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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY KEKALH Friday, May ID. EDMONTON HAS A GOOD IEAD CALLIES NIGHT 1 Games in the Big Leagues _, j the game. A great deal of excitement Vjiame rlayed in pother-1 took place when McKay tried to score j but the Callies bacKs delivered the! "Wind stopped him from doing: so. >aud Jackliisch. fBan'nennaa tried to score for the'cal-1 At -N' EASTERN R H E 7 1 :ider and Fitzgerald; SOMETHING DOING AT CITY MAY 24TH Diamond City. May [leave Diamond City at U p.m., to re- -iuty is going to have a great celebra-ilura to Lethbridge. some With Varietv tion on Victoria Day, May 24, and R H are making every preparation to ?_0 jliss- but of doing so, he fell 7 ijSive the people of an OD iinto the goal. The first half H 1 jportunity to join in the fun Th Tir! niwith the seorp in favwr nf pat.i and Shentz nnri farfv Mv. --..-.A v j. _i (fv.1 Luijuiv to JO'P in fnf Owing to the- intense wind it was a the score in favor of the Cal-' Smitn and Shentz and Cady: Mal-'Whn ren- difficult lies. .arkey and Killifer. i "ant to early .Montreal ry difficult .tiling for the.-Overseas. 1Jes. .arkey and Killifer. and the.Callies to compete foot-1 Inside of three minutes the bail game last evening, but once more, but it was more Of less a fairly-good game took place. ;aa accident than clever playing. The, III toss iip-lhe Carries won and'Overseas goalkeeper was 'blocked aad they decided -to kick with.the not sec the ball but Moore westerly wind that was blbwing. 'From aml scored. Upon several occasions The 'beginning the Callies rushed upon several occasions it was in Whyte took tbe ball away from two the Overseas, and altogether he "back, stopped several of the Ov-i ed a pretty gocd game, while Kane, from and Home, thej Overseas forward, tried to place the Overseas back, came down to the half The day will be some day if the wea- ther man smiles on the occasion. There win be football and baseball matches, contests for best single driv- team of general purpose hor- R H EJeigh- train going to Carman- -0 7 and will -be met by the Diamond S train at Kipp and taken in. But and Byers; Carroll and one o'clock there will .train leaving At Jersey R H Oi'0.200.001- but the Overseas forced the to kick City 0. .ball off the field, or else 14 ij ,vo of should have scored. Easton. the noted and To-ineman; Rudolph, j T.ISV- Callie "back, stooned nf the. and Kocher. can take tbejses> track events, bucking contests, all such sports. In the evening will be a concert followed by a The Hotel Diamond has al- a wide reputation for the acco- nd meals it provides, and visitors will be assured of a hearty and good treatment by all the of Diamond City. Is the only water from the original Caledonia Spring- hence merits its title of THE WATER OF QUALITY you good and is good to drink. read (Two Former Letnbridge Pitchers Opposed-Pick the Winner Edmonton, May the second, ie in three days a lanky individual, i PieL by name> has walked the AGNUELO of the diamond -with a web f Lethbridge, Alta Home; the goalkeeper, caught it the ball to the goal was either overO ho not able to put the ball where top or on either sides of it Thornpj he-thought it. belonged. The Overseas was always trying to score, and1 deserve a great deal of praise for one occasion the Overseas got way that they worked aad played and took the ball away from him. ab.st tue wind in the first half, jPage scored, but "Kid" Thompson was1' Green, the one with the big iong and it did not count, Moore j Jess pkyed an excellent game for his to remedy this by trying to score, -W although he was not able to but was noc a'b-e to do sa Brennan score. Among rhe star players in the Criecl Io score for the Overseas, buf. .naif were Kane and caught it. and -Jlnir tried "Vvliyte. once more to give his team at least one but he was unable to, as he kick- es and Steinmitz. Chicacc R- H E Standing of Clubs Today lo 0 Edmonton _T, S 15 2 CaUarv white, Scott. Walsh and Sullivan: .'winning Hall and Xunamaker. R H 9 WESTERN CANADA "Won Lost 10 10 Upon one occasion when the CalSies were trying to score they passed the ball to but he was so .small that he was unable io reach the tall as it Ir-Gtinced along the ground and over his head. Page kick- ed a corner; but it went behind the goal. tried to score -but Korne Save it a punch and knocked it off the grounds. The Overseas thought, tbit would be a good chance to score 1 but they found that they were up ag- ainst the real stuff. ed the ball too far it rolled off the grounds, and the j ended with the score in favor noted Callies. The line-up "was as follows: __ jErandon jMoose Jaw v, 4 Saskatoon ?vew York G ;y and Clark: Warhop and Blair. R H E NATIONAL 15 2- Won Lost P. .ia S 4 Philadelphia and Stahage; Plank and Pittsburg P. C. .833 .700 -5S3 ,.364, NOWAK BEAT THE SPOKANE WIZARD Exciting Finish to Handi- cap Pool Match at Wallace's Bob Wallace's was the scene of an Lt exciting and extremely clever same of >pool last evening. Connie the {local artist, and E. P. Henninsr, the CAR CRASH INTO BUT HE footed gait and proceeded-to hang the i Indian sign on every portion of the Bronchos' bodies. The evening was dull, rain threaten- ing throughout, and Pieh's speed was almost impossible to connecfwith safe- ty. He held the visitors to three hiie, (Wilson getting a ;'triple and a single, jfrom which total one run was scored. I In addition he fanned ten, Lezie, Mar- AUTO DRIVER ON FIRE, tin, -Moran and Morgan all succumbing ESCAPED JURED Jacksonville, craft, driving a Bunnan match Park, Knox C. fcue wizard o -testants. Spokane, were the con- Henning .gave Nowak New York Chicago Cincinnati E St. Louis yn NATIONAL r, it- At New R H Calhes-Goal, Mclntyre, backs. Ban'New York 100.000000-1 5 and Easton: half-backs. Glen, Pittsbarg 1 Boston nd TV anless: forwards, Thomp i Mathewson, Marquard, Ravmond) "emenson, Moore and Me-jand Myers: Adams and Gjbson. j "rtie" At R H Ej J. backs, F. Brooklyn S i' Horne and Green: half-backs. 4 Detroit 19 16 12 10 9 S R7J) j handicap of 25 balls, or at least he was 12 12 15 20 AMERICAN e and Muir. W. D. 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 2 L. F. A. P. j 0203 0212 0001 3 0 McQuillan and .McLean. j At R H E 'Boston "R 1 :N I St. Louis 10 1 Cleveland Mattern and Rariden; Harmon and, Washington. If the wind had -p. not helped the Callies, undoubtedly ls and McHvena: forwards, McKay' Scanion, Rucker and Bergen: Gas-ctlicaso The Overseas would probably have; ne' Brennan' Banibridge r-J vr--r- scored. McJlurtie was there with the I' goods, as was also McKay. Mulr tried! Standing of Ciubs to score, but he could not, and McMur-j tie came to the rescue and scored for'Caledonians .him. Clemensou and McMurtie knock S. 0. E. el the Overseas goalkeeper over, and Westminsters should have scored, but they were too Overseas slow, and the backs put the bail away! 'from their goal, even if the backs had I not come to the rescue they could not' hare scored, as they were offside, and Referee Arnold was not asleep and Eresnahan. i 'At R ____ 2 Chicago ,Bt. Louis 26 15 .13 13 14 10 9 Lost P. o 12 14 14. 14 17 '17 21 -71jjrequired to make 125 while the local made and'amidst the ap- of the crowd, which packed .400 viewpoint in the hall, the victor. i The finish -was watched with breath- excitement. Henning needed 27 ['balls and Nowak 11 'to win. The local then ran seven. The other hop- to it and BOiliing seemed beyond i -830 ;his mysterious capacity. He ran w..u .571 >ball after iball from the most difficult 517 positions conceivable. twice to his 'benders. don't think for a minute that ;PhiI Lezie was not performing in a Hay-.worthy manner. He has always been in a special kimos, and last night was no exception, miles at. Moncrief i The locals managed to get four hits f his delivery, and were fortunate in the bunching two in one innings, resulting in a cloud of dust, in