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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WA LET.HIKlDCt DAItT CATCH M't TOO CLOMIY t Sandwich, England, May 23. J. L. C. Jenkins of Troon, Scot- laud, won the British amateur eolf championship today, by boating C. L. Hezlett, of Port- rush, Ireland, by 3 up and 2 to play In the final round of 36 boles, NATIONAL LEAGUE Club Batting Philadelphia FECJEftALS WANT TO'PUT A CLUB IN .MILWAUKEE Make Offer to American Association Want i It Wls.i May rA-L. Timme of the local American as- BOciatlon'ciu.b, today said that he (had beett offeree; a price on the'cluh by the Federal league, which he claims Is'.ahxious to get into Milwaukee with- but-a war. St. Louis and. Kansas City, according to Hie'local magnate are1 deuiiwood on. the -Federal -tre'ef, and the now league TV ants to become more'compactj and at-the same time jet a towa that'Will ipar.- Timme did not name the price but tiaid that-lt covered1 the franchise contrails and the_park ANNUAL BRITISH ___ MANOEUVRES .London May "23 are feeing made by -the 4rmy Council for holding amir training manoeuvres this year in an area which comprises Herefordshire, and tarts of the ad- joining counties of Worcestershire, .Gloucestershire, Staffordshire and Shropshire. The troops are expected to move, into the manoeuvre area during August for brigade and divi- sional training prior to the army manoeuvres, "which will be in progress from September'U to 18. Newesf English Sack For the well dressed man who studies the art of dress Model 61 will certainly be of more than passing interest. The illustration is an exact reproduction from a Fashion-Craft Suit of this type. We can show you it either from our ready for use stock for Spring or make it to measure from, any cloth you select. Equally, well, tailored either case, j of L. KEEL Lcthbrldtc. New York Pittshurg Cincinnati Boston Chicago Pet. .201 .289 .267 .217 .232 .229 .222 St. Louis or More Barnes Byrne, Philadelphia .423 Daubtrt, Brooklyn .417 Gathers, St. Louis ....................-too Meyers, New" York ....................367 S. Magec, Philadelphia .............365 Pasiert, Philadelphia .........i......344. Lofcert, Philadelphia .................344 Qowdy, Boston .341 Cravath, Philadelphia................338 Dalton. Brooklyn :......................338 New Tort :......................330 Culshav. Brooklyn....................817 Gibson, Pittsburg ......................317 Williams, Chicago ......................313 Mowrey, Pittsburg -.389 Wagner, Pittsburg ;303 Eyers, Boston A397 Cincinnati. Burns .295 Stengel Brpptltt .288 Saict .235 Deal Boston.. .283 Moran CinciMiatf .280 .274 ,871 Marsans, Cincinnati .271 Schmidt .271 Bescher .271 Kiiliier, Philadelphia.................270 Snyder. St. Louis......................269 Doyle, New York Groh, Cincinnati Cruise, St. Louis Konetchy, Pittsburg .267 .266 261 St f Meyers Peititt, Ha- gennan and' Suydcr. Philadclphn v .25! Pittsburs; 8 15 1 -lt, Jacobs and Pooin aud BiU'ns.; Adaihs'-und tiibsou. Brookljn 0 Cmclnuatl 6 Pfeffcr and McGaitb) and ingling aud Clark, i Boston -v 250 Chicago I) 4 0 less and Goftdy Vaughn and Brcsuahgn! AMEKICAN Clctoland 351 N'ew 7 2 Ilagerinan aud Carisch McHale, Sch'iiltz aud Gossett and Rogers Chicago Boston Cicotle and Thomas Schalk 0 6 2 140 B'oster and Detroit 613 Philadelphia 912 C.VWilliams. Covclaski, Reynolds, Boehler and Stanage Wyckoff and Schaug. St.'Louis iVashington Hamilton, Mitchell Ayres. amd Henry, 582 4 11 5 and Agnew FEDERAL 'ansas City Brooklyn Adams and Easterly 6 10 2 293 RESOLUTE, AMERICA'S CUP DEFENDER This Is Nat. Herreshoff designed and built as a pros pective defender, for .America's Cup. She was launched 'only a ago, This-photo higb, narrow mainsail and slim bodj GAMES AT Bjjjp II There will be something stirring at the bsll park morning, afternoon and evening Empire Day. In the morning a representative, team .of Lethbridge football talent wilt meet the C. P. R. eleven of Calgary. ,'J.uct who wilt corn- Fletcher; New .York post the Lethbridge lineup, has.not been divulged yet, but it will have to be a good and the promoters of the match here art well aware of that fact and are getting a bunch of gnod kickers tcgethsr for the off wljl be made it 11 o'clock and a goodly throrig of peojale spectators at the game as is the rule when a Calgary football team plays here, BASEBALL IN TH? neball on