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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTT: DAILY HERALD Monday. August 28, inn. r TIGERS BEAT ATHLETICS SUNDAY SPORTS GIANTS STILL LEADING NATIONAL 'I1 'I1 FOOTBALL MEETING A meeting of LethbridKC football executive will bo hold this evening in tlio Dallas lintel S.oO. All delegates are es- pecially requested to be on hand as business of import- ance be transacted. Y. M. C. A. Gymnasium Leaders Elect Their Officers CORINTHIANS GIVEN HARD BATTLE Calgary Eleven 'Held, the English Cracks Down to 4-3 Score Calgary, August four thousand spectators who tnrned out in the rain the Calgary team gave -the Knplish Corinthian eleven the nm oi their Canadian tour here Saturday. ,Thc score ended -i-3. As exponents of scientific football the visitors must, be handed the bo- qiiot. Tlie Calgary team are rated in Canada as a scientific eleven oi the first water, but they were not to be compared to the Knglislmipn. But what the Calgary team lacked in sci- encc they made up in rugged deter- mination oi play. As the score indi- cates, the Englishmen did not have' everything their own way. They had state of efficiency, every inch of their advantage to con- test in the toughest kind of a way. The crowd enjoyed the match thor- oughly from beginning to end. The ground was in punk condition. 'Tt rained heavily here the past week and at the time of the match it con- tinned to drench the ground. By defeating the local aggregation (leveloped jnto a rout in the last two of footballers, the Corinthians have I periods Tiie imif time A BIG CROWD SAW TIGERS WIN Detroit. .Mich., Aug. second largest local crowd in his and in one of the great 'oatties of the .veur. Detroit today defeated Phila- delphia, i to 3 In llie opening contest of three gnines. Summers had till? edge of the Ditching, but he also re- ceived better support. Two hits, a pass to Cobb and Dele- lianty's fly gave Detroit two In the- first; in the third Hush At the Y, M. C. A. on SaUmlay Hml advanced to third ing the Leaders' corps a single, and scored during a dou- cnthusiasilc meeting, the flm of piay, which retired Cobb and Craw- season. The following office holders for the coming season were elected: j Barry's double, wifh two out. gave the Athletics two in the fourth, and they tied the score in tlie next inning on Lord's double and Delchanty's er- ror. Detroit won the in the sixth when Delehanty singled, advanc- ed on an infield oht and a wild pitch, and came home on an infield out. A foul tiii from Murphy's bat in the sixth broke one of Schmidt's fingers and Siannage replaced him. 201 001 !0 1 lelphia .000 210 7 3 and St'lnaidt; Bender and Thomas. i E. S. Jackson, president; R B. ROBS. vice president; G. H. Van Allen, sec- retary-treasurer. Futuro meetings of the corps will be held on Wednesday nd Saturday evenings of each week. G. II. Van Allen has ceased work as a member of the office staff, and to- day assumed his new duties, as prin- cipal of West minster School. A. T. ttradshifcw. of the Stratford Y. M. C. A........ is expected in a few days to join the siaff that will he kept at its usual NATIONALS PUT CORNWALL TO ROUTE IN FINAL HALF Man Who Badly Trounced Billy Papke DEATH TOLL added another success to their al- ready long line, of victories. It. was of the best games play- ed on local grounds, and drew from the crowd the most enthusiasm of any game played here. That not on- Iv football fans, hut enthusiasts almost every line of sport were pres- ent to sec the famous (cam, was evi- denced by the cries oi "knock out two and such like, which oc- casionally came from the side lines. Nor were anv of them disappointed Tvhcn they expected a treat oi fast, close playing, for there was some- thing doing every moment of play. 'An absolute stranger to football could not have helped becoming en- thused over the play at times. Of the Corinthians there is little comment to he maile. Their work from goal to forward linn was of the mosi polished kind. There Y.