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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta SPORTS AT MACLEOD Macleod, Aug. to rai falling for about an hour on Frida the races were not as largely atteac cd on that day as on Thursday, bu Iho races were perhaps better anc faster than the.day before, as th track was rolled after the rain and was not so heavy. won in M The li Mile Hurdle Race was by HOWSOB, with Metge second. Dr. Cloud won the 2.10 Trot, two straight heats, with Topsy second. i- Mile Adam's Alice 1st J. Macleod's Carbine 2nd. Also ran Madge, Horton, Togo and Surprise. 1 Mile Eshom's Lland- off; 2nd, Alford's Nellie Racine. Also ran, Dark Night, Royalty, Eloda, Allie J. i Mile Saddle Horse lett's Tim Whiffe 1st, Olive's lett's Tim Whiffe Olive's Disie Lad 2nd. Also ran, Star, Sailor Boy, Pleasant Trip, Eagle, Lady Hastings. Squaw Two Knives, TMrs. Standing Alone. 1 Dash, (for 2 or 3 year Nibb's Mazadah 1st, Eshom's Thele- -na 2nd. Also ran, Dick McBride and 'Brumby. The High Jumping Contest for prize cup was won by F. ,B. ge on Rock Salt, from Colin Gardner -on Star. The Bucking Contest, which was "the chief feature of the day, was won by Bill McCorkle, of the Porcupine Hills. This contest was held at 6 in the evening, and owing to there being so many riders the judge unable to give a decision that might. On Saturday -morning a large assembled on the square to see final of the contest, when John- son, Jim Rabbit and McCorkle, the each rode a very bad horse aor the money.. After this event a collection was ;taken up from the spectators to be ;given to the best bare back rider. was contested by Jim Rabbit Tom- Three Persons, Indians, and Mills and McCorkle. Mills the only rider to stick to his "horse and was given the money. Tom "Three Persons was not entered in the :Bucking Contest, but is perhaps the '.best rider in Western Canada. "The Polo TournamenE was won by Fork after defeating Pincher The Ldhbrldge Daily Herald, Monday, August BIG LEAGUE GAMES ASSOCIATION At Minneapolis- Minneapolis Toledo .Called rain. Altrock, Sage Owens; Tingling and Lund. At Columbus St. Pawl Bergust and A-agust; Check, ing and Kelly. At Indianapolis 10 S Milwaukee 10 2 Cheney and Hawley; Daugbtrey and udwig. At Kansas Kansas Citv 5 2 -Louisville 1 l Rhoades and James; -Weaver and Schreek. Second Kansas 11 2 5 3 Swan and Hitter; Halla and Schreck. EASTERN (Sunday) At Rochester'..... 10 1 Providence 6 3 Holmes and Blair; Lavender, Sline and Fitzgerald. Umpires Hurst and Stafford. Second Rochester 11 0 'Providence 8 2 McConnell and Blair; Sline, Laven- der, Barberich and Paterson. At Toronto 13 2 Newark 17 5 Carroll. Rudolph and McAllister; Mueller, Easton, McGinnity and Crisp. Umpires OFinneran and Kelly. At CORBETT'S WOULDBE Miles McLeod of Missouri is Expect- ed to Defeat Johnson Bakersfield, Cal., Aug. iden- tity of James J. Corbett's "unknown." whom the former champion expects to win the championship from Jack Johnson for -the white race was reveal- ed today to a local newspaperman in a message from Albany, Mo. Miles McLeod, a young giant, 27 years old and 250 pou is Corbett's protege. The messag which is declared to be from strict y reliable source states -that McLeoc has signed a contract with Corbet to enter the ring and he is now secret y receiving boxing instructions from he former champion. Miles comes from a family of giants having two brothers his size. He is college man and an athlete. is Giant Farmer Albany, Aug. McLeod is a giant farmer, whose parents reside ere. He is six feet and six inches in eight and powerfully built. Recently e left here for Chicago, and it was umored he intended to go into train- WITH THE BERRYPICKERS TODAY. The Miners open up a series of three games at Saskatoon this evening. ng with the of ohnson. challenging Jersey City 9 7 Taylor, Vowinkle and Williams; THE MSSOURI GIANT Says He Can Lick Johnson If Corfaett Thinks So. St. Josephs, Mo., Aug. Mr CJonbett thinks I can lick Johnson 'l'U lick iim." -Such was the statement made to-day .by Miles Mcleod, the mys- terious "unknown" picked by the form- er champion to wrest the title from Jack -Johnson. McLeod is a Missourian, 28 years of age, six and three fourths inches tall, and fcas a physique that tips the beam at 250 pounds. He lives on a farm near Denver, Mo., where he WON AND LOST AT MOOSE JAW Lethbridge Shot Full of Holes in the Evening Won 4-3 in Afternoon Moose Jaw, Aug. muddy grounds a double-header was -played on Saturday. In the afternoon Leth- j KegTna" V 6 CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Calgary......... 