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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITK LETIiniMIMJK DAILY JflKltALO Thursday, Aiiy.31.1QH. 151 I'S! CY YOUNG PITCHED GREAT GAME DAZZLE PATCH MAKES SENSATION i. OWE WAS WELLS TOO CLEVER FOR BROWN THERE WITH GOODS Pittsburg Prize Beauty a Little Nervous but Won Out Boston, Aug. OToole. for -n-hcse release from St. Paul Pitts- paid the highest price in baseball history, made his debui today, and Pittsbnrg won a gams, the Jlrnt of a double-header, six to four. Cy Young was on the rubber for the Joculs in the second game and shut out the pennant aspirants ft to 0. O'Toole's bow to National League fans was made in company with Ivally tne catcher for whom Pittsbnrg paid St. Paul The young pitcher's was marred by 'find his willingness placed him in a number of holes. But he was strong in the pinches, and his nine strike- outs offset the bases on balls. He safely twice out of four times at Kelly was weak with the siick and -gave way. to Gibson. In the second gams Young pitohsd in his old time lorm and was well supported Klrat Boston 110 000 5 2 Mttsburg Oil 000 11 2 Weaver, Tyler ami Kllng; O'Toole end Kelly and Gibson. Second Boston 000 141 9 0 Pittsburg 000 000 ii 3 Young and Rariden; Hendrix, Steele K-erry and Gibson. Western Canada League Games English Pugilist Had it. on American Boy Seven Rounds Out of Ten i Immense Crowd Saw the i Fight-Wells Qutman- ouevred Brown at I Every Stage f New York, Aug. Wells, the Kiiglish lightweight champion ad- hi1adelpbia 63 48 .568 t. Ixrais 61 54 .530 Inclmati 51 56 .'477 IrooMra 44 68 .393 ioatou S3 S8 101 101 12 1 Kansas City 300 020 S 1 Columbus. 000 000 000 10 0 7 L .'Second game Columbus 000 000 0 5 ii'iiTraukee 001 000 4 0 AMERICAN hiladelphia 77 42 .647 Jetrolt 73 43 .604 Boston 62. 5S CANADIAN .ondon 5 ..5 f tirahtford 13 in 3 Keferee Charley White had to cau- lion both men frequently in .the din-j 'dies. The battle gave Brown's championship aspirations a severe set- ;back. Big -Tarn Xew York, Aug. "stic (lowers oi New York came in, l their j own when niter many years j Matiibon Square G-arden was thrown open i'or the "Knockout" Brown-Matt Wells, (en round fight, the second, but "in fact'the first un- der the new boxing law which -per- ''units public attendance for paid atl- The ntiiphithcatrc wns chok- r and pd a c'-owd estimated tit [while hundreds oi others fought vain- ly tn gain admittance, hut were turn- invay by the police. Speculators reaped an August harvest. "l The old ring arid platform-upon C'orbctt and McCoy, Ruhlframl and other lesser lights had hatlled in oilier years was erect- jed in the centre of the garden; 0 i Brown and Wcll.s weighed in at.four 0'o'clock. The Xew York hoy lipped the rt beam slightly under 133 pounds, but Uhij Urilish lightweight champion he- jfore he stepped on the scales' -iound 3; himself ovenveight. He piled on a j couple of sweaters and took a long 2 run, by a vigorous, rub flown. Even then, Wells was a quar- ______j tcr of a pound overweight, when he weighed in. Brown, however, tiitl not claim the forfeit oJ" S5Gfi tor over- BROWN St. .Micliiiel's Point lioclicy and Rugby player, leaves for Vancouver where he will so Inlo business with ihis brother Art. Jimmy ivus one of jthe best defence players on the O. H. I A. and has been picked for all-star teams more than once, while in Rugby he has been named as quarter-back for nil all-star team. SON OF DAN PATCH IS MAKING GREAT NAME Colt Breaks Record in His Class Marvellous Speed Wonderful Surprise to Horsemen History the Horse With Fine Future Minneapolis, Jlinn., Aug. 1ms another world's champion track home. At the intenmtional stock fair Savngfi, Minn., Dazzle Patch, a 2S months old colt by Dan Patch, paced a ihnlf mile in 50 gecondi flat. Tills s the fastest half mile over negotiated by any colt of anywhere near age., Locnl horsemen admit that never In their experience has there been a por- onnance that compared to it. Dazzle Patch is sired by tue world's champion laruess horse, and his dam is.Renelino by Onliiie. TiiU cross is prolific of speed, as the youngster is brother of Rena Patch, af'.mittad to be one oE. he fastest mares ill the country .until she sustained un injury, while being.' ihtpiwd last year. There