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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 7.7ft TICKING ALL STAR WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE BALL TEAM 'League Contains Many Star Players Who When Playing as a Team Would Prove a Hard Aggregation to Press Selection of of the Best Nine Available The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, Ang, Page 5 (By W. J. F.. in the Winnipeg Free Press.) Seeing that the western papers are getting busy with their All Star West- ern Canada league teams, in which they do not fail to pass up many o the players from their own team when making the choice, a selection from ;this end of the circuit would not b out-of the way. Well, after watchin all the teams of the league work i: games on the River Park diamond and judging from their performance here, I would pick the following ai about the best that can be gotten to gether out of the material available in the league, and to hat in tie orde named. Schaefer, Saskatoon, right "field. Kruegeir, Winnipeg, second base. Clynes, ..Calgary, left field. .Smith, Ca3gary, third base. Beatty, Winnipeg, first base, Edmonton, short stop. Moose Jaw, centre field. Lethbridge, catcher. Pitchers: Collins, Winnipeg; Dellar, Edmonton; Heinrich, Brandon, and Skeels, Regina. Spare catcher, Cooper, Brandon. Paddock, Calgary. Of course there will be many differ fro'm my selection and every reason is welcome to his or her own thoughts, but, from watching the men work dur- ing the season's play the above bunch would make a pretty hoc proposition for any -B class organization. The players-are mostly experienced in all the finer points of the game, and have the natural ability to. do the right thing at- the right moment. Many will wonder why Schaefer ig chosen for right field. Well, this gem as about the fastest, boy in the league and his ability to reach first base would make him a valuable man to lead off. Krueger covers more ground ihan any other second baseman in the league and though he is not playing that position now it is his natural place. Besides being fast he is a good hitter, clouting over the 250 mark His ability to bunt makes him a val- uable man to go ,up second on the list. Clynes earns the left field position easily, as his batting and fielding is the best in the league. Smith of Cal- BIG LEAGUE GAMES ASSOCIATION At St. St. Paul 810 000 2 Minneapolis .002 020 4 50 13 12 Batteries Chech, Gehring and Pierce Sage, Altrock and Owens. Umpires, Bierhalter and Cusick. At Kansas (First Kansas City 000 000 0 31 Milwaukee 1 41 Batteries Brandon and James Schardt and Marshall. Second Kansas City ....IOC 002 443 Milwaukee 100 200 574 Kaus, Owen and James; Schardt and Ludwig. Umpire, Fergu- son. At Louisville- Louisville 000 001 242 Indianapolis 000 000 I t> 3 Weaver and. Allen .Chen- AMERICAN Sunday New York and Chicago divided a double header at Chicago, the locals winning the first game 4 to 1, aad Stalling's team the second, 5 to 1. At New York ......000 000 140 Chicago .........000 000 4 15 2 Batteries Hughes and Sweeney Lange, Walsh and Sullivan. Umpires, Evans and Collillower. Second game- New York ......000 500 5 6' 2 Chicago .........000 000 172 and Criger; Walsh, Young, Olmstead and Block. Umpires, Colliflower and Evans. NATIONAL Saturday At Boston (1st RH E ey and Karin. Umpires, Owens and Bush. At, Toledo- Toledo ....100 001 000 olumbus ..101 000 .010 3 13 11 gary, though' not a sensational fielder, hits the ball so hard that he has all the -third baseman beaten. There may be a difference of opinion regarding the first baseman position. Every team in the league is gifted with star custo- dians and nearly any one of the eight would fill the position acceptably. However, after watching Beatty per- form here there is not much mistake made in' putting him on the initial sack. He is batting, around the -275 his fielding, is all that could be desired. He has more speed than any other man covering the base in the league, which makes him a more dangerous man on account of his ability to go around the sacks so fast. Spencer is Good Spencer is easily -the best short stop in the league, not only as a fielder, "but as a hitter. He can always be re- lied upon