-.TS not a weak spot to he picked on the team, nor was there any part which out- shone the other in class of play. They- used their heads as well as their lest, literally as well as metaphorically, and their passing was mechanical in its accuracy. They did not seem to need to look in making- a pass, for ihe man was always there where he Montreal, Aug. Cornwalls went down (o defeat before the Na- today. What promised to be game" up lo the end of the first ELGIN AUTO MEET HAS IN- CLUDED DAVE BUCK Elgin, August 325 n-ile road race won ENGLISH TENNIS PLAYERS TO THE London, Aug. C. P. Dixon, A. H. Lowe and A. 13. English team, of lawn tennis players ;vho are to meet American teams in preliminary matches for the Dwight R. Dairy cup, were passengers on the White Star Line steamer Arirace, which sailed from Queenstown, for -New York. Challenge round with Aus- tralian holders of cup will be played it Christ Church, New Zealand, com- mencing December 23.' was needed when the ball hit the ground. B. C. AMATEUR LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIP DECIDED Vancouver, ;B. CO, Aue. couver Athletic -Club senior, amateur lacrosse team on Saturday won the championship of. British Columbia for the second year, defeating Vic- toria five goals They intend challenging for the p: D. Mann enp, emblematic of the amateur champion- ship of the Dominion now held 'by the young Torontof. one to nothing for the Frenchmen. When the whistle whistled its final toot the figures stood at eight to no- thing. The speed was the great as- set of the Frenchmen. They simply played the visitors off their feei i ihe first half, and romped away the game in the second. with ED. WALSH Pitches No Hit, No Run Game Against Boston Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL New- York 101 101 4 jl'lttsbiirg 000 000 9 7 Mutliewson nnd M.vern; Cnnmitz Ulfleld and Glbeon. Chicago, 111., Aug. Walsh L 91n rtn tchod the first no-hit, no-run Kame l ummeipnia 2lp 000 of bis career today against Boston, ......100 000 the second game of this kind this! Stuck and Spencer; Frame. I' season In the American league, the 'Mimes and McLean and Clarke, ocnls winning.Iho first game of tho! series 5-to'O.- 000 100 000-1 Only one of the visitors reached Ht. Louis 100 100 irst base. Englo having received Brown and Klilis; Harmon >aee on balls. The locals fielded sen- Bliss. iationally. Walsh struck out eight of he opposing batters. second Wood, of Boston, was the only other.Boston 000400 nan who has pitched a no-run, no-hit St. Louis 200 010 game this season. GIANTS HOLD THEIR LEAD OVER THE CUBS and; I 1' 8 feathig Pittsburg in the last game of Cleveland 100 100 13 S the series, while Chicago was dividing Philadelphia 010 10 2-; a double-header .with Brooklyn. Cam-! Krapp nnd Mitchell and niU and Mathewson, the defeated .Coombs, Plank and Lapp, pitchers in Thursday's double-header, were sent back to face each other.' Second Though .Mathewson was hit hard, he Cleveland 200 010 10 3i was effective in every inning but the Philadelphia 100 004 12 3' eighth, when Pittsburg scored two I Faikenberg, Kaler and Smith; Mor-' The trimming that Billy Papke re- live up to what was expected of him. !runs. Ran and Thomas. Iceived at ihe hands of Sailor Burke 'Two of the newly appointed State Box- j Brooklyn and Chicago divided Mathewson Shows in Every Inning Except One- Pirates Fall to Show New York 'ucneased its lead by dc- Yonng and Rurltian; Golden. Laud-' ermilk and Bilge. Brooklyn 000 200 U Sclmrdt and Erwinj Cole and Arch-' er and Graham. No games scheduled in the National'- league for Sunday. AMERICAN week at Xew Yorfc has I thrown dark looking queer into Pap- ike's claim to the middle weight title, j The class that the .Michigan thunder- bolt displayed was very much third SCOTCH FOOTBALL GAMES Glasgow, football sea- son of-1911-1912'has started in Scot- and. The Scottish league opened the ieason Saturday with the full nine rames. Following are the results: -leart of Midlothian 3. Queens Park 0; Glasgow Rangers 2, Clyde 0; Kil- marnock 4, Paisley St. JHrren 2; Fal- tirk 1, Hamilton Academy 0; Green- ock Morton 1, Celtic 1; Hibernians 2, limit of 15S pounds. No weights were announced but each looked to be about 165. Among those close to the ring side stretch, when his right forward wheel j stage of the fight and while be did was the Marquis of Qneensburk, who f be fc-eLib-; was writing a descriptive story of the Lcn Kengle in a National, with Marry Grant, second, and Hugh Ihighes third, not accomplished without its toil of deaih and injured. Dave Buck, the veteran Chicago at'-, unohiic nicer, was within eleven'r-te- In lhe tpn Bounds of milling laps of the finish, and going-at the certainly Irate of 01 miles