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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FIVE HOW TO CLEAN UP THE MEXICANS NATIONAL Sunday Games Pittsburg Philadelphia Brookha New Cincu'ih.ati Chicago St. Louis Pittuburg............ 3 S 1 Cincinnati............ 153 McQuillan and Lal'oras; Ames and Gonzalus, St. Louis Chicago.............. 6 n Hogennaa, Michans and Wlnflo; Cheney and Bresnahan. Saturday Games 100 002 0 1 000 000 4 1 McCarthy; Tesreau Brooklyn New York Pfeffer and and Meyers. 300 100 11 2 Philadelphia. Boston.. Marshall :and Killlfer; James and Whaling. 000 010 7 3 Perdue, Cincinnati.....001 000 12 2 PittBlrarg 103 010 S 6 Douglass, 'Lear and Clark, Con- zales; Cooper, Adams, Rowan and Gibson. St. Louis Chicago..... Doak, Bailee 020 000 9 021 001 and Sn-yder; Hum- phrles, Vaughn and Bresnahan. AMERICAN Sunday Games St. Louis 3 7 Chicago............. 4 8 Wellman, Bauingasdner and Enzen- roth CUiOite, Scott and Schalfc. FOOTBALL OPENING II j City and District League has Fine Propects of Good Season-Callies and S.O.E. Open Hostilities branch in Canada today hit a more fallowing than football Football taken figant itridw In the put few and ha. gamed a firm foothold in every wwn city Th.re n no other city of moderate pro pertlsn. in Wwtwn can outdo Lethindqe in the old gam. Lilt QooT Friday city had no less than football teime playing away from home, and they each an .nc.lt.nt account of the of same played here That was Jrtl, wore to mutter two good t.ams on the Athletic for loaal Thit all speaks eloquently for the popiHarity that the same enjoys here The I. yet to eohie reapacting what this city can dieplay In football interert, for the teaeon of U14 sivet greater promise of (realtor thing, than hu yet obtained here for the game We lined up for battle, and one of them nn out-of-town oloven. The toami are CalilM, S O E Overieaa, N L United Slnmrecka and Taber With new blood in the league will come now life in the eonteeta for the league honor., and no doubt we ahall HO a lot of new fleet at the games or the old'fioee coming more often, Deeauie of the added iiitereit occasioned by the entrance of new luminarleo In the football firmement of the city. clash tikei place tomorrow night. Thote two rivals of many frays are scheduled to furnish the Coilloo andthe 8. 0. we can depend upon It that this league oejfner Will be worth going to see Both teams are full of confidence of .victory and' If the weather gives the contestants half a chance, the loour will likely be a close one Ddn't-mis. the opener. SCHEDULE v-Galliea S O E Ma> v N L United May, T> Shamrocks. iL United Calltes E. VB Sliamrocks. P E. vg Oierscan 51iy VE N. L. United. vs Shararoclts Tupe >s Tsher Jane vs Shamrocks .Tuiie 11-T-S.OjB: vs N. L. United. June vs Calltes .Tnne IS-rSliljnrocks vs-Taber. .Tune A- N. L. U'd. June 0 E Callies I lurie L Ut'd T on the whole was a great' Martindale Faunch Drauor and Hnnk AT THE AND TRAP BIFLE CLUB RESULTS SAT. The Rifle cliib held a very success ful practice on Saturday af.tc.r-. BOOT, vfith practically perfect weather conditions. .We are very glad to Mr.' Andrews on the top, with Mr. Hutchison, where Ms continued practice has imtjhioi. Score-, Hutchison M 11 Andrew... 31 32 MacLeod SS 32 Daildaoii i' 11 -S-M V. 32 34 til PltUrd.. ..32 28 30 30 QUN CLUB The regular of the Gun club was held on Saturday afternoon. m. Bcckman, of the iDomluion Curtvidge Co., WEIS and led the way with Dominion' shells The noxt regular shoot .will he held next at'4 o'clock, at 'n-Jjicn time a prograramo will be arranged for a shoot on tbe 24th ot May. The scores; Shot at Broke Bechnian 75 <3G V: E. Green.. 50 30 T. Ytiill.. 50 36 H 0. Sticldey 50 34 Collins 31 24 Itoutledgn (j H. Welsh...... .i 25 -36 Magrath J1 26 26 -Mombm-H sro requested io turn out lift strong AH possible for practice before competitions' ?.ake place in "What's tho matter? Don't T know-how to cut demanded tho dis-charcert butclipr. 