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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK JUHtiY HERALD Saturday, August ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOgT EViNTS TABER AND WARNER TIEFORTHECUP Southern Diviiion Leaders Before Great Crowd at Warner Yesterday in Fast Contest PL AY'.DECIDING GAME HERE WEDNESDAY DARING AMERICAN GIRL TO ATTEMPT LONG SWIM Warner and Taber Crowds Coming to on SpecialTsrains for Game, Also Cardston Band in Attendance Tfarner, 'Aug.. defeated .Tahet here this' afternoon in toe sec- ond gams to determine sion of the'.'Brewery cup, tho posses- emblematic lot the Southern. Alberta baseball championship. The) winners of the northern division nfcver had.a look-in fifth the ch'ampionsvof the south sec- The game was lull oi life and' 1 the mammpthiiuowd in Conceded it the finest sfard swimming race 2. 1-n lie relay swimming Robinson and Oliver vs. Wood and Thompson. .3. 16 years and under 4. Walking greased pole. 5. Duck chase. 6. Long dive. 7- 25-yard porpoise 'race. 8. Canoe race, single, Edey McDonald. 9. Canoe tandem, Wade and swimming race, GOOD HORSES TO RACE HERE FAIR WEEK All. Alrd und were in Macleod Interview- Rid-' path vs. Barrbwman and Conibear, 10. Gunuale race, tandem, (open) 11. Tail end race. 12. Canoe race, There will also he an exhibition -of canoe flipping should Bruce Ridpath be present Miss Bass was appointed chairman by the association to the lady mem- bers. The association has members' badg es on sale at. Ji.OO, which entitles ;he holder to membership privileges Association badges at 25'cents. These badges can be had from the secretarj- .reasurer or any of the members. "V ice-Commodore Barrowman is giv- ng an oil painting -to the member winning the most points on Wednes- day evening All events are open' to members only Cubs Win'Pitchers Battle Brooklyn, Aug. won a third straight game from Brooklyn to- day, Ragon holding Lavender down to a 3 to 2 score iu a pitchers' bpLtle.: A muffed fly by Nor.then prevented the game from going, extra Jnninss Shulte made his run :n succes- sive days. Daubert -returned to the game after two weeks absence and played a fine game. An unassisted double play by Zimmerman who caught Fisher's fly and then ran over to first and doubled up Cutshaw was a fielding feature. Plratei1 Recruit There Boston, Aug'. Pittsburgh Brown University, southpaw recruit, out Boston today while tho Pir- ates scored three runs. Plttoburg's tallies all came iu the seventh when Dickson was batted from the box Gibson had a perfect record at the bat, getting four singles. Much has been said about the Ov erseas but one usually finds the there be such a ly evenly distributed ou the footbal field; and, 'with tho exception of the last twenty minutes of their encoun- ters with the 'Sons of England on Tuesday, I am not prepared to admit that the 'Seas have had any -more luck than their opponents. If they were lucky at all.'it was in being able to keep their team together right through the schedule: Patterson's ac- cident in .the second anatch with the Sons let Chisholm in for one game, and Bannerman played in place of Bembridga last Tuesday; otherwise the team was intact from first match to last. But it requires more than, luck to keep a .team together, as more than one. football manager will ad- mit. It seeing strange, however, to see the Callies and S. O. E. occupying in- ferior places in Lethbridge football, though, after all, it is but following the universal law about th'e old order changing. At the beginning of the season both teams looked good, and as'a matter of fact were good, but the 'Seas'proved themselves to he just a trifle better. The latter- kept right on improving with every match, while the two older they cer- tainly never came up to their old- time standard, .in either case. The Overseas are not, strictly speaking, a classy bunch of players, but collective- ly they play a brand of football which invariably wins matches, and which 'will of'tea. beat a team stars. Overs OH s Callies Sons The shows pretty conclusively, I think, tho superiority of the Over- seas team; .tho most about. their per form a nee, us already indicated, being that they went through the entire schedule with only thirt-eeu players, .Chisholm nnd Uiuv nerman displacing Patterson and Bembridge iu one anatch. The players who appeared in every match were; Sumner, Home, Multen Halkfireon, Joyce, Sinnn, Brennan and Thorn p sou. J. J. McDermott ii Winner of U. S. Professional Golf Championship 'Buffalo, N. Y. Aug.. J, Mo1' Uormott, professional of the country club of Atlantic City, for the second consecutive timo today'won the tourJ niiment lor tho open golf ship of the United States. Triple tied- last year for tho championship at Chicago, JlcDormott won the title on the play off and the year previous he was a runner up for the opon title: McDormott was two strokes behind Low at the completion of tho second round of medal pluy yesterday and fol- lowing the third round this morning was three strokes behind fti. J. Brady of Wollnston.. During the afternoon JlcDormott went to first place anil won the title by a score of 71, Brady turning In a card of 79 which dropped him into fourth place. The Caledonians utilized the ser- vices at sixteen players for their six those going tho full course Banneraian, Glenn, White and Linning; Hasten, Brennan, Tennant; McMurtie and Knight appeared in