an hour on Ihe back j Burke to his roan at every thre'-v a tire. The machine turned a 'not show any scientific complete sonuTsauii, and Samuel orcd the Illinois -x-ica a. -s-iji i fight for a New Work paper. Jacuhs, ihe mechanic, was killed in-j -vhlch earned ior the Brociljuice a? When the crowd recognized the i stantly, his neck being broken. Buck so badly injured JJmt he died later in a hospital. Another accident in which 30 pet-jseemed Cltfcer sons were injured, most of them slightly, occurred shortly after cte- S ven o'clock, while the first lap of race was on. Severn) .sections of the; insecurelv built circular scats gave and a thousand or more person were precipitated to the ground. ins? commissioners were near the ring double-header, both games being close- side, closely following ihe movements ,iy contested. Brooklyn. took the first of the fighters. [Same by batting Smith hard In two in- Papke was i.he first to enter the ring a dropped ball by and was followed a minute by Burke I'Archer at the plate was directly re- Eoth men were over the middle-weight for the winning tallies. Schardt and Cole had a pitchers' duel in the second. Zimmerman of Chi-' cago scored the winning run In Hnd Carrigan. i'blcago 200 000 5 J New York 001 Oil 10 1'j White, Baker and Block and Payne; Ford, and Sweeney. Kt. Loutg 200 030 5 V Mton 002 010 10 Ij.r Powell, George and Wallace; 1 ninth on a pase, a flacriflce and hits. In American The Athletics took two games from i hearty round of cheers SE ler; urfjntshed there were 1 ring v-'itb scarcely s. or. of "speech, but the Mar- Both men fongfat rcorlv, ana Papker-quis stood up and simply bowed his or TOMMY LEACH FILLS AWFUL GAP MADE VACANT SY HANS WAGNER Tommy Leach is taking the place of Hans Wagner at shortstop for the Dundee 1; Heartick Thistle 2, ?'nd doh's weii for a, well l; Third Lanark 2, Aberdeen 1; j fellow >who some time ago was report-! 1, Raith Rovers 0. led all in. The wee one has had vast; playing the infield where! ;be was once recognized as the best! in The business while performing an crick-'the 'third sack. -Tommy has never ENGLISH CRICKET London, Aug. 3S. Additional et results of games ended 'last Sat- before played shortstop regularly with unlay are as follows: .Surrey beat Pirates, tmt with the ability-lie sex by eight wickets; Worcestershire beat Somersetshire, by 3S5 r.uns; Lan-j cashire and Leicestershire drew. till has wilhin him and with that good old noodle of his ought to help close up that awful gnp which was 1 punched in the line-up when the Ter-1 rible Dutchman got injured. As one j Pittsburg paper put it, Pittsburg is as j strong wiuiGiit as any team j WlMn you roqvro pi toaic for building ttreofth dirne COBTI yoor win to M C1LB1EYS N VA LID PORT f Wine .Spirit Co, MTHifilPGI CBEMATED IN FRANCE CHARLIE EXPLOITS A FEW TRUTHS IN RESPECTS TO REFORMERS AND POLITICIANS' PAYING HIS Mr.- Red is "Hsitihg ais SOD. Maurice, now living in Montreal, and though S4 -ears brage, has the American an much at heart as he. ever had. 'I don't blame anyone for going abroad Detroit 243 000 16 2- Washington 200 000 61! JJ Lively and Schmidt; Groom, Beck-; Cleveland Saturday while'the Tigers ,ftr- Walker and Street and Ain.mith, lifted AVashington's scalp. Sunday the two rivals came together, the result being a win for the Tigers. The Ath- letics still have a nice margin of points over the Tigers. NO GAMES IN WESTERN CANADA There wers no gamey in the Western Canada League Sat- urday. 'Rain interfered with both scheduled games. Standing of Clubs Today (Sund.y) 1'etrol t 201 001 4 10 2! Philadelphia 000 210 T 3 i Summers and Schmidt; Bender and .Thomai. St. Louis 100 000 I New York 210 000 t 2 Q' Nelson and Krichell; Wurbop lad Chicago 3M MO 11 oY Walsh and Block; Our-. rlgan. .f'nveland DM 000 I Washington 000 MO 4 0 Gregg and Smith; Caihiou, Oray and Ainsmith. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION WESTERN CANADA CHOICE SELECTIONS FROM THE DIAMOND In the.National 'League without Wag-j, Biiiy'Kelly, went along to of the Rajah liimsolf and Jlan- with vAIarty O'Toole, may get a ager Bresnalian's colleagues. "Sa Moose Jaw Calgary Edmonton VinnitJeg Saskatoon Brandon 79 69 49 51 35 26 26 33 4" P7 7-1 Columbus iMInneapolie I Fonnnrt gamt -T OolumbUi Minneapolis vi Toledo Milwaukee NATIONAL New York 70 (4 Chicago........ 66 VI Pittsburg....... 