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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LfeTirRRlDGR DAILY KEHALP LOCAL'ANb WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS ALL READY FOR THE OPENING GAME At a meeting of the City fotball league held In the 'Dallas hotel last evening; President Robins' presiding, irrarigements were made for the open- ing' -league; game in Athletic.. Park Tuesday at G.30, between the Calllea and S. O. E. teams. Jack ,-.Davis was appointed referee. .The drawing up of the-intermediate schedule'WRB postponed owing to the faflurf of the Y. .M. C.-A. delegates to put in BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Standings Today ;.New York jumped into the lead in the National yeaterday ai a lutt of a win Loult, while former, leaden, the Cincinnati RetJi, were'beaten by the Phillies. National WOULDN'T GO BACK Doc'Geiiler, the outfielder. who was Washington team last, sea ion, IB to retire from the same for good. Doc was sold last1- winter to the Kansas City club of the American Association, but- refused to go back io the minors. He is at present study- _isg nt the Johns Hopkins University 'in Baltimore. When he has completed .JiiB course there be intends to gorto (Germany and take a further course of IS months. He expects to settle Sown in Pittsburg on completing bis medical studies. Vew Tork u iuctnuaU Chicago Boston Broklyn Philadelphia Pltttljurg W. L. 15 4 Pet .789 .700 .524 .438 .412 .3S9 .238 American Chicago Boston Philadelphia. Washington fjetrdt st. LOUJ, New W. L. 17 5 12 7 10 7 10 9 Pet. .773 .632 .588 .52 .47 .40 .3S .18v Results of Games 5-6. Brooklyn Plttablirg Oil 100 5 Brooklyn 100 020 li S :i Heiidrix, Kooinsoii and Gibson and Simon: Kent, Rucker and Phelps. 4-3 Philadelphia Philadelphia 002 000 -I 3 Incinnati 010 001 381 Seaion and Graham Frome and McLsan. 2-1 Boston Chicago.....000 000 1 1 0 Boston :.....200 000 Smith and Archer; Hoss and Kling. 8-3 New York It. (iouis 002 010 3 S 2 V'O'Y YcTk 811 0 Reading Lightii fyber Sports Returns "Doo" Barbour, Tnber's crnok hock- to be carried out'-in SQUABBLE OVER TITIE IB Pacl-sy McFarland or Ad Wolgast the Lightweight Champion? "Plnj Hall'" joil hear the fins exclaim when of a dragging game, when all the pkj crs pause to state their Illumes m a joint debate, or M hui HIM go about their biz as though they Ind the rlicnm itiz And if do not heeii tl o inncn that s given bj the bleachers bunch find when next they start to plai (hat all the fens have stayed away. The talking graft is all in vain, and loafers givo the world a pnln The fan" bo -ltd tl o i c o'l fo dc fi Ui sluggard in Int, strife ThLj U have but little use for jou, who till what ion intenil to do, and Imid out promises galore but, sorachou never stem to score Xo matter ivhat jour stunt may be, in this conntrj of the free, jou 11 find thit loafing nevei pajs tut out the flosij stand put in hnrdtst Hcks and shacks and gtt right don-n to Old Brass Tacks, and, undismayed by bruise or fad, go right in short, play ball! Alberta Red No.'2 Alberta Hud No. Alberta Red S'o. 4 Alherta Roil S'o. R Alhorta N'o Albcui Hod Builej No 3 I3a lei 4 Buu per. ton Shoi per ton Oat, jier Ion sacked Rolled'-oats Butter and Egpe Dairy" hntlcr Creamorj bnttei IVfga fresh Pot-itoes pel cwl Potatoes, pei ton I! els jier Ib pu Ib Cabbage Ib !elei> pei pound 'ir nips nferoiouna Onions por Ib Cattle.on the'Hoof: iteerB, Cav. per pound pressed, per pound Sheep: per cwt. fc DresBed, per cwt, iressed; -per Ib...... i' on-t oilltry eese, Jive, 4... urkeys hiptena neks ay: iltivated hay In bulk Idei: per ID. ured ry ieep pelt, each imbiskins icarllngs orse -hides, jrre nound ind it i gued that those figures should rule in this connhv The filendb of ttol gist assert that the Michigm boy is the legitimate champion at 133 inc that Piokey is m lealitv a. welter weight WeFirland cannot get down to 133 pounds aiul be at his best Some of the best men in thw ring, who are nuppo'jed to be lightweights, fight their battles at 135 or heavier Leach'Cross, One Round Hogan, Jack Brittoii, Jack Goodman, Willie' kitchic, Tommy Slurphy, Matty Baldwin and .1 host of others, .'guides Paciey Mc- at tlielr best fighting trim at 133 and prefer fight1, al this weight than llgnre. It Is rosslble that sorae''move will be matlo TRICK TO BEAT THE BOXING LAW ATTEMPTED IN NEW YORK Referee Merely Lifted Stewart's Arm, Which Meantj Decision Over Gunboat Smith Winnipeg, May grain mar kets today vveiie: Tied Deer, 10; Edmonton, 9 Edmonton, 9.-rFord'3 w'ildness n the hot lost" the game for Edmon- on, Hurley's bunch .winning 10. to When the score was.9 to 3 against tho ionic team in the'third, Ford was rc- ilaced by Clayton, nnd .Edmonton, by uperb balling, gradually crept up mi- ll they.wore within one tho game was .called on account of dark- mas In the seventh. Score: lad Deer S04 201 9 3 300 024 9 13 3 Manning and-Bliss; nil Welnholt. Ford, Clayton Tho Highlanders havo been without ho services of Birdie Crcc, their best batiman. .Birdie.lias laid np with an attack of grip. This may ccount for the poor shoeing made y the Hill A battle McFarland nnd Wolsast Is what tha fight fans would dearly'love to see Bttorts 'havq been made for a long tinjo to get Ihc'so two stars in the to no purpose as yofc One largest Plirsas ever offered lor a bout' cut- sldo of the' heavyweight 'class would he put up for the match. In ij'short bout tho advantage would 'be vvitfi ycFarland, as lie 13 regarded as the fastest hover in the world today Wol- gasl would shine to better advantage in a longer Up Is1 not as sclenced a love artist as McFnrland, but Is a harder littler nnd lias .wonder- ful powers of ondiiritnce. The weight, question would be the stickler in bring Ing about a bout .between the two. MuFarland would prefer 13S pounds, New lork llaj Stewart of: Brooklyn, defeated Gunboat Smith, of: California, in a ten-round bout at Uional Sporting Club last nlghf Smith was 17t> and Stevirt pounds Vt the end of the tenth round referee without a word wilk d oier to and laiwd Stewarts 11 m high his hea-d, tho melhod in vogue in indical- mg a winner when were per nulled in this state It was general Iv understood that In thas manner tho referee would lender a lee sion and it accepted as a decision Considerable surprise was exhibit the fans who were not on to ii at the action oc tho referee