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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, Muy English Corinthians Scheduled to Play in Many U. S. and Canadian Cities Shooting Matches and Football Game Comprised Local Holiday Sports Tpo OFT rS LO uJLsl TOUR Trigger and Trap ASPIRANT FOR MIDDLEWEIGHT TITLE Celebrated English Foot-j- ball Team Will be inj- Lethbridge Sept. 7th The Corinthian football team, including seven international men, will visit Canada in July, playing games in ail parts of the country. The following dates have been secured: August August August match, To- ronto. August Canadian. Tor- onto. August William. Aiipgust August August or Moose Jaw. August August August August Sept, Sept. Day, Vancouver. Sept. Sept Sept. Louis. Sept. Sept. York. Sept. Sept. River. Sept. York. The Corinthian, team is compos- ed of players of the best univer- sities in England. Every year a tour is arranged to some part of the -world. O CITY LEAGUE BASEBALL The Indians and Maroons are scheduled to come togeth- er again tomorrow evening. There will be something un- corked iu this bailie. Don't overlook it J. W. Stafford Won Gold Button After a Tie Yesterday R LOMBARD The regular weekly shoot of the Al- berta Gun Club was held yesterday .'morning instead of in the evening. I Owing to the threatening weather I there were not as out as usual, i The grounds are in eood shape, and as cinders have been laid around the I platform and benches, there was far I more comfort on the grounds than i anywhere else. I In the opening event for the weekly gold button. J. W. Stafford and F. R. Agncw tied with a score of 21. In] In the shoct-ofT Stafford won out by two birds. Sides were then chosen for a team i shoot, for a sack of flour for the Cranbrook. May Day! Nursing Mission. A. B. Stafford's i celebrations were a great success, al-'side won with a very few birds To jthough the weather was dull and cold, i spare, after a great deal of sport Atoyie Juniors defeated .the local' from the benches, jcubs in the morning and the local] The following is the score, all jssniors defeated Bonners Ferry, 8 to' in the afternoon. i A large crowd witnessed some inter- horse races on the athletic I grounds. I The Lombsrd-Lauder contest drew 'a full house in the auditorium in theJAgnew, F. R. [evening, which lasted tea rounds -with: Skeith, Hi I the decision in Lauders favor on I Marriott, D. 'points. j ty-five bird events. J Stafford, A. B. iJMcLeod, R............. 15 jSharman, K........... 7 Stafford, J. W. 20 21 MONTREAL HAD EASY VICTORY Montreal. May The lacrosse sea- son opened here vith a pogr exhibi- tion of the national game with Mon- treal defeating the Capitals of Otrawa in easy fashion by a score of eighteen to three. The youngsters on the Ottawa team failed to come up to expectations, while the veterans. Shea, Ashfield, Pringle and Butterworth. appeared to have gone back. Montreal was with- out the services o' Dad Rody, Finlay- son and MacKerrow, but otherwise last year's team was intact and from goal to inside home looked good. POLO DEFENDERS WON Long Island, May The American polo cup defenders won by 17 goals to 10. made by a clever scratch team here today. Joe Keeper, the latest Indian sen- sation in the realm of Marathoners, won the Fort William Times-Journal road race in record-breaking time for the course yesterday. He took the lead about a mile from the -start and never relinquished it. While it "was Hogan and Roberts made up the Mont- j conceded Keeper had a good chance to real home and. the work of the dJmin- win, William Showers, local attack was the Scott and Laldea, Fred Scott INDIAN TIES-JOURNAL RACE 21 21 16 12 18 12 21 19 20 15 15 19 15 17 11 Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN i St. Louis .......100 000 4 0 JBoston 000 000 I Bailey and Clarke; Wood aud Xuna- raaker. 