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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Letfcbridgf Dtily Herald. Wednesday, August 2J, Iftltt. Round Street Phone 763 A Modern Eigkt-Roomed House, Lot 40 x 225, at 1255 Dufferin Street. This property will be disposed of at a bargain. For particulars apply to THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. K. Lethbrtdi, Taber Bow Island Milk RlTtr High River Claresholm Nanton Grmmim Barons Kipp Jet- BIG LEAGUE GAMES AMERICAN At 5 0 Jf hiladelphia C 1 Falkeniberg and Land; Coombs and Livingston; umpires Kerin and Evans. At St Louis 12 1 Jtsoston 15 2 Link, Riley, Pelty, Criss and 'Steph- ens; Karger, Collins, Cieotte, Woods an-d Carrigan; umpires O'LougMin and Kgan. Ac 5 0 Chicago........ 5 0 Johnston and Beckendorf; Walsh and Sullivan; umpires Coliflower and Connolly. At -Detroit......... 6 2 New York...... 8 .1 Wiliett and Casey; Ford and Swee- "ney; umpires Psrrin and Dineen. NATIONAL f At Chicago........ 6 0 Boston 5 3 Ruelbach and Kling; Frock and umpires Klem and Kane. At .Brooklyn 9 1 Cincinnati 12 1 Barger and Beebee and McLean; umpires Rigler and Emslie. At 10 1 11 3 Moore and Moran; Leifield, Phillip- pi, Maddox and Gibson; umpires Brerman and OTJay. At -New St. Louis 11 2 ASSOCIATION At 8 4 Indianapolis ___ 9 4 Patterson and Owens; Hardgrove and Hawley; umpires Hayes and Fer- guson. At Kansas City 9 3 Louisville 10 0 Rhoades and Ritter; Doyle and Al- len; umpire Owen's. Second Kansas City 11 0 Louisville 9 1 At 7 0 Toledo 7 ,2 Dougherty, McGlynn and Ludwig; and Hartley; umpires Chill and Russ. At' St. Paul 13 3 10 5 Second St. Paul............- o 3 Columbus '6 3 FAST HURDLER IN AUSTRALIA THE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE Won Lost P. C. Chicago 73 Pibtsburg.................66 New Tork ..-..............62 Philadelphia 54 j Cincinnati 53 Brooklyn.........'......43 New York...... 5 gt Louis................43- Corrigan and and Myers; and Eason. EASTERN Bresnahan; Mathew- umpires Johnstone At Jersey 1 'Buffalo 12 1 Ferry and Butler; Malarkey ,and Williams; umpires Murray and Byron. 'Second Jersey City 14 3 Buffalo 10 0 Frill, Manser and Crist; Cronin and Williams: umpires Murray and Byron. At Montreal- 's1 Jfrovidence 1 2 Montreal....... 5 2 Sline and Peterson; Wiggs, Winter and Kritchell; umpires Halligan and Stafford. Second on account of wet grounds. 35 41 44 55 57. 65 68 72 34 48 49 50 61 64 66 75 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 43 58 59 60 63 73 74 79 AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston................ 65 Detroit 64 New Tork..........------ 63 Cleveland 50 Washington............ 50 Chicago 44 St. Louis................34 Minneapolis.............87 Toledo..................70 St. Paul.................70 Kansas City............ 66 Columbus.............. 61 Milwaukee .1...........55 Indianapolis.............54 Louisville'...............46 EASTERN LEAGUE Rochester.............. 79 Newark.................71 Toronto.................61 Baltimore...............62 Montreal 52 Buffalo .'___............52 Providence..............48 Jersey City.............48 46 49 54 59 60 60 67 71 .667 .617 .585 .495 .482 .398 .387 .373 '.694 .575 .566 .558 .450 .438 .400 .312 .669 .547 .542 .523 .492 .430 .426 .368 .600 .592. .534 .517 .469 .464 .415 .404 Student at Melbourne Breaks World's Record for 440 Yards San Francisco, Aug. 23. A hurdler of the first water has been uncovered in Australia this season, and he bids fair to make athletic history in the Antipodes. His name is J. L. Davis and he is a student at the Melbourne University. At the Sydney Oval last month he did something which entitles Mm' to a place among the front brigade of tim- ber toppers. He covered the 440 yards with ten hurdles three feet high in 57 2-5 seconds. The track was measured right after Davis made his run and was found to be a yard over the right len- gth. At that time the record for this class of race was seconds and two men were joint holders. One was T. M. Donovan of the Queen's College, of Cork, Ireland, -who made these fig- ures in 1896, and