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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta tilt" LgTflBRrbGK IjEKAtD THUMDAY, MAY M, L-oadon, Out., May' vestigation into Q Jar Hung sys- tem of baseball pools doing a great business In this and oili- er cities has btcn started by the district attorney here. The quarters invested, It Ifl" Enid, amount to thousands .of dollars TveefrJy with consequent big profits to the operators. One operator is said to net over ?150Q weekly. ITAND-OFF DEFEATED BY TWO -GOALS'TO NIL ON THE HOLIPAY Caidston, May 25, In the first football game'-'of th'e' season" Cardston 'defeated Stand-OS here today' with tfi high goo'd. as It have bwn.un.deir other citcumsfancra, hut nevertheless, judging by the applause, the game ,was interesting to the 300 spectators present. Cardeton's first goal came in the first half, and was mads by Hindis through a pass Irom Henson, the in- tide, right. The second camQ in the last hall, and ma made by Bur- ,ton oh a pass Irom Woods. With the their" favor, Stand-On: had sereral trys during tie first period at the. Caidston goal, hut were unable to get a score owing to the good occupied the space Between .E: S. Barker acted as referee and 'did eincient service. NEXT GAME The return match will he played at vStsnd-05 on Wednesday, June 3rd, A huge celebra- tion and picnic is billed for this date and the game will make up ope of the 'many features which wiU comprise the. ._ The Cardstoa liae-up was Jows Forwards, Woods, A. --T- Henson, Hincks; .Shepherd, P. Bpr- ton hali backs; 'Christie, Pickering, Hair hacks, Dr; Lynn, Jas. Scott goal, F. 'j, GAMES WITH Just "ai soon as iirrahgemenfs can completed "Home and Home" games frill, be .played .with one :ot the as .also with Ma- grath and Raymond. It is the inten- tion ol the local management to en- deavor to have a match in town ev- fcry" other this has been chosen GE ssceust of it feeing Itte regular weekly hall-holiday. All challenges lor "games should be ad- dressed to F. Burton; secretary. LANGFORD STOPS WATKINS Rochester, N. T., Hay Sam Langford, the negro heavyweight, last knocked out BUI Watkina of Nashville In the fourth' round of- a 10- round match. The New York Giants are carrying only three catchers this year, Meyers McLean and Johnson- Wilson Jumped to the Federals and "Hartley wai trad- ed to Cincinnati, and he -also jumped to the Feds. Meyers it doing tho bulk of the work, at usual, though Larry McLean Is a willing and able assistant. The chiefs long -hits comt In mighty handy and he IB a good hand at steadying the DID WELL Carried Off Honors fin Polo, Cricket in BasebaPGarnes at Home and Avyay-Splendtd Record 'Macleo'd, May record unpre- cedented in the annals of the town was .nuns uu by. the various sporting aggregations of .Macleod on Victoria Day when the eagle of victory perch- ed almost persistently on the banners ot the local gladiators. In polo, foot- half cricket It wns all the" same. In baseball honors were divided with Bow Island. Polo at Cowley At toe big sporting meet at Cowley. the Macleod polo a splen- did victory over. the. heads of the Cowley poloists, the score bolus 4 to 0. whKe O. 31. Proud, cue of tile Mac- leod woii the polo pony dash with his speedy little steed Ret. During tie coarse ol tho eutlre els chuckers the brand. of :hal jut up by both teams was away .above ie average but bard' luck seerned to with the Cowley contingent incs much as they were unable to-locate Jle flags.'For-the. ilBClEbditfis Scbu gatl Oo goals'wnlle Proud and Sunn each cabbaged "one. The oppos ing quartettes lined up ns follows: Cox, Mllvain ant Criniund. Scougall, Guun and Evans. In one at the most exciting games hat has yet In the South Vestera "JJiga liver warriors went down to defeat aefore the pennant chasers of -Mac- eon1 In High.