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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, KAY u. LETHBBIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FITB ISMIIH SHOULD TURF CLUB WILL HOLD MEET EMPIRE DAY, MM 25 Records Give American Fighter Edge on Frenchman-To Meet in London in June CARPENTIER NOT VERY WELL KNOWN Geoige Cjrpentier, the mostpupuiar tguter that France ever produc; cd, lias been matUicd to meet "Gun- boat" Smith in London, some' time in s-mie month that Frank Moran will attempt to erase the black smudge from pugilism. Carpentier and Smith, it is report- ed, mil fight for a slake of 52 ,000, offered by Dick Burge, and a side Dei of 500 And from this end it looks like Smith for the big portion of the purse. not difficult to become a pugi- listic idol ill France, and illie .journey has been all the for Carpentier. because he is a nalne born. But, as far as being a real heavyweight cham- pionship contender, Carpentier is still an quantity career in the squared arena has been sensational, to sav the least, for Carpentiel has, been champion of Krance in every class, hut whether he hab eloped to the tiue champion- ship point has let to be determined. There is one thing in favor of the IFlcnch is apparent ly improving with age and experi- ence. In 1912 Carpentier was defeat- ed by Frank Klaus and Billy Papke, the former a good lighter and the lat- ter mediocre.. Losing, to.a hack nuni; her like Papke, this sidc'bf tl.e considered all in be- fore he met. the Frenchman; hurt Car- pentier's stock extensively, hut in the past eighteen months ho'has practic- ally redeamed himself arid, in the. ejes ot hit, Puns admirers, is' invin- cible. ,-SEVES KNOCKOUTS You remember the big und lucceiiful day of aports held at the exhibition lait Empire Day by the Lethbrldge Turf Club! You remember the good time that had! 'lin't It good newt to you to know that the Turf Club are going to come across'brv the: of this month with another of their stellar enter- Thpy.are-going to brown this time and they have every reason to believe that they will be able to excell by far their offering last year. They have a better horse flesh to draw upon, and with the ex- perience of last year to go upon, It it quite reasonable to believe that they will be successful In their efforts with a fair break'In the weather. Hive you heird of Qarlind MIC? If you have not heard of Garland you have heard of Homer Mac, iurely. Garland Mac Is a ion of Homer. He Is a two-year-old owned by W. McClain, of Monarch, the well-known owner of Homer Mao T here IB no colt in the country that gives bettor .promise than Garland Mac. His record Is an eighth of a mile In fifteen seconds, a two- minute goer. Garland Mae will be Men In a race against time here Empire Day. Homer Mac, be seen performing, and another celebrated horse owned by Mr. McClain, Patrick D'Oro.: Patrick D'Oro is a piece of horse Both he and Homer Mac have been entered in the 2.06 pace for at the Panama Ih 1915. These horses.ctass wlth'the world's best and every follower of thefwestern'circuit acquainted with their wonderful work'and possibilities. That itn't ill. Joe McGregor will be here for the Empire Day doings. This good horse just before coming te Canada stepped off a mile m 207'4 at Los Angeles. He too is. i McClain horse There will be many other fist steppers here besides these star performers. They will be announced later. The order of the program at the present stage of the plans calls for.a 2.15 pace or 220 tret far a purse of trst cr pscc for purse ofj half-mile'pony race, best two In three heats; half mile .dash for ponies. The races Will start promptly at 2 p.m. and there will delays be- tween the heais, which.was a distinct feature that caught the favor of the last1, year. Entries for nil these events will close May 23. There Is going to be something doing here Empire Day this year and don't forget It. You'won't need to go out of town for your fill of sport. There will be plenty right at GET READY: HERALD ROAD RACE Hunners..are, now commencing: tola friend of. his, E; tiain for the fine-mile JicraM annual I have covered the In 1913 Carnenticr had nine bouts and was victorious- in every, one ot them. Seven urns. were by the' knock- out route, while in the other two he outpointed his