to pole out a hit nearly ev- ery game. To Crocker of Moose Jaw, falls the centre field position. He is a beautiful fielder, has an iron arm, while he is slugging 'the ball over the mark just now, so that he would be hard to beat for that position. There is a lot of do.ubt as to the catchers, Taut the experience and hitting ability of Lynch of Lethbridge seems -to give him the benefit of the doubt. Cooper of Brandon, is a splendid backstop, while Stanley of Calgary is pretty Tiard to" beat, but he is only a fair hitter and a very slow base runner. There are many good pitchers but the selection made above would stand a lot of beating. Collins deserves a place from the fact that he has been beating pretty nearly every team that he flings against. Dellar is experienced and has the goods, while Heinrich fs the best of the southpaws. Skeels, :the Indian, has proven his metal. Del Pad- dock is a valuable man as a utility player being able to play pretty near- ly any position and also a good pinch hitter. .and Lang Sim mon and Carisch. Umpire, Chill. Sunday At Milwaukee......001 040 7 12- 2 Kansas City ...000 000 0 3 .1 and Ludwig i; Owen and James. Second lilwaukee ,..000 000 013 lansas City ...200 Oil 660 and wann and James. At .ouisville ......100 8 b indianapolis ....000 103 6.73 aad Allen Hard grove and Howley. At Minneapolis' ..000 000 4 St. Paul ........001 000 2 and Smith ing, Ryan and Pierce. At Columbus ,...000 000 1 Toledo ..........103 100 6 Second Columbus .......000 005 o Toledo ...........030 200 7 Gehr 1U EASTERN .At Rochester ....000 300 681 Jersey City ....000 000 0 21 and Blair i; Cam- nitz and Butler. Second game- 6 2 Jersey City ....000 000 020 and Blair Berry and Boyle. At Newark- Montreal .........000. 030 5 8 3 Newark 1 24, and Krichell; Mc- Ginnity and McAllister. Umpires, Stafford and Hurst. At Buffalo ..........120 5 13 3 Providence ..200 000 362 Batteries Cronin and Steel and Peterson. Umpires, Finner- an and Murray. At Toronto ......000 003 391 Baltimore......000 000 140 and Vandergrift i; Umpires, Byron Chicago 000 000 10. 2 Boston 1 .Ritchie, and Kling; Mattern, Brown and Smith. and Kane. Second R H E Chicago 020 200 14 2 Boston......... 001 000 2 11 5 and Archer; Curtis, Evans and Graham. and Kane. At R H E 000 000 000 100 9 4 Brooklyn Philippe and Gib- son; Scanlon, Rucker and Bergen and Erwin. and !Bren- aan. Second R H E Pittsburg ..___. -Oil 051 13 2 Brooklyn....... 000 330 13 2 Leever and Gib- son; Rucker, Desseau and Edwin. "Um- and Brennan. At New RHE Cincinnati 010 000 001 5 1 New York ___001 000 010 92 and McLean; [Drucke and Myers. stone and Easton, At RHE Washington......000 004 0 Detroit........... 000 200- 5 2 Batteries Gray and Ainsmith: Strpud, Loudell and 'Stanage. "Um- and Kerin. At RHE Nrew York 000 001 3 c Chicago 000 000 4 2 Batteries-Ford and Sweeney; White and Sullivan. -aul Dolliflower. Boston 001 051 10 2 St. Louis 000 001 7 5 Batteries--Collins and Kleinow Bailey, Cnss and KUlifer. Perrine. Second same R H E Boston ........000 211 10 0 St Louis 101 100 3 1 Hall and Gar- rilleau; Pelty and Stephens. Perrine. WON AND LOST SATURDAY Miners Shut Eskimos Out--Tables Were Turned in the Evening Aug. Miners took the second of the series 3 to 0, through the superb pitching of Lezie' who held the Eskimos to two safeties! who has pitched his last game this season owing to a troublesome arm. Dellar's pitching was good hut his sup- port was not up to much. AB R H 0 A E Mills, If.......... 20 0 l 0 0 -Baxter, lib 3 0 0 12 l o Morse, ss 40 0 17 2 Lussi, cf .........4 01100 Cox, rf 30 01 0 0 Spencer, c 20 0530 Walters, 3b 3 0 0 5 1 1 Cellar, 2-0 0151 2b 1121 Hickey, 2b 1 0 0000 THE MINTO CUP HOLDERS Vancouver, Aug. a score of two to one Vancouver today won the professional lacrosse match with New Westminster, their eighth game in the league series with the world cham- pions. In these Vancouver has now won two and New Westminster six. There are four more games to play in this series of twelve. BURNS IS PROUD FATHER The Former Heavyweight Champion Boasts of Fine Baby Girl Seattle, Aug. Burns, the former world's heavyweight cham- pion, is receiving the congratulations of all his friends today. He is the father of a bouncing- girl baby. Many