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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKBEIBGE DAILY HERALD Monday, May MANY CONTESTANTS FOR THE FAMOUS COWLEY CUP PHILADELPHIA ATHLETICS PUT IT OVER DETROIT TWICE WANT THE VARIUS Bis Game PJ oective Association of Pincher Creek Will Petition the Government To Ask for 1 Duck-Season to be Opened Sept. 1st Pincher Greek. May; Game Protective -Association launched under very .favorable aus- pices at a meeting held here about two weeks ago, but if there is not a more prompt attendance. :it the itieetings of its leading officers a change of some .sort, is-inevitable, or the finish of the association is al- ready in sight. The second meeting of this new societv was called for Frida Big formed a subject In which there was was no dissension. Most of those present. were experienced who when they'ho-d anything to say, knew what they were talking about. The membership-of the" association it increasing, and another meeting uiii be held on June 5th. Tiie Kishbarn and Pincbc-r Creek cricket clubs will try conclusions at the athletic grounds on Victoria Day. The Fisbbuni minstrels will perform in the opera heuse in the evening and Ful of Pep al S o'clock. It was about 8.30 be-J day vri'.l 'conclude with a dance, fore a half-dozen people were present, An effort will also be made to have and it- was in the vicinity of 9.15 j a'baseball game here on Victoria before the meeting was formally bpe-n- Day. ed. Previous to this stage there hud teen some "kicking.'" with good cause bv several of the members present, in peremptory measures suggested. When, the minutes of the previous meeting had been read by "the secre- tary and duly adopted, a.-general dis- cussion ensued on the game laws Alberta and the Dominion. Further discussion along the same lines resulted in the resolution ;-that we a petition asking the, gov- ernment, to make the open season for mountain sheep and goat be at the same time as deer, moose 'and cari- J boo, instead of at separate times as at present. Several of these petition forms were to be. prepared and circu- lated at once. Another motion which, passed vras of- to make the duck season'open ten-tber 1st, While these motions were passed situation and pertaining thereto -were freely Football Teams Will be' at Cowley for Com- j petition Cowley -will .be the Mecca of football teams and taeir sap- porters on the fol- lowing teams having1 entered their challenge for the famous Cowley Cup: Bhunaore, Bur- 9- mis. Bellevue. MacleoG. Leth- -bridge S. 0. E. and Covvley District. A number are taking advantage of the spec- ial train rnat leaves Lei.ii- bridge at eight a.m., stopping at all stations en route. Fare from Lechbridge SC.15 for the round trip. The following will represent Lethbridse S. O. E.: Coles. Harris. H. Gurr, Aicock, R. Chlswick, rirth, Clarke, Wil- lects, Fauncu. Heathfield, A. Gurr, C. Chiswjck and Pear- son. WILTSE.STILL PITCHING GOOD BALL George Wiltse, the great left-hand- [this season in the championship strug of the New York Giants. with I gle. George is a veteran, but is' an Mathevrson, appear to be the only honest, hard and ix-iiling worker. De- I two men that Manager McG-raw can spite all -reports to the contrary, he IUMPS. TERRY GIVEN upon to him back- to the efiect that the secretary drart the petition asking the- Hugh Jennings, the peppery man- Sep-j'ager of tiie' Detroit Tigers, has his bunch out in front of the Air.erican bsing j League race, and it null take hard laws'j-work for the trailing teams to oust dis-! the merry men of the Jennings clan, cussed, and the need for the changes I Hugh-y is a sure enough hustler "as embodied in the foregoing motions deserves to win. and i Umpire Terry got himself into a, nice jackpot, on Saturday. He has joeen umpiring at Moose. Jaw and on {Saturday instead of waiting for Presi- [dent Eckstorm's tie ordered! i himself to Winnipeg. In the meantime! the president had ordered Boswel! to' report to Winnipeg and Terry was to' nave, gone to Calgary, so that there) would be a change all round. On re- ceiving- a wire from Tern- that he was in Winnipeg, President Eckstonn nat-i jurally waxed very wfathy, and let! I him out. He then wired Doc Voss of! JKegina to report- to Calgary for thej game today. The'' Herald .informed! him that Doc was breaking: stone forj tfce state at Regina, having got. intoj deep water over receiving stolen goods j This was news to Eckstonn, but he got rbusy and wired Lefty Nagle at Collins. ENGLISH .BOXERS IN NEW YORK