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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald, MoiMlay, May 2,1910. BILL PAPKE AND THOMAS MATCHED San fYanclsco, April ;{0.-Articles were signed toUay for a twenty-flve round fight between Billy Papke and Joe Tliomas of San Kranclsco, In Coll-rotli's arena In San Mateo county on Saturday, May Htli. More sold than a.11 other brands combined I WESTON NEAR END I OF HIS LONG TRAMP. I Flshkllyl, N. v., April .m-'Klalng , at A:M) this morning, Edward Payson � v.eston continued his transcontlnen-! tal tramp at 5 o'clocli from Wappin-I gers Falls, where he spent the night. ; He covered the five miles between Ills last resting place and FlsliklU in a little over an hour. lie did not stop 'here, bu't paS'sed throug'h with a swing Ing pace along the old post road behind the mountain. .-Vt �i o'clock this morning he was Just 60 miles from his ultimate goal, 'the New York City Hall. A STAR ACTRESS JACK JOHNSON 00E8 TO TRAINING QUARTERS Won't Admit That Sam Langford In His Class. San Francisco, April 30.-Jack Johnson, the negro heavy weight champion arrived here last night from J^os Angeles, accompanied by bis manager and trainers. 'j ne party came several hours ahead i of the time scheduled Wr Us arrival and only a small portion of the local colored, population was. on Jiand to welcomie the big pugilist. Johneoo was met at the depot by Gleason and Rickard, the two promoters of the com Ing heavy' weight contest, who accompanied the negro to Seal Roicks, where Johnson will go 1111:0 training. Speaking of Sam Langford, he said that liangford had proved himself clearly 8iif)eilor to lighter weight opponents, v but he would not admit Jiis pi-etelisiona to Jieavy weigln honors. COMIXC; SOOX-TEXA KIVERS. ROXY WALTERS IS WELL SATISFIED HE HAS A WINNING COMBINATION. Heglna, April 30.-Ito.xy Walters Is more than pleased with the material gathered together at Lacrosse, Wis., according to a letter pust received and he intimates tlAat Regina will have a winner right from tlie start. He says the weather Is grand now, and with hard work morning and afternoon, the men are rapidly rounding into shape. ,\Vhat particularly pleases the manager iB the way the J^oys are hitting that old ball-It looks like Walters' Wallopers all right. lson, but says -Mc-Nutt has the head and it looks like .Mac for tile regular receiving job. AMERICAN At St. Louis- K H E St. Louis ......000,100,000-1 8 1 Cleveland .....100,t)00.10(Hfright field;/Chiofc, centre; Brogaa left. ' Macleod semi-pros, came in this morhing for a practice game which is called or 3;45. The ball club has been very successful in their canvas for store-closing on Wednesday afternoon for the afternoon game and all tbe merchants have agreed to close with hardly an exception. The opening day promises to be as big an affair as last year under those condftlons. The game will be commenced at 3' o'clock. Admission for the opening match, 50 cents, grandstand 25 cents. The following games' entrance fee, 25 cents each,for gate and grand .stand. BURNS AND LANGFORD TO HGHT IN SEPTEMBER Philadelphia, April,..29.-Sam Langford and Tommy Burns will meet In a forty-nve round fight before the Metropolitan A. C, San Francisco, on Sept. 5th. Langfofd's manager posted 15,000 here today to assure the colored man's appearance. The men will flght for a >20,000 vurrr. THE HAT TO CELEBRATE ON 24TH Medicine Hat, April 30.^Mediclne Hat is planning a big day of sports for Victoria Day under the auspices of the lire brigade. A very enthusiastic meeting was beld at which a number of prominent business men were present and all declared in fa-for of making this � most complete and successful celebration. The pro-pram is to include sports of every description with a lacrosse match probably between the local team and Calgary or Kegina. Buffalo .......203,010,000-(I !