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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, MAY 29 ,1015 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRCI BEAI 111 CITY LEAGUE BASEBALL GAME AT ATHLETIC PARK LAST NIGHT X PURSE OFFERED WELSH Smarting umler their remit defeat, mid out aiiiT the bacon with ilo or die (IctrruiinatioM, Knox came out on inp in.lhc league niatcli with tliu I'. T. last uijrlit at the Athletic Tiio .SCOIL-, 8 to ii, is.u criU-r- irui oi UH; game as it was playou1. big loagui! stuffr, it oi popper unit life. The IJ. C, T. in (i number (if instances fi'H one, two, three I'cfore Pitcher Sang, who was j.j. uii the mound for Knox. He had good siipnout, anil UK' Knights of tliu tirip hit the hall hard at times, too. Cunning was not so well supported, j lie was hil more frci-ly than Siinp, and what appeared in he easy outs ivere turned into safe hits, and in iiistaiuTs proved disastrous. Knox sot oil' in the first with two, l.ut were lipil in the. first half of the prroml. Kroin then till the seventh Ihe C. T. was held without a nm. Things ItrighU-m-iI up a little for the Travellers in ths ninth when got 11 couple of runs aeross the ]mn on an error coupled with hits by AVist- and Lombard. The nuiK'h on Ihe was a. cmlHablf exhibition of baseball for rity amateur It'Jitfia-rs, and the hovs siiu'v; signs of possibilities winch, Vnni developed, should bring out, l.he fans tn t'ne gjiinp. Last night ,i cor- r pcral's guard only appeared uii deck, i Superior, Wis.. May Walsh, manager of Joe Mandol, here today, announced that tho suite- Fair association of Shrovepcrl. La., has offered a purse for a inatcli between Joe .Mandot and Freddie Welsh, world's light- weiRlif champion, to take place in Khreveport on July -I. U.C.T- Lombard, ib SerRey. Sb.. Ciirlpy. as... c..... Suoti, c.l... londerson, 1.1. Canning, p. "Wise. r-l1... Kiiox jlond. r...... .loluiftun, .If. OlcPhee, Williams, r.f. Kilns- U...... Campbell, :tb XelscH, c.l'. Livingstone, ss. llansch, lli Sydney BROS LIMITED MADE IN CANADA BASEBALL E FOR COFFR Cricket Fidacts DUBLIN OIANT CAN HAVE MATCH WITH CHAMP IF HE STOPS JIM FLYNN New Yoik, May Curlcy (Iocs not believe liiat .Hin Coney can knock Jim Flyiin out in ten rounds, and ho lias a. certified cheque to liack his judgment. Jack says that ISOIIU of this money NATIONAL Box Score A.li. H. 1 10 1 For three years willi the Toronto j Inlernationat League team as an out- fielder, who has been released by Bill 1 Clynier, the manager, in an en- Ijdeavor to produce a winning team. Bill lost one of the first games of the aeason bv stubbing bis .toe as he was about to catch a high one in the ninth inning of a no-run game, letting the winning run for the opposing team. 211 SOO 10x hits, Bond 2, Me- 1'hec, Johnson hit by pitched ball, I'milling bases on balls, oil off 1 struck but, nv bv Cunning H earnei! runs, Knox :i ivilcl iiileii, Sang left on bases, Knox li. I'. C. T. 5 time 1.45 um- pire Shover. ENGLISH RACING IN JUNE London, May Racing Cal- endar announces three days' racing at Newmarket during Ascot week. June The events will include a race in which horses eligible for the Derby will run. THE NEW WAY OF LOOKING THE BiKE OVER gyilOP THE I IUIIEI CiOl! COMPANY, LIMITED Head Office: TORONTO Branches in Leading Citlei linkers of Tires for Automobiles, Motor Trucks, Motorcycles, Bi- cycles and Carriages, Rubber Belt- ing, Packing, 'Hose, Heels, Mats, Tiling and General Rubber Spec- ialties. The baseball match between Fleet- wood and Westminster school g: yesterday afternoon on the former's diamond was featured by lusty swat- ting and many runs. Fleetwood won the game by to 11. The line-up: Westminster Vere, catcher; Maggie Plinn, left field; llary Wardman, centre field; Pauline Steak- ley, pitcher: -Alertle Gillies, 1st ba TTmlma