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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUP; DAILY HERALB Victoria Day Will See Big Doings at the Local Traps, Cup and Charity Events AMERICAN CHAMPION LADY GOLFER Monday, May Philadelphia and Cincinnati Engaged in Long-Winded Record-Breaking Struggle mil.. MRS. ROSS BEATS MISS BELL IN IRELAND CAMP- London, May Ross, on three occasions held the British] golf 'Championship, today defined; -Miss Dorothy Campbell, the .and Canadian.'ctampujii, on the links' cf the Royal Fort Rush golf club mi The round ended even 03 playing: the nineteenth Mrs. Ross! made the hole in four splendid strokes. j -Miss Campbell, who'won the Amer-i lean, championship two years in suc-j cession, is a former holder both the British and Scotch titles. Archfc McCorvie reports encour- aging results in the movement to organize lacrosse here this season. There are at feast fifteen first- class men in the city and there are no less than three star manipulat- ors of the stick coming to Leth- bridge iri the ns.xt week or two who will compose the team'. If the fine-up that Archie is figur- ing on materializes, instead of 1911 going down in lacrosse his- tory ss a poor year for the game here, it may turn out to be the test yet. Tommy Burns, ex-champion heavyweight pugilist, who is now a permanent resident of Calgary, and manager of the Calgary la- crosse team, has consented to open the first game in bridge if we put a team in the provincial league. Burns is tak- ing an active interest in provin- cial lacrosse and is cut to boost it to the highest level ever at- tained In the West. Games in the Big Leagues PERSONNEL OF FOOTBALL TEAMS FOR THE GAME TOMORROW EVENING The line-up of the S. O. E. and West-! xniuster teams scheduled to tomor- row evening at the Athletic Park will' fce as follows: Sons of England Westminsters Coles .tt.t Gurr Alcock Clarke .'Wniets .BeatMield Holberton. A. GuiT We Hem. Goal Back Back Hall-back Ealfoack HalFoack Forward Forward Centre Forward res Seaman VTheeien Uroniiart Button Ness Wright'.. Tannest j Simms! Barber, Shoot for Magrath Cup May 24fh The Gun Club is preparing to hold a club shoot on the morning c? 2-kh May. The Magrath Cup will be shot for. This will' be a handicap event and all members of the club are eligible ro A Charity Competition in the shape of a team also take place. Teams will be chosen from among those on the and Uie proceed? of the match will be donated to the Nursing .Mis- sion. AIL members of die club, and those intending to become members, ere reouested to be ou hand to participate in this Sliorn.in? will commence at S a.m. The regular weekly shoots are held en the club grounds on Wed- nesday evenings, from six to eight o'clock, and all those who are interested in shooting are cordially invited to be present. A good program of events has been arranged for this season. and the officers of the club earnestly request ilie members to turn out snd get some practice before the competitions commence. (Saturday) At a E :Detrozt 14 2 20 .'I i Works. Mullin and Staoage: jKarger, Hall, Kiliilay and Carrisan (10 innings.) At R H E Chicago H 12 13 4 Lange, Scott, Young and Sullivan: Walker, Qtey and Henry. At R H E Cleveland 11 2 ew York G .10 7 Krapp, West and Fisher: Quinn, Krockett and Blair. At St. 4 31 [Philadelphia'___ 13 ALL LEAGUE ON It is obvious that there will be nothing doing at the Athletic park this evening on account of the condition of the weather. Should old Sol's powerful eye pierce the heavily-laden clouds there is no hope that he can overcome the damage done by Jupiter Pluvlus in time to allow the battle sched- uled to take place at 6.30 between. the Y. M. C. A. and the Sporting Goods in the Initial City Baseball Leag'ie of the seaeon. Some grand opening was con- templated, but it hao been given the high jinks as it were. How- ever, it is only a matter of a post- ponement. Wednesday evening will do just as well for the opening game if the day is agreeable. The Sporting Goods and Indians will wade in on Friday evening. TOURNEY AT OR P. HALl TONIGHT WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES R H EjSASKATOON WINS GAME AT LAST Lake'and Krichell; PUmk and Tho- mas. (Sunday) t At St. R K E Washington Edmonton, Miy se- cured its initial win of the season on Saturday, defeating Edmonton, who at the time were league leaders, by score of 11 u> 4. in a six innings' in the evening performance. In the event the Eskimos came out the WRESTLING AND BAG PUSHING -CITY FATHERS WILL BE PRESENT There is considerable Interest Ken in the Lethbridge Athletic Club bouts this evening in the K; of P. hall and a good crowd will likely be in at- tendance. McKeuzie and Rossier, it is expect ed. will give a classy exhibition on the mat and Roy George and Kid Burns should furnish a lively mill in their' three round go. These are the prin- cipal attractions, but the other will not be slow, tht contestants gen- erally having gained' some little .re- pute with the mitts. j. 