Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE THRER it WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1915 BASEBALL Pot. .515 .530 .518 .500 .481 .'183 .460 .4U8 NATIONAL W. L. io Brooklyn 81 Boston 58 Chicago............... 8' 56 St. Louis 5li Cincinnati 53 New York 01 Pilh'bUijr.............. BosTou. ...............10 12 I Ctooper. Hill and Gibson; Ragan 'Chicago................ l x Lavandcr and Archer; fllxey., Chal- toers and Killlfer, Adams. St. Louis..............12 16 York............. Meadows, Kobo and Snydor; Tes reau and Dooin. Cincinnati ..._......... Tonuy and Dell Carty, 7 11 0 0 n and Me- ..4min. ..12rriln. ..25min. ..17mln, ,23mln. Covclskie 010 6 13 l! Boston............. Petroit Chicago Washington New York............ Cleveland St. Louis Boston Detroit......... Shore and Cady; ptanage, Baker. New York., .Cleveland.............. Caldwell and Alexander; fmd O'Neill. First game: Philadelphia............ Kt. Louis...............10 12 Nabors, Wyokotf, Bressler and Bast, Sisler and Agnew. Second game: Philadelphia............ J Bt: Louis............... 6 l0 Fillnger and -McAvoy. Washington 5 Chicago 8 Thirteen innings. Boehllng, Ayres and Heno'; Scott, Wolfgang, Faber and. Schalk. and Daly. _______ i FEDERAL Bt. 3 10 J Chicago............... Plank and Hartley; McConnell'and Fischer. SCORE' N. L. U............... S. O. E............... First Hal! N. L. U, Surr N. L. U., Tennant..... N. U. Second Half N. L. U., Tennant S. p. E., Faunch The Line-Up' N. L. Seaman and Holland; Maclndoe, Whyte and Holbcrton; Willctts, Slmrre, A. Gurr, J. Tennant and Campbell. "3. 0. Wallls and Nesbltt; Lee, Bennett and Faunch, Farrant, Draper, Best- .wick and Thompson. played back when Neshitt left the field, and later Wallis and Draper changed positions. Gurr. minute halves. Final League Tr.bic P. W. N. L. U. 8 5 S. 0. E. 8 4 WHY NOT INTRODUCE WttER POLO K THE LAKE? Though it is rather laic in the season there is nevertheless tinio to eel under way iu U'thbridne a now game, polo, which is very popular in England and some parts of Canada and tlie Lulled States. Letlibridge all expert at tho Kaine, Jas. wlio played with the famous an team sjveral limes champions' 'of England. Water polo is a gam? tor expert and strong swimmers anil is played in a space of thir- teen by twenty-five yards. Hender- son Lake would be an ideal place lor the game. II is suggested that tho Aquatic Club take up this sport anil get it under way here, at once. Mr. 1'cacock can tc se- to give instructions Swim- mers interested in the introduc- tion of water polo should pet into touch ivith Sir. Peacock at phone RAYMOND'S BIG FAIR AND CARNIVAL al ooons al opens 0" "y Don't Forget the Dates t Monday evenin with a stirring address, "My by Police Ma the a.mralng Of the R. A. Wright Silver Cup. Then the Remember, D. 2 2 0 :Thc withering of the drama in two acts, wa: staged Uiaillil III LWU cll'ia, w the Athletic park last evening before la crowd of about 200 people. it wasj ny, drama in which the North Lcth-: bridge United eleven emerged heroes game. Near the close of the seconi half and just alter Ihe N.L.u. had, scored their third goal, 1 is a member ol the K.M.W.M.I was, called to till) barracks. He leit the. field instantly. With ten men the Sons pressed home the attack and] they appeared to better advantage, than heretofore, notwithstanding a weakened front and when the whistle blew half-time they were holding their opponents down or even better. NOT GOOD KOOTHALI- From a scicntilic point ot view the i gaiiic -nlRht was not the 'the averase tootball devotee would care to write home about. In the first place it was spoiled by the in-, i ability oi the Sens to put a full com-i plementioi players in the lie il. IMS; [act was conducive uo doubt to ragged )lav thai ensued. When one team catches the other shorl-hamleu it is the rule for the stronger of the two tn indiilar in their best display There win of Fciencp, but. such was not '.he ]ocal gml al i last nidit. The men from across thj-! h k lomorr, track were tor bent, un getting _ ball to Ihe nci by sheer weight and, 6..JO. EVL-.J man in in. Iwr'i pluitcmu. These methods were .esses a shot gun Is cordially winiiini; inrthuds, nevertheless. and i ao the traps io sei bis rye ill 10 win more satisfactorv to for the victors linn anv laudable efforts- toj which opens September 1. lirmlurr nice-looking football. j The local (rap-shooting tournament; Ol'T COLON will take place next Kami-day nflev-: The. Sons were astounded with the, noon, r.omr-nclng; at Til" Dupoin