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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBKTOGE DAILY HEIIALI) Friday, August 29,1913 ERS CAPTURE IN 0 1 J Defeated Sons of England Last Night in Deciding Game-Score 1 to 0 SONS LOST THE GAME BY SLIP OF A PLAYER Farabee Let Ball Skid off Boot and Score Resulted Against His Own Team p. W. D. L. Pts. BankeM _____ ... 6 5 0 1 10 Callles........ C 3 1 2 7 S. 0. B....... 6 2 2 2 6 Overaeaa ...... 8 0 1 � 1 FORT WILLIAM READY FOR SOCCER TOURNEY Montreal, Avg. aS.-Mr. Fred A. Barker, president of the TKnoinioa Football asaooiatlon, has reoelved word that the Port WSilianv Board of Trade donated ?1600 towarde the expenses of teams ropretfentts-g Saskatchewan, -Manitoba, New Ontario Ontario and Quebec In the forthcoming Contiaugiht cup coniro tltloii at Fort William, commencing SeptembtT 1. This sum, with other aubsortptions, is expected to cov-er the outlay of the first soccer toumament of ita liinIcGuoIdan, the latter especially right on top ol their form. Henderscm, *oo, on the right made many cle'S'er clearances and oonslderably relieved (the work-of Parsons in goal. SOME NEAR SCORIN& The Bankers' halves were feeding fthelr forwards well and Sheddon tried hard to force an opening, and several times was within an ace of scoring. The final whistle blew with the Bankers pressing and Thomson going straight for goal. ' Gurr, Draper and Wallace were prominent for the Sons, while Parsons, Henderson, McGuckian and Mc-Brlde for the bankers. ' The teams lined up as follows : , BANKERS - Parsons, Henderson, McGuckian, McBride, Thomson, Hax-J'ton, Calian, Laverick, Sheddon, Gib-'>�on, McGuflin. .^^S. O. E.-Lush, Wallace, Pearson, [Gurr. Ley, Farrabee, Huggitt, Clay-,iton, Draper, Trueihan, Marchant. FALL RACE lET 10 COME OFF iOO FNEXT Sept. 16 and 17 Days Set at Meeting Last Night of Turf Club Tuesday and Wednesday, September 16th' and 17th ate 'the days chosen by the Lethbridge Turf Club ior the fall raci; meet which is to ta.ke' the place of an agricultural fair for this year. That was decided by the members oi the Tuif club at a meeting held last night in the Alexandra hotel. The executive committee of the organization reported that they had met with hearty response from the business men who are supporting the enterprise, and will be backed to the tune of Sl.OtfO against any possibility of deficit. The business men are out to make thos? two days an eyeat in Southern Alberta, and if the whole populace from Calgary south gatiiera here for the meet, thay will find a race meet which will. make them come again. AH the details have not been worked out, but it is likely that there will h9 a card of ten races, five for each afternoon. There will bo four harness races, four for runners and two Indian races. Some one who knows the natives will pay a visit to the reserve some of th^se days, and it can be counted on that all the best in equine flesh among the Bloods will be here to try for a piece of the purse money. Special attention is being paid to the runners, as it is believed more runners can be gathered together at this time of the year than harness horses. The harness purses will be $400 each, while the purses for the runners will be large in proportion. WLtes are out tor a good bunch of fast ones now, and the sporting fraternity will soon be able to get a line on the starters. A number of features will be arranged for, but the leading attraction outside the racing will be the broncho busting and roping. Some local men who know the game are going out after th� best ropes and riders in the south country, ^nd will offer inducements that should bring them here. Letbbridge hasn't seen any ot the Wild West stufl for a good many years, and it should be the biggest drawing carci of the lot. Closing Datee of Various Baseball Leagues When through old age the bodily ' fuactious become eliigg Na-Dru-i^Co Laxatives give gentle,' timely