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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 THE LETTIRTJTDOE DAILY nERALD Fiirtay, Maicli2l, lOll. American Rugby for Lethbridge Being Advocated Gotch Declares His Willingness to Meet Hackenschmidt MAGRATH FAV SEMI-PRO BAS Wants Either That or Amateur Pushed in South - Would Join League With Other Towns Holds Batting Record the! Mlgrath. March 23.-The baseball f�n� of this town are beginning to be- looGl enthustasts that if a league can ^ be formed, as outlined in the Herald ,tlr them..lves as the season draws | some time ago. they w,li do their best ^ to put a team in the field. i Magrath is unanimously in favor of. najir, Magrath has always been a great batebtfll town and the feelings  re thia year that we should have a team in the field. Last year Magrfcth had a fajrly good team, eapeclally towards the end of the teaeon. Now, the question in Magrath l(, whether or not a good strong team can b� gathered together. Mostj inthodk i: ami:kk'a\ Efforts are being put forth to organize an American Rugby clul) in Lethbridge. There are a sufficient number of Dlayers. who are well acquainted with the game and anNious to see an organization brought about. Here are some nnmes of players which have been handed in for publication, who would make some team if they can be induced to pla/: Wm. McNiohols. left end: T. S. Lauier. Jr.. left tackle: Ed. Cave, left guard; Robert McGleun, centre; J. C. Richedson, right goal; J. B. Moore, right tackle: E. B. McKenzfe. right end; E. J. McKenzie. quartor back: P. M. Grey, right half back: R. W. Pago, left half back: u. VV. Cecil, full back. . M. G, Sand. Manager. Anyone wishing to make further comment on the game and its prospects in Lethbridge have the freedom of this column.  IDIIN 1)1 HI '.' a South Alberta League, either ama-; teur or semi-professional. Perhaps thel ri.x... hii'or lor .M.mlic;.! liascb.til ' UMii: M.' h.'liis the icc.imI (or i.-i>nsi'Ciit!Vo hits, gcttinii l:i hits Dill i.i 1-i firns at tlif latter will be more satisfactory to the promoters here. What is wanted now is a declaration of sentiment from the other towns EDMONTON LEAD [along the line, and then when that is; [secured a definite Dian can be form ; TAnni TDC of the players of last season's team! ^I^t^jj^ B^,t we want baseball. ,nnd' lUl 1 LijilD 'classy baseball at that, so let's get busy.-F. C. S. are scattered throughout the country but your correspondent is informed by CYCLONE TUOMPSOX* HAS BETURNED AND NOW CLAIMS ^ MIDDLEWEIGHT HONORS  QUESTION OF DISTRICT BASEBALL LEAGUE (.)ne of the ipios-lion.s !o be broughi up lo-iii'-chl ;it the City Baseball Leas'ie meelllii: �Til be ihc  Provincial Bowling sociation Formed Barons Making Good As- Giants'Swampefl Them Another Close One C;.i!\eston-. Texas. .M.'rch 23.-The | iro,U:=tou. Tt x Maroli J:"!.---Th-(liants su,imped (in! >  .-� un t.i(l'i\ by j third-Xevv York p-, of i he Xatiniiiil .\e\v Vorli, Mareli 2.S -Mis.s Marie \Va';iier, ni Ihr l-lamiltoii -flniiipe IS THE, PITCHING OF THE SPIT^ BALL FOR ED-,WALSH J atlWalsh, vh\. ,i4.iHUf rhleago WIiU#' Sox (li" her. \r\B rtio lollnniiig Ui say") l-nciiK^ej-iiini; ihe spil nail \ �I' ��WRh.:ihe. SesiMiiMiK hUs. wniie =even ! quard hehling !iis olipom r.'.s in llie hoi-j ,( ,;_.