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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta .Saturday, May THE LETHBKIOGE PAlLY HERALD Page 7 Only One Western Canada League Game Yesterday S. O. E. Leads City Football League First Week of Play WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES GREAT PITCHING IN EDMONTON i RAIN PREVENTED THE Edmonton, May con-j tinued its unbroken list of victories! this evening, again defeating Saska-i .GAME'AT CALGARY Calgary, May was no game here today on account of rain. BACHELOR'S WON GREAT LOCAL FOO nn Written Especially For The Herald The football'season in Lcthbriclgc j ly. -on the field got into the'but the hoys in the red and black sahie thing applies, they will have to ot off to a good -siart on Tuesday iimflijsht. although the rest of the j played the best game of their lives, go some from the start, as both t evening, when the newcoiuers into the {forward line played a fair game. and have the honor of being the only i teams appear evenly matched, if tve toon, the score being 4 to 1. Penny- both teams on nd bu'j London, May 13.-TIie Kemptons backer the. star pitcher, was in began to faU about .four fark, Ureat Jubilee handicap, .eaooO, the box and pitched .good ball but received rotten support at critical times when errors were costly. Skillman, Bdmon-i ton's premier .pitcher, was hit in tbej arm -while .at and had to retire. He' ;ard continues all Of KHZ, land. one. of oldest teams local'club to draw with the Thistles can judge from their performances'so one mile and a quarter, was won to- day by Sir George Murray's Bache-l since 19 For the'. every man seem-! .to be- trying' h'i.s utmost to take a Sumner played better RESULTS'. London. May replaced by Pieli, and though wild 'the completed county cricket results; at times, .received '.high class and the visitors were never dangerous.; Surrey beat Leicestershire b The score: far. Mr Arnold referees both these games, so he has evidently found a, warm spot in the heart of the .Exe- cutive. Mills, ?sr......... Mackin, 2b___ Dudley. Ib ..___ Burr, ci Cox, rf Lussi, If........ Brsnnan, blight, c JSkillman, p Pieh, p Totals If Al'ien. McCallem, 2b Uelvin, cf Walsh, ib rf Dobert, ss c Pennybacker, p AB ,4 3 i vdekets: Essex beat Yorkshire by Green. There was race having', to: crow'cl the touch line, KC Warwickshire beat year owing to the death ot' King! about of the SIITW. and r >J y.; i game artiHor about eight the Scotcha-en couldn't through, and the teams emerge from 0 0 1 0 15 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 137 runs. bdward. Death One-Time World-Beater, Maud S the- try to keey the lino cf devoting his atten- tion .to the Kanie. Considerin the cold wind night, the which utes after pressed, the and deserved j the scuffle with one point apiece. to score, and -this thought! was uppermost-in the. mind of the -I goal judge, who "figured it out" (to TIlc -standing of the team's in the jq-ote- his .own -that it must j League _ is as follows j have gone' lietween the posts. Of I wonder whether the Executive consider the advisability of mak- ing a fifteen cent admission to the get grounds, with an extra diire for the grand stand. I think we should see bigger crowds out, and that's -what we should be working for rather the "mop uses." crowd was a very g there being Maud S., the famous by theilate George M. St.carns, has been shot to death, as provided for in Steam's will. Maud S., was 35 years IJ. o n! old and, blind. It is 26' years'ago all but a few months, that Maud S.. for Probably- 150 paid admissions, quite' 1 a number of the fair sex, and'the. who sneaked i Bourse, -the v .gave .his decision of England 1 ,in accordance and rijrht 0 '2 0 2 0 1 0 .1 0 0 1 1 6 0 3 0 2 the came with z clear conscience. vcars ojieeu of the trot; ins world, established her then record of 25- '4 2 "27 13. 1-i 2.0S% .it Glenville, Ohio, and this feat inr.de her the idol of the lovers of the j tv''fcnt-v or .twenty-nvo tbe; defending team to AB R H ,PO A Disport. Previous to this she had held the world's record for five years, hav- j of the doubt- (and there was a '30020 Ojiiis covered the at Chicago in the fast time of 2.10 3-4. In 18SI she 1' again, reduced 'r.his making 2.10 1-2 at Pittsburg and 2.11'- 3-4 at 0' iioehesier. X. Y. In'-1SS4 .Ta'y-Eye-See held the world's record for just one! 0) day, making the mile in 2.10 1, and August 2.Maud wen! i'rom j wire to wire in 2.09 3-4. -In the same year this was reduced 1 2 decision of the i Allies 00 1 M so. but with Westminsters -0 Oil -thai was blowing at Overseas 0 1 00 it impossible for! Did you ever see a crowd do you know about this little gather- ing One hundred thousand to see the final at the Palace, and; it .just about packed the two hundred special trains which were commissioned. And, get out, the} On Tuesdav ncxt the Westminaters jeven then it was over twenty thous- I there a! are Qn j and short of the record, doubt as lt had to be figured out) ,heir the In should have been given-the.defenders. of the f 2 Q 0 0 to 2.09 1-4, and in The match was rather disappoint-. aa: all round. The wind, of course. she made her best time.: 2.08 which'stood for six years before beln: broken records c-f Leu billon, Dan Patch or Cresceus, it. must be remembered that she intervals did ihe hoys view put up ..on Thursday night, the Sons will have to go some ffrom the start, and a good a L. 