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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 27.1911. THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FORMER LETHBRIDGE PITCHERS MAKING GOOD IN THE NORTH BATTLE OF "WHITE HOPES" TOOK PLACE IN NEW YORK F F u nl O BURNS VS, WOLGAST Ad Wolg'ast. champion '-light- weight of ,thc world, will de- fend the title .against Frankie Uurus. at San Francisco, to- day in a mill scheduled for 20 JO rounds. Lezie and Pieh Pitched Their Teams to Victory May and Ed- monton ib'roke even on the double- Header today, Edmonton taking the urst 4-1, .and comics back in "the evening encounter with a 5-1 win. The afternoon session was a classy exhibition of the art of baseball and the ex-JMiner .slzbster, Cy Pieb, hand- ed us another where it hurts. Pieh Tlle next game -n tfae Citv Bas6ball Jet Calgary down with 3 raeasley hits wljl be oft. Mondav wnen they didn't count and the at the usuai t- we could do was to get one in theiwnen the Indians andrY c A run column. The ancient enemy clagh for the first tjme the Calgary swatters has taken three season The Qf thege of the last four from us and seems to be our -special hoodoo. His spatter is working well this spring and he iiad the Indian sign on the boys in blue all the way. Fans Will be -on Deck to See Ball Game Mon- day Evening He Was Very Green LOCAL FOOTBALL REVIEW Written Especially For The Herald Weather conditions were once jnorc against football, and there were hun- dreds of disappointed followers of the game on Wednesday, many of whom intended either taking in the Callie trip to Frank, or accompanying the S. 0. E. on their excursion to Cow-- ley. Hut although the loss of the trip disappointed so many, yet the loss of the, moisture_would have dis- appointed ever so many more. Wo have to thank the Overseas and The only other striking feature of the match was perhaps the brilliant run down the field of Clarke, who passing' Cox like a greyhound, suc- ceeded in clearing things for the Sons. But stay I'm wrong. There was another feature the Harem Skirt. 'Nut! Sed. The game opened up in a blinding snow and hail storm, and thc thanks of thc fans are due to thc C'.P.R. lor its foresight in placing the grand in carrying out the game" in accord- ance with the laws. The match which has hitherto ex- cited the greatest interest, is that between the Caledonians and the teair.s, and I my guess if we don't sec one of the finest .exhibi- tions of soccer ever seen in this city. Wednesday evening the Sons have to di in again, and meet .the West- Sons of England, probably more from minsters in their postponed fixture, a national spirit than anything else. on Thursday the latter -will-meet the 'S. 0- E. for jumping into the i stand of empty box cars Cor our bene- brcach. and providing us with the on-! fit- Despite the bad weather a ly thing that happened to let us j crowd turned out. know it was a holiday, and Empire These two teams will meet on Tues- day next for the first round of their annual tussle. It is a mighty hard thing to give any forecast as to the and probably it would -be very unwise to attempt it, but any- I think is a safe bet that there will not be more than a goal' thls -Here is a picture of "Otey" Crandall, who came to New York a few short years ago a green country lad from Chic'k switched from second to the awkward corner, Martin going to second, and the change was a notice- able improvement. Chick's style at iliird put the- fans in mind of the fa- mous Wally Smith, and no doubt he foe. a -fixture .in that position. a H H E KdniontojV 000 101 10 3 Calgary 100 000 3 3 Pieh -and Slight; Running and Dug- gan. Second Game Lezie for us in the evening, and "while the Eskimo grabbed six hits off nis delivery, he was tight in the pin- cues, fanning 10 of the enemy from the frozen north. Baxter on the mound for the Deaconites allowed only Modest in his bearing 1- was _ ,'naiana. mocest in MS oearmg was right and left by the grirzly team lias suffered a Touted as and thejveterans' of the Grants winner of the game will be at the he was made fhe butt of many of the heap. The "Y" bunch has Today this unassUming boy working jokes_ Today this unassUming boy out on the barracks grounds from the farm is conceded by experts evening when J. Pluvius was not ioojto be Dlne of thc greatest'pitchers in Dusy, and Manager Ross says they are.the COUntry. or a> any rate thc far.s in fine fettle. Southpaw McMillan will Lf New York think so. Crandall is the be on the slab and.Mackenzie will do demon