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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THI LETHBUPO MBRALP SATURDAY, MAY 1% 1914 TO TRAIN ATHLETES Berlin, May Imperial Ger- man; committee tor Olympic sports computes that there are approximate- ly athletes actively training for 'the" honor of representing Ger- many in the Berlin Olympiad of :1916.. "We stake everything on a victory." a member of the committee. "For us tl'6 Olympic games rapre- sent no selfish object. We will il OIK best, but to the mere end of winning, for in triumphs we recognize chiefly the impetus to the nation that avails lladf of; the benefits of athletics and seeks recuperation in healthy sports, the corroding influences of he out- weighed. "Athletles, in a way, .are fortifying the Gerttan race, and "in that; spirit decided to excel as Jar as lies in our powfer.' Germany plans to spend in training its athletes, and expects a Ms popular subscription if nec'essiry afterward to make up a de- ficit caused bj the wpenses of the "actual holding of the games. only deviation from the stan- dardized contests planned is to give an opportunity to the German they did not have at Lon- don or Stockholm. The popularity of that form of exercise in Germany is shown -by the size of. the national or- ganization, which 'has mem- bers. "A long series of elimination tests is planned throughout empire, in- eluding games in the-army, schools and colleges. As fast as the right men are discovered they -will he put In charge of professional trainers for their special branches and developed systematically..' Tha..srdsramme3 ot ell Germany til 1916-have been formulated to single out winners in the. Olympics, 20 that Germany will have a constant- ly growing -number of specialists in every department of athletics. Last year foreign sporting conditions were investigated m order to adopt ths. best methods abroad. Finally steps were takeu to prevent athletics from degenerating into a mere exhibition of skill by a-fo'w acrobats. The lead- ers of the Olympic committee want sports developed along lines to arouse the interest of the masses and to goad them on to fresh independent wofk." NATAL WON GAME The baseball game at NaUI last Sunday was' won by the Xatal team, not the Crow's Nest, as previously re- ported. A _ _ POLO TOURNAMENT AT MACLEOD THIS SUMMER Macleod, Alta.; May Arrangements are being made by the local polo fsr the holding of loiima- ment hero during tie of July 14, when the Marteod Cup nud the Evans Cup, donat- ed by Col: Evans of Montreal, ami the Ladies' Cups will'be' competed for. As this tourua- ment will be the bis event of the year, in Western Canada polo circles, it being the an- nual tournnrneui ot tut? West- ern Canada Polo association, teams are expected here from Pekisko, MlllarvlUe, Xorth Fork, Cowley, Cochrane, High River and Pish Creek. UP IN1SEBALL Word .was received br -tie sporting editor of the Herald -yesterday from Mr. Roy Lee of Taber, that the Ta- ber team would not? he represented in the District Baseball league this year, because of a dearth of material in that town. Taber has heen hanging fire ior some time and to make the league a presentable one ion. public interest the'Taher club as a league member was considered verj- necessary and the league promoters were not in- clined to 'give up in their hope that the 'Tater team would at last see its wav clear to go in to the league, but such does not'seem to he the case. will not have an equal chance with the rest ot the towns is difficult- to, understand and another attempt to -gat them in the league ill be- The schedule ot games drawn up, counting Taber in, calls for the open- IBS- at Bow Island -on.-Tuesday iext, the Lethbridge club making the trip to the gas- 'town: Mlicleod is scheduled to play in. Taber the fol- lowing day; On the 25th of "May, Taher is scheduled to play at Leth- bridge and Bow Island at Hacleod. Should Taber finally-decide to stay out a three-team league schedule will he arranged., between Lethbridge, Macleod and Bow Island. However, Lethbridge will open the season at Bow Island on Tuesday t ni-tch will be arranged here for the evening oi Empire Day. VICTORY AND DEFEAT FOR MACLEOD ELEVEN Macleod, -MSrlS.