five games; Oli- ver in four; Hcllvena in two, and Ilementson, Smith -lieJllllen and Ness in one. American .White Sox Beat the Highlanders Chicago, Aug. was hit hard today in the opening with New York and Chicago won.5 to 3. Chase's base running and hitting featured the game.' Detroit Shut Out Aug. bested Willet on the mound today and Wash- ington shutout Detroit 4 to 0. There were no features to the game outside the work of the pitchers. St. Louii Lost'Again St. Aug. hit Hamil- ton and Powell hard while Wood pitch- ed his usual strong game and St. Louis lost the third game of the series 9 to q. Much of the credit accruing to the -'Seas must go to Sumuer, their goal- keeper, who has played a consistent- ly good game during the season. He has saved his team on many occasions and his selection on the Lethbridge People's Shield team was conclusive proof that he ie the best goal-tender in the city. Mclntyre, of the Callies has run him pretty close, hut the lat- ter is so well protected 'by his backs that he does not get tho same oppor- tunity to shine as the Overseas luan In the Cup games, which start next week, I expect a great 'struggle be- tween the three .senior teams, and shall not be a bit surprised to see the .Overseas "lift" everything in sigh this season.. The'. Sons of Eiugland called on no :ewer than men in their endeavor to gain a prominent place n .the standing. Of these, FlrtJi, Leo, Willett's and Parker were the only go through every engage- uent; Farris, Holberton and Bsst- vick appeared in five; Ashman in our; Freeman, Coles and Gurr in llree; Fairbrother in two, nnd Jordan, Bennett, Huggett, Clarke, Chiswick, Dalzell, Faunch, Trier, Ball, Woller, .Holberton and Palmer in one each, 'rom this it will 'be seen that the Sons have ample material from which o select, and explains, in a measure, both their lowly place in the premier division and their ascendency in the junior ranks: for, while the quantity is there, tile quality does not pan out to what is'required among the sen iors. The Englishmen should, if pro- per methods are ladopted, be able to put. out a much improved lean! next GOSSIP OF FOOTBALL LEAGUE IN THE PAS3 Lille has Pfobably Dropped Out- Players go to other cluba Hillorest, Aug. Hill- crest has probably played her last game iu the Alberta aPss Football League, the interest taken in football is as great as ever. It is practically assured that Lille will be unable to play the remainder of_their games in the league, and although no announcement has yet been made, the fact that the Lille men are being transferred to other clubs in the Pass makes It very evident that the Lille Football. club is a There, is liable thing at. tile past, to be considerable talking done before the. league com- mittee decide whether the games nn- played by Lille shall be awarded to the opposing team by default or the games already played by this team shall be ignored in arriving at the standing of the remaining teams ia the league. PAY FOOTBALL PLAYERS FOR THE TIME THEY LOSE ing the home men at the with view to inducing them bring their horsei to the Lethbridso fair. A number of the beat at the Maelwd meet will to mult. THERE'S SOME HASTE necessary if you want our Elite Special cigars. They ara so well lilted that they are going with a ruah. Better buy now If you de- to get a clg- n H v.rrlT' and pocket tell how long they'lMast. Anything you're likely to oil for in Rained at Philadelphia Philadelphia, Aug. game here today with Cleveland was held up by rain. the tobacco line and utensils for ing eipecimiy, Elite Cigar Store PHONE 1118 International All International league games were prevented by rain yesterday, Canadian There was but one game in the Canadian league yesterday, Guelph beat St. Thomas r to 0. vented other games, Association Minneapolis 4, Toledo 0. St- Paul 7, Indianapolis O. Kansas City 9, Louisville 2. Milwaukee 7, Columbus 1. To do so, however, they will have t put a lUtle more "ginger" Into the! play than, they did on Tuesday nigh ngaihst the S. O. E. In the secon half of .that game the rare- ly in the picture, and certainly the Sons deserved to win.' The latter however, ft seemed to me, were jus asJifcless in the first half. They nei er seemed to get together, and i looks as if .the Sons their bee when playing against odds. True, they were carrying a passenger or two on their team, and probably a furthei change in -their forward line, even in the last ten minutes of the game might have brought victory. Bestwick arid Parker were their brightest stars but they were poorly supported, and many of iihelr beat efforts 'were nul lified by.slackness on the part of .their team-mates. Northwestern Spokane 12, Vancouver i. Seattle 9, Tacoma 5. Portland 6, 0. For genuine escltment, let me re commend a junior Sons of England and CalHo match. There was one at ihe Ball Park on Thursday night TO decide tbe championship o-f the inte-r- medJa-to .league. The Sons won, us they deserved to-do, because, on the whole, they were the better team. The ground and the weather were ag- ainst fast play, but the junior Socs "stayed" better than the Callies, who, strictly speaklug, cannot bo tru'hftii- iy styled and towards finish many of the latter were deold- edly "all In." There arc a. few clev- er youngsters working for the Eng- lishmen just now, notably Jordan, Ball n.nd Roach, all of whom may ba scon in tho senior nuks for the cuo series. It was a