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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta C.P.R. ELEVEN Of_COT BEA1 (HE Game Played Under Auspices of Shamrock Football dub a Bafr Park Yesterday Morning Won by tool Team by i to. 0-High Wind was Blowing The C. P R soccer .team of Cal- gary, Lethbridge yesterda) and" were turned back defeated by a fcore .of 1 to u. The'argument'took place at the athletic park in the morning, commencing at 11 15 and minute halves in or- der. The gaine was played under the auspices of the Shamrock football club. The wiaiung goal was scored in the iecond hall -ten minutes after the kick-off Biennan the lucky gun ner who located on a pass from Lee The players were bunched in the TI- dnity of the goal at the time. Tho, Lethbridge Ime-up was com posed'of Shamrock" players pruwi pally, reinforced by, the Overseas and Sons. WIND ADVANTAGE Calgary won the toss and kicked with a strong wind at their backs, which materially aided them in their efforts. Tie ball in the first hall was seen mostly hovering around the Lethbndge half of the Sdd through the wmd advantage acquired by the Calgary -team, and in-.the nrst minutes Lethbridge" kicked the ball behind three tunes and allowed Cal- gary corner lucks. The game had gone fifteen minutes when a wicked looLug shot was huti- td at Hewitt, which he saved only by the Elan ol his teeth the hall took a Hiil.iig curve in its progress to the goal, which nearly fooled the.Leth- bridge goalie and" caused the specta- tors to hold tkeir breath Calgary kept Hewitt on the anxious seat for a considerable period, but with a gocd back, division supporting be was able to keep the ball out of the goal month and held the fort successfully against the. trying wind advantage that was-favoring Calgary in this half which ended with a unique acci- dent to a Calgary player who came too close with his 'ear' to Holberton'B flying hoofs The Calganan not badly hurt LETHBRIDGE'S TUEN Letbhridge figured that if they could hold their opponents down when the wind favored the latter, it would be a victory ior Lethbridge surely Such proved to be tho case In the second half the locals ia turn kicked with the wind, and that this was a distinct advantage was now amply exemplified; for Lethbridgi carried the fight into their enemies territory and commenced a bombard meni; which soon" culminated in the goal that won the gan.e. The Cal- gary .backs after .the'goal was scored had a hiely fight on their hands, aa the locals again and again Waller was doiag a -trojan'r wwk for the visitors and he stopped the heal- thy intentions of the locals time af- ter time Calgary clewed at the expense ,of a comer when danger threatened around the .goal. Brennan pitt a high the Cal- gary goalie shoved over the bar. Bu- chanan and Brennan had the ball to themselves and Bmrnat rushed through with nice prerision, but was shown to be verv much offside LETHBRIDSB SLUMBERS When about twentv minutes of play had passed the suddenly Jj The hall was taken up to the local end ot the field and there it stayed for the greater part of fifteen min- utes The Lethbridge defense was kept mightv busy turning back the onslaught Calgary playing all round Lethbridge. Hewitt was forced to clear many shots and Holberton kicked out to clear an ominous look- ing situation of affairs. Calgary put it over the bar and then the ball came down the field and Lethbridge took a turn at trying to locate the goal mouth Bolherton kicked wide rnd Buchanan gave' an exhibition of football manipulation, beating his way through the whole defense and scoring, but it didn't go, for in his spectacular manoeuvre be committed a foul, which didn't 'escape the ref- eree.' The last five minutes of game Lethbridge' held the upper' hand. teams Holland and Gallagher M. Holbertqn Harper Bestwick, Buchanan, and Vil- lets, Brennan and Farrant. Calgary Counsell Walker and 3haplain Green, -and Eas-" :on Patterson, Fullertoh, Neiil, Waudc and JfcEwan. Referee C. Farrant. FAVOHfON K'S PUMTOWO Toronto, May The opening