- R.iver the core being 3 -to 0, one-of- the three t a- Vy the' High River' hal tli BOOKMAKERS MADE FINE HAUL DURBAR CAPTURED-THE ENGLISH DERBY -Epsom 27. The. one wk in tlie -Guineas b7 carrving oE hundred annual the.rNcKmariet stakes. When the newal ol the.Derbr" stakes, the Blue Ribbon ol the Turf, and the third ot the fire "Classic" races run a little over a mile and a hair was won heie today by the French bred scratching ol the Tctrarch became known, Keimymore was esiahiished a very strong iavoritc, and'it.looked as though be would start, ,at o'dds OQ, but lately ratter mysterious ruT and American owned colt, Durbar II. raors hare been current about- liim, jy RabElaiSTArmenia, an" outsider in he' as the horses went tQ he'post, when his price had gone r.v.t o'20 to l..: '_" il- Cholmcndelay's brown colt, by Desmond-Altesse, 33 to 1, was second, JL-J. King's chestnut _ _ _ _ ...._ __ _ olt'Pctcr'Ihe by St. Pet- the record being thirty-sii, iu the rsburg-Carlin, 100 to 1, was third, j very first year of the race, 1780, and the bookmakers have showu no hesitation in staking .in, .the', public money at what looked like liberal terms. BIG BUNCH OF-HOKSiiS The field thirty has not been equalled since Hermit won iu 18B7, AHEARN STOPS BRADDOCK London, May Ahsarn of Brooklyn, N. T.. knocked out "Pri- vate" Braddock In the eighth round of a boxlrjg contest before tie al Sportlas Club last night.- and Lord Derby's brown colt Dan tussel, ty Chaucel-Hettic-Sorrel, was ourtb.- It was a great race foe the book- maker. The winner was a maiden, ailing in his single attempt in "ranci; last year, and having run se v- ral times across tic Channel this prlng without success. His -stable, lowever, have supported him in a luiet way for several weeks past, his irst quotation being at 25 to 1, and Se n-as backed down to 100 to 1. This was a week ago'.and since then Bimod von. Besides the favorite, al- so rans included the following His ifajest-ys Brakespear, Cupidon, Magyr., Evansdale, Orebi, Cpuraguous, !Mar- ten, Amtaasador, Quietus, Black Jes- ter, Conqueror, Pol.vgaoiist Lanius, Flying Orb, Polycrates, My Prince, Carancho, Carrickfergus, Best Boy, Single Trigger, St. Guthlac, Cerval and three others. Kennymore got away badly, alter being very fractious at the starting gate, and Pojycrates made the run- _ _D_----------j njng Black Jester, bis price has gone out until his start-1 JL, Dan Russel, i: The colt had an engagement two thousand guineas .last month, but was not brought over for that race. He lias no other engagement in England this racing season, not being in the St. Leger or any q[ the As- cot stake races. lav- orite, proved a bitter disappointment fo the hetting public, who went for him strong when up his Hapsburg, Evansdal Burned jit toj.jand Carricklergus, the favorite .being i._j t _ bsck. who accidentally 'bimled igskin through hla pwn. goal. Macleod WlriB at Cricket For the first time In eight years th colors of the Calory cricfeoters wer lowered by: the .Mac [nod club' jester day when the two tenins met on tli grounds ndJoJaing thPlocnl har rncfcs. Iii Llie Tirst- innlugg' Cnlgarj secured 73 runs while Jlacleod gar nered 117 when it came their turn t the, American, marines, the Bow Is lend basebaliers, met the Maclooc lino here yesterday, afternoon, ant after a- teenjr game Jn which -there was 'as. much wrangling as anything else, the visitors default ed the game In the eighth inning, the score at that time being ten up. Ham pered hy the dust and wind the, Her. Mr. "Whiteman of Calgary, who has been in totrn In the. Interests of edu- cation for the past" -few. days, gave a few Ehady decisions iri his capacity as umpire with the result thai the nbers ,of both out after his scalp. The rev: geolleman', thciugli he had been asked to officiate, ruled with en .Iron hand and although importuned to do scr, ref-iseil point b'r-'ik to vacate the field. The outcome Jlfrll "was that were itisfTed and when .he {In the eighth to change their -batting list, the locals refused to sanction the change upbb the former thriJwlup.'the-sponge. Tlie _teams Jinsd-'up as follows: Lee 3b, Murphy p. Lot- mer.