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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDOE DAILY JTEWATJ) JFrldiiy, II, CHICAGO REGAINS FIRST PLACE S-POR-T-S TIGERS AND ATHLETICS LOST IABER GAVE CRANBROOK A CLOSE RUN Southern Alberta Basebal Champions Beaten by One Run (Special to The Herald.) Cranbrook, B. C., Aug. the '.best and closest game seen here this [season, Cranbrook defeated the Ta- her champions of. the Southern Al- berta league S to 5. The locals scor- ed one in the thml inning and this was all till the eighth when Taber got two. Tabor 000 000 S :i Cranbrook 001 000 S .1 Batteries: Gray and Pulley; 0'- ;Niels and Sullivan. Umpire: Duffy. JIM HEWER DEAD Gelph, Out.. Aug. H. Hewer, the well known old time base- 'ball enthusiast, died here yesterday. He played with the .famous Jlaple Leafs, in the days when they swept all before them. WOLGAST-McFARUAND BOUT Milwaukee, August that ar- rancpinents are complete for the Wol- for their seats In advance. gnst-McFarland contest, which will be held at the Coliseum in Milwaukee September, 15, the request for seats are greater than ever expected by the promoters. Frank Mulkhern anil liar Ian Zea, of the National A. C., are kept busy "daily opening letters and explain" ing why they cannot give ringside seats to every purchaser. Inquiries are coming from all parts of the Mid- dle U'est, and It Is a certainty that -the house will be sold out by the time the 15th gets around, unless there should be a falling off from now on. However there Is plenty of room at the Coliseum and tile view of the will be perfect from every part of the house. S.O.L Sgored Victory Over the Overseas in Friendly Match--2-0 A good crowd of football fans ga- thered on the Overseas grounds last night to witness the friendly match between the Overseas and the Sons! of England clubs. Although late in j starting, a good game was put up. full j of interesting features. The S. O. E. i had nearly their full team out, while tho Overseas line-up included several new men. After the first five min- utes the Englishmen got together in good style, and from a fine centre, ny Clayton, Capt. Ilolberton planked a fino shot, which Collier failed to save, tfntl the Sons were one up. i Shortly after, the Sunsiignln showed j their form, and an easy goal was j scored by A. Gurr. The Overseas woke tin to the fact it was time j they were taking a hand in the scoring, and on a rush Mullen put in shot which hit the post, and un a i scrim the ball was placed between, j but the whistle tad gone for off-side. Home, C. Chlswick and James were I playing a great game for the O. S. j and It was probably through their work that the score was not larger. and Boh Chlswlck were In I good form for the Sons and the i ialf back line [lilt in some excellent vork. Holberton came in contact witli Mullen to the former's disadvantage ind a broken nose appeared to be he result. R. Wilson refereed and a gtMxl game resulted In a win for the S. O. E. by 3 goals to nil. KNIGHT IS SURE ONE SWEET XH1GHT OF' THE HIGHLAHDEES. WINNIPEG SQUEALING Have Harsh Things to Say Of Western Canada League Boss In the following matter no per- son who has followed the Maroon club squabble and ihoir tactics, of course, will not. take them seriously. As a matter of fact. Winnipeg is in the debt of liie Western Canada League and cither will not or have not. the funds to meet their perforce all this hot air and '.bluff. President Eckstonu informs the Herald'thai if they do not come through by tomorrow drastic ac- tion will be taken against them. Winnipeg, August. in the j Western Canada Baseball iKtsuc are In a very much muddled comli- Willie the games are still nc- ill tiou ing played, one team has.taUod Uhdrawins from the while l.ie other has threatened to (lo so, I he i latter loam as everyone knows is the 'Maroon baseball team of this city. Business Manager Frank Bell lias several matters he woulfi "Jack" Knight, the clever short stop of the New Vork Highlanders, Is sure one sweet half player. Knight bas.bceii playingisevcral years, but is; onlv a kid, breaking into the. major league wlici: he was still schoolboy.; Knight at one time played with the champion Athletics. GEORGE.PERRY. IS.THE. REAL WHITE HOPE AfLeait'He wai the Victor in White Hope Elimination Contest New York, Aug. Six men. less him one-third of the number entered, bowed' up at the ringside tonight to articipate in the white hope tourna lent at the National Sporting Club. 