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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TPB QAILT FIUDAT, MAT K, NEW B1IIKAJH POO SIR THOMAS LIPTON'S SHAM- HOCK HAS 24-FOOT BEAM AND A COMPOSITE MAST 160 FEET IN IS VEILED FROM ALL EYES Ixmdon, Slay cup challenger, the Shamrock IV., is veil- ed from all eyes in the yard at Cos- port. A big frame Mdes Sir Thomai Upton's latest yatcht [rom view. Not only 80 the board 'walla rise above the docks of the yacht, but the building is completely roofed with glass, so that even (in aviator is unable to discern the details. According to tie test information obtainable, the boat is 'shaped like a pea pod. with a twenty-four foot beam ahd'its greatest beam forward of the mast TfonB tie bow is rather bluff, but tha extreme overhang forward offiet tola. The length, of the overhang is best demonstrated when it is known it will'- hare a bowsprit extending only ten feet outboard. The ordinary draft is fourteen feet, board dropped is nearly twenty-thr'ea feet: The Ifarconl mast is a most Inter- esting feature of the "new yacht. It was impossible to obtain a spar Ions enough, BO the mast; was in hollow sestlons to reach 160 feet from decic to deck, thus allowing room for the-enormous spread of canvas. Liptoa's friends say he has strong- er hopes of lilting the cup this time than ever before, At it looks like St Louli will have a bail team that will be right up n the fight all Ins way. This to the St. Louis Feds, the fast team that Brown gathered together. Joe Mathes at second bite looks like a coming star, It he hain't arriv- ed already. He fait, hit a sreat arm and can bat tither left or right- handed. Last icaion he farmed out to Syracule by the Philadelphia Athletics, and the year before he play- ed in Butts, Mont DERBY BETTING London, May M.-FolIowing ii tha latest .official club "betting for the at Epioin oh Wednesday Kennyiuote 3 to 1; Black Jes- ter, 10 to 1; 100 to 9 Durbar to.7; Ambassador 25 to 1, and Evansdalt and Orebi, -10 to 1 each. Reports-horn his training quarters indicate that the favorite is satisfac- ilv undergoing-the regulation prepar- ations, ami indications ate that the colt will start at a very short price. In 1911, Sunstar won at 13 to 8 and the previous year Lemberg, the -win- ner, started at 7 to 4. In 1907 Slieve Gallion started at 13 to 8 on, but finished third. Last year Craganour started Derby favorite at 6 to 4, but was disqualified after winniug hv head. WESLEY JUNIORS BEAT KNOX IN CLOSE GAME THEY DON'T FANCY SHORT BOUTS IN THE ANTIPODES San Francisco, Cal., May Wesley D, Knoi 7, is in brief the tralli it is now the holing story of the second game-ot the.Jun- the worla Snowy Baker, ior Sunday school league, piared at i hi, atiditlm company, has the Barracks last night. Arttough the i a tnat has eltllel. game was called on account _oi or bought rlval9_ md ness at the s sth. it.was clm-now y sums to Parted "on the .reateit championship suffered from a sore arm, and retired i after tho second in favor of Gillies, j and ten round contests who pitched air tight ball for the never taken root in maining i innings, allowing but one j says a Sydney publication. con- run_ (tests are over tue full long-distance Fullerton was effective in the first 'route of'twenty rounds, and this fact, and third when he shut out his op-! combined with the enterprise shown ponents, but in the fifth ie weakened, allowing. 4 runs. Richardson, his sue- FEEL MASONABLY SURE OF WINNING THE GONFALON" SAYS CONNIE MACK Connie Mack, manager of the cham- pion Athletics, has little doubt he again the American lieagufe" and the cliimpibii- Bhip from the National -League. He is. not- but -these are his opinions 5n iSl-ii "Picking the winner of a baseball championship -before the season starts is just about as easy as trying to strike out Ty Cobb. You may do it, .but the chances are largely against you. Every club has a quantity of which it takes south in the Hiring and no one, not even the man- ager himself, kaows just how the re- cruiU will cei-form. in fast company. They may. appear to be world beaters Itt early practice and then 'blow up' It comes down to the real task In the obampionship race, or they may have the goods and the man- ager fail to realize it. "For instance, I had several young- with iae in Florida who bear the earmarks of ball