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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LiTHllIDOl DA1LT MAT Second Encounter City and District Football League at, Ball Park Last Night-Score 5 to I-Overseas Had Man Laid Out in First Half and Finished i Game Under Handicap re of 5 to 1 is usuallv pretty I ot play when Bannerniaa was inct- JIB u nt-fltMit- good evidence oi superiority. While there is BO doubt hut that the North Letlibridge United proved themselves ft better team that the Overseas last night inithe second game here of the City and District Foothall League, it must not ho supposed that tho Overseas ate as. far outclassed by the TJnitcdi ai the score might indicate (The winners presented a stronger Hne-up than their opponents, hut (here was t hoodoo workirg against tie Oveneaa which got In its work togainst Jock Bannerman, the Over- teas half-back, about 25 minutes af- jter the game commenced. Jocfc had his knee twisted and was forced to quit the game which leit his team short-handed in an uphill fight, for 2 to 1 in the United's laroi the time of his incapacita-( tion. It was a fairly evenly Balanced with the Northsiders, however itutTOlg a slight advantage up to the time that Banaennan was hurt Al- -ter that eleven mfli "to ten made tart sledding for the Overseas and the advantage of the play was clear- with the United team, and iMj they ran up tie score in half forces the fact home. __: LUSH WAS THERE UP fancy display in the goal and the punc- turing of the atmosphere around him to repeatedly cannot be laid at his door. It cannot he said that he was supported strongly by the hacks. Had Lush received the same support as Dunlop in the opposite goal, "tie 1 by the vrmaers would not have leached cricket proportions. Luch was up against the hottest lice of rapiS fire that any goal tender has been, fated to i face this season, at the Athletic park. J. Tennant the' man who caused Lush all worn He was uncorking a line of shots that would make a first league goal-keeper turn pale and" to this same-Tennant can be charged the de- oijthb Overseas' defense, for NATIONAL 391 St. Loult....... 04. Ames and Clark, Orlner, Drake and Snyder. Boston-New Tort: Haln. Brooklyn-Philadelphia: Rain. Plttsburg-Chicaso: Rain. AJIEKICAN Detroit 10 IS Chicago s s Dubuc anil Stallage; Benz ,f Schalk. Keating and Sweeny; Leonard and Carrigan. Philadelphia 0 15: G Washington 914 Plank, PennoCB, and -Lapp; Ayers, Johnson, Engle, Shaw and Henry (Te i darlcneES Buffalo FEDERAL and Blair; pacitated and when the Seas present- ed their weakened front Bryce, Bev- endge and Tennant commenced to make things hum around the Seas' goal Three times in quid, succession was the ball -launched at Lush, Ten- nant the third time, kicked a trifle high, tne ball glancing OH Lush's hands and going over the cross-bar. Again Tenaant forced Lush to extend himself and then the hall went down the field, the fitst.time in a period of eight minutes. The Seas made a de- termined enslmight on their oppon- ents' goal and the defense on two dif- ferent--, occasions was hot well guarded by the United backs, but each time Ness foiled the. Seas' attempts and prevented even a shot from twelve yards. Faliser Halt time ended with the hall in centre field. j SECOND HALF j pittsht-rg alter the start of thejgt Louis second half, Lusli was forced to leave rjickson and the goal mouth and clear when his team mates immediately m front of _------. him bungled thmgi m his despern tion he was forced to put the ball over the 'side line. The battle waged in mid6eld-for a period, then the United broke away, Tenaant directing a beauH at Lush proudence which was .nicely saved. The ball .Toronto, went up the field into United terri tory, where the Seas got a corner, but made nothing but it. KEEPING LUSH BUSY The United brought it down, ton, Tennant got. the ball in quick succession to the goal mouth, where Lush was kept husj clearing It was a piece o! rapid fire which culminated in Yennant finding the net with a sizzling (shot from 18 yards. A couple of minutes later, Tenant again rung the bell by clever- ly out-kicking the Seas' 'backs The Seas tooK the nail tiip and then mm an mm now Ixmdon, Slay 9 -Sir John Thun bj't colt KennjmoM, -'t-er ot the Two Thousand la, according to official club boiling now a, firm favorite for the Derby, at B to 2 having displaced, the 'winter favorite, The Tetrnrch, who gone out to 9 to The doubt about the is nether he can he iot icady for the race which Is run at on Was 27 Ills Mad leg popped pre nitration, though he Is reported now tu be doing -some hard galloping Then again, If he EOPB to tho post, there Is the possibility that he may break down, should the going be hard It, however, he is fit and well and can produce his form of last vcar, The Tetrarch's wonderful speed puts him In a' class by himself. Black Jester Is Quoted at.S ,to 1. Tie Game j rdmontim Uta S a hat ting n in the muth, tho Eskimo m naged to no with the Millers and j tl e g rao wa called to dark inc Both Clavton and Concannon Here wild m ihe hrst inning but down later. Score: "Mcose Jav 470 Edmonton 492 ooncannon and Kellj Chiton and Leniieux. 