two rims. Another counter wa Haycraft from seeing- the gathered in the eighth after which the of the turn. His ma- same was called on account of dark- the fence, turned with the score three to one. Haycraft into a I Score by tank of the Knox car caught fire, and the wrecked ma- w chine jvas .burned. Haycraft's" clothes j j.j.0., o also.caught fire, but spectators snuffed Three-ba out the- flames. wilson: two-base hit, JUBIlilElSATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL CHESS j CONGRESS TAKES PLACEHN JULY lits.. Lussi, onfalls, off Lezie G, of Pieh 4: struck iSes, Edmonton 7, Calgary 5; hit -by pitcher.'.Mackin: stolen bases. Dudley (Lussi 2, Brennan; attendance time 2.35: umpire morrison. .453'refused -to track right (SASKATOON PUT GAME New. York. May 18.-Prof. Or. D.lch-1 BEGINNmG 0 Si Ltf May JilS--The Saskatoon of an -----o arranged to cele- jbrate the jubilee year of that organi- programme lour hits, nnnnip tt-ttW a j3ase on STAND AT ATHLETIC PARK From here on the Callies eot in and played a little -better they had been. McKay took the ball from one side of the field to the otb- er, and the "Seas" same very close to scoring. Page, one of the Callies, tried a long shot, but it went over the top of the goal, and McM.urtie again to score, .but with the wind it: was carried over the top tJe goal once more. Page kicked a corner, and in the scramble McMcrtie 2nd Clemenson came together, slilj Mack i-usalng into the Overseas post and sustaining a good bump the'-right eye, .but was able to finish A marked improvement is noticeable in the grand stand at the Athletic Park. The west side has been -boarded up and practically no -wind or dust bothers the spectators as in former, years, when the wind is from the usual direction, the southwest. There was a stiff wind biowing Wednesday evening, but the spectators -levying the' wall game from the stand nev- er felt it. 2Q ____ Toronto 15 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Buffalo 11 i At R H E Baltimore 12 Columbus ____ 5 7 o 'Montreal g Minneapolis ____ 6 5 'provideace o Newark EASTERN. Won Lost P C This SUm !s 6 UCC3eds ln takiQ 100 he required to win. Vien By defeated Henning forfeited ijuh o Lessard, L-eibhardt and Semis Cavet and Essick and Cole.' JerseT City At Louisville R H E 4 9 1 Paul 13 4 Kroh, Selby and Hughes; Decan- 'Columbus jniere, Leroy and Spencer. "'Milwaukee .i At Toledo- R K E 9 12 12 14 13 13 .550 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won Lost P. C. to anybody who fall from him. opponent is not required to put. anything. The'proprietor of the haU Henning for his s of ski11 on the cloth, Luck-was no "pard" of Henning's iaSt evening'' notwithstanding he 43 balls occasion. Xowak and Henning have been again at Wallace's this Imported Worsted Suits i Kansas Citv 5 i gt Paul .j Baskette and Rapp; Cutting, Short'Louisville jand Marshall. Toledo At Indianapolis- R H E Indianapolis ridianapolis 4 2 j iKansas City I Dowd and O'Connor. 10 3- 14 .12 14 20 21 .fioo CIS .588 .586 .517 And One-Round Kogan swore "like s. gentleman" that he'hadn't been fighting with Wolgast. Urn! Wonder what a fight looks like! Owan Moran will be on the coast r-, UCitJC UU UilllS a. Tarrasch of and a transportation from a dead brll Schlechter, of netted five runs in'the initial haK cot later than This lead was too great for the Peg- three tourna- gers and the locals led all the way i, me flrst of which through, scoring an additional run in masters and inter- the sixth, Maroons were re- td a minor tourna- tired with but two runs in the fourth. .when a home run by Knieger cleared -l he winners of the first and second the bases- McAlister was in the box urnaments will be recognized as mas for Pickers, and though wild at ters .by the German Chess Association times. kept the hits down to four and the rules of which will govern the scattered so well that nothing was do- p'ay- 'He was given'.gilt-edged support The last important meeting