-ss, McLaren Craven 3b; A. Kelly 3b, Bender rt. BOTT 2b, 'Carpenter .b, Scaoulteir'ife, Godfrey If, Tamlesbn cf, FlnS p, Tnoraas rf, Smokey 3o- Tables Turned The Macleod' team 'was' defeated by Bow Island in the evening game. The icore was 12 to 0. [The Herald has beta unable to get ound information on last game. One report gave the score at 9 to 3, nit 12 to 9.1s probaMjicorrect.] LOOK HERE COMPARING BATTING ORDERS Joa- Kelley, -manager ot tho .Toronto baseball, club, ami Dill Donovan, manager-of''the Proyldenca -'lift. umrilrna tlicrfr batting Hnc-iipa for tho open-Ing game of the season In Toronto, which was played before P. crowd of j-ibout A feature adding to tho InlcraHL oE tlio dny wn3 UiC ot the ball from en aeroplane drlvon hy the men who nre pro- JBOUnc to IpUud. Here'Marten was test. At the'-] way Post, Polycrates still led, fol- lowed hy nlack Jester, Hapshurg, Russcl, Durhar II, Ambassador and Brakrapear. liounding Tottenham cor- ner Durbar II. took up the running on the rail from Ulack Jester, Haps- burg, Russel, Peter the Hermit and Mr Prince. Durbar II. held com- mand from' Tottcngam corner and won easily by three lengths. One and a lengths divided the second and thirdj Dau Ilussel and Jly Prince were close up and Best Roy last. Dan Russcl started at 25 to 1. Following arc the starting prices ol unplaced horses Kennymore, 9 to 4 Dlack Jester, 10 to 1 Brake- NOTICE TO CALLIES All Gallic players are requested to turn up at Y. M. C. A. tomorrow (Friday) for traininir. Time fi o'clock. OVERSEAS CLUB There wlil be a gathering of the Overseas players lomorrrAv night at the Y. 5f. C. A. for training. Full turnout of players urged. PRACTICE1 MATCH The Sons and the Noi'lh LelliuMuI-i United will play a practice game to- morrow night al Adams Park at 7 o'clock. Tho Sans line-up: StO'.vc, Willis, Ilolberton, MACtCOD lAKIALL TEAM LtAQUt mruitc HERB NEXT WEDNMDAV The'flrat game of Die Southern will ba pluyed here hut eran- MtclMU li hilled loOPNwe local team, It is evident that the three teama of Uio leaguo art verjr wtl! oal- anoed Judging by that htve been ployed so far. Bow IB- land boot LothhrWgn by icore el 7 to S and gavo Uaaltod more thau an. even bonon lu- the dnuble-hbader played at Micleoi on holiday, j-: Hemuier, the protesbloiial; er who pllciied agnlhat Bow, Island last week and waa Been In tho ex- hibition game here on the 25Ui, has blew the town' for Heleria, fifon- Uii.a. bardijr_up'to the standard and Manager ifackin' lot him go. MacUD has wired away for a hiau wiio probably fill the bill In this league. Ills name is not he announced until il IB certJlIu he can come. Ho Is a twlrler with a reputation that suouli! iirbve" attractive; not 'a world Just Besides tie league fixtures tlie promoters here 'are going to ar- range to have other games -With towns from various points during tho season, and tho season ticket will a good run for their money. NATIONAL 'Ultadelpliia............. 6 12 -1 'iricinimii f.............. S 10 1 Marshall, .Burns nd Dpqln; Ames, Benton and Clark nd Goczales, ..York 3. Chicago ithewson and 3Ieyers; 2 m 1th and Br'eEnalian. t Louis Why risk jrour mooey xia t when the proven r v Rudolph and Salleo, Steol, Wingo iuid O'Connor. -Broolilyn-PittBbufg, rain: AMERICAN lei-eland oston nd Cady. B 1 5 11 1 and..Carlsch; Wood t. Louis................-'.1 3 2 hiladelpiia i '2 1 IVellmsn Sbawkey find :harrgf' CaTTed, rain. etroit................. G "asliinstou 7 8 0 Hall, Mains, Reynolds and Stanage: yres, Bentley, and Chicago-New Tork, rain. FEDERAL Louis -.3 7 1 altimore 4- 8 2 Willett and Simour Suggs and Jack- Is cli. Kansas Clty-Duffalo, wet grounds. -rain. Judianapolis-PitLsburff, rain. Turner, Faunch, Cairlcklcrguis, 100 to 0; Evansdalci Buckman. Draper, snrar ICO to Oarancho, to 7; Bwi.ns, W. Leo, Bcstwlclc, 25 to 1, and Ambassador and Prince, 33 to 1. WELSH OUTPOINTS MANDOT New Orleans, May Welsh, the English' nuglilat, id Joe Mandot of New OrleouFi In a 10-rounil bout Jast night. Welsh had the better 'of five rounds, Mnndot of threo and two 'ivore even. Welsh 10 pounds heavier than his opponent. STANDISrUlfe ev and Morehant. Phiyers strip corner 7th Ave. >fort'n at (J.45 sharp. S. S. FOOTBALL LEAGUE In connection the abova league a game "will he played on Adams Park tomorrow (Friday) night between St. Andrew's and St. Klckoff at.