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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JU-.X JULJU JL Tuesday, May 0, Trap Shooters Prepare for Oliver Cup Matches Some- thing Doing 24th Opening Game of City Football League Promises to be a Cracker Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL At R H E Boston S 2 Meiv York 9 0 and Rariden: Raymond and COMPETE ABROAD AMERICAN GOLF CHAMPION THINKS HOME ENGAGE- MENTS WILL KEEP HIM BUSY FOR A WHILE HIT fi nmrx T .nmv WULbAM MKIUL! IN LIGHTWEIGHT Cincinnati and St. 'LotUs not sched- uled. At RHE Philadelphia ___ 9 1; fcst. Louis 1 With the possibility of a great re- vival of the fighting 'game sweeping over the land, if one may judge by the William C. Fownes, Jr.. the considenition' boxing bills tates mi the Prestwick Scotland, which limit's "in _- iavoraoie consideration oo: amateur champion, will not compete jare receiving in many stait in the British amateur cbampioasMp present time, the necessity -Moore and Deoin; -Steele and Hres- [on May 29 and continues until Jtin.3 3. Tills is the first authoritative the various classes becomes more and "At Chicagc more apparent. As matters stand right! concerning Fownss i nd j aow tnere is not a class for PuSiIists I comes direct from him. j-barring the heavyweight-concern-! In a letter Fownes writes: j ing the weight limit for which there is March 2S, mascing further inquiry not constant wrangling. j R H Sias whether or not I intend taking N. 6 ia lhe amateur championship j matches are made, sup- 11 tournament at Prestwiok was d-V.yip.p38dl-v for the championship, in a ange, Baker and Sullivan: Coving- ton and Stanage. At St. RHE St. S 1 .time." Cleveland 9 o] Lake and Stephens: Kra-pp and] Smith. At New RHE noted. I have been thinking somewhat BOTH TEAMS VERY MATCHED FOR GAME TONIGHT The City Football League will embark upon what has promise to be its best season of football, tonight at the Athletic Park, at 6.30, when the S. 0. E. snd Overseas play the initial game of the league schedule. The showing of each team in their practice games gives ample indication of the great and equal strength of both teams. There is little doubt but what they are very evenly matched and a hard battle is before the players, which will be watched by a large and enthus- iastic following. Referee Arnold wil! officiate; the linemen will be Strand and Milne; and goal judges, Tuckwell and Dronsfield. about it, but have decided no; to take part ,and so advise you r-t this Evans Seeks Title Apparently Chick Evans will be the onlv American who will tr vfo wrest York 0 4 1 31 the ribbon from the Briton. It and Blair: -Wood and Nim- amaker (.sir innings.) ;was said early in the year that the i party would be made up of Fownes, Fred Herreshoff. the metropolitan class not at what has long been the established limit for that class bur, at i a weight which is arbitrary and one that depends largely on how much of a concession the lighter man of the two matched vail make to the heavier. Perhaps the strangest part of this condition is that in many cases the i heavier man is more popular than his CALGARY GAVE MOOSE JAW TERRIBLE BEATING ry, May 9. They all loo w alike opponent and has many friends who in- to .us' and we trounced the ambitious BRANDON AND WINNIPEG WIN AND LOSETOGETHER Calgary, May all look alike and Brandon teams broke even in a BASEBALL IS MOST PROLIFIC Parlance of the Diamond Expressive In Explaining Traits of Game and Players Baseball is the most prolific sport in devising words "of its own. Most of tine slang has originated with the play- ers and the appropriateness of their expressions, 'frequently is little less than a gift. What-could express the meaning more explicitly that "putting over the when telling how a pitcher throws.the sort of ball BECOMES is just to the hatter's liking? The expressions of the diamond change arm into "whop" 'or and even the person who has seen a few games is not in doubt as to what these words mean, so well do they describe the an- atomical member mentioned. "Glass for lame or sore