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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETirBIttnGF DAILY HERALD TWILIGHT LEAGUE IS STILL INTACT ORT-S ATHLETICS THREE POINTS AHEAD CRANBROOK HAS SPEEDYJP TEAM Lethbridge Team Went Down for the Count on Two Occasions Rain Prevented Sunday Game Bring Cranbrook Team Here JJ'iAK I'A'IriLfli iiM Tilt AMutiiCAN LEAGUE. If Cranbrook has nothing ''Is lire have some ball team, and without doubt the best team outside .Twilight League in the country. (bt'on Morgan, tiie Calvary Their rtins team is composed mostly of ex-Wesl- Canada leaguers., ami In tin; two team who nd n three h his as- ul siMnan of tWO tiie fa si piaycd with qatne would have ueeu a very exhibition. Burr, formerly of Eilinou- lon, on I In- niolinil for Cranbrook 'it-am on Friday the Lfthbrlilsi'ljintl found him for a total Saturday -they i of seven hits lor two runs, but they outclassed the boys from (completely prairie town. On Saturday the locals could do nothiut; with O'Ne'l's offerings, and jio vender for I'.e hnd everything, even to a slove. In all they secured about ilive hits off him, and were never close 'to scorinc. On Ihe other hand Ross; .11, JTMrt slants were for the the treatnu'm rece, It could not offset Ihe heavy stick work j of .Morgan. Cranbrook a good ball park and a very f.isl iiifielil. They turn out to see the games up there, ami they Kiake it pay too. They are a bunch 10 visit, and team i lias nothing but words of praise for I was in- their hits went for extra bases. The wark of George Moore in this bolster up the called off on aceomn of rain. It is garae Cranbrook team v-orthv of mention. The (the intention of the loo husky bunch ror a series ot clouted the ball on the nose, lathered in every-1 be made, chances al team to brin :auies future if arrangements Itlooro at ihhd base thing in sight, taking ten without a miss. On' Saturday with Josh .Moore on the elab the locals made a much better showing, as the score 6 to 2, jjob also. The following players took iti the trip: Tate. Pulley. Hramlow. Green. Han, 0. .Moore. .1. Moore. Da vies. Nich- ols, Jlel Putnam was on the WAN! HILLHURST TO GIVE UP SHIELD Calgary, Aug. Last week Arthur iWakelyn, secretary of tiie Ilillhurst club, received a telegram from .Mr. Holcraft, secretary of Canadian As- sociation of soccer clubs, saying that J owing to the tour of the Corinthians that the shield will not be played for this year. A little later he received a letter saying the same thing, and also that Mr. Ilolcraft and Mr. Harper be with the Corinthians on their to.ur, and would expect the llullhursi team to have the shield ready for de- livery to them when they arrive here. Mr. V.'akelyn, who is also the cap- tain as well as secretary of the Hill- lllirst learn, said that the shield not bo delivered until a team would be brought against them to win the shield -some team won from them in a game for the shield it would be kept in the Millies' hands. Now, -Mr. Holcraft and Mr. Harper lire the promoters of the Corinthians' tour, and by taking this trip they are allowing Canadian soccer to take care of proving 'what every team that has won the shield thinks, that is that this association is nothing more or less thaa a one man organization. That IE a great reputation for the Ca- nadian association to acquire, and some other officials' should be looked up to take care of the shield. Brouiliette Challenges Pincher Creek, Aug. challenge fcas been issued in the Pincher Creek Echo by Fred Bronlllette of this place to any bpna fide citizen of this pro- vince to rim 100 yards for a eide. William Haynes is also challeng- ed to a hundred yard race with choice of time and place. DAVIS TO MANAGE CLEVELAND NEXT YEAR Philadelphia, Aug. lain Harry Davis, of the Phila- delphia Americans, lias signet an agreement to manage the Cleveland club 01 the same league next season at a salary of Sl'2.000. according to a re- port 'which readied here last night. t R-USSE.1.1, FOKTD. Russell Ford Is without question the best twirler In the American Lenirue WINNIPEG WILL STAY IN LEAGUE Winnipeg, Aug. .Miir- oon team lias dediled to con- tiiiuc in Hie Western Canada v Ilnse.lml! League I'or a few weeks at least, and will play tomorrow ill Calgary. Presi- (lent Kckstonii in reoly lo the thiit Calgnry, Moose Jaw anil Kdmoulon are beyond the salary liinil. claims.thal ai> RACE Won by Brouillette Who Beat'Sellers by Half Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL St. Louis 010 ;lll S; 2 Ho.sum "io iM.i -178 