o the Ontario Jockey club races :at the track, Saturday, was under particularly favorable auspices The weather was everything that could be desired and the meeting wa graced by the presence of T. R. H. the Duke and Duchess of Connaughl and" Princess Patricia. The feature, the King's was by Bee Hive, the farorlte; owned by Harry Giddings, af Oakville, Mr. Seagram's Dark Hosaleen making a strong bid at the mile for the honors Duchess of 'Conndught made the presentation of the .pup. to Mr. Giddings, and the duke, presented the 50 -guineas, the gift of his majesty. was a record crowd. The course looked at its best, and many encomiums were passed on the stand. First race, six Dorothy Dean won Calgary, 2nd Privet Petal, 3rd Time, 1 12J Second race, five Sfeil-Wart Helen won Casaba, 2nd Fol-derol, 3rd. Time, Third race, mile and 'sixteenth Tactics wrnn Eddn, 2nd Barnegat 8rd! Time, 1 47 2-s Fourth race, King's 'Plate, 14; miles 000 for three-year-olds and Bee Hive won Dark Hosaleen, 2nd Sea Lord. 3rd. Time, 3-5. Old Reliable, Gold Bug, Exmer and Porcupine also ran. The mutuels paid Bee Hive, Straight place 52.10 show J2; Seagram entry, place S3. 60. Fifth race, steeplechase, about two won Tom Home, 2nd-Juverance, 3rd. Time, 2-5. Sixth race, 1 1 16 Hearts of Oak won Crystiawoga, 2nd Bustling, 3rd. Seventh race, six furlongs Gold Cap woa Laura, 2nd Ray 3rd ITtoe, 1183-5 AND TRAP good number of trap shooters craved the wind and took part in the Gun club's annual Empire Day shoot: A B.. Stafford was high in event number 1, breaking 10 straight. In event number 2, Geo. Muir won the itcxhug watch, fob, breaking 16. Slatted and Green .were tie for second pUce and in the shoot-off Stafford won, breaking 12 to t. club will now hold their regular shoots each Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. The club championship shoot will be held, every other Saturday, commencing Jaae 6th, at 7 o'clock In the evening, and all who enjoy the shotgua are lariM to take part at these shoots. The 10 high guns will count in this competition. The scores yesterday Shot at Broke Geo. Muir 43 Harry Pilling 50 37 B. Stafford 50 37 D. JfcSwain 50 32 V. E. Green 50 T. YuiU 50 24 J. McDonald 50- 23 A. 50 U r..Ashcjoft 30 14 HERE MEETING There will bo a. meeting of the executive of the Lethbridge baseball c ub tonight at 8.30 at the Dallas Hotel. Business of Importance. SHAMROCKS FOR QAME TONIGHT WITH CALLIE8 -The Shamrocks and Calllea -play 'tonight at the ball iark. The Shamrocks wffl strip at the park at 8.30 and the team will -bo: Hewitt, Seaman, Hollind, Willetts, McCormick, Farrant, H. Thompson, T. Farraat, Gallaher, Kane, Caragbell, Unlsman and Field. ST. CYPRIAN'S TPAM The Mlnwlng players irfil repremnt St. Cyprian's football team In a Sunday School game agalnit St. Mary's tomorrow night at St. Mary's grounds: Goal, Davidson; backs, Mac-Donald and halves. Jlookor. Watti and Kelly; forwards, Buchan-M. Adams, Knox, Ixibb" and Craig. J AT THE The Lethbridge Rifle Club held a practice abeot Saturday afternoon, tbe acont being aa follows 500 toe Tti. HaoLeod _ 31 tl 34 96 _.. ....s S3 )i 18 to OH Jl 'it 28 88 'Andrew! 17 30 26 83 Biyau .36 in 27, 82 VlacV M 22 IS IS PMtoa, mmww W M W. Last year, when Rubt fell iff bf a motdrvyeltt going at full and bounced around on hli hia0 runs, showed hat they" would have to be reckoned with in the Southern Alberta Cricket League Mt'had teen intended to'have'-tbo tootball natch "played before the frand atand, owing to the supar- tubus brevxea a more secluded, spot near the -grounds' entrance was choa- i, The game wasn't a thriller to watcn except when one of the ath etes endeavored to beat out the ball _ _it Marathon with the wind The. won the toss and elected to play with the wind That ended the e right there for they scored hrae la the nrst half, breaking' tho iplrit of their opponents, and then .idded a couple in the second -Half for good measure There was n6 pretty Jay, even on the part of Bucknam LOCAL CRIGKET CLUB GETS TURN-DOWN )ne Game Played-Cardston Went Up