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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LETnBKIDGE DAILY I LIVE NEWS OF THE SPEED REAIM Satiirila.v, Anpihl 191.1 SPOR-T-S TABER HANDEDflNE BEATING Cranbrook Baseball Aggregation Gave Southern Alberta Champions Dose of Same Medicine Administered to lethbridge Team (Special to the Herald) .game, though Interspersed with flash- Cranbrook, Aug. as the es of Soocl I'UndlMrg, the local Lethbridge team suffered complete i "llowe" bllt tour i rtiic Uerg. Taber's acquisition from route a week ago here at the hands i w.arnel. Iv.ls (or of the Cranbrook speed hoys, so did lilugles, which netted twelve runs, the Taber nine, champions of the, iTorgnn and Adnntson of Craiibrook Southern Albena Disirict League, go j lilt the lull hard, the former making down before them today by j a homer anil the latter two triples.' Taber didn't show jhe same class j The score: In; today's game they did yester-j Taber 010 000 244] day, neither did Craubrook. but the i t'ranbrook 103 401 03.x__12 S tatter were not called upon to e.x- j Uerg and Pulley; Lundbberg and tend themselves. It was a ragged Sullivan. Here's Just the Cigar You're Waiting for KNOCKOUT THEN POLICE BROKE INTO CLUB BUT FAILED TO MAKE AN ARREST Chicago, Aug. the first time in many months a prize fight, which went to the knockout, wns field in the city limits hist night. Hefore about 150 spectators Willie BchaefTer and "Drumstick" Duffy, io- o.il lightweights, fought on the south Bitie. ,Jn the sixth round Just ns the referee hail counted nine over the Duffy, the police hrohe into the club room. As they leaped over the ropes the referee counted ten and continued to flee. There were no ar- rests, even the principals escaped. Boxing Match Here Fair Day The "fistania fans" of Lethbridge to be served a rare ireat Thursday 24th in the -Majestic Thea- tre it having just been arranged 'to have Mark Nelson of Minot, X. D, meet Roy George here in a fifteen round exhibition bout on ilm date. Xelsou is a. well seasoned and ex perienced welter, having just taken part In over a hundred matches, but as they are to meet at catch weight the local boy had no hesitation in ac- cepting Nelson's challenge as he is COBB SETS ANOTHER WORLD'S RECORD Ty Cobb has set another world's record by scoring 100 runs in 34 games. Last year he was the only man in the American league to score 100 times ill the season of 154 games.' lie made 106 runs last year and the nearest men 10 him were Lajoie of1 Cleveland and Speaker of Boston, with 92 each. Now Cobb, who has been going like a -whirlwind all of this sea- son, has already scored as many rims as he did all of last year and the year is only two-thirds over. Cobb has scored over 100 runs in each of the last three sessions. Ho dirt not do so in 1907 and 190S because he was batting behind L'am Crawford and driving Sam a- rotiud more than he scored himself. In 1909 Jennings changed the batting order of the Tigers and placed Ccbb in front of Craw- ford. That year he scored 116 runs. "f-, A of Pure nilvn In Every Pnl'l' The Memory Lingers Havana dinars are hand made by skilled work- men who learned their trade In the 'sland of C'ubn and only the selected leaves of Hie choices: Im- ported tobacco are used In thuir The result is a cigar of rare .lust try one. You'll like the exquisite Ihvor and uluasant aroma of Baled Havanas -and the flavor never ahvavs the smile mootn, sweet and mellow. No matter what brand you're smoking now, stop in the next cigar store and got a Baled Havana, lou II miss a rare treat if you don't. JOSE CASTE COMPANY Mfri. of Baled Moro- Mi Linda 19-26 King St., London, Ont. Western Canada League Games SOMETHING ABOUT OTOOLE THE BEAUTY .Marty O'Tpolo, in lilo lust 11 Karoes, has, struck .out 132 lint- tore, hn avcl'flgp of T2 to tiio game. His liist six games he luis 13. J'resident Leiinon of the St. 1'mil club, thinks Marly will be as a vvpmlor as Colo, Ford or Alexander. Geo. Tebeau says (hat Barney Drey- fuss was I'oulisli lo pay so much money .for O'TooIo. Rut then George "did not get thu money. PATSY KLINE A BUSY BOXER FELL Five Hundred Feet and Got Off With Broken Leg and Sprain Chicago, Ans. J. Joyce, I