0 Cianc's p'oii-rsio Henmns via llp th. Yankees than w e 1' i all comeinjgn 091 7 lo 0 CranJall anil Brooltiyn-Clucaso: H Baltlmore-Ir-fllanarol! 'through nsr 53 they promise it 'will be a stronn taf I Marly the "Irish i i-- p i r 1 Jl cF in t-a-eer i hs. -J a t 'i! M'I ti B -cr R-u but clipped back to the Intel 'national, where he'e.icnt time Jc-sv and uu1! rather in (different Close Game Vediclne Hit Alta, M v pirn Red ened u the series bv donning Hat C to to lliitm nuz7lpi] the Sox INTERNATIONAL the it came back and Lush a good one. It went -.down again and the Se_as' haU-faack, kicked wide of the net again L dida't char well, the ball Down the saved a dribbler; but found a passagft ibr the hall the posspsslon ol the dangerous times out of the five that It-journey- 1 ed the Overseas' net. ;SEAS SCORE FIRST The' Overseas were the; first to ftally. Brennan turned the. trick about alter the start, arid let tt he known that Brennan was one el the shining lights oi the Seas' team all .through the encounter. The ball went up and down, and three minutes oi less, after the first score, the away, charged the Seas' goal, J. Tennant got in his initial counter, put-ting the Un- l ited on equal terms with their adver- Biyee, hall-hack, being respon- sible. .The'Seas', declared the ball was-out on-the kick three leet, but. curved in, and was declared to play, much to his surprise Brrce, Beyeridge and Tennant were thaping iip well with their combina- tion work for the United. SEAS-WEAKENED It wail getting close-to a half-hour Venice. Oakland San. Francisco Sacramento Tennant, who happened to be loafing, a 'bit unconcerned, at the back oi the players crowded-around-.the goal; it rather surprised him to. see the ball at his feet, but quick', as a Hash he kicked and on it went speeding through Lush was unprepared and his vision was obstructed no doubt br the gang between him and' Ten- nant. That-was the final score of the game. Thereafter the.United appear- ed to he .satisfied to resort to sive tactics and the play was more even for the final twenty minutes, [indianapoll- The Seas came away and Durilop in jKaasss'Citr United goal was forced to Newark Rochester 2 7 6 11 KVT le got them but he was so thfey did not need to hit to win. He i ucd e The Hatters hit Uv-d "nd got waik hut tit aid not fit 11. right Oil j :0 2 aad Si nette Mar He irn Medicine Hrt Rjan But'ei. tin and Barth 3 1 .Jtontreal-Jersoy City: Not sched- I tt i m? ill III I LL 11 1 r- t r run '1 '7 9 5 h' o Chick Big Noise Calsan Fred Chick i hi" roi c la tho dereai of the Broul, 1} Ue He scored all the Quakers runs m the second L Pet laud in the fourth had a tnobagge- 2 .882 i which, with Croil's .error, let go .four T H5 bPB Score 61 -X2100H ft 6 8 5 38 c Igpry 0 a 2 11 Hl! Cad-c u and Trailer, Resetting 13 i 1 .231 Raiu. Ottawa-SL; Thomas: Raia- PACIFIC COAST Portland Los Angele: 2 S 01 irtr-'t St. Louis Pliiiadcl: I Wl n u t u caro o ion IN 1 11 11 Olevclc, if AM. ASSOCIATION CG'lumbus 5 4 2 Minneapolis ;.....12 13 0 'Louisville P llllLoro tt Lous Broo hn Indianspol: bulialo K n C t Pltl -u-'g 10 1" 0 TRIBUTE TO LACROSSB of largo t ever in Cornwsll was of William (9 Titzgibbon nresident the 3S Cmnw-ill e club and one of 500 the p" .471inada. which took place, there last .'129 i Saturday. 