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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. Aiitfiist 15th, MRS. SMITH WINS CHAMPIONSHIP OR-T-SH TORONTO THIRD IN THE EASTERN ATHLETES OF LOCAL VICTOR RETTJKN8 NOT GIVEN RE- HERO OF PROVINCIAL TENNIS TOURNAMEN CEPTION DESERVED Raymond Aug. 1S--W? relul (trf Napier wns often received throush a breach made in .he ul; Smith came in yesterday, driving in an ordinary lml ins highway, without a brass band or soiiii. people know tint a victor was it.i i- published and so we papers don't reach us till he da; am Saturday afternoon, could not know, that Mr. S l Ith h. 1 in Largo crowds won the Tennis Championship o the witnessed the samus. Mr. Smith was a 101 and mi the second day won 1 Engaged in Championship Competitions The Results Last evening the first four events in the Y. M. C. A. championship meet were run off. The competition was keen and tile shom-ing fine. Tlie grounds ware hard to run on, on ac- count of the weeds and thistles, and darkness, coming suddenly, hamper- ed the competitors still more. The number of spectators was not as great as might have been, hut it is Hoped as the series advances and competition that public in- terest will aroused. The medals RK being awarded on a point basis. .All records are kept and a percentage reckoned on these. JJelow is given a list of the petitors, evsnts and the respective re- cord to date ot each competitor. The 220 yards Haynes, 24 J-5' A C. Stewart, It. M. Christie, J. .W.'.Mead, 25 1-5; E. B. McElyea, 25 if-5: J. W. S. Duncan, 2fi 1-5. The high S. Duncan, 5 It. 4 in.: D. M. Christie, W. Gordon, B JlcElyea, .1. W. Mead. 5 ft.; A. C. Stewart. 4 ft. 11 In.: W. Haynes, 4 ft S 1-3 inches. The Hamraerr-D. M. Christie, 90 ft. 8 in.: J. W. Mead. 67 ft. 4 in.: .1. W. B. Duncan, 57 ft. 2 in.; W. Gordon, 55 ft. 11 In.; A. C. Stewart, 53 ft. 5 in.; B. McElyea. ft. S in.; 40 ft. S in. The C. Stewart, 5 mil. 1 all from fi. S. s-S-er .rs ingles, A. E. Nash heat W. II. Napp.i l Toole heut .1. V. McKeiuie !-b, i-b. t A. .1. Toole 3-11; 11 itavmond this wo.... We offer our heartiest congratulations MITCHELL NOW PLAYING IN SPLENDID SHAPE FOOTBALL TIE S. O. E. and A. O. F. in Exhibition Game Last Night 1 ast nieht a football1 game between the S." O'.K. and the A. 0. F. tennis ended in a score of 1-1. The s.O.h. KUS an entirely new one. while the A 0 F. team was reinforced. Uarkueas Intervening hampered the players somewhat or the score mieht have been greater. Communication has been received that the Calgary Cailies wish to come to play the Lethbridgo team in the Bennett Shield series on either Tvasclay or Friday of next week. They were drawn to play thn I-etli- oridge team on some date prior to the tilth and these are the dates prefer- red by them. BROWN MUST PUT WELLS TO SLEEP New York. Aug. Wells, lightweight champion of Kngland. and Knockout Brown, the ICast Side idol .are matched for a ten-round go here Aug- ust 30, under unusual condi- tions. In exchange for his ag- reement to get down to 133 pounds at three o'clock. Wells wijl receive the entire purse if Brown fails to put him 10 sleep. This is weight for the Briton, but his mana- ger tin-ally agreed. i MITCHELL. Mitchell the former catcher of the New York Highlanders and now wltl the "r Eastern League team. Is playing ,n great expects l miTjor league next season. Mitchell Is and deserves a good standing In his profession. hard working playc seconds; Mead Stewart Christie Duncan Haynes JIcElyea tiordon J. W 220 .50 .50 ..50 Mead, 5.32. H.J. If. M- Total S7 35 S3 7 87 82 ,.25 105 14 ..65 73 40 S7 S7 90 The following are highest in the IndlvidfKrI Haynes, 220 yards, 24 3-5 seconds: J. W. S. Dun- can, high Jump, 5 ft. 4 in.; D. M. Christie, hammer, 90 ft. 9 In. ;A..C. Stewart, one mile, 6 min. 7 sec. The remaining events be run .off on Wednesday and Friday nights In tho baseball grounds sharp at 7 o'clock. Events for, Wednesday: 100 yards, standing broad Jump, shot put. Kvents for Friday: 440 yards, running troad Jump, pole vault, half mile. CLYMFR MAY GO OUT Otis Clymer the heavy hitting Min- neapolis antfloliier. is being sought by he Washington Americans. Otey has ,eon hitting, the pill with great con- this year, while his fielding ilso leaves little to be desired. APMALS JOHNSON CASE New York, Aug.. M. Ward the former has appealei to the United States Circuit Court o Appeals from a decision denying bin trial in nil an It to recovs from President B. B. Johnson of the American league for slandei Ward is not satisfied