Harmon lind lll'ennahan; Mattera and Kline. Y Yirrl Chicago dru Brooklyn 022 1102 111 something within twenty-tour i Roulbach. Richie Mclntyre and Ar- hour, after the bets had beou poste.l cher; Rucker and Uersen. the match race ooo 000-1 7 1 120 12 0 with him. all .those teams within the limit. The Wiuui- pea club, however. Is si 111 un- convinced, and nlllrin their '11- (eiilion of invc-stisaling the mailer still further. Rangers vs Rovers Tomorrow Night The Iwo local rivals league football honor! and Rangers. for district the Hovers lock horns tomorrow evening at the ball park, if the grounds tire in shape to play on. Should they be in bud condition the Overseas grounds north of the track will be brought into accpiisition. ,The teams will line up as follows: goal; Banner- man and Eastern, bucks; Glen, Patter- son and Bremmn. half backs; Moore, His peculiar and mysterious delivery Is a puzzle to every batsnmn I Page, Clemenson, Thompson and Cam- to-day. w-lio comes before him, and It is safe to say that his excellent work li In srciit measure responsible fur the Yankee's steady climb to the front. Vancouuer Will Take Minto Cup Westminster Outclassed Again in Corinthian Beat Ontario Eleven eron, forwards. and Home backs; James, Mullen, Hager- ston, half backs; Bembridge, Chla- Da vies, Si mm and Joyce, for- wards. Preparing to Meet Lethbridge S.O.E contestants together across tile tniclc and decided the' issue, llroulllelte won. L-Vflcr four false breaks the runners got Eiway .to breasl .yards. ith I'or the They apod breast first twenty-five Cole, iteulbnch and Graham; (Jaeger lintl Bergen. Cincinnati 11 2 Philadelphia Suggs. 110 020 12 1 me, Caspar and Alc- There was bin little variation Alexander, Burns anil 'at the half-way, but at the threc-quar- lor Sellers was seen to have hall yaid on his man. As the runners I gnmelll closed to the goal it was apparent I Cincinnati 200 000 I) thnt llrotilllette was running under Tostrulnt. Without any apparent ef- 'fort twenty 1'eet from the string the IPlnclier (ji-epli man eased himself to the: front and won by hail a yard. Bronillette's backers had up of it was covered. The Pincher Creek sprinter is certainly a runner of class. He Is powerfully 'built, standing about a ft. II and Philadelphia I a 000 100 9 2 Kecfe ami Clarke; .Moore and Mor- an. Philadelphia at Cincinnati, Saturday game postponed, rain. Sunday Games) St. Louis Uoston 104 201 12 000 000 ;weighitig lit) pounds and being finely j Geyer 'lllld nresnahan; Weaver, Grit- muscled ami proportioned. He races inn any.distance between 50 mid 100 yards j and says he is open to meet anyone In I Second 'the province. 1st. Louis 000 000 4 2 Bob Stewart was time keeper for the i Boston 4 0 event but excitement was too much! Woodburn, Laudermiik and Bliss; for him. He forgot to press the but- Brown and Randan, .ton" on time: It is safe to say there were no records broken. Saskatchewan Wins Cricket Tournament AMERICAN Phl'sdelphi.i 000 010 7 3 St. Louis 002 002 S 1 Coombs and Thomas; Lake and Ste- in a splendidly fought game with Al- Phens- borta today, Saskatchewan won the r.joston ........000 001 14 2 Pincher Creek Aug. soon us tournament. Heavy rains delayed the i Detroit 30I uoi. 14 0 the sun breaks through the clouds that -games during the afternoon, .but Sns-j Karger, Pape ami Cnrrigan; Willed Indian :Head, By drawing Plttsburg 001 001 7 1 New York 000 010 7 2 Leifield, Ferry and Gibson; quard and Meyers. New York a I, Pittsburg, no game scheduled. have been overhanging this town for a week, some of the old time foot- ball players' of Pinclier Creek are go- to get down lo practise. The in- that when the representa- Toronto. Aug. the English Corinthians, now touring Canada, is jttst about as accomplished in the giime of. soccer as reputed, was shewn th'ey have bei here yesterday when they beat a select, team oE On- tario by It was one of the most, scientific contests seen on ihe Island. The personeli of the Ontario team was principally composed of former English and Scotch players who have recently come to this country. The Corinthians have matches to play in all the principal cities In Western Canada, as far as the coast. Rough Game Lalonde Stars Vancouver A lie Minto cup, lent of the last quarter when after of Canaton now Vancouver had annexed three goals 19U, insL looks like a certainty for Vancouver.! io its then total of tour, a tree )n sonle degree work a foot- By Uie tii'ctsive flofeat which Con. followed with many penalties. game is to take place between .lories' 7mMi administered to the West-i Royals settll'd upon Godfrey, playing'the two lodges prior to the meeting, minster champions, winning by the defence fur Vancouver, and laid him ,Som. of the Cowley 8 0 B inemhers score of 7 to -I, Vancouver annexed the eighth game of the league scries they have won Ev- of ten o! win M thc first half with the score two all, (he game was as keen- ly contested as any of the series, but in the last- half Vancouver also be here on that date. The boys here want to make it an interest- CLARESHOLM DERBY Claresholm, August follow- ing Jirc the entries for the Claresholm Derby to be run at the Fair on 10th August: If. ftshom, Laindbreck, TJandoff. five lo.Nt-'V AVestmiaster's Uirci en if the Ruyai City champions win displayed most of the vim and dash, ihe next, which seems un-jthe home playing with great deter- likelv alter today's exhibition on i minaUon and g game for their Lethbridgo ing brethren. visit- 'the defence checking their own grounds on which in ihe past they have appeared invincible, Vancouver would still he a tie in the very hard. Lalonde, who sooted three of Vancouver's seven goals, and Fitz- gerald, who scored two, were today's .undoubted stars, playing as fast and Today's match was again fast brilliant lacrosse as ever has been fairly clean up to the closing mom-' see.n here. Greasy Pete, aged; J. McLaughlin, High River, Geddes of Morn. 4 yrs.; .McKenzie, Calgary, Elodia. B., 4 yrs.; .1. McKenzie, Calgary, Klodia B.. 3 yrs.; .1. R. Watt, Clareshohn, Ranch Khip, aged; M. Olive, Alacleod, Fast Flight, yrs.; H. Eshom, Lundbrecit Jerusha, aged. What King's Prize Winner Has to Say London, AUK. Clifford, King's prize winner-at Bislcy in con- nection with the alleged unfairness are confident thai there will he no friction in the future. There was noth, ing to con-plain of in the treatment shown the Canadian contingent at j of the general public, who gave us ihe ranges said: "We certainly had I just the sorl of welcome that one cause to grumble, hut attach no section of Britishers should extend to blame to the: National Rifle Acsocia- J another of the uanip .stock. Canadian ilion lor our jrrievances, which were at once upon complaints. We marksmen will continue to visit His- ley ant! compete, in the matches." 15 PLUNKS PRICE OF INSIDE SEATS FOR THE WOLGAST VS. McFARLAND GO Milwaukee, Aug. Jones, manager of Ail Wolgast, arrived in Milwaukee this afternoon for his con- clave with Frank MuHiern who is pro- moting the Wolgast-McFarland battle. Jones was here to look after Wol- gast's enti of the coming fight anil also to talk over the arrangements for the hattle. Contrary to reports Kavan- jthere was no friction between Cher- to jokee Tom and Mnlhorn and everything settled amicably. The only disagreement was over niillinir them ilntrn lo their own stand' icry much like attempting to make Jones held out for 500 -seats Tlie oisilors were hric'k.s without straw. The weather .at ?'5.00. The price of ringside seats was mtenselv hot and (he play Cornwall Gave Shamrock Bad Beating Cornwall. Out., Aug. the reason with them, Muir garc the Shamrocks an unnxerciful' agh and -.linnny Ilogan, in order hpar-inst in thrir mutch here today, ihnild up a team by giving red; H. Cooper, Pincher Creek. tnc visitors ten to one and youngsters experience, but it looks; in the league, on the defensive near! nil the were time i nnri for only a few minutes at set at by Miilkern hut Jones claimed that the -demand for the i wards the end became very listless. 1 hign-nnced and ringside seats is so look like anything but a The mnlch was not a rough one and stnmg he of goo Shamrocks have dis-jwas handlrd by .Ktl- St. Pierre carded veterans who started and Korttly Finluyson. Ti .'eav Tecumsehs Put the Torontos 10 alone. "Kveryiiiing is O.K. as far ns I said Jones shortly before leaving for Michigan, "and the battle match is :atchowan in a true sporting spirit i Played right up to the last second In ihe waning: light. This Is how they stood at the con- clusion: Saskatchewan...... Alberta Manitoba i..... C. A.......... Calgary has been 4.1 1 'J J 0 i 4 ;ettled upon Washington' Oil) 020 10 t Chicago 202 -100 14 3 Hughes, Meeker, Gray and, Street id Ainsmith; Lnnge, Hovlik, Young and Sullivan. the city year's series. John- son for the-- Albertas batted well as usual and Hmde -54 before going l.b.w. The heavy rain laid the wickets very and it proved a very hard mat- ter for the players to keep their.feet. New York .....403 100 15 3 Cleveland 000 201 13 2 Ford and Sweeney; Gregg, Kaler, Krnpp and Fisher. Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Sioose Jaw Calgary Winnipeg Edmonton Saskatoon Brandon 46 37 27 25 45 42 .761 .675 .505 .41i8 .3H .279 No Sunday games scheduled in the American League. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 000 301 12 St. Paul 000 000 2 Second Minneapolis 000 301 11 St. Paul 110 000 8 .Milwaukee 000 123 003 H Kansas City 100 024 002 16 010 110 10 000 02! 13 Louisvill Toledo Indianapolis 010 000 14 200 110 IS Chicago New Tork Fittsburg l-Miiladetphia St. .TJouis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston 58 56 54 41 37 21 36 37 38 40 13 53 iMiiwaukee Kansas City st. Paul Minneapolis .604 .583 Columbus .557 'Louisville Toledo (Sunday iOO 000 000 000 100 000 040 000 3sil. ndianapolis 001 010 2 7 000 053 12 000 000 4 001 000 5 championship affair and I think 1 am Philadelphia Detroit Boston Chicago New York Scarborough Beach, Out., Aug. TeciimschR and Torontos, rivals for many seasons, met here today in their first N. L. U. battle of the season, a battle that promised to have a most important hearing, on the champion- ship race. Torontos belt! their own in tho earlier stages. The score at half time M'as n tie. but after that it .was first a rout and then a slaughter, Te- cumsehs winning by eleven to two. Ten thousand saw the game, every seat in the stand being sold.. It was ihe biggest crowd of the season at a lacrosse game. i right in demanding that some of the 1 Capitals Still Occupy Cellar GILBEY S INVALID PORT Montreal. Aug. three-ciuar- j tors of today's game the Capitals, tail- tnders in the National Lacrosse union, played like a rer.l lacrosse team s held tho Nationals, last year's cham- pions, to practically a goal-to-goal struggle, then going Into the fourth {piartcr, with the acore S to 7 against fl'orn, they faded away and the speedy Kronen-Canadians ran in a score of S goals and held the Ottawas scoreless, the final count being 16-7. seats he placed on sale at 1 St. Lou AMERICAN 63 64 53 50 51 3S 31 35 36 50 52 62 6S EASTERN 130 000 '300 000 .643 Rochestoi .640 Newark .520 .510 .500 Baltimore......010 .12 .330 nuffalo 200 000 7 Montreal Providence 000 000 300 000 Western Canada League Games FIRST GAME A TIE; EDMONTON TOOK SECOND Edmonton, Aug. afternoon game ended a tie at the end of the eleventh. In the evening Edmonton put Cal- gary to rout in easy style with Dicken- luu, .son on the firing line. He had the iindjfamouH Standrldgc opposing him too. Score Wine Spirit (Jti. NO MORE AN IDOL S.-.n Krancisco, AIIB. J. .leffrics no longer creates a fuss nlong rialto. Airrlving here yesterday, tile former heavy weight champion was unnoticed during his visit, save by Importing writers. -leff is preparing for liuullng trip to Alaska. MOOSE JAW PRAISES WINNIPEG TEAM Moose Jaw. Aug. fa cxproEted hero at the si Maroons In dropping out o The Maroons have played An excel- lent ami brainy class of bill while here, and the Robins got. way with the entire series, Ita none of the games did they pile up 4 very large majority, indeed had they had a fresh pitcher tonight Instead or working Glass twioc 11 is qulto certain rcgi of t of leog' that, they v.ou. 'Ai it j Second game 1 Buffalo Baltimore Toronto 'Jersey City was by hrainy and consistent playing they kept up the suspense until the I Second 002 000 001 000 000 000 000 000 ninth inning, when Fo.urnler stole Toronto homo and the game by a close decision .ic-i'sey City went, fo tiie Itobins. Glass was in i excellent form and it took twelve in-' Montreal 000 000 1 a 103 012 13 nings to establish the afternoon. Moose Jaw.1 his supremacy in ..000 010 .200 .000 Winnipeg '........001 000 300 Vloose Jaw .....100 012 000 SASKATOON EASILY DEFEATED BRANDON 000 300 9 013 000 11 000 000 7 Providence Rochester Newark 100 000 NORTHWESTERN Tacoma Vanco.uver Portland Victoria 2 SHBkatoon, Aug. Pickers took the lead in the third Inning of ftaturdny's game and had no trouble defentfng the Angels by the sc.orc of 5 to -2. hiU in the fifth nddcd more-to the score. Tbo Angels scored one run in both the fifth and sixth innings, but this ended their sueceiaful efforts at scoring. The feature of the game the batting of l.oretti rnppnd out four tingles i out of four times at bat. Seattle Spokane BIG LIFE POLICY ON O'TOOLl Aug. Drey- fus announced today he.had placed an Insurance policy for on Pitcher Marty O'Toole'fi life, and thai he would take out an accident policy for a large RUm as scon as QToole had reporU4 to the I'ittsburs dull. ;