6 1 Cleveland 001 000 1 Philadelphia 101 101 1 Harkness and Land: Coombs Thomas. hlcago 200 100 0 New York .'.....110 000 12 2 White Ford and Swee- ney. Detroit 000 020 120 ST. BASS OUTRAN jU'ashington V.___ Works and Stanage: Hughes and Henry. 2 000 001 KING JAMES.ALSO A WINNER AT WOODBINE WINNERS Toronto, May Gtdding's luck 'bids fair to become proverbial at the present Woodbine meeting, the and Oakville breeder repeating today with St. Bass, which won the Breeders'" Stakes hands down, with speed and wind to spare. Kavecrock, the- Sea- gram "also ran" in the King's Plata completely outdistanced Powderman, the Hendrie hope, for the place. In the first race King James won as he Groome, T 10 Two VIE.-WS Meet Dan Sullivan at Oakland June 7tK in Short Bout; Winner Will Challenge Papke 23 ieith, NATIONAL Boston 000 001 5 3 Chicago........ 200 000 8 3 Mattern and Rariden; Mclntye aud Archer. Brooklyn 130 000 5 1 Pittsburg 000 000 4 2 Sc'hardt and Miller; White, Steel and Gibson. Philadelphia 001 000 6 2 St. Louis.......004 000 S 3 Moore, Humphries and Dooin; Gold- en and Bresnahan. !New York......110 000 8 1 .Cincinnati 100 000 2 2 j Mathewson an, i McLean. pleased over J. H. Houghton, the only other starter. S. C- Hildrsth also won the Prince of Wales Cup with Shannon, This surprised the public, as they call- ed Watervale to win after Hlldreth. scratched Fitzherbert. Folio-wing were the results: First race. S-year-olds and up, six James won; J. A. Houghton, second. two started. Second won; Time 1.18 2-5. Only' 2nd, Knights Differ; 3rd, Senex. Third Bass won; Haverock second; Powderman, third. Time 156 3-n. Fourth won; Bilber- ry, second; Wateridge, third. Time Livingstone, J. C. Team Shoot Stafford, B. A., Agncw, Marriott. Sharrnan. Score 78. Livingstone. Stafford, J. W., Mc- Leofl, Lethbridge, Steckley. Score 62. Owing to the absence of the presi- dent, the Magrath cup shoot was j Players in Hospital La- put off, with the hope of getting a large attendance. This is a handicap shoot, and every member in the club has an equal chance to win this fine cup. FIELD TU londe's Skull Cracked in Melee New West- mister Vancouver Vancouver, May 2.17 2-5. Fifth race, Prince of Wales Handi- "7! cap, six won; Ben i Loval, second; Watervale, third. 1 Time 1.12 1-5. Sixth won; Andrew Summers, second; Judge Gronyn third. Time 4.10 3-5. Seventh race, mutuels Gal, Dygert and Egan; Cathris and won; Third Rail, Idleweiss, third. Time, 1.48. EASTERN Baltimore 100 000 8 Toronto........ 202 010 12 2 LEAGUE Kocher. Newark........ 010 020 7 0 Rochester 002 uOl 1 Smith and McAllister; Dessau, Man- ser and Mitchell. Jersey City-----311 003 17 3 Buffalo 010 Oil 6 13 3 Masot and Tonneman: Stroud, Tay- lor and Killifer and Fitzgerald. Providence___101 000 344 Montreal 110 900 S 3 McLeod, Dale and Peterson; bench and Curtis. GREAT RACING AT THE WOODBINE YESTERDAY the largest crowd that -has everjtoon to {attended a league lacrosse game in champions.beat Van- Toronto, May holiday crowd racegoers were treated to a day of magnificent racing at Wood- j'bine this With, enough AMERICAN ASSOCIATION [prizes to add zest to the problem of one or last year's castoffs, held Saska- 200 000 7'getting money from the mutuels. The safeties In this 5 .Vsensation of the day -PTVIS "The Nigger" Brandon, May Smith, and the locals won 3 to Lessard Bemis: Defeated in 12-Mile Jaunt at New York Boston, May Queal, of New icouver by one goal to nothing in one throughout o' the keenest games ever "played l. The game was fast and snappy jKhoades and O'Connor. the coast. Vancouver Saskatoon 000 001 11 001 000 3 the rich Toronto cup handi- cap, with its purse. S. C. Hil- ;Louisville 200 120 11 5'dreth wanted it badly, having won the 001 010 7. two years ago with King James, oj Higginbotham and Hughes; Cutting, victory today would