19 Kdmonton 15 Saskatoon 10 Moose Jaw....... n Lethbridge 11 Winnipeg Brandon 10 9 bridge won in a close game by 4 to 3. In the evening the Robins again showed their superiority .by 10 to 0 In the seventh they hit Miller for nine runs. The Miners also errored frequently. Lethbridge game) 8 3 ezle, rf Miller, p Moose ;rocker, cf Moose Jaw..... 6 2 Pieh and Lynch; Samuels and Bliss. Umpire Houston. (Evening game) AB R H Corrigan, cf 3 Oriet, 3 ;hick, ss......... 4 Simmerman, If 3 Ward, c......... 2 Dudley, 2b ....___ 3 O'Hayer, IT) 3 Boyle. AMERICAN (Sunday) At- Chicago ana jviacieod in the finals 57 a i Frille and Crist. Umpires Byron and was reached 'by telephone this after- 'noon, Because of his relations with Cor- McLeod was inclined to be some- what reticent, but he admitted that he not unfamiliar with the gloves, and seems to have every confidence in -Ggjnbett's ability to see Mm through if his showing is satisfactory when the time arrives for his being "look- ed over." At present he is receiv- _score, oil 6-2. CThe Indians gave two parades on "the last day of the Fair and in the evening had a sham fight, followed by 'several dances. Most of the horses and owners "which took part in the races here will at the Lethbridge Fair.' On Monday the Macleod amateur :baseball team will play the Taber "team at Taber, and if successful they go into the game.again. Washington. WaJsh and Payne; Green, Moyer, Henry and Beckendorf. Umpires Per- rin and Dineen. At St. St. Louis 5 I Philadettphia 11 .Tccumschs Stirpised the Nationals Toronto, Aug. the firs "time this year the conquering Nation al team went, down to defeat to-day "They crossed sticks at Island Stadi with the Tecumsehs, and th -score of 6 to 3 in favor of the In dians told the. story 01 one th -fastest, heaviest, most heady tran-es -of lacrosse ever rfeen ri the city is said several thousands o: c' changed hands on the isa'ie, for Frenchmen came up with burn, seemingly, and thre away, giving odds of 2 to 1 on raeir team. The was clean through out, but very fast, zn f ha-actt1 "by heavy body check? rig. "to 'zed Montreal Beat Toronto Montreal, Aug. Montreal made its first appearance in N.L.TJ. feature to-day since its unsuccessful attempt to land the Minto Cup at the Pacific coast. They showed themselves in fine form and easily beat the Toronto team, piling up a score of 9 to 5. The Montreal team showed dash and aggressiveness throughout and even brilliant p'ay rat times, while their steady defer.ce was too much for the visitors. Electric Restorer for Hen A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL -restores every nerve in the body to its tension; restores vim and vi- tality. Premature decay and all sex- ual weaknesses averted at once. PHOSPHONOL will make you a new man. Price a box, or two for Mailed to any address. The Scobell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont. P. 0. Box 344. Phones: 628, Garage. 1262, Residence. GARAGE BROWNE- COSMAN CO. Five stalls with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. Lake and Stephens; Coombs and Livingston; Umpires Evans and Coli- flower. At Detroit- New York...... 5 1 Detroit S 6 Hughes and Mitchell; -Summers and lurley, IV....... 5 juigley, 2b 3 Hartman, If ss irooks. c Smithson. rf Starkell, 3b iJrown, p 27 0 AB R ".4 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 0 1 3 21 11 H O A 2 4 0 9 Lost 6 8 9 12 13 13 14 16 P. C. .760 .652 .478 .458 .435 .391 .273 Indefinetly Posponed Yesterday the Lacrosse Club re- ceived a telegram from High River to the effect that the game, which it had been agreed, upon when Leth- bridge was in High River last, should be played on Aug. 10 th, was now in- definitely postponed. Owing to the fact that the High River vs. Calgary game scheduled to be played last Aug. 3rd in Calgary had been postponed on account of rain, High River stated by the tele- gram that they, could not piay Leth- bridge until after their match at' Cal- gary had 'been played. The local boys will in all probability attempt to ar- range for an exhibition match with Taber -to be played during, the exhibi- tion. HEINRICH SOLD TO WHITE SOX Western Canada League Star Twirler is Bought for Brandon, Aug. -ball club have sold the crack Angel southpaw to the .Chicago White Sox for two thousand dollars, Heinrich joining at the close of the Western Canada Lea- gue season. Lynch Tells the Reason Why Moose Jaw, Aug. 7th. Sporting Editor Lethbridge Herald: Dear .an article in your Paper I see you criticize me for not taking a pitcher out when he goes 'bad. Up to the time of your article we were playing seven games a week and had only three pitchers. Under these conditions it wouid be too hard on one man to make him finish one day and pitch, him the IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else. but rackets, clubs, fishing tacltJe, etc., to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more run and lots more health than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuls of clothes. ET YOUR SPORTING TOOLS here if you want them right. We- do not handle the near right kind. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Go. HONE 1032 412 ROUND ft next. When I left home I understood Pitcher Clark was to join us on the road, but he never showed up, so I traded ,an outfielder for a pitcher, and from now on they will >be changed when necessary. Tours truly, JOE LYjNCH, Manager Leth'bridge Club. Ad Wolgast says 'that his first fight for the title will fre with Battling Nel- son. Then he will welcome the. rest of the field. RECALL RAPARTEE OF THE BIG FIGHT Jack Johnson Declares "He Put a Rope Around Corbett's Angors Besides Beating Jeffries. New York, Aug. Johnson lias recalling, the repartee ie in- dulged in with Jim Jeffries and Jim Copbett during the 'Reno .disaster. Johnson tells about it in'this -way: 'This is a tough old nut to said Jeff to me, as I poked him in tie head. r..; "I'm said L a sure 'nough nut 33 10 13 24 8 1 Three-base hit. Brooks; sacrifice bits, Starkell, Smithson and Brown; stolen ibases, Hurley, Starkell; douWe plays, Brown to Starkell to Hurley; Bell to Quigley to Hurley; SCULLING RACE FOR THE WORLD'S TITLE Ernest Barry and Richard Arnst are Opponents Race on the 18th English Sporting News and Comment Schmidt. Umpires O'Loughlin and j herculean size ASSOCIATION (Saturday) At Minneapolis ___ 12 1 Toledo 3 2 Patterson and Owens; Rogers and Lund. Second ing instructions from pion. Following the arrival of a dispatc from Bakersfieid, Cal., where Corbet is located at present, McLeod's moth j er was reached, and she admitted tha her son was the "unknown." Me Leod is said to be a college man an an athlete. He has two .brothers o struck out, iby Miller 3, -by Brown 5; j Londollf Aug. Barry, th English rowing champion, and Richar Arnst, the New Zealand champion on 'balls, off Miller 6, off Brown 3.; left on bases. Lethbridge 6, Moose the ex-cham-IJaw 11; Umpire time 1.55. Minneapolis 10 2 Toledo 5 2 Hughes and Smith; West and Ab- bot. At St. St. Paul ...-___ 5 2 Columbus 10 2 Ryan, Riener and Kelly; Kaler and Arbogast. At Milwaukee ___ 9 6 Indianapolis ___ 5 5 Cutting, McGlynn and lass, Hardgrove and Howley. Louisville-Kansas City, no game on account of rain. EASTERN (Saturday) At Jersey Toronto 9 0 ersey 10 3 McGinley, Carri and McAllister; Manser, Butler and Crist. Umpires, Byron and Boyle. Second 'oronto 11 3 ersey 14 2 ATewton and Tonneman; Frille, Cam- .ffz and Crist Umpires Byron and 'oyle. At lochester 7 0 fewark 7 2 Savidge and Blair; McGinnity and 'risp. Umpires Kelly and Finneran. At uffalo 031 a'ltimore 12 1! Jessep, Bank and Woods; Schmidt nd Egan. Umpires Murray and >oyle. At lontreal 3 0 rovidence 6 3 Keefe, Jones and Hardy; Steels and itzgerald. Umpires Hurst and Staf- ord. Second lontreal 6 1 rovidence ___ S 1 Dubre and Hardy; Lavender and eterson. Umpires Stafford and lurst. Called in tenth inning allow earn to catch train. SOCCER TOURNEY AT QUEEN CITY Celtics of Vancouver Will Take Trip to Defend People's Shield- Ten Teams Will Play. Toronto, Aug. fifth annual tournament for the People's Shield, carrying with it the championship of Canada, will be held at the Scarboro Beach athletic grounds, in this city, from Sept 5 to 10 Inclusive. The present holders of the shield Vancouver Celtics and Calgary Cal- edonians, who played a goalless draw at Calgary' in last year's finals, are expected to -be present. Froir advices to hand from Regina, Indian Winnipeg. Fort William Cobalt and' Montreal, the competition for 1910 promises to eclipse the pre- ceding tournaments held earlier dur- ing recent years. Toronto, Hamilton and Ottawa are invited to enter the leading teams of their respective senior leagues. A special committee is -being form- ed to receive and entertain all visit- ing teams, and every effort will be made to make the carnival a great success. The rules and regulations of the shield competition are: 1. The competition is open to ama- teur teams only. 2. Champion teams of each recog- nized league are eligible to compete. 3. The games shall 'be played un- der the rules of the English Football Association and English Cup compe- tition. 