man Among the mwi beaten" .were: Marcel Moreau, Bands- man Rice, George Guhther, Jelt Smith and Bombadier Wells. Carperit.ieVs most significant vic- tory last ;vear, his knockout o( Wells in four rounds at Ghent. This contest TVBS not regarded seriously in America, because both principals had failed to. show class against lop- notch American fighters, but hi ropejt inennt the heavyweight cham- pionship cf the continent. Carpentier did to Wells1' what Al Palzer and "Gunboat" Smith had. done a few months previously put him down for the count. DRAWS WITH. JEANNETTE 'A few mouths ago Wells'- tried to regain his 'lost- prestige, hut in this .Contest .he was knocked out in. the fll'st round by Carpciitier. Probably Carpentier hest showing in the ring road race which takes place A car tlie first time the was run and it v> as w on Thomas Donoghue. The .'trophy, which competition by Ltimes but Adolphson, i couple of past.wt.ek Ihe course ;iy changed tin-, ,cai practically the same Ljst year the runners started the Lcthbridge Hetalo, Printing Co at the instigation of the Citizens' Dominion Day sports committee last ycai, is ou exhibition at the Y 1VI C A anil is the property of tho winner for 364, days of the >car, nhen it reverts back to the Herald foi the odd day to be given out again to whomsoever it intend to i the Herald j street ,to ,7t 1 back to Oince-.-WD down avenue, along 7th park street, along 13th to 3rd a1 cuue, down 3rd-to Gtli street, and back to the Herald. The course is.. approximiitely five miles and was done Donoghue m 32 minutes. He is going to loner this several minutes, lie opines, next 1st of July morning The of'Faikenberg to the Feds, and the injury to Steen made'it im- perative for Cleveland to have tome right-handeri to help out Blandlng. Rip Hagerman Sftcms to be the make a place for himielf on the as he has everything neces- sary to make a star slabman. Several years ago he was with the Cubs but was turned back for more experience. He's been getting it ever since, Reason with Portland in the Coast league, n, CAPABLANCA LEADS Cuban Chess Expert Looks Like Win- ne'r of Masters' Tourney at St. Petersburg NATIONAL Boston.............. 00 1 Now York............ 2 11 'i Tyler, Cochrano and Whaling; 'Mat- hewson and Meyers. 10 2 St. Louis.............. 0 6 1 Ylngling and Clarke; Robinson and Snyder. Brooklyn............. 14 IB 6 Philadelphia........... 3 10 4 Reulbach and Fischer; Chambers, Dooin, Acschenger and Burns. Chicago 302 201 15 4 Plttsburg 000 100 273 and Archer; Cdnselman, 6'Toole and Gibson. SUNDAY GAMF.S Cincinnati............ 102 St. Louis 340 Bcnton, Douglas and Clark Sallie and Pittsburg....................... 150 Chicago 490 McQuellan, Adams., and Gibson; Cheney and Archer. AMERICAN New York.... 3 8 0 Boston............... 2 94 McHale and Sweeney; Collins, Bed- lent and Carrlgan. Detroit 11 3 Chicago 4 10. 6 Main, Daus and Stanage; Husietl, fasper and Mayer. 'hiladelphia, 001 010 9 1 Washington 010 000 S 3 and Lapp; Shaw aud Handy. St. Louis lleveland i Batteries- 000 100 10 0 400 000 -Baumgardner and new; Gregg and O'Neil. SUNDAY GAMES 'leveland St. Louis 7 .1 4s- 4 .1 IJagerman and Carisch James and Agtinv; Detroit....... 0 1 Dauss aad; Stariage Cicottc Schalk. St Petersburg, May ended! eslerutn in tne elimination round of Buffalo FEDERAL the International chess masters' tour- nament, wjth Jose R. Capablanca, the Cuban expert, well in the lead of all -the competitors. The final orc Capablanca, won 8, lost 2; Laslier won lost Tar- Alechihe, rasch, won wonp 6. lost 4; Bernstein, stein, won y, woii 4, lost 6; Blackburne, won lost Janowski, won los't I lost Marshall, rivoii 0, 'lost won 6, lost 5; Ruben- lost Niemzowltsch, was .recorded he hud Joi. weeks L ilmttti. lo a dciw in Beating Veils m such quick and decisive fashion was no wonderful .'perJurmance on tlie part of Carpentier, but in holding Jeaunulle to an even ...break he did something let the get ijia care foi more than one. day He's m training now for the big event which proved the feature of the Dominion Day sports heic last year. Donoghue from all parts of the country who are not professionals are incited to take part. Send .your name fto the Sporting Editor of the Herald. Capablanca, Laaker, Tarrasch, Al; echlne and .Marshall 'will begin on Monday a