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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBBTPGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, May IS, Opening Game in the Gity Baseball League Monday Famous Veteran Pitcher III FIGHT MABIKO Final Terms cfosed for the Big Wrestling Match BfLL POSTER WLL LEAVE WINNIPEG TO SET FOR-'FRAY AD. WOLGAST NO LONGER FLUKE CHAMP-SON, SAYS JAMES J. CORBET (Sy James J. Cerbett) Manchester, N. H'., -May boxing critics are sinking a ierent tune these fine spring the lightweight championship anc the 'possibility of a successor the -present title holder asse under cqn-j sideration. Wolgast has been, what you might call a great favorite; metrOjpoIitaji spoKtinsr writers and afisr the recent bouts "Kncefcoat" Brown the Michigan bey! was lambasted vesbally right and -j by .the men wiiose cut ice in i ilistern boxing circles. Ad was referred to as a fluke pion, most -critics, ginng Brown credit! for two victories Cadillac Kid.j eithOBgh the mere conservative werej Inclined to Jet matters go at a while really close observers opined j that T7olgast had a shade, inasmuch; as he was doing; about ail the fighting i aiear the. finish, of the'bouts. Chicago, May final agreement for the Labor Day match between F. Goteh. title holder, and Geo. Hackeaschmidt was signed to- day and ?5000 of the guarantee demanded by Gotch was deposited. A second 000 must be deposited Aug- ust 15 and on the day tiotch arrives in Chicago to complete training. Ad's AtSrtuc- Responsible ram IssStoed to the viev that rsiher" "cpefcy" of espying self about and. of talking of his fe3s in.: tha ring, far-ought down boxing sad touraa-' to --be held by the Lethbridgej I Athletic Association in' the K. of ?J is the first affair of its kind to! attempted here. Though the en-j limited to ciab members.and i '.e not -large in aumber. there is! y indication of an interesting en-! in store for those who! the game and are beat on being-1 the present. j rwrath on-his own. and Ms manager's j The bouts will principallv be devot- isads. Coifed .borers are not ied w ligMweight boxers Roy m Tors, or elsewhere for [and Rid Burns, the well-known prlj- itter and wnen the champion if essioaate, will pat ou an'exhibition. set foot in Gotnara. and--began to talk i They are 5n his bi-sesv-way his Dcsaiaritr began i to the mertsirv zero', and Ho5Sier an-j jtagoms-.s m tae wrestling contest, prtiich is slated as one of the main Ad and Koran meet in o? 'the evening I liOrnia I aai confident the title v j not change hands. In ccmmenuas e ;hung up for the various! on the pzocaaie outcome of mis on to to! T I'S.e winners at the conclusion of the'. inputs. Bay puncSacg. C. Bergrnjan w: another feature performance. Prepare for the Opening Game of City League Monday Evening Players Full Life Games Promised raet At the Athletic Park last night the did the slab work and each had good three teams of the 'City League were jcontro1 aii out for practice, and a small armyj a goodly number of fans jwere out in uniform, the Y. >M. C. A.LUt_to loolc tne '-Dia-vers over, and they their dark er has eone to tonight 'to Mer- lots of smoke and shoots, set ready for a ino, The tocal ceived a good sJaed- or lose.- However --he jiss. no idea of getting- .the worst OS re- scheduled for srfll be 13.5 .pounds. JI -srl-n return to Medicine Snt day :reen suite the at dUSk tbe this morntna. "Md I tie brand of fcaseiball of this Ior at onca." m red and the mamas m .league >ill be the best and. the. .way the players showed up: ever, and will be ;a-good substitute for augurs well for a successful season for'Professional baseball of the past the City 'League. Everyone had "Cv" Young, the veteran pitcher of the Cleveland Baseball team, and ivho for years made up half of the famous iloston is reported seriously ill with pneumonia. Youn has been in the big league for more than twenty years and until his ill- ness an active player. of "ipep" and the pegging of most of L capable man has secured to the players was ?ood to look at Al-' atfter the and though it was rather cool for baseball have th-e diamond and a drizzling rain was falling tend to boys kept at it until it was too dark tirand of mucil Two teams were chosen, but on thf exPect to count of the .large number present, only played one inning to al- THE MAY ROD GUN "In the Land erf the tfoose the: story of eleven hroidTed: miles the north. city league baseball. _ There Is the right rivalry otllers to get in the game. Aboufjmisting between the teams, and. at tive were in all, and jpresent it would, be hard to pick the that time onj-v one run was scored, ibest team." The majority of players feature of the May fesue of Bod arrd Gun in Canada, punished by W. J. Taylor, Woodstock, Ontario. The narrator is 'IfTr.'