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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WOULD'! FOREMOST EVENTI THE LETmtRTDGE DAILY HERALD GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES Thursday, August 20. W12 The Standings National BOTH TEAMS DREW A BLANK St. Cyprians and West- minster in "Battle for Championship rTo goals were scored by cither in tho final for the Sunday- School athletic championship played Bt the ball park last night between the St. Cyprians and Westminster soc. cer clubs. Both teams up to the last had scored tbe same numbar of points in tbe competition and it was conced- ed that the game would be a vor close one. Westminster won the tos and choie to defend the south goa In iba initial stages of play Westmin eter had the becur of the eichauge and only weak shooting on the par of their forwards prevented them scor ing. Hawkins, the Saints goalkeeper a young chap with a keen eye a great deal of ability, was doing his work in clear cut fashion, and lime after time be held his ground in Hot Fights Rage For Pennants in the Big League Nlnteen hundred and twelve, and peclally tbe month of August of this year, will go down in tie jtunals o baseball in red letters. Never bai fight for the pennants in the ma- on and high minors been BO keenly contested, and never has tho dope Been so abruptly upset on so many oc- aatone. In tie National we saw the Giants weouiug the bosrds, and making a ua-Bivay race of It at the opening of Power and confidence reigned In tbe ranks of tho Giants until the month August. Now we ATHLETICS IN THE RACE YET Made Up 15 Games in Last Half of Last Season Zfimmnnan's 2S. l-lth Homer -Chicago bunchu hits off Siilluo In tho llret (null and defoatod St. Louis In U10 oponli Kiuuo of the aoriiia bora, 5 to J Ti visitors started batting rallies in th last two luiilnga but could not ovortalt Chicago. Zlminorinau mad.0 hie 141 homo run today. Clilciigo's victor puts the locale half a game closer t Now York the pennant raco, tli oadcrs being idle'today. Rain Prevmtod Oth.r Games There wns only ono game In Iho National yesterday, nil others beluc ostpgucd on account of rain Philadelphia, The Athletics Peon., Aug. 2S. were somewhere in n admirable style. 'Westminsters tried desperately for an opening and despite the lad that they had innumerable chances ,to they could not place In tbe net The Saints' de- fence did very- creditable work and lalf Oms arrived -with, the score a Waal-. The toejlislsa of the closing perio found the' Salnta peppering away a their sppenenU' goal but with no sue It WM clear that Westminster were going to save lively time of and bat 'lor the work of the defenc the Saints -would most certainly have got; in opining. The players, how ever, on both sides spbited many ex eellent by iMglng too long on tho call. ol feeding thel Vila frequency. Hawkins In tbe Saints' goal brought oB a dazz! ins-Bare from a hot shot which, was cleared in t clevar manner which aroused plaudit! M the Bee .Madnar' suffering from ho vicinity of tour games 'behind Dc- roit last at this time, but whon October 6 rolled nrouni the white elephant lads were .eleven full games to the good over the Detroit Tigers their nearest rivals. So it American Irolt .5, Athl.tlct 3 Philadelphia, Aug. 2S.-lletroJt wo Now York I'lttsburc PhlliMlolphln CIncinniitl St. Louis Urookly-ii Boston W, SI i i. Pet .601 .437 .365 .201) GOODTURNOUT; OF RUGBY MARKETS lETHBHIDGE, MARKETS Thoro ni'S no pi-lco vnrlalloiiH to American Boston W. L. Pot 6-1 01 37 Vnuhlngtou.......... 75 43 hlludulphlu........ 