rescuer on the 'Giants' sta.'f, the receiving for the "Y" team, while and whenever a pitcher wabbles it is Rube Tate and Green will compose the tafctery for the Indians. The weather will be warmed up iby the time this game is played and it is expected that 500 fans will witness the contest. to Crandall that McGraw looks to help him out of the difficulties. OVERSEAS PRACTICE There will be a practice game of the Overseas football club on the Ov- erseas ground on Monday next, thej 29th. at 6.30 prompt, when it is hoped i that member will make a spec- Standing of Clubs Today between them. Even if the Gallics i tjie This should be a great gajne as The teams appear to be equa] strength, and it is any- bodv's same. I am delighted to see the City Exr ecutive taking an active interest in the formation of the South Alberta WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. C. spec- Calgary 11 _. effort to be out, as the selection four bingles, but received ragged, sup- committee will be on the grouild that at critical times and allowed Cal- ary to pile 5 counters while Ed- monton saved a shut-out toy a solitary run, 010 000 6 3 Calgary 100 040 -1 1 Baxter and Sorenson; Lezie and Uuggan, Chandler umpired both games and: save good satisfaction to both AFTER Twelve hundred witnessed the games. night the ne to choose the team to play in'Moos Jaw" g 9 '471 xt league match. 7 'm WESTMINSTER PRACTICE The Westminster football club will have a practice on Monday night after Brandon :SasEatoon o 6 9 9 10 1; .6SS .666 .500 NATIONAL Won wnich the team Trill be picked to >jew y0rk 22 against the S. O. E. team in the league Philadelphia 23 tixture on Wednesday evening. Brandon, May baseball doublebeader scheduled for today, but great pools of water lying over the field, after twenty-four hours Veavy rain, there seems no chance for the games. Jas. Manes, first sacker of.the Pa- citic Coast League, has arrived here to strengthen the team. "GAME OFF AT THE 'PEG Winnipeg, May ball games tiiis afternecn have 'been called oft Ing to wet grounds. Chicago 21 Pittsburg- ..........20 Cincinnati 15 NEW PLAYERS 1st. Louis 15 'Winnipeg, May Eddie ;BrooKlyn 13 Taylor is endeavoring to strengthen !Boston 9 the Maroons and yesterday secured a second baseman by the name of KL-k- iiam from the Waterloo, club of the Lost 13 14 15 16 It! 28 P. C. .629 :622 .61S .571 .484 .484 .37-1 .243 AMERICAN Won Three Eye League. Glockner, who is'Detroit 29 holdinrr down the second station 19 present, is one grand fielder but batting has been a disappointment. Games in the Big Leagues Boston 13 York 17 I Cleveland 16 I Washington 12 St. Louis 12 Lost 9 15 15 16 16 22. 22 25 P. C, .763 .531 Day at that. was late in starting, partly on account of both clubs hav- ing difficulty in getting teams out at short notice, and partly on account of the late arrival- of R. B. Bennett, K.C., who had been asked to kick-off. The Overseas were trying out one or two new- men, in preparation for their great game with the Westmins- ters next Thursday, and consequently there was a certain amount of strangeness amongst the line. The Sons were without Capt. Holberton, Alcock, Bob and Charlie Chiswick, which fact mattrially affected the combination that the team' has been working up of late. Faunch was seen out in the S.O.E. forward line again, and played a good game, although, he didn't actually score either of the goals credited to him. The 0. S.'s started out with the 'intention of wiping something off the slate, and proceeded to mix things in groat shape, and The Sons with ten, men, were kept busy, but on the ar-j' arc not so strong as last year, they Football League, and on their behalf Answer to W. T. H. The rule may look to their proverbial good i would ask for every team in the dis- reads as Two linesmen I luck to carry them through. The j trier- to have their representatives sha.'l be appointed, whose duty (sub- S.O.E. are by all appearances a j present at the meeting to at ject to the decision of the shall be to decide when the bail is out of play, and which side is entit- led to the corner kick, goal kick, or throw-in and to "asist the referee stronger aggregation than they were i the Dallas Hotel, on Thursday next, last year, and the dash of their for- J at 0 p.m. That will give them time line will be responsible for j to take in the Westminster-Overseas something. Referee Tennant will need I match, to keep the strictest hold on the two' MAN BEHIND. Palmer Shows Up Best in "White Hope" Tournament New York, May twenty-three heavyweights' from