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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE 'LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK1 BASEBALL Motor Cycle Rider Kilted at Calgary Meet Saturday Calgary, Alta., May Marred by a very distressing and, unfortunately. fatal accident, at a time when ike were going- In splendid fash- ion, 'the Cilgary Motorcycle club had to curtail its programme OB Saturday. yire 6t int eijht races had ieea run off the accident, In which Scrtty lost hli llfn ma his companion in thb ildacar waa severely Injured, oecurrei, and Immediately tbo meet iwai FiUI.Ao.ldent Cut Meat The ipuctaton ware beginning to eufcy when the (atallty oc- cnmd; The raee was one for bicycles eliocan, and the five entrants abreaat at the turn at the west of tke grandstand was being nego- tiated. waa neit the outer fence, appeared to be going alira'Ight lor the fence to get out of the way of the others. He awung his ma- chine, and the wheel of the sidecar erasbce: Into the wire netting ana boards, twisting the handlebars back to face Seottr then over the heat of Machine, strlk- WELSH AND WHITE :TO MBIT JULY 5 New York, May twentr round-fight In Denver, July 5, between Freddie Welsh, world's champion, and of Chicago, was tentatively arranged hero tonlrhl, when the managers of the two fighters. It was an- nounced, tft compromise the in terms which hav- tiiterefered with the clinching the match. Word was only awaltsd. It was said. a. to whether the compromise would prove acceptable to the Denver'promoters ot the natch. ing head violently against the woodwork. His partner in the side- car waa ciit by the wire. Vancouver Won First Game of Coast Lacrosse League Vtnconver, B.C., May the esuitas; lacrosse aMtoh o( the season m the heeae the Vaaceu- Ters defeated New Weitmtarter Saturday by a score of 11 goal, to 7. Four upeettton were m at- tendance. Donahee Rgbert. ajade their In. comt Jhowlnf geod Ttey "even Play was Blow at the start. Bttt livened up In the taaf hilt: The Vancouyer home tut the Kerala' iefence, jwhMi Is new eoaapesei of a line of There tke usaal parade of nlar- ers tie feaaltr the Mending a total of 60 minutes with while the chamjlons were MWrtly one hour. No serieas fouls hewerer, and Referee PaMck eiperienced trouble. FLYNN BEAT AUSTRALIAN New Torlt, N.Y., Maj' 30 Dai (Forty) Flynn ol Boston, euUeuglit Colin Bell ot Austra- lia in a ten-round bout here last night. Xach man weighed t 197 pounds. Griffith, Mc- Cualf, Pickering, Murray, McLaren Paynter, Peacock, fionahee, Crookall Reherte, Brynjelfson. Howard, T Rennle, Rennle, H. Gif fird. S. Spring, Turnbull, Wlnderautt G. Olfford, G. Spring, Smith. Gotch to Wrestle Best U. S. Growlers in His Hoirne Town e bout to be staged the lMttA Bbl'm' pion'a .WILL .WRESTLE GRATIS Ootch not, staging his come-back iatention of any taanotal gain hiit is it to aid the Hum- boldt County Fair association to pay eatta on a race track and buildings which cost SgS.MO. men of HwnboMt requested me to IB a wreeUiat matoh on July 4, tie pro- to .fair waociatio. said Octcli Ito. the -writer today. a citi- nu ol HunboUt and having the good of the community at heart I have agreed to the best American wrestler, who Is to be sclented by W. B. president ol the Fair association, My offer does not hold good for foreigners, nor tor Carl Stecher, who" is my protege and wfcom I am going to use u a tram- ing partner to fit me tor the match THE LfXtlOAL CANDIDATES "President West will BrobaMy mak( his selection from. Henry prdeman Charley Cutlet, Jess Weatorisurd Dr. Roller, Beell or Qis Schoen lein. Th'eie men are invited to" com municatt with Mr- West. "I am going to train just as con scientiouslf lor this niatclt as I eve: tit lor a world's 'champion'ship uftair I do not intend .to suffer the humma tiou of being -defeated. Joe Wood and Tris Speaker Now Hitting Their Stride Wew York, NT.. May get something cut out (or UieniMlTes Bill Carigsi's Red appear to tav. Wl tttte strUe, if the In.l- cations are correct, the American lea- gue is going to nlftjr race (rosn new on. "'smoker 1VM hag got his neet afstt, and Tito Speaker In onee walloinng the ball as at fore. twi. Boeton outfit loik like unaamt eonteniers Star passing, got awa; to (he poorest stare this year tkat he has experienced Until receitly this h Is a star despite his bad showing thl been hatting almost a near nothing as he could. His name i: the batting- wai to he feuai down the >IWhers. Evei now. alter .waHwlBg the hall for soffit thine Uka a .810 mark for a couple o weeks of his average is a hun dred Klnts Mow par. Tie big Teiw will hare to go a top of the season t hotel up to where he longs.