� i^rovidoncp ____020,tm,00x-7 11 Bureheil, Spcer, Kissinger and Woods; Files, Duffy and FUzgerald, Umpii'es Byron and .Milligan. .\- Providence-Second game- BuiTalo ____000,000,000,002-2 l.i 0 Providence .1)00,000,000,000-0 r, I ,'l'aylor and -McAllister; Stet-le and Fitzgerald. PACIFIC COAST At Los Angeles-11 inning.s- Sacramento ...............3 \) Los Angeles ...............1 4 N'ouris and Laionge; Delhi Hendroff. At San Francisco- Vernon ...................5 Oakland ..................2 Schaefer and Hogan; Tonneson and -Metze. NORTHWESTERN At Seattle- . v R Tucoma............. .f., .li 1 1 and 7 1 5 2 Seattle ....................3 At Spokane- Vancouver .............3 Spokane...................0 H 15 10 Pinchcr Creuk, -Vpril 3.-The Mac-Icon lacrosse team has invited a team from this lown to I'lay a match at Macleod on Empire Day. There are quite 1 number of lacrosse players here but at present Ihry arc not in ! an organized form, li they intend to j get down to hii.sincss this seasoI^ it * j is up to them to Rct a moveon right iaway. Wore (hey tii organize wc have I no hesitation in saying they would give a good account of tlicmselvcs dur ing the summer. At the meeting licld in the council chaiiihtM- Friday evening last for the purpose of organizing a tennis club, Ihc hall was crowded with ladies and gentlemen. A great deal of interest was manifested at the object of the meeting, and the presence o( the ladies appeared to add zest to the proceedings. A. C. Kemmis was elected president; Mrs. Belcher, Vce-President; and Thos. Williani.son, Secretary-Trea surer. The committee consists of Mr.s. Dtccle, Mrs. L. H. Hunter. Mrs. T. Moore, D. Thomp.son, and IT. Cam eron. It was decided to get the tennis groundti east of town prepared right away,/and everyohing looks bright for a plca^irable season at this exciting game ih Plncbe; Cte�k, 'rbiB s^son fees dedded upon � fS^Od f0i jf�btl�-raen an4 $2.00 (or Udies. Frock Coat correctness clearly defined in Fashion-Craft. Standing without a rival, superior in fit, workmanship and style to a 1. Price range varies according to material. TKe Shop McKELVIE & McGUIRE Local Agents UPTON'S POOL ROOM : X BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA X BARBER SHOP : CIGARS : LUNCH.COUNTER Basement of the Oliver BlocH H TENNIS is with us once again. It's welcome and so are the players. I'o en]oy tennis, though, GET OUR TENNIS OUTFITS They are superior in many points but no. dearer in price. O.ur stock of outdoor sporting goods is now ready for your inspection and purchase. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Gp. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND St , ANOTHER BASEBALL FATALITY. New York, N. Y., April 29.7-Ftaiik Breitwesier, 18 years old, waa sli^t Instantly killed, by a batted ball tn^ Central Park. The boy was on aec-ond base, wail'j�it agreed to a trial offered bjr tbe^CUokgO Nationals, .says baseball:"coldblooded iiioney-nuiktagiliaaiaraB nowadays, iiiid that no element of spoil lies ill Die game of;to^y." For that 'TfMMWBai'lie-.WJi'l forbid his sou to cater'tHe' profllislonai noiri. GAVE CNQLItH POLO ' PLAYERS A GOOD TIME liondpa, April ;jo.-U'aiter s. Hucic-nwoter,, the polo n\j-crt, in an iDtei'-riew,to-4ay, spoke in eutiiusiastic term* of the Urifisli team's recent Visit to the United States. "The American polo players gave iis the- beat time in our lives," said .Mr. Buckmastor. "We won most of our games, but tills mu.ft not be taken as a criterion of what will happen In tlie cup contests, wliich wii be payed un-del- United iStates rules. These are to the advantage of the .�Vmerlcan team. 4 ..-4-"^;^ *- ;