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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE- LiniE CHANGE IN CLUBS TODAY LET JTBK flAILY Mnitttty, RTS RAYMOND MAN TENNIS CHAMP. SUNDAY BASE Nnplsr Smith, of Raymond, Wins Provincial Honors Calgary Standing of Clubs Today Taber and Pass Town Engage in Classy Struggle Game of Expectation and Doubt Close Score Fernle 13 -The dullne.. of mlpht be said to Do a enrncst- 1 mediate nine and the ti Taher, who have Cranbrooli all star com of surprise, by fifing the oucb hoWmg another score to their side of the laJley and two of Fernir batters had gone down before the wicked r.vlrls i of McComums. when Brown, who was j at bat sent ;i fly out to centre, and i looked HUe a score on a home run until Gillespie called the runnor out aa he passed the home ptate, as Pul- j lev pulled in the long throw from the Fernle Ms, but they were put j co'mrc upon their mettle from the start and j Bnt tbc urapjrc stood liy bis decle- hcd to plr.y ball from tho beginning. mlll tne ganie ended with the Calgary. Aug. Smith, of i'-.iymond, Alia., Is the new tennis champion of the province1, defeating R. T. Holninn In the seml-flntila Sat- urday, and iheu ill tho after- noon defeating Archie Toolo, thp lor.il city champion, for the provincial chonljlocshlp. Napier Smith had to play his hardest to win both sets, it taking three sets to decide tho first and four for the t'inal. It was the fastest tennis seen on Calgary courts for n long time, and the large crowd of spec- tators cheered the good play- ing on each side to the echo. Games in the Big Leagues WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. C. .Moose Jaw...... 71 22 .764 i 53 .GS.t Wlnnlpe'g....... -IS 47 Edmonton...... 42 43 .494 Baskaloou 2S 03 .303 lirandon........ 25 69 .280 I j Chicago I'lttsburg Neu- York Hliilndelnhia SI. Louis Cincinnati 1 lirooklyn i Hostxi n NATIONAL Won Ixist P. C. 5S 56 46 39 24 37 40 41 14 47 SC 62 60 .82G .616 .580 .565 .544 .451 .336 .256 even scores. This was another sood game, Taber winning Evidently the Taberites expected an easv mark when they r.in up against i FINED FOR ROWDYISM in favor of Taber. Manager Wm. Dryan of the home In- SCOj.0 tcrmedlates proved to he no slouch, A few more games like that, of an organizer, and the Taber uoys of the nreju- j that they l.iui were somewhat surprised to sea such j Sunday ball here and the as 'e I'Fernie intermediates would be pro- moted to the head of the local lea- A Riot Goes With Every Game These Teams Play Plttsburg, Pa., Aug. on i the Coal Valley team explained today before Justice ot the Peace Gibbon AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Philadelphia Detroit Boston New York Cleveland Chicago Washington Bt. Louis .-54 54 37 40 53 54 .509 .500 .495 .4fl5 .407 .318 veterans as Con Whelan and Brown, of the old Fernie Scouta, lined op :he intermediates. Bat all being j Tne Attendance was. not large tports. they murmured not, and took enthusiastic. their medicine without a squeal The baiterieg were: Wallace and M'helan for Fernie, and McCommtis Pulley for Taller. A. A. Gillespie umpired the gsme with satisfaction, except when ho gave a decision at the critical point in the game, which seemed to be rather raw to the Taber boys, as they thought he had favored the Fernieites when, a decision calling a Taber run- EDDY DURHAM AND ner out at second 'base rendered the Frore at the eml of tbe eighth Inning. JACK HACHETT AGREE is the reason they gave for mauling an umpire, pummelling their old ene- mies, the Glassports, all over the lot. wrecking the creaky old bleachers and raising tarnation generally the other 4ay. Fifty rioters were ar- raigned and among them were fans, who were fined each. Coal Valley and Glassport played First of Y.M.CA. Championships Tonight lit at tho Athletic Park the first four events of the Y. M. C. A. championship will take place viz: The 220 yard dash, the high jump. uoai vanuy aim itiannijuiL zzo yard cne nis" Tho -.rHclp-i of' Satnrilav lor the first time in three the hammer, jmile event. All articles 01 ____ .r, aiiclHheVe is no.adialssion Toronto, Aug. agreement for the boat race for the championship of Amr-rica bet veen .HcK Hackett and Eddie Durham have been received here duly signed by the for- mer, and seems to meet the deamds of the Toronto sculler. The conditions rears. On the former occasion two teams