Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
iSatnfday, Aug. 2fi, 1011 THE TsF Football Important happcnlnxj in tho SOCCIT line during the past week tlmo for tlin n.viicnses of the trip, when the (tallies are (lie best lilted, finumually It lias now been' decid- ed to romimmicali1 with (ho l.cth- lirlili-c lO.s-ecutivu inlonning them that jiliey will condescend to como lo Lclh- i lo play off llicir lie on condi- IIHVO no doubt bmi the doings ot the (.'orinllilnns in Canada. Ka.s- Miatoon turned out its largest crowd in thii liislory of football in that city nnil saw its fond hopes dashed to the ilium Hie expenses of timteen lacn. hy the seorc of 9-2. The vis- Tlnil's very kind, bill, qnito a few ilors were live to nil in the here are asldnp; whellicr the Dallies first ball, when the Berries were would guarantee even one .man's cx- nwanled n penalty. They turned this were I.cllibridp (n K0 there, to account and immediately affcr IS130 lakes quito ,1 bit of digging np. scored second, after which they I'I'licy would like to epinc Labor Day Much the same thing happened at Edmonton, where the travellers look- Jed for n bit of a fight, but the best tho Eskimos could do was to score j one goal to the visitors' six. Mani- if l.etbbridge agrees lo Iheir terms, nnil this will be considered tiie lo- cal executive. What kind of n man is this I'arker, of Toronto, anyway? lie comes tn football Executive piny very mtcrestlni. Tho from Macleod'i extreme wing, dropping right into the govl completely fooled Jtoekny, and scored the winning goal (or thu visitors, but it wait certainty lueky. AROUNP WORLD IN THIRTY DAYS Frtntk Mm Trying to Cut ftrmtr Nteord In Hulf Rumor If that the Cullies urn going to Colcman on Labor Day (Turin Cor. York Times.) Jager Schmidt, of the new Parts II- dully Excelsior, on Julv 17 take .rise out of the proud aBgrc-ga-'.et out ,rom to a vo; tlon of that town. Humor also has world In record time.' it that the H.O.E, are going to Cow- j The lour has been organized with ley again to lift the Covyley Cup. If 'the object of 'boating tho time mnde the Calgary Callies come here that; day, lob, there'll he a I'hiincc for some of the juniors. U'nU'li fur Hie Charity O.K. and Callies, and IhewinniM'S vs. Ovi-rsuas. Till': MAN BKIIIXD. Middleweight Tangle itoba gave Ilicm a hit of a liiKslc, I.ellibridge would gunr- keeping right to tbe tore with th( i where the Corinthians only manaH-d fo1' '.'oriiitliiuiis to play continued arguments aver this and t, n i._._ tliif ___. llllenl jhere, and we offer practically tho whole of (he gate, less In per cent, for advertising, which was Ihe same Today i.s the. big day in Calgary, j llmt niade, and 5'.'r. to win by two to one. tllc fixtlre Then he comes this is Ihe one place in Canada) j Hint the visitors are at all anxious about. They know Calgary's reputa- j ull the pill imaginable at [very ranch like case of "'much look last and informs us that Although I11'" teclm is returning hy tbe main there is keen disappointment at the lmli thcm'ore "cannot" appear I World's Championship games being.: l-ctliliriclgc. The powers that he called off, owing to Ihe fact that hnmv tn this scntlc- Cor'lnthians1 rules do not allow of their playing for a trophy or prize, 'lion for footballers, and their hardest fight there. man when he puts up hi; I sition. next propo- yet the whole of Calgary is excited, and that excitement will not diniin- jisli until Calgary gets its heating. The Killhursi authorities have now scheduled for last ni-ht Had given their players a free hand, and tlin mMcr Ithev.cnn play m the game n (ilkj It was n gonil move of the C'allies and S.O.K. to have postponed tlii-ir .on (by M. Stleglor. of I.e Matin, who In I SOt, mnde the'tour of the world In! M dayi. For a month past Excelsior] lias been In communication with motjt of the remote parts of tbe globe to' ascurtalu the of travel. I .M. Schmidt started with tho pron-; pect. of being faced with terrible' odds. Ho may iwsslbly he delayed by I qulnoxllll goleB in the Pacific, by j the Jlaiicburlan plague, nnd hy Can- i adlan forest fires, lint he left here j "'lib