with jhe Tfltrdict awarded htm. OFFERS WOLGAST A ROUND New York, Aug. to offer Ad. Wolgast a round for a ten or twenty- round Danny-Morgan today resumed his' hunt for Tom Jones, the champion's mana- ger. In an effort lu arrange a meeting between Wolgast aiid "Knockout" Brown. Morgan alleges he -searched in vain all yesterday and last night, all ready to post Jl.OOO forfeit on the spot. Gotham fans are greatly interested In the negotiations, for while Brown has gained popular de- clsions over the titleholder in two fights, many believe the New York boy would have the time of liis life making good in-a long ihattle. MRS. DUDLEY SMITH PROVINCIAL TENNIS CHAMPION Calgary, Aug. the fourth successive year Mrs. Dudley Smith, Calgary, holds the ladies' tennis championship of the province. Uy defeating -Miss Winslow in two straight sets yesterday she proved tile right to the title, hut although she won in yesterday's sets she was given a good battle, perhaps the best battle she has ever had in a provin- cial tournament, 'lint her steadiness and sureness of returning difficult drives decided the games in her fa- vor Nearly every game played in Kite two sets went to-the (leuce and 1 the advantage swung !n and out with .I. i Mrs. Smith usually getting the decis- ion in the end. Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Moose Jaw Calgary Winnipeg, Edmonton Saskatoon Jrandon Pet. .760 .087 ..ior, .188 .304 .263 AMERICAN Philadelphia Detroit Boston...... Cleveland Chicago New York Washington St. Loiiis..... LACROSSE GAME IN_SPOKANE TtAMS CALLED AMERICANS' AND 53 54 45 34 .64; .621 .51 .500 .500 .495 .41? .315 Games in the Big Leagues Mttsburg NATIONAL 000 010 NATIONAL St. Louis 020 000 001-3 10 Adams and Gibson; Harmon nn Uresnahan. New York 000 HO 000 6 Hhila'phia 000 000 020 7 .Marauard and .Myers; Alexandi and Spencer. Boston 010 701 14 Llrooklvn ____ 306 000 9 14 Griffin, Tyler and Kilns; Sedan Burke and Erwin. Second New York 002 10 Philadelphia 020 9 Wiltse and Myers: Moore and Spe eer. Chicago Pittsburg New York Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston CANADIANS GIVE AN 62 64 60' 58 57 46 39 25 .626 .010 .594 SHOTS MAKE BIG SCORES Toronto. A tie. Branch ifle Ranges: Somo renmrko'blBehoot- g was done at the opening of the ntario NHle Association meet. Capt. C. Later of lire Sixth D.C.O.H., ancouver, missed the bull's eye. only nee all through the day. His re- onl stands at 138 points out of a ossible 140. He was one of the even to make possibles in. the coro- ation match. lie made a possible lib three bulls added In. the 200 ard extra series and got a possible the city of Toronto match at 500 ards, and made six hulls out of in tile same match at six him- red yards. Trigger and Trap LOCAL REGULAR SHOOT The Gun Club will bold Its'regular hoot tomorrow evening at 6.30. -The egular .button competition and the poon competition will he off. 'he Adams trophy representing the Ity championship and tho Du Pont rophy will be arranged for an late. BLACK ANP WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Qualityindpurity combine to make Black and Wliite Scotch Whisky the standard D. CALGARY TO ENTERTAIN ENGLISH Calgary, Aug. the fam- ous Corinthians strike Calgary about August 26, or will ee spent In entertaining them, and of this amount the city will put lip Dr. H. Ings and Col. Pryce-Jonea In- terviewed the city council'last Kght and Induced them to regard their re- for civic assistance favorauly. "They will meet with tougher op- position in football here than in tW other-part of said Dr. Ings, "and we want to entertain them so. they will remember Calgary above oth- er towns." Western Canada League Games PIEH PITCHED GOOD BALL FOR ANGELS BUT COULDN'T WIN Moose Jaw, Aug. 14.- loat a game that'should have been theirs today, due to errors caused by overworked pitchers in the field. Pieh gave six bases hut he fairly nizzled the hard hitting Robins who only got three safeties off AMF-HICAN Washington 010 000 ooo boo Street: Warhop Ive and a half innings. Belford, too, ,.-as mean until he got rattled in the fifth, when with the bases full Na- verson went in and broke up the rally. Bliss was hurt and obliged to re- tire from the game in the fifth inn- ings, Collins relieving Lussi in left field, and L-nssi relieving Kelly, who went to first base, with Foiirnicr go- ing behind the tat. Naverson relieved Belford in the fifth. The game was called at the end of the sixth inning on account of darkness. Moose Jaw 020 014-7 S 1 Brandon 000030-3 6. 