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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Vase ff titf, LETlTBRIPOr: l>AtLY HERALP Saturday. Aiiguftt Iff, 1011. STEWART HEADS Tdbreck V M f A A Till CTCC Celebrated With a Great 1 .lTl.t.il. A i ULL 1 L J Day of Sport, ______ j l,iiiiill�:'P('k. Aiii; 17.  I.iiiKllucrk lu'lil its first cc'ifliialioii yt'sloril.ti' ami Wins Stafford-Agnew MedalChristie Second ;i;;;\r::;: I!;:, Xtl'wm r';;!:;;! and Mead Third -- Championships Keenly Z ^:^Z::rt.^ru. I iiroKroinmo of iin'^-s fnniialioit much vei -l 1-^' ;u,ong tlu- number of ovoiits that .Y liiclic-j; H, n. McKlypu, !> feot. m.ulp the day a siioocB-.-'. ["olIowiiiK aro the total imnibpr of The list of cvpiiio atul the winners points gained by tin; respt-ctlve i-om-; "re given herewith. Horse Races Mile nufh. {>)p^n-~l^t W. Latt evening wns coneliniod series of events for the Y. -M. champlousbip medals. A's inny le seen fi-om the records and i-oin-s ob- ,^,t,,,,, .luring thn three evenings of tained the corapetltlon was of the j Uio in eel � keen�8t kind during the wholo cf ih* j a. (.'. Stewart with n total of S4(i terle*. i Po'n's win? first place and pniciires I the SlalfordAgnow medal. Slew-.irt will also have his name and ntiniber The Majpltb, l^-sj^r- OH . The Maple r.eaf III. Is one of the bojits selected to represent Great Britain ap.-.iii.st Ameriea In the race for Ih^'Rrlrish Internntlonal Cup for motor boats lo be held by the Motor Roat Club of America the latter part of this uioull' in Huntington Bnv. 2r.d � Chappell. Queen of tho Woods; ill. \V. KBhorn. Lark. 1-2 Mile Saddle Horse - 1st Kred Ed dy, Sorley; ^nd H. Davidson, Sport. J'ony Hacc, Open-I si H. Chap i'VJilowlng are the events anil points \ ialned during last night's trials; ; points engraveD s:; nj4 McElyea . 106 7S ftt sj lit; 11 Duncan .. ..... .. Individual event winners fo  Friday Boys' Pony ){;u'c--l8t Kraser Bolton, KlHSh; 2nd K. Hoscher, Tiny. Bucking Contest-Kred Lee. Athletics 100 Yard.s Open-!st, A. Learnionth; 2nd V. Broulllptte. 1-2 .Mile, Open-l�t A. Learmonth; .!. \V, Me�d wins the Klrkhani mcd-WBht: 440 y-irda, Mead ami Stewart, al with a total of .s.l,'; [kiIiHs. M 3-5 seconds; half mile. Stewart, jj McKlyaa comes next in the I'st ! ^nd '1. Watson. 1 Mile Open-I), (iordon; 2nd tollowa with a totol of l'>7S i)olnts. I ^''"'^"'i"*'"- Jack Johnson in the Antipodes minutes 10 seconds; niiuilni; broad Jump, Christie, IS feet 10 inches; WOLGAST FAVORS A LONG BATTLE THIRD TRIP UP FOR PITCHER OTOOLE WOLGAST MIGHT BEAT Mc-FAR-j STARTED FROM CINCINNATI, LAND IN 45 ROUNDS BUT | THEN BOSTON NOT IN TEN Tlie only chance that Ad Wolpast AMERICANS Marly O'Toole the aorrelioiiped base mlsht have (o whip I'nckov .McKarland't>all sensation who liraughi the slu- dfCislvely would be in a iisln of 45 , P for the St. roiuid.s or to a fh.i..h. for h,^ miRitt ' excbe.iuer b.-long.d to two big , . , u ifagup clubs bolore tho I' riite-ij aug lirovc cir :iif;ei- m physique lhan tho * Ltociivarii iKiKpr. Hmi In 2" rounds under :'. .=^n \-t enforcement of the ,,,i (^.^ years ago, but refused to rules it l.=! bcMeved .\ici'^iil;ind woulii waste liis valuable time "niirsins" show at; much superiority as in ten along the youngster. liostoii draft-1 () ' ed liliu from [Irx'kton. Mass.. but "If 1 can'i liont a man in 2" or 2.'. 't"'":i-|"iH hiiKi, -1 can't beat!'' ^''J'O"'- him at :ill. r,.ii I'll say thai, 'J.'. rounds | The lad failed to make sood. owing i-o a louf; i>n )Ui;h route for niT? to out- Jo l"cK of confidence, and wae turn-jioini anv man in the world, and please'*'' � his Bi!l Lang wliowlU probably fight some of the Americans \V. i but Mcintosh knows that the fi^ht,'fpV the championship will be Langfoid and Johnson, and t bus is taking "along "plenty of men to make other good iimiches. 120 Diirda, Confined to Football- 1st A. Learmonth; 2tid I. Mutton. 440 Yards, Confined to Football-Isl J. .Mlansby; 2n(l X, Learmonth. Ladles' Race-:st Mrs. Fisher; 2ud .Miss Paterson. Old Men's It:ice -P. McEwau. Hiiih .lump-W. Weliburg. Tug of War-Won by .1. lIcKiu-non's Team ( Luiidbreck i. .