the "firm determination to do' all that'Is humanly possible to uc- While tbe lightweight battlers and iooniplish the trip in 59 days .ho bantams are holding the spotliBht M. Schmidt spent, several days in hroiish their achievements in tho maklng'a tour of the Paris stores to "ng, the middleweight aspirants areIflnd the biggest trunk with the most compressible shlrls, socks, (be smallest halr- bruoll, aiid ingenious iime and -space saving devices of all descriptions. ;M. Schmidt left the Excelsior offi- ces on ilia voyage at 1 hour and JS minutes 41 3-5 sccondp. the official chronometer 'Being held hy Alme lilc- hard, of. the Aero Club, and drove in one of thfvmost powerful cars in Par- that, hut more especially over the question of the 155-pound champion- ship, which has not been settled he- yond dispute since. Stanley Ketchel died, the victim of an assassin's bul- let. Tbe middleweight squabble looks about nothing." Not tbat the men. themselves arc mere trial horses Is to the. Nord station, where bo board- the champion.race, but the entire lhc for Cologne, fair is being taken too serlojisly. The I schedule of tbe voynce drawn efforts now beintr made to bring to- UI> hefpre the start is as follows: Hugo Kelly, the Chicago Ital- ian, and Johnny Thompson ivho hailed .from Sycamore in his early days, is one example. As far as tho ability of each man Hon. A. L Sif ton Premier of Alberta, and W. A. Buchanan the Liberal Candidate Will Address a Mass Meeting IN THE ic Theatre, Lethbridg( so Ihe line-up will 110 doubt be the Charily fund, while tbe fa I follows that is another question. ng ii championsJiiu can not he lalten seriously. As Chicago fans, In partic- ular, must know, there is litlle or Hicliardson. Melville, (Mill- It will probably be played some lime during the coming week r was Inolhing on which Thompson can base niul l-.c one of the best games of The game on Monday evening was a Mint Show Fight There is one tiling a fighter miiBf do, and that is show fight or quit. I .and Grindley, llaig, I A: Wakelyn, j and Potric, V. McBwcn I minion' it of Ad am McLean and Jewell, Jll0t ansivcr Ulo purposc. for wiljdl how true It in. v Urininly a great-learn j was nrninged. The Maroons proved j Inch a fighter and tho July 25, Irltiitsk :Jnly Vlndivis- on the Japanpse Sea; -Tuly 3.1 Tsiirugn: (even- ing) August, MS, on the Pacific: ;Augnst 13. Vancouver; Aug- ust 13-18, across'Canada; August IS, biit the natter of either of them hold- Montreal; 19-25, on the At- iRntic: August 26, Liverpool; Aug- Paris. M, Schmidt actually reached Irk- utsk exactly to the schedule, at 3.50 p.m.; July 25. j Details of his tour aro at present lacking, owing to the fact that the 'Russian .government prohibits tele- graphing" in French. Ofi j :i claim to the title crown, even though hie may lie capable of boating the best man in his class. the hest team, whieh was ..nite It gave the hoys a good I vince could unt on the Held, although there are hoiind to he some who think j they could put on a better one. Ricli- j nrdson must Jie a star lietween the j uprights to get his place in prefer- i ence to Doss. -I- Calgary think their chances are good, anil inayhc tiioy are, but it has got to he football all the way. i The Corinthians have probably more I bit of practice, but why not pick Hi Gallic siinie There is no exception to this, and Ihe shows cpnclil- olgnEt, every best light- weight of the present day, was panned most consistently for not defending Sometimes the barber to fhn kins .succeeded in n.laxfng an important j part In the state.by gaining the royal i confidence. Most notable instance of! this was 'Peter of Brosse. at first bar- !1er and then prime minister to lip the Bold of France. He was after- bis honors even when bis arm was lean, to meet Calgary Callies right forks' of "power." away, and..'give them some Raines j n ii i, (here never should have neen Football away Uny (Ioubt gradually these days, and a few good man m his class (133 pounds) but! pruclicc gjnios would it-nd to liven! tiie siege of hostile criticism endured the thing up a lot. Get the team I by the Michigan "Wildcat" is