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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta fit! fclTRBKIDGI DAILT Epsom, Mar Derby, best taown of the English classic horse races, was won today by a French knd and trained horse owned by an American, H. B Duryea's Durbar II. :-Tto winner's recent form in France heea considered so pooc that he was regarded here as a rank outsid- er and odds ol 25 to 1 were freely laid against him in the clubs last klfht. Today had no trouble in disposing of a huge field of thirty fcorses, toe largest that has turned out lor the lace since 1863. He won a canter by three lengths from two other outsiders, Hapsburg and peter the Hermit. The betting just before the start ef the raw 20 to 1 against Dur- bar, 3S to 1 against Hapshurg, and ItO to 1 against Peter the Hermit Ifte public favorites never flattered jtteir supporters at any stage ol the Mce. Kennymore, who led the het- .tjiE, behaved so badly af'the post Sat he delated the start, and when tin field was finally sent away he left to a had position. Holy- ciatw made all the running to the fcair distance- with Black Jester, Hapiburg, Dan Hussel and Durbar doss up Hounding Tottenham oor- ta. Durbar JJ., jumped in on the rail and took up the running. He held the command to the finish, easily off several challengers. Dan The time of the race -was 2 min- utes 38 seconds, a'fraction of a sec- ond quicker, than the average. Mr. Dnryea had great faith in his horse which was hacked-for large amounts hy the American contingent. The ju- bilation among the big crowd of trans-Atlantic visitors was distinct- ly noticeable as the winner was led into the paddock. King George aid Queen Mary were both present as well as most of the staff of the United States embassy. TINKER IS AFTER JOHNSON Federal Manager Will Try to Tempt Star Pitcher Chicago, May Joe Tin- ker of the Federals expects to Inter- .viow Walter Washington's iftcher, a.view- to him sign a contract with .the local team, according to a special tfspatch from .Baltimore today. Tin- ker said he authorized to see Johnion in Washington and offer him tempting Inducements to Join the new Uague, I ST. ANDREW'S BOYS WON St -Andrew's didn't do a-thing to last night'in their Intermed- iate Bundaj School 'League game. The flalnta won the contest with their home run. wallops by a score of 14 to L The teams: St Glllls c, Stafford Ib, Pltny 2h, DunswortJi 3b, ,0. Glllls'It, D. Grills ef, Watson rf. p, Redmond c and Cascaden Ita, HcFhee 2b, H. Hamilton Sb, Mathers rf, Dowsett If, Bond cf and. c. AVIATOR GIVEN UP FOR LOST, IS FOUND Newcastle, May Evening Hall says that Gustav Hamel, the Bri- tish aviator wSo -had been given up for lost in the English Channel, land- ed today from a fishing boat at South Shields. Will ROLLER SKATING Bring a Number of Your IMends and try it- Good Ventilation Music HOUBS 2-5 7-10.30 Free instruction in afternoon COSY ROLLER RINK Under new manage- ment SHAMROCKSRESPONSIBLE Defeat for the first time -this sea son was spellea out for the Callies last night at the bill park in letters LAKGEST MOTORDROME SAUCER IN THE DOMINION On the completion of this saucer in Toronto, it will seat about 7000 people The. walls .of the .Sfcucer are -nearly perpendicular, allowing tremendous speed. At the foot is aucther track not nearly as steep on Tlrch oicjcle races will be held The track will be lit with .very high candle-power lamps and so arranged that no shadows will be-.cast to confuse the cycle driver. CALUES IK mm wsi COBB NATIONAL LEAGUE RACE AMERICAN STARS PLAY 'May 26 posi tioas -were obtained by American en- trants in the drawing1'-yesterday for Insofar as Jsationarieague matters the French amateur golf champion are concerned, "Manager ex jship, the preliminary round ot which accompanied by the figures 10 The pects to return to the Polo grcunda'ivill he played todaj The draw di Shamrocks.succeeded in turning m jmi, looking much better, pen- Uiiled the strength of the field evenly trick. Good foothal1 "-as not at nanth speikmg, than he did when he and the strongest1 American players all lading and the match proved sta'ted bis western trip not be each other snappy and esciting enough to keep a goodly number of spectators m an uproar. the southwest ivind which almost inevitably spoils an otherwise perfect day'for football, -whistled across the grounds in and served t-o-badly handicap the Shamrocks during the first half. This was up, how- ever, by_tte Jact that the Callies plaved one man short after C. Far- rant and Bannerman collided. The former received a-nasty knock which forced him out of the game. The Callies hegan pestering t-be Shalnrodt goal and Hewitt-was call- ed upon, to show the spectators his position. He succeeded in doing this many times, thus saving manj' seri- ous situations. The Shamrocks began their aggres- sive work in the second half and pressed the. Gallics' defence. The goal was scored by P. the ball had-been brought down the field on a rush. .The ball was carried down to Hasten, but unhappily he missed the'kick. Farrant was present, rush- ed ths ball to the goal succeeded in passing Jlolntyre who leit the goal Gran hit Pittshurg the Pirates had won 15 games and lost 4, which in- dicates .considerable ball playing. Clarke's crew, however; had .been until the finish of the match. Francis Oaimet and Jerome D Tmers escaped (each otLer ia tl-e etrly round is NATIONAL _ Philadelphia .....051 Cincinnati 10 11 1 Alexander, Jacobs and Klllifor; Burns, Tingling and Clark and Gon- zales. BrooUjn 3 15 0 PittsUurg 2 4 1 Reulbach'and Miller; Adams, 0 Toole, Conselman and Gibson and Colcman, Boston 201 St Louis 4 10 1 Hess and Whaling and Gowdy Doak; Sallce and AViiigoud; New York 10 15 1 Chicago 7 12 1 Tesreau, Frommo, Mathewson and McLean and Meyers Vaughan, Hum- Koestner and Bres-' nahan: AMERICAN ihicago 2 19 3 New York 1 4. 2 Russell, Benz and Sehalk and Gossett. ilcveland 361 Boston .273 Blandihg, Gregg ler arid Carisch; Foster; Bedient, Leonard and Carrigaa. St Louis 654 Phil'dclphia 3 10 1 Hamilton and- Agnew Bender, and Schang Detroit 280 Washington 3 b 0 Dubtic and Stanage Boehlihg and Henry, v, FEDERAL Louis 272 Baltimore 381 GroMiie and Hartley Wilhelm and JacUitsch jhicai-o 380 BrooWtn 492 Pendcrgast and McOuire and Wil son Lafltte, Scaton and Owens and [and. Kansas Citv ..781 Buffalo 680 Packard and Easterly Krapp and Blair. Indianapolis 4 10 1 Fittsburjs,