73' 47 'hlcago Detroit lovelnud ow York t. Louis GO .67 40 .COB .510 .GOO .BOO .367 .328 F1 M No. 1 Northern list rraptice of the 2 Northern 'No. 3 Noi-thern No. G No. 1 .Alberta Heel Club Game With Taber Tim Initial practice of the 1 bridge Hugby club -at the c .1 0.73 0.44 O.'iG O.T4 No. 2 Alberta lied........... 3 jUberiullod (172 No. C Alborlaltod Dran per (on Shorts, per ton i... Oats, per ton, Baclosd Roiled OntB................. tbe flual day 5 to 3. of the scries here "to- The visitors won In tli n i flftb inulug. after Uyo mou wore ou on a single by Jones, a. wild pilch by a ttiui buiiermj 'irunl uw iL tctaius .i nervous prostration, as the result of I msil 'to Managor the Cubi1 hirassin upward climo. Maoli's boi's are out of tho race. out of tho race. Til9 AthJeKc, .this ye3r un. the worst Walsb. pass to Bush and lo left, which fuuiblad by St. Louis 3, Washington 2. Washington, Aus. Louis "ill three out of four on tli the Cuba' harassing upward climo. Cincinnati the Giants a run ati the start, but no one ever took the doubtsdlj- ieaa Cubs seriously: It was generally con- of luul mls ceded that Chance's great machine tcndere- but Instead of making a bi-l vM and hls support was had worn out NOB- tie Cubs are Playing the best ball In. league, and bid fair to oust the Giants from the pedestal. hetr rivalj were idle, the me Hursu Washington today3 to 2 the iMdms pennant con- Johnson allowed only four hits "-e was wild and his supp Tho defeat ends his 10 bent (he-record of Mnrn.im.-d of th Nationals, of 19 atraigh Powell was effective In th iic howl, like most of tho teams do, Man- ,a] aser Mack aad his game.youngsters I have kept plugging away, doing the Toronto International w. fioohostcr Baltimore Newark Jersey City Buffalo Montreal..... Providence 77 75 Co GS ...69 Pet .592 .52'i .600 .466 .445 .413 night was a winner. Sonic Jifl.ee to twenty stalwarts of all ages, SOHIO in gridiron pirli, tlic iiinjonty New Potatoes, nor Hi not, went through tho various inan- Heels, far It.' ocuvrcs peculiar to tbe ganre anil Ilio Carrots, per 'lb. way they sailed into tlic melee show-- Der lb. cd that the players enjoyed ,t Tlio per lb- majority of. at will, 23.00 26.00 27.00 j best ttey could, and, while the team, Js IB anj.thlng but good r rvaj were e, e Chlcaeo n anything but good earn won, and gained another 'step PnS'S'caI trim, they feel confident if nearer th oal Duma Fort nearer the goal. In the American league the surprise f the year is in the showing of tha toston Red Sox, and tha inability of the Philadelphia Athletics to strike a ennnnt winning- stride. cone Duma Fortune only gives them can show the Boston Hed Si Barry Hi, Shoulder Jack Barry, the Athletics' Broke Even York and 38-ixew rort an, KauOuag on them Cleveland broke even on their double- here today. Cleveland won tie .n ___ __ c Veon Warhop returned the New spectators.. Both teams wwe now go- ing nt It In spirited fashion but dark- ness iad already set In and it was almost impossible fo see the tal Everybody bad a shot, but soosbo both goala Mcapsd defeat. Time was called with no being arrived The teams lined u HE follows: St Cypriana: Hawkins; Holberton Doyle; Dunek, Palmer and Jay cock; Dalz.ll. Hannard, Wilson Smith smj Turner. Westminster; Horny; Simm and WortiiDi-toB, Clayton and Cow- an, Mcllvena, MeWhinnie, ftetf Sim Eai-on tnd Macfnrlaue. Gurr. Ttama to R.pljy In conntction with the replay c the game it might be an excellent Ide If arrangements could be made where by .both teams could come togethe say on Monday (Lanor Day) at th park at a convenient hour. Tie V1 Boston is shortstop, who was out of the gamely uw new by a comioriable margin, and twice during important parts of tho victory In the second by a score playing stellar 'ball. The AUUotici "aaon, ls