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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. AUGUST 24.1814 THE LETHBRIDGE; DAILY HERALD PAfcJE THREE IEIMNNE HUB Medicine Hal Eliminated in First Clash for Bennett Football Half of Game Scoreless-Local Eleven Made Profitable Switch of Players in-Second Half WILLIE LINNING SCORED ALL GOALS OF MATCH THE SCORE Cilllei........ 4 QMadlclne Hit Calllea 0 GOAL SUMMARY Second Half JLethbridge, Unnlnj, 10 mlnutee. Letharieit, tinning, 13 mlnutei. rLatbbrHje, Llnninj, 23 mlnutu. tinning, 35 mlnutei THE LINK-UP Banner I man and Andenon; Chli- wick and Mcllvena; Knlsht, Allan, Llnnlng and Enton. Kaliag and Linnlng changed ploc- jm In the lecond half. Medicine Ev tine and MeGavIn; Geldie, Hender- Mllroy, Penny, and Wallace 'Daljetty, Calgary, The Lethbridge Calhes, the hatW acarred ihe victors o! in numerate issues of the football cam pus and champions of the city and 'district league, added another niche to their manv marks in the hall of fame here at the athletic park Sat- wrdav evening, when thcv defeated the i jeream 01 Medicine Hat m decisive fashion, and thereb) gained a position to the Threshhold of the battlement'; that lead to the Bennett the emblem of the biggest honors in focilball lore of lAlberta The score v, as 1 to 0 This, the first issue of the contests to be plaied for the Bennett Shield the championship teams of the several respective dis triers o! the promcr 'Teams from Lethbridge, Medicine Hat Calgarv I and EMmonton were entered lor the 1 contests and it is a notable incident that m each case these championship 'holders in each oi these cities are Caledonian club teams. The'.death. knel1 of tnc Medicine Hat were sounded here Saturdav night are out of the runnings-obliterated. It- might he assumed score v tlfat the visitors failed to get a look- in. Not so. They'-were.very much in evidence -for--the-honors in the first half of. the battle ami held niate victors down to almost "wren .firms and at'the commencement :oi "the, second session they were regard- ed as ah even het. '.What upset the dope in the second half? Ask one of the Mad Hatters he will undoubtedly give forth ,.he information that a meteor burst upon them .in-that second half, car- ried them, off their feet hnd turned a lesolute front into a dismayed and i disjointed defence. Willie Linning was 'that fire-flashing meteor. It was AVil- ,'ie who delivered the solar plexus that put the Hat' down for count. He flashed forth about minutes after the start ct the second half as soon as he located his hear- ..ig, in. the new position. He had held jorth .in left half in the first'half of the game: He replaced Kellogg in .forward in the second" period of play, and it was there that the speedy stripping got in his deadly 'vorjc, scoring all-four goals of the l-.ame, and mainly through his own marvellous prowess. j1 The Gallics.all 'season have been was superior to the locals. There were very lew shots on the goah during the 1rst lull Linning and Easton often got the ball with- in-shooting range, but were turned back There weie fouls com mitted on both sides. On one otca-' sion Bannermari took tho' ball after a foul was allowed, and shot from field -nth great iclocitj, nearh scor- ing lor Lethbridge the ball struck i the goal post. .Knight a little later, made a corner kick which was well placed, hut Linnin'g put it over the] bar.-The. Hatters, tailed to negotiate a penalti kick was allow ed j ithrough Anderson being somewhat i over-zealous, in checking a charging blue shirt.. At, this stage of the game y0rk it was generalh conceded that a Boston goal meant, whsn the, vis-j gt L0uis. itors penalu kick nent the bar i Chicago bv a lew inches, a cheer of rthet pitu-jg rent the air Philadelphia Anderson and Henderson collided .in t Cincinnati heading the balli. They both went; Brooklyn heap, Henderson, of the The Nsw York Glante have been overhauled In the National league race. The Boaton Bravee are new going neck to neck with MeGraw'e team, and it looks like good-night for the Glante 1914 pennant aejjlr- ations. Tn4 Bravet are going like a house afire, while the Glanti are hitting the toboggan, with little hope of (topping the downward pull. Saturday the Giants loet to Cin- cinnati, 'Bravea -apllt a double-header with Pltttbufg. Bos. ton didn't play on Sunday, but Giants did, and they received an- other defeat at the hands of the Reds, which placed the Braves at the top with the Giants. NATIONAL down Hat, getting his 'wind knocked .out for a few minutes. Linninc and Easton .carried the hall AMERICAN Philadelphia Boston to the "goal front, vhere Kellogg picked it our of a scnmmiije and in'Detroit a hurry kicked wide. Linning carried j gt it m close again and slipped it to Knipht, Who shot.the ball into the outside ot the lief "Vclntjro onlv to extend himself in the Callies' goal but once, Banncrman and Anderson were putting up a stel- Chicago New 1 ork Cleveland lar and ustialH checked alt hos- tile moies before thev got where Me Inti re u as required to fahow up The half ended wljh the ball in the enemies' territors' SECOND-.HALF There was no wind blowing in the second half 'either, unless 'it was' a hrtcze creaftd Ihe flcetness lie the visitors cannot lay their defeat to'climatic conditions. Now the .red shirts appeared in a new form of battle, arid it didn't take Linning long to show the benefit. 61 the change.- Linning shot for a goal right-olf .the-reel, hut went a trifle uide Ten minutes of scrappy play faded away and then Linning started the fireworks. He'marie .the first illumin- ation on a pass'from Kelloss .on in- side left and close in. The Hat.goalie neicr had a chanc" Io stop it Lin- nlni; repeated three minutes later on a pass from Easton. He came-close to the coveted place not .twr> min- utes later, the ball going over the bar. The TTatterc broke away and car- ried the ball down' the field and Mc- Tntyre was called upon to defend his station when Partingfon charged him desperately. The ball soon went back and Lin- ning fastened .on it in .the .centre of the field, where he screwed himselt and vicious home with excellent precision just over the reach i of the striving goal-keeper. Goal j three. The visitors tonk another turn down'the field and Mclnlyre was -again called out as things began to come his way, .but he was not fright- fully worried the visitors were btatcn and showed it, though gamely trying Io stem the tide. Lethbridge fouled close tc- the pen- alty area, but Henderson's free kick went a trifle high. Another and futile clear and took a long shoi, sending the ball in the habit of feeding tbe ball to play "of. the same order came up in centre forward, and depend-] moment later. Tbe Hatters were jng on him to .score, but with the.-pressing tlie attack, but couldn't, get Departure 'of thai worthy socccrist to through the backs. They got a corner the war, the Callies experienced a' kick and then.the. locals took the ball ;oss they .were bound to have.trouble in making good.. Kellogg showed -the down the campus'. The enemy allow- ed a corner a'rirt: Easton kicked in. i lass as a capable and experienced, He placed a trifle short ami a scrim- flayer, hut couldn't fill Bone's mage took place, put of: which Lin- boots by a long shot, and tho call; ning picked the spheroid-.and made made upon Willie Linning to fill; [ciirth goal. It .was a dribbler and the breech, which he did to theikinb's j low. The Ihc contest was fin- laste, and his exploits will live lor manv a long moon. LETH. RED: MED. HAT BLUE The teams appeared on the field in J jted and blue jerseys, the local Callies Tearing their customary red. The local team won the toss 1 these to-kick cast: There, was and 1 wind advantage it was a beautiful ished in semi-darkness and blustery there was little in- terest .left .ill the; game W'hen heth- bridge established such a cortimand- ing lead.. The James of .Calgary, gave one of the. most cap- avanage i able exhibitions in that official ca- of weather conditions, though! pacity that one would wish, to sec. the last few minutes of. the game: He was commanding and thoroughly, blew up. watchful. Very little got by him. For the lirst'tin minutes of' play t- The grand .stand -was well filled the vis'itbrs were the most successful. with people, but the crowd ?'as not They carried Ihe. attack to the local up to expectations .and tho, local loot- zone and .pressed us back. The red ball interests beheld themselves fac- shirts not playing a united ing a deficit when shekels were game and were at a disadvantage-, a I counted. They decided to pass the state of affairs'which continued for irobably fifteen -minutes, "hey iworkrid. mote as Alter that a unit and hat in order to, expenses meet, and it: very generous response, result- ed, which almost pulUd them of prc'r.swiftn'c Hatter's hack and more the. hole. The city football league feel .than hrtd'them terms, as the exceedingly grateful for the reception tirac approached, though there I accorded their appeal- for aid and yas little to choree, between the j wish to warmly thank through 'Cami. The placing ot the Medicine i press all who helped. Ihc Wishart Killed Attempting io Another Car-Mechanic Fatally Hurt DE PALMA VICTORIOUS HAGAN TAKES MEASURE OF QUIMET. AND EVANS Chicago, Aug. C. Ha- gau, 22 years old, native profession- al of Rochester, .S'. Y., won the open golf championship of America yester- day with a medal score of 290 (or the 72 holes over the Midlothian club course, just one stroke better thanj Charles Evans, Jr., western amateur champion. Evans outplayed the whole Elgin 111. Aug 22-The Elgin Na-i a spectacular finish that, elec- tional road raee Me. which, like that rne JjCWiDUHge a leak in his gas tank and Malting Open to all ama- and put him out of It. teurs, residents of Alberta and Brit- Sixty thousand persons witnessed jsh Columbia. "To be shot for eacfy year on the grounds of the Alberta The finish 'was as follows: Aver. the race. Driver Time Re Palma........ 4-08.18 Pul'.en........... Oldfield.......... 4.24.02 Morris 4.31.09 Hearne.......... 4.35.47 66.7 65.6 Chandler was taken sick, while at; Gun Club, am! held for one year.' 1st cut glass berry ibowl. 2nd field-glasses. 3rd hunting coat. After the above program practice shooting may be had hy all who wish, UllNllUlm OlVn, tvlllIU HI. llln.. Hi the wheel, and was relieved by Mul- j whether members ol the .club or not. ford. LOOK HERE SATURDAY AT THE At the practice shoot TRAPS Saturday NOTICE, N.U.U. Members of the No'rth Lethbridge United team are requested to turn out at the training. quarters to- night at 8 p.m. sharp. NOTICE Boxers for the Soutterii ateur championihleY are reatieiited to their application Imme- aiately from T. Luib, or the Sporting department of the Herald. Watch isaue for the rules governing the touranmelit. BIFLE MEMBERS At the general hieeting of the as- sociation, held on August -19, It Ivas decided to enter for .the Dominion ot Canada prize, nnd the dates set for same were August September 5, 12 and 13. There is no entrance fee, but 40 per cent, of the members must turn out and sbopt on the four dates above order to qualify. The prize Is a one Is given by the1 Dominion to each rifle club. Make little extra effort and get down on above dates, if pos- sible. j night .some good ma'de considering that the last squad were shooting in a high wind and scmi- darknes's. The scores Harry- Pilling Thos. Vuill V. E. Green A. B. Stafford Oeo. Muir W. McDonald E. Oliver M. 0. Petruna H. E. Miebach E. 'o.'Stick-ley J. R. Lowtlier Shot at Broke 50 SO 50 50 '50 50 50 50 50 25 25 JOE TINKER OUT OF GAME Manager Is Collision Injured in Chicago, 111-, Aug. Tinker, manager of the Federal .league dub, probably will not be able to play ball any more this season, according to a physician who eiamined him'today to ascertain the extent of Injury lie suf- fered'in a collision in yesterday's game. It was found that a rib was fractured and a splinter of the bone had penetrated a'lung, while in the same accident Tinker was spiked in the knee and ankle. Jimmie Stanley probably will sub- stitute at short. MINTO CUP GAMES HAVE BEEN CALLED OFF New Westminster, Aug. It is announced that the proposed MInto Cup series between New West- .minster and tlie Rosedales, 'champions of the N.L.U., has'been called off. The easterners held out for a guarantee, which the cup-hoiders refused, and the games are officially off. BROWN REFUSES TO PLAY St. Louis, Mo., 'Aug. Brown, who iflll succeeded man- ail ager of the St. Federals by 211 Fielder Jonet, formerly of the 18' Americans, Raid today he would not 14 I play under Jones. Brown that A. >H.' Stafford brake 24- out of the first, 25 and Thos. Vuill got 23. thus far he has not been notified of any change In the management of the team.. H is understood that Brown to gome other. rst, The. second Squad broke. 10G out of will accept a transfer t 25, some squad ii some] Federal league team. 125, some squall u some i i of them dcn't "fall out of the boat" nevt Wednesday there' will he some records broken. STARLAND'S NEW TENOR MR. PETB BUHPHY Celebrated Iriin Tenor Appearing at Starland GERMANS .IN GHENT- London, Aug. 22, 3.80 press publishes a dispatch, from 6s- tend stating that, tbe Germans already, are in Ghent and they will In, Bruges tomorrow. There .was no re- sistance at Ghent.' The Standard this evening.says In-' formation has reached Loriaon. .that German cavalry patrols iave entered Ghent, Bruges and Ostend. No re-. sistance was offered at either- place; The officials are not able to thi IDZUMO CLEARS FOR ACTION' San Pranciico, Csl., Aug. Japanese cruiser Idzumo, full stocked and proriiioned, and fresh from the dry dock, paseed through the Golden date at 12.10 p.m.. She will clear for action at sea. SATURDAY'S LACROSSE RESULTS Vancouver A. C. 4, Victoria 3. Torontos 12, Natlonals'7. Irish-Canadians 6, Tecu'msens o. .V M.A.A.A. 6. AT THE BUTTS cs won the gkme. Doth games were fast, Vviliio and off somo scnsaXional-stuff. PITCHERS' DUEL Aug. 22. Although Iron Man Buckles pitched well enough to win ordinarily, did a trifle better and the Quakers won 2 to 0. Their two .runs came in the fourth on two.hits and walk, followed by cr- The following.scores were made on ur.iler almost perfect condi- tions McCcod, X. T.................. I Davdscn j McChesnfy Piliard............ 85 84 93 88 80 79 .................-74 (is W. M Mcl.eod; S'.' S. 62 Harris..................................... (12 Barr......'............ Ml Wing 5C 'Collins Stafford, A. B. pile................. (Stewart Burnett' Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Resort, with 18 miles of Navigable. Water for Launches and Row Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day. Additional accommodation at the take Hotel y Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin-- cher Creek every morning for the Lakes. r ;