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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta R Y.M.C. A. CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS -0-RrTS IWPE ON THE NATIONAL LEAGUE STEWART HEADS held Its first colouration yesterday and t c J Isuch was tlio success that attended Wins Stafford-Agnew Medal Christie Second and Mead Third --.Championships Keenly x. Contested MOWli BO 11 Last evening was concluded the series of events for the Y. M. 0. A. championship medals. As may i'e seen from the records points oh- the competition was of the keenest kind during the whole cf thf: aeries. Following are the events and points during last night's trials: 440 B. J. Pole Total Btfltrart Mead CtirMtie 107 107 105 106 56 7S 9S 78 Pole vault, J. W. Duncan, 9 feet 4 1-2 inches; H. B. McEiyea, 9 feet. Following are the total number of points gained by the respective com- petitors during the three evenings of the meet.: A. C. Stewart with, a total of S46 points wins "first place and procures the Stafford-Agnew medal. Stewart Duncan 316 Individual event winners for Friday night: 440 yards, Mead. and Stewart, 63 3-5 seconds: half mile, Stewart, 2 minutes 10 seconds; running broad Jump, Christie, IS feet 10 inches; will also have ills name and number of -points engraved on a beautiful shield-donated by W. J. Armstrong, which will be exhibited in tile Y. M. U. A: U. M. Christie wins second place with a total of S42 points, ami Is en- titled' to the Dr. Mason medal. J. Mead wins the Klrkham med- al with a total of S3S points. -McElyea comes next in-the list .with a total of 793 pojnts. Duncan follows with, a total of 67S points. WOLGAST FAVORS A LONG BATTLE WOLGAST MIGHT BEAT Mc-FAR- LAND IN 45 ROUNDS BUT NOT IN TEN The only chance that Ad Wolgast might have to whip Packey ..McFarland decisively would be in a fight of 45 rounds, or to a finish, for he might prove stronger in physique than thf stockyard boxei under a strict B.ut Iii 20 enforcement the rules it Is believed .McFarland would ehow as much superiority as in ten jo ml 'If I c'su't beat a man in 20 or 25 101 u r tb 11 land I can t bear him at all. But I'll say that 25 rounds i-s a long enough route for nte to out- point any man in the world, and please remember I can do 133 at 3 and be as strong and as fast as ever. Wolgast's confidence in his ability TO whip "lies in-- his lend- encj to fight roughh it close ters. is, one of the few modern'boxers who know ihe meaning of footwork in providing defensive tactics, so that it ia believed Wolgast find it a most difTicult matter to reach; him unless he gets Packey in a corner or on the ropes THIRD TRIP UP FOR PITCHER STARTED FROM CINCINNATI, THEN BOSTON AMERICANS Marty O'Toole the sorrel-topped base ball sensation who brought the stu- pendous sum of for the St. Paul exchequer belonged to two big league clubs before the Pjrates ang- led so successfully for him. Clark Griffith tried him out with Cincin- nati two years ago, hut refused to -waste his v-aluable time "nursing along the youngster. Boston draft- ed him froni Orocktou, Mass., but turned him over to St. Paul without a tryout The lad failed to make good, owing to lack of confidence, and was turn- id over to Sioux-City, at his own re- quest. He made good with a ven- leauce in the western league and was secured on an optional agreement ny St Paul this se m iking SjUch lap jihc sports which 'were a feature of Una day nevnr lagged in Interest. The; programme of races furnished much excitement. They consisted of every-; thing on the calendar. A and a football match are too counted among tho number of events that I made the day a success. The list of events and the winners are given herewith. Horse Races 3-41 Mile Dash. W. H. Chappell. Queen of tho Woods; Snd II. W. Bshorn, Lark. 1-2 Mile Saddle Fred Ed- dy, Sorlev; 2nd Hi Davidson, Sport. Pony Race, H. Cliap- 2nd J. R. lalac, Stochey. Ladies' Miss Sharp, Ina; 2nd Miss Bailsmen, Sorlev. Boys' Pony Fraser Dol- ton, "flash; 2nd B. Boscher, Tiny. Rucking Lee. Athletics 100 Yards A. Learmonth; 2nd F. Brouillette. 