4. Independent referees will be ap- pointed for each game. 5. Gold medals will he given the winners, and silver medals for the ruimers-up. A special meeting of delegates from each province will be held in Toronto on Sept. 7. Lethbridge Moose Jaw 0 3 13 OTHER W. C. L. GAMES SASKATOON TAKE LAST GAME Regina, Aug. one game of Saturdays doublehea-der 'was' played on account of wet grounds in the af- ternoon. Saskatoon made it two out of three by winning a pitcher's battile. Two runs were put across in the first a scratch hit. After that neither was able to count. Skeels accepted 13 out of 14 chances. The expected transfer of the Regina ;eam and franchise was made on Sat- urday and Regina will play out the eason as scheduled. Regina 4 1 Saskatoon 3 1 Skeels and Mclntosh; Whisman and Davidson; Umpire Wheeler. ANOTHER .BUM GAME Brandon, Aug. Cow-Punch- ;rs claimed yesterday's game 15-3. Both teams did some heavy; slugging, feut loose work by the Angels in the leld, and Grayson being off color, ennitted thirteen Cow-punchers to loss the plate before Borleski ieved Gxayson in the 4th. Brandon 6 11 2 ;algary 15 2 Grayson, Borleski and Cooper; Man- ing and Stanley. Umpire Smith. will meet for the world's sculling cham piomship on the Zambesi river South Africa on the ISth of August. It is impossible to tell from this dis tance what form Arnst is in Although recent dispatches say he is in the pink of fettle. Barry went away prepared for the climax of his aquatic career. The coming championship meet has brought forward the name of William Beach, of Melbourne. Australia, who won the championship from Edward Hanlon, of Toronto, in a race on the Paramatta river, in Australia, and fended the title successfully against Jacob Gaudaur, of St. Louis, on the Thames. After this victory Beach (retired and turned 'the championship jover to H. E. Searle, a yo.ung Austra- lian oarsman, who defeated W. O'- Connor for the championship, theoi died. Some persons believed that Searle was a greater oarsman than Beach. There was, however, only lit- tle difference between Beach, Han- lon and Gaudaur when in their prime. i When Beach beat Hanlon in Australia Americans and Canadians thought the antipodean had a decided shade over Hanlon. inasmuch as the race was rowed over a course that Beach was thoroughly familiar with. Hanlon made the long trip for the race and had little or no acquaintance with the Paramatta river. Beach is now living a retired life. Tough for Yankees in 1912. There is bound to be rough sledding mpic program. It is noteworthy'that the changes under consideration are in events in which in the past Ameri- can athletes have decided su- premacy. Bar Fight Pictures in Africa- The international discussion over the Jeffries-Johnson fight pictures extended even to far away South Africa, where they were barred at Johannesburg, teaches a valuable lesson: Why advertise prize fights? In England and Europe the game is lomparatively safe, but' if my advice were asked as to the American situa- ion I would say: "Eliminate the moving pictures and hree-fourths of the newspaper adver- is-ing of boxing." That is the best way to settle the difficulty. I see no eason why the pictures -should be pro ibited in London. In certain parts of America race roits might have result- d, but here. British Sport Notes. The first gets of Spearmint, winner the 1906 Derby, were seen at the ecent Newmarket .stock sales, -when for the Yankees next Olympaid at Stockholm in 1912. It is pretty was paid for a browm yearling ed him. by St. Frisquin. A filly by Spearmint, out of a mare named The Message, brought A Dumber of horses from Clarence H. Mackay's stock farm near Lexington, Ky., were disposed of. 'Did yon hurt your hand, asked, casual like. 1 "'Not that time, Jeffie, nor says I, and -I lammed frn'm again.: to make sure ie 'comprenez-vous.' No Cold Here. "Once, when I missed him, the blow sliding off his huge, hairy chest, care- less like, J 'Jeff, you've .got cocoa-- nut oil on yen.' "He comes with: TTou ain't no fcold if you can smell .'that'.' good.' "I think, that it was lit tie I saw that his seconds had sent him after me; I checked them'with, a cheerful: "'Come right on, Jeff; let's mix 'All says !he. 'Then we two will arid we sure did. At the end of that round I knew I nad Jeff's number. _ Corbett Drew 'Some. "It amused me the way that fellow Corbett tried to get my goat. And, me, kiddo, I certainly put a rope around his Angora, before I was through. When we got .to the- end of that fatal fifteenth, Jim Corbett looked nearly as toad as poor Jeff, and twice as disappointed. Jeff, never mixed things so hot for me 'that I couldn't answer back to Corbett.. "I was in a clinch, plugging away at Jeff's ribs, when Coroett, in his A No. 1 sneer, said: 'Jim will make you show your yellow streak after a while.' One That Hurt. 