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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PagXJrt TIIK TTEKALB gist ROVERS LOST FOOTBM1 GAME GEORGE AND NELSON BOX TONIGHT CLYDE WELLS THE BEST YESTERDAY Good Crowd Saw First Card of Lethbriclge Fair Race Meet Run Off Local Horse Wins in Three Straight Hal Took First Event-Run- rung Races Captured by Shannonside and My Boquet Three Horses Left at Post -Track Soft i i 4 -t o 3 1-2. 2.13 tho star performer of the day. I'l'be horse was driven by owner tniul was seldom doubted as victor start. Clyde Wells had tho pole and on each occasion retained the position in the'lead taken at the 'start. The horse went a strong even wi'.hout the s-emblatice of weak- ening in the consistency oft Us gait. Topsy M. made it interesting running Clyde Wells in the last two heats. The wJnner was extended to the llm- though having a comfortable jlensth to good when going under v.-lre. j Koxy Hal with second place- in the !rirst heat to its credit uud the first 'position in the next three proved a horse of class. With the exception of 'a break in the first heat it lun to perfection. It is doubtful, If Roxv nave overtaken luaety Girl in the third heat if the jjatter hadn't broke coming down the stretch. Ga-ety Girl had led up to the Until stage. Onwell also passed J Gaety Girl. A good twenty feet ex- Ystcd between the three when Gaety ;Girl went.wrone. She succeeded .In Tba crowd who witnessed the races I DeaUnp mu Bollo Trcemore for c snow. The final heat which gave Koxy Hal the race proved easy plck- :s turnout on the initial day of 'or the winner, v.-hich played with ._____, the field and then ran -away from it. Summary Results >'im race; 2.35 trot i'urse Koxy Hal........... 2 1 itellc Troemore 13 Unwell 3 2 Uavjty Girl -1 2.3C; 2.35; 2.35 Second race, 2.17 pace; trot (entries and purso not on Clyde Wella 1 1 1 Topsy M............... S 2 2 LHMo Tim 2 3 3 2.19: 2.24 1-2. Third dash: puree Bide, first: Dorido second: Nellie Racine, third, and Kxcueauer fourth. horses started. Time 1.05 1-2. fourth mile- Parse Bonuet. Klodle B.. second: Lake third, and Past Flight, fcllcht horses laced the first; Wins. fourth. starter: three left Rt the post. 1.49 ROY GEORGE AS HE APPEARS IN RING at the fair yesterday afternoon though probably treble the size of any prev Ing, filled but a third of the stand. It is a commodious structure for bridge and never was expected to be t is of course judges were K. Boyd, of tilled yesterday, but today It is safe flyOthbrklpe. and II. B. McCarty. of to it will be tested to its ut- 'Ttomesford. Ont.. Mr. Hood, of CUBS Back in First Place. Again by Winning From Giants New York, Aug. York held on to first the1 National league race only a single day. The Giants, afti'r tukhij? the first two en- gagements of thev series from tho Cubs had to win yesterday or step hack n peg. They lost today and to- day are again in second place. Chica- Chance's thp-lixiderslnp. men now raw's bv four points. 1'ittsburg dropped away with New York by losing apaiti to Phila- delphia. The Pirates are still 11 points be- hibd the Giants and 15 points from the top. The next three days1 play among the leaders promises to be as interesting as that of this week. New York starting a series at PUtsburg in a double-header today, while Chicago moves to lirooklyn. the -leading cluba STELLAR WORK OF N0QD WON CAME FOR MACLEOD _ V _ .1 Held Fort Against'; Rovers With Master. Skill The Visiting Eleven Came Here Short ?Banded, Two Local Star Loand Ma Which t Greatly Helped Them to Win Score i 2-1 The standing of today is Chicaco............ New York ritlsburg Won Lost 65 R7 67 41 53 15 In a game called on account ness, the Mucleod eleven last even-: ing, won out over tho local Rovcus, by a gcoro of 2-1. Tho visiting team camo down two men short, and 'this necessi- tated supplying them with two of our focal boys. Alcock and Gurr com- pleted their line-up and added much to the strength of their team. leod's win can justly be attributed to tho stellar work of Wood, in goal. The fans wore treated to a class of goal landing that is not seen in every rame. in fact Wood put up soine stuff that might be lermed professional. The Rovers got the kick-off but Mac- leod secured tho leather for a rush that ended In nothing. The play con- tinued fairly even during the first ten minutes, and though the visitors were not a heavy bunch when It came to checking, yet they were speedy "and fil3ikept the locals guessing.' Hagerston itook a corner and had a good chance Versus Mark Nelson at Majestic Tonight Of course, you can't tell how far a frog can leap by looking at liim." said Mark Nelson to The Herald yesterday, bui in.sizing up.Roy" George, 1 have an Games in the Big Leagues idea thai I can beat him -without rrxuch trouble." is a nmcti''changed is In. tho ring ;o these doing baitle most capacity. The weather was Ideal for racing. The same couldn't be said of the track If noj. thoroughly seasoned, as mnst be expected, and has a few bad spots in ii. However, to all appearance no I one suffered by the state it was in. TIJC entries in the running events wer? warned of the condition of the trcirk and entered at their own risk. 'I'no track was not too for any of them, and none were scratched. Tfie first race on the card was the If.oO pace or 2.33 trot. Roxy Hal es- Calgary, acted as ofilcial starter. RONLIN GOING BACK baseball critics, are not en- thusing over the worl; of Mike Doiilin. with the Rustlers. They say Michael cannot hit the ball with his old vigor and lacks speed in running bases. of ground in tho outfield is another alleged wcaknese. Donlin is workins; like a Trojan in spite of these shafts Ho as tlie where he is a inilj and youth with a pJeiisinjr niaun'cr; .We are not surprised that Nelson takes him An easy-mark whefif viewing on the streets under the Tight and George man somewhere' There are at 0 probably be "packed to the doors. NATIONAL Uoston 000 100 7 3 010 110 IS 1 and Kling: Frommc. Smith shoved far out to i entre. Tho local athletes continued i U i get. the of the gamo for some Jtlme after, when their luck seoined to 0 desert them. At any rate in less tha i-. a iniuuto of an interval Macleot! sv prised tho on- Ibokera and thjeV Hovers by shov- In a couple of on McKay so quickly that aardlan of tha net looked out of pla H was dono thusly: The Macleot i j forward line rushed a piece of fast 'cj ambinatlou and shot one for hendn.u 'i rters. McKay got that one safely em .igh, but stum-, bled when trying to ciVar, and in mlx-up Greenamlth lane k >d the pigskin upon the nets evening Ii c score. They had broken' the spell rtnV th.e working propitiously, them over another in a few t Branch, finding the net on Maoleod bunch now game, and nothing ture happened dui erf na- and CIarko- 100 100 001 100 Spencer: l.eificld and savs he will "come back." like her superiority by lading Fred Tenney has re- tlii. flrar hoof .anrl martin" tired from active play, and thereby in tue first heat leading j the field in the next three. Belle took second money, follow- ed by Onwell and Gaety Girl. Ir. the second event no entries were on tlie score card but were announc- ed from the stand. It went under the title of 2.17 trot or 2.13 pace. Clyde Satin. Little Tom and Topsy .M. were proclaimed the competitors. Clyde Wells took the honors in three has silenced hostile fans. INTERNATIONAL CHESS l.tttle Tom third. In the running oveal-j Shannonside the 5-S d-ish for njninst a nine competitors by three Long oddM were against the Held of lengths. Horse wiufitng but she showed a clean pair oT heels to -Dorirlo when the test came fn the stretch. Dorido led th hunch from the start and held the j rail in tbe