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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Pace 7 Remarks on the "Siavordale" Despite the tact that we have Been of the three city league first div- ision, teams hi action, we cannot tiny which fa' the superior team, so far an _ scorns are concerned. Thy Cul- lies', Sony :'of England and Overseas Kro all BO equal In tho league standing point apiece, -the Overseas nnd the Scotchman having one .goal to their credit, .while the SORB have yet, to pierce their opponents' net and their own-good record is still Intact. Tuesday's game between the Scotch- men and Jhe Overseas certainly fulfill- ed the prediction made by the'olficlnis of the latter club that, their team would (his Benson he found'a much Im- proved set of footballers. Club offici- als are naturally optimistic "ys to their but a good hnnvy lot o footballers, who know thn game ail tako advantage of ovory opening it Ilium by either opponents; In rnci.ihU faculty which enable them to show to ao much advniitag 6n Tuesday nigh't last. The Cullteh at the start, and for time aftei iynrda, were Inclined to iako the Ovei seas a little less serious than the, ought to have done, thtj thnt the latter within ;6rie ac of capturing the two. points In velvet The Overseas possess, an all aroiin well .balanced and eivthus .iibVddiibt Vtlu, displny 'against tiie Callies .on lay last give them confident which will help considerably .lie season. ln( Snmner tried 'goalkeeper. >vhq; initia nistake v.'liicb led to'the'Call IPS sci' team's prospect before season j goal, played a splendid gam opens, but in this .case no' mistake was made, and Judging from their dis- play in the opening match, t look to Kee the Overseas taking quite trpro- mineat part In this year's football com- petitions. They hold the veteran Cnl- lies' 'to a good draw, and that, in these days, is no mean performance. And the Overseas did not have any luck, either, but shared the points decided- 'ly on their merits. The 'crowd was not nearly so large that on tho previous week, when the Sons of England and Cullies opened the season, but the small muster of fans was, to a great extent, accounted for by the mi-settled state of the wea- ther. But those game fans who stay- ed .away from the game missed a nice exhibition of football, with that spice of excitement which usually character-! IzeR a drawn especially where points ore' at stake. The ground was in excellent condition, hi spite of the kra1nfnll. and the players had no dif- ficulty In getting themselves to the un- usually heavy turf. U was a sing soog game with just one .side In the ascendent and -then the other, with neither at anytlm gettl-ng. n decisive lead. The( usual crowd of Scotch spectators'was, appar- ently absent, and us the sympathies of the impartial looker-on uually '.in- cline toward -the supposedly weaker side, the majority of the spectators were glasl to see that famous ten minutes rally" of the Caledonian: prove futile to pierce the Overseas defence. The Callles had changed their line- up somewhat-from that which did duty for them against Uic Sons of England ni the opening match. But the new comers, veterans though-some of them -ire, acquitted, themselves nobly. J. Smith, as back in place of was always in and''lasted the out11 in gallant.' fashion. An- plhfcr votm'nn, McMiUen. was in 'the lint and put up a good per forma nee. The sound knowledge of the which these, two men pos- sess serve them in good stead and niake up for'any deficiency in speed, of which Pathei Time has deprived iltenv Ynnng ICnlglit. on the right is another newcomer, and "put aip a good performance.. He and .binning are a youthful pair, who will after a few games -together- make a useful wing and. 1 'think j.he Callies would he well ;idv ised to" Ipaie them nndistmbetl L nnmg plTved much more COD fidence igai the Overseas than ho displaced in the match against the FnglMunen and his performance much, improved." Fred Oliver got a hart shaking up in (he early'stages of the game, and tins .undoubtedly affect- ed h but efforts in "the last ten. minutes to iput his team ahead were admirably directed, and it was not his fault that the