even now laboring wlih a 4 2' 0lBOD hurt Ms hand tio are comparison, and un- badly sprained shoulder. flrst game auli Baker who replaced iue AUUIWUCBi js even UOTV lat are outclassed.in comparison, and un- badly sprained shoulder less.Boston takes a slump, the former Barry's second injury" which world's champions h.v. only a fight- some Weelt3 t Ing chance. However, B9e the him out Of played in tbe field, th. sec- Jlnneapolia 'oledo Causes City illlwauliee Louisville St. Paul Indianapolis Association w. S2 SC SO (IS G6 51 OS -JS L. Pet iS .057 .584 .493 .4S5 .367 .4G1 .335 were conversant with the English! is not so very KteiiUy dlncrrat from 'aTAl. MID Canadian method, and the players Steers, per pound' gam' per wise to' the old 'co.'ui'try Jessed, sLi-imraagc in the English style is npt Shoep: at all tho same and is not so rough cwt. as the Canadian'or American scrim- nor ewt, mago. Instead ol snapping the ball Poultry: from centre, bucking the line or buck- .....x "IE Uio scriimnaso as in the ipring chickens, per lb tho scrimmage as in the can nnil' Canadian rules, the Spoknno Seattle Vancouver Portland Victoria Tacoma. Northwestern W. L. Pet 73 68 72 72 6-1 Gl 55 .541 .633 .458 .463 .414 sides, in English'rugby, lock horns and form a ring, as it were, and ouc of the bncks throws the ball into lliu circle, and it has to he licclet! out lo the defence men. This was ono v. the manoeuvres principally indulged GrBen, Per lb. in last night, nnd in the short timr that the light allowed lor prnctico'it was remarkable how prollcicnt tho Hoas: Dressed, per lb. Live, per lb. Hldoi: 0.02 0.01 0.314' 0.20 0.30 0.30 .05 .10 ,12 E.OO ll.W O.H 0.21 0.18 0.16 0.19 0.11 0.03 0.03 to O.OJli 0.09 to 0.10 to 0.15. fade, but the Senator! are but a point in tho today. run from siith jlace to e top of the Inl v, t, a month, haa been one Ollarie of 1913 in baseball. The hops, of the Toronto fans were dor- WAV San bom j HAVE TO CANCEL HITOHIE-HOGAN BOUT Francisco, Aug. 29.-A .tub- in Willie Hltehic', ,8ft nant a llrtfc over a, month ago. i ueir ilfh-prlcod team seemed only good or a .econd division berth, but along they come with a rush right to the top, _, than they tumbled to and third Place, but again they struck a win- ning stride, and couple of days pushed Rochester out of and the way the Leaf, are paelng'it now they stand good to capture the gonfalons. In' ihs American Association an the Northwestern, two other hot fight are raglag, eipeclally in tho North western. The first three teams ar lunched together in such a hat it Is about equal betting on any ns of the three for the pennant jus ow. Minneapolis hasn't quite the ead over Columbus that Boston ha over Washington in tbe AnMrlcan, fans throughout the country ho'w the loss of Captain felt since hia injury June 2. doeB not-only Murphy's hilling, fcut also nis the rest oi Wetl03 the hitters lons over the He hug mads a BULLETINS er llfiunent twisted. Bout for S. It ELECTION WON TOE HANDICAP AT 10 TO _ York, Aug. Bbor Handicap, ons aad won h.ro today by Coloael Story's .JSIeetlon, a four-year-old by Voter 10 to 1. Cllffi CALLIES VETERANS "What promises to be the best (rjen y game of football this seajon wl be played on Friday at 6.15 pjn. W admission 'irlll te oharged, and it i o bB.hoped that a larf. nuffiber o ootball enthusiasts win be preson chesr tbe on to victory Tfl9 folloiriug players are requested to don tie tag, for the veterans Bob Tenant; J. Snlti Mj Bill Soott, Bob Chiswlclc and Izatt; J. Bruce, Toby Cameron, Lachlan, S. Dill and F. Oliver oa-retul study of how the opposlns Players of the various, teams hit, and ta can tell almoat the exact spot Mclnnli Hai Bten Spiked John