Lewes, short stop; Nessie Robertson, right fie'id; Mona Walton, second base: Eve Sullivan, third base. Henrietta Graham replaced Nessie Robertson. Fleotwood Bennett. Edna Hallworth, rllllt field; Delia Huff, first base; Violet Beaton, cen- tre field; ESlna Allan, catcher; Ruth Inman, short stop; Nellie Robison, sec- ond base; Jessie Johnson, left field; Lillian Perry, pitcher. Score by innings: Fleet wood.. 110 2 13 19 Westminster 1 S 11 Summary Home runs: Annie (11; Violet Bennett Three-base hits: Edna Allan Dcna Huff Wardman Nessie Robertson iStrnck out: By Pauline Steakley 7, by Lillian Perry 0. 'Left on bases: FleeUood, 3; West- minster, S. Evline Kippin replaced Edna Hali- orth. Umpire: Stewart. Pet. P.O. .59-1 .485 .438 .400 Philadelphia Chicago I Boston j HroolUyn.. ;St. Louis.. Piltsburi: Cincinnati York I'ittsbiiri! Brooklyn Mammaux and Gibson Miller ami McCarty. St. Louis York Perdue ami Snyiler Smith. First 'hiladelptlia Boston Alexander and Killifer Tragressor and Whaling. Second Philadelphia 3 Boston 5 6 c Ilixcy and Killifer James, Moran and Whaling. No- oilier games scheduled. Coombs aud 11 3 aud ..2 33 S 9 3 Tvler and JIM COFFEY is Flynn's and that Klynn and he are of the same opinion. If Cofiey can turn the trick on Me- Banish that "all full of ing with delicious STERLING CUM Cricket ins to-morrow? FOR SMALL PAY CELEBRATED LACROSSE PLAYER FAVORS HIS OLD CLUB OVER COAST DESPITE MONEY IN- DUCEMENTS has Lalomie gone back to his old love. Though Con Jones was prepared to pay him a big salary on the Coast for the Vancouver Lacrosse club, be is going to play for t'ne Nationals. u UU..L-} v..... He was one of the highest if not morial Day, Curley says Willard will Ihe highest paid lacrosse phncr oi meet' the Irishman on Labor Day. li modern (lays. Cofiey fails to put Klyun away the Labor Day fight will depend entirely upon the public demand for it. Chicago Detroit New York Boston... Washington St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia AMERICAN L. Pet. 17 11 In 14 14 14 11 17 19 19 23 Boston S 12 Philadelphia 5 .13 Mays, Wood and Thomas Sbawkey and Schang. Other games, rain. FEDERAL Chicago Pittsburg Kansas City Brook'iyn St. Louis Baltimore Buffalo L. Pet. .SIS .685 19 IS 13 15 14 13 COFFEY HAS KNOCKED OUT MORE MEN THAN WIL- LARD HAS EVER MET is season he will play io.': the Nationals for a mere nominal salary, just for old time's sake, and French- Canadian associations. The directors of the Nationals are highly pleased, under war conditions and general conditions which will af- fcct lacrosse in particular this sea- son, they cannot afiord to pay much to any one if they want to come out even but they realized what an at- traction Lalonde would be and they .Tim i weight, who 'probably will get he "has lleav-v" decided to make him an oiler, a mere :ceivcd in the past, and which they feared would notf bc suflieient to bring him, in view of the fact that Con Jones was known to he after him. To their delight, however, he im- mediately wired them an acceptance of terms, from Swarthmore college, where he is coaching a team which Hopkins first crack at Jess newly- won title, came to this countrv from Ireland in 1911. He never has been whipped, and he lias knocked o.ut. men! Compared with Willard. Coffey shows to have a big chance. He is the fastest, most aggressive heavy- weight we have bad in long years. He Is an instinctive fighter and outclasses with that of" Johns the champion as a boxer, and at his, unjversity. speed in footwork. nas decided by the cxecu- Coffey has knocked out more nienltivc o[ xat.j0nals to establish a seale of wartime prices, which will thau'willard ever has fought, and he] has fought a'far higher class of heavy- sevcnty-fiye cents for boxes-, fifty weights than ..Wiilard did before for'regerved seats; thirty-five met