Against Lethbridge in Afternoon and Lost-Good Game Till Lethbridge Pulled Away in the Sixth Through a derangement or dls- greement in tha plans, the Bow Is and baseball team did not appear ere yesterday for their advertised tilt with Lethbridge In a District Lea- fixture, hut went on to Macleod o play without ttppping olt here, 'he Cardeton team, scheduled to, play at 6.30, toolc. the place of Bow Island in the afternoon and the ame scheduled lor-the evening was ailed off. For five and a halt the Lsih ndge and Cardston teams put up a lose and Interesting; battle but after that it 'was a one-sided'affair with the local club showing a lead that appear- ed for the Temple GHy presentatives to overcome. Appear? ances at that stage of the game prov- ed correct; Lethbrldte won out in a walk bT-18 to, 10. .wful .score ..tut easllr under- stood when, the weather conditions are taken Into consideration. The fame was ilared in a terrific wind which blew clouds of dust acrosa (he dia- mond and -aH: but -blinded' the players, and made good baseball an impossi- bility. The state of the weather, undoubt- edly- interferred. with the attendance, but close to 300 fans were Jonnny-ou- A Circuit Clout Cardston went.down In two, three order jn the Bret-inning. Tie first matt'.up for Leihiridge in-that round was Seldenbecher, who kissed one on the beak with force enough to carry it over-the head of the left fielder and up .against the fence. It a home run clout. Hits by Mack, In and Evans, -base on balls for Green, and an'error In centre counted two more runs for 'Lethbridge. In the second Cardston failed again to reach first Lethbridge got a couple on but didn't score. A single by. Beazer and doubles by Thompson and McKenzie coupled with a two by the locals garnered four, runs for the vlsit6n in the third. A two-bagger by Svans, his second to date, went for nothing in the Lethbrldgo half. Beazer sent three men down by strike outs. Two blu, an error and a pas< scor- ed another for. Cardston In the fourth. A single by Davles, a battery bungle, a double by Svldenbecher and a sin- gle ty. Evans brought three runs across for Lethbridge and one ahead. Four men faced Remmer la the fifth. One of them, a hit p. Plrle's grounder was booted, all of proved instrumen- tal in Cardstun .tying the score, Lotubrldge drew a blank U their Lethbrldgt Cleans Up Bemmer struck out Olson and Dud ley, and Beazer, third up, flew out to Seldenbecher, sixth round was over for the turk at bat In 'the Lethriridge Ball the slaughter of the innocents took place geiden- becher and Mackin both singled and Hutchinson, replacing Lombard, poled out a two-base hit along the left field line, scoring two preceding'him. Ev- ans and Wray walked. Green struck out. Remmer. hit to left .where the ball was muffed while two runs-pour- eu over the Plate Davies singled and another run came aeroi's.-" McRae singled but was forced :at" se'cond on Seidy'a grounder to short Mackln got on through an error, and' Hutchin- son singled scoring wno was running for. Seldenbecher, the latter getting bis leg hurt 'sliding into third. Evans got a base on balls and Wray singled scoring Green ended tlje session by. whining, the air. Cardston failed make :a noise In the seventh. Lethbridge however was not so Inclined. Bits by Remmer, Da- vies, Seidenbecher, Macklh.-ahd. Bv- ans scored four 'more to -the'-surplus, After Cairncross struck out in. .the eighth for the visitors, McKenzie- sin- gled and 'D. PIrle drove him... In with a three-sack wallop and scored him- self a little later on a passed, -ball. Thompson, who relieved in the box after the eventful happenings bf tlie sixth, men In row "In the eighth; thef time Lethbridge appeared at-the bat; Cardston died hard. Two passes and a single by A. Plrle'.'netted two more runs for. the visitors and the game was over. Though no records were 'kept last season, Tommy Evans surely batted .500. This year lie-'bids' fair to. beat this record. Yesterday his'percentage the swatting station wa'l; no -.more or less than' 1000. His