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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page DAILY HEKATjD Wednesday. May WESTMINSTER-S.O.E. GAME AT 6.45 SUNSTAR ENGLISH Games in the Good ready. Everything kept clean and sauitarv. NATIONAL (Morning Games4 I New Vork Oil 1.10 1! 010 000 S Drucke and Myers; Scanlon HOT COLD BATHS TONIGHT AT THK PARK Caledonians by Defeating the S, 0. E. Last Night J Have Lead in City Football League Which Practically Assures Them of the Championship With, the Scotchmen, playing the of their lives, and rbe English-! Thc Game 'ke Sons started off with the men finding it impossible to get their-Jn llieir kac-ks. kicking down grade.I combination working., it wasn't a a while. lhe Callies1 j 3ry over on (he Sons of England ;ed upon'to save. in the league fixture last This finished manner. Westminsters pJays the Sv 0 E. on the Ball Park ;u b'.45. The. Westminsters considerably strengthened their line-up anil expect to put up n good light. which le did The Sons FOR GAME a aain v, 000 000 Ci.icago 000 000 V Adams and Gibson; Richie v Archer. Boston 000 000 000 I'hiladeipnia 000 000 000 Uro-vn and Rariden: Moore xfx'Uooiu (10 innings, l A.'St. Louis 100 200 11 -j Cincinnati Q20 000 Bailee and Bresnahan: Smith and .McLean. (Afternoon (Boston 000 004 4 fi 4 j Philadelphia BARBER SHOP I.O.C.F. Al- exandra Hotel i 000 OSO 10 tonight, b. O. E. vs ati ini r match was the first chance the Sons.: had a chance, but overshot, and Athietic Park, kick-off at 6.45." s 'oooV Alexander and and Caliies have had to test each after Bannerraan forced z E. team: Coles, soai- Carres v _ lorK...... 000 200 7 1 skill tins season and the old lost a good chance to head backs: Alcock. Chiswiek superiority oi the Scotchmen was through, and for the rest of thejir'irth. half bo-cks: parent from ri-e crack of the gun. Out-. rirst period the Englishmen were nev-JHeathfieid. Willetts and Clarke, out-played and dangerous, although Mclntyre had! wards. Referee Teunant. o--telaHsjrd. die Englishmen ccme out once and save one off! 10 stave off defeat, for they knew.'Heathfield. Xear the end of the period; a win for the redoubtable Cailiesi-1Joore- had been playing a star'OVERS yracrjcally cinched them the league ail evening, took the ball uy: championship for this year. The side, and Glen scored on a i '000 000 3 l Ames and Wilson: Ruck- EASTERN Toronto QOl Ol'O 10 000 000 5 Kudolpta and Phelps: Siroud and Beckendorf. .Montreal 200 001 002 S Rochester 20o 000 000 12 5 and Burke and Curtis: Holmes AS TEAM SELECTED FOR TOMORROW and I St. Louis Cincinnati Steele, and Envin. T 130 000 jcmcago Cainnitz city league schedule lasts only Pass- That ended the scoring! The folio-ing have been selected to; ijJs cf T.-eeks more, and by the the first half, at in favor of'rePresent the Overseas Club in r.-iPiec jast ujsrijt Callies. 'league fixture tomorrow with the West' The Second Half jminster club at -the ball park at j I Goal, Home: backs. Chisholm, more ain-ives. Kane. Davies and P 1 000 000 9 l and Gibson: Reulbacb. Archer and Kling. 001 000 7 2 ......000 010 13 2 Hearn and Bresnahan: -McCounell and -Mitchell (1.1 innings.) and Clarke. Baltimore 000 Oil 013 tf 12 Providence 000 200 121 .0 2 Adliins. Dygert and Byers: Maroney Lavender. Bedieuc and McLeod and Faterson (12 innings.) -Newark 200 000 6 4 'Jersey City 200 000 4 7 l Smith and Cady; Jones and man. bo easy winners on the round. i2e tons not show up to their i rona. and for some reason ro ,.t goins ai their Proper pace 5UO people were on Wd to Wit ness rhe contest and ;bev were almost divided in point of numbers n tlw opener. Moore j towards. Muir. Mathias. BembridV.Uew Vnrk- c-atiminl -i-_ I 1 UI K AMERICAN (Morning Games) iher sensational run tip the j arennan and jloarn. on a long I mare, and expectation dashed to the grouna the most'noticeably in the Sons' line-iro was in save. Came out Hfa foot slipped and Clem- and Befoul 'about 25 yards out. a disappointment, though ce made Scheduled to Commence This Afternoon Bet- ting Favors Am- 200 001 10 0 .5oO 000 14 4 Ford and Biair; -Coombs, Plank and Lapp and Thomas. .........29.0. 000 5 4 j tit. Louis-----... 