Johnson. j cents for unreserved grand stand While Willard has the height, ami twenty-live eents for the strength and the reach and weight p advantages, Coffey ranks up pretty t well with him. He" fights at SOolbs., stands li feet don't forget that he is at least nine years younger than Wltiard. Buffalo Pittsburg Ford, Ehmkc and Barger and Berry. Other games, rain. 17 .453 3 20 .394 1 25 .306 0 2 2 4 S 3 Blair; Allen, INTERNATIONAL Richmond Buffalo.. Newark.. Montreal.. Rochester Providence Jersey City Toronto.. W. 15 U fi 13 10 11 9 3 L. Pet. 11 10 11 14 16 .611 .553 .542 .500 .500 .391 .360 Providence 8, Jersey City 0. Montreal 7, Toronto 1. AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis-St. Paul, rain. Louisville-Milwaukee, rain. No other games scheduled. NORTHWESTERN Victoria 15, Seattle 2. Tacoma 1, Spokane 4. LOOK HERE UIPTON AGAINST YACHT RACES Resolute and Vanitie, However, Will Bc in Many Contents Boston, Jlass., May Thorn- as Upton, whose yacht Shamrock IV.. the challenger for the America's 'Cup, is laid up in. Brooklyn during the .war period, does not regard with favor tho proposed renewal .of the trials this summer between the eup defend- ing candidates Resolute and Vanitie, according to letters received by his friends ill this city. It is .understood, however, by local yachtsmen that the Resolute and Van- itie will be raced as vigorously this slimmer as if a cup contest were pend- ,ug next fall. It is admitted that a large majority of the 20 tuning up con- tests in which the two yachts engaged last summer were unsatisfactory. UNITED F.C. PRACTICE A practice game is being arranged !or on Monday evening at 7 p.m. in Park. AH players are request- ed to be on the grounds promptly. TORONTO GETS OEMMITT Chicago, 111., May Ray Ueinmltt was released to the To roiito International league team today by the Chicago Americans. He'came to the White Sox last year from PI troit, JACKSON ON FIRST BASE ff Joe Jackson broke in as a first baseman for the Indians with considerable eclat. .Joe's duties were the easiest that BRITISH SPORT HARD HIT Cricket Leagues Hive More Than 2000 Members at the Front London, May With no county cricket games being played this sum- mer, all iawn tennis tournaments, golf championships, the principal ath- horse cplion meetings and racing meetings, with the could be imagined for a first, base- 1 Of Newmarket, abandoned during the man. He wasn't called upon to handle; continuation of the war, sport has a ground ball or a wide throw. All: reached the lowest the Indian infielders threw the ba'H throughout the Briti: straight at Joe and fast enough so that he had plenty of time on every play. ebb ish Isles. record At the recent meeting of the Mary- lobone Cricket Club, the governing 'But as a batter the old boy looked j body of county cricket, Lord Hawke like the general of old. Two crashing'announced that no fewer than triples, each in a pinch, made him look 100 per cent, better than he has been looking at the plate. Elmer Smith, who got into the game bv that put Jackson on first. _ _ __ j !_1 members had gone on active service, sixty-nine of whom had been killed in action. Surrey, which gained the cricket championship last season, has just fielded excellently and weighed m issued its balance sheet, showing with a triple over Trie Speaker's head [profit of on the season's work- In the fourth that drove in two runs, l ing. Surrey and Nottinghamshire are sewing up the game. 3638 CANADIAN FORDS IN APRIL Ford, Out, April 36S8 Ford cars were built at the Ford factory here, a mark that not only is far ahead of any other automobile pro- duction in Britain's Empire, but also of any previous record of the Canadian Ford factory. In March 000 machines were turned out, the largest month uu to that time, and the goal cars for April was set. Every