fell fiOO feet yesterday while j naking a flight in n biplane at Haw- honie race track and received only light injuries. When he lieachcd n eight of about 500 feet his engine ttddenly went dead. The machine tarted downward. A trolley wire necked the descent and the aviatoi imped and escaped with a 'broken a sprained ankle and cuts about 5 face. The 'biplane Was complete wrecked. KUKE. "Palsy" Kline, the clever Nenrk, N. J, featherweight, lias been matched Id rncci "Frunkie" Gonlcy [it Us Angcloi on August 30. He Is also lo ininflo willi 'be" Alandot for twenty rofmtls in Xew Orleans on September 1. "I'nisy" aspires to llie featherweight championship uud Is a sure tnougli busy kid. OAME LAWS Of WESTERN CANADA A until liitle booklet comiilleil or I'lislumors (o Ml the vest pocket, containing Biiiim' laws of Sns- kiilclioiviin. Allioi'ln, JJrltlsh Co- Itinibla and Ontario, also Information to the snorts man. Tills booklet will bo glad- i.v mailed with our compliment! to nny desiring sumo: Tho Can- "ul Good8 in the Big Leagues and Ainsmitli; Caldwell BRONCHOS PERFECT FIELDING WON GAME Calgary, Aug. li- ke part of the FORD PITCHED quite confident that he can stop the Dakotan in a fifteen round go A GREAT GAME Edmonton, Alia., Aug. Ks kimos tqok another from tile Ma- roons tonight by the score of five to onc.> II. should have'been a shutout Wagner Advances a Bright Scheme Hans of the Pirates has a plan which Is submitted to President Lynch for what it is worth. Wagner wants the president to appoint au of- fielding on Bronchos held the I Angels to one run last night. t The i for young Ford, the Edmonton twirl- lone tally was a homer by Roddick....... Barnstead was hit pretty freely but pulled himself out of several bad holes Brandon had eight men The work of Flanagan in right field was the feature of the day. Fiv- er, hut a wild throw to the bleachers by .Hills, who was lining jn at siiortj is ill, allowed Kruegcr to left on bases. liaEs on what should have been an easy out. He scored Winni- pntonts were his record, most n! them being accomplished after hard runn- c. ing. -Dollar pitched a eamp ficia, scorer of umpires. cept (he He suggests that a man be named cho, f" n for each game and that he be given I 'h'em :he best posible position in the j which cleared the English Cricket London, Aug. following the results of cricket games con- cluded today; Aliddlese.x beat Surrey .by an inning and 24 runs. Kssex beat Notts .ay an inning and 16 runs. Northamptonshire beat Sussex by 13S runs. Leicestershire beat Yorkshire by an Inning and 20 runs Lancashire beat Kent by nine wlek- tts. sland to see balls and strikes as well' is base decisions. His duty would I be to record every decision giving the scorer's Opinion as to whether correct or not. The rule, Wagner says should be to give the umpire the benefit of the doubt, just as Is done with base-' runners and score an accepted chance unless a palpable error be made. The scorer at the completion of the game 'he score: tirandon............ Calgary Dellar and Custer; Havid-son. 000 001 400 001 01 Barnstead and lor. only run on a single by Tay- FtOBiNS PLAYED HAVOCC Moose Jaw. Sask., Aug. Rohin Moods defeated'the Berry Pick- in an uninteresting game. Saska- toon used two pitchers, and both were hit hard. Saskatoon secured ten hits off Xaverson.'hut were able to win Hie game, tlic fmal_sco being 15 to S in favor of Moose Ja would total the accepted chances and the errors, and submit bis report to tha president. Wagner's theory is that the umpires try to get the decisions -iglu. but just like some players are careless at time's. He believed there would he better umpiring if the mem- bers of the staff knew that a fair, un- ing each game. RUSSIAN LION SAILS_FOR U. S. Chicago. Aug. Hatiken- schmidt sailed from England for the United Slates to meet j Prank Gotch for the wrestling r.iiarn- pionihlp on Sept. 4 at Coinlskcy Dall Old Smuggler Features: Great Body and Age t Made in the Glenlivct Disirict of Distilleries in Scotland, [rom the finest of Scotch Burlcy. Distillery Co. BANFFSIIIE, "'ES rark' Hc wl" lre accompanied'by .0 the president of the league after RoIIel% who chlef of Russian's camp, .lohan Koch, a Ger- man