players, but I would be foolish to claim that I have another Eddie Collins or Eddie Plank. "So far as the Athletics are con- cerned, I have not much doubt but that we Tvfll again lead the chase at1 the end of the season, although it is not a certainty. We won the world's championship in 1911 and were look- ed upon aa a sure winner in 1912, yet we did not even, win the pennant in our own league. That shows the Air. Snowy Baker's company and 'the whole-hearted 'support given by cessor, was invincible in the sixth, the public to clean, well-conducted Some extra clever fielding wa3 pulled boxing contests, seems surely t6 in- bfl (jy.Kidpatli and Walton, who re- dicate that Australians rapidly becom- lievcd the .outfield of considerable re- sponsibility. Ddwsett hatted just like TV Cobb when he was 13 years old. ing tho world's principal convincing ground." V; As the "world's convincing ground" BotH catchers worked well but were Australia shmild gee a 1iUle fun as consuterably- hampered in fielding high.} SOOQ as best boxers uncertainty of baseball, and I believe in proceeding along the lines of fight- ing for every game. One counts just! as inother, and 'if the men" try to "ffin" all their games there is no room .for excuse at the end. "Whether my players will stand up under the strain is a question, which I cannot answer. Personally I hope and think they will, but it must be remembered that two of my beat and no longer youngsters and 'Father Time' will take his toll -when he is ready. Should they go along as well as last year I cannot, sea how ire are to be beaten, despite the strengthened con- dition of our rivals. I have prac- tically tho same team as last year and we hope that Coomba will be able to help us out this season. "My infield, of which I am justly proud, remains the same, and I don't know how I would improve it even if I so desired. -Mclnnis, Collins, Barry and Baker are all young play- ers and should grow steadier with each succeeding year. They "work! together in irerleet harmony and I understand one another so well that j I dp not. have to bother with them at all. "I look for a hard race this year, with some probable surprises, but ex- cept for accidents or illness, I feel reasonably sure that the American League gonfalon will again float at Shrbe.Park in-1915." fouls by the crowd which Jammed the base lines. Next Thursday evening Wesley meets St. Patrick's. As both teams have yet to lose a game, a keen.con- test'is assured. The 3b.; Geoghcgan, 2b.; Skeith, _lb.; Hcllvena, If.; -Dowsctt, rf.: GUlieSi P-r --Wjrlie, c.; Fetter, cf.; Lackenbauer, ss. 3b-, p.; Dun- bam, lb.; Haosch, If.; Ridpath, 2b-; -Maxwell, ss.; Drinkall, c.; Fullsrton, p., 3b.; Cascaden, cf.; Morrison, rf. Umpire Shover was a most and impartial adjudicator. are convinced that Mr. Baker's money is the real article. l "The last says the correspondent, "has been eliminated by the absorption Olympic Ath-. letlu club. Both in Syd- ney will be run by'S'tadiums, Ltd., in' future. stad- iums' absolutei" -boxins in Sydney, Melbourne, BriBbane and Adelaide-, the. four largest cities in Australia. TJie resources the con- trolling company are very great, and there f? no enterprise too big for it to handle. 1914 ANGLING LAWS OF ALBERTA McALUSTER AND T. MCCARTHY DRAW Heavyweights Go Twelve 'at In Trouble at the Finish _Butte, Moat, May McAllis- ter of San Franciscc and Tommy Mc- Carthy of Lewistowa tonight fought tWelve rounds to a draw, the con- test mainly being a case of a rugged boy capable of assimilating punish- ment pitted against a more clerer an- tagonist, whose blows lacked force. McAllister, early in the contest, con- tented himself with assuming Che de- fensive and dancing around the ring to avoid the heavy blows of McCarthy, which, were aimed at Mm from all ansles. The bout ended -with McAl- lister hanging on to save himself from a knockout. Both men are heavy- weights, McCarthy outweighing Mc- Allister ay about eighteen, pounds. IN STOCK Braatford Perfect, Cj-rcs Standard, Phillips fitted with New Departure Hercules or Eadia Coaster Hubs, Dunlop Tires, black and gold lined. Genuine B. S. A. Cycles built to order. Two er Three Speed Gearn fitted. CASH OR.EASY PAYMENTS and Sewing Machines Repaired, Baby Carriage Tires fitted; full line of accenaortes. LETHBRIDGE CYCLE COMPANY 110 9th STREET SOUTH. WHO NESUIRE LICENSES AND WHO DON'T GENERAL FISHING INFORMATION Edmonton, AKa., May 21.