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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILT HISRALD_ PACK THR1B MrtNnAY TWO WONDERFUL FEATURES fHAS CHAPLIN fo "The chamPion" ROBT. EDESON I-llil A Two-Reel Side Splitter Special Holiday Matinee, Children Five Cents Coupons Good for One Hundred Votes Given With Every Ticket TUESDAY Stage" VARIETY TONIGHT (Formerly The BIJou) CMlfe. WELSH-RITCHIE 1 20 Round International Bout Held In London, England, for The Mo.t Scientific DemonBtra. the Lightweight Supremacy tlon of the Manly Art of the World. Defence Ever Seen in Pictures. BASEBALL NATIONAL w. Philadelphia Chicago Boston Brooklyn Si. Louis Cincinnati Now york T, Chicago Boston Tommies at Cardston Win Notable Victory Over City League Nine Cardston, May is with vivid unpleasant recollections that ye Bcribo indites the painful account which'follows. If enduring, grevious lacerations to tender sensibilities can lend the proper atmosphere to this Imef history, then it should lie cor- rect and Interesting from every stand- point. To ihe the subject of a. public demonstration by being rudely hoist- ed to the shoulders of a dozen or two Tommies and followed by a mob of Jeering (not cheering) khaki-clad men merely because the tone of cer- luin write-ups ot. recent baseball games was not appreciated, is an ex- perience to foe avoided by those seek- Jng retirement and solitude. Nevertheless, notwithstanding. the fact that public mirth may be pro- voked, it is felt that it is due Che public at large that an unbiased ac- count be given of llio proceedings of (his afternoon which have so cheered uud made the hearts of the soldiers iglad. Let the worst be known at once. The Civilian baseball team f wan walloped to the fearful tune of 1 3 by the Tommies. After the splendid way the Civil- ians have been holding their own by ?wlnnins two games out of the three Which had been played, the result came as a sad surprise to their sup- (porters. It Is attributed to tho lack of quality in tbe pitcher's (box. Red- ford, tho man who was chiefly respon- IS 14 10 14 15 12 II P.C. .607 .600 .500 .500 .483 .4119 .420 .407 A Bowling Touniev similar to the one held on the Gait Garden greens on Labor Day last year, will be an attractive sporting event ior Monday, Victoria Day. All those who took part last time, together with any- one who would like to try their hand at the game arc requested to be on Lavender and: Archer; Rudolph and Gowdy. Other games off; wet grounds. AMERICAN New York Detroit Cliicago Boston Washington Cleveliind St. Louis Philadelphia W. 17 in 13 12 12 11 10 L. 10 12 11 14 1C 19 19 P.C. .1130 .611! .613 .542 1 i the qreens at 10 o'clock sharp, when the secretary, W. S. Adams, will 'take your entry and entrance fee ott 25c to cover the four prizes given to the winning rink. Bowls will be sup- nlied to beginners, just bring along a pair of rubber soled shoes, or a pair of rubbers. There will l.c a grand day's sport, ior the green is in fine condition. .462 1 AT THE ATHLETIC PARK ON HOLIDAY .34f sible for tbe previous wins, not being n good form and wild at all times. Three pitchers wero tried, Redford. Thompson and Cairncross, but all were alike to the hard swatting sold- ier boys. Nothing could stop them. They started in the first inning and continued right on through to the seventh, when perhaps the most aw- 'ul merry-go-round swatfest ever wit- nessed in Cardston took place. In this inning the soldiers made, 9 runs, giving one of their men two tallies in Ibe one inning and several of their men an opportunity to bat twice. 411 through the game the rooters for the Civilians were rather silent, while an entire squadron continually shouted and cheered as though pos- sessed. Revenge was evidently very iweet to them. The game by innings follows: Tommies......... Civilians 000 110 3 The line-ups are in their batting order: Zeifch, Latter- ty, Watson, Harrison, Parsons, Olsen, lietherington, Adams. _ Hedford, A. Cairncross, Pirie, Spencer, Goble, L. Cairncross, Tracy, Peterson. Lieutenant May acted as umm'ro for the lirst four innings when he resign- ed at a "kick" registered -by the Civil- ians. "Doc" Lynn acted in that ca- pacity for the'remainder of the same. Philadelphia...........11 Detroit eu im................ Sliawkey. Davies, Raker, Casel and Schang; 13oland, Dauss and Stanage. New York............ 4 f St. Louis............. 5 11 5 Fisher and Sweeney; Loiidermilk and Boston............... 2 W 2 Chicago............... 3 12 3 Shore, Mays and Cady; Russell, Faber and Schalk. Washington-Cleveland; rain. postponed, In the morning at 11 o'clock, Lethbridee C.P.R. versus Medicine Hat O.P.R. for Ewert Cup. The Lethbridge team: Hewitt; Holland and Easton; Willetts, Whyte and Holberton; Knight, Farrant, ,T. Tenant, W. Linning, Uestwiclr and H. Linning. Players are requested to be at the grounds at 10.30. Opening of the City Amateur Baseball league at. 2.15 ill tbe afternoon. Two games in succession North Lethbridge vs.- U.T.C. and U.T. C. vs. Knox. Buying an Indian MOTORCYCLE keeping the money In the countryl THERE IS NO WAR TAX PRICE ON THE Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CANADA One, Two and Three Speeds Prices From: to Vanadium Steel Construction The Indian is recognized as the leader throughout the world- other makers copy. D. MacDonaid Bicycle Repairer Gunsmith Phone 1032 5th Street OF PUKED OFF There is no discount to he made on the advance notices of the Welsh- the FEDERAL P.C. .625 .600 .600 .552 .51 w. Pittsburg........ 20 Chicago........ IS 18 Kansas City...... 16 Brooklyn........ 15 St. Louis........ 1- Baltimore...... 12 Buffalo........ 9 Brooklyn Chicago........... Seaton and Simon; and Wilson. Baltimore........ Pittsburg 3 o Quinn and Jaeklitsch; Rogge ano Berry. L. 12 12' 12 14 17 Pratt, Hendrlx 2 SO Falkenberg and Rariden; Plank aiid AUSTRALIAN ATHLETES ARRIVE IN TORONTO Toronto. Ont, May famous. Australian sporting celebrities, George Towue. the oarsman, and Harold Bak- er swimmer, arrived in town last niglit, and will- be here for three weeks. Towne has met practically all .-ll-l of. the best professional scullers of .400 i recent years. Baker is a brother of 'Snowy" Baker, the great Antipcdean nroinoter of boxing'and other sports. ROSS RECOVERING Montreal, Que., May friends of Art Rosa will be delighted to hear that he is able to he about again after a -week's confinement at home through the motor cycling accident near Vic- toria bridge. He badly dislocated his left should- er antl it will be a couple of months before he will be cf any use athleti- cally again, but otherwise he declares himself to be fit once more. Ritchie light pictures shown at Variety theatre yesterday afternoon and last night and billed for all to- at the same place. The pictures in every way. the best films o! a lugilistic contest ever exhibited .Abridge, and pictures oi the Nel Hall oi the Brit- ish SH. Treglisson, who is a prisoner of war at Kulileben. in Germany, writes an interesting account of the Kuhlcben "English Cup Tics" played by tile prisoners oi war at Hublcben in November last, lie says it was a good series of games. The linal was I ft' by W'olslciiholme, late ofEv-j erton. Tottenham Hotspur, who won, had tlie assistance oi Steve Bloomer i at back, Edwin Dutton of outside left, and Mills, who played j goal for Preston, in goal. The other! finalists were Oldliam Athletic, a: oratch team of Public Schoolboys, I aptaincd by T. Wyridliam Richards, j vho leads one of the chiei Cardiff; jlubs, and included A. Uelmont, and i I F Kindcrsley of Eton. The final! vas watched by about specta- ,ors. Evcrton were represented by in- erned jockeys from Iloppcgartai, Berlin. First Rovers 5, Newcastle United 0 Oldham Ath- etic 7, West Bromwlch Albion 0 Tottenham Hotspur 4, Manchester 'Iity 2 Sheffield Wednesday 3, Shef- ield United 1 Sundctland 3, Uurn- ev 0 Manchester United 5, Evcrton Bradford City (i, Aston Villa 2 Ihelsea 3, Liverpool 0. Second 