performance was two two-base hits, .two singles and two'free pauses. Runs by Innings: 10 300-308 18 OOS-210 9 301 '305 60V-17 Cardston Lethbridge Hits by inning Cardston Lethhridga ____ The teams: Seidcnbecher' 3b and Mackln 2b; Lombard rf; Hutchin- son rf and cf; Evans cf and Wray p; Davlis and 3b; McRae Ib. Mercer 3b; Thompson (b and p; Calmcroas ss; 'McKenzie o and Ib; D. Pirle 2b and c; Olaon cf; Dudley If; Beazer p and 2b; A. Pirie rf. switched after Seidenboch- er was hurt In the sixth.'' SPORTS AT EXHIBITION PARK MARRED BY THE HIGH WINDS Football, Cricket Track mi Emb Cm odlr 4 MaleMafcr Lost to Uab at Bdwardi sind Chapman; Catllu, Harbsr and Mur- phy; Buck n4m and Luili.'' Out in front ot the grand stand the Mhbtta matt tatker In Muting u a number oC the football erp had entered in the events. Sev eral High School athletes were tutor- ed apd put linger into the competl liana 'Marcite 'psnawirth won the hundred yards bandUy, doing the sprint in 11 flat, (lie wind In hie aAror. The 100 1. Mare.ni Duniworth; 2 Gordon CampbetC's Ralph Hall. Time 11 secondi. ,m. Adolphwra; 2nd Donaghue, tri Oalof Johannas- KHL C Din 44 seconds. 60 yards, Leon Duns worth; t Chaa Joqej. Time 6 seconds 440 FuHon Bonnell, 2 Mar- cus Dunsworth. Time 1 minute Tug of team won from Bakers. Half Ralph Hall. 2 Archie Stewart; t Fulton Bonnell. Time 2 minutes 33 secondi. Run high Jump-T-1 Gordon Camp- bell; 2 Marcus DuMworth; 3 Call McKaln Height E feet 11 Inches. Hammer Geo Jackson; 3 W. H. 3 Ness. Distance 108 feet. Jackson, 2 J Distance 95 feet One half mile High School Shot 1 Geo Ness, 3 H Brady. team. The Lethhridge exhibition board las taken a fall out pt the Jjcth- iridge cricket club The latter applied to the city coun- il some days ago for permission to remove one of the refreshment-stands at the park to the cricket grounds nearby The council referred them to ,he exhibition board, stating-that ,hey were willing provided the hoard ;ranted their permission. At a meeting of the latter on Tiursday night, the.following resolu- lons were passed and forwarded to. ihe. commissioners today "That we. regret that we cannot consent to this moving of booths aa we require them for the purpose for which they were built, where they stand "That it having been brought to our attention that a booth has al- ready been moved its place without our knowledge or "consent, we ask that it be replaced, and that furthermore we ask the co-operation of the commissioners toward the keeping of the exhibition buildings and grounds in proper shape for the purpose for which they were built, namely Mhibittoa' purposes SHAMROCK IV. LAUNCHED YESTERDAY Gosport, England, May bckTV., the Challenger for the Am- rican cup, was launched here today nd christened by the Countess of Shaftesbury. The; new challenger took the -nater n.thc stroke'of noon. There was no itch in the arrangements and she lid down the ways easily, as the Countess of Shaftesbury, who had one similar service for Shamrock II., .christened her Thomas Lipton's atest champion. The. little shipping town was gaily ecorated with American and. British ags with which was intermingled he yellow- flag with the big green shamrock of the Royal Ulster Yacht club. Everybody present also wore a shamrock. The British battleships in the har- bor were firing a salute In honor of the Queen's birthday as Shamrock IV. was most of the Inhabitants of the .town thought the firing was a salute for the Yacht. Yachting experts present appeared to be greatly impressed with the boat and expressed the opinion that she had a better chance than any o! her predecenors although the lateness of her launching would, it was pointed but, prove a disadvantage as the American yacht) lave had a longer time in which to tune up. RITCHIE AND WHITE READY FOR BATTLE Milwaukee, Wis., May 26. Willie .itchic, of California, cnampion light- weight pugilist, and Charley White, f Chicago, who are to meet in a ten ound bout lit -the. Milwaukee .audi- orium tonight, are said to he in crfec't condition for the fray. Ritchie, who