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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta DETROIT LOST TWO SHUT OUT THE LETHBRIDGE Cranbrook. Ang Lethbildge team, which is here for a series of three games with Craubrook-, was shut out tonight. Four Leth- nridge players missed the train which made their team easy picking tor the local'-nine. Tale was hit hard by Cranbrook. but be materially helped the showing of the visitors -by getting j two of the four hits allowed by the Cranbrook slabsman. Oeo. Moore, at third bnse, was the choice of the spec- tators .in summing np the ability of the -winners; He accepted all his chances without the semblance of a miss, and in a clean and accomplish- ed manner.. Pulley, too. was strong behind the bat. With Seidenbacher, Meyers, Nichols and Green In the next game, Lethbridge has great hopes of turning the tables. Big Sum of Money Up for Foot Race Fred -Hronllctte, sprinter, and ills manager, arrived In .from Pincher Creek his lo take the defi nubllshod In the Herald Thursdav over, he Initials of K.' S, which Intimated that besides BiiiTHnlnes. there is another runner In Lethbrldge Whom local .ports 'would be anxious 10 put against Rroullette. To show .the good intentions of Uroullette. his manager. G. I Cook. depo Red the sum of tlOO with the Sporting Editor of the Herald Will b e t match cither or Sellers win be arran.cd he .noney covered by (he local talent. Broullette's manager has some- n us Hke five hundred plunks I. his jean, that he U prepared to p.t up. -H is doubtful of Hnlnes Brouilette. If he does his .amateur card will be forfeited. MAKING BRITT Alberta Put Out of the Running Indian Head Sask A.ug tourniment closes here tod wiU] Saskatchewan plijiilfe Albert! and Manitoba pitted a0airst he W 0 A Mberta cannot win the tournament: The host they fin do being lo niu to 1 day and tie with Saskatchewan. Sns awn todav places he ahead. Should the Manitoba the latter province will be at the bottom of the league FORMED CHAMPION TELLS WOLGAST'S REMARKABLE I DEFENCE' 1 Los Angeles, Wol- j gast is the best lightweight battler j of the hour. The champion works be- hind a natural defence, and when! standing with his forearms crossed he 4 BR'ANDON WILL STICK Brandon, Aug. ba-sebal! directors at a meeting: al noon decided to.sta> with l.he league and play, ont, the season. fore his face, and his body bent over j after a crouching fashion, he repre-1 sents a veritable Queensherry fort- ress, one capable of withstanding at- tack from any of Ihe present day-paraders in the 133-pound divis- ion.'' Janice Edward Britt, the former top- notch lightweight, today, paid Ibis compliment lo the holder of the world lightweight title Continuing Britt said: .is the smallest man, In point of stature, that ever held the ,o point inil, title ind lotild the boys of yesterday pointi- come from tbe shadows of the past C A beu'iuere are at least three of thsni that I would pick as sure winners over the champion of today. Joe Cans, whose science was so great pear positively well otherwise loung a Fitzgerald are the men I re- jfer to These boxers belonged BROUILF.TTE'S MONEY HAS BEEN COVERED At two o'clock this afternoon a .lumber of local sportsmen step- ,ed Into the Herald office and cov- ered the laid down by Brouil- ette and they say they are pre- pared to cover any larger amount. lust 'who will be put up against Bronilette is not given put 'but tne match is being arranged for Monday. PHILADELPHIA NOW IN THE IIAD Philadelphia, Aug. 10 ap" phia won both games dou- uncanny; Billy Roth- ,rom SL Lbuia and took the ini1 lead in the American league race. The FINISH OF RACES AT MACLEOD FAIR Macleod, Alta.. Aug. last day's program of the annual fair was pulled off this afternoon In n drizzling oown in nis uign speec. aioug me but considering the condition ot primrose pathway and savs that he i the track good time was made In tha OVOntS vill soon begin to train ill earnest so is to be ready to face anyone whom show in exhibitions in all the big cit- Mclntosh may- induce to enter a ring. n addition to Johnson will show in exhibition .in.all the 'big cit-j first contest was won hfeher tlass of nerformers than tbe lightweight