of the fistic fans that have watched his career are much dis- appointed that 'the youngster is not a boy, ibut Tommy.seems well satisfied and is wearing the proud look of a I father. Mattapoisset, Mass., Aug. ball fans are jubilant today over the possibility that when they reach the golden shore, home runs and base hits may be among the attractions there. At least that is the idea of the Rev. Julian C. Tuthill, of the Con- gregational church here, who in a sermon declared that there was no reason apparently why the great na- tional game of America should not be found in some form or another in the world to come. He >said in .part: "Heaven is tout an evolution of this world. A Christian may love a ball game, and, loving it, remain a Christian. Why, then, is it not safe to prophesy that even the game of baseball will have its place in some spiritual form in IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else but bate, balls, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc.' to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be 'lots more fun and lots more health than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuls of clothes. GET YOUR SPORTING TOOLS here if you want them right We do not handle the near right kind The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. 27 0 2 28 19 AB 0 A E Mackin, 2b 0 4 l i Oriett, ss 3 01 22 0 Zimmerman, If 2 I'O 1 00 Chick, 3b 0 1 v 1 l i Lynch, c 4'0 0920 Dudley, irf........ 1200 O'Hayer, lb 4 2 0 71 0 Corrigan, cf 2 0 0 1 00 p 4020 2 0 Victors and Byers. The Calgary Albertan gives the fol- j Byron and Boyle, lowing line-up: Catchers, Spencer, Ed- Second monton; Stanley, Calgary.. 1st base, _ cm nin nin in Moose Jaw. 2nd base, Mack- Toronto .........501 010 030-10 in, Lethbridge. Short-stop, Morse, I Baltimore ...000 2 Edmonton. Third base, Smith, Cal- gary. Left field, Clynes, Calgary. Cen- Russell Mallon and Byers tre field, Lussi, Edmonton... Right field, Zimmerman, Lethbridge. Pitch- Heinrich, Brandon; Defiar. Ed- monton; Stanridge, Calgary; Starkell, Moose Jaw. An Edmonton exchange says: j Baxter stands head and should Jersey 13 3 11 2 and Tonnemani; Umpires, Byron and Boyle. Sunday At Jersey 60 10 0 000 3 City ....001 001 2 Trophy Shoot Wednesday The shoot for the Adams' trophy which carries with it the champion- ship Of the city of Lethbridge will be shot off at the traps of the Alberta Gun Club- on Wednesday evening. The public are cordially invited to wit- ness the competition. 31 3 5 27 9 2 Edmonton Lethbridge........... Summary: Sacrifice, hits, Baxter, '9pencer, Zimmerman, Chick, ICorri- gan 2; stolen bases, .Mills, O'Hayer, two-base hits; White, Dudley; hit .by pitcher, Zimmerman; bases on balls, off Dellar 1, off-Lezie 6; strucfk out, iby Lezie 8; double play, 'Spencer, Morse and Walters; left on bases, Edmonton S, Lethbridge 7; time 2.05; Umpire Wheeler; attendance 700. Evening Game AB :R H O Mackin, 2b 3 0 Oriet, ss......... 3 If 3 Chick, Sb.......; 2 Ward, c........... 2 Dudley, rf 1 O'Hayer, lb _____ 1 Corrigan cf Grimes, p Mills, If Baxter, lb ss ___ 17 AB LEZIE HAS SIGNED TO QUIT ON 15TH An Edmonton dispatch says Phil Lezie has pitched his last game for the Miners because pf a troublesome arm. Lezie has in all probability pitched his last game for Lethbridge, not because of a disabled doubtless it is rather of the fact that his contract with the Lethbridge club expires On the 15th of this month. When Lezie signed this season it was specified in his contract that he that grain he could resume his work as buyer for a firm in Glasgow, Mont., which commences activity about the middle of Phil, says the job is a good on-e and can't let baseball interfere with it. We need pitchers right' now ant! Lezie's loss will be extremely discour aging to the team. TYRUS COBB ANSWERS CRITICS. -l Says Public Misguided by Stories' Following His Quarrel with Jones Over Mixed Signals. Detroit, ;Mich., ;Aug., by criticism that has been heaped on him by some local sport.writers and De- troit fans for his actions following a quarrel -with Davy mixed signals, Ty Cobb addressed an open letter to the- Detroit'fans. In part it says: "I realize I am not above mak ing mistakes. If some of my critics who have been roasting