has been making pre- arations for the encounter in Mil- has made himself fit with the id of sparring partners, road work nd several visits to different golf inks.' White, according to reports, hag rained faithfully in his home city onditioning himself 'by plenty of oad work and try-outs with speedy oxers. White, it is expected, will' reach Milwaukee during the forenoon and take: things easy until evening. .Under the agreement, the boxers are to weigh in at six o'clock and not register more than 135 pound) Ritchie claims he is" down to weight' this morning and will 'not' have any trouble to keep himself at the desired poundage at weighlng-in :White, according to reports from Chicago, will easily be able to meat the weight requirements. The cham- pion is .a 'slight. in the, fcst- iihg, the decision to be rendered by the sporting writers. The main bout will be preceded by four preliminaries.and the star event is 'due to. start ,'sliortly after 10 O'clock. NATIONAL SATURDAY OAKK8 Mfkta I. WtUoJI T BroeWfi I, CiMtMU U. Bottoa 1, Njnr York I. Jxwii i. i New Yorf 1, CftteaJM. Boston 3, St. Louu 1. AMERICAN SATURDAY-GAME! Detroit S.Philadelphia 8. St Louis 1, Washington Chicago 3, .Boston t Cleveland 9, New York 10. No Sunday games. MONDAY GAMES Chicago 1, New York Cleveland 3, Boston 0 St Louis 3, Philadelphia I Detroit 1, Washington FEDERAL SATURDAY GAMES St Louil 0, Pittsburf Chicago Baltimore T. Kansas City 3, BrocJdyn S. Indianapolis 5, Buffalo I. SUNDAY GAME St Louil 9, -Indianapolis t. No others scheduled. MONDAY OAMES Kansas City 8, Buffalo 4 St. Louis 5, Baltimore C. Chicago 4, Brooklyn 0 Indianapolis 6, Flttsburg 1 WESTERN CANADA SATURDAY GAMES tegina......... 783 Calgary B 7 Bottorf, Mahoney, Berger and Sin-, nett, Kesselring and Jones. Second Regina ialgary Berger and Roth; Gage, Frink and Tones. First Saskatoon Moose Jaw Cadreau and Walters Gavin and Wally. Second Saskatoon loose Jaw Beer and. Walters Wftr, Gavin and Wally'. Medicine Hat 0 10 t Edmonton....... ....i.....16 18 ft Buckles, Lind, Brown and Earth SUllcop and Lemieux. MONDAY GAMES First (edicine Hat Edmonton 7 12 Lind and Bliss Clayton, Spauld-: ng, Dickenson and Leuueux Second -i< Medicine .2 43 Edmonton J 0 I, Martin and Bliss Killeni and Lts mleux. Morning loose Jaw I 8 Saskatoon i. 194 Concannon, Jarrett and' Wally laldo, Cadreau and Walters 'Afternoon game- loose Jaw........................ 0 3: Saskatoon .8 73 Harrah ant Wallr.; Northrup and 'alters. egina algary Reese and Roth 4 6 S 8 8 3; Frink and Jones. Second game storm. BIBLE CLASS TO PLAY BALL The Young Men's Bible Class of Vculey church will play a friendly ime. of baseball tomorrow evening, n.th'e vacant lot at the end of'Fifth and 15th St, The teams, will Buchanan, opt.; Dobspu, Button, la'yter, Rose, Toombsl E'dmunds, W. utlon, Hlgglns, Rutledge, Young and oojey. Crawford, cap.; D. Fisher, Chandler, ponce, W. E. Smith, Holfern, Den- i, fllgglni, Holmes and Owens, All member" are requested to'be on grounds at 7 p.m.'Wltk gloves; he Y. M. C. A. has kindly loaned a switched In tha.iavabth manic and apron, otc, member cjaso EVEN BREAK BASE BALI, MACLEOD. Macleod, May. Island took OM game of a double header with the local ball team here yesterday, 'while'the other went to Macleod, with the. score stand- ing 10-10, Bow Island disputed one of the decisions of the umpire, tear- ing the ncld, whereupon his umps awarded the game, to tne local team. The fracac took place In the nrst game, which poorly played. Rev. Dr. Alberta University, was tho timpin: The evening game wan a good one, Bow Jiland piling uu a 1-3 KCte on NATIONAL w. 'ittsburg 21 '6S York Cincinnati t. Louis 18; 16 12' 15 Chicago -16 20 Boston 8 19 L'. Pet. 8 .724 16 11 593 lit 16 .559 18 .486 .464 .444 .429 17: w. u. pet.; Washington 19 11 .633- 21 13 .611 Detroit........: Phiiailelphla St.' Louis'..... New York Boston Chicago Cleveland .571: .'46V; .313 i. FEDERAL Baltimore St. Louis Buffalo......... Indianapolis Chicago Brooklyn .Kansas, City 14 .741'- .500, .5001' .500 .484 .458 .453. It .385 ;