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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBftlDGE DAILY HB RALD SATURDAY, MAY 2, 19U Manv Track and Field Cranbrook Won Lacrosse Match BOXING BOUT A DRAW "Seraie, 3Iay Ideal weather and Alia Ma) J -With tho score vwo to nothing against them the Scotchmen of Macleod plucked up courage in the Hist half of an excit- ing football straggle, here last night and by sheer perseverance. sviccecded heiorv the blovuni, 01 the final sSu, tlo in pulling out a tie with the bug Itsh stalwarts of this Pronii the firsv kick-off it eufleut that the sons ol the neither as good at'the old game as were of ihi. ro c uut for reason oilier the) were unable to nets The Englishmen notching two goals .before their op- ponents struck their gait but in the jmmens- crowds combined to maU last half the latter after repeated the ilaj Day sports a great success I bombardments located the nets nnd nosed out a draw. About a hundred ne i lollowing are the names ol th it was the general opinion of all that Race, Under Mo- none better has ever been played on JtougaU, first R second Sunder' John Gibson, first ViArchie Dunlop, second. 'Girls' Race, :Undcr Ra Suple, first il OrilT second .Members of Distnct IS over lorh flve W Kara, first J AVa' "w'iri, second Hundred1 Tards Race John BSlliag, first, A. Mouste, second. Harried Ladies' Hous 3to5, first Mrs Bella, second ;SUJe Foot Kara George Young, first George second t -J Stephens, tuim _ Single Ladies Margie 'Mit first, Al Kennedv, second, Nat Evans, first 7 R vSIeDonald, second. Ebng J Siilling, 20 if i inches, first Isat Fvaiis, second "-Hoi.se B. D. Sherry's horsfe. Tommy, first TV. J. Houston's horse Goal SCOTLXND Full Backs QraiTi- i Failor Ponr J "Mmton's pons Jen first McQovern s Joe) second The fitteen round botuig contest be tween Sai'or Jones and Joe bvanm fo'ir the middleweight championship of bald ir nnk, re suited in a draw Tjvsnni fUomg the throughout- the futecn rounds A rery good prg- limmarj- was pulled off between BJVIS of Coal CreeS and Ronald Blatdonald of Ternie the latter nin mng on points he first lacrosse match of the season in this district was plaved at the Miners' Bay cele- bration here .between, the -.local team _nd" Cranbrook, the latter TV inning by 8 LOOK HERE FOOTBALL OPENING TUESDAY "Jtle Lethbridge and Dirlrlct Football League will get under Tueiday evening at 6.30 Athletic Park, when the S. O E and the Calllei will pljy the game of the schedule. The ifttervit In the league this year greater than ever with'six tearni In the rase. They are the Calllu, S O E, North Lethbridge, Shamrocks Tiber team. The entrance, of the Tiber'team In the league will be a blc.factor in making the games more of an attraction to the foot- devoteet of the city than ever before. The first game of the .Ta. her team lie June 4. :The schedule'of games'will b'e published next week. Swaclna will bf milled this yea NATIONAL St Louts 8 1 ChiciRo 021 HdtiQSon and 1'ieru, Hum fit'.Kt and Brcsnahan. B. B..McCarty Mada President at Meeting Last NighV-Op- tunwUc Outlook t n. ork Huston Orulclier, 11-16 2 It Wjers Johnson, Philadelphia, lirooklyn Mdi ei and, Killucr Keulbacb" aiid FiScher. 5 12 0 6 10 2 Aitchison, Cmcn mti 2 Pittsbmg 1 Davenport Houan Benton Clark: Conscluian. Mcljulllan Gibson 2 7 1 and and tcim o! the South eru league nasthoi j uughh orgaui'td al a meetuig 9! tho I falia last ulght at the Dallas hotel 1 lib. meeting w as one of thi, most representatn e gil'hcrings of baseball Ulthuiiisfs that has come to gelhci in Ihe citv to tlo hubiness per taiiulig to tin. and further, it was 'conceded a number of the veleians of baseball at the .meeting tint this organization ef j fccted last mght is the flightiest one tint has j ot tafceu a hauit in the hare, piofessioual baseball daA s not Lethbridge had aluajs eujojed a AMEK1C VJf Boston B dltnt as Collins Foster and Tho-n Calrtwell and Sweeney Rowan Alston Thompson Lowe mirk of not as I fast as formerly, was about the best f'rst ba8er m the He has jumped from one charjiplon- i tea-n to jwhat ssa bs riiompson other The Baltimore Feda on papsr jobk good as any of the. 1- other in their circuit, arid better bal- anced. Detroit Scott, Schalk 2 3 Dauss and Staaage. 5 2 3 0 and 1 FAffi OF W IPS Plnladelahu 7 S 2 Johnson nd Henry and Brown Biisi and Sehang Cleiclind 371 St I ouis 353 Hagernian, Gollamoro and. Carisch; and Lnzenroth Ch cagp and Wail son. Berry Watson and Baltimore j "The jinx ot the Cleveland "Nips Karsns Cm seems set for another good-year. In] Smith and Jacklitsch fact, he already -has got in enough, of Brown, bis dirty work to call it a season three weeks ago, it thought the pprennaal bbotloo 2nd completed 3ils 191i labors har_ landed on Shortston Chapman to the UldPniafl extent 01 oue broken leg icrlosv'uE his singling out of Pitcher Falkeu berg as a jumper to the Federal lea 3 8 0. 