|^ 7_n, |i_ l.aun Tciuiis I'luh, came hack inlo.j, j^. ,|,(, easiesi ol' all the styles I the |iosiliiin .'-he'lost, last the posi-^ havo. ('lark'*�r(tfith. now iiianaKer oi;. _ 1 the rineinnatl team, told me five years ago that 1 wa.s floiie foj-. as a' pilchcr on arcount of that particular lien she lost last year as the chani pinn ilidooi- v-ii!,a", teems plaver of �ere all I'lat Dniclte and | hnv of his hand, lie allowed tu-o| ^ i-,t,.,,sl iia: ,,^.p,. Rudnli.h .Melded. The Cianis pla>ed:hits and only ::.i battels la.-ed ''i'" I,,,.., ,, ,u,v hetweci. an errorless game. Fulleiton, of ihe i New Vork played siieeiaeular hall in j ... 1','an.s nl-,yed an errorless g.ime. Ft.l-I the rield. i some fme (daCing, and ,, a,,al e�mes. WeH, sometimes the errors were few -and far belwecn ' nine o'.it of ten balls T- tijrow are of delivery. Well, 1 have, .nsofl. it thirf spriuB and it works 'Jiist as good as The meetini-' will be called !o order at '^.l-"' in the Y. .M. f. .\. readine room. Chicago. .March 2u.-Claiming the Tniddleweight champloniship. "Cyclone Johnny Thompson arrived iu Chicago  advisablliiy of tu.Mni; steps to today. TheSyeamoreboy isoiii to he.ii  promote a disiri.-t league. �II aspirants at 158 pounds, and is in good condition all the way round. He weighs Hi4 pounds now. hut su>lie,^^^^^^^^^^.^^^ can easily make I .'.S. i,___ Thompson is strong in his praise for ! '^f()J{ \ \ W\ Ij| ^ Fapke He sa.�.-^ it is .i misl:iken iin- ' pression thai I' is 'all in." \W ME 1-71' WOLCi.VSl' savs that the llhrois iv.iindi-rboli is .i , . , , , hard man lo beat, and '-hat he is in ;i ,., , , , ,,. ,. , , , . inoi'T .lames W . l;i-ii',!. ui bin eond lion now to put up the fcht oi ,. , , , , , ,,. , ' 1-rancisco. luis in:iirl.ed .-\d \', i,least 'to nn-et tlweii '.loraii in a hatrle I'or ! Thompson h,is no plans for the im- the world's li.uht w t c!.a!nii:ti::siiip. i mediate fimire. but nill siaj around 3> i-cr. ro;w;:.'.s. ii! for some time .-ind probabl;. do a lifii- San I'mtr iscn. .hily 1. I'or tins inasn work next week. W' is to receive 5i2.-""ii. Hugo Kelly announces his niiUiiB-Bess lo fight Thompson ;n i-"^ ptmnds, 1 That is Kelly's fighiiuii �^e;i:h!. and' now that Thompson aniiouiiccs \ \t.i: he will work with any of tin- ho.-.s in t),.:i  class, Kelly Is aftef a niai.-h. !Ih  thinks that a boui between liimself .nd  the Hyoamore si rapiier would, be a ^ drawInK card any K^\\\ \>jil  fight Billy McKenncui on %'a,'> Frank Klaus there 'v 'lie enrij ii.ii-t  of .-\prfl he expects to fith' in t'nilj.-iel V phla. but 'lis opponent his no' >et  �been made known On .-\pril 24 he will  KO on fo'- 2 ro "1 ' i w.ti. lji, luii..ii , .Mciliciiu- l*.ir=: -lic-l 'c.nn Is eti!'. in I'lurth [il.icp -o far'.'.irt dram Kxchaiicc tc.iin r..;N Frill,!> r,!i;ht \n the linal .it-titepi 1.. !h-;M l-','l!ni':.',i'ti mil lot: the Tiic!-,!-'! tri.;-!:\ I'i.c li,.ri';is, i-i Lc'Mirulii' rire lu.trh in liie di-alilcs u ilh lu'iN. ' \ii .M'lel'li !low',:;ii \-isooiation .irLi,un/ed with ulilreis: 'Fresi-ilc'il, V. \. ,'-^cr.!se, i-!'lin'in1ii;i : vice p'-i'siilcnl,. I H Ounii, Caltrary ; sec-r-. -: -C.I, rer, !' 1! n.!l:cci.-. "lid 1-'. v.. Si-:h"i,i-i;:. l-Mii;..!;;.!;. .jiui ,1.;- Miteii-ei;. 1 .1! til rv . 