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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfl5 SU rjK OAU.T TUESDAY, 5, 1010 "BRINGING UP By G. McManvia I l KNOW -GUT I KAVt I CHANGED I k The Sport Page Tragmentsv Win at Calgary !W. LINNING SCORES ONLY GOAL OF EXCITING GAME PLAYED IN MUD "They musllbc sonic fragments lo CALGARY LOST SOCCER capture the Windy City league, it will roako no dHtcieucc llill- The above appeared in tbe dope of the? Calgary (ferald a days since. and much other similar sluri has ap- peared In tbe Cow Town press. sug- gesting [hai Lethbridge had an aivfal amount of nerve in challc051115 the iMralTed of Alberta." Bui Lelhbridge went, saw and con: qritred, and showed Ihem thai Ihey Tnade ,all llie''difference, and IxMh- bridge should lake its fiat off to its from France." wbo, ing Ihe calibre oT Ihe winners ol tne ry city leasue and self-slyled champions ot ihe prfmnce, dared lo go ialo the. enemy's camp and beard ihn Hob in iLs den. _ i, V2lhbrWge wen a sreat victory, and i Jn'e Calgnrj spectators gave credit jVhere credit was due. "It's '.Tjridge's: and "The best .team were'among the commeQis quentl? heard, and "the good sired bnncli ..ol" LeLnhridgites present were -proud compliments- paid bard'from-.Uie .time, ihe lednT.Uoardfed Ihe train on Sunday alter lunch yesterday. When ,-a comm.Utee. conslsllng of Secretaries ;BaUram and. PaLerson of the two _ .3. -Tjoman and "P. T. j wen! lo view' Ihe. ground, GAME AT EDMONTON (fly Captain Matin-son in the Calgary Albertan.l wculd be hanl 10 say Hi at ydpionton their win on Saturday asainsl ntiitinj: Mm in the. (o (he great amusement ot tlic crowd, uml (1 cspile tlic eifiir'E of K. Wakclyn, y-issed through Co W. LJimiug. This clever centre, accompanied uy the shouts crowd, worked his way in, fooling Mitchell, the recognized crack-a-jafk centre half. Mortimer the niada. a run 'al him. but Billy lipiicd Calgary repibEtnlative team, [the ball around him. Then rcmaincil arrived in tfae citj a man Euorl, McGarrathie and Ihe .goalie. The thai man Ibe'redoublable Slari. Wake- former was easy tor Billy, who .slip- lye, but there was no gainsaying the determination players after tbe goal was scored. Towards tb-2 eud of the second hair, CollierJ who liad been by him, and pursued by tbe whole pack, our star player with great speed was away to the goal. Steadying nirrisolf (or a second; he lot drive one ihorn in Ihe-slde of Raisbeck and Rrchardsoii was the game, broke away, and centered jbeaten. Did the crowd go wild? They beautifully close in cm everyone recognize sterling- pkty even In tipocied that Gllhooley, who certain- Calgan-. and this grand piece of work Jv surpassed hinjafelf in goal, -would crowd ?omelbing lo. But Jimmy did about lor a while. Stephens put a ._. -1__1 -1.- I------ Abdul '25 per cent, under water, not gel Ihfe chance. Jimmy. whose plaV was asloiushinEly vigorous riracibus, ivai closej in on goal and" made lo elear. tmU struck Sonnen on the breast and rebounded into thejief. A 'lucky goal, bat really on the actual incident of prey Which led up to they lose' rJit .InJerrCity, cna'mplonslilp. as Calgary in1 Cal- gary, (bp total guals being, 3, Edraonmri 2. back on a but Duijlop was handling aH-co but it'-vras decid_ed'to play ihe came. in first class style. and turned teslcd-bUu "with a Siifi one-'which was dandy shot across ihat hit The bar, and gave tbs supporters a bit of a scare, but the danger seemed almost past, Lelhbrldgc putting up a barrage that" had Calgary guessing. got Hi rough later and to- gether with Clarke nod Stephens on the wing, indulged in some swinging. Coining close Jo the goal, Allan put up his arm and accidentally .touched the ball. Scott gave a penally, which did act meet with much approval, and Wakelyn was given" the ''__ I fiTGning up the score... But LctLbridge V- i 'v a and Wakelya's shot Traa lirst turked away "in Danlop's arms, rushed et him, but Into, a quagmire In places, the. decis ion Tras proved to be a boys won their -game because they played, the best football, and because they adapted themselves to.the soggy Metier than did the home cleared easily. Then followed a close battle, between .and the ling the tall away. JccF; loo gp and the ball Trent team. Hillhurst was slow In gelling j ning and Travis were lights their team out. being aliaosl halt the. attack, and-but for the dfffi- hour, eventually came-out tnjculiy ic'dragging ihelr bools from full force, ready to show the visitors i the mire Ihetr "woald "have rc- their niighl. The latter, were' on the I suited In goals. The boys were heart- grounds'early, lots of -willing hands j ily cocgratalated as they came ott the fnbWnff Ibem down .and attending ID j pitch at half ".time, their success in Ih'eir needs, and lots ot applause J shullins Hlllhcrst out being evidently. greeted them aa they Look llie field under tbe captaincy, ot -W. -Llnning, It 6.55, 25 minutes late, .when I Dane. Scott gave Ihe onen- [ing loot, and HIDimrst sUrled right -in to work. Their alUck wu broken considered some feat hy Calgary fans. Second Half HillhurEl opened the second period n pretty of-, combination, which "suggesled they were going to "i .i.' sent hia front Hno bare the lien's share of the game, right, into (he enemy 5 Unnins look ai early shot at Ichardson.DflspUe Ihe wind against heiuT the Reds kept the balMn tht :ence, where 4 but the crowd were jravls and his partners. and sailing up ihe field. Such enthusiasm did the visitors good, the the crowd seeming to urge our boys on to further -efiorts, and "our .lucky all Lelhuritfge. The crowd began lo leare (he ground. Robertson and Mortimer indulged in a great race dosvu the field, the latler conceding a corner. Rubby took the kick and a dandy H was. Had Linning been a few (eel riesrer the centre, we would added another notch, but with a clever lipok he put -Jt by the post, missing by an inch. KeehngSiow ran high, and ii. binning evidently got McGarrachie's goat; fists were flying for a second when the rcterce prompt- ly put both oft'.the Held. Then the Hcds peppered the goal for a few min-i uUfe and the great Calgary aggrega- tion were beaten by the lads they TonlgM al 6.15 at Ki'kslorm Part, WL-ailior JUgralli and Hiirons will stago another hasoball mntrb. The Garden -Ciiy tcum is onsious to redeem llicmsclves for the double defeat at Hit hands of the IJaroiis tcarn last and with RacUac give a pood They feel (tiat.Mnit for liard Juck last Wodncsdny, 'they should have woa Wan. Lost, JVC. 'ino'.nnatt 61 .ftTS cw York VS riifcago.........,