'iCWVC.UCU HiiU VV ALII LJ1" K iQQ oases packed and one out e real 'head liner be the iiis own game by hitting through 'Mayor Adams and his .itchers' box, and although he was i with Police Chief and his stalwarts, who will, the occasion, it Is said.. McGraw and Freer saved each team from defeat until finally In the six- teenth Thelan weakened and th Pitchers at first, White trotted across with the winning run. 4jahead by 13 to 7. Both games were 1'he second contest was all Brandon, btevens; Groom, Otey and i inferior exhibitions of ball, and small they scoring five runs in the secondlPHILADELPHlA NATIONALS I crowds were present as the poor play-j innings by .hitting Ring all over the i WIN EIGHTEEN -t R H Ejmg of the visitors had greatly demin- lot. and this was too bis a handicap' INNINGS Delroit 11 interest. In the afternoon Dekin for the Maroons to overcome Mar- Boston 4 Patched for Saskatoon and Baxter a new man from th ed bali and also hit I and he was pulled out in the second. Works, Lively and Stanage; Collins and Carrigan. At R H Eitr Sunday baseball was played in Nash-' Cameron ville. Teim.. for the first time in 2 I -Stafford. .aur: years. .In some ways the south is lead-1' j ing the. north :with daylight between.! 4 (IKING FLAYS! Big List of Events Included in Coronation Day Celebration to be Held at Plncher Creek Cleveland New York Jiarkness and .Fisher; j Quinn and Sweeney. At jOnicago Philadelphia White and Si an and Thomas and Livingstone. IS 2 3 11 1 Warhop, A H E S 0 him. Then the locals j Brandon got busy and by heavy hitting piled up (Winnipeg eleven before the ninth, -while Sas- katoon got only two more. In evening game Woods started out for Edmonton, and Allen for Saskatoon, Woods was very wild and let five runs got the hook. Pi eh took PRESIDENT LYNCH SETS DOO1N AND GIBSON DOWN J-N- DEFINITELY NATIONAL At R I j Philadelphia 512 j Cincinnati....... 4 9 ''GO__5 11 ender" place and was put in Bender, Mo.g- for Saskatoon to hold the lead, which he did. Pieh was withdrawn when, the game was hopeless and took his place. The game was called Second GAME pSoM Philadelphia, May the est major league team game of "the- season. Philadelphia yesterday defeat- ed Cincinnati in 18 innings, 5 to '4 The winning run was made by singles by Pasken and the former being forced out. and Moran's single Brandon j after the teams had struggled from, Winnipeg j Cfle seventh innings without either -be- Called in the seventn on account of able to score. Luderus made darkness. NO home run with two on bases. Baiea, who figured in the trade last winter" drove in three.of Cincinnati's runs" with two doubles. Alexander twirled the last eight innings for w York, 3Jay Lynch- of the National League today 'announced the susnension, until fur-i R H B New York 12 2 was the home run of Slight. Edmon- makes m everyinning. la and fan happy. There was no Fnna Chalmers. Alexander and Moran: catcher. Following are details: j trouble they had at Philadelphia yes-i 1 terdav. f UTeek- ?i-mile, Pincher Creek Derby, !tller notice, of Manager Dooin of the for me ooronauon Day sports nave: open Aibeflta Dred, S100 and i Philadelphia club and Catcher Geor-e been issued, and, the programme ofj mdian race, and S-5. i Gibson of Pittsburg, because of races and athletic sports contain tie! Buckine contest following offers in prize money: and "-vesT-ok's Fireruen's athletic contests will _, second' S50-. Coupnag contest, 1st "n.d 2nd, pjniier, v-n ,u- ,Lm pony race. ISO made ?he registered polo pony; ?35 and S13. Team ladder race, five Manager Dooin took a hand Kalf-nme opea. pony race, ,115 Ladder and hose race, silver cup. JFinneran reported the matter to Pre- Wet test, silver cup. jsident Lynch and die suspensions re- 220 yards foot race, value of prize I suited. St. Lpuis 5 13 2 Mathewson. Marquard and Myers: (Sallee, Harmon, Lsudermitk and Bres- jnahan aid'Bliss. j At R H E 6 2 Chicago....... 