the bill of'fare 'for the'afternoon-at the bah p Mitchell, Pittsburg....................357 Clark, Cincinnati New Tort Connolly, Boston L- Louis.................. .255 .255 .250 'AMERICAN LEAGUE Club Batting Philadelphia Detroit.................................. Cleveland Washington Baseball is on the bill of fare 'for the'afternoon-at the bah park. The Bow iiiand team which defeated Lethbridge by a score of 8 to 7 will oppose Pet. the local nine again. The Lethbridge-boys are confident. of taking- sweet -264 I revenge upon the Islanders; .Monday, 'the renowned Paul Seide 23fi !lsland 'ast Tuetday, and who would have probably been the "means of turning lerz .Monday. local team .will, bja5trensthened by enbecher, who was unable to" be boys at Bow St. Louis .325 against the islanders had he been on deck.- New York Bow Island played here last year. They were baa'iy beaten. But the Bow Island team of 1914 is not the team of 1913 at was amply proven to the morti- fication of the'Lethbridge contingent last Tuesday at the gas town.. Pitcher Remmer is confident that he can set the Islanders down Monday. They-got six tafe binglos off him last Friday, which should have won the game under ordinary circumstances, even if he did allow eight free passes to firat He .346 j promotes to have better control Monday, and if the have not strengthened their pitching department, as they hinted they would, they will, have an interesting time the holiday afternoon holding their own. The game, is scheduled to take place at 2.15. Bow Island will catch the 5.15 train for Maclepd where they will play in the evening in another league Chicago .218 Boston ..-..........................208 or "More Games Jackson, Cleveland .407 Drawiord, Detroit .elivelt-, Cleveland 3. Foster, Washington Milan, Washington Barry, Philadelphia ...................325 Williams, St. Louis ...................320 Jobb. Detroit .315 Oldring, Philadelphia t................30S rlartzell, N. V.........................; .306 Mclnnis, Philadelphia ..304 3aker, Philadelphia ...................304 Leary, St. Louis 301 Shotton, St. Louis ....................301 Walker, St. Louis .................300 Chicago.........................297 Demmitt, Chicago ......................291 Cleveland _...................283 lollins, Philadelphia .................386 Kavanagh, Detroit .....................282 Burns, Detroit ............................377 Turner, Cleveland ......................276 Strunk, .Philadelphia.................275 iooper, Boston..........................272 Dubuc, Detroit ............................263 Johnston, Cleveland ..................261 tlaisel, N. Y..............................2BO is, Boston ............................260 Olson, Cleveland .........................25G Uurphy, Philadelphia .253 Daley, Philadelphia....................250 FEDERAL LEAGUE Club''-Batting fixture. CARDSTON HERE IN EVENING The Cardston team will clash -with the local aggregation' at 6.30 in the evening. Cardston is of unknown quantity this year, but they, are going after baseball in the Temple City this season better than ever and'with A. A. Pirte Et the head of affairs It will be no mean line-up of players that will be seen on the field here Monday night. is down on the annais of baseball In golden letters. Three years ago they defeated Lethbridge on their own groundi here in what was probably the fnost brilliant game, ever seen in Lethbridge. The score was 1 to 0. If this performance can be repeated here Monday night Lethbridge won't complain even should they- lx defeated. Theie games will mark the opening of the baseball season-here. St Louis 343 Pitishurg 382 Game called on account of rain, Orbom antl Har-tlay Knetzer and Berry Chicago i 9 3 Baltimore 881 L_ange, Fisk, Brennan and Wilson Wilhelm and Russell. Indianapolis-Buffalo, rain. WESTERN CANADA Split Kilmonton, Alta., May Hatters. snl.U-a double- Sharp fielding hy' the '.visi- tors, "and the reverse by the homesters resulted in a shut out the, home teaniVv The was b "good hitting and hrilliant fielding, the Eskimos Inning, 2. Scores: First Medicine Hat 551 Edmonton 0 8 5 Martin and Bliss; Russell and Spencer.' Second SSedicine Hat............ 2 S" 1 Edmonton.............. 4'11 1 Dunn and Earth; Bearman and Le- mieus. Red Sox Winners Calgary, Alta., Hay in the first innings before he got warm- ed up, Hya- held the Bronks safe and Regina won, 5 to 2. Score: 5 f. 1 Calgary............... 