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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRJPGE: DAILY HERAIP PAGE THREt CITY BASEBALL Two Games Scheduled to Take Place in Afternoon at Athletic Park 'A double-headM is on the slate ior opening of the city amateur base- ball league at the Athletic park on -the 24th of May. The first same is hilled to start in the afternoon at a 15 The other game will he com- menced at'4.15. The first game will be called off at 4 o'clock 11 it is not finished, and will revert back to even innings it necessary. North Lethbridge and the Tjnucd Commercial Travellers arc scheduled tor the first clash anil kiiox and me [Travellers lor Hie second one. _ Ml teams have been practicing dili- ecntly Ior the games and are in fine fettle" for the issues. The schedule ol games drawn up is is follows Wav Lethbridge vs. United Commercial Travellers. C. T. vs. Knox. Uune 4-Knox vs N. L. Uune C. T. vs. N. L. Wllne L. vs. Knox. Uune C. T. vs. Knox. 'June C. T. vs. L. ITune L. vs. Knox. Uuly C. T. vs. Knox. Uuly TS. N. L. 'July C. T. vs. N.. L. Uuly C. T. vs. Knox. Uuly L. vs. Knox. Uuly 23-U. C. T. vs. N. L. Uulv C. T. vs. Knox. ARTHUR M. ALLAN Tlie Canadian diving champion wh vill represent Canada at the Panam Exposition diving competitions. HOSTILE FEELING IN CANADA KEEPS SCHORR AT HOME Louisville, Ky., May of hostile feeling, he alleges, ex- isting in Canada against Germans due to the European war, John A. Schork- M Memphis, has decided not to campaign his string o[ thoroughbreds on the Canadian tracks this summer, it was learned yesterday. Mr. Schorr won. in stakes anil purses in Canada last year, his David Craig capturing the rich Dorval Derby. The Schorr stable includes among others, David Craig. Luke' McLuke and Leo Charos, said to bs three of the best horses iu training. BASEBALL NATIONAL W. L. Pet 17 11 .00 17 12 1-1 13 15 15 11 15 15 17 12 16 11 18 .58 .51 .50 FAMOUS BULL PUKED Manager Donovan admits that King Cole will never pitch another game VnnkfiRs or any other team. Cole" put" on a uniform last Wednes- day in spite of the lact that it was was only a month ago that he was operated on for a tumor in the groin. He left the hospital week before last, declaring that he soon would be able to play ball. Hu refused to obey Don- ovan's instructions to rest easily and appeared on the field for practice. Cole finally complained of dizziness and was assisted to the clubhouse. His physician promptly ordered him to leave for his home in Bay City, Mich., telling him that he would be able to resume work on the diamond Philadelphia Boston Pittsburg Brooklyn St. Louis Cincinnati New York Pittsburg.................... New York................... 2 and Gibson; Perritt and Meyers. St. Louis J Brooklyn......... x Bailee and Snyder; Dell and Miller. Cincinnati-.'................... 6 Philadelphia 2 Dale and Dooin; Alexander and Kil- HCEMNEIHT M IS ONLY ME 11 AFTER WAR -May Kunciman, president of the Hoard of Trade, an- nounced tonight that the Jockey club had complied with a request by the government to stop racing in Groat Britain after this week for the dura- tion of Hie war, except at Newmarket. In u letwr, says that the general feeling on both sides in the House ot Commons is strongly against tbo con- tinuance of race meetings and that owing to. the war it is necessary to keep "the whole of our British rail- way system free from congestion aJ any time for the raoid and unimpeded transit of troops." An exception is made of the New market meeting because the town's In dustries are entirely dependent on rac ing. KING STILL IN GAME London, May aiiouhcemon ------made recently that King George was .483'about to discontinue racing was salf1 .455 today to be erroneous. The Kint .120 Bcratched his candidate for the Derbj i'riar Marcus. -The assumption wa that his Majesty was going to sto racing, and other horse owners bega: to follow his example. Today It deve oped that the King still has Sammarc entered in the Derby. Chicago...................... Pierce, Archer and Bresnahan; Hughes and Gowdy. AMERICAN w. New Detroit L. Pet. 9 .645 11 TRIGGER AND TRAP '.633 Chicago-. IN VELSrfllQE PICTURES