rapidiu- in which the blue shkU j powder Co. have donated iwo hand-i !in pos- Iv invileJ Parsons, the Sons' 'goalie, some prizes, which no! been j with the city football championship in their possession, also the Ma- grath Shield, the emblem thereof. The Sons of the Rose, or properly I'as mode a reputation for him- mentioned before, one a silver spoon self between the- posts this year, was' for ladies and the oilier a waich lob! not up to his usual mark, but it is [or These two prtas are for doubtful anyway if he could shooters only. All the cups i re-U'lU'd anv'thin'g (hat got by m-izes for die tourney are on ex- Irid he been playing in his usual liril-; hiilitjOI1 at the Hlck-Sehl hardware; were the 'Die Sons lest speaking, (he S.O.E., tims of the occasion. the much coveted honors by a score oi to 1. It was the" second encoun- ter brtwcem these two to establish the city football championship after j and it'was kicked to store. a e een p liant form. The first goal was scored j with a rush of the forward line and] it was not easy to sec who contrl-1 v v v buted the goal, hut credit is given toj-4- (iurr The next "-oal was made from j.Ker kjck wilict.ts placed the the season's schedule had closed with j (n) in ironl.01- the goal until Ten- CLONEY TAIT TO BOX AMERICAN AMATEUR CHAMPION both teams tie lor first position Ihe League. The first extra game'play- Tliursday was a draw, 1 to 1. N. L. U. FAVORED Althongh the S.O.E. have held the Hlue Shirts on eTuu terms through- nant fastened on and then he nicely booted it over the heads of the hunch into t-he top left hand corner of the The Xorthside had the best of the play as may be expected, The Brooklyn.......... Baltimore......... Starion and Land; Jackiitsch. Buffalo 14 12 3 6 11 5 Johnson and hut j out the season, there was something j often got the ball close 1 in the air since the last match which i Sons were given a corner Hick bin seemed to impart a feeling of vie- failed (o no anything. The blue shirts lory for the Northside last night and came charging down the held, Simm this feeling infused itself into many I passed to Gurr and the latter slipped _, _r C3 :t i... ,Vir thp j.llinl L'OUnt Of Schu'lfz and Allen; Seaton and Rar- den. First game: Kansas Cfty plttsburg Cullo'p arid Easterly; Knetzer and Perry. Second game: Kansas City 3 Pittsburg iu J- Packerd-and.Brown; Barger and O- (Connor. AM. ASSOCIATION Cclumbus Milwaukee.............. Curtis and Coteman; Shackford and, J3rennen. Ixjuisvllle Minneapolis of the most sympathetic of the S.O. E. backers, who were not so enthu- siastically optimistic regarding the outcome as usual, and S.6J.E. follow- ers who sometimes wager a little were looking for odds on the game. 'It might also be remarked on the other hand that the Northside 0---------- backers were not over prone to give second half. it by Parsons for the third count of the first half. Parsons saved, a nicely directed one from Holbe.rton a couple of minutes later and they vhe jali time blow. SECOND HALF They wasted no time hut changed Mlddleton and blemonn; Williams, lind Gharrity. No other games scheduled. j .INTERNATIONAL 1 First game: Jtlontreal odds on their team's chances. had a wholesome respect for the Sons, notwithstanding their vision of victory. QUICK WORK The issue was settled in mighty quick order. The Sons' hopes were dashed to smithereens in less than fifteen minutes. Their opponents scor- ed in four minutes after the start and repeated in about eight minutes more. This was considered about all 3 I that was necessary to blues looked capable at every angle and the best efforts the Sons appeared able to put forth were net likely to eclipse those of their strong oppon- ents. The match was a foregone con- clusion after the second goal was goals and went right on battle with waged the Providence scored. However, the defeat of the Sons mitigated somewhat in the fact that the first- two goals vyere scored against them when playing only ten men. Thompson was substituted for Second gamo: Montreal 3 First game: Second game: First game: Buffalo Providence game: Seconi Buffalo First game: jRocliester Second game: Rochester---- i 2 Jersey City.. Jersey City.. 3 Harrisburg 1 Harrlsburg 4 Richmond Richmond NORTHWESTERN Vancouver ;4 Spokane Tacoma.... V. Seattle 18 innings. very even terms considering the Sons were playing a man short. They ap- peared to be getting more dash as the game drew to a close, and made sBveral dangerous visits to the N. L. U. citadel. A free kick taken by Ben- nett made the Northsidcrs step live- ly, but