3 Cullop ai clean record in baseball affairs until tbe aU of one in diMttual Wp down and trampled in tlii-Uiirt the record that had been built up around the game The Jeasfc said of last )cai s happenings which Gverybodv is more o at quaUtt-ed with, will be'best, but the oofnfc is this Ihe men we guiding toe affairs of the club IDIS jejir-wil! see, to it that baseball b6 elevated to a plare of emi nenoc see its prestige even h gher fian it was before the one man thc-uhole show and his traitor- ous p Dceedings knocked the gime on the lieadi TUe elected to pilot B u McCart) presi 1 Brooklyn St. Louis Mixutil and Owens the Uub are (hnt Jack "Morrison H B McEij ea, secretary treasuret C M Foley J B Mulhern Ihos Long, H Mcholsoc, executive com raittee The selection ol a manager for the left in hands 01 the ixeiutnc committee to be Ac ded upon later BISINESS LIKF Messrs Scidenbecher, and NHhol on Merc as tee to decide upon the matter of uni foinis NGNV ones ijnll likely be te qmrtd It upon the v cc-prcsident tc see that the grounds are kept in AiMp DEL T a b o v t ft, (0 b Fordk t a r I o dollars is of tho Ford lUDaboul, the touring car fifty, tht ton A cai o b Ford, Out complete ujth equipment and particular u om VIRTUE -BROS t 1232 3rd Avenue is allowed ODD man at per noa tli. The .committee1 on finances were not irepared to make a report, bub >ptimistic in their .tone and hoped ;d have.something encouraging to im- mrfc at thcincxt meeting ilie meeting Tvent on record as fa- rorablc to thfc weekly halt holiday scheme which is being .advocated in :he tit} and uerv man present put down bis signature to that efiect FANS OF CINCINNATI ARE VERY LOYAL Cincinnati "May natural or the faus to be a little itupattent, or in this city they have been se-ry- d up inferior ball.Jor a--great, eari and thej haye, stuck bj the :lub so long that patience has al ceased to he a Ihey have seen the Reds horribly mishan- dled b> various incompetents They remembec when the team so strong" lhat it needeil only a verv small amount ot building up to be- gqod-condition.: -The -ot f come a real coiitender for the chahi- 4he club has been lot Monday pionship Ihey know that it did not evening ind ball player "i get this buuulng up, but was rained up, but ad Am THIRD BASEMAN Who has received a permanent po- siUou at the third bag for tbe Toron to Interaatfinal League team replac ing Bill Bradley, who has gone to manage the Brooklyn.. Eederal league team. Last 'was-with the Terra Haute and. came to To- ronto, along wifh; Outfielder Kroy late .last season. He is very quick on the paths and works with great ease around the third MOTORCYCLES HARLEY-DAVIDSON EXCELSIOR YALE __fict -VMSO Ask foi ,1 catalogue 01 i Hove a look on page 7fi oft the Satin day PCS'- Apnl 18 me to PROVE it 611 6th St. South. PRIEST Phone 18G6. 1 Catalogue Buffalo f Indianapolis i knee. But no sooner had the season opened, than Bill Steen was lost to the pitching staff because ol a brok- en finger, and Manager Joe Birmfni, ham strained Jils so badly that he may be .out of the game for haicj Rochester the season at least.. With JJeHvt'.tj Providence and Granay playing, the Naps' out- j field is not nearly so strong as Bir-j Montreal mingham and Leibold weru acting as! Laltimore mates_tu Joe Jackson, Tho inMeld Is something 'of a joke, 'with Oleon p.laj'- Ing short Instead of Chapman. And the pitching staff .is from one of' tho beet In the. American league to one of" the worst, with Falkenberg and Steen missing- Instead of cher- ishing ideas about giving the Athletics a fight for the Naps'had better turn their thoughts toward, get- Kansas city ting in the first division again. One two f-iojts from the would make" the Naps' tail-enders, sjiiwaukce lose to it. j' ___________________ Louisville 1 8 i town is invited to the park for a'and wrecked instead Am manager is and out iears team is brok 1 ukclj to make a mistake once in a j en up considerabl} with Slick1 while, as John MtGraw did last aad and Rforge Moore out (spring when ho allowed Joe Tinker 11 11 3 of tcmn Thc are home to trade him Fromme for Gion 10 14 2 shading 'in Montana, but there is a Ames and Devorc, ono of the worst Schlitzer and Sclialk- likslihood of them returning hero trades ever1 made by a winning'man- md Randeu soon TI erc 1S considerabl" tal l-upr vpt nut %nd won ent m the city, but is jet the call i his pennant just the same, and so bre of "it-has not been' tested, but[ little was said about .this act of Toronto i i Newark Bufialo Jersey City n n 4 10 it is likely-looting. The Calgarj- professional' 'team has sent put a circular letter to clubs o[ t the' Southern Alberta., baseball lea oHenng to larm out sur lliTJIus Inttery material to the club that speaks first The conditions sug larme-i to month and shall lie sublcct pgested are thit the plavers out sHall recede a salin of M. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis Minneapolis CALLED BOUT OFF Milwaukee. Wis.. Slay box ing bout between "Gunboat" Smith and Bob Molia, ijlaancd..for 'Milwau- kee on May 8, has been called off, ac- cording, to announcement by the nro- ters today, mm sn XATJOAAL Pittsbiirg j Philadelphia Hrooklvn Xew York Cincinnati Chicago St. Lrfuis Boston 10 7 Pet. .S56 .300 .357 .333 haul NORTHWESTERN Seattle Spokane Portland Tacnma Victoria Vancouver PACIFIC COAST Sacramento Oakland Scry strongly to the local club and to league rules each club Kan Francisco I'ortl nd Twenty years the finest Cycle-building facilities iii all Ciiiiadu, arc back ot the i 10 AMERICAN Detroit Philadelphia St, Louis Chicago Washington Doston Cleveland W. 11 0 i; 7 7 o 4 3- 1 Pet. 4 iV> ,BO( )38 417 164 211 FEDERAL fet Louis Bufejo Haltlmore Indianapolis Chicago Kansas Citv Piltsbiirj; W 10 Venice-Los Augclcs, wet grounds. ytii of tht M ns chosen Tlio Citj ginvcd Tliursday night 0 A and Kalph frcsulcnt, Jlniiftv Campbell, KidenX J 1) sec line arc lined up fj nl.ich will gtu ample lor Ulc joun; mil aspinag-Wlfni; of the citj to play the game) i.... had one hall oi Uie players.who sold'or .traded away .from for. little or nothing now making good' with, other teams they--vwbuld he a firU division a chance for the Dag HaUng tliese things going on for many jears the bugs have a right to he disgusted at the constant mishandling of the" team Still, no city is so loyal to its club as Cincinnati, and the least hope js grasped with avidity.. The Reds drew the largest opening-day crowd of any city in the National League. In spite.of the fact that ifc was positively worst day a oall game was ever played on, there were eight times as many .people there as there were in Chicago when the Cubs opened ihcre last week. Cincinnati bugs are faithful and. they have-stuck through numerous disap j poititments, and come up smiling for another one- It looks now as if thev are going to be regarded before long for their patience. The Reds will not be a winning club this year in fact they have little chance to finish in the first division. Sixth place looks about their speed for this j'ear, but all -the time, the tyza.m is being built up along intelligent lines, with a sys- tem that is hound to bo successful in the end, Manager Herzog, in his quiet way has diagnosed the trouble with the Reds and ho is trying to remedy con ditions as fast as lie can. Jt is not possible to tlo all ho anil aims to do in a few months or in one sea son, :but the result will be there it time. Headquarters for Sporting Goodaf Tennis, Base JBalls, Croquet Setj, Get om piiee's. ROBERTSON'S BOOKSTORE Sharing the Glory Manufacturers nccesBOrics ero used in any''way in the recent record-torfiaking test of the KusBell-Krilglit engine, are vloing li one another in. advertising the test, not only in Canada and the Un- ited Stalos, but abroad, as JHuBtrat- Ing of their particular, units. The .Slea Magneto manufact- urer? feature the performance as Knowing the. remarkable the ignltloir'syatem, The StromUsrg Garhucretor CouiTiiiny" tire uaing two fls of display fh tlio leading aijto nobilft -papers of tlie United States that U was their mre tar that entiled tlio fUiiflotl Knight to dovolop 233 per cfttu, of its rated liorae-powor, to keep iip> ,con- Inuous performance for 300 'hours without arljufltriiant, nnd to ostaMish worlds foi gago'inc KID McCOY HAS NEW PLAN FOR RATING PUGS Kid McCoy Is working out a system for rating fighters. He be lieves that thR plan, will improve the, calibre oE .boxers. .His scheme 's to rank each boxer ac- cording to. his efficiency-la ten different angles of brains, For instance, cleverness, gumenoss punching ability, etc., are considered in his system to hit upon a boxer's real Mike Glbhons thd mldaien'elght, nnd iWillle Ritchie, .the lightweight, ar.e the bnly ttvo.boxere he would rate at 100 vAccording to his plan, even a boxers conduct on' side the ring is used to redkqn his all rounct ability B> th.lt system he believes that the'game would not only be improved, but match'; makers could estimate the real financial- worth -ot a boxer, Thej rate ball i avers, float said McCoy, "according .'to their ability to field, bat or Why not pursue similar-methoMs- in regard to flgr-'ers' A nation al io-ud could he elected thpt -would determine just how each fighter ranked and I think that it would help to improve the qualit) ot boxing." STANDISrUtfe ow COLLAR BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY is all ,perfectly blen- ded and thor- oughly aged. D. O. ROBUN, Toronto (1 ;