6S 17. Philadelphia..... 62 47 St. Louis....... 61 52 Cincinnati....... 50 56 Brooklyn....... 44 SY Boston 34 86 i oiiisvlile Kansas City Iidianapolin 110 000 7 .000 003 14 000 100 0 200 400 11 010 000 6 403 000 12 100 220 10 000.210 12 000 000 9 St. Paul 000 Oil 7 (Sund.y) Toledo........ 112 100 10 AMERICAN 76 2 Milwaukee (jjlumbus .Minneapolis 001 001 10 000 201 8 000.100 8 FALLS .chirnce la .perform in the big league said Miller Muggins to him, "look here I Philadelphia Ibc'fore his more famous partner. With jReb; v.-hai Iho blank did you Simon out of tl nnd Hack Gib- want to do that tor? Why. Ty Cobb JEon performing with a barked shin, (couldn't have done that......rliats just "_ 59 TRACK WILL HOLD SEVEN DAY MEETING BEGINNING SEP- TEMBER 1. Clarke may have to .call on ihe young- .the reason 1 did it." returned the I any day. George Slorall must feel confident of holding his job as manager of Cleve- Niagara Palls, Aug. was of- ficially announced today that the land next year. He lias made state- Hoard -of Managers the Niagara to the effect that the Naps will Falls, Out., Driving Park Association bo a stro'ng factor for the 1912 pennant j placid and profound Senor Oakes. Sul-1 Washington' phur resulted and as the typewriter 1st. Louis has no asbestos keys the scribe must he excused from not translating said 59 49 36 41 47 57 59 61 60 70 SI 003 000 000 010 remarks. will open its half mile track; hero Septwnber 1 with a seven day meet of running races. Track and build- ings are receiving their final touches for the big racing event. The pres- Board of .Management Is compos. ed of weH known Nin Italisis nnd bn viagara Falls cap- men, Wio have en- NORTHWESTERN Toronto, Aug. results .......___...... That wise Fred Clarke is not going Saturday were: Toronto, 8; Sham- and in talking about the pitching staff tj rush Marty O'Toole .to the irtound j rocks, 1: Nationals, S, Cornwall 0; onlsvllle City .0] i .508' Second loulsvllla 200 100 10 412 Kan'ms CIty 7 3 riinnannlls 000 002 11 St. 000 001 S EASTERN LACROS8E RESULTS 7 11 2 9 looks for groat improvements on the Kaler, Krapp and Gregg. One of the scribes who is purveying the red hot news for the .Bostonians anent the tour of their team- sprang good yarn in which Ihe party aged Mr. W. Al, Murray as manager.! a Tho offichils of the ineut "rfll Ihe first part 1-3 Riahel Oakes. Tlin nounced in a day or two and every- thing will be conducted along the lines of fair and true horse sport. The neet will draw large numbers interest- ed In horse racing from far and near, (lie ti'iick liehiR centrally and conven- iocEiietl in -a large area of pop- nlstlion between Buffalo, Koctuisier Hamilton and .Toronto. latter, it seems, has a germ in his brain Unit he is hotter than Ty Cobb In all tho rudimentary tilings connect- ed with the great lutfonal diversion. One day in Hosloti Oakos attempted an Impossible feat when on the banes, and as a result was chucked out 10 feet KOinK to third. The rebel return- ed to tho bench to get the combined BO quick. With every game counting Montreal 11, Capitals 3. in his fight for the pennant you can bet that Clarke will have O'Toole just right before he tries to win his first Spokane 11 17 Tacoma................... 4 S KAUFMAN GOES EAST game in the National league. The fans await with breathiesi interest for OToole's first performance. If he j loses, what cry of lemon will he to pacfc his trunk today, nnd the big fellow will be on life way to New York j tomorrow. Billy Delsney sent the tel- Kebel Keene, who was purchased byjegram, and isjiot explicit the IMrntes from the Springfield Ohio, I an to! why he" wanted Ka.ufmwn to rush State league team, is making a hit lj Ne-r York.post Aictoria [Portland San Francisco, Aug. response to a very urgent telegram Al Kaufman San Francisco heavyweight start- CRICKET with Manager Clarke. Keenc lins n lot of good old pepper in him and keeps things on the hum whenever lit; la al- lowed to coach. lie Is 20 years of age and a native of Atlnuta, (ieorgta. rounds. in- clined to -the belief tp take on a pending match with Al Pai- the Now York "white hope" who recently beat .Urn Kennedy in nine TEAM BEAT AMERICANS Toronto, Aug. 27. -The crickelera on SHUirdw Canadian afternoon ade with two wlckeU to The Amerloins foliowins on made 177 for eight wick- ets. >vhen time whs called. The full score Canadian, 346; American SOU. ;