have given him permanent possession of the cup, -feature. Every man on the home scored, Ho- gan and Eoberts proving to "oe the most dangerous. The Capitals seem to be even weak- color? of G was the favorite in betting a hours before the race. Showers finished fourth, a few tonight by 50 yards. The time minutes and 33 seconds, good er than last year and will have to half mile behind the Indian, who was strengthen up considerably to keep j a good quarter of a ahead of j 1 E. Edwards, who ran second and was ilast rear's out of the tail end oosition. A large number of penalties were handed out by Murphy and W. last years winner. Cain, but most of these for for tri-! A few yards behind Edwards was via! offences under the new rules and not for deliberate fouls. The chief ofjcences were going inside the goal crease and checking on the offside. Many spectators were present despite z. S. Chcnier of Port Arthur who .was second rear Time last -Tear was flat. was generally conceded that Keep- weather and other attrac- tions, the attendance being er could have reduced the day.'s mark had he been hard pressed. Suits For Warmer Days En glish plain blues and grays, as well as stripe effects. Irish patterns that are exclusive with Fit-Reform. And a new shade of blue that promises to be popular, Fit-Reform 2 Piece Outing up. played the Royals to hit, Letcher: ami Ludwig. _ standstill right through, but the defeat Mtg( SuIIiran_ Murphy: sacri- Indianapolis 030 000 304 but Zeus, poorly ridden 'by an appren- wili cost them much. Newsy Fitzgerald, Sullivan] Smith, iiicneapolis 002 023 030 was beaten less than half a head, is in the hospital suffering with sacrifice McCallen'; stolen'! Robertson, ScMitzer, Webb andVhile Fitrtierbert finished fifth. "The Schaefer, Holmes 2, Faber, Paterson and Owens; J'Nigger's" lucky supporters got 40 to 1 bases on balls, off''Smith 4J''H innings.) 'straight and 6 to 1 place. Hildreth, [off Deekin 5; struck out, by Smith 4, fJ'oledo 100 001 13 3 however, had the consolation of wln- St. Paul ....-----010 103 S 1 ning two firsts, 2 seconds and a third baskette and Brennan; Decanniere, on the day's operations. Another long Chech, Leroy and Kelly and Spencer, shot to was Blanton, who took the --------------------------------------------------1 lace in the sixth race and paid his CANADIAN (backers better than 20 to 1. A costly ime: one was cut down by Gray just Deekin 2; tlme 2 umpires ds. be going to put the -bail into and Terry. net for the equalizing goal a few min- utes before the 'finish. He received (four stitches in his head and a bad 'gaah in the face, and is a candidate-foriMAROON3 TOOK jthe hospital. Vancouver played West- Immster for all they had and had de- jcidedly hard luck in not registeringva victory. With, only Gray to heat. Fitzgerald unlucky enough to hit tfle Royal's net guardian with the ball, when a score seemed inevitable. All of the Eastern men on the Van- couver team showed up well and if (they keep ur> today's form will surely I prove their worth to Con. Jones. 351 Standing of Clubs Today Morning Games lesson to those who tear up tickets JAW'S MEASURE TWICE Eerlin 7 11 4'after a race was furnished "by the sec- 'London 0 4 3 ond event where Vestibule, an added Winnipeg, Hay 24. Maroons broke) Tracy and Dunn; Haynes andjsiarter, after finishing -first, was dis- j qualified for bearing over at the last turn, the prize money bsing awarded- to Moisint. The steeplechase won by their losing streak today by trimming Reske. Moose Jaw in both games of the noli- --Guelph 3 7 day. Over 2500 watched the locals St. Thomas................. 