1-2 Mile, A.' Learmonth; 2nd H. Watson. 1 Mile Gordon; 2nd W. 120 Dards, Conffned to Lst A. Learmonth; 2nd I., Hntton. ''440'.Yards', Confined, tp Fuotbalh-lst J. Allansby; 2nd A. Learnjonth. Ladles' Mrs. Fisher; 2nd Miss Patersou. Old Men's MeEwan. High Wellburs.. '.Tug'of by -J, Mckiu, :ion's Team Boys' Race, 10 and A. Smith; 2nd W. Carson! Boys' Race, 12 and J. McCulIoch; Snd-R. Wjlcoi. ,-i Boys' Race, 14 and At. kinson; 2nd F. Bolton. .Girls'. Race, 10 and A, Prentice; 2nd Oirls' Race. 13 and Smith; 2nd A, .Prentice. Games in the Big Leagues strides taut he wa twtrlei soon a baseball. c f now aie iq that Conine Mick DemociaiJe ticket and Charlej Dooin on "the sliould be the two candidates Western Canada League Games CALGARY GETS BACK AT MAGKIN'S MEN Edmonton. Aug. hits lir the, first ,two rounds oT the game herc thin mortilaf gave the Bronchos four runs.- two more in the eighth irfaen with two out, Whisman nii-jjudged. Lezie'a Hy, letting ners across the plate Tho Eskimos got their lone run in the opening stanza Standnd53 and Ford were the oppoaing pltojiera and 'Pete got away well, with the game, -'getting eight strike oats and onlv a'louing hits, no two of which ca.me In the same inning, The score Edmonton........... 100 000 000-r-l Calgary 310 000 Ford and 3orenaon; Standrldge and Stanley MOOSE JAW TUMBLES innipeg 18 Mintoni turned the tables on the', league 'lead- ers todny bj -wntiing the Moose Jaw twirlera to all corners of tihe won .easily 'by the'couiit of 12 to 3, Cummings twirleil winning ball ill the and he was gnen.good support SASKATOON BEAT ANGELS Brandon, Man.. Aug. Saskatoon took tonight's game from the Angela the score being five to none at the end of the when 'the game was called" on account of darkness. The locals mode' a farce of the game, nei- ther trying to hit or field. There were not more than thirty people pres- ent; and nearly game wen over. all left before the Ihe Uaplr Teaf III Is one of tlia stlectld to rcl resent Great Britain as-.nst In Hie rice for lh" BrIUl Intrrntlonnl Cur foi molor b als. to be heh! by the Motor Boat Club' qfiAuierlca the latter part of tills moult In Huntliigtoii liny. Jack Johnson in the Antipodes AMERICAN Chicago....... 500'DOO Philadelphia 030 200 10 1 Scott, Mogridgc, Walsh and "Payne, nnd Block; "Morgan, Krause, Dan- forth and Thomas. Cleveland ___. OQO'001 22X---B 13 1 IvW'York' DOO 000 82 Krapp am] Planer; R. Fisher, Quinn and'Sweeney. j Detroit. -I Boston........ 003 031 16 3 anci Stallage; .Kill- Hay, 'Nagle and Carrlgau. St. Louis 000 000 5 2 Washington 000 001 7 -2 Peity and Stephens; Hughes and Street. Hugh Mclntosh the Vustrallan uiomotei etldmtK intends, to !ako fighter ot cljsb fiom America if possible for he Is still signing them up at in anfizlug late for his woilds (oil) and is not a single bet In the making; line Ho has Johnson I ailfeford Fljnn and Haufma.n alread) landed as headliners in the heaiv weight dhislon he Is making otters to eierjtnan vl clas in all the lUjhtei weights not onh in this countn but Jlso in Jtnglaud -and nance Mcliuosh kuous that the will null fig crowds for him thej appeal but as there are almost no men at-jill in the division in the Intrnoao' the hustling promotei is forced to import Just about all of talent tor the big shows. Of course he Btlll has Bill I ang who Villl probabh tight some of the but Mclntosh kno s tl at the figlrt fat the championship will be Lingtoid ind Johnson and t lius is tnkinralong plenti of, men to mil e othu good matches. The First real oik ahead ot Johnson is a match with