the other was J. B. Densham at Kennington Oval, Eng- land. in 1907. G. R. L. Anderson, the English champion did 56 4-5 seconds on July 16, and this is now the record. That Davis is a first class athlete there is evidence in other performances he made. Two days after he did the 440 yards .hurdle record he won three firsts in the same, afternoon. He won the 100 yards hurdle in 10 2-5 seconds the 120 hurdle In 15 4-5 seconds and the 440 yards in 52 2-5 -seconds. BOUT ENDS IN A DEATH Participant in a Philadelphia Boxing Bout Suddenly Falls Un- cousious Philadelphia Aug. death was added 'to the list of fatal boxing bouts in the city when Frederick Cas- tor. 20 years of age died in the hospital after participating in.a six-round con- test here Saturday at the Frankford Athletic club with Frank (Spiks) Sulli- van of this city. Sullivan has been com- mitted to the county prison to await the action of the coroner's jury. Ths managers of the club, promoters of the bout and seconds of the two principals nine in all, were held on bail as witj nesses. Testimony given before a police mag- istrate today tended to show that Cas- tor was besting his opponent and in the last round, while trying to knock out his rival, suddenly fell unconsious. The cause of death has not yet been deter- mined. I WEATHER AGAIN There "was no game at Ed- monton last nigfrt where Leth- scheduled to play. again. Wet weather prevailed yes- terday in Calgary also. Tr V AN EXCELLENT GAME Taber Football Team Held the Lethbridge Brits Down to a No Scores Were Made --Played ExU Time ANGELS BEAT ROBINS i' Angels won tonight's game from Moose Jaw on timely bingles 'and clever 'base runn- ing. Thelan, the local slab artist, was ihvincible and tightened up when nec- essary. Brandon.......... S 2 Moose Jaw 5 2 Thelan and Cooper; of the zephyrs from tie north la-st evening to witness this i-rual struggle were amply .repaid. Yet when the game "svas ultimately called on account of darkness, it yet lacked something and that was a score. Nev- er once was the leather punted be- tween the posts as a result of the numerous shots, and there were many that possessed, the scoring style, too. In the first half Taber had the wind in its favor and as fax as play was concerned "showed superior tactics. The Taber'team is a heavier, aggre- gation than, the Britts, and its mem-, 'bers used their weight at every turn with telling effect. Lethbridge's abil- ity to keep down the score in first half, was the result of good de- fence work. The halves dropped back and. helped the full 'backs bravely, while McDowall in goal deserves spec- ial mention for his many brilliant saves. ground was rather slippery, making tumbles quite' frequent. The ..game was fairly clean throughout, at no time being fraught with any 'brutal play. The Taber men seemed inclined to think, at times, that Lethbridge foot artists played the game under a code of rules all their own making. But Taber footballers have in all prob- ability seen less of the soccer game this year than the Britts, who have stickers throughout the League series. i End to end rushes were often in vogue. In point "bf combination, the teams were quite evenly matched. The Britts were probably a little the quick- er on a check, tout Taber made up for their deficit on this by their superior locking powers. More than once Ta- ;ber wing-players would rush the leather up the side, pass over, only to find the balancing wing-players lagging in the rear. At the commencement of the second a scoring determination written on countenances. Then it was Oliver and'Reisbeck, backhand Lawson, goal, who had to look to their laurels, to avoid the 'ball from enter- ing their domain. And ihey defend- ed it quite loyally, too.- The defence checking was heavy; their clearing and long drives to the infield, quite effective, Lawso-n did some good goal tending, stunts, and rivalled. MoDow- ali in the 'brilliancy of Full-time whistle saw. the score still nihil and the thrall that had cast itself over the players of either team, still unbroken. Ten minutes each way additional time, was given to play. It was the last ray of .hope and each team gripped the opportunity. The Britts pressed heavily.