000 000 2 1 I i'ounge and Payne; .Mitchell Clarke. Washington 000-200 020 9 ij visitors changed affairs by landing a 100 .102 12 11 victory in the tenth round by the count of 4 to 3. Both teams played errorless ball and it was anybody's game until the finish. The Eskimos off ac- WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES Winnipeg. May Winnipeg and Edmonton teams had another ex- tra session struggle today when the (jroom and Street; Cicotte and Car- (10 I Cleveland 101 j'Derroit :......boV.OfTo 10.1 j .Mitchell and Land." Summers {ijtanas'e (10 innings.) S 0launched six of their eight hits and Syfeir in three innings, which Sunstar Won Against a Record Field King and Queen were Present Epsom. Eng.. May Derby stakes for colts and fillies foaled in 190S over about one mile and a half, was won here today by J. B. Joel's Suiiftar, by Sundridge-Doris, 13 to S. Lord Derby's Steadfast by Chaucer Besure, 100 to S. won second, and ('apt. F. Forrester's Royal Tender by Persimmon, Tender and True 25 to 1 was third, and Phyrus, fourth. Thc field numbered 26., a record since the thirty of Hermit's field in 1867. Also rans included, the Canadian colt Kel d'Or, and the following Duke of Lancaster, King William, Bridge of Allen, Kormint, Ban-j nockburn, Sid 'Minton, Longboat, Bachelor's Hope, Colt, Adam Bede, Allan Melton, Celina, Eaton Boy, Pietri, Briony, Atmah and Royal Eagle. The form of the two thousand guineas came out in remarkable fash- ion, and confirms the impression that Sunstar is a great horse. In the giiinas Sunstar was first. Steadfast, second, and -Lycaon, third. Lycaon did not run today, and the rccently named Royal Tender was third, be- ing the best backed of the outsider, having won two or three races for. Captain Forrester this spring, and JUNE 5th (Afternoon Games) I .f hUadeiphia 100 001 York, May two-thirds York......000 000 counted for all their runs. PI eh start- j showed fine staying powers. The win- of an acre of velvety turf, spread out.j Krause and' Thomas: Brockett and on the dry plains of Long Island, was concentrated today the thought and j Chicago attention of two continents in the I St. Louis sood The Sons were now down and out, of and were content to play on the de- 1.U I !fc our on the ball is bad policy, rensive for the rest of the get him into hoi ivater'ccrtest ending up- Callies en with a team possessing the S., C. tactics of the Callies. And in! The llne-uo: S. O. E. it was easily seen that the Sens v.-ere not in form. They to rush the ball at critical times .-and tti'3 lost several good chances of snoring s. counter into the nets. Oa the other hand, the Callies play- smartest, snappiest same they ,-havc eiAIbited yet this season. The rears is -well balanced, and plays the McMurtrie rus-ing .5ame that is bound to win ic i Brennan We end. and each man seems to be j Easton aole to depend on bis mates to the ball when given to ..him, j Fan-Is Al cock iHeathfield Clarke i Thompson Coles H. Gurr R. Chiswiek Firth C. Chiswick A. Gurr first. national polo matches between England and America. The inter- national cup, which had its birth in Scott and 000 000 100 020 Sullivan: Peltv Ciarke. Cleveland 010 020 10 5 S 2 and ed on the mound for the Deaconites but after three runs were scored off him by his wildness Baxter relieved him and held the game safe. Edmonton-... 020 010 000 Winnipeg 030 000 000 MANNING GOES WRONG IN SIXTH this city a quarter of a century ago, is again the prize for the contests and Land: Works, between the leading exponents of the Stanage. two countries in these old Persian u''astiington----- 101 000 Detroit......... 200 002 S 0 Donovan 2i Six Errors Made by the Calgary Team ner had a clear two lengths to spare at the finish and was ridden by Geo. Stern, the French jockey, who had had the mount on his previous en- gagements this spring. He was train- 0 cd by Morton. The presence of King George and Queen Mary tendered to make the Coronation Derby a record one. On 0 Willets O Clemenrson Whyte Glen Bannerman CalTies Variation of a still more ancient game This cup is to polo what America's Cup is to yachting and Davis Cup re- presents in tennis, and its two jour- across the Atlantic represents Boston 000 001 13 4 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION (Morning Games) Minneapolis 400 020 13 5 HERE are the suits to wear- from now until cold weather comes again. the expenditure of thousands of Am- Paul.., encan dollars and English guineas, mer> Leeverj ror polo, Iiive yachting, is a rich man's I Chech and O'Toole. sport. America lost the cup as soon j Columbus 000 210 Oil 10 031 000.010 fl- Brandon, _ed to Disaster May the famous downs were tens of thous- ands of people. King George and Queen Mary tended to make the leaders went down to defeat tonight members of' the royal family, arriv- in their first contest with Brandon, the score being 6 to 3. The first inn- as it was tossed into the polo arena' Louisville ing opened with the visitors scoring two runs on a walk, a sacrifice and a three bagger and a single. After this _. Thelan tightened up and pitched bet- ter ball and the visitors were unable to score again until the ninth, when as two were down, .Morgan scored a -two-bagger and came home on Mar- tin's single to right field. Planning i- V I.J 4 J. L. tlU.iJ, 1 oy the Westchester Polo Club back in Undaman and Orendortf: Sittcn and i neld Brandon runless until the sixth 1S86. It remained in England until jArcogast. i he passed the first two men up the team, composed of ;Toledo......... 