Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 6 THE LKTIIBRTDGR .DAILY IIKJRALi) ALL THE LOCAL ANO WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS MIGHTY CROWD THRONGS INDIANAPOLIS SPEED WAY TO WITNESS GREAT AUTO RACE World's Foremost Drivers Thou- sand Dollar Stake Indianapolis, Ind. May Secpnd Annual 500-mile race for cars of not exceeding 600 cubic Inches piston 'displacement and not jest than pounds weight. Tetnlaff; Mercedes, Oshnlme Disbrpw; Case Hearne; Mer- cedes. National, Dawson; National, Wilcox; Lexington, Knight; .Simplex, Gliigle; Jenkins; GUI ting, -Burman; Firestone, Colum- bus; Marqucite Bulck, Liesaw; Knox. ;Mutfordt Scliact, fcdlncoU; xMercer, Lozier, Horan; JIcFarland. Ormsby; Lozlfir, Mat- son; 'Stutz, Merse; National, Bruce: Brown. First prize (sec- ond prize Third prize fourth prize fifth prize, I Sixth prize, seventh prize, J eighth prize ninth prize' 51.UOO; tenth prize. eleventh j prize, Great Multitude Speedway, Ind., .May a cloudless sky thousands of motor fans j from all over the country assembled j today at -the I ad I an polls Speedway for the greatest event ot' automobile world the second annual running of the Am-1 erican 500-mile sweep stakes. At i daylight began "the exodus from the j city, to the speedway park by train, i trolley and touring; cars and 'ihe BUD j found the grandstands on the outer j edge and parting spacer ou the in- lier circuit of the brick oval beginning to fill1, with an enormous crowd that' was to see twenty-four of the most famous'.'drivers, arid cars i battle for! honor and fortune of enjoying with Ra] Harroun and the Maimon wabp the classic, title ot nmners of the greatest race of motordoiri. Harroun and his Mirmoii last year did the dts tance in and every pilot to- day ,was determined to cut this mark Jn his effort to come in the 000 offered for the winner of the race Jn spired bv the strident music ot the crowd estimated at Cheered -the most popular drivers' swept out on the track for brake test, the women standing in the boxes and in hundreds of cars, packed in Infield, waved their I In greeting to pilots and raech ALLEN IS CLEVER AND GAMEFIGHTER New York Champion to Train -Bayley Hard at it llassano, May :IO. .lack Kccnoy, welterweight champion C.entral Thursday, 1012.. Boston Right_After the White Sox Boston promises to make It beaten twice yeit.rday by Clev estlng for In the fight at.thejljnd, while Boston took'both Itt g.me top of (he American league'. Chicago) from Washington. York, who has just won a sen- sational contest hi'i'ore the Syrncus National Sportintc I'luh vdth -Johnnie Cllovcr, of liosloii, will accompauv Hilly A Urn lo Hassano early next month, and will train .-Uien while the West for his bout on .lime 39th, with Joe Haylcy. According to I'. K. Iluck, Allen's manager, Allen was never in 1 shape than he is now. For some time Muck was very niuc-h worried over trouble thai Allen was having with his eyes, which Was directly due to slight kidney trouble, but he is coming alonu; line now, and Iluck pays (he people, oi Alberta will see 0113 of the fastest bouts, when he Results of Games American meets Uaylfiy, that has ever taken [Jlacu in Canada. "Allen has mr-t the best boys in the country sincr- 1 have had him." quoted Iluck, "and he is not only the cleverest little gentleman in the world, but the zamcst boy as "weJJ. Mis box-i'hg has met with the most favorable comment from the best sporting authorities in the United .States, and if Bayley, whom I un- derstand is n good toy, beats him, it will be a'hard coniest, and one which .should bring fans from.every part of the country to see. 1 have seen Al- len in his second bout vvith Kline get n knock-out puncli the first blow. How joyfully, at break of day, I seized my gun and took my way, to letting the puncli go almost at leave the dreary town! "Perchance." I said, "I'll shoot a bear, or chase a shake-hands, and Allen would .stick walrus to its lair, or run a rabbit down." 1 clambered over gates arid stiles, for pjui.f rnimiU k-nnr-l-pd ind vvliked about ten thousand mile ind tried to thmk it fun the urn T "Hindi, Mating knocked that vv i "o light at hrst when I had traveled fortj verst, weighed