and effective, "'aid, wl^thout ,.diKdmfort or'diatrJes. ,3jp8, a box at your J)ruggiiit:s, : -I" C�k�ICuMla;|UM>*'-''' ' American Association, Sept. 29 American League, Oct. 5 Appalachian League, Sept. 3 Canadian League, Sept. 1 Central Association, Sept. 1 Central League, Sept. 7 Elastern Association; Sept. 7 Empire Statfl I^eague^ Aug. 12 Federal League, Sept.'l4 Georgia-Alabama 1/eague, Aug. 9. Intsrnatlonal League, Sept. 21 Kansas State League.Aug. 13 Kitty League, Sept. 1 Michigani State League, Sept. 14 National League, Oct. 5 Nebraska State League, Sept. 8 New Brunawlok-Maine League, Sept "6. . New England League, Sept. 13 New York State League, Sept. 14 t ' * 4> EVEN MONEY HOR�E ? WON OMlKtRAOK �TAKE6  � 1_- london, Aug. M.-At York * ^ tpdAy tlh� hist�*rk! GImcraok ? �t�kc8 � 1,000 pousde, for two � ? ytmf dld� six ,|* 'fj|ui^'' anf Jf||iirii/ If that proper languajis'fpr aii' 'umftre to' use toward a ball player? Mitohsll, who'was pitching for the Browns, walked to/tha plats to bat In a ganie wfiloh Q^L.�uflhlin umpired. "You misnd.tv*^ strikes: ()n lyialael," said the pitcher. ?';You[ oiiflht to keep your eyes open.",. 5^ "Then," said QMrge^' maija- BOr^rthe te^m,. whb.*ajrf|iSa W�s also' (A the plate, �'thsjum'plri^ took off his mask, and ansvva^: ay, at the Brlghouoe arena, situatedf Ijoutside of Vancouver. "After the showing made by Campbell against Moy at the, ^Arena last Saturday, I cannot see wh^re there Is any possibility of a real contest between the San Franciscan; and" Campbell, and of the public getting a fair return for their money. The bout Is therefore called off," was "the declaration of the ax-Mounted Policeman, Who was a boxer of some clasa In his day. His action Is considered gpod at Vancouver, NOTED CRICKET TEAM OF LONDON COMING ENGLISH "I WON'T WORK" WHO TRAVEL INCOGNITO New York, Aug. IfS.-An Interesting addition to the interaational contests of tJha year, should develop in the coming Canadian-Amerlcani tour of the famous Incognltl cricket club of London. This organization of amateur cricketers holds a unique position in cricket circles in England. Composed exclusively orf gentlemen players, the club was fortued in 1861, with a membership fixed at one hundred, raised to 150 In 1869 increaised to 175 in 1871, and now limited to SOO members. There is a large waiting list of appUeants for membership, for the Inc'ogniti ia a social as well as a cricket club. The members do not play for gate-money, and are paying thelx own expenses during the tour of the United States and Canada. The thirteen players who compose the team are all cricketers of proved ability, being members of either the �leading school, university or county elevens. Cambridge and Oxford universities are both weSl represented, as are Eton, Harrow and Rufby Schools. Among those who will stand before the wicket are Colonel C. N. Grefen-way, R. P: Dobson, B. J. Metcalfe, Capt. W. G. M. Sarel C. L. tudor, G. V. CarapbGlI, G. R. Hatfield, Hon. N. G. H. Mulholland, Michael ^Icon, B. C. Von B. Yelle, G. R. R. Colman, D. M. P. Whitcombe and Philip eolllnB.. The nchedule as arranged at present calls for five matches, four to be played in the eastern! states and' one in Canada. The dates are as follows: September 5-6-8, Gentlemen Of Philadelphia at Havertord, Par; Septetn-ber 9-10," New York Veterans; at Livingston, N.Y.; September 12-13-15, Gentlemen of Philadelphia, at Manhelm, Pa.; September 17-18, Toronto Zlngarl, at Toronto, Ont.; September 20-22-23, Gentlemen of Philadelphia, at St.'Mar. tin's Pa. ' National New York ... ............ 82 37 .680 Philadelphia............ 68 45 .802 Chicago ... ... ...... ... ... 65 55 :543 Pittsburg ... ... 6Sk 54 .588 Brooklyn ... ......... .... 52 64 .448 Boston ;.. ... ... ...... ... 50 66 ;431 Cincinnati ... ... ....... 49 75 .395 St. Louis ............... 44 77 .364 American Philadelphia ............. 81 39 .675 Cleveland ............... 