4 Belford, Naverson and Bliss and I'ournier; Pieh and Ouster. in the civic holiday celebration afte. two close conflicts. The morning game went eleven In- nings 'before the'visitors put over tho winning run, they landing the big end -The Angels j Of a three to one score. No umpire put in an appearance and Sheridan's work in the morning game was somewhat, rank, he making a raw decision at the plate which would have given Winnipeg the game in nine innings. The afternoon encoun- ter was well attended. Cummlngs and .Miller twirled good ball .but the locals made all their four hits coiint'in the scoring with the result that they won by the score of four to two. Score by innings: Saskatoon 00" Winnipeg 000 102 EASTERN LEAGUE STANDING i, New York- Becker and Blair. St. Louis Cleveland 100 ooo 010 001 v Hew am) afferent They aea l-lbelr purpoie.without dljlurbtaf the of the system, end (hersl forthe nuralnj mother, as they do not.arlecl Ihi child. Coropouixted, HVe nil NA-DRU-CO pteparltlOM. by chem ry wall gladly return money. WK.. If your druggist not yet st tfMh wW mrf them. iftre imlsB. If locked them, send 25c and we 24 Toronto i Buffalo AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City J6 Waterton Lakes Resort is now open under management of Jensen Bros., successors to W. 0. Lee. New Hotel, Good Fishing and Boating, Mountain Scenery. Automobile daily from Gardslon. For information address Jensen Brothers Alberta. j Rochester Baltimore Spokane, AIMJ. H.-Corninij fiom rttlnil, the lacrosse team 'in'.-i? ii under the colors oi ;i i-n- jrcil lo win out over the team play- NE under the name of in lit first real lacrosse conl'Mt ever staged in the. city, at ycs'cnlay final s-.'oro heiliR 9. to i. iMnnp'inolis The 'Canadians, put- five goals through in succession in 1 p-trt o( tlie thinl quarter, thus ;Milwaukee final rally. Thr contest was witnessed by about 1000 people, who at times roused to ontlmslnsm over the. closeness of the pliv -ind its iinrtictilarlj- brilliant j Berlin J; italures. Toward the last, when the _" .'.V.'. 4: I hall was near I he American goal, the 3' crovc' rouied franfieally. 'otieljih The work of Deakin, Mitchell, Me-1 at. J Cartliv and Knelcrove, for tlic Amen- j cans, and the Hnrns brothers and j Greenway, tar- the Canadians, was a particularly distinctive feature. During the latter quarters playersj shillrd Iron, one. learn to .the Deakin aoins over into the Canadian ranks Largely through Deakin's pret- ty combination work ihe Canadians won out. .Mitchell and Stephens; ,W. Mitch- .655 Uil and Fisher. Ill jChicaso 001 010 6 1 .471 j netroiot "00 000 .66- .487! Walsh and Sullivan; Willett and .381! Philadelphia 000 001 Dostnn 001 000 3 I and Cicotte and STANDING Harrigan. j .54.9 I---------------------- .4 BO I ..174 1 Toronto i Baltimore .4481 Kor.hester I'rovidence .Montreal .020 Jersey City .564 Adda BIG BALL ATTENDANCE j There in something doing .in the baseball line when persons at-, tend the seven sanies, played III the I National IcaRiie oil. a recent Satur- day and Sunday anil 72.604 to the four] a zeit to mukei for better digestion sweeter EASTERN 000 000 S ___ 000 100 4 202 121 18 000 000 1 7 220 000 12 101 000 7 WINNIPEG BROKE EVEN SASKATOON Winnipeg, Aug.'l4.-The Maroons returned from their western trip very returned nuiu badly crippled and although all four STANDRIDGE OUTPITCHED FORD AND BRONCHOS WON Calgary, Aug. the Eski- mos' leading pitcher, went down be- fore the leagna1" best twirler, P.te Standridge, this evening. Ford was hit hard and the Eskimos generally were outclassed. Standridge was in hli old form 'on this occasion and pitched the kind of ball that deljghti the fane. The game ended in the eighth, being called on account of darkness. The score: Kdmonton 020 200 00- -I 9 Calgary 300 216 Ox-12 14 0 Slight; Standrldge and pitchers had to help out, they mar aged to break even with Saskatoon AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 020 001 fl nneacolli 002 000 11 Iwaukee 031 005 11 Paul 022 000 7 Louisville 001 102 4 !1 Columbus 013 000 10 llanapolls 300 000 10 lodo I" 7 THEWATEROFOUALITV National icapiic day and Sunday am! "W4 ?our cc piGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT saiimlay games. In-the American lea- Alt. IBIW. I NORTHWESTERN Vn'ncouver I'nortland Seattle Victoria Old Smuggler (Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age ff Made in Glenlivet Distric! of DUlillerk. in ScotUnd, from fineii of Scotch the Barley. FROM IHstiHery Co. 9nftMwi, can be W front C C PAGNVELO WINE ANP ?WmiT COT, ;