engaged in a riot. the are welcome andUheVe.i 'ee. for the race of three miles on the Rainy River, Thursday Septem- ber 7. The referee, who is to mutually agree upon, Is .to name the starter. After tl'.i-s the game took on what The race is for Jl.OOO a side. SHAMROCK'S FALLEN SLORY .Montreal, Aug. a very punk same of lacrosse yesterday Toronto won from the Shamrocks, 7 to 2. There was a poor gate. .ti J Nationals MR. JOHN H. SCHULTZ Practical Demonstrator for the Famous 20TH CENTURY BRAND CLOTHES Will Spend and Wednesday at the Furnishing Store of CORNELL TRAVIS Their Sole Agents He will have with him Models of all the Forty-three TsTew and Correct, Styles in Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats, clcpict- jug every type of tnll. the short, the stoilt.j'lie lean, illiisti-ating'with-what ease the various types may he Fitted with that style best, suited to the distinctive requiiTinciils of each. Tin's is an educational treat along the lines of correct dress- ing, and when put forth by an establishment whose ideals have been to that goal of Clothes Perfection which typifies the.great 20tli Century Clothing; and places them in a class by themslves. Thus we invite every man in Lethhridge to come to our store on Tuesday and Wednesday and- learn all about this wonderful CENTURY CLOTHING Mr. ShulU also carries n full range of New Fall and Winter Samples, and during his two days' stay will take measures for Special Suits or Overcoats. Don't, miss this opportunity. Come, see and be convinced. NATIONAL Hoston SOU 002 13 1 Brooklyn 000 010 4 2 Pordue and Kllng; Burger, Scuulkn, Schardt and Bergsn. Second Uoeton 022 Oil 10 1 Hrooklyn OH 016 12 1 Weaver. Mattern and Rartdan; Knetzer, Hucker and Brwin. Now York 000 000 4 4 Philadelphia 000 000 8 0 Araei, Crandall and Myers l Chil- mers and Moran. Cincinnati 000 000 4 2 HIttsnurg...... 200 010 S 1 Keefo and Clarke; Sleele and Gib- con. (Sundiy) Cincinnati .....000 300 7 1 Plltsburg......000 000 3 1 Qaspar and -McLean; Ccmnita, Phtl- llppl and Simon. Second Cincinnati .....001 100 9 1 Pittsburg...... 010 010 13 0 Smith and Clarke; Leilield and Uibson. Chicago ........232 000 S .0 St. Louis 000 001 4 0 Cole and Archer: Steele, Goldon. McAdams and Bliss. Second Chicago 000 001 6 1 St. Louis...... 000 000 4 1 Riclie and Archer; Bailee and Bliss. 'on From Indians Toronto, Aug. 13.-jiThe Tecumsehs and their a rude shock yesterday at the .island, when the Na- tionals sprang a surprise and defeat- ed the Indians by taking the lead whirlwind playing in the first quar- ter and never It. Toron- to's interest in lacrosse was amply de- monstrated for about.. personi gathered to see the game. The Te- cumsehs fought a. fight but could not ovarlake their oppon- ents. r CORINTHIANS WIN Montreal, Aug. the Corinthian team, .the famous British soccer team walked off the field with an eight to nothing victory over the sll-Montreal team 'today, tho game, especially in the first half was mneh more closely contested that the scoro would indicate. But for really bad shooting mingled with a little hard luck the all-Montreals should have had three or four goals to their cre- dit. AMERICAN Detroit 000 000 9 4 Chicago 000 010 14 2 Works, Lafltte and Stanage; Scott, Walsh and Payne. Cleveland 000. 000 9 1 000 002 7 0 Gregg, Mitchell and Fisher; Pelty and Stephens. Washington 000 000 6 1 New York 200 001- S 0 Cashion and Street; Fisher and awecney. Philadelphia 000 10 1. Boston ..........000 001 10 2 Plank and Thomas; Killilay, Hall and Carrigan. (Sunday) Chicago.......'bOl OOP 4 1 Detroit 230 103 12 0 White, and Sullivan: Jlnllln and Bt. Louis 004 030 14 Cleveland ......000 010 10 4 Powell and -Clark; Falkenberg, Ka- ler and Fisher. Second St. Louis ___.. 100 000 54 Cleveland 200 120 13 1 Lake, Hamilton and Stephens: Krapp and Fisher. No other games scheduled in the American yesterday. RANGERS VISIT GRASSY LAKE TOMORROW Tiie Lethhridge Rangers who play at Grasoy Lake tomorrow'evening will meet it the station at p.m. Ploj commences about 6 o'clock. The fol will be the team: M. Meln Bannermun and Easton, Hutton Bi-adshaw and Hrennan, Moore, Pago Clemenson, Cameron and Martin; re ocrve Linning. CORNELL TRAVIS Sole Agents flOth Century 5th St., opp. Starland PLAYERS Per Packet Western Canada League Qames FOURTEEN INNINGS GAME ENDED TIE Winnipeg Boat Edmonton in the Sec- Game 6-r4 Edmonton, Aug. feature of the