all over the country, who entered into the "white hope" tournament at the National Sporting Club tonight, eleven men tried to .show their finals he won from Sailor White, of Newark, in a four round bout, Johnson watched; tne bouts and said he was ready to meet all comers. Al. Palmer was uncovered as the "white hope." He -is a New Yorker, whoredom O'Rourke, the manager of tonight's tourney Has been touting as the one man fit to meet Jeffrie's conqueror. In the fitness to challenge Jack Johnson for the world's championship, according to the decision of the judges, were allowed under amateur rules. of tbe fifth man on the forward IMPROVEMENTS AT WOODBINE Hue. began to shape themselves to it, and it was not long before they want The meeting in Woodbine this spring for So and S2 players. A -handsome new building has been erected where the old betting enclosure, formerly stood cd to nrb: also. Willetts played a'marks the introduction of the accommodation of the mutuel sterling game at centre half, and al- system of speculation in Canada. and.the lawn has been extend- ihoup-1! CT'rkc missed his banner nas installed twenty-one a furlong toward the stables at thouch Clarke missed his partner, vet he and Faunch-' put up a nice some of whjch are for and upper eud of the Bounds. right wing, and did much good work. Things began to look like a no score at half time, but about ten minutes before the half, Faunch GREEN WINS THE LONDON MARATHON j _________ I London, May Marathon. j here today had an international ''as- There were 49 starters, .includ- 1 ing a number of continental competi- tors besides Ryan, who ran as Cana- dian. Tin.1 course was practically identical with the- memorable Olym- pic struggle of 1908, which was-Avon by John J. the disqualification of Dorando. Ryan took the lead at the fifteenth mile and still Newbridge, with Harry Green.. '200 yards behind. Ryan's time at .the fifteenth was one hour, .30 .min- utes and 3 seconds. .At Putney, after twenty-three'miles had been covered, Green went to the front and retained thc lead :up the finishing mark. The -winner .was in iresh condition at the end" .of the race. His time was 2 hours -46' minutes 29 3-5 seconds. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Won Lost P. TODAY AT CALGARY NATIONAL New York......301 001 22 (Milwaukee 21 Kansas City 19 ;j-'SiradeIphia Calgary, May 27.-Wet weather pre-j Kaymond_ 001 000 2 Minneapolis 4 Louisville 18 and Myers St. Paul vented--the game here this Wilson: Burns, Alexander' 'and Toledo between the Bronchos and Eskimos. 'Indianapolis ----------------------------'Boston......... 203 002 10 1 i---------------- HERE'S A REAL PLACE HITTER Brooklyn 5 l! _______ i Curtis and Graham; Barge r and! 13 16 15 IS 19 19 21 EASTERN Won made a pretty pass to Clarke, who centred beautifully, and Heathfield being well up, slipped in a beauty "529 and drew'first blood for the SiO-E., .5151 amidst the cheers of the crowd. .4211 Shortly after, Albert Gurr indulged 53 in a bit of pretty work, which de- served a better ending, by tricking two or three of the Overseas and passing on to Wakelen, who took the bail down, hut shot wide. Chisholm, ,56S for the S., was putting up a great game for his side, and he and j DaVies, who was in the game from start to finish, did a lot towards; I keeping the score where it worked hard, too, and got in a; lot of effective work; but failed at j "the right moment. "Hie Razor of To-day" Frank Bancroft Tells of Arthur Irwin'-krwin. 0 -Pittsburg Ball Unclnnatl 102000010-4 Frank Bancroft, the genial seer 9 0 S 2 Rochester 'Toronto Buffalo Baltimore ''Montreal .Providence 11 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 010 000 6 3'Spokane 203 001 fi 1, Vancouver Cook and Bemis: O'Connor. Portland 022 001 10 2'Seattle Milwaukee 000 001 o Chenev and" Orendorff and NORTHWESTERN Won Lost 10 21 13 Adams. Ferry and Gibson; tary of the 'Cincinnati club, is a story teller. A recent visit of Scout j___ Arthur Irwin. of the Highlanders, to! AMERICAN j Jersey City 10 nis office, led to him telling -some-' 'mere were no games scheduled to Newark 10 stories on Irwin, who started bis base-joe played yesterday, ball career under Bancroft 30. years j asro. "Irwin was i-he greatest place hit- ter in the said Bancroft, "He Kansas City was a regular sharpshooter. The times he put. the ball through a hole in 'the fence at Boston, when he played me at Providence was a case score was a tie in the and Marshall. i The Boston field was not a large one. lanaPOi's the: reT uo, so that a home run inside tne. u and Owens, was impossiole. Arthur end. ____.