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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE30C THE tETRBRIDGI DAILT HBKALD FRIDAY, MAT IS, 1914 Elected Officers at Well Atten- CMS NOSED OUT H Scored Lone Goal of Game Three Minutes From Conclusion of Last Half-Holly Contested-North Side Team Played in Form Worthy of a Draw or Better-Callies Goal Keeper and Backs Played Brilliantly Luck favors the brave and the dauntless. Dame fortune dealt the Cullies' iin ill-becoming hand at ihe outset of the football match at last night, but in the dyins moments oi the game fortune 'stacked the cards against the Xorlli .Lethbridge United, the Callies' op- wfre pressing hard anci were shoving up to advantage, but couldn't get through the defence opposed to them. The" Callies took possession, Lin iliug-on the ball, was very deiecmuii eii, but was foiled bv Ness, who was too often Johnny-on-the-spot for the the Scotchmen with r i- .-M 1; I Cullies' liliing.. Knight ticked wide clear, field in: front. For the Callies to the game by 1 to nil. It eith- second time Ness stopped or should have been a victutj for the kicking out of bounds and again north side or else, a draw. I Knight kicked and had .his shot iiiter- cented. Callies were coming strcog and made it interesting for the Un- ited defence. The Unlteds got the Sail Glenn" "having his ankle twisted, was away, tore down the field and shot, forced to lay oft for repairs Jor alhut. MeJntrrc was unbeatable. The The game had not progressed many minutes before.the Callies were han- dicapped by a mishap on their line; period and when he came hack, was Cullies earae hack with it and Frier of little use to his ieaaj, with a cleared a desperate situation. The maimed limb discounting his play ,to Callies were pressing bird and with almost naught. However, the Callies j a good chance were declared offside. have been in this kind of luck before Boston got sore and took a kick at anil were not inclined to waver, though cognizant oi the fact that the ball after the whistle blew to show his-dislike for Jimmy G-urr's to-j foe worthy ruling. Joonar was made to go and oi their" steel, as every moment ulj'fJtcIi the sphere hack like a good and ihe combat bore out." for mer-' obedient soldier and the game con- it the .Csllies had no reason to tinned. Gurr evidently made pect a rictory until the deciding goal j taie in declaring an offside. The Tigers' leading pitcher, Jean ubuc, has added fast bill and urve to stock in trade; namely alow ball, in fact about the best ow ball in the American League. Dubuc wis not a great success mis-i when he was In as j soon as he .left his luck changed for was made about 3 minutes irom the' The .United: took possession and'the batter, just like lots of final' whistle. The the Callies' goal; Clayton Stelnftldt, Fromrne, McLean, Egan United held the Scotchmen, on even j shot, MclBtvre saved. The Callies and Mitchell .all seem to prosper To Ihe dtjr ot Lethbridge belongs play. was not much to be 'gained by wind saved a desperate situation bv kick- advantags, but the Uniteds won toss and elected.-to kick west. the ing over' the side. Duhiop was kept the anxious seat until tbe bail It was a game de line and was went down tie (Seld again and Bryce watched by a great crowd of people i took a kick Irom long distance, from both sides oi the track.' excitement at times grew intense as the partisans shouted encouragement, to tbeit tv-ains, when .goals seemed immineitu. The many and disastrous tumbles .oi players stum- bled over the uncertain ground gave a tinge of .variety, to, game -that was appreciated by.the crowd. THE START; The game time; ..The Callies were sbort two Air Ian and Linning the XTmteds. we're sbort one, Ness; the delinquents which Jlclntyre allowed to roll out. Easton tore down the side line with ills-ball, which culminated -in the Calltes' victorious goal.'In taking tbe hall up. Easton fell and had to be assisted'to his leet, but he centred the' ball before faHins, and the Un- iteds in their- strenuous efforts to clear kicked a corner. Easton' "was on the ball on the corner :kick. for the 'Gailies and shot vic'io'ualyj. hut Bunldp nicely sayed.' The'bill: was put over the south- side-line and on the throw-in, the .Callies-'-managed to wo.fk. the .ball to centre, whore Pin- turned up within five. minutes aiter j norty secured and passed to Linniuc .tie whistle blew. who shot the lone goal of tbe (rime' The play central for r> few There was hut three minutes to go minutes then the Callies broke away and the United were