ARE SURPRISED SUNSTAR Now the Favorite Horse in the Betting on the j English Derby i -London, Max- the Derby now but little more than' two j night, are wondering how the con- weeks distant English horsemen 'are "wiir end. The Englishmen MOOSE JAW WON TWO SATURDAY Moose Robins took revenge on the Angels and trim- med them in two games, 16 to S in the afternoon and 5 to 2 in. the The first was a poor exhibition owing to wind, which bothered the pitchers, of whom Brandon tried four, Jbut poor fielders and a bright sun with dust made it bad. In the evening the.wind went dowji and noth Naverson and Marshall gave a good delivery, while close fieldirt kept the score down, except in th fifthv when Moose Jaw' profited b temporary hold-last in field. The g was good .all through the eight inning and was called on account of dark ness. Other Games At Edmonton (first R H E dmonton.................. 1 4 Calgary 7 6 Second Edmonton jalgary Eswoods and Slight; Lezie an Duggan. At Saskatoon (first Winnipeg Second .Winnipeg............. Saskatoon............. Purchell, Glass and Lutgen; Morris McAllister and Carney. Games in the leagues At New NATIONAL- York- New- York...... 15 Plttaburg......... 10 Drucke and Myers; Gibson. At R H E 3 2 Leifield. and R H E New York, "May, English amateur boxing -champions ,who arm- ed here a week ago -to take part iri the international tournament which was broken up by the police last Friday- beginning to believe that perhaps af- ter all, an Eng-lisi-bred one will be returned'the winner of this Blue Ri- band-of the running turf, A 1 ew cannot understand why there is -a law here against boxing when admission is charged. They say boxing is all the-rage ia England, there to report at Calgary immediately .for a try out for the um- pire job. Lefty is well known in West- era having .played with the mile International Sweepstakes. j weeks -ago there seemed to-be no very-little opposition, to it. Boxing ,ally classy English colt in sight, .-butj-ciubs have gradually increased ia One of the guard- of auto L the Two Thousand Guineas brought to drivers now turning at .the Indian- r f -j Speedwav for the five hundred one of promise in far more- than number, until -they are legion. Fights are held in all the big cities and towns afternoon, and evening, and the "public ildmonton team tliree years ago. j Memorial 'Day. ly there camera Big shift inithe-jis admitted at various in the early books for- the Der- Per Packet TKc popular TngJis w r DV. receded prices. The promoters of the international touraa- Ths French, colt, Lord -Burgoyne, ment hope to. find a way to stage the led rapidly in favor while Sunstar event -within thp-1 next, fortn-5srht. Mean- in'a single day stiffened so in price 'that from 10 to 1, no better than 5 to 2- was obtainable, and -he is still the favorite at those odds. Sunstar is the property of! J. B. Joel, out; of the largest supporters of the English turf, and AS a two-year I old last season, was out upon half-a- dozen occasions, winning tnree of his His best performance was in i the Hopeful Stakes, at the fall New- Imarket meeting, when he defeated the Borrow, after a terrific i drive. He -is heavily staked right (through the season, and to all appear- jances, is one of the improving sort. j The fact that very little: has been jdone as yet with Lord Burgoyne, M. i Blanc's French-'bred that manv event within the next fortnight. Mean- while the candidates .for the honors are Seeping up .their training. The British Boxers were brought here at -an expense of more than EXTRA LIVELY BALLS MUST MAKE THE GAMES TOO LONG English turfites had been compelled in use. Chicago, May batting, which has -been the despair of pitchers since the opening of 1311 baseball season, will be curtailed.- according to the statement of a-representative of a" baseball factory yesterday.. It is said the next supply official "balls for the clubs of the Major and'Minor Leagues will not be as' iiS'ely" as the ones now Boston.......... 50 St. 5 1 Tyler and Rariden; .Stoele and. Bres- nahan. R H. E 4 0 Cincinnati 13 1 Barger, Schardt and 4 Bergen- and Edwin; Keefe and Clark. At R H E Philadelphia S 3 Chit-ago........ 12 1 Moore and Cole, Brown and Archer. No Sunday games scheduled in the National League. AMERICAN At R H OE Detroit 14 3 Philadelphia 16 2 Donovan., Willett, Lafitte and age; Coombs, Plank aoid-Thomas and, Lapp, At St. R H E St. Louis........ 