me in the paper would wo as hard and honest- ly as- I do they would find out th? real facts connected with the recent trouble on the team, and we uld not be-misguiding the public. As to dis- sension in the club, T can only point to our recent victories, and when, the end comes the tans will find the De- troit team there.'' Electric Restorer for Men A French Remedy PHOSPH01VOL restores every nerve In the body to its proper 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. SHAMROCKS WON FROM CAPITALS Montreal, Aug. Shamrocks and Capitals met on the Shamrock grounds here today, the home team beating the visitors by eight goals to five. TECUMSEHS BEAT MONTREAL Toronto, Aug. a spirited game, marred occasionally by rough play, the Tecumseh lacrosse team beat 'the Moatrealers at the Island stadium on .Saturday afternoon by a score of eight to five. WESTERN CANADA STANDING LEAGUE Won Calgary......... 24 Edmonton 21 -Moose Jaw....... 16 ers over every first sacker In the league, in batting, fielding and gener- alship. Spence and Stanley are the "headiest catchers, but does their play- 5ng ability equal that of Lynch and Cooper? Zimmerman is a left field- er so why put him in the right when have a regular gardener, Bill Lussi for "the job. The Capital's selection for an all star is: Catcher, Lynch, Lethbridge; and Cooper, Brandon. 1st "base, Baxter, Edmonton. Second base, Chuck Connors, Calgary, Short stop, Morse, Edmonton, Third base, Smith, (Brennan is a better field- but Wally is the heaviest hitter.) Left field, Clynes, Calgary. Centre field, Lussi, Edmonton. Pitchers, Del- lar and Hickey, Edmonton; Heinrich, Brandon; Stanridge, Calgary. Corbett does not think that. Jeffries will ever fight again. The ex-cham- -pioc says that Jeff is sore at his de- feat and angered at his poor showing, tow: cannot be induced to don the gloves once more against the black. P. O. Box 344. Phones: 628, Garage. 1262, Residence. GARAOE BROWNE- COSMAN CO, Five stalls with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. HiilTi l'i i and Blair Sitton I Winnipeg........ 17 and Butler. Umpires, Kelley and Hal- Saskatoon 14 LQ- Lethbridge 11 Brandon....... 10 Regina.......... 6 Second game- Rochester 200 000 2 Jersey City ....205 0140 12 Beecher and Blair Frill and Kelly. Kelley. Umpires, Halligan and Lost 8 9 13 14 14 16 21 P. C. .750 .700 .552 .548 .500 .408 .324" .196 1 3 Lussi, cf 3 Cox, rf ___....... 3 Spencer, Walters, Dell, p c 3b 3 3 3 wnite, 2b 1. 3 24 H 0 0 3 10 1 0 CHICAGO CRICKETERS DEFEATED WINNIPEG Aug. -who ibeat everything they came against in the cricket tournament, including To- ronto, who beat Chicago, met an un- expected defeat at the hands of Chi- cago. Winnipeg sluggers broke down before the bowling of the city experts and were dismissed for cago piled up 148 runs. 83 runs. Chi- CANADIAN CREW WON CHAMPIONSHIP Washington, Aug. winners of a week, ago of the senior eight oar of -Canada, the same eight, the Ottawas from Ottawa, to- day won the championship of North America. They took first honors in the prime event of the closing day of the thirty-eighth annual regatta of the National Association of Amateur Oars- men in a spectacular manner. Abe Attel, the feather-weigh champion, is to meet Harlem Tomm Murphy on the coast this month i what will probably prove a "test" cas of the fight situation out that -way Jimmy Coffroth is the man behind th deal, and evidently believes that noth ing will happen to interfere with his plans. 22 5 5 27 11 1 Leth'bridge .Edmonton Summary: sacrifice hits, Mills and Baxter; two-base hit, Baxter; three- base hits, Morse, Walters;, Lussi; hit by pitcher, Barter; left on bases, Edmonton 3, Lethbridge 5; time, two hours; attendance 500; um- pire Wheeler. tr TIMELY WALLOPS OF SOME FAMOUS FIGHTERS Many Great Stars Depended on Punch, to he Used at Critical Time Fizt's Short Jolts, John L.'s Crashing Right, Dempsey's Snappy Left Famous Blows ORPHANS KEEP LOSING Moose 8 1 Kegina 3 4 Brown and Brooks; Sage and Mc- lntosh. Umpire Houston. AMERICAN Saturday At Cleveland (1st RHE Philadelphia 010 000 10 C Cleveland 000 000 10 0 and Lapp; Kaler and Easterly. and 6'Loughlin. Second RHE Philadelphia 540 010 19 C Cleveland 000 000 175 Atkins and Liv- ingstone; Fanwell and Bemis. Um- and Egan. At St. RHE Boston 000 ODO 4 2 St. Louis Oil 000 3 2 and Kleinow and Carrigan; Powell and Killifer and Stephensen. At Philadelphia (1st game) RHE St. Louis ......060 200 2 12 1 Philadelphia ....120 100 482 Willis and.Bres- nahan; McMillan, Ewing, and Doom. and Emslie. Second RHE St, -Louis 000 003 453 Philadelphia 201 300 7 9 and Bresnahan and Bliss; Moore ana Dooin. Rigler and Emslie. CALGARY BREAKS EVEN Jalgary........ 