nothing resulted. The Sons' goal was visited and a bombardment ensued, four corners in quick succes- sion being given against them, but the defence ivas there. The was not increased until Tennant, receiv- ing .a nice pass from the halves, dash- ed away up 'the field and net-ted No. 4. This' was the test goal of the jame. The Sons, far from being dis- ieartened, came again and made Edmonton, Alta., Aug. Edmonton boxing fans wi'.l have an opportunity on Labor Day of seeing In action Harry Gle'ason of Seattle, the best 125-pound amateur boxer in the United States, At the Naltonal boxing championships held recently at the Panama Pacific exposition, Gleason woa the championship in his class, Jrom a field which in- cluded boxers from New York, Boston.- St. Louis, Chicago, Milwaukee and other large centres. Negotiations were concluded by wire yesterday, and Gleason, accompanied by Dan Salt, hoxing- instructor of the Rainier A.A.C., Seattle, wil be in Edmonton on Labor Day ffhen he will hook up v with Clone? Tail. This is Tail's opportunity, and it the Edmonton. A.A.C. boy can defeat Gleason, his ser- vices will be in demand all over the continent. Fl nn fn nwpd DV thC O3DV (Inu LMG w CoSorT awarding of.the Gold Watch of the Queen Elect, this is FREE! Tuesday, August 31st Letlibridge Will All Go to Raymond Special Trains have been provided with-a round trip (Including admission to Fair Children 50c. Sports will- be pulled off to (lie minute. Four Big- Events scheduled for cadi hour. -rlentific Ropint, Bare Back Broncho Riding Horses to be turned loose on race track without halter or Other Wild Broncho Riding Events in which Trained Buckers anrl Outlaws will be ridden. A '1 iqht weight who can ride the Kirkeldy Bucking Year Old Calf and not pull leather. arc' urned to take first tr.iin leaving Lethbndge in order to witness this part of ths prosram. Big Horse Races, Men's Races, Motor Cycle and Automobile Championship Races for Silver Trophies FUNNY GT'UNTS-HORSE RACE OF THE INVINCIBLES RIDDEN BY LETHBRIDGE MEROH- ANTS, BLANKET TOSSING, BAR AND BOLSTER EVENTS, ETC. The Magriith-Letlibridgc-Raynioml Baseball Trophy Champion- slilp Games to be played (luring- sports. Evening: Fireworks, followed by a Grand Ball in the Opera House. Trains will leave Letlibridge at p.m. and 2.20 p.m. Trains will leave Raymond at 9p.m. and 1 a.m. Sept. 1st. Raduced rates are also made from Montana, Wilson and Stirling. i are Prepared to Care for and Feed All Comers j i. OTHER DAYS' SPORTS: Wednesday, September 1st, will be another heavy day, of and Thui'sday. Sejitembei- 2nd, will be given exclusively to horse races 0. F. URSENBACH, CARNIVAL MANAGER 1 W. EVANS-Sport Manager. J. O'Brien and Dick Kinsey. RAY STARTER. The Time of Your Lives awaits you at the Raymond Carnival. l; Oi'pheuni Theatre THURSDAY. The Country Store Auto poker is a new -Plttsburg game 'f gambling on numbers of passing v autos 1111 means four aces. Holland lator on. Sons played ten .men for the greater part of 'the preat dying effort. Holbsrton, dearingi dropped the ball near his own goal and Faunch, being nicely j The placed, quickly turrcit the ball be-j killed tweau the backs into the net to the'" great satisfaction of tire S. 0. E. supporters. From this en the same was even, and the score closed as above stated. It's easy enough to understand where the fans got the iljottles to hurl at Umpire Byron's dome, but where the cucumbers? Ts it possible they arow 'em in the. St. Louis ball yard? H would bo unkind to remark that from the looks of the official stand- ing, it appears they do. The unconditional release of Tim false. report that Jack Munroe was at the front is auparently The following dispatch indi- cates that he was only wounded: "London, Aug. Alexan- dra paid a visit yesterday to Netley hospital. Among the wounded are a by Toronto Maple that the big fe is about through as a player. Ho has POLICE CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE been a thoroughly conscientious play- er and economical in hia habits, so jtliat he should have something put away for a rainy day. The Philadelphia Ledger expert FOR SI. Only three clubs in the American league have any chance for the pen- nant, and these teamsj Boston, De- troit arid Chicago, respectively, are strengthened at tne expense of the LACROSSE PLAYER GIVEN SEVERE JOLT AT WINNIPEG hospita Among me ,nc number of Princess Patricia's men, Hasn't a very advanced opinion of th whom she singled out for special Nationals. In speaking ot coehition Jack .Munroe, the well- the recent