\kCulloch; L'nd H. Wilrox. Boys' Race. 14 and I'nde;-1st A. Atkinson; 2nd F. Bolton. Girls' Rare. 10 and Cuder-IsL A. Prentice; 2nd M. lio'.lon. , . . 1, , ,i ,., , ^ (ilrls' Race, 12 and I'ndei-Isl M. led so siiccossfuMy fo'- hit.,. lark j g,,,,,,,. o,,^ A. Hrenlico. ;t.,itfith tried him out with cim:m-| (j,,,^. ^^ The first real v.ork ahead of .Tohnson is a match with Flynn. for Alclntosb believes that a match between the pair will draw as good as did the .(ohnson Burns contest of a few years ago. Flynn did a beautiful stroke of busiueaa for himself when be be^t .W Kaufman for he is wel ladvertlsed uU over the world and many Au.-itralians regard him as ilie real "white hope". Over here we know that Flypn cannot hope'to co|)e with ,/ohn?on, b.iit he is a good I game fellow and will give the champion just about as tdugh a tussel as any I of them. .Vfler fightiug .Johnson, Flynu will probably meet Al Iv.iufinun Boys' Race, 10 and Inder-1st A. , ngnln before one of .Mcintosh's clubs and if Kaufman can beat Flynu then Smith; 2nd W. Carsou. j of course he will ho pitied againal .tll� Te.vaii. z Boys' Race. 12 and Pnder-1st ,L i .'s Three-Team Race in National Smith; 2nd A. Prenliee. 'ndor-1st .\l. Results of Races at Claresholm lo whip .Mel-'arlaiiil !]�-; in lii.s tend- While just al itresnni the -National League race Is ho close that the events of a week could upset completely tho rankings of ibe five, clubs m.akiug lllie fi.ghf, members of the Giants declare jthat everything points lo a shattering of the liopes of two of the clubs rated as pennant possibjlities within the next three weeks. '?hey e.xpect lo see Claresholm, Aug. 18.-A small pro-jSL 1-ouls and Philadelphia out of it gramme of local race.-; w;i.s i-.ulled off-soon and then figure tho race will I at the Fair yesterday with tile fol-1 giadu.iily resohe itself iiiio a battle 'lowing results;  . I l)Pl ween themselves and Chicago, with i id strides that he wdH soon the inorft ency; to �flsht rou;rovidlng defensive ] And. now t.hey are suggentiiiiB-iq l;iclics. that it is believoil Wolgast | Philadelpliia tliiu Connie Mack oti-iha will find it a mos^i diiTicult maitor lo | Ueinocratic ticket and Charley Doolii reach him unless ho gels Packey in on the Republican sliould be tho two odds in their favor. a corner or on tiie ropes. candidates for mayor. bill in better physical condition than any in the league, with the single ev-cejilion of .New York. Brnggin.g aboiil that pitching slaft", is a ticklish pro-))Osition. It is one of lliose thing: tlial seem to take particular deligh! in blowing the works up at the vor> moment one expects most of it. Uu; the old dope show.s .McGraw in iiosf essinn of iwo left-haudevs who arf pitching at least as good ball as any ii. I ho league. �   "Martiuavd in today as great a iiitcl er'as any in the country and WiiiHc i Open Running Ht^e,. l-litlf'.Mile. ?:-,0 -J. R. Walt, Ranche King, 1; ll. liar-\l;er. Brownie, 2; .1. lieniiiger. Pinto. 3.! Raiu'he King lay off .several loiigihs | "This p.ediction" said a veteran of i'-nst ihreo full games have all bet till the stretch where, he came out i McGraw bind "is ba.sed on ihe ' rattling good ones. One has made and won hard held; gooi] race for, j^,,. various piic.hing I good in everything McGraw ever bo].- Games in the Big Leagues american Chicago ....... ,500 000 20x-7 12 M Philadelphia ... OSO 200 000-5 to 1 Scott, .VIogrldgp, Wnlsh and Payne and Block; Morgan, Krause, iJan-forth and Thomas. Cleveland ..... 000 001 22x-5 l.'i I .New Vork ..... 000 000 01H-4 .S 2 Krapp and Flaher; R. Fl..-erythinK else Western Canada League Games CALGARY GETS BACK AT MACKIN'S MEN MOOSE JAW TUMBLES Winnipeg. Aug. 18.-Tho , ..^ _........ Maroons Edmonton. Aug. 18.-Bunchwl hitsUurned the tables on the league lead-in the first two rounds or the game ier" here loday by swatting the .Moose het-a this mot..,� gave the "roncho� If-^^^X w^oi::^lv^hy rh'^ut.fof''l2 tour runs. They got two more in the ; 3 (_.,^,,-,i,j,H t�.i,ied winnInK ball eighth when with two out, Whisman 1 1),^ ,.,y, and he war, given.good mi-jjudged Lezie's fly. letting two run- i support. ncr.