1 (-.;; vt il ill i- ;; e ;ii on m-cial i-\eciii|Ve i ,c: � ; � li-.e i;e;s the next pmvin.ial tieiri,,iriirlll , !!:e lia'e 111 he ileculcfl 1.11 er In I he i-vecii' i\c -� . . . . � � The i.clliliinlirc lirulcr-^ arc ,tw,iv di.wii m the liicihles in ihe howliiii: touriiatienl The .cures : l.cliiiinilsie- .Maciii.ii.ilii Ih-Uin ........ "Few outside of the aJlaVer^ on the jwiiniri; players Kolh players showed ^,1^^^. [ ,],. lerton. ot llie C.iants. was the hero of j the d;iy. with ftnir Idts and four runs j out of live times ai bal to his credit. Boston Defeated i .San Francisco. March 2;!.-The local! j \ ei s won from th lliiw ch'sclv Ihe contest was waited that style of delivery. .'\t 1 louston the Hnsion AmcH . "'�'v lie indu:ed from the fact tirat on-, o'ther ilay. after the {irst iin""K. r cans ,.dav by hard hittlSTrtlu'ls. ' U' seven points more ^.er. -''^�jl^^l;:,'^-^-"^ ' Yanks Slow Runners : two inniims, Scoie: San Francis-o. I Uie winner I han t he lo.sef. In the hrsl 01'P'^"p"^^ Miss VV,iiu:.niir, had only 1 "They say that. tno..ball cant be controlled. There Is where ihey are Athens. Ca.. .Marcli 2.",,-.lames two innings, Scoie: in; Boston 1. Errors-Boston, 2; Ual-lliist luo sets Vairchau. Fail tJardm r, Charles Hemp- leries -Brow Siiiici- and dthmiil': ; ,,iii hill and ll.iiry Woltii-, cimprisin;: t'.e I'ape. ll'Hrieii and, i;,- n.-.r ;4il.ird of the Yankee squad, ar- - rived here this moiiiinii from Hot: Siirir.t,-. H.ii Criase no-.\ has ;I2 rlt:yers in Catuji. ' ', wintiing point more than lier rlv- St. Louis Ran Away Kansas City.. .Mo, .March 2;: -The j^t. l,oii:s .\ii,tiouals won their seejiid ,i;ime lure ri-iit:i the Kan,.;as Ciiv ,,\'ii-e-;caa '�.s-'iciaiion t(-.,t!i t|-,:s .-'core IT 'o ' l^iii her PnH,,,, iiliiiw'',! K iiisas Citv uniy two hiis ;ii �he tirs; ii\.- innings, lunl lioiden i u o ill I'le last I'eiir iiuiinus. Koney and Kvans. of St, l.ouis, hit home runs. wrong. 1 use it time iifd a,^aln on the third tttrike with men on bases. 11 is ju^t ..fts ,e,asjr ;Mi. handle as ihp Qverhahtl trop," for instance, which, la one of tli6. hardest, on the pitchers that I know of. Now. Mordeeiii Urowa-h^s been an ariisi wiih that, bin i I think right now thtir he w�) u, n'biii. as 1 found mit afterward, he had .Jacksnnvihe, r hi,. i\Jaie^.i ^,t.-nob , .-;-,. ,, , , , ,. Bunnan failed in an efforr lo break '^-^ ''""�s, tiZ'lu the one-mile sn aiphtaway record of i ��'nued any man s lu-m. Hercu.iedt ..,.,,-Mh.rn,'ih Fjli 177- 147 i.l-Ifdl cletiu-iimciu of llie Chii-.ii^o .\meric:iiis auainsi Fort Wurih today, ihe \i&i'ors winniti,L: 'o i i i. i'ort Worlli used thiee pitchers, lull were unable lo sto|i the let ril ii hit ting. celled wiihiii ihese shores during the last (l";ner not a home ihe ii lin al.h- dr-^ida run. a nipie ;!i,.| a siiii^le. The score: Fi.'.ni: licl loo inim.', Uegill irs. il; 'iciiiniKans, 2. Hits- , liini. ii.i. ili ! Ue-iilars. I^: 'l':!!.nivalis, i;, Biiite:-les ."^'au-l, I'fiticr. i.ierield iiiid C,h Com nniiiij. Camniiz, S.iiiiili and i ,-^iliioIl bur W.-ils surprised even his Dios' en-j ,, havo Clu: ields record siinifihcd, i hti.-i.isiic friends iiy Hie niiinner in ; Hurneiii's Inhirc- lo pcrioriii the ^hich he i;iiK|ed the bir.u,.-: |u ujiosi-' i,_,i. . ,. . , n'ore or less liis'ziKii- tion wh;c|i cotifronl/nl liim, it-,,.- i,, ih, m .ui;. i. rs '.vi,,-! f;!:ii-ine t, .'lid ih.i! 1 ri:iii.i.