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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP Lethbridge a Member of Prov. Lacrosse Leaaue Opening Game Tonight Corinthians of England to Tour the United States in September Causes General Dis- k (3y James J. Corbstt.) Ont. May 1 to be the one best bet hopes" stopped off in Kan-! last week to pick up a Jim Flynn. the to be the easy mark Is to contribute part .of the evening's i It was the unexpected; York. -May ite announcement that the Corinthians of England, per- haps the most famous ama- teur soccer footftali team in the world, will tour the Unit- ed Stales and Canada in Sept- ember, is made here by Cap- tain Harry Manley. of the Sta- ten Island Football Olub. The Englishmen will play only one game in New York. They start their schedule m Canada, and play also in Phil- adelphia. St. Louis. Chicago, Fall River, and other cities. The opening gams of the City Baseball at .the Athletic Park this evening, looks like a P'jrs thing. At least the weather con- ditions could not be mere suitable for the occasion -than those pre- vailing in the fore part cf tgcsy. The wind in the morning was just was required to put the diamond in shape snd with the aid of the sun t.he ground will be perfect for basebsll. The Y. M. C. A. and the Sporting Goods will be the teams to-try conclusions and of winning the initial game be.a stirring incentive to the teams to pur forth their best efforts. A tooth and nail contest msy be expected. The game will be called at 6.39. Mayor Adams has been re- quested to pitch the first ball. Lethbridge, Taber and Medicine Hat Include Southern Section of Organization Northern Clubs Draft Schedule South Advised to Call Meeting Calgary. May 17. At ine executive council of the meeting offside this y f iiic Alberta, i were not f ear. The members present Foyle, Hijrh River; Tommy Burns, favorable to this but Calgary; Dr. AV.A. Hicks, it happened; however, as it toes and Al Kaufmann, Call- I s pride, ana tae .man, in expectations of the lovers, of the! BjDort have reposed, played the part' qt I ynn knocked out Kaufjnann in the j telr's round, a few seconds before the tfsie limit, -bat had he been unable put over the finishing punch the bout I mile. [IMOS WON FROM BRONCHOS Standing of Clubs Today Games in.the Big'Leagues err. section, find Lethbridge, Taber and [of the teams in the southern league to j Medicine Hat in th-e southern division, i the southern men. As the northern i While only two of the teams will adhere to the old rule it [represented by their own officials alljwill.be necessary in the final sames 'of the other teams have the regular number of men either by proxy, Jetier or phone jail seemed enthusiastic about the pros- play on each team. A gloom -was cast over the meeting Considerable difficulty was experi- enced iu drawing, up. the schedule as many other events had to be taken in- to consideration. After working until nearly midnight a very satisfactory one was adopted for the northern di- vision. It will be a single schedule of AMERICAN Edmonton, 31ay. The game here Detroit Uis last night Between the Eskimos andBoston as his by a mile.- He 'outfought I; larger and heavier opponent. ,tnd- made tae Calgary Bronchos only went seven Philadelphia Chicago .New York Washington Cleveland St. Louis 'I tile "Native Son" look like an ama-jinnings, tne.Home aggregation winning I by 2 to 0. The game was played in 'semi-darkness and a drizzling rain and .teur from start to finish. I Fsw "Crude Hopes" Left With Kauteann out of the running. cuan't amount to anything as a base- only temporary, the white man's! of the heavyweight problem sim-i .Pieh pitched .for Edmonton.; Biers down to the bunch of crude jpitbhed a splendid game and the now undergoing: the refining j Bronchos could only locate him for .in various parts of the coun-jtwq- Dingles during the seven innings. and ahxmg whom'may be mention-j b'Teaie Manning, too, was