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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE 'LETHBRTPCE DAILY Friday. August 18, TIGERS LOSE AND ATHLETICS WIN Y.M.CA. EVENTS FINISH TONIGHT OVERSEAS CAPTURED FIRST GAME FOR CHARITY SHIELD yuiiiiiiifiiimiiiiiiii Foresters Went Down in Fast and Brilliant Struggle Score 1 -0 Sons and Callies Next of the Western twi- light were stratchlng over the scene of combat, the A. O. F. tenm strug- gling nurd to even, went down to defeat last tteftng Iwfore the Over- ms eleven to first same of .Wright Charity Shlrtd The 1-0 El ft good indication of the butila enacted and is i fair criterion to the football teg't of the eaiibre of football Mml Is likely to be played during the remain- ing of the .series. j The game vu called shortly before 7 o'clocX, tbe Fon-Biters getting Ollt il ;kick-off. The ball wmu almost im- mediately into their territory, and for a tew .mluutei the fans were treated to ft flue exhibition of headwork, as noted the clever combination of the and tbe heavy accurate cbtoklng of the A, few hot Bhbte In on Hawkins htit blocked acotiraWly and cleared On a of occasions B.VM got a fair lead. twice Collier nipped them to the bud. At tbU Jnnoture Benibridge thereafter from either side but noth- ing materialized. .From dial until half tlmo the game luggin! soniewlint and the ref. was kept busy watching throw-ins and off-sides. For the first five minutes of 'lie sec- ond half the ball hovered about :hc> centre, neither forward line breaking away in a mail. Then (tie A. 0. F. defence take a chance as they rush PHILADELPHIA HAS NICE LEAD NOW the plgBkto, and evading his check, down tfte ilde. It looked a one, but a weakness seemed to him and he failed to turn fa the laateji r Uaeraatun aidedtewdod 12 tbe to his centre. Thus fr-am one end of the field to the op- jjoelte the battle waxed hot. heavy checking wu indulged in. but the nets were never located. The goal tenders pulled oft evea honors, any brilliant itop on the .part of one being duly re- ciprocated by tbe opposite guardian of the net. After- thirty minutes ot fast play, fol- lowing a mix-up near the four line, out in an endeavor to make a Sim takes possession of the sphere, evades Home and (Jliisholiu. lint shoots wide. Xothing Cameron thoi; evens up with a drop from right field .vji. The game lo and the fans are ro some classy stuff- For cloKo mixing and quick head work it was lo belt and some rcaKy clev- er trick plays were Indulged In. The Oversews in their ardour trespassed rather closely on the offside limit, keeping the referee busy. But never ;igaiii were the nets found and the sec- ond half tallied no score. A very commendable feature of the game was the entire absence of intentional roughness. Hooker was nrostr.-.ied for a minute at the "I.'ise of (no first half. Imt soon recovered and New York Crawls Closer to Cubs in National Uood-byo- Detroit. Philadel- phia by beating Ciiicr.go twice yesterday while Detroit suc- cumbed to Boston, saineil a good lead over their great riv- als in the American league race, being 39 points to tile good. In the National. New York edged up a little closer to Chi- cago by taking a double-header from Cincinnati, the Cubs go- in gilown before Boston. was always in the fight. About ten minutes before full time, Cameron re- ceived z. heavy olifcck that sent, him off for the remainder of the Cray, No dirt however was Indulged in, and the referee's decisions wore duly taken. It. is sincerely hoped by all lovers of manly sport that the next game be- tween the 3. O. E. team and the Cal- Hes, will be as free from any taiui of tacttee. A fair crowd the and were amply repaid by the brand of game put forth by the players. Fol- lowing are tin- line-ups of ihe teams: Home and Chis- '10'm- Mullen and Mcll- with terrific speed at Hawkins. latter felt the