lead until overtaken by snannonside. Dorido finished arc- followed by Nellie Racing for tnird money. Exchequer romped Jiome fourth. Athataeca, Mclos and uomhury were the choice of a mim- her of the talent but ran away out- sirSe the money. The fourth event on the card wa-.; a mile dash. The start in this rare poor Indeed. Three hordes out of T. field of eight which wpnt to the v.vre left at the post, Gutta r.tia. Jack Adams and Periwinkle. My j I'.o took the rail at the start and j wnj; never handed and camo home p. winner as she pleased. Kllodio H. i oiuifirl th-? winner hard for nearly journey, bur as they wen- thr> last turn My Ro-juot JciV-'thr-ned her F.ir'iJo ni5d left it to U. and ixikr Wins to fight it out ir sffoor.i; money. Klodie B. couWn't lil; the pace set by the win- TT-.r htui onu.iph speed left to hold tJv.v over Wins past wire. followed on top of the place horse. Excltinn Finishes The first on the card furrhsii- cl n of thrills. Tree- more led for a distance hut when Jm? the stretch phe broke. Roxy Hal fast, pnspecl her ;-.nd had fin ?he appearances of a winnor when a fcroak occurred In Roxy Hal'-A irait. bnwfl] passed Koxy i'al. Tlic-n MfHe Treeinore caught lier stride p-ru! a final spurt Onwell cf first liorsu Ciyde Wollt. of lo- fame, and owned by J. J. Furnian, Carlfibad, Germany. Aug. the International Cbesir Masters' Tourna- ment, at the Kurassal Cohn Niemso- witch. Schleltchter and Suechtinp are tied for tho lead with two points e.tch. Aiachin and Ruhinstein ara tied for second with 1 1-2 jvoints each, Alapin Burns, Chotlmurski, Mar- r.hall. Perlis. Salwc. Spielmann. Tavi- .akowere and Vidmar are tied for third with one point each and .Faffe. .loner, Koatlc and Tcc.bmann arc tlod for with half a point. HAV3 POSTPONEDl.WRIGHT'' CHARITyJjfSHlELD GAM 211 Louis 000 000 Kunker and Krwin: Golden. Adams, Harmon and and S 0 Mc- but his put-in dropped a little short, j first half. Tho Rovers lost a pretty chance five 'second half last td o: ily twenty minutes later when they mixed it up on a foul kick but failed to land tho sphere. Each team showed a decided lack of combination, long random kicks being indulged in too frequent- ly. Finally iUa Rovers opened Lup the breach and leading away on a fast rush, shot the ball In front from close quarters. Wood saved that one ao- curately, but failed to clear effectively, and the ball falling in front was pounced on by Stafford who bulged .he nets for the first and only score chalked down to the credit of the Rov- re. This successful effort was followed up shortly by another attempt on the part of Wanless who shot a. scratch that was dropped onto by Wood, and 1 i. ti H n you are in town this week SPEND YOUR MORNINGS in our VICTOR. DEFT. listening to the newest music. V- Arrangements were -.hi a tie this morn ing by .'different nx-inbers of the ex- ecutircs.-orthe S. O. IC. and 1'es for the of scUciiuled game to have been played tomorrow, night between these teams jla tho' ypcor.rt round of th-3 i ui'.arjtv sK'ehl series. No de'inuo '.Jersey City ciate fur tho yame has as yet, b .New York 010 000 2 7 2 Chicago 300 000 10 1 Wiitso and Myers; Richie and Ar- cher. AMERICAN No games in the American League yesterday. EASTERN 100 000 -1 Toronto 200 200 4 R S Second Jersey City 000 00V 000 1 ,'J oronto 101 001 OOx 3 MASON mSCH, LTD. Dominion EJk. Phone 791 CALLIES WILL NOT oronto 101 001 0 2 BE HERE TOMORROW EVENING I-r-vark 002 102 10 __----- 400 S C'algsry Catt'iOs not he iVnvn V. Uo .the team jticipnteu tomorrou- evening. The i'al- team play the famous Corin-. on Saturday next, and .Montreal 1rovldence rchester 000 100 3 12 060 400 13 l-l minutes and although tl Rj overs on tho aggressive all t tie time, making tho visitors oi i their de- fensive, they were because of the fast work of Wood, i even the score. Tho game' was caflr -d vrhen'It was