arm, and "Charley for a strained tendon or bruised muscles are as old as the hills. "Pegging" or "shooting" across the diamond instead of throw- ing. These terms and "booting 'era'' C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. Lcthbridge, AKa TURF PATRON- NEW YORK CONTROL. LER ENCAGES TOD SLOAN AS "ADVISORY MANAGER" Or HiS NEW STABLE. champion, and John C. Anderson, fo sist that his weight demands in a ungenerous j double-header today, the '.Maroons or fl Proper despite the fact that there isjllianiier last sight, and when the contest by a score of bal1- te" i absolutely nothing in the EASTERN At Buffalo Baltimore R imer champion of Massachusetts. Her-. reshoff has found it impossible ring to bear out a Contention, j the trip, and Anderson, while he I The most strikin- example of this) ofimeius were gathered, together at 3> and the Angels the second by the nf ihe eighth round if was found play abroad, will not enter the event. '2 S 3 Dygerc and.Egan: ,Stroud. Killifer (11 innings.) At R.HE Jersey City 9 2 _______ Kochester 10 Frill. KessJer and Butler; HughesjSportsman "Has 200 Business Men to ana 'Mitchell. At RHE 5 1 .Toronto......... 3 San Francisco, has 200 business is Packey McFarland, un-1 It scori s a game for most of GIGANTIC CLUB Form Organization San Francisco, May LarMn, .Lavender and Peterson; Rudolph! and Phelps- At Newark .Montreal men who are willing to become char- iter" members of a club for a one of the best fighters of ;the lime Tie enemy were from his weight in the world. But Packey Jaw and a bunch of ball players can dot make the lightweight limit ;tbey are ou most occasions, and even of 133 pounds ringside, and yet many; the !besc of times last night. It same count. Neither contest was pro- ductive of very -brilliant 'ball, but the close nature of the scores always kept it interesting. The Maroons won the! first game by hitting big Chief Roy hard and opportunely, while Cum- mings, a new twirler, held the visitors what they are intended to tell. Full of Poetry The ball player means no irrever- York, May controller of the City has joined the Hat of of the turf. He will race a twenty-two thoroughbreds in this summer. His string of racers ig made up of some of the best bred horses in Eng- land that will compete for the rich when he speaks of "angels.." of European racecourses. jwhich means clouds in the blue sky. Some batters "choke" their bats. This once the premier jock- 2y of America and England ,will act of his friends insist taat Champion j out should meet McFarland for i that for about ten that they fell down, went up the title at a weight which the latter lhe air- ballooned, tied, themselves is able to make. What sucii reason- in fenots, and did" other things dan- j serous and costly, and when they came ing is based upon I can not see. j safe -by mixing up two home runs with their other aiits, though Krueger drop- ped a pop fly in the seventh and let in the winning tally. Tiielan twirled good ball for Morrow's crowd. The to overcome. It Kberties with We had -a. nice Had Wolgast ever demanded a. con- a cession in weight since he has fought j' as a lightweight there might be justice in expecting him to lt_-, was 13 n0t safe lo take !lke mmngs- _ c p-j-ooxing arena .which he expects that lie is the title holder, butjlrttle start from the tfaird inniDSs- and ixiijjj, -h fit-rat- T-W A T Second (be modeled after the big English clubs. plans to run the bouts on Eng- Parkin and Cady: Burke and Curtis. jlish ideas' being outside the nng. and disqualify the boxer who 'refuses to break when ordered. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At St. Wolgast never did demand any conces- sion. He won his title at the limit for; his class, and today probably enters j the ring at weighing several less than the limit. He ap- ._, temble' and lapse arrived in the seventh. and the en-1 col-1 The! iscore: f_________________________ MOOSE I To the ifiea a real one to be in every sense of the word jKelk% cf.......... R. H El says all this is necessary is "a thor- a true lightweight. j Dickinson, rf-p ___ R H PO A E St. Paul S Ijoughly organized club, a guarantee Minneapolis 11 the entertainment is for the club Chech and Kelly: Loudell, Patterson tmembers only, an honest: referee and .Feaster and Ow-ens. ja pair Of trying opponents. Xo un- Only one ball game scheduled in the 'necessary applause from the audience American Association yesterday. GOOD BASEBALL TEAM PROMISED BY CARMANGAY Cannangay. May meeting was Jieid last week, and baseball club and protection for boxers and guar- anteed remuneration for athletes con- tracted ENGLISH BOXERS TO AMERICA Southampton; May mem- bers of the Amateur Boxing Associa- Undoubtedly the blurring of the limit weights in various classes has JFournier, Ib p-rf been due to a large extent to the j ecK' troubles boxing has gone through fights of some duration were once held the limit for the number of rounds ,ss 'iCollins, If i i Bliss, If-c 2 re-organized. A committee was ap-jtion of'Great Britain sailed on the pointed to canvass the -town for sub- steamer St. Louis for New York today. scriptions. in which they were success- where they will meet the winners of Cannangay-has a lot of good American boxing contests to be lerial to choose from, and it is on May 19. The men are: W. there will be 2. very successful j M. Allen, D. Erskine, R, Warner, iball team this year. 'Bruce Logan and W. Spencely. was cut down. As a consequence a good fighter was willing to take a chance with a man who outweighed him in one of these short fights. Ke felt sure that there was little danger of defeat if he conceded his opponent Fitzgerald, 3b..... 2 0 WESTERN CANADA Won Lost 0 1 2 4 OjCalgary ___-.1...... 5 Oj Edmonton 3 4 01 Brandon 2 .0 Moose Jaw 1 0 Saskatoon 0 01 .___: ,1! .0 Totals...... -Moran, cf O'Brien, ss 27 1 5 24 7 4 AB R H PO A E 322000 FsfATIONAL Won Lost 2 Philadelphia 16 Pittsburg 13 New York 12 Chicago 11 Cincinnati 7 p. c. .1000 .750 .G66 .000 P. C. .684 expression originated in the alert i manager" to the stable, minu of some player, whereas the lay-! Myers had one or two horses rac- man .would have sought for weeks ln England and on the continent a, word, as pat. The expression "hit season, but this is his first the hay" for. going to bed has to renown On the turf with -wide-spread, but.ball players were us- a large stable of horses, ing it years ago. Slang Abounds "Slants" and "benders" were the out growth of a desire for versatility of reaching out for a vocab- ulary that. would afford a change from the use of the word curve.) Louis, May M likes Everybody knows that the "pel- ithe brand of .baseball up iby Detroit "Pill" and "bulb" mean jbetter than the quality of the sport in the ball. There are a dozen slang 'St- Louis. Rev. Dr. Homer IX Bender- WANTS PERFECT TEAM WOR-K Proacher Prefers to Save Souls terms ball. There are practi- cally nqne for the bat. Old-Time Talk "Fungd" is an expression to describe 2 -0 4 five pounds. Then, besides, in many j Wilson, If 5 2 2 .4 0 2 10 0 "1 cases where such limited round bouts i' were fought no decision was allowed anyway, and even if one fighter ap- peared to get the worst of the battle no defeat was marked up against him in his record. rf 5 Morgan, Ib 5' Martin, Sb JDuggan, c Stanley, c Standridge, p 2 1 1 0 3 2 "0 0 0 1 0 j Boston S 0 St. Louis 4 Brooklvn 14 12 15 .550 .467 .364 icnocking out fly strictly .slang, being balls. It is- not an -accepted term in baseball, mush as mulf and steal. son, an ardent fan, announced his re- signation today from, the pastorate of the Wagoner Place- United Presbyter- ian church to accept a call extended to him from the First United Eresfcy- terian church of' the Michigan city. Rev. Mr. Henderson will depart for Detroit June 12. Recently, when Dr. When a player makes a clean, graceful Henderson proposed a .game of ball 'easy throw, that, gets to the base a- 1 between a nine representing the Svan- head of the runner he "arches it -or- igelist Alliance of his church and a. er." and there is a touch of the poetic 'team made up of the members of the about the expression. There are play- St. Louis Bar Association, the ?ro- ers with whom the word "bean" for j ceeds to be devoted to charity, the pro- head has has about supplanted the position was voted do-wn by the imem- latter word. "His for umpire, J toers of the former organization. Totals 35 14 13 24 13 0 Score 'by Moose Jaw........... Louis AMERICAN "Won Lost Detroit 20 2 9 9 9 10 9 14 17 11 '01 New York '9 Philadelphia...... 