visit of the Cubs to the knmvn oxer was introduced lo City, he said: "There Is a lot Ssty and after sneaking to natural strength m the machine mtautes she" expressed the but it plays less intelligent baseba.l and is handled in poorer shape than several 'hope that his wounds would not pre- vent his practicing his art. any club in tho league." Harold Simpson, the sensation de meeting of the Winnipeg Lacrosse as the fact that they later on in the same night and visited the i house of a Jew named Zaltuik, after threatening his wife and child- ren, took two chickens and a duck, mil went away again. Zakiuk's house is a few hundred feet south of the high level and with, the exception of few acres of garden truck, its environs are the universal jungle. Ziaki.uk states that on Sunday morning last two men came un to his place, and asked him which was the nearest route across the river. He told them to go down to the traffic bridge, hut they said that was too far. Later in the day they asked him to sell them some of Ms poultry, but he refused. They hung araund most of that day in ths neighborhood of Zakiuk's house, and acted in such a suspicious manner that ho went up twice to the Mounted Police, and asked for protection. The, second time he went un he met special constable Vesari on the street and asked him to come down. Shot at Constable Vesari went down at a'bout 5.30 on Monday afternoon, and Zaki.uk point- ed out to him the place where he had last seen the men. Vesari had his re- volver, but did not expect to have to use it, thinking that jthe men were harmless hoboes. When he had tra- versed about two hundred yards of the jungle lie came to. a place where the bushes were a little higher than elsewhere. Just as he parted the bushes he saw two men seated in a a small natural clearing. At the same instaul one of the men pulled his automatic revolver and shot at him once at a range of about twenty feet. Vesari fell to ths "ground, and'the men. backed off, evidently thinking they had wounded him. When.they were out of sight, Vesari went back ,o Zakiuk'a house, where he found, .hem very much exercised over the report of the shot. Just then Constable Lobb of the Mounted Police arrived on the sOflno, and when he heard what had happen- ed, went down to the pumpinp station and 'phoned in the alarm to head- quarters. Men were Immediately sent down to both sides of the river, but the fugitives had had a good start and their whereabouts "was very problem- atical. Detachments of Mounted and city police searched all western banks of the river, and all the farm- houses on that side of river, the search continuing until two o'cloqk Tuesday mornmgr. It was thought then that the men; had escaped across the river in a boat, hut the facts which to light yesterday provo that they stVil on the east side of the Aus. The Challender- were oblamed from another but It-looks like "stacking the. cards" to see the tail-end clubs parting with their best men in order to strengthen cluba that are already strong. James Should Help The purchase ot Pitcher Bill James by Uie Detroit club should make'the American .league race still closer. The Tigers have the offence to Tvin.a lot more games if civen reliable pitching. honors. Palmer vnimcimc..- piicnmg. James should help to bol- Tavlot wrestling bout, scheduled to star-the s'.ab staff and make the li- t.vJ' olaco at Sarcte camp last night gers very formidable." They are hot Hidn't it is said, Boston Red from Challender's failure to arrive from Chicago. No announcement lias hctn made as to the date of the bout. SRNTAL io BLADDER 'relieved in 24HOURS competitors, now, but the Boston Red Sox are running so smoothly and I have such good pitching that it will need pitching of somelbinE like Ihe same class to match their clash. James should help a lot close the gap. which is a very- small one when it considered thai Ihe race 'has six weeks fitill to run. It is time that n pennant came west, and every tan In the central Stales is for tho confiiHe the above-men- tioned Bill .fames with Bill James of Ihe Boston. Braves. v. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers ail nitch their heads off to set .g .ono amateur, scu'ller I me down wltbuut a- Ml, sli.l l very few pro hoping lo hit, (00. this season. Thai will lend the American league, guess, and it it doer, nol, why, I will 1 j gUCfcb. rtii'i IL il u JI havo lo go even belter, tlist s all. lo take 'the measure of "Hob" Dibble, the Canadian and Amcricr.it ciiamjiinn. 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