is suit still pending for the recovery of hunages for this injury. WARM STRUGGLE ON IN NATIONALLACROSSE UNION ehs, Toronto, Montreal and Nationals All Have a Games Left Just what team will win His N. L. U. Championship is a question lhat is bothering lacrosse followers in the cast today. The three scheduled games on Saturday finished as was expected. Nationals beat'fcornwall S goals to nil; while Montreal gnvc the Ottawas a beating to the tune of 11 goals to 3. There are just six games yet to be played and everyone with possibly one exception have a bearing on the championship. Next Saturday will clash with the Shamrocks, while on the same day Ottawa will meet Cornwall in the latter town. The real excitement will be furnished on Labor day when the Te- cumsehs play Uie Torontos and Montreal hooks up with the Nationals. If the Tecnmsehs win and Montreal defeat the Nationals the cham- pionship will be decided there and then with the honors going to the Indians. If the Torontos defeat the Tecumsehs and the Nationals break with Montreal on their two game series, a three corner tie with the Tecumsehs, Toronto and Montreal will happen. ilie Torontos heat the Tec.utuschs and. Jlontreal beats the Nationals twice and Sham- rocks ,theu Montreal would take the place, of the Nationi'la m the above position. The race is one of the most interesting 'in years. STANDING OF THE CLUBS Won Lost Goals for Goals Agst. Tecumsehs Toronto Nationals Jlontreal Shamrocks Cornwall 81 78 '.84 40 37 54 43 3S 73 57 130 PRESIDENT TAFT BEAT KELLOGG and Downs Kcw .York Chicago Cleveland-.. Washington 6t. Louii 63 liO 60 50 36 61 02 71 S3 Hochester Toronto Baltimore Buffalo vilontreal peraey City uNewark 79 75 62 59 51 50 4.1 n 52 61 6ii 71 V.i 53 .516 .406 .492 .413 .303 .661 .617 .501 .417 .100 .311 AMMtCAN ASSOCIATION 77 1C 74 IndlanApoIls Bt 69 62 ft 62 67 64 6.1 72 75 413 .492 .477 .459 .436 Uuelph St. Thomas....... Second Liiielph Ht. Thomaa lisrlin Ilninllton Second Berlin Hamilton Hy the time Brown, and Wells left 5 ihcir dressing rooms, every inch in 0 tin: gnnleii 'was taken and him deeds si.nod en masse behind the box seats. Some of thusu turnc.d hack at the iUiors ciimbcd a fire escape lo. the winnows. There, was a crash of glass and before .the. police could check tlie rush a pile of 'spectators through ilie window like beefi. Ojll was one .of the largest crowds ever janmu'il j Wells was the first ;o climb through jlne and was given a cordial S! welcomn. Me was escorted by nine I seconds, including his manager, ;.Geo. '0 j The Knfilislnnan was trained fine Accepts Golf Challenge Opponent Beverly, Mass., Aug.. was the great day for the Tart family from an athletic standpoint. Last week Frank R. Kollogg of St. Paul came up to Beverly from Boston and boldly proclaimed that he was a golf nlay- er afraid of nobody. He promptly was challenged by the president. The match came ofi today, and the presi- dent defeated him two up. While the w-as showing Kellogg some of the niceties of .the game, Major Butt, his aide, was being shown a few things he did not know about golf by Charlie Tart, tiie presidents' youngest son. The score was not revealed, hut it is certain that the major did not win. ITACIvENHCIIMIDT and looked to in tin-top shape. i The little Teuton Brown snon ed Wells into the ring. lie went 7 towards Wells' corner he S 12 5 2 S 15 .0 3 shook hiind-s with his opponent, i Brown was smiling :uul i looked in gooi! shape. FIST FIGHT SETTLED THE DISPUTE BETWEEN PITCHER HUGHES AND CAUS- TIC CRITIC Chicago, Aug. Hughes, pit- cher of the Washington team in the American league, and Fid ward Johnson a Chicago artist, fctiglit o.ut a lively persona] encounter in an alley back of a downtown hotel Inst night, until stopped and arrested by the police Roth men took a severe drubbing and were .bleeding freely when arrested The trouble started in this grill room of the hotel when Johnson criticised Hughes's pitching in a recent game Charles King was selected as referee Hughes and Johnson repaired to the alley, remoi'ed hats, coats and neck- wear and the fight startod. King and .Johnson were forced to spend a night in a a police sta- tion for their part in the bout. Hugh- es was released on n cash bond and departed for Detroit, with his team. Before he