9 Washington 8 Cleveland S .250 .250 P. C. .909 .550 .500 .500 .474 .467 .364 originated in the ranks, and has not j Dr. Henderson admitted tonight that spread to the cranks, as -has to mean a pitcher is being hit hard.. baseball -prompted Ms selecting De- troit as his next field of labor. FIGHT BELT IN SUfT Chicago.Man Alleges He Owns "rs of Sullivan Chicago, May, Few fight fans! knew that the original John L. Sulli- j facsimile is worth only while his Kobb -is charged---with exni'bitlng ai facsimile of the famous belt and T, N. Donnelly, who owns the original, asks that- Robb be restrained from ex- hibiting it. According to Donnelly- Mr. ESKIMOS WALLOPPED SASKATOON SADLY ildmonton. May prov- ed easy for Edmonton this, evening, and the game was called, in the sev- enth with the score 10 vto 2.'. Pinney in the .box was weak and the Eskimos found him.for ten hits. Skillman had no trouble the Berry Pickers and in order to save him for; a harder game was taken out in the fifth, Woods replacing him. Saskatoon man- aged to .get two off the latter in his i'irst inning, but after that he" had no frouble in. holding them :qff. The. fea- ture of the game was a clean home run by McCallem off Woods' delivery." The Score: j AB R H PO A JSJ Mills, ss 3 2 2 1 2 If- Mackin, 2b 2 2 1 4 Dudley.. If 4 1 3-0 0 Burr, cf 4 2 2 0 0 Cox, rf 3 1 0 20 J3rennan, 3b 2 1 2 Baxter, Ib 3 1 0 Slight, c........... 3 0 4 .1 Skillman, p 2 0 0 0 Woods, p 1 0 00 1 GUN CLUB SHOOT TOMORROW NIGHT The Gun Club will hold their weekly shoot tomorrow night. The handicaps are now being ar- ranged for the Oliver cup, and it behooves all members' and those interested -in the traps to bs on hand. There .iwjjf. be. a., benefit shoot on May 24thj which the officials of the club wHI endeavor to make an attractive affair. The club is growing rapidly in membership and the most suc- cessful year" yet is anticipated. 2 ACCEPTS van championship belt belonged tolls valued at magnificent: a Chicago man until a. suit brought trophy was presented to John L. on in -the circuit court today disclosed j July 4, 1SS7, the year before he foughc the fact. It seems that Alexander Charley in Chantilly, Prance, CHALLENGE FROM "j NEW ZEALAND MAN n London, May. Barry, .who recently successfully defended his tit- of champion sou'ller .of England against Albany, has accepted a chal- 0; jlenge from FojrweH, the New Zealand champion, the race to be rowed on the j Thames in September. Totals 27101021 3 AB R H PO A EJCOULON TQ BOX 'Murphy, ss 4 0 0 McCaHem. 2b 3 1 1 Welsh, Ib 2 0 0 Trainer, -cf........ S 0 0 Graigon, rf 3 0 0 Dekin, Jf 3 0 0 .Morse, 3b 2 0 1 Carney, c 0 0 Pinney, ,p 3 1 1 j FOP3ES AT TORONTO Johnny Coulon, the American ban- champion, is slated to box Harry Vorbes, former champion, at Toronto 0 tonight in a short bout The Ontario P cities are pulling off numerous good matches now. Oj 0 PITCHER REACHES WINNIPEG Winnipeg, May' Glass ar- Totals 26 2 3 18 9 2 rifcd here tbi-s morning from Du- Score 'by baaue to join the Maroons. Syfert, a Edmonton star twirler of last year, should also {Saskatoon arrive some .time'today. You are sure to be at your best, when, you.look your best Good clothes influence.your mind just as they influence the luinds of others. CLOTHING .-is an influence for good. A "Progress Brand" Suit makes you look your best and brings out the best that is ia you. Just notice the number of quick, alert business men who wear "Progress Brand" Clothing. Nowadays, it's a mark of progress to wear "Progress Brand" Clothing. Spring styles in Suits and Overcoats are ready. 93 MADE AND GUARANTEED 8 H. VINEBERG CO., UMITED, MONTREAL WITH A GUARANTEE I McKELVIE McGUIRE ;