15S i Tiie funeral proce Ion wag 2C3 j almost a third o'f a mile ill lenstli, was -headed by the Citizens', band came :tlie members of the Cornwall Fire Brigade tlieir ho e wugo" bearing the handsome floral tributes; the. Cath- olic Order of Foresters, tbe--Knight: of Columnus! the Cornwall Lacros e club ind the Cornwall Retail Mer chants' association. Pet. viS .526 00 .438 .100 .201 Milwaukee latin. Shortly after the kick-off from tllc Koal was to x goal the United got a corner kick twice in succession. The I tnd icoied again, the skill of tUe for a moment and Ten- Paul A'-l. VSSOCIATION Schnapps (HOUMM r r For sharpening tha appetite and stimulat- ing the digestive organs yon will find nothing to equal Wolfe's Schnapps, it ax a "toddy" with hot watert sng Take igar Bin] lemon and a wineglassful of Wolfe's, You will 'find Wolfe's Schnapps the greatest tolac for the vital organs. OtMuifc tl ill UuiL ni totil Distributors Hudson's Bay Company nant put one over the par; The tide changed again in the Overseas1 favor and Simm had a good chance but shot wildly. The Seas secured a cor- ner .but it i availed them nothing. The ball went up and down again, off- sides heing in evidenre on both sides. The United nearly counted another when the ball hit, the goal post, and the same thing happened'shortly al- ter at the other- end of the field when the Seas made it'hot for a spell in the United's territory. SEAS PRESS HARD For the last ten minutes-the Seas presseii the attack but the United seeriied well able to tale care of.the most desperate attempts the Seas were capable of. The game finished, in the gathering gloom 'and the final whistle saw -rain commencing to spattsr. Referee! Moore let get by him, owing to the darkness, no doubt. The weather, though .threatening rain, was and a. very fair crowd turned out. The.impres- sion made by the United was exceed- ingly good and the next time thep play, there a bumper crowd out, especially when they mert the Callies. The teams North Lethbridge Frier, Ness Bryco, Maclndoe, Bell; Boveridge, A. Tennant, J. Tennant, R. Anderson, Clayton. Overseas: Lush; Corless, Shaw J. Bannerman, Ballingall, JlcOinnls Harper, Robertson, Brennan, Simm' Breeze. NORTHWESTERN 1 ilwa il ee Loi il Irfunapiu s i 'I 1 Cleveland Seattle Victoria. Spokane Tacoma 4 6 11 NORTHERN Fort William. Winnipeg Superior Fargo Duluth Wlnona Virginia Grand Forks St. Paul W. 12 13 11 13 S 8 7 7 Pet. .067 .650 .579 56 )00 361 INVITATIONS NOW OUT FOR DAVIS CUP TRIALS Ne'iv York. N.Y., May tions to compete for places on the Davis Cup lerun were sent out tddfl by the cup committee. This is the first stop looking to the playing of the international tennis championship! inuted included not only the Drinking first ten plaiers 1 ut thi Portable motors and aeria.1 propel- lers have tiean placed on the market IIICKERBQGKIR BERLIN a Class A men. and of others who were not rated in the 1013 list of i j players. Naturally the list Is headed by Maurice B. McLaughlin, last year': winner, and T. C. Bundy, his partner u the doubles championships FREAK SWIMMER Buster Bllohsky, a swimmer ot New London. Conn., announces that ho attempt to swim ten miles next summer, with his hands and feet chained, and a man strapped to hla back whose weight will exceed 200 pounds..VEliohsky, perhaps 'the greatest freak-in the history of aquat- ics; -while manacled' himself tagged a boat with seven passengers on board for- eight miles- last-fall, so. his state- ment may be serious, though' it sounds amusing. Elionsky is twenty years old. Try To Find Seats So Completely Comfortable In Any Other Car The RUSSELL-KNIGHT'S rear seat an forty-eight inches wWe. That's Inches seat- room per putenser. The width of a realty comfort- able chtir. Comfort is ImpowiUe on a seat of lew width than this. Try to find in any other any ton- neau seat of such unusual comforll Measure See for yourself how most so-called 5-passenger cart are merely 4-passenger cars at best, s We tried Measured scats by the score. Only a very few could even approach the KNIGHT in this respect. And they were cars. While the RUSSELL-KNIGHT "28" sells at COMPLETE If you want REAL five-passenger COMFORT in a five-passenger ride in the RUSSELL-KNIGHT "28." After one such you're in the market for a car at or none but the RUSSELL can possibly meet your ideals of comfort Remember, too, that comfort is only one of the many advantages in the__ RUSSELL- KNIGHT. and see the others. seventy our ch.lle'ng. itlll J open Because no manufacturer or owner ear expect a poppet valve motor to equal the record- breaking performance! of the RuMell Knight. RUSSELL MOTOR CAR CO., Limited HEAD OFFICE AND FACTOPY-WEST TORONTO BRANCHES Toronto, Hamilton, MorrtrMl, Winnipeg, Culgary, Vancouver, MclboiJrni Harley-Davidson Motorcycle 1914 CANADUN PRICES (F.O.B. Milwaukee, including Model Model 260.00 Model Model 310.00 Model 355.00 Sidecar 100.00 ALSO EXCELSIOR AND YALE MOTORCYCLES. M. PRIEST 511 6th St. South. Phone 1856. Aak tor LOOK HERE OVERSEAS CUUB The OvMncai Poothall cluh will hold committee mooting on Tuesday for hlcycleB, canoes and Ice craft. Popular Polishes ;