'rom this number George Perry, a ennsylvania fighter, -was judged as le winner by the judges after be had utpoihted Bob Feeney and ('Dutch It will he wise for the fans Imriier of this city. x CHICAGO .COMES BACK Western Canada League Games ERRORS OF JUICY ORDER LOST GAME FOR 'PEG Edmonton, Aug. Three juicy er- 'rors by Hie Maroon outfielders with Kdmonton meu on were Iflrgeiy 'Veapousihie for the defeat, of Winni- 'peg ionicht rby the -score of seven to two. Apart from these the game was good exhibition. Dickinson of Ed- 'moiilon. the star twirler for the locals, was in the box, while Syfert delivered 'the slants for the visitors. The fea- Iture of the game wus a three-bagger by Kirkham. For the third night in succession under new management' '.Kdmanton lias played errorless ball, 'Tonight's win is the fifth in succes- MANNING CALGARY TO VICTORY Calgary, Aug. Good old .Man nlng- scored .another triumph for the Uronchos tonight there is glory to it when it conies to putting over such cheap rivals as the Angels. The score Reese'pitched for Urandon and 'was no puzzle. FARCE COMEDY '.Moose Jaw, Aug. of those farce comedy exhibitions which must often crop up when a weak team is opposing-another of twice its strength was played here last It is enpugh to say that the score waa 10-1 in favor of the Robins. Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features Great Body and Made in the Glenlivet ol Dijtillcriw in Scotland, (rom the finest o{ Scolch Barley. DIRECT FROM Craijellachic Glenlivet Distillery Co. Ln' can Had from C C MGNUELO WINE AND SPIRIT COY. 4Wr for fewfl mutt DiHrtct, Pittsburj, to initiil first place in the National league race this season lasted but one day. Pittsburg lost yesterday to Philadelphia, and as Chicago -won' theirs, resum- ed the leadership '.with.-a nine point -wUanHge New "iorl the only one of the five leaders not scheduled to play, remain- ed third, 17 points Piltsburg and. 23 points 'ahead of Philadelphia, .with which team tyiey begin an im- portant series today Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. C. Moose ;.Taw Calgary Edmonton Saskatoon Urandon 69 53 47 41 21 2G 46 42 til 66 .7117 .1171 .505 .49'4 .307 .275 Games in ihe Big Leagues NATIONAL Chicago 200 10 2 St. Louis 030 Oil 12 Batteries: Richter, Curtis, Brown and Archer: Salee, ermilk and Bliss. At 1'ittsbnrg .000 000 9 Philadelphia 000 110 00 11 Batteries: Lefield, Ferris and Gib- son: Moore, Chalmers, and aioran. No other .games schedultcd In the league. NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. Chicago Pittsbm-g New York Philadelphia SfLouis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston GO 61 38 37 89 40 60 80 .619 .610 straightened out; chief among which 's, the salary Question and this is their strongest ground for wanting to pull out of the league. I On several occasions the local management have wired the president, of the league asking questions, major and minor, but they have all practi- callv been left unanswered. This is wha't "makes the Maroons sore and has been thejfcccasiori for many strong sent to the head- ciuartc.rs of the league. _ On July 30 Frank Bell sent, a tele- gram to President asking his straight out. if Calgary, Edmon- ton and .Moose Jaw were within the salary -limit, and .carrying only, twelve men.: Ho finished the telegram by stating that if a favorable 'reply was received the local team would finish the season and if not they would be recalled. Tins telotrram was never answered, and on Saturday, Aug. telegram was sent inquiring the reason for not answering and domand- g an aswer to the Questions asked. Yesterday afteinoon .Mr. Hell receiv- 'ed the following message from', the [president, which appears to be very !vague: P. N. Bell; Maroon Baseball Club "Is this an official notice from >70 .054 .500 .388 AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Philadelphia Detroit Boston New York Cleveland Chicago Washington St. Urais 67 66 54 S3 53 51 42 .32 3G 39 51 52 53 52 68 72 -.651 .400 .314 Is this an official notice from you? Wire answer J. Eckstorm. Upon receiving' business manager his message' the of the .Maroons promptlysat dov.-n and despatched-ike following: C. J. Eckstorm, President Western Canada Baseball League. "Why don't you answer my ques- .tions instead of sidestepping. thuin We know the salary limit is f As a member of your league we ask production of affidavits froni the pros- dent, secrctairy and manager of the You're "Dead on the Wicket" and you'll be clean bowled out of endless smoke joy if you continue.to overlook Black Cat Cigarettes -710 10 cent. With never a break, from match to stump, all the delightful mellowness of pure tobacco is yours in each and every one of these straight Virginia cigarettes. The infinite pains to procure only selected leaves from the most famous southern tobacco minute care to perfect the delicatejblerid.'of which only we know the' j the dainty smoothness of these distinctive smokes.f" CABRERAS -x At Any Good Tobacconists MARCIANUS CIGARETTES, LimituJ. Montr JACK JOHNSON TO INVADE ANTIPODES Get Your Clothes Cleaned, tjy a fii'iTi who guarantee do the beet work you ever had done. French or dry cleaning and repairing. The Lct.hbrldge Cleaners 127 Round St. Phone 668. CHAMPION WILL PUT HIMSELF UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MclNTOSH, THE PRO- MOTER Milwaukee, Aug. lack Johnson, the colored 'Champion of profit of with an option of the world intends to. travel in style j his services for another 12 months on when he goes to Australia this fall, and determined tliat even the Rajah of trol of Johnson for the 12 months, guaranteeing him for that, time a net India will have nothing.on Jiim. John- son-is even going to .extremes, as to the extent .of comforts he