no longer possible tbj see either play-m or ball, much lela keep an eyo on the off-sides whlc'ii were of frequent occurrence. Following is the Tnd Shaw, Branch and Evansr? Whitfleld, Stewart, Greens'inlth, Alcock. and Gurr. Chisholi 11 and Home; James. Mullen. Hi 'serston: Stafford. Simm, Chlswlck, Wanlesa and Bombrldge. i Raisbeck. GEH1NG .READY TO RAISE ROW AMERICAN A5SOCIATJON -.DOES NOT WANT TO RENEW EX- ISTING AGREEMENT Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. the American Association baseball mag- nates- will refuse to renew the ten yuai- now in THE WHITE; MAN'S HOPE IS NOW ON HIS WAY TO YORK TO GET -JI8 among clubs in tho National A9socia- Tulsa, Okla., Carl MJ orris, existeiice i the Oklahoma "white his his trainer Cou Rileyi Jill leave his homo here tonight for g New "My daughter's piano lessons have lo nil hion in the pink of. ;en a great expense to me." coir.ti not plav tho sched- 000 010 13 000 100 4 been CANADIAN "That so? -Did some neighbor sue iilc-d v.-kh this city. Th-oy nvo Hamilton' 1 5 Blade. expected -down next week. lirantfonl 10 14 Mere People Attended Chicago Aviation tierHn ____ J orxlon 2 21 AMU THREE BOUTS ON FOR tlon of Professional Baseball Clubs, clty> to Jo-n his manager> {P. which expires September 6, is Who is there making fine prevaiHns opinion in baseball circles !parations for M on bout -.vith j' Jim hero. It is claimed that the agree- ment works to a great disadvantage to clubs in the association. Under .the present classification tho Southern Association, The Western League and the Pacific Coast League are put on equal standing with the American Association and the Eastern League as far as buying, selling, and drafting players and the protection ,of property rights are concerned. The to Oklahoma to Mibrris American Association club owners ob-'said today. "They don't wand me ject to pktced on the same foot-j there and I will remain away, jper- ing with the three le-sues named for j haps I feel overconfident, but the the reason that, It Is asserted these world will know me bettert la Flynn, tho Pueblo fireman. Morris said today that the I bout would be pulled off in Pollack's pirena near New York city, aboutsthe trilddlo of next month, the exact: date It o be fixed later. His sparring ipartifers In the training camp New York city, will Jeatiette, Joo Cotton and Al Kiiblak. "If I win from Flynn, I never ONE-ROUND HOOAN j half of New York, Aug. Ho- Ran will be a very busy for a weeks. He la signed up for three His first be jthe playing population that the associa- tion teams have. weeks." Morris' large touring car, labelled in important battles. with Tommy Langdon, of Philadelphia., for six rounds at the National Ath- ttiese The drafting of one player by major leagues from each team in the large letters "Carl Morris, TVilsa. Ok- j A I to -'York i inssocltlon is not the only hardship on They say they are handi- letic Club of Philadelphia, on Aug. 28. His second is with Tommy Malouoy, tho first week in September at tlie Twentieth Century Athletic Club, while his third will be with Pai Moore for 12 rounds at the Armory Athletic Association, of Boston, either on Sep- tember 5th or 12th. Western Canada League Games SASKATOON BEAT ROBINS Saskatoon, Aug. took revenge for their'defeats of the pro'-- long two days at the hands of Moose Jaw Robins by taking tonisht'n game from the visitors hy 7 to 3. ESKIMOS WON BRONCHOS Calgary, Aug. in tho moat loosely played game of the sea- son' on the parf of tlie Bronchos, tho KttMmoz walked off wVJK a victory by Hh'e score t.O -V? -U. capped in build Ing up winning since they are unable to go out and compete with the major league clubs in buying in the market, ami they are Nutty Stuff Alkalf Ike had Just strained a drink through his flowing br.unette tache. The tenderfoot had bit thO'J practically prohibited from placing