-0ificcrs oi the provincial department oi fish- eries, with the assistance oi the Royal Northwest' Mounted Police, will direct their endeavors in the fu- ture to ,better enforcement of the laws regulating angling. in Alberta than in former rears. J. D. Willson, provincial inspector of fisheries, who made the foregoing announcement in Edmonton a few- days ago, said that no license Is required by settlers and other resi- dents angling for jackfish, pickerel, perch, gold eyes and other coarse fish, adding "I am sure that the following trncts from the fishery regulations, which apply to angling, will meet the approval oi all true sports- men, as well as by all settlers who have any regard and set any value on the natural resources of Alberta: ITho use of spears, lights, fire- arras, dynamite or other .explosive material in billing fish is prohibited. "The use oi bare unhaiied hooks or grapnels is prohihiteii- 'No river or creek shall he ob- structed by any kind of dam or trap for the purpose c< killing fish. 'Section 31. (a) Angling or troll- Ing in waters frequented hy trout, grayling or Rocky Mountain white- fish is prohibited, .except under per- mit. Every British subject resi- dent in the province for which it is issued filial 1 lie eligible for an angling and trolling permit. The annual fee for such permit shall be SI. Every non-resident shall be eligible ior an angling nnd trolling permit, the tee on shall he one dollar ior day, or .for a i season. In waters not frequented by kroiit, grayling or Rocky Mountain i angling or trolling may be {carried on by resident British sub- i jects without a permit. 'Section 33. (a) Iii the -Red Deer river and its tributaries, and tlie North Saskatchewan river and its tributaries, no one shall fish ior, catch or kill any trdiit, grayling or j Rocky Mountain whitefish from Sep- I tember in each year to April 30 fol- i lowing, both days inclusive, j 'Section 34. (a) No one. shall in [one day catch or retain more than i twenty-five cutthroat trout, rainbow trout or Rocky Mountain -whitefish, or of the different species named than will ,in the aggregate amount to more than twenty fish. No one shall catch and re- tain more than 10 lake trout in one 'lay. No one shall, in.one day, by angling or trolling, catch or .retain more than 25 jackfishj pickerel (dore) or of either of these species than will in the aggregate amount to 25.' Mr. Willson said also thnt the law requiring a permit and fees for ang- ling in waters frequented hy trout, grayling or Rocky Mountain white- fish is more particularly with refer- ence to the upper waters of the Sas- katchewan, Pembma, McLeod -and Athabasca rivers and their tributar- ies. Trout are often found in the vi- cinity of Edmonton. PUBLIC AtfD WELL KNOWN PEOPLE AT TORONTO HORSE SHOW NATIONAL York 442 St. Louis 8 12 3 Fromme, Demaree and -Meyers; Doak and Snyder. 2 6 0 'ittsburg........................ 6 11 0 Mayer, Alexander aud Dooin Har- mon and Gibson. Brooklyn iincinnati............... and Miller iowan anil Clark. Erwin, Ames; Boston........................... 3 82 Chicago 171 Tyler and Gowdy; Cheney and Bres- Lallan. AMERICAN Cleveland New York Collamore, Mitchell Fishec and Gossett. 2 and Bessler 8 i 72 John- McGINNITY ATTACKS UMPIRE "Iron Man" Guilty of Rowdy Assault After. Defeat of Hit Team Portland, Ore., May game 'between the Portland North- westerns arid tho Tacoma baseball team, almost ended in a riot when Manager McGinnlty viciously assault- ed Umpire Shuster. in.the last inn- ing, with McMullen tip, two down.and ono on, Umpire Shuster called two halls awl two strikes, but should have said three balls and two strikes. Af- ter the inning McGlnnity, rushed from the Tacojna bench, and, while Shuster was bending over his protector, tho "Iron Man'" sUmpod heavily three times with his spikes on the foot of the arbiter. Players from both teams hastened around the two and' further damage was prevented. McGinnity weighs 210 pounds, wihlle Shuster weighs hardly more thnn 160, and ap- proaches nearly fifty years of age. He fainted from exhaustion during one game last week. Portland won the game, 5 to 4. SUNDAY SCHOOL BASEBALL 8t Andrew's and Wesley intermed- iate baseball teams play a game next Tuesday evening nt tho barracks. Wesley tind St, Patrick's Junlora clash on, tho 25th at the'same'place. Chicago 5 Boston 2 Russell and Schalk son, Leonard and Cady. Detroit C .5 1 Philadelphia 4 i) 1 Covaleski, Cavett and Stanage Plank, Penncck, Dressier, Bhawkey and Scliang. St. Louis 4 Washington 5 Weilman, Baumgardner and new Boehling and Henry. 