-while the wind still aided and every man. on the Taber team --worked her- oically. The play was close, fraught -with fouls and corner kicks. When once the whistle was no use pulling up a kick; the referee turned a deaf ear to all of Taber's mournful dissensions, and in the main he was correct. Once, or twice Taber 'broke away and. took a shot at long odds on McDowall. but he accounted for their flies with ease. The last ten minutes of play were scarcely discernaible from the specta- tor's line.' The flitting and the thud, thud of falling bodies, were all that ibetokened of a football game toeing in progress. Certainly no, shout of triumph, the herald of a score, rent the atmosphere about -either set of players. 'As usual those kicking with the 'breezes had the better of the play, but try as they might th-e' Taber boys in -blue could not through the Britt's impenetrable defence. Thus did the game end and the sign -of non- entity marked the 'scoring sheet. Folowing are line-ups: goal; Oliver. A. Reisbeck, Perkinson, Sudworth, Walk- mings, Bateman, halves: Times, W. Keisbeck, Perfinson. Sudworth. Walk- er, forwards. goal; Pearson, IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with else but bats, balli, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc., to take along on .the ;family vaca- tion. There would be lots more tarn and lots more health than you could get out, of a dozen trunkfuls 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 P. O. GARAGE BKOWE- COSMAlSr CO. Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. half, with the wind in their favor, the Chisholm, .backs: Scott, Walker, Har- Britts went in for making Lawson's vey, halves: Millard, Fleming, Farm- headquarters feel shaky. Repeatedly er, Muir. McLachlan. forwards, they charged down in goal direction I Referee. Rob. Wilson. SLATED FOR FAST PANY COM- Pitcher Dell and shortstop 'Morse of Edmonton have been spotted by the St. Louis Na- tionals. This information was received by Pres. Eckstorm yesterday. Skeels has jumped the Re- gina clu'p and has gone to De- troit, the latest intelligence re ceived at the president's of- t'ice. CANADIAN CRICKET WON Minneapolis. Minn.. Aug. large crowd saw the Canadian Pacific Cricket team from Winnipeg defeat the Minneapolis team at Lexington rark, St. Paul, yesterday, the score 79 to '54, but the contest was nard fought from the start. JL. 4. A Langford is Persistant Sara Langford will not down. He Is determined that Johnson will fight him. His manager, Joe Woodman, an- nounces that a New Tork real estate dealer, Joseph Hughes, stands ready to put up the demanded by the negro champion as a side bet for a fight with Langford. Says Wood- man: "The which Mr. Hughes is to post will be allowed to remain up 20 days. All we want is a match, and on Johnson's own terms. Langford wants to fight for the world's title. If Johnson does not cover our I will claim the world's title for Lang- ford and be prepared to match him against any man. Sam has never made objection to meeting any man, and the sporting world knows 'that he has been after a match with Johnson for more than three years and on any terms. Now we accept Johnson's own proposition. In addition to ihe which lie posts as stake money, Mr. Hughes will heavily back Lang- ford at prevailing odds, If Johnson will fight." NEW YORK Basebaii Clubs Arrange For a Post- Session Series M'.ew .York, -Aug. flave been .practically completed for a, post-season series1 of nine.games 'be- tween the New York foasehall teams of the National iaiKt Americaa leagues. The players of both teams declared tnemselves unanimously in favor of the series, and. local (baseball follow- ers have (been clamoring for some time -for a pitching duel 'between (Jhrlsty Mathewson and Russel Ford. Those wiio are advocating the series say it be of greater interest to 'New Yorkers 'than -the world's cham- pionship and may draw greater crowds Tihe two teams have never met on the although the rivalry is keen. This year the teams appear