'You replied tho propietor of tho meat market your hand CHARGE OF FAVORITISM AT TORONTO HORSE SHOW A. Simcoo niado A of favoritism against the Judges at the Toronto- hone show not iveigh cnougli to retail it proWaWy.' Cauie for Complaint Souhret 1 never Polly Prance-foot ao angry before. the matter wHih improvement on Tuesday's- game, al though not exactly free from bone- headed errors. The. feature of the game was the hard hitting by both sides four home runs .were made and numerous two and three-baggers. The 'home-run honors were evenly divided, Bratiribw and Cameron' for Public and Gillis and Green for High, galloping i around the diamond without stopping for breath. Indifferent pitching by" the. (Public schoolslab artists was the cause of most .of the swatting. Bon- i nell pitched a good game for High i and Gillis caught as usual. Jones starred for Central at Shnrtr stop. Vaselenak for High rakcrt off everything in the vicinity oi centre field. Sherlock got a last one of! the ground on his ivory, but the ball wasn't hurt much. .The following is the line-up Public f .High. IVIcKiiiop Robison Bonnell Green Gillis Jones' Braniiow Cameron Stewart McKai: Smith Vaselenak Fiillcrton Sherlock Richards Maxwell CO I Wylic i Score by innings 'public............ High 0-1S Public Bianiio.w and Stewart, Stewart and Braddov. HiBii-Bonnelliand Gillis; Monroe. hr 15 min. first on Krldnv Thi-1 told a reporter not to directorii of Ilio show asktd Mr Vei .put a tiling in tic jiailei about her tor to Mo refused nnd Is divoico and the foolish fellow took, tarred from'shewing, until lie does, lior word. Players strip at Ball park at 0.30. 6 10 0 1-5 i Suggs and Jacklitscn; Parkard and Easterly. Saturday Games Brooklyn.............. 4 11 0 St. ijjnis 3 7 1 Chappell, Lafitte and Land; Crnn- dall and Hartly. Louisville Minneapolis Indianapolis St. Paul..... 1 6- 6 10 412 B 9 Seattle'.................. Spokane Portland.................... o'clock for the and cal ad' club, who have charge.ot tie arc arranging a monster parade with two bands anil over 100 automobiles. Mayor will pitch the fitst ball and Lieulenant- Oovernor Bulyea is expected to re-, ceive. MEDICINE HAT BETTER Medicine Hat, May 2.. Meolcins Hat fans witnessed 'their team in ac- tion yesterday for the first time, when they defeated a team of local independents by a score of 8 to 0. The appearance of the professionals was an impressive one. They are a great deal ahead of last, pitchers, Buckhsa and Martin, two younnsters. showed up well, while the ivhole team seems to be luttmg strong. The infield is very hst. AERONAUTS OF FIFTEEN NATIONS TO ENTER GREAT AIRSHIP RACE AROUND THE WORLD UPTON'S NEW JO BF LAUNCHED SOON London, Sir Thomhfl Llnton'fi new 'challenger, for; the Amerlca'B clip, described by those- have seeii her as tile most wpn- dei'fnl boat of her kind over Is to be lauhohod Her trial races, will begin the. first, week-'In .Tune and .continue the middle of July, ,011 .the. Solent. The noir.ciinHcDKcr Is, said to ho on-' tlrely original hi design and to com: bine many nuw and novel Aa (roickly ss mn echo from ertry nook and cranny where hnmanity dwells has com. the world's acclaim for the announcement'by the Pan- amn-PacUle International Exposition that a prtM of will be Riven for the circnnKTiatlon of the globe, this sum to bo Increased by the citiM of tht world to surpass a total of Quenten has sent word that ihe pane shonlii be In- to and if the pros- ent arHrtt KhowilVnntl! the date of the start that sum-may reached. encouragement fifteen countries aro now expected to enter. "Look up" is to be the liberal watchword translated into every tongue for the 120 days of the race. President Mborc of the expo- sition has- deposited the nucleus of the .prize. Arnold Kruek- man, exposition ..'aeronautic! chief, hns started on a world tour to choost the exact route. In America, he has visited Salt Lake City, Denver and Cheyenne and from these the first stop or control center it to' be start TIWC sura "mny awp v-i IFrom and 400 airo chosen. Iho- Kederation of Inter- world, toaw has America has appointed conUst committees on which' ire' inch as Vincent Aster, Vander- bilt, Gsorgs J. Gould, HaroW F. Mc- Cornilck, Ralph Pnlitur, F. A. Mnn- sey and Charlea J, Gllddcn. Alter the the woild-fcaa tarnn to see the me. is ev.-n vrtth the invention and skill of today; not to include the that will be in the tir.lve months to The longest tap of the will be miles and water jump-will bo070 mltai. bob FowlM, OBlr circurniviation la practical. Lincoln Is abroad studying for his own benefit and to give data to the exposition for van in arranging the race. The flight across the Atlantic hot be made at all If the flier will submit to penalisation for shlp- bin machine across. Another feafiir. has bwn OT an- nouncement that dirigibles will Rodman Wanamaker u hariny a, aeroplane prepnrtd whfch will make Its NorthelifTe first fflftht fo.' Lord it. which-will an nctlleirt tyiwi roHnitw no, ;