010 000 11 l and allowed two sinsrles and made an Harry Payne Whitney and a veteran (Indianapolis 100 10 3 'error which netted home team team recaptured it in two fasti Link, Dowd and Hitter: Robinson, i three tallies. 5n the eighth innin- er matches. This same team defended 1 James and Adams. rors by -Mannine Chick today against the collection of Eng- j Kansas City m 121 40x-il 15 3 [and a single allowed three more 100 110 000- I 8 liners to cross tbe plate ed on an early train from London. With them were a number of royal visitors from other countries, and many lords and ladies of the court household. The arrival of the royal party was a signal for a great ova- tion which swept over the paddcck and course. Ush cavalry officers whose fame as polo players is known wherever polo is mentioned. The morning sun was obscured by clouds to the delight of i tne farmer and the disappointment of the officials of the polo association, j (Afternoon Games) 001 100 .9 2 iis----- 201 000 8 1 and Adams; Webb and Elegant Worsteds from Irish blue imported Flannels in plain and stripe effects. who face a big deficit even with ideal Kansas Cit1' weather. A chilly north-east wind rMilwaukee' London, May fight for the heavyweight championship of the world, it has .been arranged between J. Johnson and Bombardier Wells, claimant of the English title. The bout, a twenty round affair, will be staged 'oy Hugh 'Mclntosh in his new club here. It is expected to take Place in the fall. Mclntosh refused to make public the terms of the fight, but said John- >A, Rnoades and James and last night and had no trouble had expressed a willingness by cable CaISary 000 003 6 5 200 000 8 SASKATOON SHUT OUT 000 000 10 2, 000 000 11 '-Mocse Jaw, May Robins superior game to the Berry- swept the field. Back in the stable, _ ____f each with his groom by his side, were Dougherty and in winning the game, which tne cream of the pony polo stock of jColumbus 000 400 9 from the start. the world. For several hours before :Louisville 8 1 i Saskatoon 000 000 000__0 tne contest every little nag was cur-j Packard and Bemis: Higginbothani i 201 001 ried and groomed until his coat shone jand Hughes. Case and Camay: McQuarrv like silk. While grooms and other ;at- Paul m 010 10 ij Bliss; umpire Terrv. attendants were nervously discussing [Minneapolis----- 000 000 7 was within the last ten II the chances of the afternoon game, O'Toole and Spencer; Patterson, O- ths players themselves had very little to say. The American players were rairly confident and the Englishmen hopeful, although for days -betting has Feaster and Smith. FRANCIS VS ELLISON NORTHWESTERN in Fit-Reform's most exclusive styles, which appeal to all good dressers. (Morning Games) been ranging from 4 to 1 and 5 to i 5 on the American team. Polo officials j Vancouver announced that weather permitting i Willis and" Hasty; "Erickson the game would start at 4.30. Seattle...................... 3 SETS NEW DISCUS 'RECORD s New York. May. world's re- and jcord of 141 feet 4 inches for throw- jmg the discus was established today jDy Martin J. Sheridan, of the Irish- j American A. C., at Celtic Park. Thej previous record was set .by him two T1 years ago at 139 feet 10 1-2 4 lj- andi' >'rank Francis, of Raymond, and J. F. Ellison, will meet on the mat at 'jfa- grath, Friday evening. First two falls to win. FINN WON TOM LONGBOAT QUIT Victoria York, -In a 20-znile McKELVIE McGUIRE, Sole Agents for Lethbridce. Bradley. (Afternoon Garnet) Spokane 210 1 J_ J_ Kraft and Hasty; Engle and Shea. Tacoma 3 o indjan, the only other starters, with- Portland 5 14 o irew at the jeventh and twelfth miles j Hlggins and JHarns. of Gusta T. Jungstrom of in 1.57.35. Jim Cnjwley Of the Irish-Am- erican A. C., was third, and Trent, of Colum-Dus. Ohio, fourth. Henri St. .-es and Tom Longboat, the Canadian LALONDE OUT AGAIN N Vancouver, May La jiosde is out of the and wil [jbe in the next lacrosse fixture. New j Westminster .play Vancouver at the latter city on Saturday of this week The first report-of his condition was greatly exaggerated. There was no lacrosse here yesterday. and SHOE POLISH "Good for Leather- the Weather" shines a daub, a rub and there's your shine! Black or tan, afcftll grocers and shoe stores, 21 C ENGLISH CRICKET London, May. cricket games were finished today and result- ed as follows: Surrey beat Gloucestershire by an innings and 51 runs. Worcestershire 'beat Sussex by nine wickets." Kent beat Northamptonshire by an innings and- 56 rons. MAJESTIC ;