blocknd at ev-! and took the ball to close proilmlty I erj turn in their attempts to equal- where they proved unsteady and lost R'.food chance without a shoti; The Callies got two free kicks in succes- sion, on fouls. Callies were offside and oil tbe kick the blues took the ball .to Molntyre twice -in-sue-' cwulon wien the tide ;.was turned btick bT the man in white. The. play was centred again, arid again the northsiders took a shot which was easy picking for Molntyre. Just iillcr this Glenn was laid out.. R....Anderson and Clayton. AV WON Medicine Hat, May Jaw returned the compliment by defeating; the Hatters in the first game of the' series 9 to 7. Lucky breaks featured largely, and long hits and errors worked against the locals. "Moose Jaw 9 91 'Medicine Hat...................7 10 2 Cann, Harrah, Concannon and Kelly Lind and Bliss. BIG Saskatoon, May crowd oi C500 saw the baseball season open ir Quakc-rtbwn, and rejoiced in a vic- tory oi the home team 6 to 4 over Regina. Regina 4 Saskatoon 6 Bottorff, Ryan and Sinnette Roth Beer and Walters. 6 12 and Es- CAPT. MILLER WILL MANAGE PANAMA POLO TOURNAMENT DIctlngulBhed British Officer and Au- thority on Game London, May Edward Darley Miller, formerly of the 17th Laneera, was today appointed man- ager of tbe international polo tour- nament to be played during thp Pan. 0 'Pacific Evnnsitlnn nt. Fran- cisco-to 1915. Capt. Miner is tbe captain of the Rugby ?oio Club and the author o' Modern Polo. He "was decorated with the distinguished service order dur- ing the Boer war. I EDMONTON' WINS Calgary, May _. kimos took tbe scries opener 5 to 2, th Killcen of the visitors, 'had :ea four men and forced in a run before he was derricked in the sixth. Edmonton 5 60 Calgary........................... 3 4 2 Spaolding and Lemieux Lewis and Ryan. LOOK HERE Xjarth Lethbridge had a corner kick Vomlng to them just as the whistle blew, ending the game Tbe line-up Bannerman and !GaKC atlannon- Anderson; Mcilvr.na, Glenn and-l Clarke; Knight, Allan, Finnerly, Linnlng and Easton. Oritr S. 3. LEAGUE BASEBALL The Shamrocks and SI. Patrick's rnsot in a Sunday School League baseball game at the Barracks to- night nt 8.30. Players he on hand Minutes before time. Umpire, nd.Ness; Hrycc, Ifclndoc and KequBdy, A.. Tennant, -.1. Tennant, BASEBALL CHALLENGE Knox baseball team would like to a fiarae out of town for JIny with some intermediate gallon, ureraijf! aso IS yeare. Com- municate with 13. Sine, 121S Cili South, AM. ASSOCIATION C, Cleveland 4. St. Paul 5, Indianapolis 3. Kansas City -I, Columbus 2. Milwaukee 3, Louisville 2. INTERNATIONAL First Newark 3, Bufialn 4. Second Newark 3, Buffalo 4. First Jersey City 2, Rochester 3. Second game- Jersey City liochester 6. Providence 2, Montreal 6. Baltimore IS, Toronto 2. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 4, Spokane 3. Victoria 0, Portland 2. DERBY BETTING London, May is tbe latest'official club betting on the Der- by, run nt Epsom on May 27: kcnnymorc, 5 to 2; Blittk Jester, 8 to 1; Ljmlus and Carancho, 100 to 0; Brakespear, 1.00 lo S: Durbar II. Ambassador, ,100 to 6, and Car- rlckfereus 2 to 1, r -t t REASON'S FOR USING .ENGLISH CUP FINAL Genera! view of the play and of the odd present. The inset shows the King presenting the cup't captain of the ey team. NATIONAL L. Pet. Pitl'sbiirg................... 15 5 .750 New York 30 li .625 Philadelphia W 7 .588 Brooklyn 9 8 .520 Cincinnati 13 11 .522 St. 10 1-1 .-117 ChicaKo 10 H .417 Boston v- 3 H -170 AMERICAN Pet. Detroit IS 7 .720 Philadelphia ................11 8 .S79 iVashington 11 10 .52-1 New York 10 .M St. Louis It 12 .478 Boston 8 11 .421 11 15 .400 Cleveland 8 15 .348 FEDERAL L.J'ct. Baltimore 13 5 St. Louis'................... 13 10 ndianapolis .11 (1 Chicago 11 11 Brooklyn 7 liultalo..................... 8 Pittiihurg H Kansas City, 3. .585 .550 .501) .-IC7 .444 .400 .361 BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a conccnlralcd liquid Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a fable bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is sloinuch trouble in general. In Gcrniany beer is more frequent- ly drank than at meal lime. The prejudice against strong slimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride most nutritious of all iiquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure-. This is no idle claim, but one.that we can buck, up by proof.' Come to oiir Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to, convalescents because it is a tonic. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;