Flsnn foi Mclntosh believes that a match the pall will drau as good a> did the Johnson -Burns contest of n fen teais igo Fljim did T beautmil stioke o[ business for himself nhen he beat -U Kaufrtian fol he is nel ill oiei the world and man -Uistialnns legwd him as the real ulnti, hope Cher here we knoH that I him cannot hope to COIN) viitli Johnson but he is T good game fellow and will give the champion just'ibout'as'tdugh a tlissel as any of them. After, fighting .Johnson, Mynu .will probably, meet. Al Kaufman again before one of Mclnlo hi cli bs and if knulnwn ctu belt rijnu then of course, he will'be iritted Texan, z Three-Team Race in National I While jiist at" present. Hie National Girls' Knee, H -nnd 1st M. iLc'ague rade is fib cloie that the events comliletelj tha Imith; 2nd A. Prentiua Results of Races at Claresholm Claresholm, Aug. small pro- gramme of IOCH] races was pulled off it the Fail jesterday the fol lowing results -r Open punning 0 R, Watt Ranche King 1 D Har perj Brownie, 2; J. Heniuger, Pinto, 3. Ranche King lay off lengths till the stiptch when he cime out and woil litrd. held toot} rac.e for eacoud Saddle Horse Race, Half Mile, A. Coleman. Lady, 1; J. T. Heninser, Pinto, 2, A good race with Lady in front throughout; Poii; Race tlo Hinihgei Pinto. 1: Stewart Ranch, Polly, .2; J. Shaw. Prince, 3. Also ran Flossy: and Uuoy. A won'' by a length. 3 Minute Trot'or Gau- djn Brit ill I Biiste) Brown 1 Kenvon 232 the tive.elnbs msking fight, members of the Giants declare that everything points to a shattering of the hopes of tlie: clubs rated 1S pennant posfcibilitie, within tho nelt three weeks Thei to see St.' Louis and Philadelphia out of it soon and then figure the race will gradually resolve itself into a battle between themselves and Chicago, with odds in tbeir favor. Till prediction he McGraw band conditions of the said a of ''js based on the .various pitching Stt-wait Ranch Hi Brit 1jas -been objected staffs of the league. Everything else is so nearl; wnual that the pennant lace shifts lUelf down to i cjue-tion of which pitching, staff will stand up longest and best in'the.weeks to come. the five pennant possibilities only New York and Chicago have flcie-nt pitching strength to cop. thcr club can point with just pride to the past records of its hurlers, for bot.h Irnve heen hfconsistent from the :o on the ground that ho has i mark j rt and is not entered under light name Farmers Trotyl 1 1 C, Wallace Black Tack 2 0 lien kcr, Lucy, 3 3; J. A. D mond.. 4; A. :McMillan, S. Brit had it alLthe time; idea Exploded The ancient .idea that pitchers can- not hit seems to be disproved In both major and minor, leagues -this year. Ferry, Suggs, Humphries and Mar- Q.UErd ill the National rfor instance, make a swatting quartette. In 'the American are hitting above Mullin and Langc .300. both arc better prepared for. the final sprint to the tape than the rust. Ritchie. Mclntpre. Ruelbach and Cole, a disappointment earlier in .the season, with the help of Brown the rescuer, arc giving Chicago good pit- ching, even if, It Is :not the brilliant stuff of three and four, years ago. None of these, with the exception of Brown has been worked so hard that he has not every reason In the world to count on being .able to hang on .until the close of the season. a great pitching staff surely but in. better physical comiitiou than an) in the league ulth the single ex ception of New York. liragging about that pitching staff, is a' ticklish pro- position. It is one of those thing: that seem to take particular delight n blowing the works np at the very lioment one expects most of. .it. B.ul the old dope shows McQrav, in poss essidri of left-handers whb are pitching at least as good ball as any It the league Marquard is today as great a pitch er'as any. in the country and Wiltso'. last three full games have aMibee; rattling good. opes. made good in everything McGraw ed for him. The other appears to be in the throes'of the winning streak that always overtakes-him about this time of-the year To maton the southpaws are Matty and Ames. Matty may not be as won- derful a pitcher as he used to be; he hasn't won as large a percentage of his games as was expected, hut it will be' noticed that he has annexed sev- enteen out of and really ranks fourth in the list. Alexander is the only pitcher in the league who has won more games. 