=i across the i)lale. Tho EsUiini.� j _- got their lone run In the oponlng , SASKATOON BEAT ANGELS Kl-.in;Ja. Standrldg-3 and Ford wore | ____ the opposing pltcjiere and Pete got j Brandon. .Man.. Aug. IS.-.Saskatoon away well with the giime. getting ^took tonight's game from the Angels, eight strike outs and only allowing sftc i the score being fl\c to none at the bits, no two of which came in the lend of the fifih, when the game w.is second money. Saddle Horse Kaco, Half .Mile, i2u-:. , ......, .,,.,,,, A. Coletuan. Lady, ,; ,1. T 1 leninf.cr. Iso nearly euuat that the pennan Piniu, 2. A good race wiih Ladv in ^'"'"^ ^� " 'lues"on of front throughout. ; which pltchHig staff will stand up P.iiiy Race. $15. 3-S-.1. Iicniuger, � longct^i and bc.-^l In the weeks to come. Pinto.'1; Siewait Ranch. Dolly, 2; .1.1 "Of tho five pennant posBlbiliiies Shaw. Prince. 3. Also ran Flossy and I only .New York and Chicago have suf-Lucy. A good r:ioe, won by a length. ' ficlcnl pitching strength to coli. .Nei- 3 .Minute T.;w. or Pace, �50-,1 G;,u- (,,er club can point with just pride to,|,asui won as large a percentage of ZoJn i ''\ H^J^nt^cU IZ ""^ "�^'^�'"^ �' f'^''Mils games as was expected, hull, will Kemon.2 3 2��Brtf^;a^bea a inark '''^'"*' and is not entered under light, name. �   Farmers'Trol.-'.I. tSuiiaiit/Brltt, 1 1; "But both aro belter preiiared for G. Wallace, Black .)gck, 2 2,> O. Hen- the final sprint to the tape than tho ker. Lucy, 3 3; .1. A. .lohnoon, Lil.i- ,-,9(. Ritchie. .Mclnt.wp, Ruelbach and m;md, 4; A. .McMillan, Penby, 5. Brit|,.(,|e a disappointment earlier In the reason, with the help of Brown the 1 had It all the time. ed for biin. The other appears to be in tho throes of tlie winning stretik (hat always overtakes him about this time of the year.    "To match the souihpawa are .Matty and .\mes. Malty may not be as wonderful a pitcher as he used to be; he hasn't won as large a iicrcentage of enteen out of twenty-four, and really ranks fourth in the list. Alexander is the only idtcher in the league who his won more games. "Rvery one of this tiuartetto is in bot Iter physical condition than at any Idea Exploded I stuff of three and four years ago. None 'of these, with the exception of Brown The ancient idea that pitchers can-1'i"*^ ''C''" worked so hard that he has I not hit seems 10 be disproved in both Ievc.y reason in the world to count rescuer, are giving Chloago good pit-I ^ �" ''"^-^ chlng. even If It la nm the brilliant I^'"f," >l>o beginnig of tie sea-. . . . . 'son. Where others fall hv tho wav- same inning. The score: Edmonton ........... 100 000 OOO-l {ow York . ..... 5H 50 .5110 Cleveland .. ..... 56 56 .500 Chicago . .. ..... 55 56 .495 Wardilngton ...... 46 65 .415 St. Louis .. ..... 34 75 .312 EASTERN Rochester . ..... 75 39 .058 Baltimore .. ..... 71 44 .619 Toronto ... ..... fill 47 .595 Buffalo ... ..... 52 56 .484 Montreal . . ..... 51 60 .459 .Ie;-3ey City ...... 43 64 .402 Newark ... .. . . 45 67 .402 Providence . ...... 41 69 .373 Fair Play Assured Russian Lion in Big Bout Chicago, Aug. 18.-It It, pretty ihar* to make Intcrsectional or Intornatlon-al feeling attach to a sporting attalr any more, "Sentiment" lives only on the outer frlngeK of Interest !n th� event on hand. Close up the interest Intensifies itself in "picking tho wlnn'>." and this is done, or atiriinptod without reference to Die colors the t anilklateB wear. One who Is Imbued with tho real sport afflatus recognizes "neither color nor� coiiiitry." All this hlfternoBSof feeling between races that is supiioaed to be engendered by tho eohlest Is a mere mnltor of publicity exploitation. Outside of that It has no c.vhuence. 'iho underlying iirlncipic Is embodied in the words "may the- best man win," no matter whence he hullo or where the championBliip finds lodgement. We heard of a lot. of ' race bntred" prcvioun to the Inttle between .lohnson and .Fcffrloi;. yet wc saw none of it at Reno. The cheers thai greeted the laising of .lobnaon's arm by tho referee were genuine and seemingly unanlraouH. .