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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIBGE DAILY HERALD FHflay, May 1 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DRAWN UP DETROIT KEEPS UP WINNING GAIT HOUCK BEAT HARRY LEWIS Suits F Games in the Big Leagues TO GUARD MOTOR BOAT HONORS MONEY WELTER CHAMPION OF ENGLAND York- Ma-v of the S. O. E. and Overseas to Plav Initial Contest- Games: J i Motor Boat club of America will de- n their energies for Che next two Pa" the montbg .n LOSES ON POINTS IN 20- ROUND BATTLE Paris, Mav AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At R H E -i. AfVUhV Parl- at Atnietic i ark 1 uesdajs Meeting Last Night 'May the 3th, which is next Tues- day, is the opening date of the city football league, which is composed of tht? S. O. E.. Caledonians, '.Yestmins- ters and Overseas Clubs. The Over- seas and S. 0. E. are scheduled to play tbe initial game of a season of football which has every evidence of being the prenrier of any yet in the history of this city. Never were the reirns stronger nun better r.al- and never has football been more thoroughly organized than this and the public will see games j en a par with those of any place in; Canada. NEXT TUESDAY There v.-as a highly encouraging at- tendance of league delegates at the -1 meeting held at tiie Dallas j with President Robins in lhe chair. The adoption of the schedule and constitution of the league were the main issues of the evening. The schedule adopted opens the season May Sth and closes it June 22nd. [Minneapolis ___ n iColumbus 10 Houck, of Lan' and .'Artogast and Bemis. weight c i.iC'J, v n i. v i 4 f Qf P 1 .preparing for the interna- trom Lewis of _R H E Uonal race, which will take place onj'he American welterweight champion 'Louisville........ I bay. Long Island. July 24 England, on points in a 20-round! Chech 10 last night. i-Hughes. More than will be spent A reierocs- comnuuec was defending ihe'cup against i. llflls NEUTRAL JUDGES imntee was a the abilities of each the team of three English challengers. the i ec to rcpoj official and lie i.; judge each The ed were Messrs. Tt-'cicweii (S, (C.'i'r-donians) and leading his opponent, 0. E.Y. D. Milne Drpnsfieid (Over- wjii also be prospective defenders are being ?s nnd linesmen at the present time, The majority gentlemen tbe semi-displacement type of hull. Shand (Westmins-> J- Suiiirt Blackton. rear-commodore of, the Motor- Boat club of America, will nP was spilt in tiiat round, 'enter a. 36-foot hydroplane. The race is considered the blue i ribbon event of motor boat racing on nearly ?'Ir. Arnold was chosen referee for'both sides of the Atlantic. The Tuesday's between the S. 0. and the Overseas, with S. Tuck-. Dronsfield coal iudees, competition Hnps-ithe Se was Houck's first appearance At RHE Frauce and the fiS'n- although it Milwaukee 7 3 not ro a finish, was one of the-Indianapolis 10 1 JBst excitin ever seen in Paris.i McGlynn. Nicholson and Marshall- English plain blues and grays, as well as stripe effeds. Irish patterns that are-exclusive with Fit-Reform. J And a new shade of blue that v in .ui-vrjviiii. ;Mcnoison ana Marshall- i i i'roin the eighih round Houck showed Link. Cheney. Sehlitzer and Carisch. prOHllSCS tO DC. popular. Superiority. Iplldinp- his nT-mn-nonr At Kansas R H E U.y ___ 14 2 12 1 ana jlr and Messrs. Shaw and rr.cn. THE SCHEDULE The following dL'-c Cor the vca; i seas. Mar i iers. dance. ninth Houck landed an upper- finishing Lewis. The lat-j ___ came back with a right and Houck! NATIONAL E.'cations are thai, tbe fastest time to stall with a clinch. I At RHE by a gasoline driven craft in j The last two rounds were the 1 will be attained during'exciting- of all. Lewis began York 13 1' .es. is the opinion of Eng- i straight stomach punches which it' Flaherty and Graham: Mat- lish and American designers that the seemed impossible Kouck could and Myers, cup will be won by a boac Bowing an vive for any length of time, but At Chicago- R H E v. Sons cf j May j England. I ENGLISH RULES i Mar v. Caledonians. Old'Countrr rules were recommend-i J cd for the league, which met tbe J _Mar v. Sons of general approval, and z. hundred cop- j i ies were ordered to be printed. junr. v. Restrainst-crs. PLAY AT ATHLETIC PARK j June v. A. AU games will be -played at thej June of England v. West- 'L 'Athletic Park, Tuesdays, Thursdays i minsters. .decide the team to race against the jblcws without flinchlne. The referee, or-heTtter !amid tremendous -cheering, awarded ,l _ 's e horse .jog bouj; to Houck Willie power Maple Leaf Hi owned by E. the winner. -nacivay which nas already! rattled otf 57 statute miles an hour. T "j nr i rigger and i rap sind Sons of Eng- j R. -J- However, all games in the schedule are slated for -but Tuesdi.'a and! Thursdays.- Exhibition Barnes -s-ill Westminsters v. .Caledon-j II. Rickclison likely be played on Saturday. Ians- j F. R- Agnew THANKS TO MR. ECKSTORM June v. Overseas, j Murray Mr. Eckstorm was tendered J June eonians. hearty vote ot thanks in appreciation 1 oi his senerous offer of the freedorrr! ..___ uYNCH SUSPENDED ot the park, on rhe days namea. era- tttitiousiy. The football and manager of leagues will co-operate in keeping-the of the Xorthwestern lea- grounds in shape. one year ADMISSION 25 CENTS The Wednesday night scores Gun Club shoot were as follows B. .Stafford C. Livingstone 22 W. Beckman 21 W. Stafford 20 Macleod.................................. 17 H.-.Milliard 17 STEPHANOFF NOT ALONE MARVEL, BUT WILD, BELLIGERENT BULGARIAN At R H E fl 0 7 L> i Chalmers and Dooin: Ragon and Bergen. iPittsburg j5 2 ;'St. Louis 2 4 Steele, Gardner and Gibson: Gold- en, Laudermilk. Hearn and Bliss. j At Xew R H E ;X6Tv 2 1; S 21 Caldwell and Biair: Wood and Xun- Fit-Reform 2 Piece Outing 18. up. 351 McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lethbridge. WESTMINSTERS AND S. 0. E. TONIGHT i EXTRAS Livingstone. 21-25 A. B. Beckman, 21 'J. W. At R H 5' 9 j. Xew York, Mar. jhanoff. -a giant Bulgarian, weighing: _ _ pounds and standing six fear SmilD: I inches in his athletic togs, is a new j At (Richmond in the wrestling field, being! 'At RH 'decidedly anxious, according to his Stafford, I councryman, Pauko Kubadinoff, to j-Pciladelphia Stafford, (take on Zbyszko or any of the mam-j Hushes, Walker, Sherry and Agnew, 18 Rickelfson. 19-23-20. j moths now engaging the attention of the followers of the-; grappling game. by President Lindsay for an assault upon Umpire Ward. When the presi- The price of admission was fixed the Ti5ers' leader 25' c. to all parts of the ground, boys will be ?.t lOc. and ladies Tree. Fifteen season offi- cials .tickets will be allowed each; club when taking part in any game. and all others -will- to pay for admission. (assaulted the official. Lynch respond- CARNEY PAID THE MONEY Bill Carney, with the dire threat of blacklisting hanging over Maim, came through with the 5400. which he owed to the Calgary B. B. C. The cheque sied by the Rock Island B. B. days and was unable to S l' 11 0 Ain- smith: Krause and. Thomas. At St. RHE St. Louis fi- 4 Kiibadinoff asserted that Stephanoff had with him letters of introduction to !DetroIt S 0 the well-known linguist and promoter and Clarke: Willett, Johnny Dunn, and marveled because and Staaage" he had been in the for four locate the ays an was unae to ocate the pusnedmminthehead.- C, so they evidently think Bill impresaario. He added that nArt "TO-I 1 1 rii-OTir- fin A t-li n -_ ___ _ ____ -..I will draw no fine, tbe league president considering; a year's suspen- EASTERN At wonh rhe monev. With tiiis episode closed. RHE The last practice match be- fore the league schedule opens will be played tonight on the Westminster grounds, immed- iately west of Xo .2 fire hall, at Tha line-up of the two .teams appeared in yes-, terday's Herald, and judging from >be formation it should be s. classy exhibition of the game. Mr. Tennant will make his debut as a referee in Leth- bridge'foocball. STANDING OF THE ITIGERS WIN AGAIN IN SCHOOL LEAGUE IkeRock-Wli hereafcer Bill Carney's n iD manager of I nels to that of the Western Canada of his protege. j Leag-ue. littlejhe would in all likelihood'send out a'ProTldence 5 lJ career jc. Q. D. call for JDjum, whom he JRocbester....... 8 has slated for the managerial posi- Hughes and Mitchell: Lavender, j Doyle and Fitzgerald and Peterson. NATIONAL Lost P- C. A long, cool fragrant smoke A cigar that makes you realize the advantages of insisting on getting a TRY ONE TO-DAY When Kubadinoff was asked if his At RHE rjman was a wrestler he resented the jToronto 11 i St and answered that he was S 'la Bulgarian. Further questioning de-1 snd Phelps: Manning, Ale- jveloped that Stephanoff was not aiGlnuit-v anfl McAllister jGraeco-Roman always a! AT, Jersey RHE i Bulgarian, as the -men" of bis race [Buffalo......... 40 j fought the. Greeks always. He further i Jersey City 7 0 (asserted that the: letter ...to" Dunn at- Botts, Taylor and Killifer and Beck- tested that the.latter well versed endorf: Frill and Rutan. ia the language of; his protege and that! Ac Baltimore__ RHE no others need apply for the position 15 to look up the mat contests of Steph- j Baltimore "7 j.anoff, who has taken the measure of Barbsrieh, Carroll.' and 1 best men on at his Sitton and Rorh: -Vickers, Dygertj Pope and Atkins and Byers and 14 "jNew York n 10 Chicago .......