double round tournament, to determine the winners of the prizes. for years, and- Carpenter's showing him "indicates that the Frenchman is a much better fighter than his battles Klaus and Papke indicate. SMITH'S RECOIID BEST However, the record of Smith, the awkward .the terrific ininf.h. is superior to Carpentior's, and lie will doubtless enter the ring favorite over the Frenchman.' Dur- ing, tlfo past.year Smith has defeated FEDSOUTDRAW that must cause reflection. is one of the colored trio who Chicago, III, May to- day, for the first time, ball games', and people attend- ed. The largest crowd went to Fed: eral league park, where' Mordecai Brown and Joe Tinker attracted some twenty thousand to the St. Louis game, Bombadier Wells, Geo. liodel, Jess I. T1'e American league contest Vltli Willald, Jini' Oafl Morris, j Detroit, and the National league game Tony lioss, Charlc.y Miller, Sam with PIttsbxirg attracted crowds al- Dominated the heavyweight division tto j Langforil, and Arthur anil has most eaualiy as" large, have been generally credited with holding Three more triple conflicts in Chi the white heavyweight 'championship, 'cago are on the schedule this season. AT THE BUTTS RIFLE Gue McLeod Davidson Dryons Routledgei Winters CLU.B 200 11. 29 SCORES 500 tiOO 32 27 28 27 25 21 Definition, of Man A ittle girl wlien asked by flier teach- er to distinguish between the human and the animal families, replied: A brute is an imperfect beast; man a perfect Home Journal Kansas Rity 3 2 and Anderson, Blair Allan; Harris Pittaburg.. 5 11 -2. 4 Walker .and Berry; Groom and Si- mon. St. Loiiis Baltimore 3 1 ........'0 Indianapolis 39 2 Suggs aud Jacklitach; Mullln. aud Raridan. Brooklyn Chicago and Land: Bren- nan and Wilson. 000 001 5 000 010 7 SUNDAY GAMES Kansas City................... Falkenberg and Rariden Stone, I-Ienning and Easterly. St. Louis Chicago 6 11 7 9 12 4 Cullop, S 2 8 2 Brown and Hartley Hcndrix, Fisk und Wilson. INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES First Jersey City 6 Iff Montreal -1 3 THE FAMOUS CAMBEIDGE-OXFORD BOAT RACE i r Showing tlie Cambridge loam vlth P C Lhiiuston tho uirouvcr boj, lowing tlilrd Icnd'ng tho OvtoiJ ciew ky nultn a dlstanrp at Hnrnci Brldjo Onubrldio won nut. Second Jersey City Montreal.................. AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 4, Minneapolis 4, (called, Cleveland 4, St. Paul 9. Louisville 0, Milwaukee 13. Indianapolis 13, Kansas City 4, SUNDAY OAilES Milwaukee 0, Indianapolis 3, St. Paul 0, Colunibiis 1. Knnsas City 9, Louisville 11.. Minneapolis 7, Cleveland 3. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 2, Portiind 0. Victoria -1, Seattle 2. Tacoma 6, Spokane 3. PACIFIC COAST Portland 3, Los Angelee 3. San Francisco 2, Sacramento 1. Venice 0, NORTHERN Virginia C, Winnipeg 7. Virginia 8, Winnipeg I. Duluth 2, Kargoai: Superior 6, Grand Forks 7. Fort William 1; Winona 6. SUNDAY OAiMES Fort William 1t Winona 1. Duluth 3, Fargc- 0. Superior 8, Grand Forks 8. An Evin Break Calgary, Alta., May Bronte and Quakers broke even on Saturday, the locale taking a slugging match, score 13 to 11, in 'which each team bad two pitchers. In the evening contest, the Quakers had it easy. ng 7 to 1, Beer being: Invincible. Afternoon game score: Saskatoon 11 1IM Calgary 13 U J0 Northrup, Kellie and .Walters; Frlnk anil Ryan. Evening same score; Saskatoon Calgary Beer and Walters 8 0 1 Brotvn Jonea Broke Hoodoo Edmonton, Alta., klmoa broke their peek's Hoodoo, ano after losing the afternoon game, got into the Tinning column fey defeat ing; Moose Jaw 4 to 3, althouEli It took an extra Inning p do it In spite of the team loslof, over H 000 people paid iflmiwiioa' durlne the week Afternoon same score: Moose Jaw.. 780 Edmonton 5 11 4 Concannon, Gavin and Kelly; RUB sell, Spaulding and Nelson. Evening game score MooBe 362 Edmonton .1 ...483 Jarrott and Kemmer; Kileen, Ciay ton >nd Spencer. S.ilit Double Medicine Hat, Alta., .May icine Hat and the Reglna Red Sox broke even ou Tne locals took the first game, 8 to 6, while the visitors took the second 8 to 1 Manager Stls IB after pitchers, and. has a line on three, good .ones, legina has a good team, except in :he box. Bollerider pitched--a., good ;ame, and was a puizto to the Hat- :ers In the second came. Afternoon" game score: 0 Medicine Hat 8 .11 5 Butteroff and Sinetto; Lind and Bliss. Evening game score: Reglna.........I. 8 12 4 Medicine Hst 1 -4 1 Bollenger and Roth; 'Buckles and Earth. NATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES First, Baltimore 3 Bultalo 3 Pittsburg Brooklyn.. i. Philadelphia Vew York 11 Cincinnati St. Chicago.. ...j W. 15 '9 t. P.O. Second game- Baltimore Buffalo Jersey City Montreal '3 4. 7 3 Xnwatk Rochester Providence 6 Toronto 0 .'CANADIAN SATURDAY GAMES First Petcrboro Eric Second Peterlioro........................ 2 Eric.................. L....... ......'3 First game-- Ottawa 5 St. Thomas...................... Second Ottawa............ St. Thomas 4 6 2 8 3 7 1 9 1 9 3 Hi 0 7 4 Tiranlford 2 8 Toronto London is-a 8 1 .780 .571 .476 .409. .364 LOOK WHO'S A face that'was very familiar' in Letbbridge baseball circles a few years ago turned up in the city yes-, terdav. The Face belongs to the good and honorable knight of the diamond, Johnny -Mackin. Johnny is 'well membered as a player on first Lethbrldge professional team ot 1947, and of the team o! holding down the keystone sack. With exit of professional baseball hern Johnny left for Edmonton, where hi managed the team there in Wes- tern Canada league for a Ha was later engaged in business ik.thc capital; and, was -there until the spring of last year, when he joined the liegiua club. From Reglna he went to his home in Sault Ste Meri< with his family, from which place hs just returned. Johnny has suffered a sad bereave- ment since he left Lethbndge and thi sympathy ot all his friends li Leth- hridge is accorded him. Last March Mrs. Mackin passed away at nee home, and of a family of three chili dren Johnny has but one boy toft. Johnny is back in this part ot the country at the advice o! his doctor, who advised him to take to the mountains, .For the good in Lethhridge it is hoped that Leth- bridge will prove close enough to the mountains io suit the purpose for which we now greet Johnny la this cits LOOK HERE NORTH LETHBHIDOE UNITED F.C. All players at the aoove club ara requested to meet at tonight at 8 p.m. for trsjuuit., The committee Is also requested tb tie on hand. CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE There will be a meeting of the City League baseball clubs tomorrow ey- ening at the T.M.C.A., at. 8-o'eloelr. All clubs are asked to have a repre- sentative present. NOTICE TO, CALLUS All CaRle players are requested lurn up tomorrow night at the Y.M.C. A for training. Time, 7.45 sharp. BASEBALL PRACTICE TONIGHT There is a baseball practice slated, tor the ball park this to which-every hall totter In town ia cordially welcome. Then will be meeting of tjie club executive at .'tlie the jrictlce to select a manager for the district league Ne'w suits wrtrA-At-ii-irei; ati day'night from Harold A. Co, Toronto, through. Kanny Alllni They will be here about the end of this week, it is expected; They will be gre.v, with black trUamlnifi Boston .3 11 AMERICAN Detroit..... Philadelphia.. Washington New York St Louis Chicago Boston Cleveland 16 q 9 9 n 10 6 FEBERAL Baltimore St. Louis Indianapolis Chicago Brooklyn Buffalo Kansas City Pittsburg. ao P.O. .096 .563 :527 .527 :524 .435 135 .383 .591 .558 KILBANE TO OPEN CAMPAIGN IN LIGHTWEIGHT DIVISION Cleveland, Ohio, May tlon of featherweight champloa jphil Kilbane to campaign in. the Ujht- eifht evidenced today. when he signed articles to flgtit John' Griffith of Akron, Ohio, at Canton. Ohio, on July .4. Griffith, lightweight hamplon of Ohio, has fought most of he leading Ijghtwelghta of the coiin- jy. He and Mllbane will weigh ia at 133 pounds ringside. 11 to .624 6 7 4G2 '7 .438 8 12 .400 6 12 .333 Thrifty Lover When she returned from. her sum- mer vacation she received him. with an Icy demeanor. "I'm going to jive you back our en gagement said "I love an other you fire me nit name and ad dresul' he enquired, M took ring. "His elcalued. In What us io Kill 'No Indeed the I want to sell him thti It Would Help "it would telp some If you .1. pretty wife." "Alas, I am a 'laid malefactor of great wealth. "1 have an idea. You and I'll have you gV on the with ah attractive in attend- City CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWCET, MILLOW ind JUICY MinufssturM' ky ROCK CITY TOtACCO CO. Quckee till ;