at Col- 'but little dinky error, and that not teillS chalked up against the contest in 189S, won. by Amos Burn of team- -Saskatoonians are ogne was the international, masters' .4S4 in a short time to fill engagements. Charousek. Cohu, Tschigorin, won, ov Amos of are Liverpool, who headed the victorious sh.owius remarkable improvement and British team in the last who are experts Bum lost only one game and this was scored against him by J. W. Showalten of was placed __ tv nil tJUgdtiyiityUCS He will be accompanied by his Schlechtor. "Silent" Charlie Harvey. Tile second international 10 4J Ritter; iladdOx and your "beS11 evenings and is nothing else quite so rich and elegant as Fit-Reform Worsteds. We import the fabrics from tailor every garment throughout by hand. i CANADIAN I At R H E 'Hamilton................... 3 4 St. Thomas 4 7 3 Rose and Barton; Howick and Wine- >speir. At R H E; Brantford .........___.___ g 7 31 13 12 4J Brambel and Dunn: Stevenson and! At London Guelph j Hynes and Peacock; JMcWhirter. R H E 3 4 o g 3 Mason and REGINA OBLIGED TO HAND OVER DREWRY LACROSSE TROPHIES INDIANS SPORTING AT ATHLETIC PARK TONIGHT and fielding showed up in mid-sea son lorm Though the Sporting Goods claim they Sll Lve a per cent, better line-up tonight than on Wednesdav evening when they were lorced to, the dust, by the T. M. C. A. stalwarts "the In- oians. have, great confidence .in. their ability to carry off the bacon Tney have a tine -respect. .for "Duke" Robson, who will be -on ?he" his speed The personnel and batting order Of; tbe ..War-Whoop" Vendors will be as Seidenbecker, 3rd base; ivioore short sto? Lepper 2nd base; Nicholson, first base; .Evans centre field' Jen our Let us. show you some of novelties, which appeal to all good dressers. j Regina, May Chipman and jDrewry, lacrosse championship cups. j for many years held at Regina, are to be packed and sent to Winnipeg in i accordance with Western Canada La- jcrcsse Association. Local lacrosse FOUL LANGUAGE WILL NO LONGER BE TOLERATED BY NATIONAL LEAGUE UM- PIRES is of the ;the trustees ordered otherwise. Thereieach other and to Presfdent Thomas strong feelings here that SaskatcheJ Lynch in a conference 349 limit from this kind of abuse. I am determined to stop it, and-if-suspen- sions will not stop it I shall add heaw fines." The umpires were instructed, in cas- es where it was agreed to call a game at, a stated time, the game should not be called right on the minute, but at finish of whatever inning might be tss. Punctuality in this small riot in an THE ROBIN HOODS Bum lost only one game and this tllis in the .nennant race before many weeks. "Winnipeg i 3 Syfert and Lutgen; -McAllister aid G regain, masters' _ already announced to Nr-, held at Carlsbad, Bohemia, will begin, Monday morning, August 21. awarded as follows- 000, 800, GOO, 500 Moose May" --..-_ 400 and 300 crowns. .'.won their game on Moose 'rors- three against, the WRESTLERS ASK base and'two each, against the FOR I3ircl and" short stop. Fournier, too T _ HAbbPOn., ,was caught stealing third with onlv Jack Curley, manager' of George ons down. The locals outhit Brandon wrestler, and Or the way, but the Angels were luclrv jB. F. Roller, have made 5" "n" iberpre .States .-Conimlssiouei '3 oose Jaw oosWo-3 8 i the Coronation celebration in.England; of seventh, f at ena e umpires present in today's con- fnCe Were Henry James McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lethbridge. BREAKS .157 STRAIGHT jthe icwilt Wash., May players on this aceo-mt an expert shot from Portland J "In every one of case-" stat were O'Day. James on business in the city yester- >d President, Lvnch "i find thV stone' Wiijiara Klein, Charles Rig- day made a run of 157 straight breaks, language used W the was Wm' Brennan- Eason, W. F. (without missing a bird, at I want to -o Flnneran and John Doyle. itJCe shoot over the fair grounds traps, now that I wilj i northwestern shooting is to open llever.stIood-