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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbrldge Daily Herald, Friday, August 1910. Pige 7. BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL At Fittsburg...... 13 2 lUincinnati 172' ''Camnitz and Gibson; Caspar and Benton and McLean and Clark. Um- pires Johnstone and Eason. AMERICAN At Detroit......... 9 1 Tomorrow evening at 6 o'clock Boston 5 2 there is going to be -something doing Willett and Stanage and Schmidt; in football lines in this city. Calgary Cicotte and Carrigan. Umpires Egan Cumbers are coming down to try and O'Loughlin. conclusions with the Lethbridge Metal At Workers. The local boys ar.? deter- S 0 mined to retrieve, if their Cleveland 6 4 Defeat of the former game in Calgary. Walker and Beckendorf; Fanwell! Needless to say, Calgary does not in- and Donohue. Umpires Coliflower. tend travel so far and then take WILL BE SOME GAME IT LOOKS LIKE A GOOD BOUT Between Attell and Mar- ino at Calgary Next Monday 8 0 8 2 and and and Connolly. At Chicago Chicago Philadelphia wnite and Sullivan; Coombs Livingstone. Umpires Johnston Kvans. EASTERN At Jersey City Montreal 1 7 0 Jersey City 9 1 Dubbs and Hardy; Hartley and But- ler. Umpires Halligan and Kelly. Called end 7th to catch train. At Providence Toronto 5 1 Frovidence 1 3 1 Rudolph and Vandergrift: Laven- der and Peterson. Umpire Finneran. At Baltimore First game Rochester 0 7 -2 Baltimore 14 2 .Savidge and Blair; Russell and Egan. Umpires Boyle and Byron. Second game Rochester 14 2 Baltimore 6 7 6 Holmes and Blair; Maroney, Vick- ers and Egan. NORTHWESTERN At Vancouver Vancouver -7 10 2 Seattle 0 2 3 At Spokane Spokane 5 6 3 Tacoma 6 6 2 ASSOCIATION At Louisville Minneapolis. 10 9 1 Louisville 024 Hughes and Owens and Smith; Ritcher and Allen. Umpire Owens. At Columbus Milwaukee 1 4 2 Columbus 5 7 1 Cattling and Sitton and Arbogast. Umpire Chill. :St. Paul vs Toledo, no game, rain. Kansas City vs jLadianapolis, no game, rain. a 'beating. The game is called for 6 p.m. Bob. Wilson, the well known local man, will referee the game. The following players constitute the Lethbridge Plumbers: McLeugh- lan, Pearson; Cameron, Isitt, Kelly, Scott, Wilson, Nicholson, Engle, Hol- berton and Turnbull. PLUMBERS PUT UP FAST GAME Snappy is the word that best ap- plies to the character of last night's practice match .between the Y. M. C. A. and the Plumbers. Neither team had its regular line-up, which may account for the score, 1-0 in favor of the Y, M. C. A. But these boys in the 'Brite, have shown a steady advance in football lines since the commencement of the season, and without doubt thhe next three weeks will give to the football fans of Leth- .some exhibitions that shall ap- p'eal to them quite strongly. -It wag either game from start .to'.finish and the -clpsieness of the play can 'best -be judged from the fact that the ialf-time score -sheet read a' tblank. It was in the second half, about 15 minutes after the restart, that, the 'ball was netted for the only time dur- ing the game. The leather had been hovering about the Y. M. C. A. goal some minutes, when Oliver, who was playing outside left for the T. M. C. A., captured the and rushed down the side. Evading the halves he passed a grounder in front, and Freeman was there to shove the in past McLeuchlan's defence. During the remainder of the game honors were evenly divided, rushes' looked likely, being made fre- j quently iby either forward line. But' nothing more was doing between the j posts. Referee Bob Wilson officiated in his usual impartial manner. Following are line-ups. Y. M. C. Easton, Cauld- well, Chiswick, McKay, Schofield, Oli- ver, Alcock, Freeman, Mathais, Wil- son. Plumbers McLeuchlan, Pearson. Scott, Isitt, Kelly, Cameron, Engle, Watson, Holberton, P.obson, Wilson. Jack Johnson has a rival as a speed manic. Billy Papke, the middle-weight star, is trying to outdo the black champion. Billy was arrested in Chi- cago the other day on a charge of resisting an officer and had to pay a fine. P. O. GARAGE BEOWKE- COSMAff CO. Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. WON'T ABIDE BY IT Latest communication from 'Calgary re the new schedule drawn up by Vice President R. A. Wright for the remaining games in A.A.L.A. states that Calgary will not abide by it. refuse- to play Lethbridge until High River and Calgary have played off. No communication has as yet been received from High. River. erything in the league is at a stand- still and word is eagerly being waited from High River. If High River agrees with. Lethbridge on the new schedule, it will in all probability be gone ahead with as ordered by the vice-president. ENGLISH RUGBY TOO Great interest is being taken here in the fifteen- round bout between Abe Attell and Bddy Marino in the sub- urbs of Calgary next Monday. Lethbridge fight fans are wondering how Marino is entitled to meet At- tell, who is the holder of the world's featherweight title, the former be- ing considered a second-rater in his class. But Marino is.a lightweight fighter, which practically evens things up. Marino has of late been consid- ered good enough to battle .with the best men in the lightweight division and he has aspirations for annexing the title. The result of scrap with Attell will be a deciding factor in -deciding .his right to issue a chall- enge to Wolgast. It is not generally known that when Marino fought Kid Howell here foe was suffering from an injured hand considerably handicapped his but at-that he was able to pull off a draw with his heavier op- ponent." Attell is somewhat of a favorite in the betting and is generally looked upon to win on points. In order not to clash with those playing Rugby under the Canadian rules, the next practice of those preferring to play the Northern Union or English Rugby Union game will be held on Tuesday even- ing next All old country players are invited to turn out. Regular practice nights will be set aside after Tues- day night's game. GILLIS SECOND ATHLETIC MEET Men's and Suits at I am making it my custom to dis- pose in August of my complete stock many in- ill of summer suits, tnougk in stances suits are included tnat also serve for fall wear. This season I find mv stock of tne higher grad wi es id my particularly heavy, so Saturday you can choose any or suit in the store and a onl pay ony It's too good a snap to miss Men's 2-piece Suits Every 2-pice suit must go, I don't intend carrying over a single one Men's Straw Hats at Half Price btraws temptingly underpriced wken most nelpful in saving vacation funds. Your choice of any nat for 50cT 75c tat for 40c, 50c bat for 25c Big reduction in Canvas Shoes in White and Pearl Blucher and Oxford cuts, cool and durable neat, Sole Agency for SLATER SHOES BUCHAN "THE MEN'S MAN" 408 Round St. Next Eureka Theatre CARNEY GOTSORE Made Trouble Because Miners Beat the Cowpundiers 34 Calgary, Aug. who left the team yesterday, returned to his 'allegiance and mount, turning out a swell article of 'ball- but despite this and a home run by Smith, the Miners put an extra run across the plate and won. Carney sought to choke off Um- pire Wheeler and was sent from the field. Dissatisfaction was so general that Wheeler had to be safeguarded from excited fans by three stalwart policemen before leaving' the field I 1 I Paddock, ss Carney rf Los Angeles Man Beat Vancouver Policeman Out for First Place Chicago, C. Thompson, of Los Angeles, with a percentage of 6991, now holds the title" of all-round athletic champion of the world, as the result of winning the annual meet of the A. A. U. held on Marshal Field under the auspices of the Chicago Ath- letic Association. J. H. Gillis, of Vancouver, B. C., AB 5 3 3 2 Clynes, If Smith, 3b Kellackey, lb 3 1 Stanley, c 4. 0 Connors, 2b 4 0 Duggan, cf 4 0 Geehan, p 3 0 rf ___ 1 0 32 3 AB R i Mackin, 2b 4 0 ss 4 0 Zimmerman, If 3 0 Chick, 3b 5 0 Lynch, c 5 0 Dudley, rf 4 1 Ib i 2 Corrigan, cf 3 1 Grimes, p 4 0" 222 7 27 10 H 0 A 2 6 4 0 2 0 1 2 5 0 0 0 9 1 all-round champion of Canada, who, in- private life is a policeman, and who is said to have been the tallest man in the field, left his "beat" long enough to be a close second to Thomson with a percentage of 6909. However, the 73S5 record of Martin Sheridan, last year's winner, was not beaten. After Thomson had won the 8S6 yard walk and had climbed the laurels in the shot put.-event, his supremacy over .the others was plain. "He finish- ed the 120 yard hurdle in 16 1-5 and in the one mile run he carried off second place. Brundage, the crack C. A, A. athlete, carried off the honors of third place, with a percentage of 6120 1-2 and Bird of the same club finished -fourth, with .5747 as his average. There were six withdrawals from entries, amon the New Orleans man, who of of them beins AUSTRALIAN PROMOTE A HUSTER Hugh Mclntosh Now in London Where He Has New Fistic Arena London, Aug. D. Mcln- tosh, the Australian sporting promo- ter, is some hustler. He just .beats them all toy getting into a stride where the opposition can't reach him. Mac has given the old country a shake-up that they have not full significance of yet. He arrived in London on 'Monday, August 1, and by he had made all arrange- ments -for one of the biggest boxing campaigns that this land has ever wit- nessed. Before coming to London Mac had signed up Tommy Burns and Sam Langford to fight 20 rounds under his management for the light heavyweight championship of the world, and the go will take place in London during next