2 9 1 Ryan and Roth; LoomiB and Jones. Punched Hll Umpihip Saskatoon, Sask., May a con- test featured chiefly by the rowdyism of Robins, the Quakers defeated them 5 to 3. Weed and O'Day were fined for punching his umpahip. Score; Moose 3 8 1 Saskatoon............ 5 9 2 Janette and Walley; Xorturup and Walters. ENGLISH POLO TEAM i SAILS FOR STATES! SUNDAY SCHOOL JUNIOR- BASKETBALL LEAGUE Liverpool, May 23. The British polo team which is to play against the American four at Meadow Brook, sailed today" tor New York on board the Carmania. Baron Wimborne was with the British team, which is com- I'Flret Game of Season on Monday Ev- Cyprian'e and Knox the Contestants The first game of the Sunday School Junior Basketball iQasue season Kill take nlace on Monday evening at 7.15 Brooklyn 3altlinoTc- JialViduals--io. or Mofe'team Evan's, Brooklyn .245. give us a ijood chance of taking thi 231 442 Laporte, Indianapolis -................400 Camphell, Indianapolis WicWaiidj Chicago.......................386 .375 Wilson, 'Chicagp Easterly-, .Kansas ICitj..............369 Lennox, Kansas'City W. (3t .342 Walsh, J3s' Goodwin, jKiinsias City .............833 Esmond, Indianapolis ................333 Yojing; Buffalo .333 Gagnler, Brwklyn International trophy." HARVARD SECOND CREW ENTERED' FOR HENLEY Boston, Ifass., Mar Har- vard university second crow has been entered for tho Henley regatta on tlie Thames In England July 1 to 4, It was announced last night. The crew defeated Annapolis, Princeton and' Pennsylvania in. the American Henley, last Saturday. Th'e oarsmen -will'have a two-mile riite' with the Yale second crow at New London, on .June 10, .aod. nBl-Btll foil England apLit diy. ii; the will of Wirvard rlbo practically two .Harvard crewa. In. the .flnsllsli Henley tUls- p.m., the contestants being the junior 'Both teams been prac icing faithfully for the event, aud a good oxjilbiUoTi of the game is expected1. teams 'will line up a follows ..St. Boulton, Dorothy Sellens Dorothy GUI lespie. Mo.ta Doris Tuck well and Jeannie asaon. Young rva- Hutton Tes sle Robison, Marsar'et ,.Brown and Ada Miirray. Monday, the evening of Empire Daf. should see a big c ond of the idhef %nts; of 'tlieso loams on St. Oynflari's ground, to encourage their respect- ive champions In the bouketbujl urena 8.; 8. j '.BASEBALL LEAGUE r.The'Wosiey and Bt Jun lofa play'on Thursday, the--2Sih, at Iho barracks, and not.th.g..2oth asvstftt- cd In yesterday's' I Jefodlah the famous ctWtior of old days, a, hart luck itorr that Is hud to beat. 'When thlngi bretk bad, they break remarked Kit, dur- ing a turning njptcb 'I remember one game I caught In Chicago We had made up lot of to da- ceho tho ud then An sou put Ip i, rounk pitcher nsmed Doc In inning, I forgot, took off my musk to BOM That was a ale nnl for (wit MX] Rice bound od one aft the top of my head Late )n the stmo I squatting, and h.d.jmt tie till back to when .fc'-yeBowJacket lighted on. toy atung me I made a quick at the place and .commenced rubbing It. Ittce thpueAt It was a glgnal for a quick return aud kit me hack of the ear with a faat Iwll When I came to, Tim Donahue was catching; and I let him tavo the lob of handlinf Rice from that time on He watched the signals too-closely to suit me.' DEFEAI-OF EK PUT STATES OUT Sandwich, England, May W. Evans of Chicago, and Harold We- ber of Toledo. Ohio, the two surviv- ors of the 10 American competitors in the British amateur golf cham- pionship, were eliminated in the fourth round yesterday and as a con- sequence there is much Jubilation among followers oi the'British play- ers C. B. Maclarlane, a Scotch player, who .defeated Evans, played better golf .today than ever before and his il for the first nine holes broke all records for the course There was no fault to find .-with the game as played by the former west- ern open champion, but lie was not inspired and his defeat was inevit- able. MacFarlane -was five up at the turn and he won, iour up and two to ilay. WEBER MEETS SUPERIOR In the game between Harold Weber ind Captain Cecil K: Hutchison of (he Royal and Ancient club, St: An- drews, the Scotchman played better and steadier golf and won meiits-by sri'up and four to play, 'rvo'mah' plays a" pheno'mcnal game twice in succession and .there was not raucir surprise conqueror in the -fifth round, succumbing, E. .Martin Smith of the Royal St. Georges club, two up. Hutchison also was defeated and Haloid H. Hilton, holder of the British championship, was put out. of the contest in the round; by Edward Blackwell, :-St. Blackwcll, in turn, was'.put- put by L. Phillins at the nineteenth-hole. Another interesting result' of the contests today was the elimination of II. .S. B. Tubbs of Littlestone, -who yesterday defeated Francis Ouimet, the American .open champion. Japan's most expert, wrestlers are men who have, inherited their ability from ancestors who made wrestling a profession for generations.