double-header today, between Winnipeg and Edmonton was-the-pit- ching of Glass, the Maroon's twlrler, who repeated the performance of a week -ago at Moose occupied, the mound at both games, pitching 22. innings in all.. The first game was called in the 14th with the score s.Ix and the'second went to Winnipeg with the score six to Tour. Both con- tests were thrillers 'and varied with, both brilliant and poor playing. Hein-1 rich, late of Brandon, started' out for Edmonton' in the afternoon but was replaced by Dickinson in the tenth. The latter started out in evening game but .Vandine and Bend- er each took a turn as Dickinson was not able to stand the hitting of .the Maroons. FOOTBALL EXHIBITION The S. 0. B. ami the Forresters .play a friendly game of football In Overseas grounds tonicrht for some i practice In anticipation of neit Sat- lunlfty's game with Plncher Creek. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Jlinneaiiolis .120 000 101 000 12 2 Milwaukee 001 16 3 at Paul 000 000 4 0 Kansas City 110 002 12 0 Columbus 001 000 5 1 Toledo........ 6 3 Louisville 105 000 13 2 Indianapolis 000 000 5 1 (Sunday) St. Paul 300 7 1 Kansas City 000 010 4 1 Louisville 300 200 6 12 5 Columbus .....000 10 0 Indianapolis 200 010 11 0 Toledo 000 010 9 0 Mlnnnapolis 100 000 7 2 Milwaukee 000 000 2 .1 CALGABY WON DOUlki-HEADER, Brandon the Steals Home and Wins Game Calgary, Aug. Bronchos iflok ;both.ends of a double-header on Ka'tnrday from the Angels. The scores wero 4 to 3 and 7 to 2.. The afternoon game was the best exhibition that has been put up I) CORNWALL COLTS STUCK IT OVER Cornwall, Aug. lost cofcy the last X. L. TJ. when they allowed themselves to .be beaten by the Cornwall Colts by 6 goals to 4. On the afternoon's play the better team won, for while Montreal shared the play evenly with the home team in the first half of the game, the Colts, SLUSH 9t Lotiii Hutbind Trlei eulcldt Bo-. cauin Klrnd Huggsd Him Too Much St. Louli. Mo., H. Mckerson, of 4642 V4rnon avenue, who ilathed the of MB wrfetl lait night in an attempt to Hd hta life, said today at the City hotpltnj truil ue tried to kill htmKlf bin wife was too Bffecttonate. Xlckerfton has heen marrtod only acven monUis. "I am fond of my he said, "Mid I want her hMid of But there Is a limit to all thlnci. See wantg to alt upon my lap cotHlnuallr and hug and kits me. If I (tand uttt atandu np, IM, ptaon ber aftont me and until I can hardly brontln. H EASTERN Buffalo 000 100 11 1 Newark 010 000 9 2 Toronto 001 001 3 3 Baltimore ___. 012 300 9 0 Second game- Toronto 002 002 5 i Baltimore 000 000 5 0 Montreal 2JO 000 9 Jersey City 000 000 OOOr-0 3 Second Montreal 000 090 000 10 Jersey City 000 000 000 7 Rochester 003 010 11 Providence MO 000 i (ftunday) 000 000 t Newark MO 7 100 T Jersey City IHKi Second Montreal 001 T city 004 i Kochester 102 000 800-4 the visitors during their Ttstt, but Le- zie was too. much for the Brandon1 team and ajlowed only two hits. 'Borleski'-pitched good ball tout three, hits in: a row in second inning spoiled ariy that the Angels of''winning-'the jame.'' Two Ctl-' gary and a hit in the flflth inn- ing tied the In tbe Calvaiy half of this same inning Larry Piper ma'dc a clean steal home and won ihe ganie. Davis' made' a hare-Imndeif catch of ''a Mine drive in the first Inn- Ing of game" 'that drew the plauYe-oTair'' J The evening game was featureless, except for two double "plays made by "The same men partici- pated in both of them, Roddick, Glook- ner'arid Five hits In the fifth inning cinched the1 game for the lo- cals who scored a -run from each hit. boOBL'E HEADER DIVIDED Saskatoon Won' First in a Walk and Lost SeeprMi Moose Jaw, Aug. Robins divided rather a farcical double head: er, tie .Berryplckers winning the first 15 to 3 and los.lng.the evening game 9 to 4." "_. The first: was simply a) ana tun match, a point on which flobfell excel.- In the second tame the qml- Hy of play was better than the score shows unless analyzed. had a decided advantage In the third and fourth quartern. This waa' In no small extent due to the heavier penal- ties suffered by the windwheel play- ers, who spent forty minutes on the [encc during this half of the game. The game was a good one to watch, in fact there were those among the three hundred odd excursionists who; went to Cornwall who said that It waa the heat match so far this year. Wine Spirit LkTHIHIOOI ;