in fine form Morris, of. as the j and only allowed four hits, but they solitary "expectation" to show (nit at the opportune time and that) Won 24 -to 13 12 10 12 AMERIO At >N R HE pects for the season. The great na-jby the recent death of Percy McBridt; twelve games. To save travelling ex- will oi'f with better j who carne to Calgary to represent Ed-penses the teams at the extreme en-ds tional game will oi'f with better who carne to algary to represent -p pi-ospects in the province this season Lmonton at the last meeting and was circ than in any other time in its history, suddenly taken down with pneumonia other teams of the other end upon the play each of tho Lost P. C.jCieveiand....... S .SS-ijMew York 12 .555 j Gregg and Fisher and Blair.! 11 12 13 14 17 20 f .520! NATIONAL At Chicago- Chicago 501Philadelphia ___ Scott and Sullivan; Krause 01 Thomas., At St. St. Louis 000.100.20x- One of the most important decisions i while here- and died in the local hos- (same trip. f reached at the meeting was that of j pital Resolutions of regret were pass- j filiating with the A. A. A. U.' i ed by the meeting on the decease of Until this vear the Provincial La-! the late .Mr. McBride and directions R R Eicrosse league has been the only ama- the j jsremwa for home and Mor.ean Indianapolis never wassers or afc; Duggan who dropoed Won IT 19 15 .14 '13 10 9 12 12 15 19 IS Ne1 is -his wont. He has signed, to box O'Brien six rounds at_ the latter's time in (whipped rantH Carl ha% shown that he is ready Brennan .or -bisger came. i i v .scores.' I Johnson-C'Srien in June T 1 T Calgarx- missed a dandr chance to in the meantime Johnson as. loafing L i ji in the seventn. Morgan, leading j out a three-bagger, but hej ciied Martin, the next man Mr the breezes. Duggan got a life on j runner on first and out. Manning hit the e as Msr- WESTERN CANADA 10 fi 5srgen; Weaver, At R H E S 2 'Cincinnati 11 1 I Brennan, Chalmers. Sbuitz, and Mor- ]an' and Dooiu: Suggs and ZvlcLean. j At New R -H E jNew York 10 2 Louis........ 12 1 j iiaymond, Ames, Marquard. .and Wil- 11 draw up a schedule Cor snd the secretary TO -write diUerenc clubs assuu; taem to got. an respecting the amount were on their feet at the end of the .000 .538 paid their players. All-scheduled a meat-ins? 10 be j clirbs were, sent-affidavits for signature iK-t th'iuv May 24. Size of'the TsEm" Hat, in a munication to the league .that i teams be all reduced to uvn men Wcn Lost P. C.iSOI1: Steele and Biiss. Edmonton At club seme itirst, -leaving a aiscaa not oe considered in me lishtj'. Ntnira with one a. chanrpioashipv contest, btit ousht iatmosDhere in tae same i exnibmon. t _. na ana taen Moran was thrown out en ien was a wonderruiiv -clever per-' ait. prove a clever 'can be depended upon to very 'fast .pace while his steam i" Calgary 3 0 'i land (Moose'Jaw. Brandon Moose Jaw Saskatoon 6 1.0 R E 7 12 1 joo-fittsburg 15 .1 .300! -Pferfer, Brown and Steele Gibson. RAIN PREVENTED GAMES The Saskatoon-Brandon and Moose Jaw-Winnipeg games were AMERICAN ASSOCIATION rounds, the Calgary "boy jsaouid have scored a. knockout in the i ninth had he bad a little more steam. past, week the 'league president, a ma_ioritjr pf-the rounds Lau- overcome the ruisor- gcincr the rounds jaer iGrcQQ tne pace and landed four or of tbe .clubs have exceeded -live times to Marino'3 once, and on several occasions had the American going badly. A couple of lively preliminaries j rounded out a sport. The attendance was t'airiy g-ood. 3un Foley refereed. the-salarv.'limit of the league. Cardstcn, May season's games began auspiciously yesterday R on .the Town Square. It snd the ball which followed lastj 11 2iwas Arbor Day, a civic holiday, ;and 10 Ijthe citizens spent the forenoon in a by rain. The teams 'Saskatoon gchliwer and Ritter; Lindaman, "clean-iip. and the afternoon s devotee! to witnessing the contest R H El'oetween tbe Mountain- View team.and 11 .sica.njston "True Blues." There