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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letkbridgc Daily Herald, Monday May SWEET CAPORA1 CIGARETTES More sold than a.11 other combined MORE Lethbridge had a Fine Toboggan Slide at Calgary On Saturday Lost Both Games Quite Handily HE FIGHTS TODAY Packey McFarland Battles With Freddie Welsh, the English Lightweight Champion, In Old London BASEBALL SCORES 18 13 9 13 8 4 2 0 11 5 AMERICAN At Ijetroit St. Louis................. EASTERN Montreal Toronto.................. At Jersey Jersey City Baltimore..... ASSOCIATION At St. st. Paul Minneapolis At Columbus Louisville At Toledo Indianapolis At Kansas Kansas City......... -Milwaukee -i S 4 Scbardt and Marshall; James, Swan and Brandon. Umpires Vausickle and Ferguson. NATIONAL AL Chicago 2 .Piusburg................... 1 At Cincinnati 7 .St. Louis................ 10 AMERICAN At Chicago 'A Cleveland................. -i EASTERN At Providence 5 (j Calgary, May Cow Boys gave the Lethbridge Miners two bad trimmings today. The vlsliors were outbatted and outlielded in. ev- ery department in both games. FIRST GAME Lethbridge 3' 5 Calgary 8 2 Grayson, Hart and Lynch; Manning and Stanley. SECOND GAME AB R H Paduock, ss 5 0 0 Carney, rf 5 U 2 Clynes, If 5 0 2 Smith, 3b 4 2 2 Rellackey, lb ___ 3 1 2 Flanagan, cf...... 4 1 1 Connors, 2b 41 2 Stanley, c......... 4 1 Geehan, p........ 41 3 A E 2 0 0 0 0 U 3 1 0 2 0 0 38 7 15 27 S 1 VlacKiii, 2b Head, ab ;ox, if Jhick, ss Lynch, c Dudley, cf ___ O'Hayer, lb Lezie, rf Samuels, p By innings- Calgary AB 3 4 4 4 4 3 0 A 4 4 30 1 4 24 14 Lethbridge Home run, Smith. rllice hit, Kcllacfcey. Stolen base Carney, Clynes, Flanagan. First has on balls, off Geehan 2, off Samuels Left on bases, Calgary 8, LeUibridge Struck out, by Geehan by Sam- uels 1. Double play, Connors to kel- lackey. 'Time 1.40. Umpire Brown. Attendance 650. (5 1 S 4 D' 12 Winnipeg Won a Very Qose Game -Winnipeg, May Maroons took th'e final game of the home series with Regina in another close argu- ment. The final count was 2 to l. Grimes, the Regina twirler, only al- lowed one hit, but though he received poor .-support .at times by Brookline, he lost his own game in the eighth inning when a little strategy he en- deavored to work went wrong. With Krueger perched on third in this round and the scdre'a tie, Grimes de- cided that it was best policy to pass the hard hitting first sacker, and 4n his endeavor to keep the ball away from Beatty he put one over the catcher's Uiead, which counted llie HOME 4 4 winning tally. Speiser twirled good ball and was given good support. The score: Winnipeg 1 1 Regina .41 Speiser and Edmonds; Grimes and McNutt. Umpire Smith. NORTHWESTERN At Seattle................... 2 Vancouver 0 Zuckert and Custer; Erickson and Sugden. At Tacoma................... 1 4 U Spokane................... o Second rracoma.................... li Spokane................... 5 G 1 4 3 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Per cent Medicine Hat 12 Winnipeg 11 Calgary V2, Regina S Edmonton .8 Moose Jaw ___ Brandon 6 7 Lethbridge 5 6 (5 1 10 S 11 14 .667 .647 .533 .444 .429 .389 .263. Lethbridge And Regina Flay To-Night Ball Park Chesty Cox and ins grey colts ar- rived in the city this afternoon from Calgary preparatory to their game this evening at the ball park. A lew new faces were among the bunch, all pitchers. Hart, from Montana; Barn- stead, procured from the Edmonton club: Samuels, also from Edmonton, and Grayson. from the .Macleod semi- pros. The Regina aggregation came in on this morning's train. Accompanyin them was their famous cub bear, the mascot ot" the team, in which the Regina boys put all their faith for the good luck that attends the team The line-up of the teams will be: lackin, 2b The following players will repre- sent the A. 0. F. team tonight in a )ractice game of football on the scjuure: Wellmgton, Home, jameron, Alcock, Cauldwell, Fraser, JMswick, Taylor, Wlllets, Clark; re- icrves, Smith and Hooker. All play- ers are requested to' toe- at the Bul- inoral dressing rooms at G.15. Anoth- er team, will be in readiness to prac- tice with the A. 6. F. Local Sport Notes Tomorrow (Tuesday) nght marks the date of the next league football match between the Callles and the Britannias. The 