4 4 New York 14 ,1 Pelty, Hamilton and Stephens; War- top and Sweeney. At R H E Cleveland Washington 10 1 Paige and Fisher; Groom and Ain- smitb. and Henry. At R H E leveland 14 2 Washington..... ,9 2. Gregg and Smith.; Hughes and Hen- T- R H E Detroit .4 3 hlladelphia 10 .4, Lively -and Stanage; .Krauee and, Thomas. At St. R-'H E St. Louis 10 2 View York 12 2 _ George, Mitchell, and Clarke; Fisher, _ aldwell and Blair. Boston at Chica'goj postponed, wet grounds. to make the favorite upon when the betting was first started, has, of i course, tended to add to Swistar's pop-' and has increased the call for jhim in the books. There are also like- According to lie factory' represen- tative the present lively ball which produced 367 runs in tliree days in EASTERN At R H E 'oronto 9 1 ersey City..... 8 2 McGinley and Kocher; Bartley and 'onneman. At R H E fe'wark ___.... 5 3 uffalo.........- 12 8 Johnson and Cady; Merritt and Cing. At R H E rovidence 18 1 ochester.......', 6 95 Dedrent and .Fitzgrerald; Holmes nd Mitchell. At Baltimore (12 innings) R H E altimore 13 3 ontreal 12 2 AtMns and. Byen; .Burke and Cur- tis. Game called; at inning. At Toronto- end of twelfth. "r R H E Jersey City 8 2 Toronto........ 7 1 Bartley and Tonneman; McGinley and Kocher. At .R HE Providence S jly to be several American colts in 'the not enough batting to suit the the .Major Leagues was due to a hint j 6 9 from the baseoall powers that there) McLeodrVLavender and Bediout and 1 Derby field, but the only one from i "Fans-" NciW "tip" has gone forth jthe States that has thus far received i attention' ha. been tie too long, new. Bede the old (Shipped here recently by, John E. Mad- ball which 'made .-many championship den, and sold a few days later to L.j affairs merely a- battle between pitch-. W. Winans, for several years an Eng- ers, but. to strike a happy -medium lish resident, although retaining: his about the middle ground between the American citizenship, and his belief old in the Amercan thoroughbred blood. Whatever may be the outcome of the Derby, the fact remains that far more t American-bred horses are win- ning on the English tracks, this sea- son than ever .before. "Winner Ijred [in U.S.A.'' is a phrase that is very Fitzgerald Holmes, McConnell and Jacklitsch and Mitchell. At R H E Newark........ o 5 Buffalo .......V 11 0 ALLAN WANTS AND GETS 24 ET. RING Toronto. Mav r ______ _____ _ ____ clu-b. house of the National Sporting frequently used lin connection -with CIub at HanlaTirs 'Point will be estend- race reporis. Nor is this in any ed eighteen.- to twenty feet at the way surprising when it is borne .in request-of Billy Allan. The Canadian been. using the sales ringjBroo-lts' the Enslisti lad, in an 18-foot Newmarket as an "outlet for their I The English, champion .keeps after .every, minute and, Allan :nbt want .to oe. crowded., mind that seeral American cnaD3Pion cannot use his shifty style men Haggin and Mackay and of Boxing -to advantage against Joe Keene at yearlings for several seasons. Not jail of these "bred in the states" ones- jwin under the silk of Americans, but (for English owners who purchased ithem as youngsters. A. really big race has yet to be won by an American jthis but "there hasn't ibeen one without its American-bred starter i somewhere in the field, while in the iOne Thousand Guineas, the first of ,the classics, Atmah, the winning filly. I was from an American-bred mafe in i.Miss Keuday, by Bayou d'Or, out of iStar Actress. i MATCHED FOR 15, ROUNDS Okla., May Morris and "Denver" .Tack of 'Jack j Johnson's jday matched to fj'gnt 15 rounds' here A BOWLING RECORD Baltimore, May new endur- ance .bowling .record was made her? tonight when two1 firemen teams or this'city finished 24-hour match. The Victoria team, with a total score of forty half games, -won from the Sawyer-Smith team, whose score was 22.445: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City-IndianapoJis, postponed, rain. At R H E 2 2 Minneapolis .13 3 Berger -anij Arbogast; Paterson and Owens, At R H E j 3 3 St.-Paul 1 Higginbotham .Hughes; Decan.- niere and At R H E Toledo 31 3 Milwaukee 'r. 5 S 5 At Louisville R H E Louisville 6 -3 Kansas' City 9 3 Second R H E Louisville .V....; 13 0 Kansas City 11 1 At R H E Columbus 13 3 CORfNTHfANS COMING May cham- pioa amateur footbalj team, the Cor- inthians, will visit Canada in July. Tlie. number wil; include seven inter-, national players. Milwaukee At 12 3 R H E Toledo Minneapolis At R H E Indianapolis 18 0 St. Paul 134 NORTHWESTERN At R H E Vancouver ...----.......___ 4 66 310 I At R H 1! Tacoma ......A 56 I 2 .7 5 At R H E Portland 1 6 0 Spokane 0 S ;