fresh in out to represent I.elhbridge .anil give minds of Compare this AT 8 O'CLOCK IN THE EVENING Tuesday, August 29th PUBLIC INVITED God Save The King I'cm a or two, or else cut out to wlmt Thompson has to hack up hi Hie gTousiiig if they don't happen to experience as a ttam and have played n sllow- If team scvernl games together in this coim-'tllilt here had had ;i try-while the.Calgary eleven must he'K.amc two toffethcr tllerc might IIRVC been ;i tfifierent result. slrange to each other's play. They l will certainly put lip a great game, however, -and with a little luck may i pull out a "'in. San, Day, on the Corinthians' for- I want line, put in a shnt at Toronto which .smashed the cross-har. Thf Calgary Callies are kicking fcboui having to go out of towii to i play their fixtures in the Bennett ['Shield Competition. They claim that as they have held the shield so long, I thu matches should all be playcri in j Calgary until they lose it. That may )ie ail very well for the Callies, hut hov; about the smaller (.owns support good football teams. they to go down in their jeans e' The S0ns of England trip to Plncli- nt Creek livened .things up consider- ably in football rii-eles in that old all, town. They were a little too for the homesters, but the hitter put up a good game and show- ed the visitors ,Lhat the game is not dead in thai- town'. The next thing we hern- from that town is that Scot- land defcntufl England in an Interna- claims to the middleweight laurel. j As a middleweight the Sycamore vet- eran never did anything worth'while fMitfildc of getting n decision over Billy Papke in Australia, there is evory rcason to helieve that Ihe Papke in tbat battle was a far different -man from the fighter who beat Ketchel in a championship battle on the Const. i Glove Contest P-sembles Dog Fight Says McNaughton, America's Fore- most Fight Critic Has Argument With Harty Gilmore Snn Francisco, Aug. Oil- iioran's cleverness and straight inmcli- mo're, of Chicago, one of tho old school I'lK u'ere ineffeMivc liecanso his blows f inslructors-or maybe il "We injury on the ironllko construction olp would be more courteous to sav one- want to commend Wolgast moat higli- of the teachers of Hie old school moth-: ]y for his W01.k i issue with me over a re- his confident and courageous style. 1 Man critic calls ihem'hayo certainly come to the top. It remains. lo he seen whether the old stylo of fighting win lake the precedence again. Filmore points lo Dob Fltzslnraons ns n sample of tho old style hoxer. JHo says I hat if it were possible to place Fitzsimmons in the lists again (leiuonsirale plainly of the old over the present style of mill- ing. It will he as well for Mr. Ollniore to remember that Fitzshntnonu cliang- cent article uf mine deploring tho de- cadence of the Mace system of fist- enffs. Baseball Notes On Iheir recent trip to Chicago, the Brooklyns drew better than ever''be- fore in the Windy Cily. The double deductions "when comparingjone knowing the finer Joints of tbe victory of the Suporbas over the Reds the relative ability of Hie present-day [game will'lead the tear-in yon can put me on recurd for this: In the case of two fighters possessed with fiijual nil lu ml ad van I am- Ue apparently thinks I strength and bitting power- tbe deductiuiis "when comparing one tional played on Wednesday, and that jililv another match is being iell'! on the previous Sunday convinced, tbe -fishier and ilic fighter of some years Chicago fans that the Cubs ago." have their troubles mixer by a mile." who writes an interesting in Seating Dab- J As ,ui WolFast was tbe particular Delights, and so it .turned out pugilist Who Inspired the artlnlo ob- as the Snperlxia won three straight Ijecled. success, following those games, after dropping the opener. The Ja.ck Johnson and Sam Lnngforrt cd his .style almost entirely'after ha Kid fought a few contests in America. In Ills early middle weight fights, those with Billy McCarthy, Jack Dempsey and Arthur Uphara, was a Mace boxer purs ilmple. When' he began in mingle with heavy weight he invented tricks and'thumps-of his i and did his moat deadly