__________________ to lift Lost 8 10 12 15 IS in IS p. t. .813 .666 .586 .500 .379 .36? 15 12 S 15 20 "U 110 000 12 2' 012 010 4 UNION ASSOCIATION Won Lost Lake 22 fi Soon after the start in the second half. Davis put, in a beauty from away out, but Coles, in the S.O.E. goal, gathered it in, but was a little slow in clearing ,.owing to-thc slippery condition of the sphere, jind things looked dangcrotzs, but were cleared by the 0. S. gettwig a corner' oft Coles. After the goal kick, the 0. S. began to come again, ;uid things looked as .618 though they were going to even up, .559' when McKay put; in a stinger, which .454 instead of going anywhere near Lhe made a hoe-line for Gurr, thc '.250i Sons loft: back, who saw it coming ------j when too aaui put up his hand j P. GILLETTE Blades Are Forged Razor Blades .667 P C grounds not waste any stFer.glib. tryin the ball over the said "He was too wise for that. While out. in the field he had noticed a bole in the left field fence, nor much bigger teiumore a 'baseball, and about six feel from the ground. When he came 1.0 .Montreal 101 (5 bat he set his eye on that hole and Toronto 002 300 12 aimed for it so successfully that hie EASTERN UO 000 4 12 City 030 043 11 000 100 H Newark 5 .tfutte 19 Grear. Falls 14 Boise Mfssoula 0 Helena- i 13 e, 5 8 11 13 19 20 to keep it. ofi his belt, but was un- successful, and his share of the pro- .704 ceciis :i knock-out .560 and a penalty. .500! .240' .200! :jjuffalo drive went cleanly through the hole. lue Boston fielder was playing bactfi __ OOQ 000 Ofl0_0 iroai the to get or rebound, and. hold Arthur to two cs. but there was no rebound. With- Spokane taking even a splinter off the board, the -ball shot through the hole disappeared from view, and that run won the game for us at a period in the race." H'vV'tSTtRN 3 2 This should iipvjor have happened, _________ j and would not have, if Referee Ar- ENGLISH CRICKET Jnoid had seen the 0. S. off-sides j London. >fay beat Leices-: which led up to JT, but somehow i ter by nine wickets. Uiere were quite a. number of such 3! Warwick-shire beat Sussex by two) things that quite escaped his However, A penalty was given, and j Surrey beat Northamptonshire by! r' wicket. _ i Yorkshire beat: Derbyshire by an in- nines and 75 runs. Worcestershire beat Oxford by six; London. following taken bv C'apt. Danes, but Coles was! t enough and cleared nicely, t f> B'-'t Capt. .Farris was a lit-: tie too eager, and ran into the 18yd. i area, the kick was taken, and J consequenth another penalty was; Before the GILLETTE was invented razor blades were all forged. That is, a piece of mild steel was heated and hammered out till it took the form of a razor blade. Every heating, every hammering, changed the hardness of the 5tceJ_ a much, no man could tell, but more in some parts than. because these parts were hammered out more. Naturally, to temper perfectly a blade" of such uncertain and uneven hardness Is impossible. In making GILLETTE blades we start with an ingot of steel, too fine in quality to stanci forging, whoae composition we know by analysis. We roll this out to the thinness of the finished blade, then stamp out the blades ready for tempering.; The composition of the steel is not altered by the-rolling and stamping as it is by forging, so that each blade comes out not only even in texture but of the same quality every other blade. As our patented automatic tampering process tempers each blade through and through in precisely .the same wayrithe finished blades have an even, uniform hardness which cannot possibly be equalled in forged blades. Two of the hardest, keenest, smoothest shaving edges the world has eve? seen are found on each and every GILLETTE blade. Not only is the GILLETTE the safest, quickest, most convenient and only adjustable razor, but it carries the best edge. That is what interests the shaver most Standard Sets Pocket Editions to At your druggist's, jeweller's or hardware dealer's. The Gillette Safety Razor Co. of Canada, Limited Office and Factory, 63 St Alexander Street, Montreal. Via com a A ictoria 0 games werc completed I awarded. Groans. Tiiis time McKay 'Middlesex beat Lancashire by the honor. put. in a stiff; S. 1. and pleven runs. Notls beat. shot, but saved again brilii.-.nt-' 5 12 2 an inning and 155 amid thc cheering of the .crowd, j Offices dio in New York, Chicago, London, Eng-., and Shanghai, China. Factories in Montreal, Botton, Leicester, Berlin and 247 ;