wrestler and strong man, a Rus- sian masseur and a German chef. Hack will sail on the Olympic. While ou the voyage across the ocean Hack train daily in th gymnasium on the steamship. H. also will take his daily plunge In se; water in the tank aboard ship. Manager Cm-ley last night reeeii eel a letter from Roller unno.uncins the details of the trip. "Never sa-w man have so much endurance an strength." wrote Holler. "He weigh ed 235 pounds today. The Gotch peo )lo will stare when they see how ban -lack looks." Supplies ctn bt ftflfi from C C. PAONVELO WINE AND SPIMT COT., 6ofe JFttntii ftf Cwvn rtni District. If encouraging reports are receive! rom the Hack camp .Manager Klank s not to be outdone in tile exploita- ion of his Iowa charge. "Gotch nev- r looked in better writes "He could -whip three Hacks 11 in tho same ring right now. He is o anxious to get into the HIIK that o has to be reminded at times to put n the brakes In his training'.' iNOTHER FRIENDLY GAME MONPAY EVENINO The A.O.F. and S.O.B. will meet In friendly game on Monday on the ivcraeas ground. Both teams are Eellini! ready for tho charity matches and will turn out in full strength. 8. O. E. team: t'olcs, Chlswlck, Firth, Willols, Hoi- berlon. Pearson. Clarke, Kaiinchrx.l. Uurr. A. Ourr and Clayton, llcscrves Uxland and ONE OF COBB'S TRICKS Detroit Outfielder Uses Old Method Fooling Pitcher New York Sun: Did yoii watch T Cobb at bat when a plcher had ssrve three wide ones at him? Ever wonde why he isn't still -when it's a moment for flie opposing boxmai When Ty swings his bat and grabs handful of dust just before the pitcl or delivers the lasl ball Ihere is purpose behind the riser outfielder' actions. The fear of hitting the ba ter often causes the pitcher f. tliroi what Cobb wants, rt's on nf his many tricks. However, it's no an original one. BURMAN SETS MOTOR RECORD Pilot of 200 Horse Power Car Eitab liihes Mark of 1.08 for Mile on Hjif Mile Track Scranton, Pa., Aug. Dur man driving his 200 horse power Blitzen Heiiz, established a new ree orrt for a mile on a -half mile track, covering the distance in 1.08, Ivo fifths of a second better than the rec- ord. In the half mile time trials 'Bur- man came within one-fifth of a sec- ond of equalling the world's record if .34 1-5, going around the track in 34 2-5. FLYERS Assemble in Chicago for Great Meet; Get Paid by the Minute Chicago, Aug. nil the better' known American aviators and a dozen foreign flyers are here to- night, ready for the opening of (ho international aviation meeting tomor- More.' than fifty machines of already are here, and ready for start [or the daily dura- tion event at three o'clock. A special U. S. weather forecast tonight.prom- ised only lightest or winds, ami fairest of weather during the days the meet will last. Although trial flights planned today the only ascent DILLONJECLINED To Take Hugh Mclntoih'i Offer For Trip Abroad Indianapolis, Ind.. Aug. Di Ion, Indianapolis middle weigh! tc day declined the offer of Hugh Alcli tosh to go to Australia for the year. He has a guarantee of ja 50 and 30 per cent, of (he receipts froi his fights during the year. He poste a forfeit to make good his end of th "outract. He loses the forfeit, but he has re celved some fine offers from a club a N'ew Orleans, which is arranglni Hatches for him with Eddie JlcOoorty 'rank Klaus and Billy Papke. lie wi'l meet JJcGoorty early in the autumn a New Orleans. His next bout will be with Klaus, and he expects to mee Pnpke before the first of next year. Dillon was afrnltl that he would gain so much weight during the Australian trip that he would be compelled to Hewantstoremainintliemiddle th th nr fight in the light-heavyweight division. He wants to remain in the middle- weight class In hopes of winning the championship. He is now weighing about 155, but he easily makes 150. lie is 20 vears old, and was by James Ward, who rose at 3.20 during the afternoon and swept over in order to gain a fighting in better form than ever. He has a number of min- or engagements for tiic next few Lake .Michigan in order to gain a vvpeks. but.he figures that his bouts pilot's license. McGoorty and Klaus will deter- The financial returns to the he ls to be