left, however, Hughes shook viands with Johnson and declared the ncident closed. MOKE BOUTS- FOE WOLGAST NORTHWESTERN I'ortland Tncoin-a Spokane Victoria CANADIAN WINS RACE London, Aug. Holnicr, Canadian Murnthon runner, today won Hie fifteen mil-? race against I'al. White of Dublin, by five -hundred ynrda at. Dotigla-s, Isle of Mnn, Hoi- mer's timn 1 hour, 27 minutes and 32 secrmdi. HAS DONE LITTLE TRAINING-AND FANS ARE WONDERFUL .Chicago, Illlnios, Aug. fact that Hackenschmidt has done little training since arriving in Chicago has created no little comment among the wrestling fans of Chicago. Wrestling fans are questioning each other aa to the condition of the Russian and why lie is not training. Every kind of sol- ution to the mystery is given by these fans, yet it is rnsolvable except by those In Hack's camp. 1 statements from the men connected with tho challenger from Hackenfic.hmidt himself may ''throw some light on the matter. All J are enthusiastic over the Russian's chance in the coming bout and fill as- sert he is in the pink of condition. Today was passed in the same idle- ness of the last four days. Hack look a long walk in the early morning and took a dip bnkfc Michigan. Wliut was regarded as the first of- .'icial odds were posted today by a local book-maker, who offered 4 to 6, with of in (be battle for third place between Boston, New York, Cleveland Und Chicago. IS IN BEST POSSIBLE CONDITION Will Take Only TWO More Stiff Out! Prior co Bout Chicago, Aug. confident is Oeorpe Hackcnschniidt, the "Russian Lion" that hn is in the best possible condition for his match with Frank Gotch on Labor Day that he announced that 3ie would take only two more stiff workouts before he steps on the mat at Comlskcy Park. His trainers say more exercise than that would do more harm than good. Hack, took a walk of six miles to- day and then played handball, used weights and grip squeezers.but did no material work. Dr. Roller is as con- 'idcnt as Hack, or nt least, he says so. Wliiio (.he race for the pennant in the American league has almost ceas- ed to he.exciting, is still n lot Gotoh the favorite ;mU Hack the out- sirisr at 6 tn 5. SCOOTS RAPIDS ON LCG FOR EOQEB BKESA'AHA-N. What do 7111) tbink of (hat boy Hoger Bresnaltan now? He is the .sure enongli pepper child, iml the ivaj- he has that bunch of going is nutkta. .lust think, McGraiv let this same felloir, Bresnahan, get iway frum him-becniise he ITA.I food friend of hu wanted fti KCP him !nnd a Five Thoutand Spectators See Michi- gan Riverman Perform Parli- QUI Feat Sanlt Ste. Marie, Mich.. AUB. While persons looked on James Pollock, a rlvorman oi lower Michigan, shot, the St. Mary's rirer today on a log. -For the font lie received In a cnnofe, with Indian guides, Pol- lock was taken to the besd of the rapids. Six minutes later, after baring been whirled about the- thonqandi of gigantic boulders and often from view, he emerged rapWt without a scratch. Pollock is the tint, to ttd rapids, which are a.vUw'wna a tailC long, unless seated lii'ft'bMt, To Particular Men- The many orders tnken during the past two days is proof of the qua] ity of Art Clothes. Tor orders for Art will be taken exclusively in Lethlmdge by Thaell Dodd, and any orders entrusted to -tliem-- Avill haAre the snme personal care and attention as though your meas- ure were taken in our own shops. Gall and inspect goods. _! WILL MEST MATT WELLS AND KNOCKOUT BROWN, AS WELL AS McFARLAND Chicago Aug. Obara- pion Ad Wolgast is to fight tjpree times In Milwaukee during the tfcit: few months. Frank MtiUwrn tha motor of the VolgaBt.- RIcFarlaud .con- test, which he expects to stags made this nnnotmcement laHt 'Mulkern secured the champions' consent .to the trio of matches, and they have agreed on the two oppon- ents aside from McFarland. The other men who'will face Wolgast hi 10 round; encounters are Matt Wells, champion, of England and "Knockout" -Brown of York. One of the fights will be jut on some time In October and the jther about the first of the year. It" s understood that Packey McFarland ias decided to call off his proposed fight with Evco Kelly in St. LouU on or Day. The Art Tailoring Co. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES THA ELL DOIM) Limited. 305 SIXTH ST. SO. IANK OF MONTREAL ;