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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE TPTlinniDGE PA1LY HERALD PACE THRCB Defeated Callies Three Goals to One in Opening Game of City Football League-Performance Contrary to L9cal Soccer Tradition-Sons jubilant Over'Victory 1 minim ;c minutes minutes The Soorc Summary First Half 3.0.E.. Draper Sscond Half lies, W. Tinning 1" S.O.'H., HilSBBtt, S.O.E., Farrant The Teams -Catlies-Luslr. ('.ninerou and Eastou; McMillan. W. Bell' Knight, Kamsay. il. McGinnis and Stewart. S 0 Wallace and Nesbitt: Cheney, Hennelt and Thompson; HuESetl. Farrant, Draper, Ward and Beslwiclt. is the order they couiinen- "Game commenced at 7 o'clock. Forty-five minute halves played. Referee: S. Phillips, ville. BASEBALL NATIONAL W. L. Vet. u :8i ilodldyn' ir' 11 Cincinnati New Yolk u 18 St. Louis I1 New York J, (Inner Hohinson, Perdue and Snv- dcr Malliewsou, Stroud aud fcimlli 5 U other like miss occurred a moment litr-r iiiider same'circumstances. vienthc nrsthaH closed the team: were L-oini; at an even gate uilhou ny sign ol speed records being broU Get Up Speed They commenced to _ play football in every minute of the garni. iSf jot a'hunch of Scotsmen who broke Philadelphia s VaiiRhan, Lavender, Adams and Ar clicr; Mayer and Killifcr. Pitlshurg J liruoklyn J, Cooper and Gibson IJell and Mill- er. 6 11 0 Get up opccu C'mdmnti 1 They commenced to play tlie second bnli, and when the Uii- I Dooiu Hughes and Thai- 's evened up the score ten mirniH---, ,h "I- ___ "'b' "Hardie- iaivay from centre carrying it "own l" with the ball. 'L' sk isbiiiB in front ot tho Sons goal V L-lnitllllPM It, AMERICAN pet. TERRIBLE TYRUS SEEMS DUE FOR HIS BEST YEAR YET ,400 Two Saturday Specials "wreaking down the walls of tratli lion anil trampling precedent undei Detroit out ot tho sons goal j and bewildering Parsons, slammed it Washington into the net. The tide seemed to e soiiiK with the Callies just now and continued to press -home, but nothing happened. Ihen the tid. changed in favor ot the Sons; en- naut came charging down the heId and was bent on scoring when he was met bv Lush and turned back, l.us.i leaving his .post to meet he attack. Tlie Sons took a corner kick which Chicago, May 37.-Ty Cobb has dis- placed Fournier as leader of the bal- cMJtcrs of the American league. Aver- !o311 ages prepared here show that the Dc- St Cleveland Philadelphia W. I 17 in .oditagcij 13 H .-ISlitroit slugger's percentage of .400 15 17 .469 the best in the league, while his Chl- ASl Icago rival has dropped to .392. M l in addition to leading the batters, Cbbb has jumped in front of Maisel of New York as a base stealcr, hav- and has anybody lion and trampng prece ,c ons too "c- S 0. K football team camo very close to where it was di- cit nt u am he ,nado start-in'the city tai. went up and Willie Chicago footb-il league at the Athletic Park took a throw in on the toe I rhop and last nUbl bv defeating their ancient i which made. Parsons siep Sell. Ik. last, mguir b were made No olhci Johnson ami Henry Boland, ham and Ktanage. New York nade cnemv tiipilt, IIV ueieaiiiife LIU-" DI ma uuuu nivthe Callies. Hire- goals to one l Mvcly in Things were made he opening came of the league CMOptiOTiaiiv interesting around he It is the first time in four goal for a lew minutes. lie rears or thereabout that the sons oi wcre pressing hard, and then In the Sons a (urn at it. Best- wick look a shot at close range, Lush saving nicely. Bestwick repeated a moment later and came nearly doing the. trick, the hall glancing oft Lush g0jI1B behind. It shouM have It corner for the Sons, but the 'it apparently. A lit- made a dribble and IMCilUUlHJ have' succumbed to the BO.UE of the rose in a senior Hague match, and consequently much rejoicing in b. O. wicics 10 ilav It was a meritorious victorv. "fee were no'mikes to contribute to the downfall of the Callies. It must a corner i ho admitted, however, that the Oal- missed i lies are not the Callies of old, and Lush Shey were opposed by a team lully a io avorthv oi their steel. The Sons presented a firm line-up The Sons presene a throughout, but Bestwick, HuggeU, NeS, Bennett aud Parsons goal made themselves very prominent. Easton, Cameron and NvlUe Ung, ommittcd a foul which gave tho ons an advantageous situation, but they failed to improve it. Bestwick's Chicago 'ittsburg Kansas City Jrookiyn ;t. Louis ialtimol-e Buffalo II HI tiff Knight" were the mainstays of the that should have attend- ed probably expected the usual to and decided to stay home The re.