-Tba .first game of i the South-Western Football lea- gue plaveil in 'Macleud gave the loc- als an win over the hoys from Claresholm who notched only two goals as against the seven secured by Macleod. President-.Rogers kicked oft the the honor ot. scoring the first goal was cabbaged by "Sandy" Dunn, the captain oi the local eleven. The second game played by Macleod in the S. league at- Stavcly yes- terday proved rather disastrous for Jiacte'od, "the-latter being well wal- loped to the tune of 5 to 1. KNGI.ISH WON GAME' 1'he second International fnothall match played here this year resulted in a win ior the English over the Irish by a score of 1 to 0, the lone tally being made hy Plante. A re- gret-table 'feature oi tlis game was the-accident in which SIcGowan, the crack the regular team strained the cartilegc of his knee, which mishap will likely place him hors de combat as far as football is concerned for some time. WHERE MACLEOD CRICKET CLUB WILL PLAY ITS GAMES THIS SEASON Macleod, Alta., May Mae- leod "Cricket club has arranged its schedule-tor the season, from which it Is seen that the games will be play- ed by the local men at Lethbridie with -Lethbridge OB May 15 and June 13; at Calgary, with St. Johni's.on September 5, and with .dub at a later date; at Tuber, 'with Tsber on August IP, and at Macleod with Lethbridge on July. 18. and Aug- ust 29; with., Calgary on May 25; with St. of Calgary on July 1, and with Taber on Jnne 3. Harley-Davidson Motorcycle 1914 CANADIAN PRICES (F.O.B. Milwaukee, including duty.) Model 10-A.... Model 260.00 Model 305.00 Model 310.00 Model 10-F.... 355.00 Sidecar IpO.OO ALSO EXCELSIOB AND YALE MOTORCYCLES. M. PRIEST 611 6tfc St.'.8outh. Phone 1858.. c for Catalogue New York, Mav invasion of Europe by our leading -white heav- ies has bet-n postponed for the time being. Gunboat Smith, who, ivcre told, had signed tor bouts with Sam 1 Langford and LGeorgcs Carpentier, is still ivith us, and probably he all summer. Jim Cofiey, another would- he traveller, has also decided to stick j around a Tvh% longer._ CoBey, ac- I cording, 'to" the nEivspapeis, was to 'have hosted Bombardier Wells jtt Lon- don month. I- The big boys, must have been spoofing about 'those oilers oS big! purses. I I It is announced that the Langford- Smith match was called off by the 1 promoters, because public sentiment 1 in England is against the mixing of the whites and blacks in the prize ring. What the reason For the can- cellation of the Wells-Coffey, bout de- ponent sayeth not. Of the trio of heavies wtoo v.-ere ex- tensively advertised for foreign trips only Frank Moran threatens to keep his word. And icr a time it looked as though, he, too, had changed his mind about meeting Jack Johnson i next June. According to reliable au- i thority; Frank was on the verge of fa (break with his Dan McKct- trick, and bad1 practically called ev- erything off, when Dan'1 Mor- gan, representing McKettrick. wbo is still in France, had a talk with Mor- aii ami adjusted matters to the sat- isfaction of the red-headed Pittsburg fighter. MEDICINE HAT DOG SHOW Medicine Hat, Alta., May first annual bench show of the Medi- cine Hat Kennel club will be held here on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Julj- 7, 8, and 9. Entries close on Saturday, June 27. Premium lists and entry forms will -be forward- ed to fanciers on receipt of card 'with name and address, on application to TV.. 0. Clare Forster, secretary, 322 Twelfth street, S.B., Medicine Hat, Alberta. SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE fotttlif cs. ftvcn ruriing fnfinll. A small nose. only, nrcrfecland fiivcft oiilcV The Sunday School Senior Football [league has drawn up a schedule of 'games that will keep them busy the latter part of July. One game aready. been played, the next is nest Wednesday. Here Is the schedule: May vs. St. Cyp- rians. May vs. St. Andrew's. May Mary's vs. Westmin- ster. May Mary's vs. St. Cyp- rians. Mfty Andrew's vs. St. June Andrew's vs. Westmin- ster. June vs. Si. Mary's., June" vs. St. Cyprian's, June vs. Westminster, June Anorew'8 vs. St. Cyp- rian's. June Cyprlan'a vs. Went- June vs., S fc. Juno Andrew's vs. Wesley. June vi. Wesley. July vs. St. Mary's July Mary's SL An- drew's. July. vs. St, Andrew's.'. July vs. Wesley. .Idly Cyprian's vs. Wesloy. July. -Cyprlu'8 ve. St. An drew'a Spring's Standard 3 Button Sack Made to please and satis- fy the Conservative men at all times, must be correctly dressed, but despise freakishness. The graceful lines in this suit, impart -dignity and good form to the wearer. Made in many qualities of materials, and at all prices, i Model price Ask to see'ydiir size. NATIONAL flew York............. B 12 0 PttUburg.............. 3 9 8 Mnthowson and Meyers; -McQuil- lan, Harmon and Gibson. Boiton 202 Cincinnati 4 JO 3 Strand and dowdy; Whaling, Yingling and Clark. Brooklyn I............. 12-13 2 Chicago 5 13 6 Pfeffer, Zabel. and Miller; Laven- and BroB'imhatu Philadelphia.....'.. 383 Sti Louis.. 5 10 1 Jacobs, Marshall aiid Kllllfer, Dpo- in; Griner, Bailee and Snyder. AMERICAN Detroit ..i......... 0 New York 2 6 1 Dauss and Stannee; Cald.well and Sweeney. St. Louis.............. 9 12 0 Boston 3 S 3 Weilman and Rumler; Bedlent, Wood and Cady. Cleveland........'....-.. 34 1 Philadelphia-............ II 10 0 Bianding, Gregs, Beck and Carlsch; siiawkey, Bush .and Lapp, Schang. Chicago..............364 Washington............ 6 7 1 Cicotte. Wolfgang, Faber and Daly, Schalk; Snsle, Shaw and Williams. FEDERAL Kansas City ,.......v 1 6: 1 Pittsburg........... -0 Cultop and Easterly; Dickson, Hen' dersott and Berry.' St. Louis............ 6'0 4 Brooklyn i..........KM 3 Groom and Herbert; Welsh and Simon. [Chicago......'-.. Hendrlx and Wilson, demons; I Moore, Bro'wn, Hauser and Blair. Indianapolis 1. 5 3 j Baltimore.............. 2 6 2 Falkenburg and Rariden; Suggn i and RusseL WESTERN CANADA Easy for Calgary Calgary, Alta., -May The Eski- ,mos sensational .hall behind 1 Dickinson, who pitched only..a.verase, and heat the Bronte 9 to 1. i Edmonton jj LOOK HERE AQUATIC AMOC. Notice to Boat appli- cation! tor' apace in locution bulldlrif must be >fcftmi In Phil Bawdtn't handi on or before May 31. TAKC CARI'I When for publication this an not at the office they have habit of getiiiiK In tlie ihuffle, Make lure It reaches the editor the morning of day of publication. letter re- ceived moraine through mall> of Iliw-up for last Thursday erenini'a game at Adami Park.' Wolfe's JH P" i'Galgarr Dickinson and and Ryan. Spencer: Meyers, Man's Faithful Friends! Doubled Score' Medicine Hat. Alta., May 'Millers evened lip record with the Hatters by winning, 12 to C even though Moose Jaw second sackev, did "make- three er- rors. The Millers pounded Hickev hard, and Mother Dunn went In to re- iliove alter Hickay had allowed six runs to be butted in during the third I Inning. Score; vJMoose Jaw .........13 i8 4 Medicine Hat........... 8 i Concannon, Gavin and Kelly; Hick ey, Dunn and Bliss. Ten Innings Saskatoon, Sask., May took ten innings to decide the contest with the Red Sox. Finally Collins' double, following Walters' single, did the needful, and the scoro stood 7 to 6 for the Quakers. Northrup, who started for the Quakers, was-pounded for six runs in the sixth before being derricked. Score: lna J Saskatoon....., Bollendor, Ryan and Hoth; North- rup, Co'lllna and Walters. Sold by all first class and clubs IK HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE (Won" In tlie centre of thoBtrw ami storci on liido.. oboluUlv andnwble; EDROPEAt! Wiib CATARRH DTTMC BLADDER Itfnwll JOE KELLEY A new -picture of the manager of thb Toronto Intornatloiml- League team, which great form since t'ho opening of 'Urn season. The raid of the Fodorals: docs not scorn to have 'had much effect on Kclloy's Kl8.ll, Ask for a Wolfe's Schnapps and Ginger Beer when you thirst for a long drink, and you have the finest. combirurtion refresher and health tonic possible. Wolfe's Schnapps stimulates the vital organs of the body to healthy activity by freeing them from the clogging influ- ence of waste matters. Every glassful is a draught of re-' ne wed health and vigor. Vastly superior to ordinary gin. OtUitutUt t! all Htllls tnd Rttall Slfrti. Dlrtrlbutors T'-IE BAY COMPANY, Our New Suits are unusual values -in style, in quality of cloth, and in the superior tailoring of every garment. We can give you choice of Blue Serges, Blue Flannels, Gray Worsteds, -Home- spuns in a big variety of effects, and other of the season's novelties, in the newest styles. Ask to see our Suits at to J35. 965 McKelvie McGuke Tlie Liglitest, Sur- est, Most very essence of all Canadian. MODEL T Runahouit f. o. b. Ford, On t a p I o' Six hundred dollars li the prico of tho 'runabout; tho touring car li six Bftr, tho town 'car hlno o. h.'Ford, Ont., complete with equipment. Got catalog and particular! from VIRTUE BROS. 12M 3rd Lethbrltlje ;