work with a peculiar short-arm ppunch, the like of which waa probably never. Been n either England or Australia, W. w. Naughton Condemn Our Style English sportsmen .hate American fighters and condemn their Htylo of 'tenting. The popular English theory Is that leitur but one rather too long lo ijuotc at length, says that n knowledge of self defence is of use for other pnr- besides the pursuit of fame iMaclwtd WCTR in.luclv on iVcdnrsday who-niglir- when they defeated the Hovers. A re j The game was not a very exciting Tory j one, but on several occasions the Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age Made in (he CWivet District of in Scotland, from the finnt of Scotch Birley. DIKECT PROM Craigellachie-Glenlivet Distillery Co. can be had from 0 C PACFOKLO WINE AND SPIRIT COY, They can say what they like about Christy JIathewson being as, good as ho ever was, having all his regular stuff and all that, tout it in to prove It after glancing over bis war this season. Not. for more than month-3 has the great Matty pitched first-class game of ball. He has beel beaten repeatedly and in the gamei ho has won he lias been bit 'verj hard. When Mfitty lost a couple o games nothing was thought of It, foi '.hat i-s likely to happen to any twirl er. Rut he goes in time after lime only to be ferociously. I he-wins It Js simply because the Giants get (en or a dozen runs foi him. -Matty has pitched wondcrfi ball for eleven years in the National It is no tnirpri-ao that hd should not be so effective now as he was a few Reasons agu. nt prnsont. !l IB Wo] gas t to whom Prof. Glimorc j'nys his piirticuliii- pGCts. I-Ie says: While tiie Wolgast- Jloran hattle an Sam Crawford of the Detroit base- ball fjam bar one ambition. That Is o mitbat Ty At present he in Itliln ,50 points of the agile young nan from Georgia -wllli .380 as agalnnt Crawford, a heavier man, has lolnn twenty five hascs and if be can o fhaf, figures Cohb ought to steal 00 In the same time. Cobb however, content with forty-eight pilfered aclrs. Cohb leadn. tho American league at it, and with his speed on the saclte romicea lo set a record in big circles year. Kddle Collins of the Ath- etics, out of the gamo with as n mark of .Sofl, a hatting strength j needed by the Athletics. en i ox- mpla ot the modern slum-bang fighter against the clever boxer, if, was not 0 tent Jjchveen two men with strength and endurance. Wolgasi is with tremendous.power mid notable stamina, and this is ilic ,rel, of ills accompllEliments. I jni.iea tiie greatest good to Ihe great- est number. I "It stands to be said "that .were I to reach (he crouching head-on style of combat. It would be sadly a jintss in a street brnvrl where two 01 I more opponents might face yo.u. On Kl.i-nigiit right the jaw and the know- !nc; limv to follow such an' attack in proper style would be a groat he two fighters ought to stand well ipart from one another, with figures liiffly erect and loft arms extended, md spar.for If one of the loiniB also happens to be a knockout well and good. But of infighting the Englishman has no notion. The mo- ment the two men are so close to- gether that their bodies touch or their arms seem to be Interlocked the Brit- on wants them to separate anil start over again. j BLEACHERS FELL Rachihe, WIs., Auf. While a game of baseball In prpgrevi at the North eide ball park between the Bloomer girls of Boston, and the der Colts, a row of bluchers wltli a crash, carry inj at resembled a dog fight more than inything. The "clinch" figbtcrs us an Aiintra- Five Dollars For A .Name A Five Dollar Gold Piece is offered for the best suggestion for a new name for Heeling's iStoro, North Lethbridge, which is under new nmiiflgcment. One suggestion is .allowed eanl) cash purchase of one dollar duringi the fifteen days immediately following Sat- urday, September 2nd. For particulars call at the.store. Tho 'business lias been purchased by L. 0. Walton, who has thoroughly renovated the entire store and will conduct the business on M larger scale. We respectfully solicit your patronage. PHONE FIFTH AVE. 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