champion of toda than knows. The ter liickv to reign in a day when there are no such menuOansor Cor- belt in the lightweight ellis. litt Hot Shot From the Sugar Town Ravmonrt AHi Ainj it ol Hit lelhbridgr bill It im was prided into actnm tin. Raimond report Ol tlu 1 cthbnilgc Hannond game wlncli inpeared in the Her ild of >mi Then vtr ha-ie iccomplishcd some good in that we haic been ible to siippH the elemint in Ire makeup of the I cfhbndgr teim So pricked expressed in nself as strongly in favor ot igim meeting, I.cthbriilge, but stated that the gime should be on the sami, di mond as the disputed game 01 jMtiiriiii list Capt. Hawk de- clared thit lethbndji! "never; heat us cfi-ppt in l hiiil'luck--scrap over at Icthbrid0e Roy O'Brien said, Don t whv we shouldn't, play them md Tlnnnce O'Brien was -I hy bunching h'itu oft Mitchell's ileiivery, while tho feat was duplicated, in -the second.alj Powell's expense. Philadelphia '.has played St. Louis fourteen games this season and IIHS won every game, Two season's records for the niajor league park here were made today. !n the opener Jlclnnes got IS-piitputs at first base, while in the second contest. Pow- ell caused fifteen go out on fly balls. WINNIPEG SENT A PHONEY TELEGRAM C. J. Ecktorm' received Hie follow- ing telegram respecting the Winnl peg baseball situation: no word or proof (rom yot in an-swer to telegram of thirtieth of By the Barrel Big Smoke on Great Coin-Pro- ducing Tour Now York. Aug. Johnson has done a little business for himself during the past, week and will soon start on a series of engagements vhich should net him more money in i year than he has made during his last successtul career. The Texan has signed to perform for Hugh Mclntosh he Australian, and I'or the next twelve noiiths big Jack will show liighie calls upon him lo do so. jra! fights have already been plan- j led In England and France -and ore he gets through .lohnson will neet all of the so-called heavyweights low before the European public. Me- Vey is on the list for a contest and t is .Mclntosh's idea 10 wind up the Istic carnival with a long fight :be- ween Johnson and Langford in Paris, .angford has been after Johnson so onj that he will hardly be able to idestep tbe opportunity offered arid hus before another year rolls round his pair may. ;f tnitptlier in he ring, iown Nelson Knocked Out Spokane Boxer Jledfortl. Ore.. Aug. (.-Tommy Gaffney, of Spokane, look the count ,tt the close of the fifth round last night scheduled ten round boul .with Hatlllnn Nelson, after Nelson had given the Spokane man a mercl- beating'tor four rounds. Caftney Hef.ree Hanauer while GaffneV. brother sprang Nelwn. Neither the referee nor Nelson ,'fered any damage, however. Gaftney cUimed Nelson Miad repeatedly fouled him. A miat. little booklet complied for our custonierK.'and rnwle.lh) Tit. the vest pocket, containing gaiHe 'aws of .Manitoba, Saskatchewan, j Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario, also other useful information to man. This will be gladly mailed with our compliuirjitB to any desiring name., The Canadian Arun and Snorting Goods GOTCH'S WEIGHT MAGRATH BECOMES Johnson has begun letting high speed along the Ilumboldl. Iowa, Aug. Although tipping, the scales at 220 today. Frank Golch, the heavyweight wrestling cham- pion of the world, who Is training here for a Labor Day match in Chicago with George Hackeiischmidt, expects to weigh not more than 200 pounds the day of tho match. Gotch has a number of not- able wrestling stars acting as trainers. No other games schediilon in Nation InlGtl I Boston .Jtojralli, Aug. By defeating .ethbridge' last Saturday, Raymond has crawled up and tied Magrath for third place. Raymond sports need not think .hat it is1 bothering the Gardeners in tho leasts Kaymond is credited with three 'Wins, but did they earn them! __ rheytook two of them by default from [Detroit Cardston, but if they had been played, would undoubtedly have been put down New York igainsl the Sugar Beetcrs' credit. The .Cleveland othor was, a's.l.ethbridge puts it, "rob- led" last 'Saturday when they won j Washington from the city guys in the darkness. 