7 3 Saskatoon 9 S Manning and Duggan; 'Whisman and Davidson. Umpire Smith. At- tendance GOO. Saskatoon 9 0 4 2 Maguire and Anderson; Paddock and Stanley. MAROONS WIN ELEVEN; LOSE SECOND GAME clubs best sell more of Buchanan WHITE Than of all other Scotch Whiskies combined 325 V D. 0. ROBLIN, TORONTO SOLE CANADIAN AGENT Winnipeg, Aug. Maroons took the first of a double header, making a new league record of eleven consecutive victories this season. The Maroon pitcher, Foshorg, had visitors guessing all the way in a game which was none' too fast The Angels, how- ever, turned in the second game and in the eighth Inning of a well sup- ported pitchers' battle got a single run, which spelt victory. O'Brien had doubled and in fielding a hurt Pitch- er Smith made a wild heave to third and spoiled a hitherto runless game. Brandon 4 4 Winnipeg S 3 Grayson and Risk; Fosborg and Edmonds. Umpire Longenecker. Second Brandon 3 3 Winnipeg 5 1 Borleski and Cooper; Smith and Edmonds. Going back through pugilistic his- tory you can find many instances of fighters who depend wholly upon one particular punch delivered at the cru- cial moment. Sixty years ago Tom Hyer won the championship of Ameri- ca with straight hitting from the shoulders. He punched like a batter- ing ram with either hand, and in -that way he beat down the Yankee Sullivan, who was one of the trickiest fighters -ever toed the scratch. John L. Sullivan's best blow was a righthand swing for the point of the chin. He usually rushed in with the left hand to brush aside antago- nist's defense, and then followed with a terrific right. There wasn't much sci- ence in Sullivan's tactics, but he just bored in like a wild bull and beat his opponents down by main strength. How Mitchell Fought John L. A man who was ciever enough to avoid Sullivan's right hand generally had him guessing. Charley Mitchell having a correct line on John L.'s most effective smash successfully stood him off for 39 rounds, at tbe same time dodging and ducking the big fellow's sledgehammer swings with remarkable skill. Dominick McCaffrey also balked Sullivan's attack in this way for six rounds and Kilrain, with similar tac- tics, stayed 75 rounds. Corbett's science and agility made Sullivan hit nothing but air with his famous knocko.ut blow at New Orleans. In fact, Sullivan's lack of boxing skill in that memorable battle was the cause of his downfall. He had just one punch, the right swing for the jaw and Corbett knew how to avoid it. Cor- bett's best blow was a sharp, cutting left which he drove into the face with ;reat rapidity; but he did not have enough power behind it to inflict much One Snappy A snappy lefthand wallop was Jack Dempsey's mainstay. The way he me rushing sluggers with his left was wel worth seeing. Dempsey had a gooc right hand, too, and could do a lot ol damage with it, but in practically all of his important fights he used his left with effect. Joe Gans, former light- weight champion, had a great right- hand hook which made .him famous, but at that he was a wonderful two- handed fighter. This Incident showed what a close student of the manly art Joe Gans was. He was one of the quickest thinkers that ever stood in the ring. When Dal Hawkins, in their first encounter, put Gans down with a corking left-hand smash, it looked as if the Baltimore negro was out; but Gans, weak and dazed, got up at the count of "six" and worked the right hook the jaw for a clean knockout just as Haw- dns closed in to finish him. Another reat right hook put Hawkins away in the second round. Short Nearly all of Robert Fitzsimmons' victories were due to half arm jolts on the jaw or stomach at close quarters or in breakaways. He stopped Hall, Maher, Creedon, Sharkey and others in this manner before he met Corbett for