September. Mclntosh secured the Polland Park skating rink for the affair, and will erect an arena to seat over peo- ple. He has taken a lease on the rink and will run monthly shows, all of which he says, will be of world-wide nterest. Burns and Langford will for a percentage of the receipts, giving them a Eugene Corri has been retained to referee all the battles. The next big one to follow the Burns-Langford fighf will be Jack Johnson again-st the -win ner, Mclntosh having the iblack cham IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else but bats, balls, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc, to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more torn and lots more health than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuli of clothes. GET YOUR SPORTING TOOLS here if you want them right We do not handle the near right kind The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Go; PHONE 1032 412 ROUND WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Calgary 25 Edmonton 24 Winnipeg 21 Moose Jaw...... 17 Saskatoon 14 Lethbrirfge___' 13 Brandon Regina 13 Lost 10 9, 14 .15 17 17. 22 -29 E- C. .740 .727 .600 .531 .451. ...400. .433 for tnree accounti Mclntosh gives Johnson for a White, the colored athlete tour, during which John- Pennsylvama, being entered. goa jg tQ fight Mac can put against him. Gillis Fought Hard All through the early part of the; meet, Gillis, who left his policeman's beat to attempt to capture the cham- pionship, battled tooth and nail with Thomson. At the end of the fifth event Thomson was only fifteen points ahead of Gillis. The best showing of the day as o ows.. fights that Wells could not get from C. P. White, the colored athlete, led any other source, the field in the 100-yard race, and beat last year's champion, Martin Sheridan's mark of 10 3-5 seconds by 1-5 second. his whirlwind trip. He has taken a big abandoned skating rink in Birm- ingham and will put on a fight be- tween heavy-weights there on Sep- tember 10. He is after Bombardier j Wells, the new English heavy-weight F. C. Thomson, by walking the SSO yards heel-and-toe event in 3.44, led his competitors by several rods, but fell behind Sheridan's mark of last year. Several were disqualified in this event for running. If he secures .Wells Mclntosh "will have a corner in the best heavyweights in the world. He already has Lang: of Australia, John son and Burns of America, and Wells of England under his thumb. He will be able to do just about a: he pleases. Such a condition has nev er been known in ring history. How any time he matches his man they will have to "go out for as Gillis beat Sheridans hammer throw j Mclntosh is the last man in the world 33 4 7 27 12 3 Summary: Three-base hits, -Grimes 2, Kellackey; home run, Smith; sac- rifice hits, O'Hayer, Clynes, Geehan; stolen 'bases, O'Hayer, Paddock, Kel- lackey, Standridge; first base on balls, off Grimes 2. off Geehan 7; left on Calgary 10, Lethbridge 10; struck out, by Grimes 5, by Geehan 7; double play, Connors; Umpire time 1.45; attendance 670.' mark of last year by throwing the mis- sile 126 feet, the best showing since Kiely's throw of 142 feet 10 inches in 1906. W. L. Crawley, of Chicago Univer- sity, came "within five inches of the OTHER GAMES to kill a goose by allowing any frame- ups to be perpetrated. He knows how important it is to keep the game free from suspicion. This man, who was hardly known a couple of years ago, has already over out of box- DOUBLE HEADER FOR BRANDON world's pole vault record of 11 feet ing. He absolutely controls the sport 9 inches and Thomson was only 3-5 in Australia, on the best fields in- the second behind the world's record of 15 j world, having big stadiums in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, where big fights pulled off each month with an average attendance of His staff is perfectly organized, so that the sport is conducted as well in his absence as if he were present Now that he is breaking into England, in- tending to establish clubs in London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow it will not be long ere the boxer will 3-5 seconds for 120-yards hurdles. Thomson got his points as indi- cated, in the following events: 100 yard dash, 832; shot put, 614; 880-yard walk, hammer throw, 748; hurdle, 910; pole vault, 600: 56-pound weight, 474; broad jump, 628; mile run, 674. Other contestants who went through the entire events, closed with the fol- Brandon, Aug. a youthful twirler of the city league, pitched for the Angels today in the first game, allowing but four hits, and held the Orphans runless. In the evening game the Orphans had a day off in the field and seven errors con- tributed to the result, which the um- pire stopped in the seventh inning. (Afternoon) Kegina 4 2. Brandon 7 OJ Gilchrist and Mclntosh; Crawford and Cooper. (Evening Game) K.egina........... 