fullj "01UI 'or tllc cmmt. times ind half a ton. Misfortune dogged the path I took; 1 fell into a babbling the greatest exhibition of brook, and swallowed half its flow; entangled in a barb wire fence, f used gaincncss that has ever been seen in some language so intense il melted all the inon At last I saw 1 blooming r t hare ind vvith the lurj of desoair I imitd the gun and fired I mnsed the him. box Abe wretched beast, of course; I merely winged a farmer's horse; what Followed ttol 10 rounds and win the news made me tired. They hauled me up before the judge, who called my ex- paper decision, anil I was planations fudge, and taxed me fifty bucks: the wilderness for me no morel when he heat Knockout Brown twice. 7-4 Philadelphia Philadelphia 'oi-l 7 R Nevy York 300 -I -7 -Coombs and Lapp; Ford.nud-Svveen ey. 4-2 Cleveland Cleveland 100 200 4 10 1 Chicago.....000 000 .2 10 Kahler and Peters lind Kuhn. 5-0 Cleveland Cleveland 010 003 ij i Chicago 000 000 0 5 4 and -Adams; Mogridge, Pe- ten'and Sullivan and Kuhn.. Boston Big Game Hunting Washington 1101 302 S'lO S 431 15 4 D. Walker, Cashiot aiid Aln- smith; .Wood and Nunainaker. 12-1.1 Boiton Boston 302 COO 16 2 Washington 4 Cicotte, Pape, Bedient and Thomas; Groom, Hughes and Henry. 7-5 Detroit Detroit 7 If, 4 St. Louis 5 12 2 i Summers, Works and Stanige and Onslow; H. Brown, C. Brown aBd Kri- chell. 1 Standings Today Chicago Ueti oil Philadelphia Sleveland Washington York St. Louis .71 .61! M .noo .47 :459 .3114 National York lncfnnati >ittsfi'urg: Illlaaclphla r Jrook-Jvn .513 .1122 .noo .300 .453 .361 .300 WESTERN ,CAN, LEAGUE THE STANDING algary'............. n ed 10 dmonton........... s Bassano 7 MARKETS Tliors is, no change I In the'condition ot ilia-local market tjjday. Bermuda onloiis have arrived.'and are liolnjr three pounds' for 36 cents. Klvor slra-vvborrleK show a decline of 5 eents nor pint bos .yesterday, while a fow California chorrlos are being sold at 36 cents por pound. THURSDAY'S'GRAIN MARKETS May grain mar- ict opeii'od.and closad today as fol- ovvs. Wheat- May, oiii........ Mny. now...... illy............ October lay illy St. No. 1- Feed, -May Open I04U llll'.i 104 54 W514 US Xly fay illy .471 .38P RED DEjER OUTPLAYED THE BRONCHOS YESTERDAY BUT .GAMES WAS A TIE i had National .AH National League games poned. rain. post- I patronize thu corner store for rabbits, coons and ducks' or Geone yatthe w A aniclans who were soon to risk their York in of Highlanders' Punk Showing York Mai "8 ton, fighting hard with a team tha has proien biggest di aopoin Jives for the glorj of r-iciig auto incut In the in ijor leagues this sea mobiit With an explcjne roar of I son is a heio on the long white onormous engines especlalb hullt rnr 1 n i. i. .1 cms uutmate test of speed and endur ance the CITS came toge her at the timing Tire at 9 uO Fhe motlej rants of special creation? of Herman and Vmen .hullt in grotesque Italian French can engineers shapes to better Slash the Air HI, of cheerraS from excited multitude Saner Wagner let the cars m i ?kd0ck raglns straining 10 lea-ili the cars made one pnr lap led bj Oil Andeuon in Btut! BAWSON .WINS -U the moment of going to press a bulletin was flashed In declaring Dan son the winner losing ,ball .club, and especially thi manager; team from which si much was expected and go little re idolized, but Wolvertoi surely. Is-that, On Broadwij nnd the mam streets nin; where thi, sporting fraternity gathers and where nearly everybody thinks he knows more baseball than Harry Chadwick dreamed of are simpuhu ing with .Wolverton. Funny, Isn't It? Ihls is rather i strange condition in i citj where the} claim life is a hard battle with little sentiment ed hut the sjmpath} is here for and strong in its prea ence. Woherton'cRine here following Hal Chase.Mvho had in his turn -followed and both of them were fail- ures as Wolverton 'was the" man. picked as the chosen leader nnd the man who would certainly lead the ranks to a pennant. One; and Then a Heap One defeat folio-wed another for Wolverton, but it was not-the fault of woiverton, tor the. Yanks 'certainly have been demoralized byv'accldents and sickness. The strength Of a team is in its substitutes