leather, but only as It A. O. Hooker and was passing through hla clutches on Scott, Cox, Wilson and Home; Cam- the! road to the nets. Thus was acor- [eron, Hooker, Knowiden, Doe and Jnhn- the only goal of the game. Des-'eou. perate attempts were forthcoming Tennant. OON'T LIKE DEFEAT Are Plinnlng to Pliy the Toronto Which Defeated Them, on Return East TWt William, Out., Aug. Toronto team that defeated the Cor- inthians two to nothing are to be glv- 6n a second game. The secretary an- nounced this afternoon that he was writing today accepting tne oate, Sopt. 14, offered. It was also stated by some members of the Corinthians that the Fort William-team had played as good game as the .Toronto cracks, though the results vaxttr different. IN WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Mf. touring Corinthian toot ball teura from Eng- land hu arrived in Winnipeg. They will play an team tomor- row afternoon and a strong team been plctad In to bent Un Old Coantrrmen. MMtLEOD TEMNia PLAYERS COMING HERE TOMORROW Tie IfMtKKl tennis team will be In tlita dlf to try ponclue- lone wKh the-local r. M. C. A. team on the letter's- grounds. The tourna- ment will ee FINAL EVENTS TONIGHT Tonight at tbe baseball park at seven o'clock sharp there will be run oft the remaining events in tiie .championship' as follows: -HO yards, running broad jump, pole vault and the half mile. You are cordially invited. It was an- nounced that tile finals would he on Monday evening. That was a mistake. Tonight is the ttrue. "fr FORMER LETHBRIDGE PLAYER GOES UP Bill Lunge, former Chicago outfield- er, now acting as scout for the Cin- cinnati team, .has signed Miles third baseman of the Spokane team, in tile Northwestern Outfield- Edward Spokane; and! Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN Cleveland OOO 001 10 3 York 101 001 11 0 Kaler and Fisher: Ford and -Sweeney. Detroit......... 101'100 12-2 Hoslon OOIM S Jlullin and Pape, Wood and Carrigan. Chicago 000 000 5 2 I Philadelphia 000 300 6 0 Sullivan; Coombs and I Lapp. Second Chicago 010 000 Philadelphia 000 031 THE WATCH OF QUALITY B la sold wherever gentle- 5 men for home S uie, Speci'y S it by name. 22 c.c. PAUNUKLOAVINK 4 SHKIT co. Ltthbrldgc, Alt! KECORD AI GOLF. BENNETT SHIELD Local Team and Calgary i Callies Engage Next Week At the meeting of the football CK- ecutive hold last night two teams were picked for ii practice on Monday night next. This is to pre- pare the boyg for Oheir struggle with the Calgary Caledonians some night next week, in the first round of the Bennett Shield series. The gacis will be for practice on the bull grounds, at C.30 sharp. A nominal of ten cents admission will be charged. The following players ?re (requested to be on liiind: Fan-is and Ban-' Herman; Glen, Chiswick and Urennan; Moore, Clarke, Parker, ilolherton and Oliver. Home and Patter- son; Alcock, Lee and Mutton; Bern- bridge, Page, C. Chis'vick, Thompson iul McM.urtie. I The Caledonian executive request he hea-rty .support of alt players and 'ans in gathering together a winning earn to oppose the Calgary eleven. I N ICHOILS. Mogfidse. and Schiillz; Ben- the French tillii.' Gilbert Nichblls, JVihiilDpton Country Ctab, (U Englewoud. N. J., golfed is no otkev ioHower of tbe rojal aud AD- cieut JJUM 9rtt golfed before him. Hii agsregnfe sejeiity-two holes is n 'for championship by strokes the score with which Arnwid (Massy recently won der and Smith. St. Louis 4 1 Washington 120 000 10 3 Nelson and Johnson and Street. NATIONAL Boston 250 031 16 2 Chicago 000 200 S 11 4 Perdue and Rarician; Ritchie, Mc- lntyre and Archer and Graham. Xew York 103 1-10 13 5 Cincinnati 100 001 420 Ames anil -Myers; Keefe and Clarke. Second Xew York 610 112 15 2 Cincinnati ___ 000 200 275 Crandali and Myers; Wilson, Smith and McLean. Brooklyn Pitlsbiirg 032 000 14 200 (104 7 Bllrkc, Scanlon, Schardt and.Erwin; Ferry, Camnitz and Gibson. I'lilladeliilita DOO 000 5 5 St. Louis 200 010 10 0 Speucer; Car- Moore, Hownn and tcr. Stceie and Bliss. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee Minneapolis Pitcher Schmnltz. of Tacoma. Langej Kansas City endeavored to sign Fielder Ryan Portland, the leading hitter of the Pa cific 'coast league, but found that Cleveland had an option on him. SPEY ROYAU SCOTCH WHISKY MSTIUJED BY W. A. GILBEY IN THE HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS FROM SCOTLAND'S FMEST BARLEY. TCMII Kt. Paul Second game Kansas City 007 000 10 200 112 12 022 HO 14 000 310 13 .100 100 12 2 St. Paul .......300 Oil 13 2 Louisville 110 010 S 3 Toledo 000 000 3 6 Columbus vs Infiianupnlfs no same, wet grounds. Rochester Baltimore EASTERN 112 200 ___ 000 001 lii 2 fi 3 TABER TEAM SHORT OF SEVERAL PLAYERS Taber, Aug. Taber lacrosse teum which was defeated at the Hat Wednesday, can offer a legitimate ex- for their fall-down, which save the gas town team-the chanipions'hip the district league. Four of the regular players, including the goal tender, were absent from Taber has challenged the Hat team to a game on Taber grounds in the near future. KL.'NG VS. DONI-IN It will bo one grand battle-'between Johny Kling and Jlike Donlin for the lanageinunt of the Boans next vear. It is pretty generally understood that Kling went to Boston with' the under- standing that he would be placed charge of the club in 1012. Now conies Sir Michael with the managerial bee in his bonnet and if he can hit the sphere like he useu he soon be a big favorite with the fans and a competitor for the place. Mike would like to manage the Reds, and McGraw boosted him to Garry for the job, but the Red chief could not see it. Standing of Clubs ffiday WESTERN CANADA Won'Lost Calgiirj-. H Edmonton Winnipeg..... Saskatoon Brandon...s 57 J5 50 30 22 21) 44 50 C5 .773 i .501! .500 .316 Plunging Ahead in popularity among those men with.a taste for what's best in tobacco, are fragrant Black Cat 10 CIGARETTES FOR The delightful mellowness of the sun-cured Virginia tobacco in these carefully rolled cig- arettes has won them ever increasing popu- at home and abroad. Our up-to-date Canadian factory is run- ning full capacity all the time in a tremendous endeavor to supply the demand for these high-class, low-priced, satisfying smokes. Ask your dealer about At All GooJ Tobacconuti CARKDIAS MAHC1ANU5 CIGARETTES. Li Won Lost P. C. Philadelphia Detroit..... Boston .1.'. Xew Yorlc-- Cleveland Chicago Washington St. Louis St. Louis 71 6S 57 56 55 45 34 34 38 43 53 55 58 65 74 74 Western Canada League Games MACKIN MOST POPULAR, "'MAN IN EDMONTON''TODAY .652 .613 i .615 I .505! .495 .403 .S15 Chicago New York I'ittiburg Philadelphia St. TjOnis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston Won Lost 38 41 63 59 5S 46 40 26 43 4f, 43 S3 G4 61 P. C. .Ii24 .606 .603 .562 .547 .438 .384 .230 Edmonton, Aug. Mnck- in's men again celebrated their su- periority over the. Bronchos ,-today, handing it.. to them by a score of Ii to Manning asain pitched for Iho losers and was again hit hard. Mc- Quarry had it on him In the box for the Eskimos in every way. The showing of the Edmonton team since Mackin took hold of the reins has made that player the most pop- ular man in town today. THE ANGELS CELEBRATE HOME-COMING WITH LOSS Rochester Baltimore Toronto Buffalo...... I -Montreal..... Jersey City Newark...... Providence WITH THE BOXERS Matt ami Phil Brock will meet in Philadelphia today. Jack (Twin) Sullivan and George Cotton have signed to box in Buffalo the latter part of this month. Kid .McCoy, who says he la a genu- ine "come back" will.meet "Gunboat" Smith in San Francisco if some pro- moter, wili stage the bout. Jimmy Clahby will make another trip to Australia under (he manage- ment of ling Mclntosh. lie