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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBKTDCE- DAILY HERALD Wednesday, AugustKWi, BIG FOOTBALL GAME TOMORROW O-R-T-S DETROIT DOWN ANOTHER POINT GRASSY LAKElTAR BABY WAS THERE WITH PUNCH OUTPLAYED RANGERS Lethbridge District Foot- ball Leaders Suffer a Fall The Rangers went down to defeat at Gras-sy Lake last evening by the of A half hour's rain made the ground very heavy and The local boys are a lighter bunch than their opponents, and could not withstand the onslaught of Grassy Lake's warriors. The shorter Held, too, handicapped the visiting team. R. Wilson acted as referee. The Rangers and Grassy Lake are now even in the number of points. The Rangers, however, have one more Came to play, while Grassy Ijike has finished the league. Following Is UK standing of the rensective teams in the District League: P. W. L. D. P. liangers 5 3 1 1 J_ Grassy Lake 6 3 2 1 7 Hovers 41213 Macleod 5 0 2 3 3 Th-are are still two games to bo Hayed In the League: The Hovers vs Maclood on Wednesday, Aug. 23; the Hangers vs Rovers to be arranged. In" the Wright Charity Shield ser- ies there is itlll one game, the Over- seas vs Foresteri. MAD MOB GO AFTER THE LANGFORD OUTCLASSED JACK O'BRIEN AND ALL BUT KNOCK- ED HIM OUT New York. Aug. Langford jot Boston, with an advantage of about i !ten pounds in weight, fought "Phlla-j delphia Jack" D'Hrien to a standstill In four and one-half rounds tonight at the Twentieth Century club. Referee Charley White prevented a knockout when he stopped the fight in the mid- dle of the fifth round. O'Brien was practically out from the effects of a hard left hook to the jaw, and had to be helped to his corner. It was the old story of a cleier, game boxer pitted against a hard hit- jting fighter, and from the start the Boston heavyweight had O'Brien's measure taken. Langford's blows were of the sledge hammer order, while O'Brien's swings and hooks had not sufficient steam to bother the colored man. The pace -.vas fast and O'Brien showed clever footwork as wcllasscie'ntific boxing. ENGLISH CBICKET London, Aug. cricket today, Gloucester defeated Worcester by an innings and 69 runs. Wa.wKshira neat Lancashire by an innings -and 40 WRIGHT CHARITY SHIELD The, first round of the Wright Charity football shield takes place tomorrow evening at-the ball park, vs Foresters. Kick-off at 6.30. Both teams are anxious about the issue and will pur up a determined fight for the hon- ors of victory. HELENA .CROWD DID NOT LIKE TOMAN'S DECISIONS AND SO COMMENCED TO THROW THINGS Helena, Aug. get back on that box anil umpire the game: I will tend to policing the crowd: if i you'll umpire right they wouldn't bother retorlei! -lack Flanery, chief of police and -ox-ball player ai (he dimnx of a disturbance ai League park this afternoon whi'ii I'm- pire Toman, at whom a pop bottle hud been thrown, rushed lo the grand slaiKl. and threatcnf'l lo fro-fell the second game to Untie, if he was 1101 given police protection. All after- noon Toman, who had Invariably.giv- en close decisions to the visitors. wi.-j in bad with (he bleacherifes, and sev- eral times lemons had been hurled :lt the umpire. The crowd grew wild in the eighth inning of the second game, wli-en Toman foiled to call .Marshall out at first, and at the be- ginning of the -second half when he called some alleged wild onf-s on llnr- ray: The peculiar features of the1 iwar-riot. was Ihaf it broke just after .Murray had been given a b-jse on halls. After the game a mob of '-'00 fans wailed for Toman and followed him to the street car, but beyond burl ing vocal missiles at him no violence attempted. MAUKF: ANOTHER JOKE PULLED OFF BY NATIONAL LEAGUE OFFI- CIALS York, Aug. suspen- sion against Sherwood Masee. out- fielder of the' Philadelphia Nationals, has been lifted, and lie will he allow- ed to into the game asaia with hip club when Philadelphia resumes' play nn its home field on Wednes- j day. President Lynch, of the Nation- al Lc-veue, made thb announcement i yesterday, at the same time giving i out a letter he had forvvar.led to Ma- in which the temporary charac- i tor of the reinst-.itement Is empha- si7ed. Tho player's future Rood he- r..