'Callies' team will be picked from the following: J Boss, Moore, Anderson, Crawford, Smith, Mcllvena, Myer, Glenn, Page, Moore, Weymss and Oliver. The Britannias will be selected from: McDowell, Chisholm, Mullen, Scott, Cameron, McMillan, McLachlan. Wright, Shaw, Filmer and Hethering- ton. Friday and Saturday nights of last week marked two "of the best prac- tices rhe lacrosse boys have as yet Indulged In. On Saturday night. there were over twenty players present. Some of the -old timers experienced afresh the -delight it was 10 hear the ping of the ball on the net and feel the old enthusiasm of many a lacrosse battle. The boys are becoming more hopeful every day. Some have got right down to' hard training and Leth- bridge may look forward to same bridge may look forward to some forget the. ..practice tonight. All is the only kind a realsportsman and It's "the only, kind1 we care to deal in. We are sports our- ss3h-es and know how it feels to have just so We sell .'all kinds of FIRST CLASS L SPORTING GOODS io or outdoor pastimes. Also games of It would pay you to lopk'over our. su- perb stock.- You'll surely see" some- thing you'd like to have. If you do, we can make the-price fit your ..V, The DetSbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND IT Granum Again Got the Short End Of ft Macleod, May again; -mec defeat at the hands of the holm baseball team at Granum to-ll night by a score of The score indicates the kind of game played, and at times Granum played very loosely. Immediately after i.he before; the crowd had cleared away, Herb. Barker, Granum's first sacker, walked over.and struck umpire Robinson, or Macleod, knocking him down, and a number of players h't and kicked him. The cause of the action was on ac- count of Robinson's giving a close de- cision in favor of Claresholm. Steps are being taken to have Barker re- moved from the The next league game is at Claresholm, 'between Claresholm and Macleod on June 1. are wanted, none should shirk; cup it must be won. the The Y. M. C. A. football club will meet at the C. parlors at 15.45 Edmonton Easy Victms A pugilistic battle ot international of the Chicago stockyards. Welsh FIRST MOVE MADE Gospel Preacher Now On the War. Path Against the Big Fight In San Francisco Head, 3b Jox. If 3hick, ss ynch, c Dudley, cf San Francisco, May first definite step in the campaign being waged by representatives of the chur- ches against prize fighting In general in California, and against the Jeffries- Johnson contest in particular, was made to-day when a delegation of pro- minent ministers and their legal ad- visers appeared before the police com- mittee of the board of supervisors to protest against granting a permit the Broadway Athletic Club to conduct a boxing contest on July 4. John L. Herget, tormerly a middle weight fighter, known in the ring as "Young and now a city and county supervisor, sat as chairman of the committee. A recommendation was made by the committee to thej supervisors that the permit be grant- ed to (he Broadway Club, under whose auspices Jeffries and Johnson will Tiaht on the National holiday. Kev. permit for a prize fight. This ts to be merely a boxing said Herget. "Is Jeffries a prize fighter or a asked Mr. Bader. "A boxer." "Then he not a fighter at "Not in my the chairman replied. "And he has never th.9 min ister quoripti. "Has Herget ventured. "Well, in my opinion the affair i intended to be a prize fight, and the permit should not be conclud ed Mr. Rader. importance is billed to come off to- day in London between Packey Mc- Farland, of Chicago, and the champion English light weight, Freddy Welsh. The two men are rated as being a- mong the best in they- class, and the winner will be matched to meet Ad Wolgast, the world's champion light weight. has had considerable dif- ficulty in getting on a bout with Welsh, but now that the two are fin- ally to exchange blows, a great am- ount of interest Is being exhibited in the battle. The hopes of Americans will go with Packey, of course, but it is re- alized that'in Welsh he is meeting a great fistic artist. Welsh has fought most of his ring battles in this conn try and his ability is well known. He has met Packey on two previous oc casions. losing in a ten round bout a practice, in preparation for