Callies' did hot Take the.two' points at. s'take. The re- mainder of the Scotch team all played up to form though on this occasion Glenn was probably the best of the half-back division.' and if he will only'makc up lift mind to coii'timic to give us .the very bey i that: js in look, to take his place in tiie very" front riink Both backs are good and safe, 'and lime and again saved the silu.ition on Tuesday night. Hori'te was somewhat uncertain In the opening session, but 'n the second half he played a bril hint game and delighted the tor's with his display. The half-back line held the Cnllles well ,in'check and against them'the Scotch made little, progress. "Jock" Mullen lias habit of getting iii the way of his. opponents and makes up "n inches itnd'an infections enthusiasm .'or any lack of science.. too, 'is a useful man, a ''good conception of the half-back's position and duties; he places a rood ackler, and .not: above taking -i shut. at goal if the opportunity arises. Bren- nan, Joyce and Simm were tho pink of the forward line. The first nam- ed displayed a dash and which should have victory to his team. As it he scored the Overseas., goal, and .came..very ..close- to scoring oh other; occasions. Joyce was in great form ana gave the Cal lies' defence a time looking after him. His play along the line was pretty to watch, and the way he got the best' of "M the ci icket mutches between the-Australians and Oxford University, yesterday, col- legians carried their overnight score to 71. Being In a minority of 175 runs, Oxford followed at the closp o-c the s olaj had scored 203 runs for the lossiof nine wickets. After a day's rain, the 'South Afri- can- Worcestershire match was. started todaj TSorcesfpr had acoied but 5C runs in the first the Col onials 277 runs 'for the lass of five wicketi. Montreal, Mav a remark- able burst .oi speed in the last period and a better, exhibition of team work the Tccumsehs todav snatched a vic- tory away from the All-Star 'Irish (_ uiicliahs in the opening gaiwe of the Dominion latiossc Ihese spectacular, but not sleuth, while the visitors were continuously aggres- sive. Tim veteran Charlie Qiierrie was. tlic star of the'Tcciimseh' team and to his work can to a great extent be credited a live tav four victory for the Tccumsehs. Tho new penalty rule proved effec- tive, Kclket being I lie onlj victim, he suffering a five-dollar fine for trip- ping. Rucker replaced Johnnv Bren- nan as Judge of Play, the latter ha ing fallen sick at the last moment Tecumsch-Kinsmaii, Green, Yeama Grayiion, Rovvntrce, Fc kcu, Querrie, .1. Gorman, Durkii liopc, (Collins in 'second- period Smith. Irish Oonioi Roberts, Rochcfotb, McUUvainc, K.ei na, (White'iii second Aspc Kane, Munday, (iconic, F. Scott, 1 Scott, George Roberts. Gormvall Defeated the Capitate by Score ol Cornwall, Ont., Mav The locai X. L. .U season opened before a crowd, of five thousand today, Corn- wall defeated the -Capitals 9- to. -4. Ihc C'apital had on of the nicn .who proved, ineffective last" year a number, of youngsters who turned some Count all had a large jiumher of "civ men and the more dashing than the itors1 attack lay-ollq.and .East- wood the Msitmg attack, Hastnool showing up better thtn in past seasons The ganr? somewhat ragged, however, the ihiers shoeing disposition to get" together on either side. Line-up CD Shaving with the GILLETTE is not a fine art, nor does it require skilled labor. You may be "no good with yet you can shave yourself easily and well with the Gillette Safety Razor. Hold it lightly, u illustrated, and it falls naturally into the right shaving position, blade edge just touching the skin. Then draw it across the face, not hoe fashion, but with the Angle Stroke shown, and the keen GILLETTE blade wifl cut smoothly in any the grain, across it, or against it. If you want a light shave, or if your skin is tender, screw the handle tight. If you want a close shave, loosen the handle about a quarter turn. This allows the blade to spring away from the guard a little and take more hold. Buy'a GILLETTE and forget your shaving troubles. Standard Salt, Packet EdHwu, t. Conbmation S.I., J6.5O up. At jour Dnicfut'i, Dealn-'i. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, Office and Now Gillette BUf., ST. ALEXANDER STREET, MONTREAL GILLETTE 3o5 Coleman Defeated Champions Crow's Nest Baseball League The Shamrocks Shut th Montreal Tetun Out We take very seriously our mission of dressing men to look their best in "Male Attire" Tailored Clothes. And the world takes seriously those discriminating men who are so Attire" Tailored Clothes, in their perfection of fit and workmanship, procUim the man of sense and taste, our mow in Scotch Tha V Blue Grey tttrw jiwt fwn EncHih Montreal, .Mav old rivals Montreal and Shamrocks' met in the .opening game of the. N'ationa liciosse Union ssason, in what prov ed to he a disappointing exhibition The game was practically an inter mediate one, wholesale promotions from the teams having taken place with the advent of the L. A iuto the field nnd departure o senior 'men from the Shamrock am: Montreal teams to seek" more lucra- tive employment witli other clubs, Shamrocks won six: to nothing'.before i fair v-roud the Irish of th fans sticking to the old favorites h well. Montreal was clearly outclassed ami Frankie Hogun and Layricn .on the hnmc, ppi pooi sup- port from tiie new comers. The dc- had O'Kanc, and Ihomp son leff, out of last year's twelve and they were not equal to tiie task of out the Sha mi oik's jou sters. BICYCLE RIDERS WHO WILL REPRESENT CANADA AT OLYM RTDPATJT CASH.TAfLORft AND CLOTHIERS Avt, Hull Block, LMhbridgc Toronto. -May. A. McGillicnd- dy, of the Toronto Bicycle club: F. Brown, winnor of the .fifty-mile.hlcy- cla race a week ago, will repreieiit .Canada- nt the Olympic games at Stockholm. Sweden, in todHy'H ellm- inallon miranit race at the 'exhibitio track, Mcnilliciiddy won handily) ov ortaking his last opponent. Spencer, after a ride of 13 3-4 miles. There were ftv-c stnrtors. Degan, SomBrvillc, F. Cummings Defray, A. Degray, H. Ransom, Hi Degan, -M. St Pringlp, Shea, Hall, Hcachamp, L abtwo Herb Rilph for the visitors, W locals. Cummings, Thomas, fioodwin, Nicholson Fairbairn, K caiman, Rutterworth, Lavellc, as field captain O'Neill for the Toronto Put H Over the Nationals by Score of Toronto, iV.ay 21. The Dominion I.Hcrosse -Association local season opened here today, the Torontps de- 'eating the Nationals at Scarborough Beach hy 3 to 2. It was a closely contested came and the result was in ilouht until ilie final whistle." The lned disperaieH during the inal few minutes to lie the score and t looked as though they might suc- ceed. Tin1 field was in had une end being a regular slough." Con- j the Coleraan, -Michel eleven champions ot the 5 Lea the score of, 2.to. 0..in favor of. Cole uian. Although Coleman was defeated it, Michel on Satmdaj by {h same score, the defeat was attributed to the absence of sevetal oC'the regu lar players confronting a vot eran line-up, tho champions Tsere kal somined as recorded. Throughout the game little.indiml- ual work attempted, thore being manj short effort to nork combination "No goals were scored dvnng liie first'Ifalf In the becond half, Kellock scoied the first on a. pass from Eraeraon. and Sud worth the second on a pass from Kel- lock. Several other good shots were registered, hut were either blocked by the goalkeeper, or carried out. by tho wind, which caused some slight annoyance. Although not many shots reached the Coleman goal, they ware formidable and' credit is the goalkeeper, for Ills cool handling of the situation The line up Hoimes. goal Moore j McGeckio, Rougheid lackson I and Faidnii nnrv, Flayer, Emerson, Kellock and Sto thers, 'forwards. Moores, goal, and Bran? barks, Frririslon Jenkini and Ferguson halt backs Chajinor, an, fomar'ds Tennis The tennis tournament at Blair more wag larjjjeh attended, theie be ing uoward of'fo teams piesent, com- prising. players flora Blalimore, Frank and Colfroan most and in all the Brents the'keenest competition prevailed An mconipleto return of the gives a score of Blairmore 7, Goldman 4 The drama, "The Squaw wblrh in the Opeia House last was b an interested audience, who n enthusiasm am deficienrrMn num here The nla-v deeplj apprecnt ed bj all present, being of more than iiinal merit for such ilay ng (he uncertain