7 2 Scanlon, Rucker'and Bergen; Cole and Kling. under; S75 and Half-mile, sad-die horses, never won pnb-iic money, and "One-nffle 'dash, bre9 -allowed 5 and ?5G. .Half-mile .open, 325 and 515. Half-mile race, value of prize Two-mile race, value of prise, StfO. The races are open to amateurs ...'Ladies' saddle horses (race -horses j only, Alberta Firemen's rules to gov- ba_rred) and 515. jern firemen's sports. Cups will also Washington is getting back to the place where its friends will recognize At Edmonton..........020 143 Saskatoon 000 7 Whisman and i Sorenson; Dekin and Carney. I Second j Edmonton ..............Q2l j Saskatoon..............001 i Standing of Clubs Today Cin Cnaliners. Aiesander and Keefe, Smith and Clark. -5 12 0 -4 9 -t Moran; SJXTEEN-INNINGS GAME WESTERN CANADA Calgary............ 7 EASTERN At R H.. Montreal 7 3' Jersey City 7 0 Sitton and Curtis: Jones and Tonne- man. PLAYED AT WI N.NIP EG Edmonton 8 2 Winnipeg, May Maroons'Winnipeg 6 3 Autt split in ,le f Saskatoon 1 10 first contest after sixteen innings of' ______________ the most sensational ball played in! AMERICAN this part of the country for WESTMINSTER WON THE FIRST GAME Vancouver, May the first la- crosse match here today New West- minster defeated the new North Van- couver team, seeking admission to" the B. C. league, 12 goals to 3. The latter .S75jwere outclassed from the start. Score .500 quarters: Jjsjew Westminster 4 .2 1 5 ilsorth Vancouver- ..-------.....0 0 .0 S At H Ei -Boys' poiry race, boys 12 years arrdjbe given for the polo under, and 'matches. No better example of .the class base- 2 12 1 and baseball (bail has attained than the sight Of automobiles around the field. 12 2 Corridon and Beckendorf and Killi- fer; Dale. Maroney and Fitzgerald. years, by the score of 3 to 2, while the i Boston visitors annexed the second by feel Philadelphia count of to 2, in a somewhat sloppy Chicago At R K E Roxboro i oirehlv man Rochester 11 [Baltimore 3 McConnell and Mitchell: Pape, At- game. New York Cummings and Thelan pitched won- derful ball in' the first contest, and after Brandon tied up the score in the ninth' inning 'both teams fought in a. desperate manner to get the winning 15 12 12 11 10 __ St Louis 6 o 11 1G 12 13 12 16 21 '.821 .577 .345 -500 .455 .455 U, -222 i LANG PUT IT OVER LESTER I tally, butr innings went Philadelphia y when noth- Pittsburg New York jKing and Byers and Egan. i.. j At R H :but a seemed to stop one j Toronto lior the other team from scoring, when, un i Newark 10 7Js07ne player would come through with! St NATIONAL 20 15 15 Mueller. Gathers. Lush and Kocher; Holmes and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION (Saturday) At R K E LMlnneapolis................ 5 10 0 jMilwaukee 2 6 3 Fave and Owens: McGlinn; Gilligan and Breen. game postpon- ed on Saturday. j At R H Ei ;Indianapolis...........__... 3 1' iToIedo...................... 2 5 2! Webb and Ritter; James, Schultzj jand Rapp. I I At St. K H E !St. Paul 13 1 Kansas City................ o 6 5 Decanniere, Leroy and. Kelly; Bran-i I don, Bowell, Ebert and James. i j (Sunday) j p i j At R H Ej 1st. 15 4j {Minneapolis___ 7 11 3j Gehring, Leroy and Spencer; Essickj jWaddeil, Peaster, Cavel and Owens, j j At Louisville (first R H Ej Louisville 9 2; Columbus 12 3J j lllgiabotbam and Pack- iard and Bemis. Second REE i Louisville 14 i Columbus 18 4J Wicker, Rlchter and Hughes; Cook ;and Arbogast and i At R H E i Milwaukee...... 9 1 i Kansas 10 2 j _ j Cutting Marshall; -BraadOQ andjj j O'Connor. v I At R H EJ Jndianapol's 2 2' 2 play which 'would sa-ve the situation. Remarkable catches by Boston 8 Brooklyn......... 6 9 9 11 14 13 19 .571 i' .333 .296 .240 1 "Melbourne, ATurtraHa, ilay Lang defeated Jack (Lester, the American heavy- weight, last night -in- the- sixth round of a ten-round go. Lang- had all the best of the argu- ment and floored the Ameri- can several" times. In the sixth Lester dropped to the floor without.'being thit and the referee awarded the fight to Lang. Quality, not Quantity These Fore Door Runabouts are selling fast, and we would advise everybody to shop early We have just been advised by the factory that the whole 1911 output of cars have been sold. So when our present orders are sold out we can get no more ERASER TUCKER Gasoline, Creates, Fisk and Dunlop Tires, Batteries, etc., in'stcck ;