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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Monday, August Page 5 BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL At New York New York 5 2 Cincinnati 3 8 0 Ames, Crandall and Schlei; Suggs and McLean. Umps. Kleni and Kane. At Pitts hurg Kittshurg 3 Boston 1 Adams, Lever and Gibson; Brown and Graham. Umps. Johnstone and Mason. At Chicago Brooklyn 2 3 2 Chicago ____ 1C 12 berger and Craible; c........ 3 Shamrocks. j Connors. 2b...... M l JJuggan. cf 4 2 l 8 l 2 0 1 1 7 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 MARSH HELD THE MARATHON RECORD The famous long distance run- ner, John D. Marsh, holder of the world's fifteen mile championship who races Deerfoot the Indian at the ball park next Wednesday evening learned the running game with the Stafford, Eng., Harriers, of which club he was a member for a unmber oi years, winning numerous championships. His best, distance of 'that -time was ten miles, at which distance he carried off the prize time and again. He also was invariably a member of the teams that car- ried off the national cross-country championships for his club while a member. The Stafford Harriers is one of England's most noted athletic clubs. They won the Northern Championship honors in England thirteen times in succession, and carried the National Champion- ship in 1889-90-94-96-97 and later were joint holders. Marsh carried off the club Cham pionsbips Medal for ten miles the i'irs-t time jn 1896 and three times afterwards before seeking laurels in America where he really be- came famous. He is a Welshman by biith. His build is similar to that of Alfred Shrubb, and in John Marsh laid claim -to 'the Marathon profesional record of twenty-five miles, when he made his memor- able run in Toronto in de- feating all the noted cracks, but later succumbed to Henri St. Yves at New York, where the French- man lowered 'the record a trifle and defeated Marsh, who came second. LOST Local Plumbers Put it Over the Calgary Aggre- gation A Fast Game of Football Score 2-0 To the five hundred or more people who witnessed Saturday evening's game between Calgary and Lethbridge in some good work and made Mc- Leuchlan get busy. Excitement now began to grow very Plumbers, a treat was handed out. j tense. Ten minutes left and no score be termed such local were filling the air stand point, ihe Cal- Ullh ,ome horrible noises and the In- least it could a Lethbridge gary metaimen hod, however, to swal- low a pretty pill, as they wera j forced to return without accomplish- ing their purpose and with a score of 12-0 chalked down against them. I The first twenty, minuses of play i could not be termed at all fast. The I players seemed to be trying each i others calibre and it was not until about fifteen or twenty minutes before half-time, that the forward lines open- ed up in proper style, on either goal. the to end rushes were quite though Lethbridge had leather in Calgary's territory the great with some horrible noises and the lo- cal players were right down to busi- ness. The play was exceedingly close owing to 'the hard and quick checking. Sbot after shot was rained in on Priestly but it was good to see how he engulfed their handouts and account- ed for their presence. The worst then came. The ball bad been hovering about the Calgary headquarters, and was being passed back and forth dangerously, Nichol- son shoved over a pretty pass from IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else but bats, ballf, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc., to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more fuji and lots more health than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuls of clothes. GET YOUR SPGRTJNG TOOLS heie if you want them right. We do not handle the near right kind. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co; PHONE 1032 412 ROUND RUGBY PRACTICE NIGHTS will be another rugby praetice to-night at. the bar- racks. Mondays, Wednesdays, er part of the time. to aue corner. The crowd were elec- The northmen broke away quite j trifled and the cheer "oiie-nothing for jfast several times, but were sadly de-j Lethbridge" rent the smoky atmos- jficient on shooting power. Lethbridge i phere. on the other hand was 'there with the A couple of minutes later Holbert- right. As it headed in goal direction j M and Saturday are the practice 4. Scott let drive a heavy one. Priestly nights set fumbled and the ball rolled easily in- OTHER W. C. L. GAMES EDMONTON TAKES SIX GAMES [courteously. shots and had it not been for the good work of Bates and Strang at full back. i and the magnificent blocking and Priestly in goal Calgary boys would have gone home with a bigger story to tell. Several shots of Lethbridge for- j wards flew high and at one time Scott launched the missile right at head- quarters, and it was only the terrific lunge of Priestly that blocked the score, as he was prostrated by the act. j Repeatedly Lethbridge kicked foula or corners, but their forwards could J not break through the opposing stone- defence. j Occasionally Calgary did break i through the .local halves and rush the jspheriod down but generally with a I two-men combination. Only once or did they get a likely looking shot I and these McLeuchlan welcomed quite FROM THE BERRY PICKERS But it was the second half, and that during the last ten minutes, that the Edmonton, Aug: The league local punchers broke the spell and j leaders took both games today Erom j shoved in their two scores. re Saskatoon six successive vie- j Directly after the re-start Calgary f 'pressed the more heavilv and for the i- 2 2 11 2 0 0 0 3 0 1 _ rt Y -f4 Hit AJ-HJl c UCCLV JiLiU 1VM Hit; lories over the Berrypickers. The_ai-Ifirgt flve rainutes mad-e Lethbridge ternoon game was a splendid exhibi- j halves look to their laurels. Kelly was tion of baseball. Two- home runs, playing a. sterling game at centre half one bv Hickcv and the other.by Roxv was .feeding Holberton and his LUIL y tWr-Ti-ia Indians Played Rings Around the Capitals Ottawa. Aug. Tecumsehs 1 l X 01210 Ueehan. p 4 1 1 0 2 0 3tf 13 13 14 1 Score by Calgary runs. Smith. Gee- game at second in j The fans are now Walters, were features. Deacon White played a great both matches, growing confident; that Edmonton will land the pennant.