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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHiBRIDGE DAILY .HERALD Mimilay. May -8. ffi Finds Way Meeting the Pincher Creek Game Pro- tective Association Formed Large Sum of Money for Racing, ;Basebal X and "Other Games on Coronation Day Big 'Game Association Formed 'CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING MATCH IS OFF Gotch Wants Too Much Money to Meet Hacken-j smichdt Labor Day in Chicago Chicaso. Mav of the demands of Prank Gotch. the wrestling for the world's t.'tle between Gotch and George Hackensehmiilt. the Russian Hoc. scheduled u> tv> held at the AVhite Sox ball park on Labor Day. has been called of by of the Empire. Athletic club. Gotch asked fur SwO.OO" i'or his end, besides an allowance of Sl.OOO for training expenses and a 50 per cent, interest iu the moving pictures. 'Joe Cof- matchmaker or' tut- Empire A..C., called a meeting of the members of the Games in the Big Leagues Hogari Changes Mind AMERICAN (Saturday) At New R H E .New York J> 2 Boston 102.000.001> >'ord and Sweeney: CicoUe and Nunamaker. RHE mid opinion was that Gotch was unreasonable in his Cleveland 1" Unless Goich would accept the flat sum' of Sl'O.OOQ Cof ley was instructed v> "i full the msuch. Coffey went back to see Gotch, but the big was o i. _ Pineher Creek, May' and Montana and win uraft re-] be- offered in prizes here at a sports filiations suitable to 4the district, toj as jasjgient ;n his and Cof fey said there would be nothing day to be held here on.Coronation submitted ut the next regular :neei> doin -Blanding and Smith: Oimstead, Scott. Walsh and Sumvan (tie game.) _--.-- J .'VTcic-J- e 1 The .programme in regard to calling tfl the match. Gotch said as long as he holds the title !St Louis tee held a-meeting last nigh, to make; responding xuui ot.ur yoirus lD j something for meeting the foreigners who come over initiatory arrausenieaus and the list of'dearer to have them form evenfe will include firemen's to affiliate with Pinche horse.'reices and a baseball match. ihe; Creek, and propose holding conveii programme to lie in the morning witnition of delegates from all other a calithnmpjan procession. soon as can1 Big Game Association j The meeting called, in the Chamber A fT of Commerce rooms orr Friday nigiiti y JQ 'fj of' all interested in the formation of ij "big game association" was largely at-i Dr: Warnock, M. L. 'A'., who; vas to have been present to address' the meeting, had been" called away' on, business, but H. Rievier, district; game warden, was on deck, as prev-j jously arranged, and gave a large mea-j .j in. quest of his crown. The champion believes he has asked nothing unrea-j -sonablo, and he the match ought to draw at least When Gotch wrestled Hackenschmidt. before the Humboldt farmer said received Stf.OOU for his end, while Hack-received at least three times as i much. The champion said he had to concede to the Russian's terms when the R H E 12 4 2 IMtillm and S e. SI ILui latter was champion and now that ire is the title-older he is s Hackenschmiclt meet his terms. to make CANADA LEAGUE GAMES PUNK GAME AT CALGARY i -Moran. cf ___ AB R H PO A E sore of information punctuated as follows advice, in a practical address as to; The -best methods ro be adopted inj Ladies Calgary, May 13. Saska-'O'Brien, ss 4 toon was the score of the if......... 4 exhibition of bail dished up to 2b l small crowd of fans who braved the [Flanagan, rf i eiements to see the final conflict be-j Morgan, lb 5 3b l JDuggan. c 4 ie, p.......... 5 0 0 5 0 At Washington R R 12 4 Philadelphia ___ 6 3 Johnson and Ainsmith: Russell, Morgan and Thomas. CSSS, York, May Round" Hogan, who declared before, his match (Sunday) that he would retire At St. R H Ejfrom the ring unless he came out win- St Louis S 1-ner, has'changed his mind. Instead Cleveland 11 ijof returning to the coast, he has de- Powell and Clarke: Yingling and cided to remain in New York, and Land (12 innings.) At RHE Chicago 10 4 10 2 Sullivan.: Lively and 2 1 12 27 14 Miss Bulbes. third if there had been another! kin. who pitched the opener in ss creditable style, .was the first victim. [McCaUen, 2b..... I He lasted on the mound only the frac- Walsh. lb Tincial government to liave same openj r_ season-for all big: game and to divide! Miss Thompson._sera.; Miss E. JIatson available man to take his place. the''province in "two at High River, j 15, Miss Sha-vv Twith regulations to suit north and' Men south. He advocated the formation of j Mr_ LytJe jlr. Bryden "breeding places.- with no open Mr. Donaldson and recommended asking the Domin-; s ion government to enlarge Kootenayj Lake resen-e. Mr. Rievier stated that; Mr. Matson 13; Mr. M. Duns- rapped ouc a single p sSS 'ing Wilson, and then Morgan' P 0 tv? i Members are requested ro jaiong with a two-bagger scoring p j their'games as soon as possible, first Manager Miley1 1 round to close not later than May 31st. jThM' hoot to'the wild man 0'Detroit White and Ojstanage. i Oj NATIONAL 0 (Saturday) 0 At R I Cincinnati 11 Pittsbuis c plans to "come back" in a match with the winner of the "Knockout" Brown- Tommy -Murphy fight here this -week. (Sunday) j At RHE 16 3 I Providence .___ 17 3 I Game .called ii AJB R H PO A E the district surpass liiose of Banff. Officers Elected 0 1 1 4 '1 S 1 -2 .2. 1 .0 2; 2 0 1 h 0 0 0 0 0 0 jdeuce had one but and two on bases. (j Crowd" tried to mob umpires and police. Holmes. Doffar, Wil- Suggs, Caspar and Clarke: Leifiold, helm anfl Camnitz and Gibson. At R II o! Chicago ___--- 5' 0 St. Louis 11 OJ At R H If Philadelphia H 0 Brooklyn 2 S 0 0 JDoyle and Peterson. At R H E Toronto 5 2 Newark 10 i jj M'cGinley, Lush and-ph-elps; Lee and .1 0 3Ioore and Dooin; Rucker, Schardti and Bergen. At New York R H E At RHE I Buffalo......... 7 2 Jersey 7- i Boston 13 9 13 4 .Bv resolution the name of the newj All information regarding ro.uniament be had from the then 34 6 'S 27-16 3 j Crandall, Raymond, Marquard and would" try to save the'Saskatoon box himself. organization is called the Pincher: 'Jreek Game Protective Ar-scciation, i J.- -_rt CA JJti V "_f _ and. me toilowins oJicei-s -A ere ffiay Iiave by applyin-! where he ever got his pitcher's license pointed: j to A. Ja HotL President. Dr. Warcock. M. L.j A-: president. R. H. Ormcnd: vice-j president. R. Cooler; HOCKEY PLAYER SHOT 6 Persons wishing to join the club i -Manager Miley in all right out] rticulars by applying 1 where lie ever got his pitcher's license is, Sec.-T-reas., 131S 3rd j is more than the fondest supporters .jcoaid Wer figure out. had about) i as much speed as a snail in a Mara-" WINNIPEG WON THEl'R OPENING GAME SATURDAY race and one-sixteenth Winnipeg, May Winnipeg Cumberland. An-executive com-i Quebec. May Dion; wellias much stuff on-the ball as Mayor j Maroons opened the season here "Sat- mittee "of seven was also appointed, as i hockey player, was shot in both j Mitchell did on the first ball of urday before" 1000 people and incident- follows-: S. P. Hunter. Vvm. Toofce, here yesterday by a farmer near {curtain raiser. CHlespie, Chas. Schoening and J. Rouge, -while jratheri.'ig up logs! as own pro- Khoulu.. The membership fee was placed at SI .-per annum, and eighteen i party. signed their names at the -close of thej meeting. j JACK WINCHESTER DEAD "Seeking Information j jack% the son of .Jud executive committee, in taes Toronto, is dead WESTERN CANADA Calgary ,'i Winnipeg Z Edmonton '2 Moose Jaw ,r.. i rf-ruuge 5raHdon............. The executive committee, in taesioronto, is dead, iu Edmonton, from j Saskatoon......... 0 meantime are looking over the game diabetes. He was one of regulations Columbia, A1--foremost hockey'players. Cana 1.000 .750 .665 .333 At Edmonton, Edmonton-Moose Jaw, I no game, inclement weather. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION (Saturday) At RHE .Minneapolis ally sent them home happy by "nosing out a victory over the Brandon' Angels by the score of S TO 7 after being dowa all the way. It was an exciting con- test all the way through -with plenty of free and easy hitting. The locals fought against odds until they finally knocked Heinrichs out of the box, but Thelan, who replaced him, could not stop the rally, as a' long single by Don- ovan sent across the two runs in the eighth which spelt defeat for the visit- ors. Donovan's remarkable hitting, he getting three safe drives for as many -times at bat, Gloclcn-sr's jtional fielding at second, were the fea-'bciilitzer and Carisch. Myers: Flaherty, Pearson, Tyler and Hariden. At Chicag Chicago AlacArty. and 'Beekendorii: Jones and Touneman. Games called in llth to allo.w teams to "catch train. Put it All Over Kaufman and Another, .White Hope "Blawsted'V Kansas City ,May a ;hard right hand swing j4w Jim TTlynn, of PueWo knocked; Kaufmtuin, of San Francisco in. the'iOth. round of their fight here last night.' Kaufmann totfk the count of nine in. the third, ninth and: 1'Otbi rounds., He .was down for two seconds in the fourth, fifth, and. seventh and eight in the.lGth'.. 'Twice in the lOtib Tound --Kaoifnian was Kailjf- mann was out for .fully bye minutes after Flynn had been declared the winner. Flynn weighed 171 and 'Ka mann 205. Flynn'received Kaul'mann BURNS KNOCKS FOLEY GO Warner, May fifteen round boxing contest 'between, Foley and here last night resulted in a win for Burns. Near the -end of, the fourth Burns lauded an uppwcut on Foley's face wihich sent latter -to. the floor. His struck tne hard boards with a thud and; at, the end of the cotint HOC regained -his senses. The scrG-wd -of-fifty people Ttfho attended were not too. well pleased i with the exhibition. NORTHWESTERN (Sunday) j .At R H E j Vancouver 7 2 Portland R H E 3 11 1 2 6 Cincinnati 6 2 Weaver, Pfeister, Brown and Arch- er: Bums, and Clark. At Pittsburg 5 0 Tacoma Kngle and Spiesman; Bloomfield and Harris. Crucial Game in the School Boys League There is a crucial gam_e- billed.: for tomorrow night jnrthe school league at the Athletic .pack, at 4.30. The sched- ule-calls for eight games in, all. The Tigers have w.on three -of them, -the Pirates two and lost. one. A win the Pirates will put them on -.veil terms with the Tigers, and the tame tomorrow between the two will be 3 fought tooth and nail." At R H E'1Spokane RHE The standing of the league is as lows: St. Louis 6 2 Adams and Gibson; Harmon and Bresnahan. 4 9 -jTigers Won .Lost 3 0 1 ,4 Helem and Hasty; Hall and Burns, j 0 At RHE Victoria 5 fi Seatton and Shea: Belford 3 Uashwood. Louisville 15 Wafidell'and Smith; Higgin'ootham and Orendorff. At Kansas RHE Kansas 'City 11 3 Westminster Team to be Selected Tonight S. O. E. Team Picked for Tomorrow's The following will represent the S. E. in their league match with the Uverseas Club tomorrow, ;evening at. I the ball j Coles, goal; H.. Gurr and The Westminster'. Football Club will i'backs: RrrJi, Holberton and Alcocsk. jttires. "Freer smashed ouc a homer and two other safeties. The score: AB R H PO A Indianapolis___. 5 on 'the North Letbbridge Rhoades and 'O'Connor; '.'Webb'grounds, this -evcniSfr. after which a .jcaptain will be selected meeting R H the team. Tha for Thursday's St. at. Paul S 2''league match will also be chosen. half backs; Chiswick. A- tlelrj, Wiilet's and 'Clarke, forwcaTds. Reserves, Faunch arid Pearson. Players are particularly. requested to be on time. achaefer, lb ......5 0 07 Holmes, So 2 4 ilcGraw, cf 4 0. .0 ...1 1 rf 5 r ,3 4 1 I Void. If 4 1 0-0 Hallett. ss .4 2 2 "5 .2 Kossuck, c 3 1 2 .3 -1 Fry, 2b 4 1 102 Heinrichs, p __'..-40 2. 0 Thelan. p 0 0. 0 01 n 2 o! Laroy, Gebring and Kelly; Bei'gerj I jjand Bemis (10 innrngs.) j 0i At RHE, gxMilwaukee 13 fi( IJToledo 12 2, o! Dougherty, Marion. Nicholson and, OJBreen: Scbultz, Aralliere and'Rapp. ij" (Sunday) 01 At R H Ei fl 3 S 0} Toials ..........38 Peaster. Patterson and AB R H.-PO' A and Orendorff. Donovan. If -.3 cf 4 Krueger, ss JYandine, Co 3 White, lb 4 Freer, rf 4 Lutgen, c.......... 3 "0 ,1..... 1 14 1 0 1 At, Kansas R H E Q'Kansas 4 l! 0 Indianapolis 17 2! Brandon, Marldox, Pastorius and "o I O'Connor; Linke and McCarthy, Giockner 2b, ss Kay, p Sullivan, 2b Totals ..........31 Brandon Winnipeg S -14 27 1.7 NATIONAL Philadelphia 1-T> Pittsburg ___...... 12 Nfw York 12 Chicago H Cincinnati- 7 i Boston........... -7 St. Louis 4 Brooklyn -5' i Detroit New, York Boston I Philadelphia Chicago Washington j Cleveland j St. AMERICAN 19 EASTERN (Saturday) 2 Oj At. RHE Q 0! .Montreal ___ 12 2 _ ___ 1 oj Burchell. Carroll and-Curtis: Tick- and Egan. s; 3econd in 7th R H E 12 2 0 I Pope and Egaa: Burke, Sitton and --fj JLeclaire arid Roth, 'ggg I At Jersey RHE Buffalo......... 0 .550 Jersey City 4 l .467; Cbrridon and Beckendorft: .333 I Kissinger and Tonnsman. At RHE 5 2J Newark 7 2! rBacbman and Gathers and Phelps; -Ibas divorced the idea that cool, comfortable summer suits need be Fit-Reform 2 piece Suits have the style and shapeliness .-ot the heayier gar- ments: The wonderful Fit- Reform system of designing .and hand tailoring makes" this v- 352 "8. 9. ''3 ,13, 17 and Cady. RHE Rochester 12 A _ 12 -2 !47li Manser and Jacklitsch: Lavender, i iuate, Rigler and Dkkenshire and Pet- McKELVIE McGUIRE, "Sole Agents for Lethbridge. l! ;