- IE NATIONAL W. L. P.O. Pittsburg....... 19 S .704 New York....... 15 0 .625 Cincinnati....... IS 13 .581 St. Louis...... 16 16 .500 Brooklyn........ 12 13 .480 Philadelphia..... 11 14 .440 Chicago........ 13 10 .406 Boston......... 6 IS .333 AMERICAN Detroit..... Washington Philadelphia St. Louis New York Boston Chicago Cleveland W. 21 17 15 13 1? 14 11 12 11 15 14 14 19 21 P.C. .056 .586 .577 .500 .481 .481 .424 .300 Baltimore St Louis Buffalo Chicago: FEDERAL W L 18 7 15 14 13 13 12 12 14 10 n 10 15 16 16 P.C. .720 .517. .500 .500 .483 .455 .448 .385 Jfltsoiirg____ WESTEBN CANADA Calgary, Me'dlclno Hat Regina. Jaw W 11 9 8 8 P.C. .1183 .500 ,500 .471 ,412 Cardtton, Alta., May an- nounced some MO In the -Her- ald ttiat ths Cardstom BaaobaU club would purchase town lot in Card, ston to be raffled, ud the proceeds to go Into tho trqiaurr of'tha club for the aeaion's expeniMi The purchano was never made, lint, .nevertheless, the bull team have a tott and a (ood one It' came it a from the Cai d ty, au4 in situated In their excellent Grand View It is lOOHW, fadni Main street and is listed at Club members will Uw.ttle in charge. Tickets are 'being Issued at tl.OO a piece and the drawing, take place on July 1 at Cardston. 'Com- petition will be very keen .The 'gamble.fa a rare one, and already', tic- Icts been Bold in ReginarCal gnrj Edmonton, and Winnipeg A A Plrio, the king of baseballerti In''tho south, is very optimistic of the. wit- come of the venture. Athletics got a big boost in the south, when the Mntual ImBroveiment associations of the' Mormon cfiurch took up the matter of a stane meet aad also competition between the states of the Canadian, "Last Saturday at Cardston the final draw took .place, and some excellent re cords were made. Magrath gofc'it. to the tune of i4 to nil from a combined Baseball, team from Leavltt and Hill' Spring. Not only Cardston, ther cen tre, Is enthusiastic, but all the jfmall- er towns and country places la the itake. TRIGGER AND TRAP ALBERTA GUN CLUB SHOOT MONDAY MORNING The following programme will be shot at the traps on -Mondaj morning promptly at ten o'clock, and all ers are expected to be.on hand, as this is the real beginning of th.e'1914 season: Event No. shook -ten targets, entrance free. Event No. Gun" twenty targets, entrance 76 centrist prize, sterling wateh fob; 2nd prize shell case; '3rd prize, SO trap shefo Event No. and cut" event, "money-back" system, twenty targets, entrance tl.OO; "two lives" free, and three additional "lives" at 10 cents each; 5 cents will be jiald for each target .broken. ;v." Event No. committee" team. TaeerlOOrtarsoUi; jeach member of the-managing committee Till "be present irtth-his team, and some fun will be had in event No. 4. The first shoot in the "Champion- ship club of North America." compe- tition, will be -held on Saturday, June t. LOOK HERE CALLIES NOTICE The following teim will represent the CaJHes on Monday at Henderson Park against the Overseas: Crawford and Murphy, Stewart and Jlcllven'd; Knisht, Allan, Finnerty, Linning and Easton. Reserves: McMillan ami Scott Strip at Henderson Park it liSO; Klck-oK at 2 o'clock. NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED The above clui will travel to Tater on Monday afternoon per the 1.50 p.m. train, to play their league fixture with the Taber club. All sunortera are rc- .uested to be at the depot about' 1.30. The following team has beon seleicfed to play: Dunlop; Frier and Ness; Bryce, Whyte and Bell; Boverldge, A. .Teii- nnnt, J. Tennant, Albert Gurr and Clayton. Reserves: Anderson, Ken- nedy and Ramsay. Harley-Davidson Motorcycle 1914 CANADIAN PRICES (F.O.B. Milwaukee, including Model Model. 260.00 Mode'. 305.00 Model 310.00 Model Sidecar 100.00 ALSO EXCELSIOn AND YALE MOTORCYCLES. M. PRIEST 511 Wk St. South. Phone 1858. Aik (or Catalogue ;