-' the States, who finds in. the -adlds of Canad-a advantages; from a holiday point of rieff, impossible to obtain ele-a the Iboys Tvere matched, I ven-l tared the opinion that Woigast -will file Biitoa, and tijis is inj the face of all the s he the.psess in JWoran Must Win Quickiy Aid. Frayne be jcerenionies, while W. Gallo-ivey willj" fact as referee, c. Woodruff and j Bergman -p-ili be the judges, while Moran may oaibox Wofeast for 10 stewards .Efl. K-ennedy, G. rounds car but if he can not pat Ksnzie, G. Weatheriy and P. .Holiday. I over damaging punch -within that time limit win not a ghost of a [Mayor Adams and all chance-- -Owen -has alwajs been amen to, be present. An in.yita.tion has been extended of the boxer The first is timed to gr-sat liitSe a than the gave .him credit. for, 'mence at >sut imtil be over the Baltier, sports did not take Ms aspirations seriousfe, I do not heiie-ve former figia He aadJGastatn of 1960 Succumbs all he warned o? it ihat .event- toDiabates ful of .JJuiy. At that ai man change his mind. He has then privilege of doing so, and time m; healed uu the screnass, itmt, if is not rerdsiDE: that 3-ogative. BROWN. "GP.ID" HERO DIES ZSew Tori, May Gor- one of tie best known foot- ball slayers ever developed on the Yale of the 1900 team, died cf diafcetss at .Glenhead, L. L 'vras a sephe-sr ei X Pierpont Mor- rfBalT for the Opening Game The opening game in the City -Baseball League takes h place on Monday at the Ath- letic Park'at 6JJO -saaixp, -be- the Sporting Goods and Y. -M. .C. A. They will line up as follows: SPORTEvG GOODS: Pulley, catcher; .Myers and pitchers; Bowers, first'base: second base-; Roe, third 'base: Farrar, short stop; Horn, centre field: .Cleveland, right field; McEirqy, left field.'' Grey and Brown, subs. Y. M. .C. A.: catcher; BranSow, first 'base; Coons, foase; T. 1-si-g- en, short stop; K. Teigen, tihird ibase; Piton, left field; Stewart, centre field; Wrig- giesworth, miEan and -Christie, pitchers. wi [Q jihere was lots of free hitting, strangers to the fans of the cityj-hero. Mr. Malone's writing 'fe An mg and exceptionally good fielding last night it was seen .that they {of life and vigor, and Otfa'iassrtton is ------jtnis ume of the year, and a couple there with the goods, aim three brightejiod bv amounts of incidents by n double plays were pulled evenly matched teams wsraid aeans usual even ia S LzTeatest Middle 'ilyers> McMlllan and Seldenbeckerihurd to get. 'orld; Distance Runner gan, FLYNN BEATS SAVAGE Boston, May Flynn. Boston sent Jim Savage of New Jersey to the mat so treqaentlr in six rounds of a scheduled 12 round bout here last night that the referee called the match in the ninth rownd and save the eision to Flynn. the The announcement is made that thejteniion, and other European breeds.are veryfosight for a grsat lt pari-mutuel, or totaliser machine, will little. There shonM' be reom for, only wants one of rain, to i be in operation, at Calga'ry and Win-! nipeg races this siimmer. To be brief, this betting machine is simply one whereby the whole money staked, less commission to the machine, goes to the holders of tickets on th-e horse. The fairness of this system is j a lM5rse' jointly edited peopate.eEirit. Another story. Whether the trotter or.pacer wiH ev become popular in the United Sing- !eom to 3, loofcs .g hot wind many Laa to -A v The manuest as tne money is .bound to be Is no such thing as trotter Iook6; uiar as Eus. European countries Decomtll as 1 tr the runner, differeat feut in oat, and the a boolnnaker, ning the lamb the goes, iew trotting tracks, and these are main by taking all the state. At femore tne (feahes O1L it to fuxnish as ought not to ap- Ibr. a cMes_ ae so afi was a fairly good return. trots will feesuccess at saddl >meetings Saddle to' suppose, 'ITtQe; -the main object is to hare a race, less for KS success on haildice.pSf being large, and there be such startkl that marks from scratch -jjedes c a .thing as a harness race with fehroo Times are -a i VOL. 1. Lethbaidge, Jatiirday, May 1.3. 1911. ;Ix'o... 38. May Tour the West With Longboat POLO TEAMS EOS BIG CUP GAMES AMERICAN TEAM IS THE SAME AS WON THE CUP TWO YEARS AGO May make-up of runners, returning no stake to tickethoJders ana t is for this j i i; the er of cours t h j.o .4. the that at little metings the hook- W1n sail be able to QO business. sh the sport is poor and unprogressive the trackg at sbme IT w ci C iiUlUC i V system in Ken- fast safe> the sport might be pop- sir-e ami datn, colsra of The rider's comrs BhoiaTd there- rokr soine pecpte in '.tta'- crowd whoV .fflay graph, the polo ponies sent over for meet and agricultural fair" held jointly -English team to Lakewood, N. J., 'things are absolutely apart. Al- had..a rather cold reception, and, on It is hard to see how the har- at their destination, or rath- boss racehorse jwill ever 'become pop-" far as the railway could on the old sod, them, they had to walk five miles fur- tiier in rain. The newspaper mention- ed Kames the American Polo Associa- tion: for not informing Dr. -Nolans, who is. in charge of the ponies, as to trans- this docs" G.- anooocement is who: was msrd-a that -3, off -'the running turf m the States last leading sporting wncers in that "trotting is not much of He ought to have added "in my esti- itedly the n chemist, wa sport, garfag practices in the shapa j tiiv. t" Ci aii3- it IS UHUOU jtlie British and American teams that jferring to one railroad from another, I popular side of the spoTt i are to play a series of polo games-on J and-other little matters about which j this continent, and there can t 31, and during the first week Englishman would no doubt be (broad-minded horseman who won! !th0 Lon' forjgreen. However, the ponies were ev-iadmit; after a little observation