-'.vior will bo the determining fen- Irre. President Lynch says. Mapee was Indefinitely suspended ninr.th a-s a result of his assault I on i'mniro Finnerau dtii-ins a game with SI. Louis in Philadelphia on July i 10. Later the suspension was fixed j for the remainder of the playing sen- i SOU. Games in the Big Leagues OVERSEAS LINE-UP The following line-up will represent tin- Overseas In tlieir game tomorrow evening with the Foresters: Collier. Hagerston, Home. Mcll- jvemia, Mullen, Davies. Benibrlilgo, Simm, Joyce. KOI YOU CALLIES I The Caledonian football players are j requested to turn out in full form to- morrow evening at the ball park not later than 7.15. Important. NATIONAL boston ___ 010 033 020 lf> 0 Urooklyn 303 110 010 14 1 Weaver nud Kllng; larger and gen. No other games played In the Na- tional League yesterday. AMERICAN Washington 010 000 5 1 -New York .....000 020 11 0 Groom and Street; Qulnn and Sweeney. Chicago 103 000 13 1[ Detroit 5 Scott and Payne; Summers and i Htanage. i No other games scheduled in the American League yesterday. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas fity 010 221 6 10 4 Minneapolis -100 15 4 Milwaukee 9 .3 St. Paul 8 l! I Indianapolis 110 10 lj Toledo 000 001 8 0 j IXmlsvlllo 550 030 10 l' Columbus 020 202 S 10 4 D. R. A. RANGE OFFICERS Ottawa, Aug. R. Brown, of Ottawa has been named executive of- icr-r. for I'IP annual inatc-hts vtlieh will be held at Rockciiffe ranges from An- mist 21 to 26. Other range officers ire- Capt. A. A. Pinard, Cnpt. A. Bray, Lieut. W. V. Hcrron. Caul. Fo- ger. Lieut. A. A. Seers, Capt. Bell, Cant. 1. P. Sherwood, Lieut. F. S. Dun- levlo, G. 0. F. O. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 5 8 3; Portland 3 S oj ROASTING McQRAW IN NEW YORK New York, Aug. since he first became manager of the New York Giants lias-John McGraw been so roundly denounced as he is being tDct-.iy by sports of all classes. Tlio i i fact that Christy Mathewson is show- ins the effect of holding the club on i his shoulders year after year Is the I cause, and. if the big fellow actually has gone badjor keeps, McGraw's in- fluence as a leader .here has also end- ed. But Matty'has been known .to j come back more' than once. 1 T-acoma Spokane Seattle Victoria 2931 373! 5 S 3 266: PLAYERS TKe Popttlar igarette Moose 73 Calgary 57 Yinnipeg....... 50 42 Saskatoon....... 28 3randon....... 25 Chicago ittsburg ;ew York hiladelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston Standing of Clubs Today Beyond of all competing brands beyond even striking distance of the 10 i his wonderfully cigarette is smashing all smoke records! for .purity, flavor, Only the choicest, sun-cured tobacco fromj. the richest southlands enters into the and the blending and rolling are done by only, the most highly-skilled workmen. 'fc- Today's the day for you to learn to what perfection a Virginia can really attain.____ ___ '______ Say "Black Cats "L to At toj Good CAMIIUS MAKOANUS CIGARrrTES, UmH-i. WESTERN CANADA 22 26 48 44 65 71 .769 .687 .510 .4SS .301 .260 NATIONAL 37 41 41 45 47 56 39 25 .826 .610 .504 .562 .548 .451 .382 .294 SPOKANE PICK-UP DOES GOOD WORK FOR MAROONS Winnipeg, Aug. .Winnipeg Maroons won a loose from 3as- Katoon here today by 3 to 3. The lo- cals hit Sheridan hard and had no difficulty In winning, while Syfert twirled air tight ball, until the ir.st two rounds, when he eased up :i litilu. There were few features of the. game, llilllnger, -a Spokane boy, .''ho la working In the city, played a star game at first ibasc and hit for a home run in the eighth, bringing in two runs ahead of Wrn'. The score: Saskatoon........... 000 000 012-3 AMERICAN Philadelphia.....'69 38 .645 Detroit 67 .42 .615 Boston 56 53 .514 hicago 54 53 .50o Cleveland....... 55 .500 Xew York 55 55 .500 Washington...... 45 65 St. Louis 34 .74 .315 DISCUSSING RINK IDEA AT MACLEOD Macleod, Aug. meeting will be called soon for the purpose of see- Ing what can be done towards erect- ins a new skating rink in Mncleod this fall. The present rink is one of the smallest in this section of the con- try and although it does not inter- fere so much with tkatlne. fast ho'.