their game against the A. on Thursday, will' be held. There will, also be a meeting of the club" at S.30 to transact some important business. The follow- vears past. He attracted attention jy the general string of knockouts le rolled up in his early fights, and it tvas predicted that he would one day become champion in his class. Pac- key has not reached that coveted goal as yet. but has hopes of doing so af- ter he polishes off Welsh and Wol- he can. He was long after but the Dane. Then he went across the At- lantic seeking a bout with Welsh. He finally forced the latter into a match after a lot of dickering, during which the English sports became disgusted with Welsh's dodging tactics. It Is declared that, many Englishmen are hoping for a victory for the Amert- Tuesday after'which a Mmonton, May got, away to a good start in today's game, vith the Hatters, scoring three runs n the first, but after that Claflm ightened up and the best the Eskimos could do was to get one "more run. n the meantime11. Medicine Hat took a liking to Bell's shoots and had scored enough runs to win the 'game. TUe.'.scbre: v: Edmonton 8 Medicine Hie..'. 9 3 Bell and Spencer; Claflin and Dav- idson. Umpire Longnecker. lails from Wales, is 24 years old, and las been fighting five years. Packey McFarland is 22 .years ot dge, and was born in Chicago. He, ms been fighting for half a dozen ersou' Mullen, Shaw, Bruce'; ing are requested turn out: Collier, Collier, a battle with Battling Nelson, could not come to terms with Schoneld, McKay, Engles, Schmidt, Schmidt, Mclntyre. Any others .wishing to join the club may do so by seeing Captain- Collier at Easton's harness shop'? or the secre tary, H. P. May, at the high school. Regina Donovan J! Letcher, c Brookins, 3b Elsey, lb Hoffman., '2b Collins, rf Milwaukee, and later going 25 rounds I can, so unpopular has Welsh became to a draw at Los Angeles with the idol ion the other side. Napoleon Lajoie, the Cleveland.star Is hitting in old-time form. He leads the American League SiUggers wltl an average of .425. Tom Jones is playing first base fo: the Detroits in bang-up style. Here is a player -whose wort is always more serviceable than showy. Wheat, the Brooklyn outfielder as been batting like a fiend. He as more hits to his credit thus fa nan any other National League play r. O'Hayer, lb Walters, ss Hart, Lezie, McDonough, or Samuels, Pieh, McNutt, c Grayson, Sage, Grimes or Barns.tead, p or rf. Hooker, p. VANCOUVER DEFEATED NEW WESTMINSTER Vancouver, May a strenuous game of lacrosse. Vancouver beat New Westminster D to 4. During the first half the Royal City team about 'held their own, the score at half time be ing Q to -5 in favor of Vancouver, but after the intermission the pace seem ed too fast for the Royals, who never again were able to score, while Terminal City men added two more at quarter and the other three before tue iinal whistle. DANNY MAKER Has Jockeyed Three English Derby Winners .He Will Ride Neil Gow Next Wednesday jockey, who recently thousandth race on ning turf, has ridden on Rock Sand, In 1005 on in 1906 on Spearmint. II. he carried o ardo. In 1G01 Thousand Guineas on not won that race in. the TT.VO occurred this vear on Neil Gow. Hartford. captured the hurdle race in rJOS "won his being the horse. the English record is: Year 27 wins n the winner 23.50; wins, .per ibbon of the 115 wins, percent ccasions, in 24. S3: 1CJ05, 101 wins, percentage 5 on Cicero, I'JUG. 10H wins, percentage 21) it. On 114 wins, percentage 26.7U ic Oaks in wins, percentage 100! vo St. Leger wins, percentage 27.42. This re Sand to a win includes his one thousandth vie winning with this year on Bahati, I'.UO, 21) wins ier won the 26.85. in Alda. but will attempt to bring Ne since his prime a winner in the great Eng XlKtr.GTs Derby, w'.-.lch will bo. rv.r. t Brandon-Moose Jaw game called., off, unsettled weather. The attendance, at the opening game of the Eastern season in Rochester was largest- number of people who ever" saw an op- ening game in that city.- Rochester's win of the pennant, last year has made the people of the Flour City base- ball mad. Pitcher Denton Young, of Cleveland, dislikes being called "Old Cy." He is only 43, and feels 20 years younger. Sparkling With Newness Ho' Wednesday. William Uadcr, Rev. A. C. Rais. and Attorney J. N- White took the lead- ing parts in voicing the protest of the church people. Chnirmnn Herget informed the del- etion that the Jeffries-Johnson af- fair was merely to be a scientific box- ins exhibition, and woulrt be counten- anced as such by ihc bw. When the ministers referred to .lie scheduled "It certainly is not to be a pic nic." "I must disagree with you again, said Her.get. "Thjs con- >e conducted strictly under the Mnrquis of Queensbury rules, laid down by n. gentleman and peer of Eng- land. These rules govern all box- ing oontests here. A prize fight is a rvm; us a prize and to Jeffries ;md Johnson as prize fighters, Herget objected. "Jeffries has never been in a fight THE RESULT OF THAT MILLER ACT ON NEWS fight with bare fists. it. brings In wrestling and other things, and it is sometimes as rough as football." The committee then decided to re-! commend the granting of the permit. There is talk of Frank Chance quit- ting firsr-for the Chicago Cubs and, giving his time entirely to managerial) duties. Although the peerless lead- er is noL eager to desert his favorite position, it Is believed that the lime No More Betting Infor1 mation Over the Wire Winnipeg. May 28. Some of the ider the Miller bill. I nection with the Woodbine meeting! published in Winnipeg papers is ob-' I the Epsom Derby :s run. It is a great [annual sporting event, followed fill over the world with the kcenesr, in- terest, and nowhere more so than in Western Canada. Its prospects are I canvassed for months before the race I is run. and by thousands of peo- ple who never have a dollar on a race. In Englnml there arc regular Betting in the Derby honk opening in the winter, and prices r.ucui.itins right, up io the fall of the flag. Prom We are constantly showing new styles. Almost daily, we are receiving the latest creations in Suits from the famous Fit- Reform designers. These Suits are "the last word" in 1910 are the richest and hand- somest garments of the season. Stop in and them. see of the Miller anti-bettmg law managers is close hand. He is are brought home In Western Can- not through as a player, hy any means, i days. In his life." he said. Herget Invited the "whole church federation to be present ru the light." "I think you will find our objection become so great that he may decide Ion to this prize business is really more serious than you admit, Mr. Her- get." declared the Rev. Bader. Last. Tuesday when from nn American source, eith-iDorby been secured by] er because they actually fear the pre-S Winnipeg and Western Canada pap'ers sent untested scope of the Miller bill from the Canadian Associated Press, or possibly because they seek to dc-j which supplies a direct cable service monstrale the absurdity of some of i from London. To-day, however, in its provisions. The Toronto news-i reply to ;t request for the Derby bet- papers have followed the example set by the Ontario Jockey Cluh in taking every precaution against laying them- American continent, was selves open to prosecution under its to turn over the sack to his efficient 1 two or three regular Toronto corrcs- suhstitme, Fred Luderus. Chance j pond or, t of western newspapers wir- f bulletin the services of Lndenis "Jxeverend. I must object TO yourinnri predicts thai he will become saylnff that we are sonig to srant ajbost first baseman in the country. the result because it was illegal un-j emphatically. terms. Hut uxlay tlie scope of the bill was ting. the C. A. P. wired as follows: "Sorry; but wo. cannot, transmit' bet- ting information nny more; contrary to Miller McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Thighey Jennings says Ty Cobb Iioine io the West even more ihe drawing c.irri in the t orican Lcasno. Tho Tiger's mr.nnsior On Weonesdav i D. 0. ROBLIN, TORONTO, SOLE CANADIAN AGENT. Qf h.p jp as folUws: Detroit, mannepment fa liberal and treats its employees accordingly.! Cobb's case ia on instance, TJiat j player was handed a three con-] tract last frill, calling tor a yearly ary of which. I guess, is about; the largest received a hnll piny-! er. Cobb is worth it. 1 figure out- thnt in every gnme Cobb plays fully] 500 persons go to the contest just to, see him." -1 BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block ;