ind in this case there sporting Cluh of Toronto refuse I know his abihU better thin an) other man in tlic world, and when lie' is right, nobody w-ho has dnuliinj, on Ifiih' Bayley, on the other hand, is train- ing at the Hoad House; in Victoria. He has takenson several of the local boxers in thatilcity to train him. and irom ,1 letter 'received recentlv. Bav will bt in better slnpe when he meets Allen' tlian'-at anv other con- test in nlnch he has, engi ed If will bring a tuiner nnh hm to U herti and be heie earh Allen will bring the Flanagan belt with him anil the winner of this con lest will same even i! the Northwestern Vancouver 4, Tacoma 0. Victoria -1. Portland Spokane 9. Seattle Association Aiinncapolis 7, St. Paul 3. Toledo 6, Louisville Milwaukee 4, Kansas City 7. Indianapolis-Columbus, rain. Calgary! .Hay. lueky sec-bnd inning today, when ev- erything tiroke their way with the re- that ;Ux tallies were counted. Otherwise (fted Deer deserved to win instead of draw with tjie Bronchos. The score Red Deer 301 010 C Calgary ]___ 060 000 u Dickerson', and Bliss; Myers am Bunstin'e. I- 19814' Caih Prices 1 Northern o. 2 Morthcrn......... '.i Northern o. 4 No. 5 No. (i................'. Oats- No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. Ex. No. l Feed......- No. 1 No. 2 Feed...... 4i American markets were'closed to- day, being Jfernqrlal Day. 104 !i 101 SC 7314 59 44 14 44S 43% B0LLETINS InternaHonal Baltimore 5, Providence Other games postponed on account of rain. Central International Grand Forks' 3, Duluth 1. Superior S, Winnipeg AT THE BUTTS S. 0. E. PRACTICE TONIGHT All' members of the S.O.E.F.C. are requested to tyl-u out at the. barracks tonight at 7 foi piactice ST. CYPRIAN'S! FOOTBALL CLUB will repre- -in the 'match with YESTERDAY'S SHOOTING were-npt enough efficient substitutes to take the place of the regulars, who were knocked out. That was not Wolyerton's fault, for lie had just ai rived and had not even ijeen able t PACK RHODES TO BOX MICHIGAN SCRAPPER River, May Rhodes, of. Milk Kiver, and Jack Brltton, of Michigan have signed articles to meet at Sweet Graas on Juno 1 In a aU round go. NO YELLOW PERIL IN BASEBALL There is no such n thing as the peril In baseball. .The Chin- Be team now touring the country us been walloped In almost game It lias played THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE Metal Windows Accepted foj the Intcriititioiuil Board of TJiulcrw ritcrs CALL AND SEE SAMPLE WINOQW.IN OUR DISPLAY ROl'3 M. r SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE VALUE OF EACH PIEK1E OF METAL TAKEN ADVANTAGE -OF IN THIS WINDOW. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. Phone 1044 Street, ers' federation, which engineered the )Ig strilte of last year, and aimed at combining all tr.ida unions of the Un- ted Kingdom. Many more men, non- nionists, wenl to work this, morn- ng, whichjis likely to lead to.sonn rouble, as nothing is more ant to .rouse, the anger 'of the strikers than he appearance on the scene, of black-leg'' workers.. .A few trade un- onists also -resumed work at the ocks and at Covent'Garden arkel. _ .World-Wide Vote Berlin, May general coun- cil of the International Transport orkers' Federation, whoso head- quarters are In preparing to net on the appeal''of the British dockers to proclaim n world-wide boy- cott of British shipping. Hermann Joehade, president of the council, an- nounced that a cable vote of tha of the transport workers' organiza- tions of nineteen affllialtd with (ho international 'organization, Including the United Stat'es and Can- ada, will be taken on the question of the advisability of calling Interna- tional boycott, as icon as a full re- port Is -received, here from'London. Preshlent Jorhade declined to, din- cuss the probable result of the vote, saving there had been altogether too much chattering beforehand In British abor circles. The general council of the Interim- Nonal'Transport' Workers' Fedtra- Ion at present consists of five Ger- nans, as a result of an arranganieht or n system of rbtaiory executive an- horlty and establishment, of the heailqtfarlers of liie Federation In urn among the various nutfoni affil- iated to It.