2P Black- burn Rovers t Tottenham Hotspur, i, Manchester United -1 Oldham Ath- letic 5, Bradford City 4 Chelsea 8 Sheffield Wednesday 1. Athletic 3, Sun- derland 1 Tottenham Hotspur 4, helsca 2. Hotspur 9, Old- ham Athletic 2. ARR-. Soft COLLARS f rfr Co.. Inc. H for 23 cents Chicago, players'Of the American league lie asked to autograph some of me Iiaseballs which President Johnson M-Ul forward, among other parapher- nalia, to trie Canadian soldiers in France, who want to while, away the intermissions between battles in play- Ing the game. President Johnson said today the material he would provide will in- MADE IN CANADA BERMUDA JJlrSOZ CAUSBUOT COLLARS GREENE fc-ROMECO, BBKLIri. ONTARIO six sets of new uniforms will go. later. Mr. Johnson this afternoon sent ihe following telegram to Mayor T. L. Church, oi Toronto "An appeal has been made to me to provide'a big assortment ot.base- ball paraphernalia, consisting of balls, bats, chest protectors and sloves for use of the Canadian soldiers in France. I am prepared to arrange for this donation. The American league club owners and players will cheer- fully make the contribution. Kindly instruct me to whom I will send this shipment if it is wanted.'1 Reports reaching Chicago from France indicate that baseball intro- duced among the French and British soldiers by Canadian troops, is tak- ing a firm foothold back of the Frenches. The French'ate dftscritied as enthusiastic rooters. AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus S; Kansas City 6. Other games off; wet grounds. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 3; Seattle 4. Tacoma 0; Spokane 2. son-Wolgast, Burns-Johnson, John son-Jeffries, Johnson-Flynn fight, lave all been shown here m their day. It was truly a great bout and the movies show it to be such. Ihe fighters stand out distinctly m the oi the white light over the ring and each punch can be seen with ease and every move oi tbe masters speed and glove "science HOLIDAY TENNIS The Lethbridge Tennis club OUIMET DEFEATED Brookttne, Mass., May Francis Ouimet, 'national amateur golf cham- pion, was defeated today by Jesse Ouilford, former New Hampshire title holder, In a play-off match, which fol- lowed a triple tie for medal honors in the Country club's tournament last week. Guilford went today in 77 strokes, Ouitnet in 79. BIRMINGHAM LOSES JOB Birmingham resigned as man- ager of the Cleveland. Ameri- can League-'basebill team to- day. According to announce- mint by President Charles W. Somers, Birmingham's reslg- nation was requested. No sue- cessor has been named. Bir- mingham succeeded Harry Da- vis as manager in 1912. He had .played! in a Cleveland uni- form as outfielder since 1906. Poor showing of the team last year and so far this season Ted to his retirement, f, in Reduction Second Cabin Bates to All Steamers Service MISSANABIE (New) ..June 17 METAGAMA (New) ...July 1 MISSANABIE (New) ..July 15 METAGAMA (New) ...July 29 For full particulars apply to any Railway or Steamship Agent, or W. C. CASEY, General Agent 210 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg Oakland, Calif., May IcLauglilin, the world's greatest ten- is player, planning for next win- To and From Great Britain. SAILINGS. MONTREAL-GLASGOW SERVICE. Prom From Montreal. Steamers .lune 9...... Athenia ......May 21. June 16.... "Cassandra ....June 1. Excellent cabin and third-class ac- commodation. Rates ?50 and respectively. "Carries cabin passengers only. These steamers are fitted with twin screws bilge keels (whicE prevents vessels rolling at and wireless telegraphy. For rates and other information ap- ply to any railroad or steamship agent H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent Winnipeg, 349 Main St. Ph. M. 5312. Vancouver, 531 Granville-Street. bout was extraordinarily free Irom Municipal features that might not be anced by the fair sex The advance j was, there style. peed ana glove science. f ter an international indoor tennis The advance notices stated