was a 0 good big crowd of spectators, too. For the first few" innings the- Moun- itain View boys did not find themselves Unbotham and Hughes, i At i Kansas City appreciated their treatment as the! B. C. WOMAN WON AT GOLF fort Rush, Ireland, May a i round of tne ladies' gold championship [here Mrs. Policy of British Columbia t Miss Kaigb of Harrowgate, guests of the Cardstcti team at supper land five up. j evening. NOTTS WOM AT CRICKET Mr.'Oliver Hahsen, of Aetna, wasj ujudon. '-beat Lel- on hand with his big camera, and by ten wickets. a snap at the.two teams, we hope with) surrey -beat Oxford by 141 TWO, good effect, as we may later learn. j The Cardston grounds are the best; ever, as the Town Conncil WON levelled 'them up and :put things is; firsf ciass shap.e, so that'baseball Ixasj London. 3.1ay CRICKET MATCH innings Graham. JkvGlynn.' Shorthand Powell, Maddox and' p'Con-nor. At Cardston piled up the this year in Cardston yesterday by an Then they got -busy, and district j and-17 runs. [Columbus 12 ?2jcardston woke up to the fact.the visi-.......... James and.Rapp; Rileyjlors; SCored four runs. jand Arbogast; T _j' From this time" on the same in- j At K JMinneapolis 1 J Patterson and Owens'. _______________ of the game, the final score be- in Cardstcn's favor... EASTERN jteresti'ng. The town fans began to 'root for the View, boys, and they re- splendidiy, and only- a few were made during the latter jCaech, Geiiring and Spencer. j R-HEi iuaitimore 6 Rochester Vickers and J3 tlccnsiderable anai. i to be the Ail oilier games rain. All 'Cigar Connoisseurs Agree That the ROXBORO CIGAR Is- the Most Perfect Expression of J.L. UIV C Cigar Manufacturer's Art TRY ONE TO-DAY ,-was Macdonaid's ion and -.-The teams -are a goocJ lot. Mountain View has a. lot of husky fellows who strength and endurance" and skill. They are picked in the league form-! ed west of us by Beaxer. Leavitt; Moiia _ (tain; View, Hill Spnng- and Glenwood. Cardston has a stronger aggregation] I tfoan iast year, and wniie in size they cannot'compare with their yesterday's opponents, have some very skil- _____ players. Their Jine-up was as fol- The Caledonians and Over- lows: seas are scheduled to play a :Thompson. Ellison, pitch- league football match at ..the Perry. 1st -base; Wilson, 2nd .base: Atnieu'c Park even-, -0MD- Spencer. ..3rd base: ;Dr. C. H. Nel- fison, short stop; .Cobura, Heed and -Waddell, field.' Dr. Neison is manager ana is a great [acquisition f.o the team, being a splen- batter: CALLiES AND OVERSEAS fOMORROW NIGHT ing HITCH; OVER I SETTLED] Mr: Perry, who was with the-team i yearj jg capt.ain. President A.M. j Ottawa. of the Cardston Association, in splendid nmnin.c: order within 48'W.as very much pleased witli the work i declares President Walter Cun-j yesterday and as it was the first tiTie iningiiam, of the .Capital Lacrosse the full complement of men "DOS [when approached as to the progress together, they certainly showed affair? the camp of the Senators. The directors have discussed the sit- nation and has been sent to Jim- rate .'Murphy, denying the rumors .that ithe Capitals would retire, and the bat, and his brother, S. Web- some class. The Mountain View team have Vv. F. Polley as manager, and G. S. Hart- ley as captain, with J. W. Webster be- jof allowing lacrosse to become a back !number in the citv that has done more ster, in The other members yesterday were Messrs, Jordan, .Geo. ifor its prosperity than Toronto and! Parker, Herman Kenly. and two others, {Montreal put together, it will Vithsn ajnames ?4ot learned. They are a very ll'evr weeks, enjoy its annual boom. lot of fellows, and fully -REFORM has divorced tHc. idea that cool, comfortable summer suits be iil-stling.- 2 piece Suits have the style and Siiapeiiness of the heavier gar- meats. i he wonderful Fit- Retorm system of designing and hand tailoring makes this possible, McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lethbridge. ;