Jfclnuis, the gamest kid In baseball world, has been spiked so that a I times even Manager Afaek wanted him to take a rest Ruhe Oldrlng, the Macks' regular centreflelder, has struck a bad -bartta- straight game, displacing Walter John- son as a seeker after wMarquard's 1 Ing laurels. Iiiteraational Niwark Won In Tenth Montreal, Aug. made it) TO straight from Montreal in a hitting game today. Uoth Buiuiumi and Smith hard, but the for- mer got perfect support while the locals made four tnlsplays. Pitcher Me- Tigue figured as a pinch I the ninth when Montreal score and he made a triple. Itora returned to the attack In the tenth and notched the winning run The second game was started but rain nterfered. Toronto Again Split Toronto, Aug-. uav mother double-header with Baltin Canadian Game Played London, One.. Aug. games n the Canadian League scheduled to- ay, with tho Biception of erboro, were postponed on 'account Peterbord beat Ottawa 7 to 2. Northwestern Tacoma 11, Seattle 3. Spokane C, Vietoria 2. Vancouver 1, Portland 0. Association Milwaukee 10, Toledo 0. Louisville 3, Minneapolis 1 Louisville 3, Minneapolis 1 St. Paul 12, Indianapolis 6 Kansas City 4, Columbus 3 Kansas City 3, Columbus 2' Aird; Jamie CALLUS, Ail CaJedonian football ara be on hand at the Ban players became in this important Ica- turo of the game. English rugby is considerably n.ore open than the Canadian or Airarican game and' is generally conceded as good, if not a better game for the spectator. Tho scrimmage, when it. occurs very often, becomes monoton- October ous. This is happily lacking in the English stylo. They, still use tho old each THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES stylo throw-in Irom the side that was abolished in Canadian rugby some 1 October years ago. The players line up side I December by side as in marching order and the bail is thrown in over thi! heads and between tho two lines. The Canadian rules call fora scrimmage when the ball goes out of -hounds, instead of lining up in the, foregoing manner. I j fi-c old style was abolished becaus J NO' I of tho'scrapping anil foul wock that No C t was "productive of and the throw- r couldn't be depemiod upon to deal mpartially. After the practice Herbert Miller, man irtio seems to lie well up in ue game, was chosen as coach and aptiin of tlic team- Quite a. number of enthusiasts atplied'ilie prsctico night and many nave signified their intentions t" getting in tlie game. They will be as welcome as tlie flowers in May I and the more tlie merrier. Tabor Can't Come Secretary Gilmorc received word Winnipeg, .Iran., Aug. 29.__Tho Brain markets opened and closed to- day as follows: Wheat- 6IJon 90% 05% Close 9314 35% placs In left while Amos Ll s doing Rube's lob in centre. Is play.! wu. T ng a star game it fa rore. s T ,ciji Hviuent. LUOK i tucji care foi Manager Mack .would feel much bet-'Druclre s Plaoe tha eighth and had out immediate Bales and pro ,ier it Oldnnir could Jomp hack and itWnffs WB own VSV- The second game e are 'ooking out for your con was a flve inTiinf patronage. ----I, juui impJJHlBSS ters for three >5 assured. Than you don't have to bad er- tajte chances on the stuff they sell you "'here they ft" junjj, DtlCK the game he jg capable of Brla Lord, toOj pyig a gamo he can, but it is believed the I iuc amuna gfime I which waa a five inning affair, eo that the I Oriole3 could catch a. train was by the Dirda with a four-to-noth- 25c at o-no- SCOre on the abnity to h" Kent in present aetlsg captain will again ba' Lu o-eut in i back IB his old-time stride in a few1 Ti and "ie of their days. a w pitchers In tight places. Besides all these mishaps'and on has also on