-key is almost Impossible and the for the Macleod team winning the Pro- vincial Championship are for this rea- son lessened >.n .some extent.. The subject of the new rink has been dis- cussed for some lime nov rind every- where the idea his been favored and it is thought that the only thing need- ed to get the rink will be to call a and anhnge for the syndicate. the drawback of the pro- position vnrld the ol three or four lots which are centrally lo- cated at a reasonable price as at pre- sent inside property is considered vcty and hi-Jh urirpd. There being ,no baseball in Macleod his summer and very little of any thing else it is thought that hockey will be very successful here this win- ter and a good team will represent ihe town. Western Canada League Games HEAVY SLUGGING WINS GAME FOR MOOSE JAW Moose Jaw, Aug. a good, n inntnir (rnme the DCat Urandon li to 3, heavy hitters of. the home team having a little better, of the .argument. Indeed, had it not been for errors in estimating Bliss' triple, the score would have been even greater, he being caught at the plate In an effort to complete the circuit.. Other features were a spectacular one-handed spear pf Harper's hard drive by Reddick, and a one-handed running catch after a hard run by Chesty Cox, off Pieh'a fly along right field foul line. The icore: Brandon.............. 000 012 0-3 Mooie Jnw............ "O 020 0-6 AT CAUGAHY Calgary, was no game here today between the Bron- chos and the Rain.______. GREAT MIS AT THE CHICAGO MEET NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN Owing to a change in the game -re- it Is necessary for all shoot- ers to carry i Game both for birds ae well as big game the only eiception being farmers while shoot- Ing on their own Innd. Copies of .the game laws may be seen at various places In the city ml licenies may be obtained at the game guardian's office, situated In the Sport- ing Goods store between II and H o'clock. Howard Caie Harry Withers SU CMW Chicago, Aug. 15.-Today'a results of the aviation meet here were: Twelve mile speed content for bi- plane C. A. D. McCurdy. 14 minutes 41 wands. Twelve mile pas.engor carrvins speed contest for biplane: Lincoln 10 minutes seconds. Fastest laps, 1 IJeachev. one minute 28.54 seconds, lieachey was the individual .tor In the speed events of the fourth daj of the international aviation moot here 'today. He made the fa-atesl trip around the mile and a third lap, but for a foul would have won the two chief events. in the second conwtt for biplanes. Dcaclre-i and .McCurdy made the final IIP in a neck and neck dash. The two machines were almost within reach-of e-ach other when Beachey drew ahead and rounded lira south pylonc. He was penalized by the contest committee and made to drive an extra tip on the charge that h-s fouled the Pylon. Ho completed that ten laps In 15 minute., 10.3 seconds as .eainat 'McCnrdy's 14 minutes 41 seconds for nine laps. A protest. filed against the penalty. Beachey took the- carrying contest, a dozen. other contestants dropping out. after performance ot the rlrnt heat. .1. C. (Bud) Man probably will be out of the meet, for the rett of the rowt. He received rude reminder of accident it -Brie, Pa., in which he was nearly killed a month ago. had a hard fill and narrow- with hli life. wai obliged to from aviation Held for several weeks to- nlgH that, the totil loos as a result of tin fill, Including and loss from broken dates, Immediately after the opening, of the meet today a deputy sheriff at- hed his Baldwin machine on judg- ment obtained by the promoters of. the Brie meet, on the ground that they had lost J900 by Mars failure to complete his contract after the fall. The moke That olhes Havana Cigar, arc X I delight from beginning Nto end. The fir.t lypu smoke will con- vince you that for aun- Illty, aroma and tMte, simply .unsur- passed. And you'll second one better still. Stop in the first clgv utore yon come to, and jet sity It beats any cigar ever smoked. BALED J A Breath of I Pure Havana In Every The Ulemory Lingers. Jone Co. 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