71 82 Ag- FEDERAL Chicago Baltimore Hendrix aad Russell. Wilson Quiim and Kansas City 8 13 5 Brooklyn 2-31 Packard and- Easterly LafiUe, Chapclle and Land. St. Louis......................... 5 14 0 Pittsbwrg 10 15 2 Kueppcr, Herbert and Chapman Adams and Kerr. Indianapolis 5 11 4 Budalo C 10 1 Moscley and Kariden Moran, An- derson and Blair. AM. ASSOCIATION St. Paul C, Louisville 8. Minneapolis 9, Columbus 7. Kansas City 4, Cleveland 5. Milwaukee 0, Indiapapolls 6. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City 8, Toronto 10, Newark 7, Montreal 1, Providence 2. Buffalo 3. 8, Rochester 6. i': NORTHWESTERN Portland 5, Tacoma 4. Vancouver 7, Seattle G: Spokane s, Victoria.4. CANADIAN 'i Erie J, Ottawa 6. Peterboro 0, London 1. St. Thomas Drnntford 6. Toronto Ii, lln NATIONAL W. L. .Pet. Pittaburg 18 8 .89S New York H 9 .coo Cincinnati 17 13 .567 St, Louts.................. 16 IB .516 Brooklyn 12 12 .500 Philadelphia 11 13 .458 Chicago 13 18 .410 Boston 5 18 .217 AMERICAN W. L. PCt. 31 10- .877 Washington, Philadelphia New. York St. Louis Boston Chicago Cleveland 17 14 13- 14 12 14 .607 .500 :500 .483 .462 .438 .278 FEDERAL w. L. Pot. Baltimore 17 7 .708 st'Louls 15 Indianapolis Chicago Buffalo Brooklyn Kansas City Pittsbiirg Th6 Horso Show at tho Toronto Ar- mories is an annual event which 'large crowds of the heat-known society people from Toronto afld tlia lurgo cities of the province. London, May cricket weather continues, enahllng the three- day county cricket matches to he tak- en to a decisive result. The three games started on Monday ended yes- terday, 'two home teams and away proving superior, the hop-pick- ers being the only successful .visiting. club. Kent were entertained at Taunton! by Somersetshire, the-former winning, by 193 Vans. For the 'winners Hum-, phreys (E.) scored a brilliant 121 not out, while C. E. Hatfield and Hard-: Inge assisted in the .victory with a use1 ful 62 and 50, respectively. Fielder wu the'Kentish1-star with the ball, securing seven wickets for 65 runs. Rippon was the principal scorer for Somersetshire, making 87 not out. Playing at Lords, Middlesex won from Sussex hy. 289 runs. Four scores of more than half a century were reg- istered by J. W. Hearne. compiling 53 ana 52: P. F. "Warner 79; Tarrant, 72, and F. T.: Mann, 80. Robert Kelt tor Sussex played a' nice C7. Tarrant and J. W. Hearne were the successful Middle- sex howlers, the former taking four -wickets for 20, and the latter five for 24. At Birmingham, Warwickshire de. featea Leicestershire by 258 rims. Warwickshire's top scorers were Kin- nelr, 100; Parsons, 97, and B. J.; Smith, 67. SASKATOON EASY WIN Moose Jaw, May 31. Hurley's bunch put up a fine- brand of ball aud defeated Robins 8 to 1. Kallio held the iioihe teaiii throughout except in the ninth, when he got in a hole. The Robins gob cd off three fast douhle plays. Saskatoon fi lu 3 Moose Jaw 1 fi 3 Kailio and Walteri; Harrali, Wihr and Wally. their only run then. The Quakers pull- .500 .500 WESTERN CAST ADA Saskatoon Calgary............ Edmonton Medicine Hat Moose Jaw Regina 10 9 7 7 7 .667 .529 .500 .467 .438 .385 ST, ANDREWS FOOTBALL TEAM WINNERS WEDNESDAY NIGHT The report in yesterday's paper re- specting tho game (between the St. Andrew.'s and the picked team, which was played at Adams Park oa Wed- nesday uight was Incorrect. The Saints won the game by 10 to i, and not the picked team. SPAULDINO BROKE IN NINTH Edmonton, May n pitcher's battle between Spaulding nnd Rhode, honors were oven until the ninth, when the Red Sol landed on Spaulri- ing for a single followed by a iomer, Regina 451 Edmonton 263 Rhode and Sinnet; Spaulding nnd .Spencer. Medicine Hat at Calgary, rain. LOCAL RIFLE CLUB The LethhridgB Rifle club will hold forth tomorrow afternoon at the butts in a regular Saturday shoot. Georges KING OEOROB NAVY PLUG CHDWINO TOBACCO JO4- IN A OykH IT8BLFI It oiwMBlfSilily became the proceu by which it It ii deli- ciouaiy iweet anrl ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO., LIMITED. QUEBEC ANB WINNIPEG. ;