-.clt of last night's lame will bring out a bumper crowd next time the Callies and Sons meet, no doubt. Players Delinquent Both teams commenced the contest B-ith a discrepancy of P avers The lull onoba of men was not in evideiuu Jl twenty minutes after the start. Tho Sons scored the first Koai in unusuallv oniok time. Draper, the Sons centre forward, pounced npon the ball just after the kick oft and put it into the net in one minute s time. The Caliies were playing btew- art as a. substitute goalie at tho time? pending the arrival of Tom who took over the station about fifteen minutes alter the. s.iut The first half was tame. 'Iheienas a number of near goals in which Lush lor the Callies and Parsons lor the Sons made themselves conspicuous he ,tween the posts. A number of bril- liant parries were made at both ends of the field and the work of the goal- ies was tlic.redeej.ning feature of the first half of the game. The right wing of the Callies forward line miss- ed am easy chance to score when Parsons left the net to meet the at- all kinds oi room to shoot Stewart sent the ball wide, ot mark Linning-centred. playing was prominent all through the match. At this period he headed to the goal and came close, to scor- ing, and a moment later kicked be- tween the posts as the whistle sound- ed an oil-side. Then after the Sons got two corners in succession Best- wick passed to Draper, who sped the ball goahvard, where Lush made a beautiful save, the ball going to the Sous right wing, which gave Huggct ,he opportunity to put his team in he lead, whioli he did hy a well exe- uted shot. The next goal was scor- d near the close ol the game. Dra- per and Stewart were striving for nastery when Fan-ant came up from lehind and snared the ball, and with i clear field ahead stormed the Cal- .ies goal and rejisttred number three or the Sons. Two minuUs later the same was concluded.. the An- 003 2 1130 000 S Sweeney Denr. ii.cs scheduled. 12 2 and FEDERAL L. Old- i scored 3S runs-more than else In the league. Following Cobu and Fournier are Dalv, Chicago, Jackson. Cleve- land, .353 Crawford, Detroit, 348 Lew s, Boston, Laioie Phi a- delnbia 320 Lapp. Philadelphia, 32? Kavanau'gli, Detroit, .311 Tur- ner Cleveland, .315. In club batting OhiriW) has climbed to the unaccus- tomed0 position of second place, with MEN'S OXFORDS, regular and grades. Saturday Special We Need the MONEY. YOU m-ed the SHOES. Mcu, we can get to- to our mutual advantage. You tonic around Saturday. Women's and Children's Hose in Lisle and Cotton, clearing at very fascinating pi-ices. Cotton Hose, Blk. and Tan, in AH Sizes. Saturday, Seven pairs Lisle Hose Black, Tan and White. Per pr 20c W, J. NELSON SHERLOCK BLOCK. Pet. ome while Detroit I'.ads with 'Ranked according to games won and lost, the leading American league s-71- pitchers are Fisher, New York, sis r, and none Benz, Chicago, three and 1 Fahcr, Chicago, eight and one; Dauss, Detroit, six and one Morton, THE QUESTION OF EATING! ANTHONY WILDING WAS NOTED FOR FAIRNESS .391 .314 Buffalo Pittsburg Anderson and Blair son and Berry. Other games postponed. 11 3 .ogge, Dick- INTEBNATIONAL Cleveland, five and two. Luderus Best In National Fred Luiierus, Philadelphia, tops the batters in the National eague with 396. Knisley, Chicago, helped by five hits in a game in Brooklyn, has attained second place with .J8a. Then come Connolly, Boston, .380 T Clark Cincinnati, lioou, Chicago, .361; Ciroh Cincinnati. Sew; York .333; Von iiai--jjoneiv, W. L. Pot. JKolnitz, Cincinnati, Richmond u -625 New 'York, .333 i 1 1 7 RI 1 Buffal Newark Montreal Rochester Providence...................... Jersey City Toronto 11 7 .611 .563 .543 .500 .500 .409 .333 BOMBARDIER WELLS ENLISTS iLoiidon, May Wells, the English heavyweight pug- ilist, has enlisted as a private In a Welsh regiment, according to the Daily Telegraph. ______ BASEBALL TONIGHT