wants dur- ihe same conditions. Johnson is matched here (London) with Tom Wolls, an outside syndicate having guaranteed him 000 of which is already up as a for- ng his trip lo the Antipodes which in j Johnson. The co'ntest will take great contrast to the way ho traveled .hre'e years ago, when he wag seeking place in September and immediately a-nmch with Tommy Burns in here in the variety business, eclipsing 'or the world's .title. Ill a letter received from Hugh D. llclntosh today the latter announces tliat he.ihas iron-clad con- tract with Johnson extending over 12 all records for the summer season. Sam McVea -is also taking two auto- mobiles with him, so you can imagine nonths; "wherein Ko'is obliged to fight Sam McVea, Sam Langford, Bill Lang ln they are ariv or any man living. Me is also mak- ng-a tour, through India and lapan oil his return from Australia, Moose Jaw, Calgary, and. Edmonton (and. will be. under the. direction of Official Grouser AMERICAN 'At Philadelphia ..100 020 00! 6 3 Chicago 8 .Morgan- and Livingston .Thoma'a. .Walsh and Sulilvvin. At Washington: 110 020 15 5 St. Louis 020 220 1 0 Batteries: Grootne and Street; Lake and Klrchell. At New York- New York 003 1i Detroit 5 .11 2 Boston not BChftuled They have sprung a new story the St. I.nliis is'Uiafc an "official .kicker" is selected -to bait the umpire'in each game. The player selected docs all' the howling, while tire others tend to -their" kait- tiqr3. al'e sa''' ''kc as-sigit- mcnt but Howry, who says he can play better ball when lie keeps quiet. The .story is probably a hot weather yarn. ._'clubs, showing the salary paid to each all the while. Johnson will player on each team also covering the saij rrpm London and will reach Syd- number of players about the mid'dlo of November. Bell." Johnson, through. Mclntosh ,has Mr. Bell received 'the following re- [secured the-finest suite of cabins AMSRICAN, ASSOCIATION gt paul ___.. 700 100 10 0 Milwaukee'....'. 100 000 4 in 1 Louisville Indianapolis Columbus Toledo 000 001 7 000 003 OOOr-3 i) 102 10 110 000 7 2 Minneapolis and Kansas City, poned on account of wot gtotindi EASTERN Rochester 100 000 Jcrsev Clt> 000 (JOO t Montreal Baltimore 000 3 1 JOO 100 8 2 Newark and garito CHANGE your brand for the Scotch Whi.key that deserves its high reputation. At all.lde.ler.. BUCHANAN'S ply from the President which shows that he has at last promised to do something. Prank Bell. Maroon Baseball -Club. Contracts recorded show Moose Jaw Calgary and Edmonton clubs within the limit. Have sent afffciavitr to all of them today requesting same to be executed without J Eckstorm. This presents a very amusing situa- tion. It also shows that things Have been a little slack in .the running of the league. It is a certainty- that all the three western clubs named- are over the salray limit and also carry ng more players than the league al- lows. For three cubs', pacing their salary limit of each a month, .would be a mild estimate. Then the big arises is that if the president says that the contracts recorded show' that these teams are within the salary limit.and'are carry only twelve men, where are the other contracts' board tiie royal mail steamship Or- itto, a crack steamer of the Orient and known as tho "bridal cham- bers." The colored Solomon is taking wit hhim three automobiles, which in- clude a new limousine, and 'a ninety- lorse power Austin, which were re- cently purchased by him in London. Bob Armstrong will accompany -him ilso'AIonte Cutler, hie valet and chauf- feur. Jack didn't, care anything about i valet three years ago, BO long as lie got his pork chops Mr. Mclutosh will have complete con DECOUFiBEY WANTS TO SETTLE CONTROVERSY he succeeds In boating Hilly, Mutt In the fifteen- round mill "which takes place at tho Auditorium rink on Aug. 12. Hilly De- states that he will claim the lightweight "championship, of Canada, as he considers that N'tltt. has the right to the title. DoCourBoy states hofore his recent bout with Null "In' Edmonton, that Lander, who also Is a claimant for the title, was very anxious for the bout, but that after the bout waa ov- er Lander was not again heard from. DeCoursey stated that the winner of the bout would fight Lander, and so decide .rega-dlns the rightful eh'amjiiW ing out. to the races: .1 am leaving for Australia this week, as [.intend to devote my time entirely to -.what will be the greatest boxing season in Australia ever known, if not in the world. With Jim Fiynn coming to Australia and also At Kaufman there should be some great doings, and if Flynn and Johnson shquld clash it will mean as big a house as when Tommy Burns fought the colored man for the title. I also have some great matches in sight for Jimmy Clabby and Tom Caponi, who, I understand, have 'been selected for me." Clee! but what a fine bunch of col- ored stars will be parading around Sydney's principal streets when John- son, McVea, Langford and Armstrong together. It -will surely make the natives of Sydney sit up and take, notice, and the white boxers will to look to their laurels.. 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