'Every one of this quartette is in bet ter physical condition than at any tliiie alnce the beglnnig of the sea- son. Where others fall by !the "way side these four .really figure to gain, IT anything, as -they go along. 'Today McOraw. has. the strongest and best pitching staff in the league one which has only to hold its present form to lend the'.club to a pennant if given the proper support. Exact Size Exact Size ENJOY THIS HAVANA CIGAR A Breath 61' Pure Havana in Every Puff The Memory Lingers I In ana Ueirs represent the highest presente da; ittainmeni. in cigar making Made from the iioh mellow leaf of the choicest imported be delighted their eaquisite flavor and fragrance They.smoke smoothly, evenly and sweetly to'tho last puff. Get one today. You'll hardly a REAL smoke is till -you've tried oho of these. BALED HAVANAS JOSE GA8TK COMPANY MFRS Of IALKD HAVANA! EL MORO, Ml LINDA TORONTO ONT r t K l i CHOICE SELECTIONS FROM THE DIAMOND f Chicago holds the record for being on top of the NationaLleague race for :he longest, number of-days'.aincd' May !2 The New York fans are loudest n their praise of Rube Marquard are the early In the. season (you know the rest.) Of the ten leading base stealers in National league, New Yorlt has six Murray, Devore, Jlerkle, and Snod- grass. Mike Donlin listened to the call of the stage and the once renowned New York -batting star is now on the roster of the National league's tall-end toam. The Phillies were thought to have set the record In drawing crowds or heir last series at home with Chicago ibiit tho Athletics left them away be- hind In the series recently plmyed with lilie Tlgera. One of the greatest burdens that any minor league muiagar could ever hope to aatnme has been ihonldcred by Otto Jordan, leader of the Atlanta club, whe Haymvnd far Ihe. reform Giants, Davenport in the I. I. I. League.went 29 innings without scoring a run. From the fifth inning of a game, with Quincy they went rimless through a 16 inning game with the same team and the next day Hock Island -blanked them for lilne more. The 'Detroit Tigers .have been a very poor road team so far this sea ion. In 1007 and 100S they won the pennant on the road, winning a big majontj of their games from home. This, year they have suffered a severe reversal of form In tpect, and have done well, at home, hnt poorly on foreign fields. An? team which does a little better than hrenk even .on the road cannot hope nnd abroad in ordw to cop the large majority of their games, both home to land 9 flag. The old about broking on the row! and being satisfied with that, Is a orjr of the aeeond dlvlalen outfits. All the win nen know they mwt win. the .NATIONAL Boston 0 .3- 1 Tyler and Raridan; -Heulbach and Archer. No other games reported in the Na- tional. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis '001 10 Columbus Indianapolis- Louisville Toledo Jlilwaukeo Minneapdilil 000 000 5 000 Oil 2 t 123 000 000 7 HO 100 8. "603 000 '6 240 ooo 8 St. Paul vs 'Kansas City, no game on account, of two played .yesterday. I 'EASTERN Jontreal .......oiO 020 S Newark 040 000 12 Rochester 002 002 11 Baltimore 000 6 Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Moose .Taw Calgary Winnipeg Edmonton Saslvatoon Brandon 33 26 23 29 50 I i 65 74 .766 .C67 NATIONAL bicago ..63 '39 .C1.S New 63 41 GOT ?lltsbuife 6 4J 602 niladelphm nO 16 o62 at Lonls ol> 48 4r Cincmtati 4G 08 "8 Brookljn 40 H ,381 Boston 27 61 307 LAWS. WUTE1IN CANADA A neat llttlouboklat compliva ,for our ciiBUiuiors and undo to fit tlm vent pgcket, voiitulnlnf game. Jaws ..of SlnnltobaV (katcheivaii, Alberta, Brltlth Co- iumtiln and Ontario, alio othef usef.ul -iportB jnan.. TliiB-bQokiet will be glad- iy iniiHed'wlth our'epmpllmenti 'to nny (iualrliiB The Can- adian Arms and'Sporting Goods Co., Fair Play Assured Russian Lion in Big Bout Chicago, Aug.. Jt is: pretty. ilmrd-' to make Intersoctional .or. internation- al 'feeling attach to a sporting iittaii1 any more, "Sentiment" lives :on'iy oti iho outer" fringes of Interest In the event on Close up the interest Intejinifiet In. "picking the this is ilone, or utifjinptod reference to Die colors the bno who Is imbued with, the -real sport at'fiatus -recognizes "neither color country." All this bitterness of. reeling Ijetwqen. races Hint is supppaed to he engeiideroti by tho "contest is a niere matter of publicity "Out sltlo-of that it has no e.xhUen'cis. Tlio underlying principle Is embodi led in the words "may the best raau V'in." no matter whence he or where the champinnship finds .iodge- nt. _heard of. a loi of "race rofl" 'previous to the 'hat Lie between Joh'nson iind'Joffffeii, yet saw none of it at Reno. Tlie cheers that grject- the raising of Johnson's by tho rpt'eree were'genuino and. seeming- ly '.inanimquE. feflflfui crisis'- newspaper folk And there. which seeihinirly aan'e iiad calculated philaflejphia Detroit, Boston New Vhrk ieveland Chicago Washington St. Louip AMERICAN, 7.1 68 18 >i6 3S 44 B3 ib 56 16 46 34 .607 .528 .500 .500 .495 .415 Baltimore Toronto Buffalo Montreal Jersey City Xowark 'rovldence EASTERN 75 71 69 52 61 43 45 41 19 44 47 56' 60 64 67 .658 .61 n .595 .484 373 provoke the nuiriler of Johnson nnd lie starting of a. general "race. .wan.' When ,you get to_the heart of it the. sporting world fldcan't care. much or long who win's if the" contest" clean and the victory decisive. the yictor. happens to be one of one's own. breed so. ranch the better, .but: it is not necessary, to the cordial, ac- claiming of the hero th'at he be sucili, hear a lot now 'and we'll hear" more 'about th'e "tf.ito America ment" that is massed behind "our own; Pi-ank Gotch" in.his pending wrestling match with George Haclienschmidt. The echo of this piffle abroad nray create .the notion over there the best Hackpnschiiiidt cet hne even though he is a better man, is the worst of it. As a pia'tter of fact, how- ever, those tt-ho will be" divided only as: their- -bets divide and the betting market will.be rulod-by calm snpfthig judfiemeiit not by the colors in the separate corners. It will 'be hard to tell In the Vol- ume of cheers that will go up which" 'la the favorite. Hack will- have no reason to feel that ihe is u stranger in a strange land with every man's hand against him. Around that arena will be thousands ready to resent-iyocifer- ouslj a j u si adrantagft that Gdtch may feel at liberty. of him C otch because of the time and place, and the Tact that only Gotch's fellow countrymen are" on giiiin-ii will not be allowed to "get inching Ihit does not brpyk for his Hicken bchmidt will have no one to wrestle with bj suggestion but Gotch It he wins fnnly the sweeta of toij will be his anj ijancid in gredicnts. The applapSB. he, will hear will be none 'the less" -hearty than if the American- had earned'- it, even though he takes the-ohampiopehlp-oub of -Vnienca perhaps to bring it back Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age iAC n m the Glennvrt D.itnc- (J Dmillene. m Scotland from font of Scotch parley OIIICT.. FIOM Distillery Co, etn to from C C rAANVBLO WINE AMI SMUT ;