'Chicago No, It is not bothering .us a bit. The Raymond team have not earned one ..000010 5 10 1 Bn.1 it. to enfa'ln C'.lv ihjlt'at T (JQQ (JflQ 4 of their wins and It is safe to say that st. Louis can shut them out if giv- en a fair deal. Magrath w great pleasure .in. lowering their col- ors when they .play off the tie with Raymond. various events. 'The results of the event! were as follows: Free for All. trot or pace Clyde 1st, Pathfinder 2nd, Boundary .Boy 3rd. Time 2.34; 2.41; 2.44. L..O -U.B j Mile King 1st, Grey e's of the old' wirld and snre will Cloud 2nd, Golden Rod was left at get the coin for himself and his man- iger. HEARSE HORSE WAS HANKS -r is riot often that a Jiearse horse graduates .into a race horee. but such seems the field ot' action marked-rOHt for the sp-eetiy 4-year-old mare, Xancy Hanks, owned by State Senator-. -Whitney. While the legislature was In sea- ;ionV Senator CoUnx, an conTltletj "to .Senator Whit- ney, the need of another gootHooking horse as an addition to the hearse teams. Whitney .said that he thought. he 'had one that would fill Hall's wants, so a trade was made, the mare now Known as Nancy Hanks coming to Whitney. flie animal, while owned by Sen- ator Hall luiu too much speed for post. Mile and ut, Lland- of'f 2nd. Fast Flight and Rack and Ruin, also ran; Time 2.09 1-2. Jockey English was taken off Llandoff by the judges set up in this race.' the reason unknown. 'Consolation race, .five-eighths mile lstf W. V. Bramley ,2nd, Rosetta 3rd. Time 1.11 George Hamilton, of Porcupine Hills won the bucking competition against iive; entries. hearse purposes, and on made a run to the. cemetery :near Col- fax that, broke. all records for hearse In Whitman county. LID IS ON JACK JOHNSON WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO BOX AT DUBLIN WESTERN! CANADA Games in the Big Plltsburg New York' NATIONAL j 000 030 "1 11 100 002' 7 AMERICAN 132.100 8 003 8 100 200 94, 140 .131 IS 4 001 010 11 1 3 REGATTA AT ST. KITS NOT UP TO THE MARK St! Catherines, Ont., Aug. 4. The thirty-second'annual regatta of the Canadian .Association of Amateur Oarsmen opened .this afternoon. days the course has been in Philadelphia St. Louis vvasnlngton Chicago 000 I 120 000 100.000 2 000 000 000 Buffalo Baltimore Rochester Newark For'Montreal Providence EASTERN ___ oon 3 i 113 r 004 10 100 6' 010 000 6 000 000 10 Chicago, 111., Aug. lid is on in Dublin, Ireland: boxing This their "spirit" that in the snorting know said section of the issue which came to Raymond tonight they arc prepared to put np that I.cthbridge can lower Ihe Raimoml colors cm Ihb sue 01 lethbridgr ought to U >tnn able .to raise for this purpose again we doubt if Raymond could. But in raising the money ior the purpose ot lowering Raymond colors, they would also be lonuiing Hit Rise ball standard of Letbbridge District League, and Lcthhridge should be the last Iown to offer'such a suggestion also has been "pricked to fierv activity" by the suggestion that Lethbridge can lower Raymond col- ors, and has agreed that'Iheir "fiery activity" shall be allowed" to expend itself on the "ncry activity" of I.eth briiise on the Ravmond diamond, Saturilav, Aliens! 13lh, at a p. m. sharp. This is the gist ol the ulti- matum sinned by Manager Amos to- nlshl and handed to the Kaymond correspondent to transmit to his pa- prr [he nrvt nf another pi uc UTS made lo thr Kijmond cor In the spoiling-editor, ol the Her lid whin he hinted tint .Tulv that Moose and Ed-, __.. uuuut...i, monton are within'the satarv limit, -Senator Whitney turned over )n we presume that from contracts IM I0 soe f" in your are aware ue can hfit them." Powell; that allare exceeding the limit, mf r Fdhae to see a good dean tes any received I. I quite cmplntic n his assertion, "I I you aro ._ ___ ,_..i 'n news item would not be worth print- ing-were it not for the fact that the cablegrams lately have told about the proposed match there between Jnclc Johnson and Petty Officer Curran.. If jthls match is decided-at all. which is (extremely doubtful. It will take place Isewlicrc than in Dublin. E. A Dyer, a widely-known -sporting discusses the Qf rhud with an outside urn- i any effort has been made by you u lo Skonson "wllltag to give j make the learns cm down, .It hough them a