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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD ALL'THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS Jf f DOWN AND OUT s'. WRIGHT CHARITY SHIELD St. Andrew's will meet tho Callles In the first round ot this competition on Tuesday at G.15 at tho Ball Park. Ref- eree, J. Gurr. Overseas vi. St. Mary's on Thursday it 6.16 at Ihe Ball Rifereo. J. Gurr. HUGHDONNAN WINSEL-OSO TROPHY Monday, August 2C, 1912 GETS ANOTHER OFFER Lose Minto Cup to New., Hope Crushed Keen Contest Between TWIN CITIES Winner and Aid. Skeith New Westminster, Aug. Minto Cup has come back to the Roy- al City, Though the actual delivery of the silverware is necessarily de- Jayed to comply with the formality of four remaining games in the British Columbia schedule, Vancouver on Sat- urday Informally said good-bye to the coveted' cup, being defeated in 'the most critical same in, the league series by six goals to five. The score, however, indicates a game than the actual contest, for JOIN THE C. I. LEAGUE in the Final The final In tho Eloso Challenge trophy competition at the Country Club, was played on Saturday after- Port Arthur and F O r t noon, between Hugh Donnan and Aid. Skeith. Eighteen holes -were played William Talking Pro. In Ole tilst nln6' Mr- e up, but Mr. Donnan played remark Baseball ab'6 for tlle nlne nojea> do- iag tha coursp ia 4jj tt first seven holes in 29. He wou tb Fort William, Aug. morn franchises, covering Fort William and I contest by four boles up and three t Port Arthur, Trill ba granted nert sea. Play. In ttw Central International let A number of the local golfers wll first..tea determined Sal-jgys, provided satisfactory guarantwa compete in the Alberta championship tnon Bellies took the lead, and are Present tea-ma com-1 at Calgary at the end of tils weelr. prising tae ars Winnipeg, Grand Porks, Duluth and Superior. Copjw. Charity Cup was won hy C. P. R. team laat night, who defeated tie Wanderers 1 goal to nil, aftw a- htxd-fought game. The coal was in the dark Bellies took the lead, and though tied once in the irlUiant third quarter, were never headed by the equally determined, but Jess efficient Vancouver stars. That Con Jones' men Vere outplayed was the admis- tion of all unbiased spectators of the game. Up to the commencement ot tthli game. New had won and Vancouver but ot the vleven gunes played. ViiMotiver not only needed victory on Saturday, tat in the remaining four aa veil, to tie the soore in the Incue. aerlea. Then would followed an extra serin, with each hoping for viotorr. But that is all a dream now, lor Van- couver "will he one behind even should it win these remaining four games. The third quarter was to remember. Blx goals were rattled through, three to either there all -the exhilaration of a .lead wiped out and then substantially regained. West- minster had lined up as in the pre- vious game, except that Fwney was back at centre, .and this meant that McCarthy was out. On the Vancouver team, Nick Carter was an absentee, and McGregor and McDougal Tvere bank and played at Inside'and outside home. Lakmde was there at firs! Some, and Phelan at second, with Mur ray at third. There was not a big crowd, and the rain was drizzling when the rubber faced off. The wet turf resulted RUGBY minutes hetara the whistle vent, th. Wanderer, have protested. TheM h'mi, P-U-J Shfeld champions played the I tOf eleven that won recently at Winnipeg morrow HILLHURST ISl HANGING ON TO SHIELD Night to Organize to players having difficulty in keeping their feet, movements going 'wrong a consequence. Westminster boys were showing the most confidence, mnd Tom Renny and Hughie Oifford came up ia Join in a rush, which end- in Urn Turnbull jetting the ball. Unxray made a bold dash for Vancou- ver, bat cqnid not set through, and a some dins tone work went two aihead. The quarter ins not far Irira being over when picked up a slashing pais crass from Phelui and deposited pas cjari Raferee Kavaoaugh upon Cor disciplinary mewum ilfht at the of tie lecoad Wxtmln rushtd down tke net, careened to. the and Grll fithE ma Bill Turabull became fllghtly gettlnc fire minntM Meh play had LUonds hlmMU teto dispute, to RtforH Kav- which COM aim tea miivtM of UlaBMi. Godfrey u no trail, and Lalonde Tuct (o Join Ion, who was rearing at pualty of u in the prsi-iom quirtir, five for htm. Vancouver feamnfeWr nwrM to Tloleot urlw of a of Montreal, Aug. Jonss, re- presenting the Ontario Football asso- ciation, IB in Montreal. A peculiar situation has arisen out of the People's Shield, which .the Fort William club of tho 'New Ontario asso- won at Winnipeg in July last Although the Fort William club has made several applications for the trophy, it has not yet come 'their way, and is said to be still in the hands of the Calgary Hillhurst club, which won it In 1911. The New Ontario Football associa- tion, on behalf of the Fort William club, is proceeding against the Mani- toba Football association for posses- sion of the trophy, and as the presi- dent of the Manitoba Football assoj elation ia also vice-president of the Dominion Football- association, Mr. A meeting c? all Rugby enthus- lattt is called for tomorrow even- Inj it 8.30, In the reading room of the Y. M. C. A. H. A. Dumphy, who li one of the leaden of the In this city, will .present communications from Calgary teams, and It it jurt poillble that besides the other a Rugby football match will be one of the main attractions on Labor Day. The meeting Is Important and ev- eryone interetted In making the game go in Uthbrldge should be there. LETHBR1DGE CRICKET CLUB A WINNER AGAIN Tho Lcthlmdgo Cricket club was again triumphant Saturday. Tho city oilico were the victims and sulTcrcd defeat to the tune of 133 to 37. The following arc the llgnrcs of the game LETI-HJRiuOE ELEVEN W. Rings, b Dawson 2 -f. D. Aitlwns, b Dawsou k.. 11 B. Callan, b Harding H MARKETS JACK JOHNSON Now York, Aug. Broyer, promoter of prize flghts in France, is he latest acquisition to the ranks of hose who hope to get Jack Johnson nto the ring with Jeauette. Breyor arrived on the French liner La Pro vence today, prepared, he said, to offei Johnson to meet Jeanottn