innipej beat Shamrocks oi Montreal. or Winnipeg beat Wellingtons ol Tpr6ntoi j Montreal beat Victorias oi Win- nipeg. beat Victorias of Win- nipeg. Ottawa beat Hat Portage. beat Winnipeg liowiag club. Ottawa teat Marlboroughs ol Toronto. Ottawa beat Wanderers oi Mon treal. Ottawa beat Brandon. Ottawa beat Yukon. Ottawa beat Rat Portage. beat Queen's. OUawa b.e-at Sraili's Wanderers beat Ottawa. Wanderers beat New Glasgow beat Wanderers, beat Kriiora. beat Victorias c Ottawa. Wanderers beat Maple Leals. Wanderers beat Toronto. beat Edmonton. Ottawa beat Wanderers. 1910-Olfawa teat- EdmontoB. Wanderers beat Ottawa. Wanderers beat Berlin. 1911-OUawa beat Wanderers. beat Moncton. teat Sydney. beat Victoria. Gblcneo HI., >rarch H. Thomas today vras elected president of the Chicago National league- base- I ball club. C. P. Taft, majority Btoct older of the ciub, was present at the lection, and said he would retain Is stock'- at'; least during time Thomas .would remain resident of Ihe club. Tnomas was secretiryipf the club uricg the Thomas lias been in baseball four een yearr, aud hasjbceb'tilosely as- oclatcd with Charles dur- ng that time. 'i Thomas said he would retain Henry >'Day as rnanaser. Thomas "Is Uilrty-elgbt years old, ha meeting and reorganization o. le cluh followed a Ir- Taft and a represenrative.of the ;onnery-Spiegei syndicate. The syndt cate raised Its offer of; for be controlling interest in the club, >ut ilr. Taft declined it.1 Btiief that bey would have to make, extensive mprovements In tho Cubs' plant Kept ha bidders from another ad- vance-in the price' they offered, hut Mr. Taft said he believed that for Ime tha-grandstand at the West Side part, though somewhat old-fashioned, would do. MCCARTHY wins FROM PRICE AT GREAT FAi-L Great Fa1a, Jlont, JIarcn Tommy Mcfjarthy, hailed as the Mo tana whito hope, knochod .Tacit Prl through Ibe ropes In the fifth roun of tbelr bout here last night, and ceived the decision. In thg tarn round Price -went to the floor for tl count of til. Hofman and Young Suipendcd Tille, Tenn., Starch llle nanebatl club has euspen ed Inficlder Artie and Ou fielder Del Young, wtio cave Joined the Federal Isague. Of Dots Frankie FlemTng and Artie Gets .Very Mad Toronto, Ont., March Toronto Star, says: Artie Edmunds at little toatberreelght and bixer, gels eo mad tbat ho wants to bite every time he hears that Frankie Fleming is claiming the cbamptonEbip oi Ca- nada. "Where did be ever win tho fealh erweigbt says Artie, "I'm tho featherweight champion, and bave- been for years. The first tlrao, F3em inj opened his yap in Toronto 1 cor- nered him in a newspaper office an Xow he is in Montreal shoot Ing off about his alleged title. Now, hare definitely retired and hare gtv en the title to Harry Westerby. I Fleming wants the title, let him mee Westerly." LOOK HERE McKeMe McGuke S.O.E. .FOOTBALL CLUB All members and. supporters of the above club Qre.requeeted to "remember le annual ineelin? to bo held In the nick Print Otflcq on Monday, March I, at 8 p.m. CARPENTIER FIGHT Called Kid In No.Shape To Do Battle Paris, France, March 2CiAKld.Mc Coy, the veteran American ligbt vrweigbt, will not fight Georges Carpenlier in Paris this, monlh. -The bout has been called off.- On the ad vice ol his pbyslclan, McCoy declar ed he be unable1'to fight tho sensational young Frenchman.. McCoy's doctor aflvUed hlni not to take part In any strenuous athlell- exercise, or lake part In anp violen ing bout, as ho would probably ruin health, and oa advlci the former wizard declared he woul< bo unable to fJght, and the bou Thich had caused such commtnt al over Kuropflj nz -well a's in America has been declared off. Joe Jeanstte, the nfegro heavj weight from Hoboken, has been sub and although thc.igreptn have not been signed, ft is reporte ihat the ftght will fairfi place In Pari fop twenty rounds thl month. 23 cents ARROW WILL FJ08 LOSE? One basoball expert han figured bu that If the Federal league goc tbrough the Beaton, U stands to los He-draws some line, are ages on attendance figures and pr< bable etpenaes. Dut this is made I includo the. original Inretlment grounds, etc., for on eight-clu major league JfOO.Mo would look Ilk a. good tnvestment during the fin U. S SOCCER TEAM ABROAD The Olympic Soccer commutes the United Stafas ol Amsrlca. Foo ball association vlll have an Ame ican team take part in tho Olymp gamea at Berlin. It U trootuejl (o hold prelimtnai trial gamca throughout the count! for tho purpose of selecting the vai 6U1? ranillflateR for t; Olympic teanij Quality! Quality! Quality I The Pord- is the oar tho world He who demands a car .of highest merit at lowest cost buyi the sturdy Ford. He knows it's the one cnr a world-wide record for dependahle service. Sir hundred dollars is the price of the Ford runabout; the louring U sis SJly; Oie town car nine o. b. Ford, Ontj-completa with equipment. Get catalog and from VIRTUE BROS. 1232 3rd Avenue LMhbrldge from the best materials- knit to fit the varying types of men, women and children, with scientific accuracy. There is no chance about Penmans Underwear. It must be as near perfection as A. 1. material and human ingenuity can make it, before our trademark goes on. No. 95 natural wool garment is a very style and sure to please. Look for tfa trademark m. red on every garment. ;