\ ii t litne � i- t|-:,i .late i,,-ys .Merer Whih' i oiiiir;.i iilal iiif, yi-'fi! I'liiy maei it iccnt vi-i-:i ;-. oi; slow White Sox Close ,Niisi 11, Te>::',-, M:ir'-,h 2:!,-- On a sva-. Sul-;-'i-,cn a chance Hvan's opinion of it. Thec< �i t-. i .vo ��< ii\'.er 111-, mark -.:.; h is going to'strikes on Lajoie wiieii Sulliiaii s'g-:--ke some i;reat driving lo do Cikieg a s|iil ball, li was, 1 iihi.^'s perioi-mance inio consiih,,.. .,,,,1 | nodded my head, ihoii ,-ome-'i'*ii thina made me ihunge iiiy niinil, 1 -----------......------,. 'crossed' Sully, one of the few times WINNIPEG GETS PLAYERS I Inive ever ilone it, and shot iho hall 'siraight oviu- Ihe plate w.iisi high La-.\ii:,-iirn. .\, V,, .Mnrcb 2::, Decisions jolc died at the plale, bin should I iiiie iiinc(,'d today li.\- the miiional lio:! rd ' ai^^aiii mf-et the same emei-genc.\ I 111 ;ifiitr:ii '.e n'' i Ir- Xinloniil .\"soii,i juoiild n.�e ihe s|dt hall, I rel�  ;,-ioi!aI haselia;! |i-;ig.iej ; "I have had sore arms, all right, iiiehule ihc an:' -dine of ,1, (.' (liien ,-ind � but ihe only Hnie 1 ever hurt m.i arm s u !,',-li s,iiil to h,.\e traveled'M' miles per ,ijiir DM I- tl:',- sa,i(;j at ():;ieiid hisi \<',;r \^�o;;ld I I', hi :i' (Ihifi ' : i(--ii! ill i\'i-. � nr.;!) M s I' � \'. ill he Hard Tussle .San .\niatiio. I'l-xas. .\l:iiih 2:',,--The Bronchos ^ine th.e Ci.tnts a h:.ird h.isc-hiill battle heie loda.\-. the linal score I iieiiig 2 1" ! ill fa\or of .\'ew York, j 'Inly the gm <\ eiiibing of "Bii^s " Kay- ' tri.itlll kell llie iiic.-|; fKim cii'inllllg ill If.'- ~'- V eiii h ,111(1 I.ill I 11. as I 'lad a iiiniKi- on ihiid in cn-h of ilie-e m-niiit:,s, with onF one ouc Tie' giitne nas not marke'l l'.\ .in.\ liiu.! hits, for llie rain of yestei'ln. Irul soaked tie-tiro'itids alid lIu' iiiiiehl was C'Vered with two inches of mud. He f'leg'l liUe a irojlll lill":!',-' ;!ie niii'-i-'criih i-ouuii ni-'il Hu Boinieifd jet- tini'-d him well wiih a riuin up-pirc'i and iieiiil' knoi keil liim (-!'i:ii-oM"- the topes Wells dill ' xacilv tiii-srme thiuii oi the last rouiifl. hut I'.is :,ppoi'eni was siill iili al the finish. I'oi-idiiirg 1 i i - Mil i pitching was (in a fast straight one." Ion!" to lose iifi"r making a g.ilhini isii ii'.,le, which won liim a host of frl' SSSZSS31 I YOUR HEALTH^ It beats anything you've ever tried Price 10c. Try one to-day Hits Galore Fl, Worth. Texas. .M:irch 2o, -T'lie While Sox second leiim ga�e I lu' l''l, Worth pla.M'i's lih-ni.v of exercise this alternoon when Ihey raiiped out 2 1 saftli's and won the giiine by the score id' III to I, In ihe nliiih inning Ft. Worth's only real chance lo score was killed by a ilaiilo; o.ilcb ill ilglil by iJiiiiK.-r. LACROSSE LEAGUE FORMED IN CALGARY (algai.i. ,Mai--h 22,- -A Calsary la-ciossi leagiic wilh five teams, was foi-'iied last iilglii. St, .VUirya. ('.'en-ii-iils. C, ,\.. and Western Can- ada College, and .limmie tjewell's team, are the organizations. Pitcher Cy Young h;is come oul with the sialemeni tbnt this is nls last year in baseball, and he eeri ilnly 'a entitled to a rest. If one-fourMi of Ihe heavers In ihe cu,uiilry could be one-half as good as Cy has hecii for tliree-l'oiirlhs of the time, oaseball would be a better sport. Year In ,,iid ye;ir out, he has alway* Siv'un uen-w hU Uic ioud� WILL BE ALL THE BETTER FOR A GLASS OF T EOYAL LSCOTCH WHIBKY ASK FOR IT AT THE BAR-KEEP IT IN YOUR HOME 111 .llilill-llllll emu 4 96 ;