the -world's championship at Carson City. Fitz made a study of Corbett and decided that the latter's stomach was a weak spot. The Cornishman was the inventor of the "left hand which he landed on Corbett's SCENE OF THE NEXT HEAVYWEIGHT FIGHT Chicago, Aug. the place where Jack Johnson first sprang into the championship lime- light, will probably be the scene of his nest encounter -with any one who seeks heavy-weight honors. The champion announced yesterday that In all probability he would head for the antipodes next summer, following his theatrical engagement In Europe. Jack said that there would be nothing doing in this country for some time, whereas he had a number of flatter- ing offers from Hugh. Mclntosh, pro- moter, and might close a deal when he London. Mclntosh is oh ids way to the Brit- ish metropolis at present, and will re- main there until Johnson arrives. Then he will unfold his plans for a fight in England or Australia. Just who his opponent may be is the last thing the title holder can think of, but he reiterates that if Langford wants a match all' he need do is to put up sufficient money. CRANBROOK WELCOMES VICTORIOUS BALL TEAM harm. He chopped Sullivan to pieces with those left hand jabs and also dropped the ancient Mitchell with with those left hand dropped the ancient them at Jacksonville. In his battles with Sharkey, Jeffries and McCoy, Cor- bett used the left for many cleancut points, but he never had these men in trouble and was simply a boxer, not a fighter. Corbett used his right, on the defense a greater part of the time, and whenever he landed a blow wkh rt there was little or no steam be- Vl-J L.. Cranbrook, B. C., Aug. base ball team arrived home yesterday from their tour in the west, and the following is a very creditable show- ing: July 3; Cranbrook 4. July 4; 'Cranbrook 7. 2; Cranbrook 9. 0; Cranbrook 7. Aug. 1; Cranbrook 6. Aug. 1; Cranbrook 6. Aug. 2: Cranbrook 11. Aug. S; Cranbrook 15. 2; Cranbrook 7., 0; Cranbrook 1. Aug. 5; "Cranbrook. 6. On the arrival of the 2.14 train they were met by a crowd of over 300 peo- le at -the depot, up to welcome the onquering nine, and 'With the city and leading and a team composed of udge Wilsin, Judge Ryan and the mayor, augmented by the juniors and a score of enthusiasts, were hauled around town, and finally deposited at their headquarters, the Cosmopolitan Hotel. The boys deserved a good re- ception and the city showed its appre- ciation of their good work in a fitting manner. solar plexus in the fourteenth round, and put Jim down for the fatal count. Before this Corbett had outboxed Fitz- simmons with remarkable ease. Ketchel's Best Wallop Ketchel's best 'blow is a lert swing, used in conjunction with a feiat and a shift. Ic was this wallop that knocked Johnson down in the lasl. round at Colraa and raised a lump on the negro's jaw in one cf the earlier rounds. His style is awkward, and a lack of science in point of self protec- ion is a fatal weakness. If Ketchel meets Langford he will be subjected to another severe test. Langford's most effective punches are delivered at close quarters. He is a hard hitter with either hand and has knocked out nu- merous pugilists wi-th jolts that have but a few inches to the jaw Langford has a left, which he can swing or hook as the occasion re- quires; but he depends often upon a right hand swing to the neck or jaw. Fie is a boxer as well as a, slugger which makes him a decidedly danger- Murphy" Won Both Match Races At the race track on Friday even- ing tour of the horses which entered last event of the last day of the fair meet, re-ran the race tor a purse of They were Thos. Beamish's Nellie Grey and Murphy, E. K. Lall- bertie's Brownie, and L. Oliver's Bob, which had been entered in the half mile dash for saddle horses oa Thurs- day afternoon. Nellie G-rey had not run on Thursday, being late on the course, and Bob and Brownie had been-turned into the ditch by an un- known horso shortly after the start, while Murphy had secured third On Friday evening Murphy won, with, Nellie Grey second and Brownie third. Brownie's owner then challeng. ed Murphy's proprietor to a i mile dash, a ten dollar bill "being the prize. Murphy also won this "Ca- moose" rode Murphy in both ;