587 Brandon 8 1 Sage and Mclntosh; Borleski and Cooper. lowing averages to their credit: (have to look to this quiet little man Philbrook, unattached, 5575. j for remunerative work. Draper, C. A. A., 4379. It be interesting to watch the Crawley, Chicago University, effect this advent in London will have C. A. A., 4492. Andromedas, Lowell. Mass., 2644. Kennard, C. A. A., 4S75. WINNIPEG SHUT OUT ROBINS Winnipeg, Aug. pitch- ing by Smith with brilliant all round work in the field gave the first of the series with the Robins to the Maroons, only two hits being gather- ed by the Robin Hoods. Smithson j twirled a good brand also. Plass and Krueger's base running were features. Winnipeg 6 0 Moose 2 3 Smith and Kreitz; -Smithson and Bliss. Umpire Longenecker. Carroll, C. A. A., 303S. Quaraustrom, Sioux City, Iowa, 4456. Previous Winners Following are the winners of the championships and their scores since 1900: Gill, Toronto, 6.360 1-2. B. Gunn, Buffalo, 5.739. B. Gunn, Buffalo, 6.230 1-2. H Clark, Boston, 6.31S 1-4. Kiely, Ireland, 6.0S3. J. Sheridan, New York, C.320 1-2. Kiely, Ireland, 6.274. J.- Sheridan, 'New York, 7.1SO 1-2. L. Bredemus, Princeton, 5.S09. J. Sheridan, New York, on the National Sporting Club. The latter organization has had a monoply of fistic battles of high class in the world's metropolis for many years, no one being able to budge it from its exalted position. The club is admir- ably conducted and has a splendid membership, but its arena, cozy and comfortable, is too small for big fights Although tickets for a go at the Na- tional often reach ?125 each, the size of the club is such that it could not possibly offer any pair of boxers more than ?10.000 for a contest. Such a purse does not meet with any hearty welcome by men like Johnson or Burns, and they will go where the money lies. As the public is sure to follow the real Kings of the game, Mclntosh's new idea seems sure to bring the crowd. A NO GAME AT EDMONTON Edmonton, Aug. was not scheduled to play here today, the train connections being impossible. Electric Restorer tor Sen A French Remedy PHOSPHONOL 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. FOR THEIRS Calgary, Aug. foot- ballers, who are going to Toronto to recover the Peoples' Shield, will go in a special car and play en route in i several eastern cities, where they PHOSPHONOL will make you a new advertise Sunny Alberta and thelr man. Price a box, or two for own city. F. Rielly, in applying to Mailed to any address. The the council for a grant towards ex- Scobell Drug Co., St. Catharines, Ont. Peases, made this clear. STAKED LIFE ON A HORSE MCE Gambler Who Lost All And Then Shot Himself In Austria Vienna, Aug. of extraordinary cases of suicide known; in recent years took place at some well known racing stables near -here today. The victim was Lieutenant Karl Hussar regiment, and well known "in racing circles as- a gentleman rider. For some time it has that Lieutenant GoIdschmidt''S finan- cial position was practically desper-' ate, and he was suspected of plunging heavily on resources with the of restoring his fortunes. That he was only growing more deeply in- volved is now known for certain, but it was thought recently that he had tided over the worst Evidently he was reduced to one final desperate effort, and this he put into operation lost All his remaining fortune he put on a horse running at Kottingbrunn races. Had it won he would have been re- established. But what if it This possibility he 'had not forgotten and he made the most elaborate pre- parations for suicide. He bought an anatomical diagram of the human body in.order to find the exact position of the .heart. .This diagram he studie.d carefully before a mirror, and marked ihg position of his own heart by. its aid. The race started and the unhappy lieutenant followed it with obvious anxiety and intense excitement.-'Grad- ually he saw to his Tjorror that horse was outmatched, .but 'he still watched, in the hope that it would pos- sibly pull off the race at last But all his .hopes were doomed to ..Disap- pointment, and when there was no longer the least doubt .that his: horse was 'beaten he turned hurriedly from the course and entered a motor Driving home at a terrific pace he prang from the car, ran to his bed- room and undressed before a mirror. Then, taking a last look at the anat- omical chart, and.'again fixing the ex- act position of his heart, ie shot him- self dead. When he was found lying before the mirror the chart was at Ms side.. Cigars and Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L. Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection ;