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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE DAILY HERALD FHdny, .\iigiiHf25.1911. SPORTS Does iinil .l;i'.-U Adaiiis. TiMi Hliiiii'a from tlic finish M-.iry Decs luid ;i ilt-'imtli out ol Ihrcp i'Vfnl anil ..laili Adams and David Holand liaxi in linlii it o'.h liM' I'usl aiom';.. This waH tin- last tiorfornuiiii'c of llio dav and' p, ^ 1 r^. t t T" II -ihi'.rari' was rim lii th�> Kloaniini:, It I rost Laused Uiscontent ~ 1 wo Harness bvents;�;,s a >i,.s.. ra..- fn,ni sun i 1 ! thoiijth fi>rrtMl to cxik'ihi liln last oiuifc ning Races and Indian Relay Complete Card NEED OF STARTING GATE FOR THE RUNNING RACES At Fair Track Made Apparent - Horses Left at thei] BOBBY" BTRyE PL'JTS 'A STKJiDY (LIMK. of ciii'fgy. In thfi third riinniiip pveiit My Hon- SUMMARY OF RESULTS jiurst' of : U.Ml Hall, ;! ! 2; Timo 2.25, -IX'. Harness Races Flr?i Racf. 2.2."i T,-iit. �250-i>(.i!i. ! 1 Dewitt, 2 ;i 2.24 1-2. Second racp. 2.24 Tnit. purse uf }i2riO--n. M. C, 111; Belle frei-more, H 2 2; Pathfinder, 2 ;i 3. Time 2.31 1-4, 2.26, 2.24 1-2. R^rinlng Races Pony Race, Halt-Mile. U 1-2 ha.nds or under, pnrso JliiO-.Maz-dah. l-'lyde (iibbs, 1 1; Alice, IJ. Addison, 3 ;i; Fl T. H. .Icnk-InBon 2 2. Time .'ih, .oii. Fourth Rare, Half-Mile Open, Best Tno in Three, I2i>ii-David Borland, West & Caldwell, 3 I; CIcdder.s o' .Morn, .r. W. .Mcl.aiish-lin, 4; .Mary Dees, W.A. McKeipen, 2 2; J.ick Adams, Lee Uorden, 1 3 1. Time :>1 1-2. Fifth Race, Seven-Eighth Mile Daph. Purse J2i)0-Alhahsca, tJiei-cler. 2; Zoo Vouiig, ,!. A. Bums. 3; Aliiscoit, Reed k .Mayer. 4; .My Botuiuette, K. ,1. Salt, 1. Time 1.35. Sixth Race, Fivc-Kigbtlis Diish for Alhena Bred Three Year Olds -Mazdah. Clyde Gibhs, ,1; Wild Glen, P. V/. Ross, 2; Tuscan. W.A. McKeigon, 1; F.nsigii, W. .\. Me-Kelgen, 4. Time 1.27. Indian Relay Race, i 1-2 'nilcs - Tom Suotted Bull, first, Ci;i..y Crow, second; and Hlack Face, third. iinetle had little difficulty in iiiK away frdin the ficlil niieii it !>e-(Miiio ii"Ccss,try atid wiiii in a walk .i.s it were, .\tli.ibasca and Zoe Yonng i 'iu'ld .Mv lUniuiielte for three-foiirtlis ! 1-2 liaiids or under, '.villi'a purse of tlie joiirncv .Mnd made a pretlv -�i. of it .Mvis.uti was fiiiiit'd iii 'his race licfoie the fiisi i.'iijhlh r.nd ai new Stan was riini; out hy the ind.ccs, Tuscan was slroii!;!v favored in t!iQ .'iS dash and won wlliio'.it troiiule. QUAKERS LOOK FOR ; A WORLD'S SERIES (Ira-.v-j slon. llelle Kreemore was second atul ......... r........i... .-i,.!.! ..-i,..,, p, i.^j Pathfinder third. Three entries Running Events The half-mile potiy race for ponies 14 of $10a lip. was won by Mazdtili in two heats. Alice second. The pood horse Ki Ki was on the c.ird hut was scratched. Ill llie lialf-niiie open, 2 in 3, for J2tio parse, was won Iw the favorite, .lack \dams. Three heats were iiec�;s-sary to decide this race. .lack Adams romped home a winner In the first hear. David Roland heat hUn to It in the second trial and iti ilie final, ,lack .>idams showed his rival the way home j _ though w ilh little to si>;ire. .Mary Dees i I was second in the first two heats and | I'liliadelphla. AiiK. 24-This old 'came In for third mone.\- ^even l!ors-|town cannot shake the hope that the I es were entered. Two were left ai world's series this fall will he pl.iyed the post. in this city, heUveen the local clniis. .My Hoiinnetto w;is favored to win in The .\tliletics open the last home sc-tlie 7-S dash for $2iifi. and proved inie. ies oi\ Labor Pay, and if they are Alluibasca ran second and .loe Voiuis, close to tlie Tii;ers iit thai time they third. Steven horses entered, one left tisiire on winnlnic in a c:in'er, .ii.d at the i)08t. I really J cTii't see how tiny can be Ui the j-S dnsli for Alberta bred .'beat, a.s they have the finest h.iseball three year olds T.uscan was favored j team in the land at the present time, and won easily. Wild Glen was sec-! playing together like a machine, and lond and Mazdah third. Hnslyn was the | well fortified against accidems to play-only other horse in the nice. ' i ers. llavin.K experieiP'ed the trial of MARK NELSON KNOCKED OUT BY ROY GEORGE George's Left Collided With the Point of Nelson*^. Jaw in Third Round and the Latter Took the Count - Nelson Outclassed Roy Gftorge, tall and panthcrlike, lowered over Ms chunky opponent, Mark Nelson, und boat him Inio stib- miaBloti in the third stage of 'heir scheduled fifleoit roitnd 'loiil ni the .Majestic theatre last n'.;lM Georqe I drove a well directed left lo tie point , Ills opponent. lOf his opponent's jnw Immcdlntvly fol-I ready to mrot bOBBV* &YieNE. PlieATEJ THIK.D 5A5E^tAN "nobby" Byrne, the third baseman of the Pittsburg I'lrntps, Is playing his iisnnl steady game liir "I'red" Clark's crew. "Kob" Is a small athlete, but Ue Biirely Is one big man with the bat, and has won many tames tor his team. was freely asked about the ring, "how long will it go." The Invariable answer was ahoiii five rounds. Nelson probably know he was In for a beatlntc nftpr the first onal.inght hut this did not, deter hini from mixing It with He w-as watchf.ul and t;eorp;e half way, but lowing a clinch. The Miikola fighter i he seldom coniiccled with (icorge wllta went to the mat liko a !o I Kdin.mhm. AHa , A.ttt 21.-Before Wt-^fP''" '^-'^^tiall league by , , , ,,� !shiitllng out the Robins and twirling a thfcu Uiuiis.ind people Uus -'..cnins; | ..^.h^ p^n.e. Bill Hurley's men failed the Corinthians deleaved a pn.'lU'd U|,ogether to locate his delivery, an I Kdnumlon team by the score of K to'only three of the Robins reached first I. A icatiirc of the game was thc|hase. two on errors and one on a liuii^nilicctit (lri\(' and CDinbination MILLER OF BERRYPICKERS ! PITCHED NO-HIT GAME' Sa.skaloon, Sask., Ang. 24.-.\lillcr j Sasl^aloo,l, Sa-,U., Auc 2a.-t arncv pitching for the Berry Pickers this the catcher v.\ the Hcrrvpickcrs, has afternoon made a double record for the i i_(,,., ^^,\^\ t,, ([,, chica;j;i) While .So.v, eh a ruy. work ol the visitors, i phi\ ers showed lack The ICdtnontoii of combination terday on two occasions the Bame;,^ j^^^ bend and that settled Leah's 1 in the first 14 games played. thing was repeated. These punk starts made the spectators In general not a llttl� sore and loud walls of protest were heard from the Wifin who hart the money on the horses left at the post. The starting gate principle is the only adequate v.ny ot giving the horses an even break. Calgary and other westeim meets have them. It Is up to Leth-brldge to be with the rest of these cities. They cost but a trifle. Barring the discontent of tho horse-s being left at the post the public were j well t.itlsfled with tho events. They were very much prolonged however, through tho interference of other attractions which intruded from time to time and tho last race was finished In deep dusk. Four running races was all that was contained on tJie card, but two harness events were added. The first event was a 2,16 pace or 2.10 trot for purge of %1'lg�''y Kdmontoi! Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA .Moose ,law..... Ad Wolgasl on Sept, 1;') would cut oIL he SPEY ROVAi. Il'o.= ton ...... no 200 111 1~S ir, :; St. Louis .... 400 000 030 0--7 0 o I I'yler and Kling; Sallee and Hlltis J'rooklyn .... 200 000 01 1,^-1! 0  ;!lCHKO ..... 100 000 201 1-5 1 I 2 i lUirke, Seanlon and Ertvin; Real-hnch, Brown and Archer. 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