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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBR1DQE DAHY HEBALD Friday. May J Ol SeCOllu Contest I-Catties, carao down to the centre ot No Score wag the the Selfl and kicked a foul in order j not to freeze. The first ball ended by neither teacis scoring. I Not being able to score in the first I half the Callies wont at it hard from to zero tells the nwdfe of the second half to football last evening be-j end.of ibe game. Goalkeeper ESn to. Callies and Westminsters, i Summer three Callies irom sad the Westminsters The Itee-up was as follows __ Goal, Mdntvre and haW backs, Easion, iWhyto and Olen forwards, McMur- trie, Moore, Gallagher, Thompson, HUMAN MACHINE OF'THE LINKS and Bae.- Sum- Whelen and S ia-rt foiwerds.. Wright, Siram, Horns j fTenniuit and. Stafford. j At tto. beginning of the game ttaft -was a slUM breeze biowircg which did i not amount to" much., but the Callies i had the benefit bt it. From .he begin- j anrf _f .-r ams; of tbe game to the ena 01 it better suits. It was not until the second half that- Seaman began to play and when he began he certainly went at it. One of .the Westminsters' men sot off-side and thev lost another each team comoinatioa there broken up by the op- and it was to he onlooker that Tier were aot pro- V- j v. A nciea? m trm 01 plaving. DUE- j Veterans tried -hard to scow torn. "o fill that tJlls was neaL' sad did not al- Calliesr foal' but backs S00fl Lakewood. X. J., Mar Walter! champion, al'ter a sensational match thera Westminsters got jJt out tfaere- !J- Travis> thc golf machine i in the final round o! the spring tour- up tried also to score but they did'-cot do any better .than fuCebai1 the whistle ble-w for from Garden City, earse off- with fly- nament on the links of the Country She Callies-.- sot all 'the beginning, but j ihe men soon turned up and "the game- jrroceeded. near the Westminiters' Tie old Veterans-, were (SO31 not any nearer than it had been on several other occasions, and j the people went home well pleased jwifh the game, although there had j-been.no scoring. The Caflks made-a loul sear, tae I 'centre- IhieT-and j. ilcked the ball directly in- front of j IW F flf A? their opponents1 goal, but-the backs jAvllHI I Hi LUvflL returned it and Gallagher tried to" -score, but the Westminsters took the bail ciway- from, him and tried to play j a' combination, but this" was soon j broken up by the Scotchmen. Whelen nlared a grand defence forj ig colors once again by' defeat-ing i Club of Lakewood. Mr. Travis won Herreshofi, the metropolitan only after an extra hole had been round necessarv. This made the- third time in two vears the pair have met T.aLWnnrt Ifr Tra-; LoCftl-notables. Will OCCUPy tflC pitch- Lake-wood. finalists. Mr. Travis now wears glasses in his matches. LACROSSE CIRCLES Calling Meeting to Form District Football League The axecutive of the city-football Pose of promoting district football, league met at the Dallas Hotel last j evening and entered into a suitable ar- rangement with' tie City Baseball Lea- -n Mtlve movement the -v is j i vA- tned- to- score, but cthe .nearest to it was oyer the -top of the goal. Glen also Tbe provincial league nave been using: the prod to up th.e dormant state of affairs and matrolng out a plan of action. Transfer. Player An the transfer CANADIAN TURF VICTORY ABROAD EX-TORONTONIAN WON FOR SECOND TIME JAPANESE .CHALLENGE TROPHY Toronto, May A. G. Fletcher, of ,_, -n T. ----'Metropolitan Bank, received gue for the use.and care of the Ath-i1- Barber from tbe S. O..E.-to tbe caDlegram today from his brother letic park for games 'tins'Reason. Foot- j Westminster club was favorably------ Y. M. C. A. and Sporting Goods Open the Season Schedule Drawn Up At the Athletic park, Monday ev- ening'next, at 6.30 sharp, the city baseball league will start on its 1911 jaunt. The Sporting Goods and the Y.M.C.A.' will be the first contest- ants in the race of the three clubs composing the league for the high honors of baseball supremacy in this: fair-city. The league executive met last ev- ening in the- Arcade, drafted a sche- dule, and made final arrangements for the opening-. A_ grounds committee was selected, whose business it shall be to have everything in that department per- fected for the opening game, which promises to be quite a pretentious ai- iak, U Old Sol can be induced to wear his hobble skirt and deliver some tailor-made. weather conditions. May 29., 3.. while the JadJans ivffl nicy District League Game at 'Tsber Sporting h the a -be; played is jcelved and if the.approval of .the S. mattertte play- schedule already drawn up, which calls question will be switcbed.