that the tnunianienti tn )ie played in tbe new bout was extraordinarily free Irom Municipal Auditorium in that miEht not be counten-.; Mclaughlin, who lives in Oakland, in practice all the year round. IE two months when tho rains come, lie finds diliiculty in getting practice and has been looking for a suitable place to put up winter courts. The -Vuditoriuiu, recently opened, and in which 101) conventions will he held this summer, is, according to McLaughlin, an ideal place for winter tennis. The floor is of maple, and a canvas covering would make a swift court. Tlie Iloor in the arena is 214 by 30 feet, giving plenty, oi room for laying out the court. "An international indoor tourna- ment would be a big success, and I hope to see one in Oakland next win- ter said McLaughlin today. "J have been in correspondence with a num- ber of tbe best men in the game and advance notices stated what true. In the whole 20 rounds was nothing of a shocking nature seen and the goodly number of ladies pres- ent probably greatly enjoyed the pic- The reports given out at the time of the fight are proven correct by tnc Welsh did most of the lead- ing in the first ten rounds and scored point after point over Ritchie. In the last ten rounds the American picked up and in five or six rounds forced the thc Britisher a "fighting and gave little the worst of mill. But on the whole and particu- ly as boxing is judged m the Old larly are arranging for a tournament for Victoria Day. Tbe tourna- ment will be played on the city courts in the snd will begin at 11 a.m. The tourna- a ment will be played American g jjim decjsjOI1 and the world's hampionship. Reduced Steamers 1st Class SUMMER SAILINGS FROM MONTREAL Date Steamer To June 3' .SICILIAN Londor June 5..PRETORIAN Glasgow June 10..HESPERIAN Liverpoo' June 19 SCANDINAVIAN Glasgow June 20..CORINTHIAN Londor June 24..GRAMPIAN Liverpool Full information from any Rail- way or Steamship Agent, or W. R. ALLAN, Gen'l. NorrWest Agent, 364 Main Street, Winnipeg. NO OTHER TIRE THUS FUTUItt fheLeading Batters in the Major Leagues NATIONAL Player Club Philadelphia Cincinnati P Connolly, Boston Clarke, Cincinnati Good, Chicago '.I. Smith, Boston Saicr, Chicago Lttich, Cincinnati l.obert, New York (i. Burns, New York Kiliifcr, Philadelphia Williams, Chicago Ilinchman, Pittsburg Daubert, Brooklyn Bescher, St. Louis Schmidt, Boston New York Snydcr, St. Louis Whittcd, Philadelphia -Long, St. Louis Koberlson, New York Kiliifcr, Cincinnati ,W. Zimmerman, Hrooklyn Bchahg, Pittsburgh AB. R. H. 3B 3B HR Pet. S3 80 .14 14 101 83 84 86 81 Sir Si SS 48 S7 84 llfl IjO (11 71 21- 12 31 11 17 8 10 30 36 .14 28 23 30 28 28 26 18 36 AMERICAN Player Club Fournier, Chicago Cobbi Detroit Lapp, Philadelphia AB. R. H. 2B 3B HE Pet 100 .36-1 Crawford, Detroit 551 .356 .Jackson, Cleveland................ 8 i 1 .337 E-avanaugh, Detrpit II 5' .337 Philadelphia 5 0 0 .333 Lewis, Boston 6 2 0 .32B Turner, Cleveland ;i a 1 .331 Lajoie, Philadelphia 300 .331 Veach, Detroit..................... 331 Thomas, Boston .318 'Strunk, Philadelphia .315 Chicago'. .313 Ygrk 310 Qraney, Cleveland................ .309 Moeller, Washington............. .304 Schang, Philadelphia .301 Rpdsers, Cleveland 20 100 3 3 (I 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 (10 13 26 29 34 3 S 12 38 14 31 14 30 5 28 11- 23 7 12 4 37 15 30 .1 S 10 9 13 .301 .2U7 .296 0! 0- 3 0 .295 MartzcIU New York C. Walker, .SI., touis Smith, Cleveland F. Collins, Chicago............ Young, Detroit 91 87 72 38 96 28 76 80 84 10 54 11 31 2 8 58 8 80 5 22 0 77 25 37 4 2 -1 1 S 0 0 580 632 4 3 0 200 231 0 0 .133 .400 .400 .380 .348 .321 .321 .319 .316 0 0 .311: 2 0 1 0 2 0 1 2 0 .308 .303 .302 .300 .298 .296 .390 .283 .276 .275. .373 .272 Here.reiomuof At .-.pplyini Dunlop Tre.jl Bicycle tirc.-tlic ooly lite with built- into V-sWed top of the ii niade by nould! completed.' resisling which cannot tear off. 10 with ordinary-mule bicycle tirei. tiealtr puncture-proof. Your whesl it makinx