There will be nothing -liy the patrons of the Welsu-Ritchie Hlght pictures which are being shown and tomorrow at the Variety Kl-ncatre. The big twenty-round bout 'is shown as a clean, clever and sci- entific demonstration of the manly art of 'self-defense, and wherever the 1 special of the fight thus far. BOUND came up smartly landed a smart left fare, Ritchie again failed to reach the spot effectively -with -his busy The fighting was hard and fast, Ritchie regaining some of his ginger, HOUND scored a left able to resume wort on me uiauiuuu after a rest of several months. But Donovan says that Cole s baseball onoan career is at an end. It is understood that the famous pitcher is suffering from an incurable ailment. Cole was the mainstay of the Cutis when they won the pennant in 1810. Subsequently he was traded to the Pirates, who let him go to the Col- umbus club. of the American Associa- tion. Cole regained his major league form with Columbus and in the fall of 1913 Chance drafted him for the Yankees. He went, to Savannah with Donovan's team in March and quickly showed -splendid form. But before the Yankees arrived horn Cole 'Was forced to submit to the surgeon's knife. 18 12 13 10 12 H 12 16 10 19 .345 9 18 .321 .462 .429 Washington' Cleveland...... St. Louis Philadelphia New York.................... 4 St. 2 -and 'Nunamaker; Weilman, James and Sevroid. Washington Cleveland: Postponed, cold. Boston-Chicago: Game postponed; wet grounds. -Philadelphia i Detroit: Postponed, rain. There is a. big match scheduled fo the 24th at the local-traps. Pinche Creek' is sending a team of three me to try conclusions with a like numbe of local crack shots. The shoot wl take place in the afternoon at 2.3 The -Lathbridge team has not bee selected yet, but it will be compose of the best shots in the city who ar in good practice. This match will b worth, going to see and it costs not ing. A practice shoot of the Gun clu members also Plar-e tl holiday afternoon. blowing are the scores made the regular weekly shoot at the tra; last night: W. Shover W. Oliver H. Chapman T. Peterson.. J. H. McDonnell Muir....... Trapped 25 25 25 pictures have been shown Slid for the patronage Ictt_iiawjerS) Wsh was always too quick for Si.'Vad hand to tl ladies oi them, Welsh scored thie.-or four Regina, May is due to have a banner year in the capital hand to the lames 01 LJJMI- i uicui.. v.--j city. At, the executive meeting .last to attend the show Friday and punches in this round hut they tailed wffij !ound that OTet Bn ,a_ the Am- Qf firit calibre are now located in the city and the fight FEDERAL W. L. Pot. crican forced the fighting all through the round. Welsh slowed'up consider- ably. It was a good round all in fa- KOClBLrV WUlllCIl pictures, which should prove 01 more than passing interest to the ladies. English clergymen to be hoxing enthusiasts and a few ot thca were noted amoog the eight thousand Spectators. The pictures will show the two vor oi Ritchie. ROUND American got m a short hot left to the body. Later he repeated with the right. The "shting I also Ritchie's round. oration and how a champion trains round. Ihis waj should prove of exceptional interest the budding boxing champions of lietn Pittsburg............ Chicago Newark ansas City jltiinore iiffalo for the Corny cup has started' in earnest. .Among the well known-stars" of the -west who will appear jn uni- form in scheduled games Ior the southern division of the Saskatche- lacrosse league are Martin, Stephen- son, Paddy Ryan, Staples and Meth- erington.