'J 1 Al 1-w 1.1 .D L i a i III I J f_ -4. While the times of Matid S. do not comnarewirh moslly to blame, but; only at j The hardest of. luck hit. the Callies rshould result- and there-seems Itttle One of the prettiest sights to seen in the city last year was the gathering 01 sometimes a thousand 1 1 24 14 2 Totals.......... 26 Score by Saskatoon -.._ Jtclmonton j run. Mills: bases) on .balls, off Pennj'bncker 5, off Skill-! 3r.an.l, off Pieb 4: struck'out, ;by Penny i T reuurus uinun, jjiui j.-atvij. ui- oresctjus, :i. must ut; rememuereu Liiai sue um im: pui) up on Thursday when.'the West-! Possibility of the scores of last sea-jPeople to watch a or; 1 lj raced to, a four wheeled iron-shod sulky, while the present day horses have to League form. The Sons lacked the minsters played them to a "-oalless i son repeated. two or three hundred -enjoying 4 y i the pneumatics and otjer improvements them S has Iweii! thev in their! draw. Taking the p'lav as a whole i selves m all kinds of sport OIL -the- i Tin TUT in nor T-ortrcnTiciTit- trnm orm momr rior- 1 tPmrtTV match of the previous week with the] the Callies should have been at least j Thursday night brings together the.: (-Talt' out tiiat is oniy memui j Eskimos. GOrr was probably the on-i one goal ahead, and probably Overseas and the Callies, and were inCormed b-v' three I year's aldermen that the square living in luxury since her retirement from the tract and many dead for years. Brass Band Gave Jeff a Send Th j e at the pier in Hoboken to see James backer 2, "by Skillman Pieb. lilt by pitched ball. Skillman. Murphy: .1. Jeffries sail for Europe on the George Washington. The last time be sail- ed 3. big.brass band and hundreds of enthusiastic fight fans gave biro, a send- left oh bases, Edmonton for ue 'was then the great white champion of the prize ring. Bob Verrion, 4- sacrifice hit, stolen old time friend only one to wave Jeffries bon'voyage.- Games in the ,eagues Uragion, Carney, Dudley. time of game 1.30; attendance Bob was almost in tears. T i o N A L H E AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At R PI E AMEftlGAN Detroit 22 1 i Boston I Louisville 5 Columbus 10 1 i Philadelphia Slagle, Lindaman and Orendorff; Chicago New York Lessard and Bemis. At R H E Minneapolis Milwaukee 3. 2 9 2 ROUGH WEATHER AT, WINNIPEG! "This shows you how easily the American people tear themselves from New :-Yorki 4 l! Essie, Waddell and Smith- McGlynn he said. w Biteliie, Winnipeg, "May weather for me. had no tears to you come he was asked by a circle of reporters. he replied, with a broad grin. "I can come abroad.1' "B.ut will you go the prize he was asked. ''Never he replied. "I am done with it forever. There is nothin i Klins. At !.Brooklyn and" Marshall jlndianapolis R'H E'Toledo made conditions so bad.j.hat baseball' '--JeK" was accompanied'by-his wife, who is to visit her folks in Ger: t was out of the question .here, y ester-1 The ex-champion, was in perfect condition, and looked as if he 'had! 'day." been on the -water truck for many months. I 6 2 0 GILLETTE Is An Economy Not An Extravagance Because a fairly good open-blade razor can be bought for two 'dollars, while a GILLETTE costs five, have you concluded fhat the GILLETTE is an extravagance? It is not. Tlie open-blade costs you to buy and at least 25c. a year to keep jhoned and in condition. Total, for the first year. The GILLETTE, with 12 double-edged blades, costs and a second box of blades (should your beard be1' very tough) adds Total, for first year. Difference Looks bad for the GILLETTE, eh? But wait! The three-minute GILLETTE- will save you 5 to 10 minutes every time you shave. Put it at 5. That's over three working days a year. Isn't ..your lime worth over a day) When you're nearly late for the train or an important engagement, the five minutes which the GILLETTE saves you is apt to.- be worth several times the whole cost. Then there's the comfort of the clean, GILLETTE .in itself several times the difference in price. For real and face as well as cash GILLETTE and enjoy it Schardt and Bergen; Golden R II E "At: Philadelphia- Philadelphia 0 PIttsburg....... 0 2 ...Beebe, Moore and Dooiu; ateele, Fhillippi, Ferry and Simon. :At. r R II E iJdston 4 Cincinnati 21 4 Fteffer, Flaherty and Graham; Suggs and Burns. IS 8- -4 Shilser and Robinson, Brady and Adams.. At St. R Washington Cleveland St. Louis 14- 11 11 11 -9 10 9 -XI'.: rll 11 ,St. Paul Kansas City 10 10 Pittsburg 7sTew York Cincinnati j Chicago St.. Louis Boston Brooklyn Standing of Clubs Today At 3t R H E (St. Louis i Philadelphia Hamilton, .Mitchell, George and Coombs, Bender and Livingstone. WESTERN CANADA Calgary 7 1 Edmonton -.7 1 Winnipeg ..-.5 2 Brandon Moose Jaw ___ 2 2 Saskatoon ____ 0 .875 .875 .714 .286 .286' .000 NATIONAL 14 12 13 7 S' C 9 S, 11. 33 18" IS Minneapolis ......IS 10 Columbus .___.... 13 9 Kansas City ,.....14 10 Milwaukee s 11 Louisville........ 12 13 St. Paul ii' 12 Toledo 10 18 Indianapolis 7 19 be improved, and that sport could'go Park. They were.