will leave for that country next month. Toronto 002 100 6 2 Providence 002 100 7 2 Called In the seventh, rain. NO ONE BUT COBB COULD PULL' IT OFF Whw Co. TE New York American: In the fifth lining Cobb Bhowed a remarkable ex- hibition of speed. Me hit sharply to right field and .figured .that Wolter would probably throw to the plate to trv to held Bush. Wolter outguessed Cobb, and liirnw on a'lino to Knight at second. Cobb had kept on tearing on (toward tho midway. He aaw that Wol- Uer'n tnrow had him beaten, b.ut, with one of the prettiest, hook imag- inable, Cobb threw hla body two (eet .beyond Knight'i quick stab, and held [the. bane with bin No other i player In the .world could have I retched such a pure Into a EASTERN .Won 74 71 G9 52 51 43 44 41 P. C. .623 .505 .481 .464 .402 .306 .373 Brandon, Aug. Angels cele- brated their home-coming by losing a listless game to the Berrypickers, the score being 4 to 2. The locate had a good chance to even up in the sev- enth, when..thei.bnces were full, but 'iorthcom: ins.' Ah official umpire failed to ap- pear and a player from each team was used with good satisfaction. ROBINS TAKE FALL OUT OF MAROONS Winnipeg, Aug. Jaw kept up its victorious career by slaughtering the Maroons here today) in the opening game of the 'series by the score of 9 to 3. For seven inn- ings it looked like real ball game with both teams playing .classy ball) but in the eighth'.-the leaders hart their usual batting rally and slammed Collins' slants nil over the field, count- ing six runs. Brown twirled fair baM tor the visitors, he being t'rong in; Plnchei. Lnssi's fielding WS.E tnre. DETROIT HANDICAPPED FOR WANT OF COMPETENT INITIAL SACK'GUARDIAN UOOD RACES AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Aug. was the biggest day of the exhibition, when it is estimated over peo- ple paid BdmiE-sIon to the grounds'. Following is .the summary of races: 2.40 pace 2.35 trot, purse Lead On. R. G. Willis, Boissevaln, rirst; B. Wllkes, T. H. Hill, Ed- monton, second. 2.10 trot, purse McKIn- ney, won; Jenny _C., second; Hart- wood, third. Time 2.19 1-4. Mite anil one-eighth, stake Prince Rupert, won; Stand Off, sec- ond; Alberta third. Time, 1.57, Five and half furlongs dash, pursn puke, won; Snorting Life, second; Miss Alviscott, third. Time l.OS. The most apparent weakness of the Detroit Tigers lies at first hase. Dele- liantj-'s leg IB so bad that, he Is prac- tically useless at the position. Drake will never do. UnleSB Gainor IB able to get back into harness speedily the JonnlngB organisation will continue on the down grade. Sam Crawford might relieve the situation, but Sam abso- lutely refuses to become an infielder. lie declares that It Interferes with balling. Jennings wcs duo for a big disappointment over the case of Gain- or. whom Hughlc expected to play at flrat base within a day or two. Presi- dent Novin found it necefiflflry to call a specialist, to operate >on .Gainer's wrist, which healed improperly from a fracture. The experts declare that Xlainor-cannot be fit'for 'duty before September 1. OOTCH WILL HAVE TO GO SOME TO WIN There are many ardent admirers of the wonderful Gotch who believe he will be able to throw Hackenachmidl with almost as much eaie at he did Zbrsifto, but It Is generally admitted, too, that Hackenichmidt Is a better man thAn Zbyszko, and is better phy- sically and nclentlftcally than when he wrestled Gotch before. Upon that line of Hack snonld be able to put up a fight that will have all the on their chair edges In the ei- of Ihe thins. And, there are not a few who believe that Oolrh will 'we hit Waterloo for tbc first Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age (T Made in the Glenjivet District of Didilleries in Scotland, (ram the html of Scotch BarUy. CraiftcUackU-Gkialifet Distillery Co. ft tot flwn C C PA6NUELO WINE ANB SPI1HT ;