footing .proved exceptionally good. The "ocontO' defense put up a very clean ut game, marking every man in the ttack and holding, them .w.cll out. Catcher Frank nowermsu, formnriy of, the Giants and tho Kansas City Cowboys, has sjgnod as manager of thn London uam U the Canadian Lea- gue. American Wins Long Distance Olympic Race at Hamilton Hamilton, May year's VIc- oria LJay marathon, which this year, used as the elimination trial foi nig distance runners -trying to make ie Canadian Olympic team, took lace !this morning, the classic nine- -ihlle Bnriington "Bi'y course being sed. Runners from the-United StateR ere nllowed (o enter the race, and. "o of them. Harry 15. D2B me A. C., Xow -York, came home rst., Jitnies Uiiffy, Toronto, was aec-j nd; Harrv ,1. Smith, Elizabeth, N. .1., i third, and Kd. Fabro, Montreal, fourth I There were 20 starters, six of whom I wore -from the United States. Tho last five miles of the race saw a tre- mendous struggle between Duffy, Smith nnd Fabre. Parker Fighting for Soccer 'Independence in Canada Perhaps no ,man connected will) amateur sport in Canada, has beei villified more that George A. Parker tbc well-known organizer of the Peo pies' ShieW competition. When see; here: recently be.strongly repndiatet the attacks made on'.him. Ho cited a not-able instance, when an jnspirec news telegram was circulated broad cast, to nil the papers from -what ho calls "a contaminated source.'.' where he was Igriomfnously .referred to "that Englishman'1'and "the cause of much trouble' in soecer It 'all arises! he declares, from tlve crime he has committed of being an Englishman' arid not afraid to own It, He cant e to this country seven years ago, wheh.soeacr was little .known, and when it, was nlayed in Toronto and adjacent districts'- It wti gener- ally played under Canadian rules. Sev- eral officials were n I lowed on the field of play and new players ..were IfiP Huh Purdue, of the Boston is the season's sensation In tho box. His work stamps him H n great pitching artist. allowed to tike of injured Fiom Uio start, he brought out the People s Shield donafe'd an old country newspaper for couragcnicnt of, the game, ho out that H must plaved JQ) Btitlsli lulcs IHa move to organi7e a iitiUonal, which 'Injip yer.ra ago as the Canadian Koolball Ihe idea Mill Is to aocc.er' cluhs under one atrong ptfrtM vhlch would also operate Competition series In tic entoroiise it is m should encounter T'6 this us a man of the wotld.be has MO ob- whan Caigary, dimppoint- ed At the of iihdldg.Its lurst iesm to that ho ID a crook he Rtrongb resents It, and too jlaitng that most of Cnlgaty'ii t are poor sports ers. Hie Quarrel with Toronto from the fuct that ho Is determined to carrv Hamt Rule For In other on majority of fwtWI more r.-n, Ihe grmt he rontiitS tta of the Amnteur Uhletic Union to gorern soccer. My back is agaliut the wall, he saifi aud with the cooperation of oM counto supporters who ivltneas- t4 the best football m morld, we at the big meet- iiff to jplace In Winnipeg early in Jutj, at which be ho pea the lively footbvll city of Lethbridffe will be To carrj through fhe tournaments at Vancouver, Toronto Winnipeg and ians on occasions, has cost the promoter much time and. bufc nelthei the one nor the other Is Basted If he attains the objects ha has still in affiliation of, all senior clubs under tho C V A and its affiliation to the BntJsh associa- tion nhich mil at onto open the door for the of the Blackburn, or an all stai team of Inter- nationals under the ovcigreen 'Bob Crpmpton. Air Pai Icci is 'particularh pleased the splendid support given the game in Lethbridge hich citj says all over tbc Dominion as the home of good clean he trusts that at the line up pf in the great tournament m Winnipeg in Lethbridgo be represent- ed with strong team j Non it Is u i to the entbualiiBtE ID the citj fo get biwv with a good re- prestntatha team and there no douht that the business men of the cm Mill be bohind the bojs fintincial- Jy if thej sbosv that thej cieservo such feiipport TORONTO TEAM WINS IN Geneva NT Y, 2-1 irsity of Toronto College, at lacrosse here, today, by V to 1 J Mdivs Faithftil Friends! SOW by ail and clubs ;