72 49 .595 Washington ............. 67 52 .563 Chicago.................. 65 59 .524 Boston .................. 59 50 .500 Detroit ............... ... 52 71 .423 St. Louis............... 48 78 .381 Now York.............., 40 77 .342 International Newark .................. 82 45 .646 Rophester ............... 74 56 .589 Baltimore............... 6G 61 .520 Buffalo ...... ............ 65 62 .512 Moiitreal ................ 61 63 .492 Toronto .................. 60 68 .489 Providence......... ...... 55 73 ,430 Jersey City ... ,..... ....48 81 .362 New York-New Jersey League, Sept. 7. . Texas League, Sept. 7 Texas OklaJioma Loagnie, Aug. 1 Tihree-I League, Sept. 7. TrljState League, Sept. 3 Union Association, Sept.l? Virginia State League, Sept. 13 Western Canada League, Aug. 30 .W.esteni League, Oct. i. Western Trl-State League,' Sept, 7 Wisconsin-Illinois League, Sept. 7 North Carolina league, Sept. if. Northern League, Sept. 1  Northwestern League, Sept. 28 oaiio State League, Sept. 21, Pacific Coast League, Oct. 26. South. AtlanUo, I^eague, Sept. 1. SoutheiTi League, Sept. 7 'f Southern Michigan League, '8ej>t. 7. ENGLISH CRICKET Jjondop, Aug . 28.-^Following are the results of county cricket matches Started Monday, lour ot whlclh were finJahed and one dmwn: Su�s�x defeated Warwickshire at Brighton toy six wlokets. For the' winjjera Jupp (V. C. W.) and W. P. Ohaplitt scored' 90 and 91 respectively. One of fhe surprtses was the victory of Worcestershire over Middlesex at Lords who succeeded in winning by the small msxgin of 17 runs. The success of Worceetershire was largely due to the splendid hatting of G. N. Foster, and Chester, who contrl-touted 132 and 148 not out respectively. F. T. Mann was the only batsman for Middlesex to reacih the 100 mark scoring 135 before being dismissed. Surrey 'won from Gloucestershire at Bristol by 303 runs. The Old Reliables Hobbs and Hayes for Surrey bott "cams off" the former making 107 and the latter 144. Smith, (W, C.) tlie young Surrey "pro captured cIgiht wickets for 61 runs. For Glouceater-sWre Dennett had niine Surrey wickets to Ms credit for 68 runr. The drawn match was that between Ham'pshlre and Yorkshire at Baune-mouth. Haimpsihlre scores Included Broya (P- ^0 122, and Mead (C. P.) e not out. For Yorkshl-e Hirst and Rhodes scored 82 and 66 not out re-pegUvely. MAJOR mHi GAMES National BoBti�n' .................. ... 1 t; 1 Brooklyn .................. 5 8 1 Perdue and Whaling ; Allen, Rucknr and Miller. New York................, 2 6 0 Philadelphia ............... 7 0 i Marquard, Cri^dall and McLean ; Seaton and KllHfer. Only two games � played. .^merioan Philadelphia ............ ... * IS a New York ... ............... 3 10 0 Bender and Sohantz ; Sehultz, War-hop and Sweeney. Washington t.. ,............ 0 6 1 Boston..................... 1 3 1 Johnson and Ainsmith ; Collins and Oarrlgan. Only two games played. E Internationa! Providence.................. 14 1 Rochester .................. 5 18 2 Ileisigl, Bentley, DonoVan and Kocher ; Hoff and Jacklltscb, Only one game played. Northwestern Vancouver 3, Portland 0. Spokane 6, Victoria 8. Seattle 5, Tacoma 1. AsBOclatlon Minneapolis ... ,....... 4 12 8 St. Paul ...... ............ ,.. 8 13 1 B\urns an^ Owens ; Rieger and James. i ,. movter ov*r to New YoA, fall viotlm to the renewed vim of tie Giants and dropped the entilire series, enabling the MoGraiwitea to rouB^ vep their week micoesefuUy' aaid with thedr lead strengtlhened al-' most to the point of Imt/reignabilUty. Their revwsea at Pltta'bnrg'a hands were larg^ chargeable to the greali game put up boUx at bat aad in tha field by Honus Wajwft The second dtvlsiani team^ al�o tiad a tight lltUa time of It; OnrinnaU falling off preolp4tately and Brooklyn gaining ground rapidly; St. Louis' falling off preolpiltately and Brooklyn and Boston about h , SOLO EVERYWHERE: 10c A PLUG ROCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC 78 05 43 4929 ;