'Then, we'll be in the same class, says I, still plugging away n the clinch. 'He certainly made you show plenty of yellow oacev "As the mill went I kept laugh- ng at Jeff. It was a good-natured" laugh, but it 'bothered Corbett. the old he cried to Jeff. 'It's a strong is what I pass- Richard Croker will have a number of entries in the Irish horse show, which will itake place -this month at Dublin. Sir Thomas Lipton will be the guest of Mr. Croker during the show. I am informed from Dublin that Mr. Croker wil sail for the United States early in October to spend the winter at Palm Beach. LOSE GAME WON BY THE MAROONS Winnipeg, Aug. Maroons closed the series by defeating Eski- mos in the afternoon contest, the evening game being called in the first owing to a sharp rain, saving I was Dell from a double trick. Fosberg. j the Maroon recruit, allowed 'but sixiasains hits and himself broke the tie in the will be ninth .by hitting a home run, ,but a man being on base already scored the winning ran and the hit counted! like for two bases. Vandine also featur- ed with two timely hits. Dell allow- ed but seven hits bur, only one error helped the Maroons. Winnipeg 7 0 .Edmonton 6 1 Fosborg and Kreitz: Dell and Spen- cer. Umpire Lougenecker. Ewry, America's three best point 'winners, will have ended their athletic days before 1912. There is no doubt that Americans still are improvins as athletes. There will be many favorable changes in the next two years. The Swedes and other nations also are coming along fast, and dr. will not be only the Britons who will have to be beaten as was the case in former Olympaids. Again. Hie odds in 1912 will be all against Uncle Sam. The Americans will be up against a combination The fact that Uncle Sammy has made therfest of the world's athletes look like a bunch of snovices in the past doesn't set well with the European crew. It was "anything to beat the Yankees" in London, and it will be even more so in Stockholm in 1912. The Swedes already have conspired with the Britons in an attempt to handicap the Yankees. This can. be gleaned from the changes in the judge by the reports abo.ut professional sprint racing in England just HOW tuS gallic Eliot tre licyuay of its bloom. The manager of the Pon-ty-pridd A. C. offered a purse of for a single race of 130 yards between Donaldson and Holway, the American. Donaldson 'wanted an additional -stake of ?1000 a side, but Holway thought it was too much. The American thought that a side was enough, and it is very probable that they wil race for that amount. The date will be early next month. Welsh, light weight champion of England, informs me in no uncertain terms in a letter from Ponty-pridd, Wales, that he has not definitely consented_ju> meet Abe Attell, the American feather weight champion. Hugh Mclntosh and George McDonald', two foreign promoters, attempted .to bring the negotiations to a close. 'Go on, Jeff, he's only Coribett. 'Great stall, it is, says I. "After the thirteenth round I did not kid him any more. I 'knew he was all in, and I didn't want people think I was a 'braggart I ended it as gently as I could and make sure. You see, Jeff had to >be done up ibrown To the last knock out there was al- ways a chance that he would come through with a wallop, and this color- ed fellow was taking no chances." SHAMROCKS WON FROM CORNWALL Cornwall, Ont., Aug. Colts were beaten again by the rejuvenat- ed Shamrocks after the most thrill- ing game of the season, being after the first quarter not merely a clever exhibition, but a fierce contest for supremacy. The Shamrocks scored twice in the first quarter, But each tallied in the next, half time score being Shamrocks 3, Cornwall 2. In the third quarter Mike Cummins, a youngster, scored his second goal of the game for tne Montrealers, the score 4-2. In the Cornwall attacked the last quarter Shamrock's goal en .masse and later had to con- centrate for their defence, but the Colts were not to be denied and scor- ed. In a desperate the score, the Cornwalls again attacked, but getting the ball after a vigorous defence, the Shamrocks beat out, Clark Cummins down and scored a minute before the whis- tle blew. Final score, Shamrocks, 5 i; Cornwalls, 3. Regina Leader Calgary does not make as much noise as Edmonton, but it is more businesslike. ;