- Three strong teams have already signed their players and from among'these will be picked the tram that -will meet'Moose Jaw and-prob- Yellow Grass, who is now juuu. mia seeking entrance in th'e southern di- HOUND 15-Vcrj- little will be played done in this round and it ended even. Jaw_ Both men held throughout. ROUND played; ior .to'he. And what's more, the .to be And wnav s mure, Who see the pictures declare in. lavor ni Welsh, and on the other hand 'Americans do likewise in favor ot all insist their views are lieht It is an interesting point of Uebate as to whether Welsh would liave won with an American referee, who would have taken more, note of Ritchie's powerful punching in render- ing a decision. Ritchie improved ins showing, m last ten rounds of the fight In ithe first, ten roumis (publishcil m yesterday's I-leralii) Welsh surely out- pointed Ritchie by a niargin. JJUlLllCll J Here is a synopsis of fhe last" ten j-birads, Ritchie to Qlinaa. .Vantage'on more-ihau one occasion. HOUND forced the rvit. landed a left hand swing on the face. He followed this with a sepes .of smart blows. Ritchie rushed the ing and appeared strong. Welsh cover- ed well. ROUND was a round in which strength against quickness was displayed, in which Welsh got the the best of it. ROUND was getting all the applause, favorite with the ground, but Ritchie, was doing.all the fighting. 'ROUND started mixing TO DEFEHED1LS New York, N.T., McVey defeated Harry Wills of New Orleans in a-ten-round bout here to- night McVey: weighed it with both hands for body. Welsh dodged a tierce uppercut. .-.-and tiic'-Aiuetioan-'a smalt-left- on Jhe clieck. the' fight ended' with the swiftest kind ol work, the Welshman pressing the American around the ring in the last few licbmond rovidence iulTald........................... lontreal Rochester cmrark ersev City 219 pounds and -Wrlls.208. For. heavyweights, the men fought hard and fast throughout', lie Vey taking every round but the sec bnd. Wills took a count of nine sec- onds in the ninth'round alter receiving a left to the body and a left hook to the. Jaw. Jack to to Win It is declared that the promoters oi the Willard-Johnsou' fight lost money Paradoxical as it may seem, the.onli one who won, lost. Figuro it out your 'self. Vewark Rochester d Ensman and Heckinger; Heike, Herche and Erwin. VARIETY Formerly Bijou Theatre Moving Pictures of the VARIETY Formerly. Bijou Theatre WELSH-RITCHIE Twenty-Round Bout Greatest International Contest in Recent Years TO-NIGHT AND SATURDAY ALL DAY ADMISSION 25t Patronage of Ladies Especially Solicited Bout F.ught Before an Audience cempoied ol Women, CKrpymin, and Titled In "omen. July 7lh, 1914-lt ls a Clean and Scl.ntlfic Exhibition ef the M.nly Art. 12 .12 13 .536 ..613 .586 .586 ..536 .429 .400 .300 uffalp t. Louis................ Ford, Bedieat .and, Blair; room, Herbert and Hartley. rain Postponed, rain. No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL W. L. Pet .615 Killed 22 14 r, 16 19 20 NEWARK POOR BALL TOWN The International baseball league ap- pears to be having another difficult time this year in order to keep every- thing running in harmony. Trouble right now is. being caused at Newark by the-failure-of the fans to patronize the games, and if matters continue much longer the same as at- present, it would not be strange if the popular Newark club were dropped from the circuit. Just a handful of people have been turning out; on -Saturday there were only 123-.paid admissions, and very often the attendance falls below 100. ZYBSZKO CONQUERS ROLLER Montreal, Que., May' ,20.-Waldek Zybszko, the Polish. wrestler, threw Dr Roller here tonight so hard that the doctor's knee was wrenched and he was not able to continue the con- test after the one fall, which was won by Zybszko in 50 minutes with a toe hold. BASEBALL AT BRANDON Brandon, Man., May The North- ern league game scheduled today for St Boniface -was 'played here, St. Boni- face Beating .Virginia, 12 to 4. About 5 11 6 6 bio i i.uuu D--- 1 600-was won. by the St. Bonitace teuni 8 .588.bunching hits in the first and second ace Bea 1000 fans -witnessed the game, which, .57i .364 .357 .313 1 ana Jersey City Buffalo Yerbout. Thompson, Wiltse Yelle; MIenweider and Casey.- 'rovidence 5 Toronto-- V Haley and Mas- .erman; McTigue and Kelly. Richmond Montreal Russell and Kritchell; MoGraner and Hawlay. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Seattle B Tacirma .J Spokane innings. Newiy it Toboganning Newsy Lalonde, the Rockefeller of the athletic world, is slipping. He took a job with the National Lacrosse club of'-Montreal for less salary than he was offered in the west. News that Lalonde and other Big Four stars are'to be out with the Nationals, will be almost as welcome as .would Kit- :hener and'Joffre In Berlin. NORTHERN Fort William Winnipeg Virginia St. Boniface Fargo Superior D.iilnfh Grand Porks THIS new Spring Suit is a most attractive style for Young especially those who desire a slender appearance. It is form fitting, with narrow shoulders and broad lapels. In charming effects for Spring and to McKelvie McGuire BOYS AND GIRLS -Do You Want A WATCH FREE In accordance with the an- nouncement last week the Leth- bridge Typographical Union No. 551 has decided- to offer Twc Watches as prizes to the or girls collecting the largest amount of printing bearing the following label durihe the weeks ending Saturday; June 1915, at 6 p.m. THROUGH THE.GENEROSI- TY OF MR. R. A! WRIGHT THE. '.WELL-KNOWN LETH BRIDGE JEWELER, THE-TV- PO. UNION LABEL COMMIT- TEE ARE ENABLED TO OF- FER TWO MA G NIFIC E N T GOLD WATCHES AS FIRST AND SECOND PRIZES. RULES FOR CONTESTANTS All entries and collec- tions must be in to -the S. 0. E. Hall not later than 6.30 p.m., Saturday, June 26th. Dodgers, Posttra, Let- terheads, Envelopes, Coun- terchecks and any. print- ing matter carrying the Label will be-accipte.d. Only-one piece of print. Ing for each' job accepted, and no one directly or' In- directly connected with the printing trade other than newsboys allowed to compete. Each Label counts ai one vote. Prizes on view in' R. A: WRIGHT, The Jeweler's, Window ALL NEXT WEEK. Boost for the Label Save this Advt. It represents Four Votes (Signed) TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION LABEL COMMITTEE, No. 551 Endorsed by LETHBRIDGE TRADESiAND LABOR COUNCIL RACE MEET AT: CAPITAL revised rules of the Western Canada Fair and Rac- ing circuit will control the races at the Edmonton spring race meet, Mas 22 21 and 25. Theso rules are based on" those of the Kentucky state rac- ing circuit, and arc modified to suit western conditions The harness events will he conducted under Am- erican Trotting association rules, as in past years. Hal Chief and Nellie G John Mathieson's fast team pi pacers, have como from Calgary 'with the inten- tion of Lieating a greater sensation than they did at the horse show, when the} exceeded the speen limit and leit their driver behind Nellie G with a record of 2 08 J, is one of the most consistent pacers ever rac- ed over the Western circuit She won two races on the Eastern Canada Ice circuit last, year Hal Chiei has a. {'record of made on the Edmou- 'toii track. AM. ASSOCIATION All games postponed: s Pretty Toujh on Jen One ol the biographers of Willard the cham- pion win 'badly hurt out once during his fight career. It believed that- it wai when he learned how much ie re- ferred fer beatlnt SIX MONTHS' EXPERIENCE The press of Norway is, making an ilmost unanimous appeal1 to the gov- ernment to 'rescind the prohibition ordinance passed in the -first excite- ment of the war to stop the sale of strong alcoholic beverages. Nomin- ally fifty per cent of the Norwegian people is represented in the member- ship of the "teetotal and, next to Finland, Norway ordinarily lias the smallest per. capita consump- tion of alcohol in the world. The appeal to rescind the prohibi- tion act is .based primarily on asser- tions that prohibition has not worked Persons who could afford to have im- ported liquor from Denmark and Scotland. Individuals have formed -puvate stock companies" and have jrought in thousands of gallons every week. Among the poorer classes complaint is made that the prohibi- tion law nan created worse conditions, prompting the concoction weird drinks as name given to denatured alcohol flav- ored with oil ot the of 'so-called sweet wines" made from chemical products which never saw The police in Chriitttafjistfow for drank- M was puied .Jrnment loses a arerao number of meantime revenue of tfeement. Firit in the a Leader. 1 Brantford Bicycled It is better to pay the price of a Good Bicycle than the penalty of a poor one. Standard Hygienic Cushion We stock Wheel at complete, fitted with Hercules Coaster Brake, 3 Coil Saddle, Pitch Chain, One Piec. and Tires made by the Dunlop Tire Co: Two or Three Speed Fitted. CYCLES OVERHAULSO, pi-ATED AND ENAMELED. Lethbridge Cycle Co. 110 FIFTH STREIT SOUTH. ;