___ li Cincinnati 4 Boston 6 St. Louis In the school league the Tigers last night edged it over the Ramblers by a single run in a seven-innings game at. the ball the score being H t-o Tiie opening innings no runs were on -either The second j-round the Ramblers-, broke through j Tigers' defenceh..and accumulated no thaji. .five tallies, while their I opponents netted two. Two more j.v.-ere added on by the Ramblers in '.iihfi thjrd, the. Tigers gobbling a goose egg; At this stage the Tigers' hung up a distress signal and called on Shorty. Munro to do the-heaving: Shorty has pverythiag that consti- tutes a t wirier and lie sufr- ly 1JS3S his choice assortment to good AMERICAN .778 j advantage, Those who faced him .6SS! could see nothing but snakes and dismay was complete and dis- after the first couple of men faced the stunned Tiger bad fan- the air. They out ia-onet "o-Jtwo, three order. i With the score standing T-2, the Tigers came to bat full of courage, 'and before the innings ended, piled Detroit........___ 17 York ___.'___ S Boston............ 9 Philadelphia S S St. LOUSE S S s 9 12 In the fourth the Ramblers squeez- "o2p''eci m aiifit'her run, but the Tigers did better than that they grabbed off .5001 no 'Pss thzn four. In the sixth the .43S Rarrihlers got another run and the was It was now up to Ao do or die. They didn't, die. A hit and" a couple of wild ;heave's, turned the trick and a victory A STRIKE 'NOT A !MjnneapoiiS Terre Haute. Ind., May Clearj- today admits he was in error in counting a strike on the South "Bend batter to whom Mayor Gerhardt pitched the first ball at tbe opening game yesterday. When two more strikes had been called on the batter Cleary de- clared him out. Manager Smith protested the game formally and it will not count in the pennant race. Should it. cut any figure in the standing of either club it'.will have to be played over. Terre Haute, won, .3 to 3. Cleary says that in other leagues tbe first ball handled by a local dignitary usually has been counted, bur. he realizes that no one can participate in a contest unless in uniform and under contract. AMERICAN ASSOCIATIpN Won; Lost- P: Harvey Schweitzer 17. -.-jn winning run. 11 0 .550 The features of the game were the St- Paul 8 8 hitting and pitching of Taylor, Munroe, Schweitzer, Price, Redmond. i 30oj 'Shearer, Sloan, Warrey, Hyssop, Sherlock, Campbell, Link. :Louisville 10 j Kansas City S 9 i Columbus 7 8 [Toledo............ 7 12 14 GREAT STRUGGLE ENDS IN A CANADIAN RECORD [Newark Jersey City EASTERN Won Lost P- C. i Providence 7 3 i JRochester 9 .4 .fi92i i Toronto S 4 ,6671 .___v..... 5 ;Baltimore fi Fishburn Cricket Glut JACK TAiT AND ABEL! Kl ViAT HAD A GRAND DUEL !N 1.000 HANGING UP THE FAST TIME OF 2.17 4-5 AND F-NISHIWG 6- (V .a UNION ASSOCIATION Tlie Fishb'nfn Cricket Club got to-- .500' on- the -evening, of April and made son-.e preparatory for the season. The officers -feappointed- E. F. .Hardy, cap- tain C. G. Thomas, vice-captain; and Walter sec.-treas. A j A DEAD HEAT A new Canadian record of. 2.17 -1-51 ing the tape together after s. i for the 1.000-yard nm was establish-1 race v.-hich Tait lost onlv cd at the Ontario Indoor Champion-j interference on the part of Kiviat on ships held at Hanrilton. Out.. j Saturday under "the auspices of I Hairjlton Rowing 'Club, with lack Tait, of Toronto, and Kiviat, of the Irish-American when last j the last turn of the last lap. the; the Toronto man in a great sprint j both; endeavored to pass the Xew Abe! j who shoved him over and out of his i Ath-1 stride. Tait in a desperate finish Great Falls 'Salt Lake f> ;Botte 4 JMissouIa........... 4 i Boise 2 Won Lost p. c. game with Pincher Creek, is expected. i Helena 1 NORTHWESTERN Won Lost P- C. i letic Club of New York, having the [caught his stride again and came so seatU satisfaction of setting this Vnark strong that he managed to get 8 gether, inasmuch as they finished j again in i he last ten yards and break JTacoma their special 1.000-yard race in this! the worsted on even terms with his jportland.......... 4 time and alWl'ft a dead heat break- j opponent. Victoria 3 10 1.0 11 .857] on.the 24th, and an effort wjli also made to_ have a game -with j Scott's Coiiies, -.where a team is be- in? organized. Though Pincher Creek has one of the best athletic grounds for a town of its size along the Pass, neither a hnll or lacrosse team has been organs ixed this season, Jt, looks as if the fire and. energy ..that ..characterized this burg in the sporting days of rp- years has been extinguished. j There's been nothing doing in tha way of sports here -up to date. ;