considered ors themselves will be in direct pro- ichwpioS" portion to the amount of actual timo I they remain in the air. This plan] was adopted as the most likely to Insure efforts for records. As an spiraflon to make continued attempts to go higher and further each aviator will receive ?2 a. minute while in the AMERICAN _ ihiiiKton 300 000 11 o sow 100 000 4 rj -'ohnson and street; Quinn Second game, 11 Vash.ingl.on 100 100 000 3 ew York 000 OH 000 Hughes nd Blair. hlladelphia 233 200 13 l cston 000 311 000- 5 12 4 Bender and Thomas; Wood, McHal. i folte and CarriBaii. Se'coml 1'liiladclphia 001 100 10 l 001 020 8 1 Krause, Danforth and Thomas; R. Pape, Hall and Currigan. No other games scheduled in the American League. NATIONAL Vorl[ .....220 000 llx-5 11 0 Philadelphia 000 000 11 5 Mathewson and Myers; Burns and -Madden. :incinn-ati Pitts-burg Suggs and McLean; Adamn Gibson. Boston 000 240 7 3 Irookiyn oil 010 6 i Brown and Klingr; Burke, Schardt ind Rngan and Erwln. Chicago at St. Louis, no game, wet Tounds. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION linnonpolis Illwaiikee t. Paul City olnmbus oledo ouisvllle dianapoiis 101 100 000 012 000 000 100 000 300 010 22i -8 13 000 002 8 101 010 6 310 100 15 air. this in addition to the cash prizes for the winners of events. Generally the nine days' program inclutles a daily duration test, a daily speed con- test for both monoplane and biplanes, R cross country over water event and an altitude event, in addition to these are numerous passenger carrying and trick flying contests scheduled. The announcement yesterday that the Wright brothers had entered their machines has given a decided inipo- us to tlio preparations, and most of rival aria torn spent the day giving inal touches to their machines. To LACROSSE IN CALIFOJVIA iftalo___ iwark Rochester .I'rovidence Toronto Baltimore EASTERN oio ooo 010 030 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 020 SAN MATEO AND ur WILL PULL OFF SERIES OF GAMES San Francisco, Aug. lying lormant for some years, the Canadian National game of lacrosse is to be re- vived in this vicinity. The game a ew years ago had a large following lere and a league was formed for Mm ihampionstllp. The last league series ilayed was in I SOS, when the team represenling the Olympic Club won light all are guarded with watchful are and special pains are taken .to ee that no unforseen mishap occurs o mar the start tomorrow. This Is le first competition in which Wright eroplanes have been entered. he pennant and the championship. The revival of the game has cansei T la slir among old lacrosse players o, Mie Pastime club. End for the last few days more than 30 former players have been practicing hard every afternoon nt the Presidio Athletic grounds in preparation for the first game against the San Mateo team. cGRAW STILL HAS CONFIDENCE iants' Leader Banking on Great Fin- ish by Mathewson John Mcf.raw's confidence in the ants remains unshaken. "We e fastest team on the base PROGRESS OF PROPOSED WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE Montreal, Aug.. Patrick, the.hockey star, who arrived hers from the Pacific coast a few days ago Chicago I'lttaburg have I ami whose interviews with local Philadelphia ers have been arousing much curios- St. Louie CANADIAN St. Thomas.................4 Braulford................., 7 Hamilton 2 Gnelph 5 Berlin l London 2 Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. O. .Moose Jaw 70 21 ,76i) Calgary 54 2G .676 Winnipeg 47 47 .600 Edmonton 42 42 .500 Haskntuon...... 27 62 .303 Brandon........ 25 67 .272 NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. UKUII itruuHiiig much curios- St. Louie nn" ,n announced today that his visit Cincinnati amZuk of Sign. Brooklyn Quenches the thirtt in a wholesome and does the and kidneys flAtl not med- icine but health. disappointment lo me and I am not h wl" this wintc counting on him at all. Crandall, Marqunnl. Ames and Wlltse have shown enough form to enable me to save Matty. When the race gets hotter, along about (he first of Au- gust, watch Malty go In there and work his head off. He IT to make a wonderful fluUh." Get Your Clothei denned by n firm who tn the beet work yon ever had