6 11 trample the visitors In two good con-j Mason and McWhirter; Howick was one of the most exciting tests. The morning game was a pitch- Speer. ers1 'battle between Glass and Naver-j Afternoon Games son in which the former had the 1 esi ......220 300 100 15 4 ered during the afternoon, the total 'contests ever seen at Woodbine. An ienonnous amount of money was wag- of the duel. St. Thomas 005 120 000 17 8.far exceeding that of Saturday. Only one run was scored in the nine Orth and llcWhirter: Killings-worth, j rounds, Krueger sliding over thp plate Howick and Speer. jTUESDAY'S WESTERN i CANAGA DAMES WESTERN C'alarary Edmonton Winnipeg Moose Jaw Krandon Saskatoon CANADA Won Lost 10 3 10 5 9 9 7 0 7 9 5 13 in the third inning on a verv close Brantford 5 10 7 play. In the afternoon the bom? Hamilton 12 12 4 batted three twirlers to all parts of ihoj Hurrell, Hadley and Parkes and Mc- while Cummings 'held the Robins ijnness; Kalseth 'and Carey. I Moose Jaw beat the Maroons'at Win- to four hits which were well scattered 7 7 4 nlpeg by 2 to 1, the Jaws winning in after the first inning. The final re- fi 10 8 the tenth. The sult was 9 to 3. The .sensational JUoose Jaw 000 000 round work of Manager Taylor of the Maroons was the feature of the day's Z5YSZKO BACK TO POLAND Winnipeg........... 000 001 New York, May Zby-j Brandon slipped it over Saskatoon and he pulled off several the Polish wrestler, will sail for.'jn a six innings game with a shut-out stunts and stung the ball hard.ihjg native land today after a success-'Heinrich was invincible in the box for Bill Hurley joined the Moose jt-uj tour in'this country. In his final'the Angels. It is the first good game squad today. EXHIBITION GAi NATIONAL 3Vew York 21 Philadelphia 22 Chicago 21 Piusburg 19 St Louis 15 Cincinnati 13 AMERICAN In spite of adverse weather condi- tions, the S.O.E. and Overseas went to it yesterday afternoon in a friend- ly exhibition of football, the S.O.E. Boston" j winning by 2-0. The gnme was play- j ed on the Overseas 'grounds, which j might have been in worse condition, though they were not in the shape that, is .conductive to fast soccer. A feature of the game was the fad that, Faunch scored the Cwn S.O.E. goals. McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole AgenU for Lethbridge. Too Wet for Baseball IS ;New York 1? Chicago Boston 17 (.'cvciand Ifi 11 St. Louis 12 12 13 13 14 15 Ifi 21 2S .1.5 In 16 21 22 24 .636 .629 .615 First Game UToose Jaw 000 000 Winnipeg-...... 001 000 hit, sacrifice hits. Dickinson, match here last night he easily scored be has pitched this season. The two straight falls over Paul Sampson. Brandon 100 Zbyszko has been wrestling almost Saskatoon................ 000 ;nightly and will take home many Am-: Calgary and Edmonton were pre- .'erican dollars. 1 vented from playing by rain. Taylor; Ed- raunds. Donovan: stolen bases, Hurley Dunn. Glockner; double play, Beck Hurley to Harper: bases on balls, ,'off Glass 2, off Naverson 4; struck out, Glass 5. by Xaverson 3: bit -by "Ipitcher, Hurley: left on bases, Winni- jpeg 9. Moose Jaw 8; time of game 1.40: i umpire Boswell. Second Game ......200 100 4 002 110 12 Baseball was out of the question ir Southern Alberta yesterday. The Dir trict League games. Cardston at Mn grath a-nd" Lethbridge at Taber, werf forced by the -boards, also the Citv League game between the Y. M. C. A.jToledo............. If- Maroons. Undianapolis 12 AMERICAN ASSOCiATION Columbus 21 CViilwaukee......... 21 Kansas City 10 Minneapolis 22 .Louisville ___..... 17 St. Paul............ 13 15 14 17 18 .Winnipeg .alo _ hits. Dunn and "033'Freer; sacrifice hits, Dickinson, Dono- "003 van, Krueger. Glockner, Kelly, Bliss, double to Beck I to Hurley, to Syfert to fid- hits, off Collins 4 in 3 innings, off Foster 1, of Dickinson 4, off Cum- .n76jnnng5 7; struck out. by Cummings 2. .564jby Collins 1, 'by Dickinson 2; passed .473'by Edmunds' wild pitch, Collins, Fos- bit by pitcher, Taylor, Collins: .432ileft on Jaw S, Winnipeg time A loc. 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