possible means of speeding up factory output was employed, and with the plant running at maximum capacity the April goal was not only but passed by 38 ears. The largest single day's output so far was on May 3, when were shipped. Virtue Bros, unloaded their fifth oar of Ford autos yesterday. the only counties so far to announce a balance on the right side. BRITISH SOCCER CLUBS HIT HARD BY THE' WAR first batch of English soccer clubs to issue their balance sheets plainly shows how hard they have been hit through reduced attendances at their league games owing to the war. Seven clubs have made their statements, showing a just over on total loss of the season's ploying. Aston Villa of the first di- vision of the Association .league, and Plymouth Argyle of the Southern lea- gue show the biggest losses of J20.000 each. The famous Blackb.urn Rovers club, with one of the biggest drawing teams in the country, who made a profit of for the previous sea- son. return a loss of V7.Z90 for the season just concluded. Norwich and Ford Touring Gar Price Your neighbor drives a don'l you? We are soiling more Fords in Canada this year than ever'be- Canadians demand the best in motor car service at ihe lowest possible cost. Tho "Made in Canada" Ford is a not a luxury. Runabout Town Car price on application. All Ford cars are fully equipped, including electric head- lights. Xo -jars sold unequipped. Buyers of Ford cars will share in our profits if we sell cars between August 1, 1914 and August 1, TIIE FORD GAEAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. Wolfe's If you want a clinking drink One that will give you a feel- in of delightful freshness and vigor, try a Ginger Ale and Wolfe's Schnapps. It is as pleasing to the palate as the most delicate cocktail, and will do immeasurable good in stimulating the vital organs of the body to healthy activity. Vastly superior to ordinary gin. t ail Hotlll Distributors The Hudson's Bay Company. Buying an Indian MOTOECYCLE Means keeping the money in the country! THERE IS NO WAR TAX PRICE ON THE "INDIAN" Indian Motorcycles BUILT IN CANADA One, Two and Three Speeds Prices From: to Vanadium Steel Construction .The Indian, is recognized as the leader throughout the. other makers copy. D. E. MacDonald Bicycle. Repairer Gunsmith-" 1032 5th Street Crystal Palace, both Southern league TEST CASE WATCHED WITH IN- TEREST IN BIG LEAGUE CITIES Chicago, May The trial of Wm, Rapn, manager of a Commission Loop j saloon, charged with operating a Ipt- I t-ery in the form oi a baseball pool, was begun here today. Upon the decision of the jury dc- 'pends a number of similar suits Bascbail men are interested in the outcome ind sai that the decision. in ij i btaring on suits in other cities. reslimonj oi the .detective who made the arrest was tbat purchased a 1 E subscription to a paper published in Wilkesbarre, 'Pa. and with the receipt thereof ceived an envelope containing promise of prizes of from ?1500 to should the ticket issued hear names oi the six 'majdr league base- ball teams' making 'the -largest scores for .the week following. The, sub- scription cost 30 cents and the de- tective said he had not received thl clubs, lost and ivels'. Derby County and Barnsley, of respect- paper. pipers ncre sent to the second. division.of the league, both him express and the deteetne lost So far none of the big clubs have issued their bal- ance 'sheets, but all have suffered by could tet his by calling for it A sub bcnplion atent for the paper said 5 cents of the the per- the big drop of 50 per cent, in their son mil ing the sale and that gate receipts compared with the pre-jplan had been evolved for increasing vious season. .the circulation of the paper SHOE POLISHES llhree White and Tan Easiest io for att Shoes Th F, F, DAUEY Cf, At all dealers at the one price ;