\nd there was the "dreadful crisis" which seemingly sano newspaper folk had calculated would :>rovokp the murder of .Tohnson and the starling of a general "racewar." When you get close to the heart of it the sporting world doesn't care much or long who wins If the contest I.s clean and the victory decisive. If the victor happens to be one of one's own breed .so much the better, but it la not necosstiry to the cordial ac-cUiimliig of the bero that bo be snrih. We hear a lot now and we'll hear iiioTe aboui the "true American senti-ment" tiial is massed behind "our own l'"'ianU Gotch" in his ponding wrestling match with George llackenschnildt. The echo of this piffle abroad may create the notion over there ihi^i the best 1 lackenschmidt can get over here even though ho is a belter man, Is the worst of it. .\s a matter of fact, how-over, those who will be divided only as their bets divide them, and the belting market will be ruled by calm' sporting jiulgemonl and not by the Ciilors d;aped in the ."leparate corners. 11 will be hard to tell In the volume of (boors that will go up which iH the favorite. Hack will have no ] reason lo feel that ilie Is 11. stranger in ia strange land with every man's hand against him. Around that arena will be thousands ready to resent vociferously any uiisiiortsmanllUe advantage liial Gotch may feel at liberty to take 'of biin. Gotch. because of the time ]und place, and the fact that only iCiotcli's fellow countrymen are on ; guiir.-d will not be allowed to "get away. I witl." anything lhat does not break icvenl- for his adversary. Hacken-i Schmidt will have no one to wrestle I with, even by siiggeBtlon, but Gotch. jlf he wins fairly the sweets of victory will bo his without any iiancld In-;gvedienta. The applausR lie will hoar I will be none the loss hearty than It I the American had earned it, even Itliough he lakoa the championship out. I of America, perhaps never to bring it 1 back. CHOICE SELECTIONS FROM THE DIAMOND Exact Size Exact Size ll,iv,T.i\;i Ci.'iars repvcspiit the highest prcRcnio-day attainment in clgar-maklug. Mado from tho itloh, mellow leaf of the ciioicesi impnrteii tobacco, you'll be delighted with'their oxqulslto flavor and fr.^granco They smoke ani.ioihly, evenly anil swecily to tho last puff. Get one today, Vou'U hardly know what a REAL smoke is till you've tried one of these. baled havanas josi: (iAsri: company MFRS, OF BALED HAVANAS. EL MORO, Ml LINDA 19-26 KI.NQ ST., TORONTO, ONT. ' I Chicago holds the record for boliie jon top of Iho National league race for i the longest number of days since May j22. i j Tho New York fans wh� are loudest! in tihelr praise of Rube .Maruuurd are j j the ones, who early In the season (you iknow the rest.) 1 Of the ten loading base stealers in I National league, Now York has six - Murray, Hovore, Merkle, and Snotl- grass. .Mike Donlin listened to the call of tho stage and the once renowned New �^'ork hailing star Is now on the roster of the National league's tail-end team. Tils Phillies were ttjought to have set the record In drawing crowds on their last series at home with Chicago ,bnt the Athletics left them away behind In the soriea recently played with _ lilie Tigers. One of tho greatest burdens that any minor league nmnager could over hope to assume has been shouldered by Otto Jordan, leader of the Atlanta club, who hopes to reform "Bugs" Hiiymond for tho Ne>v,Yoj'k CliuntB, Oavenporl In the I. I. I. League wont 29 innings without scoring a vww. From the fifth inning of a game with Quincy they went runleas through a 16 inning game wliih tho same team and the next day Rock Island blanked them (or nine more. The Detroit Tigers have been a very poor road team so far this season. '.11 1907 and lOOS they won the pennant on the road, winning a big majority of their games away from home. This ye-.\r they have su{fere