- a little 'ate .but die old' for games on Tuesdays 'and Thnrs- tried several -shots .but- was ilways scands good fn this it baseball On one occasion when "it is better late than ner- CaHies tried to put in a. goal; the referee. R.'Tennant, saw that some j Archie McCorvie and Tim Dunne .roen were oa-side aud the j are investigating the feeling for the game here this season. had kick. large amount of credit is due Whyte" and Crawford, for not letting I the Westminsters tally, and also J 3ARS LIFTED be Arnold Referee Tie executive favored Referee Ar- in session for the purpose' of arrang- ing use" of the athletic grounds on specific davs of" the in accordance to_.the wish of the'pro- J. C .Fletcner, manager for of jPrietor> 5ft. C. J..Eckstona. An'agree the Snn Life Insurance We- conference and taining the announcement of the vie- schedulas ot both were allowed tory of the latter's horse, Blue Bon- stand 'as already- drawn up. nets, in the race for'the -Emperor'si grounds be 14.... June June 26 SO a challenge trophy presented by j baseball "on Mondays, the city league- teams (Mondays, Wcd-jnoid as main oSeial.in.the S. O. B.-J the Emperor of Japan to dacide the nesdays and 'Fridays. Arrangements game, of Tuesday supremacy among the race were made with tae thg kingdom. to nave the grounds Cor football of'the following Tnursday. wHeu there were.no base-j __ games which is the for Wednesdays, and Fridays; football'will have the balance of the week. However, it was agreed that; the- football league 7 July 10. July 14.. July 17.. to July 21., July Goods r The race was tihe feature of thc should haFe tbe right to''Wednesday i spring meeting of the-Nippon Baoe i evenings. for. postponed t.lnn nolrt oi- a result of Os- Gallies to bulse the net. ''yard. University'for a race, it is under (day set apart for district league games there not being more 'than' four of; tnem and one faJHuif will be exclusive for fooCball held Yokohama truck, and On several occasions Seaman broke j stood that the stewards of the Henley !at the park- if the P-lay ers. wish. ;to use combination of the old Veterans, j-regatta-a-il! this year snspend'the rule Rae lost a chance of scoring by kick-i. debarring American universities from ing the ball over the Tras Jacking a corner, sent the -ball towards oal when ise j competing for tiie grand challenge tud Seaman the Calliss goal. Near the end or-the first half Mclu tyre, the goal keeper for the .CUP, The Harvard crew will thus hare an opporrunity of .entering for tbe Blue -Kibbon event. it for practice. District Football There was a discussion district football league. It was decided to in- vite -Grassy .Lake, -Macleod and Pincber Creek to a.meeting in trie near future in. this .-city .for the pur- was run today as the fourth race on the card. The cablegram says: "Blue Bonnets won easily." Mr. Fletcher won the cup test year with his mare Woodbine, and only once (before has it been won twice by the same owner. He is an ei-Toron- jtonian .well known here and, a thor- y loyal Canadian. He races un- j der the name of "Mr. and has iis horses after the famous in -Canada. He was home last The Neglects to carry a supply of ROXBORO CIGARS Their flavor and aroma appeal strongly to the discriminating -smolder TRY ONE TO-DAY L0CAL POMAYER Gives Professional Sharp From Outside Close Run Henning, the pool player., who been beating all comers in -Calgary on a visit and the past two weeks, came who will -be pleased to terday and was soon on the'Jbok out'learn of ais continued success on the Tor games''with local cue artists. It J'apaiiese turf' did not take long for him to'find an opponent either, for -w.hile Kenning was in the pool hall of and Prince, in dropped Connie Nowak, and they had four., sociafole games. Of course it was. expected that Henning- would stow Connie up, but he had con- siderable difficulty in .beating- the local '.boy, and tie four games- ended each Having -won two games Henning is certainly, an artist'. with the ivories, and the way he handles the cue ball is amazing, as he' can draw or follow after a into for the next one. ..The only advantage he had over 'Nowak was in his safety shots, 'and in this style of play he is a master. He refuses to public will be In addition to being the year of his Coronation, it take hard chances and plays safe, and is. his broke 99 targets out of a possible 100 from the sixteen yard line and the one he missed was thrown from the trap at a mean angle. The club team chalked up a total of 471, twenty-seven more than the Gary quintette, which finished second. The steel town representatives bad a total of 444, -while the aggregation from Shore clirb had 443. HERE are the suits to wear from now until cbid weather .-conies again. Elegant Worsteds from Irish' 61ue imported Flannels in plain and stripe effects. In Fit-Reform's most exclusive styles, which appeal to all good dressers. f McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lethbridge, ;