---------' NATIONAL W. L. I'ct. .611 22 H 19 -hicago hiladelphia oston.................... it. Louis trooklj'n Jincinnati New York............... .SATURDAY GAMES lirooklyn 1 New York .576 RAYMOND MECCA OF THE SOUTH KING'S BIRTHDAY INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES providence G Montreal ..........................................15 16 10 .157 11 18 .438 13 18 .110 Plelter and McCarthy IcLean. Cincinnati l-Iumpliries and Bresnabaii Benton nd Dooin. First it. Louis 'iUshiirg (Called in sixth, Grlner and Snyder Adams Jiuson. Second St. Louis 5 H 17 .514 19 .480 Providence 17 .485 Richmond Rochester Richmond Rochester Newark Buffalo.................................... Buffalo Jersey Ciiy Toronto Jersey City Toronto SUNDAY GAMES Jersey City Newark Providence Richmond W I GRAND INTER-STAKE CELEBRA- TION PLANNED ORATORS AND ATHLETES TO COMPETE Tesreau and and urg Meauows and Snyder. McQuillan, Kantlencr, Conscllrnan and Gibson. 1 J Domaree, liaumgard'ner. Killifer and Rudolph, CruUluer and Tra- Raymond, -Next Lomond. AJta., May in on the movti t.hcso dayu, and busiiiuss ems to be much improved. A. Parker shipped hogs and cattle again this week. The farmers are finding a ready market for stock pro- duce. The now is licing rushcl ahead, giving work to many local workmen. Then: are strong possibil- ities that liy Tall we shall scu about four elevators in Lomond. The territory served by our. town will bring big business; to the elevators. Jus. Marshall returned from Calgary last week with a new auto. Autos are getting to be quite u common thing in Lomond. dams jesser. t. -ouis hicago SUNDAY GAMES g Sallee and Sr.yder Pierce, Vaugh- an and Archer. Pittsburg i Cincinnati Harman and and Clarke. Schang; L. Pet Chicago Detroit 34 17 AMERICAN w. __ 13 15 New York 17 15 Boston 1' Washington 16 17 Cleveland....................... 15 19 St. Louis U 31 .400 Philadelphia 13 24 .J51 SATURDAY GAMES First game- Boston 1 Philadelphia......................... 2 Ruth and Carrigan Wyckofi McAvoy. Second game- Boston G Philadelphia 5 8 Shore and Cady Dressier art First Detroit................................... 180 St.' Louis 1 S 1 Dauss, Ferryman and Baker Weil- man and Severoid. 3 8 .1 St. Louis 3 9 3 Covaleskie and McKee Loudermilk and Agnew. Cleveland at Chicago, both games postponed, rain. SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland 2 Chicago 1 Coomb and O'Neill'; Scott Schalk. Detroit..............................- 3 J St. 3 10 1 Dubuc and Baker; Seilman and Agnew. Second 2 s St. Louis 240 AM. ASSOCIATION SATURDAY GAMES Milwaukee Kansas City 8 St. Paul 4 Minneapolis 2 Louisville-Columbus, rain. SUNDAY GAMES Minneapolis 0 St. Paul 8 Minneapolis..................................... 2 0 5 1 St. Paul "Schneider Milwaukee........................................ 5 Kansas City Milwaukee 0 Kansas City 0 Cleveland.......................................... 2 .649 Indianapolis...................................... 5 '531 Cleveland S [500 Indianapolis .469 .141 miymuiiu, H.ILU., Thurtfday, tho Kind's birthday, will be a gala day in Raymond, it being tho occasion of the big inter-stake M.I.A. contents and athletic moot. The ma- gicians, orators and athletes in open competition, siinl'iar to the old Grecian contests. Cardston, h catl- ing tho representatives of the Alberta, tire coming down on a special train, determined to carry off the honors of the day. It is reported that they have Borne strong men competing. The Taylor stake is also making The fii'st of the month will ace a elaborate preparations for the event. I train and mail service to Lomond Her athletes ure working out, and j which will be news-to o.ur showing some splendid class. Plans townsmen and business men. are also being perfected for the enter- j commitieo has been elected by tho tafnment of hundreds of visitors, who residents to arrange for public