- The results of thej watched with balancing forwards with telling precis- ion. But the opposing' forwards got on passed an easy one in front from left, the balancing wing was not on the job. However, they re- trieved themselves by rushing down right field a minute of two later, and Nicholson again placed a good shoL It was rapped this time by Ingle and lofted over Priestly's hands -for the second and last score for the entire game. Some of the Calgary bunch were a little inclined to dispute referee Wil- son's decisions, but on the whole his decisions were impartial for a local man in lieu of the bunch he was deal- ing with. Attendance 550. Following are line Calgary t T TV Priestly Bates Strang Milligan Carse Ward Fox Hoskins Bowling Henderson Head Goal Backs Forwards Lethbridge McLeuchlan Pearson Ingle Cameron Kelly Isitt Nicholson Wilson ITolberton Scotr Turnbull and Alcock. Calgary spare: Harris. WHO STOPPED IT? Calgary games were remarkable interest. (First game) Edmonton Saskatoon 5 4 and. defeated Capitals at Lansdown .Parkjaan. Ward; sacrifice hits. 'Dudley, on Saturday afternoon in the presence Connors stolen ot iour thousand people, which includ- bases, Carney; 'base on balls, off Av- _d the visiting British cadets and J ery 2. off Grimes 1, off Zimmerman many riflemen who will shoot at N. j -j, Off Geehan fi; first hase on errors, A. matches. The score at the j Calgary 4; left on bases. Lethbridge end oi the last quarter stood twelve j.-_ Calgary 9: struck out. hy Avery 7. to three in favor oi the'Indians. The; bv Geehan 6; double plays. Smith ORPHANS WIN ONE AT LAST Capitals had a look in only in the Connors to Kellackey: passed balls.! Brandon, Aug. wild first quarter, which finished with a. Stanley: wild pitches, Geehan. Avery. pitching with a man on third in the Hickey and Spencer; Whisman and Anderson. Umpire Smith. (Second game) Edmonton Saskatoon Houston and Spencer; Dunn Anderson. Umpire Smith. tally of one each. In vhe second quar- j Time_ 2.10. Umpire. U-r Tecumschs got the hall into nel: tendance 1.100. Wheeler. At-, sixth inning and the score tied threw ine Lang-Kaufman Bout at New York New York, Aug. has latterly! developed that it was not acting Mayor Mitchell who stopped the big prize j _ fight scheduled to take place in New! York last week, but the police on their own authority However the acting Mayor is credited with saying that ''No fights, whether preliminary or so- called star bouts which constitute a violation of the law. will be allowed to take place in New York while I am in the City Hall." whose ever order it wa-s, had thirteen patrol wagons and ii i regiment of reserves to make it stand good. The .fight which had been advertised ATTELL AND MARINO FIGHT TO-DAY Champion featherweight Abe Attell and Eddie Marino fight their fifteen round hattle to- day at Calgary, just outside the city limits. Catch weights are likely. Attell rules the favorite. DECOTEAU GOES TO MONTREAL three times to once for the Caps. In j third quarter the Capitals did not, scored fr.r Nationals in 2 minutes, ttainliier scored tenth goal for Frenchmen in 5.30. So far it was the -Meanest quarter of the game. Clement, scored another for Nationals in 1.50. ment srorcd another in .1.45. Won Lost Pet. tvrtmomon 117 (j .750 Calgary 29 10 .743 Winnipeg............ 24 14 -Mooso .law......... 17 IS .485 Sask-aioon 14 20 ,411 Urantlon 21 .3SL' Lethbridge 13 21 .382 Kegina 7 3ft "Bur I W. J. Glass' trotting horse. Dinar G; As yet only 550 a side has 'been posted, but it is expected that, much more will be put up 'before the race. The employees of Campbell, Wilson and Home, 'Ltd-, have accepted the challenge -thrown out by the Hudson's Bay Co. to a game 'of 'baseball, (not The contest will be pulled off on Wednesday evening, August 24th, at 6 o'clock sharp on the square. The hospital will henefit by a case of oranges from the losing team: ail proceeds of -the game "will be donated to the same cause. BILL PAPKE Accepts Three .Matches, to .be .Fought in Australia Kewanee, HI.. Aug. for .three matches in Australia -were accept ed Saturday by Ed. Papke, manager for his brother, Billy Papke, challenger for the widdle-weight championship. The offer is made by promoter Hugh Mslntosh. and the fights will take place this fall. Billy Papfce and.his wife, who .have been here since their elopment and marriage in Canada last month, will sail from Vancouver September 9, ex- pecting to be in Australia at least nine months. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY Lethbridge at Edmonton. Saskatoon at Calgary. Regina at Winnipeg. Moose Jaw at Brandon. P. O, GARAGE BROWE- COSMAK CO, Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. Tne Scotch Whiskey your palate prefers is this Cigars and Tob acco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection ;