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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta frige PAtLY HERALD Wednesday, Jtitty MACLEOD BALL TEAM PLAYS HERE FRIDAY The iwvt District Baseball League watches be plaj ed Pildaj bo visitors at Lethbridgo and Taber at.Pluchoi Crcok ALL THE LOCAL ANO WOBLD't FORIMOtT OVERSEAS CHAMPS OF CITY LEAGUE Drawn Game With the Last Night Spelled Victory and for the 'Seas and SoccerSupremecy of the was a Mud Carnival THE STANDING 'The Oveiseas are City Foot- btll champions, for 1013. Their draw with the CalHss last night placed nhe Magrath trophy, emblematic of the City Football .League champtonshlp in their hinds.- The Cilllies. who have otf the honors so re peeitedly occupy second position, 'with the S. 0. E. at the foot. The 8. O. E. and Overseas .play concluding game of the schedule neit TuesBay, but the outcome will not effect tie posi- of the teams in -the stand- ing The championship is now dicided in favor of the Overseas and The Herald extends its con gratulaiions. .Chai. Wesley, league secretary, gave the Herald the 'following fig- ures anent the standing: W. L. D. P. A. P. Overseas.....3 02 9 4 S .Callies........ E......0 3 2 5.9 2. whit way be fittingly described as mud carnival instead of football, 'Callies. and Overseas a no score battle-In a city league fixture before over tear hundred soccer en- thnalsits at Athletic Park last even- field was in. a wretched con- dition and good football was entirely out of the question The teams were late in taking the field and after hay Ing lost the the Callies kicked off towards the north goal, at once tak- ing the ball into the Overseas goal- Aouth, although no damage resulted. The players were experiencing diffi- culty in keeping their feet and the ball was like a chunk of lead. The CfiUles began to look, dangerous by repeated excursions into the Seal first line of defence This did not dampen the spirits of the Overseas, who went right into the Callies de- 'fencs, who were forced concede a corner, which however. proved fruit- less: Eaiton of the Dallies was be- ginning to ihme brilliantly while at the other ''end Sumner. of the Seas was on hand with glittering defensive play In point of combination tactics the Callies obviously had the advan- tage of their opponents Glen took a pot shot at Sumner, but the ball flew past and the Seas backers healed a dt relief A fusilade of shots besieged the Seas goal and only weak on the part of the Callies prevented a certain score For this to a large extent the heavy in the mud responsible. The erawd in the stands got busy with nous, vocal gymnastics and urged the Dlaytrs on, but St was of no '-avail. JeeU Mullen of the Seas was flounder- lag in the mud and having a glorious doing effective work to his own aston- were playing a pretty pusiing game In spots even although these spots were not by any nunierbus. Half time arrived with 'be score a blank .Galore Everybody's doing it On resuming final the crowd rent the air with .stentorian but the plavers paid little heed Everyone for fcrwth as Mclntyre appear ad almost beaten, when sad to relate tie.ball over the bar out o( harm's way.- .One of the Seas play efi on his'knees and beat a tatoo on ilia mud with both hands In and everyoody laughed Both were assailed In turn but the sphere abscflutelj uecliaed to oblige back, was a-vsri- table tower of. strength to his side and was a glutton for while Sumner for the Seas was the whole works for his sav ing -them time iftir. time :fr6m. Ulire defeat. At one time Dotiblr the Seas goalkeeper brought off a thrilling save from Me Murtrie, :wiol almolt but scored. It vas a clevtl piece of work The Oal- lies did, moit of the pressing and on their plaj deserved to score, but the defensive abilitj of the Overseas was at ill times outstanding and sel dom The game ound up with no tfcore belne Eaiton'and Sumner Star Easton of the Callies aid Sumner of-'tlwVBeM .were'the two most prom- meat platers on the field, and earned their right IUM the city league championship in the of the Overseas, with the Callies as runners up. COULON GAVE ASPIRANT A GOOD TROUNCING in Wagner Only Looked Good in One :Round New York, July bantam- weight champion, Johnny Coulon, of Chicago, completely outclaseec? Joe Wngner, ajocal bantamweight, in ten-round bout night had been looking for a chance to meet the champion for a long while, tnd his admirers had ex peeted him to make a fine showing, but the poisiWe exception of second round, he vras badly beat- ea. FLYNN AND HIS TRAINER IN ACTION- JIM Betting Favors the Champion by 2 to 1 Wagers Preferred on the Number of Rounds Flynn Will Last With Johnson Tomorrow Flynn Full of Confidence as to His Chances-Crowd Gathering TWELVE TEAMS ENTERED FOR PEOPLE SHIELD SERIES Draw Brings Lethbridge and Saskatoon Together in the Second Game July 13th The draw for the People Shield, the emblem of Canadian soccer suprem- acy, has been made and copies Twelve teams are included in it imong them the fair city of LethbrHse Prince Albert and Victoria Kheduled to open the competition, coming together on the afternoon of July 13th, while Lethbridge and Saskatoon are slated to come together In tie evening of the same day The winners of the first day fight it out 16th The follow ing diagram Indicates the exact procedure thereafter Bast Las Vegas, V July 3 A few fight added last light and today (o those alreadj gath >red here to witness the Flynn battle tomorrow, but the main jodl of the spectators will not arrive mtil tomorrow when wveral special ..alns are run The fight fans found ittle to amuse themselves It was quiet at the fighters camps, both men did a little Hgnt work to keep in nm and devoted their time to as jurfng their friends that they were confident of victory There has heed Ittle change w the betting, Johnson o win money at 2 to 1, being offered with few takers The board shows ew record w agers, the Flj nn support- ers make an offer of to ?900 and lo not appear aniious to get their money down at than 3 to 1 One reak bet thirty to fifty that John on will knock down Flynn before the ourth round is, recorded and iramed itely below comes the notation 50 o -10 he does not a commentary on these bets the following explan ation Is written on the board "A man on his knees li considered down and if struck, wins the fight" As to the round betting the eleventi ap pears to be the favorite fight termina tion because the eleventh round of the Johnson Fbnn bout proved to be the fireman's undoing The most ot the round betters however, are down on the fourteenth to ieieuteen- th with a scattering fire from the seventeenth to the twenty fifth A Lightweight Preliminary As an appetizer for the big event Stanlcj Yokum of Dallas and "1'oer UuboKi, of Denver, who fall some- where near the lightweight olisB, will try out Promoter Curio's CHIIVHS- walled arena tonight It Is a nriied uled 20 round bout Their Weights It is Johnson's p'an to enter the ring tomorrow weighing 212 uounia The champion'8 traineis, in .mnou.ic ng his weight at 214, evplalned that he could go into the rlnj at 210 if nee They do not consider this. necessary. Hjnn expects to flght at abnit.. 190 nonnds He lias said he would tfeirh 'rom 189 to 193 and probably, would July 1Mb Prince Albert Victoria Jutr nth gcikatoon -1 1 July Play Off July 18th Play July 15th' Celtic or Norwood 'July IMh, or Fort William C. P. R. July 17th Ft. William Wanderers Shoal- Lake or BrIU Off j Final July 20th July 19tk Play Off Something Doing At Sweet Grass t Tomorrow Sweet Grass, July Fqley and Tommy nelley are both in the of condition for their 20-round basing contest at Sweet, Grass, Mont., on the afternoon of July 4th, IJoth men are of and this match ought'to be'worth Agoing some dis- tance to see. It :ls' expected that Lethbrfdfe will send.down a delega- tion of fight fans, Th-ey ma> leave Lethbridge at 9 30 ill the moiiung and return at 7 15 in the evening Besides lhe lead In the eighth Inning today, as the result of two passos, Wheat's homo run and doubles by Hummel nud Tooloy, Phlladelnlila won .In tho same Inning on fivo paisos, Knabu's sin- gle, and I! Millers tloutile 'Iho score was 1 to 6. American Detroit in Garriion Finish Detroit, July Tigers over- came a lead of six runs, secured by Cleveland, when the visitors bunched seven hits off Lake in the..second inn- ing todav, and won S to 7 Krapp weakened in the seventh and four runs were Scored in the ninth. With the bases filled and one Out he was relieved by BaskettK The relief pitcher threw one hall, which .'Moriar- ity hit safely to left field, sending In. the.tieing and .winning runs. St._Louls and Chicago One Each St. Louis, July Lbuis'and Chicago broke even In a double-head- er here this afternoon, the former tak- ing -the first game, 2 to 1, by a ninth inning rally, and 'the latter winning the second game by 5 to 4, by bunch- ing bits with errors in the sixth inn- ing. New York Beat Boston Boston, July York scored its fust victoij of the 'season over Boston today, 'J to'-7, after dropping fourteen straight games to the Red Sox.' The Highlanders' h.its, which were'bunched, and coupled occasion- ally with Boston eAois, netted moie than the scattered long drives of the Boston men Gardner's hitting feat ured Senators -Lucky July Athletics went down before the Senators to- dav The Athletics hit sifelv eight times but they were not as productive as Washington's five. The, latteries Hoiiclc and Lapp; Pelty, Hughes and Henry. Association Minneapolis 6, Kansas Cltv S. Milwaukee C, St Paul 1 St. Paul 1; Milwaukee 0. Columbus 3; Indianapolis 1. Toledo 7; Louisville 0. Northwestern Seattle -9; Victoria' 0. Portland 7; Vancouver 4. Spokane 4, Tacoma 3 International Jersej CltJ 0, Newark 5 Providence 11; Baltimore 5. Buffalo 6; 6; Tgronto 3. Toronto 5; Rochester 4. Canadian Peterboro 6; Ottawa 6. Guelph 6, Hamilton 5 Brantford 8; Berlin 6. St Thomas 14, London 1. GARDEN CITY JUNIORS DEFEATED RAYMOND TEAM South Towns School Boys Play Satur- day Afternoon Games National New Yoik.......... Hi 11 b2l! PliUburg........... 37 27 Chlcu'gA' 31) 2G .581 Cincinnati .32 .530 Philadelphia 2C 34 .431 Brooklyn 25 38 .3117 St, Louis........... 27 43 .3811 Boston 20 4S ".295 school boys went to Magrath on Sitmday xifternoon and in a game oi baseb.il! with the ischool boys of the Garden City, met their defeat, .the score stand- ing at the end of nine innings. This game is one of the series uhlch ii being on Saturday after- noons by the school of. the Gard en City and the Sugar Town, and through them very excellent baseball material is 'being developed. Brlggam Btoddard did the star play Ing for Mairath, while Ivan Harris behind ttieibat between the bases did excellent work for Raymond Cliff N'alder on the mound for the Sugar Ttfun, and Rice and 0. Stod- dart did the for Magrath. bovs contributed their defeat to the fact that two files were muffed towards the close of the game, allow- ing Magrath to get in three runs 'the line-up for Raymond was Ivan Harrlsf catcher; Clifton Nalder, pitcher, Goidon Urcwotton, first Fnrrfat Gordon second' Austin Jones, third; Dewey Wasden, short stop; Frank Stevens, right field, Mils Nell Fisher, right. Standings Today American Beaton Philadelphia Chicago Washington Cleveland Detroit New York St Louis 47 22 .082. 38 '.600 39 29 .074 31 .058 33 34 .493 34 30 .486 19 44 .303 19 46 .293 Association Columbus 54 27 .C67 Toledo 51 28 .C4G Minneapolis1....... 48 29 .021 Kansas City 30 42 .462 Milwaukee 31 47 .420 Indlanapolib...... 32 48 .400 St; Paul 35 .46 .433 Louisville 3S 45 .386 Northwestern Seattle...... Spokane Victoria A Vancouver Poitland Tacoma...... 41 34 38 33 37 35 37 37 37 39 '.473 32 42 .4o2 Donated to Finance Foot Ball Team for People's Shield Trip SELECTING THE.. PLAYERS The executive of the Cltl football league met last night at the Dallas to select a team to represent Leth bridge In the People Shield Competi- tion to be held at Winnipeg It was finally decided lo choose two teams these to pla'y an exhibition match on Friday at the bull paik 01, ground, definite place named Thurs day, after whicu the final team aud reseives will be selected le serves mil be sent as well as i iness manager and a Irainer The lineup for the test nintc.li roil, Welicr and Easton, backs, Whjte, and Biennan, halt backs. Bembridge Tennant, Breiman ;md Mc- Miirtrio' forivards. goal; Farris autl Hbrrie, backs; Glen, Holbevton and- Halkerston, halfi backs; Olive! Thompson, Wlllets, Guir and Bost- wlck; forwards. i Finances for Trip Up itpi date 5500 has been donated by thei'.business1 men of Lethbridse and the commfttee Messis Robins have great hopes of se- curing the remainder necessary in the next day pr two Lethbridge will play its first match on Julj 13th at 7 pm against Saska- toon. While Saskatoon fa regarded as a fairly good team, Lethblldge in its torn) at present should beat tlimc. Canadian Oarsman Defeated At Henley Henley oil-Thames July 2 Regatta opened todaj'in all its cele brated glory In heat three of the Oiampnd Challenge Cup, Jalrburn, of lesus College, Cambridge, defeated Butler, of Argonauts, Toronto, bj two lengths in nine minutes, seconds Both Falrburn and Butler went anaj well and after a quarter of a mile Butler led bj barely a length At Fanley the half mink, Butler was just ahead, having rowed the dis- tance ill four minutes 15 seconds. After-the: three-quarters of a mile, Fairbllrn got in front and maintained the lead, and won by two lengths, in nine minutes, five seconds BULLETINS INTERMEDIATE SOCCER .The S..O.-E, Intermediates will play tlwlr -regular. League fixture tomor- row night at the ;Ball Park. Kick-off 6.4B." Referee, -R.; Tennant. .Tho Ov- efteas week handed out a sur- prise packet to the Cattle colts it re- mains to 'be seen whether they can do the same to The 8. 0. E..-WI11 bo represented by Pools, goal; Weller and Molborlon, Bennett, Frier and Dalzell. half-backi; Ball, Faunch lordtn and Clnjton, for- iTS. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS i 'Grain prices on the local.niarkot'to day are aell Iny: at per ton. while turnips aw onions are quoted; respectively a KGO for J4.50 for lOOlb case. No parsnips are .to bo had a present, ileuts retnalu flmu In iji'lce No. 1 Northern ..JO.Qi No. 2 0.8' No. 3 Northern... r.' 104M No. ..v.v'O.li: No. 6 ,0.5. No. 0.4 No. 1 Alberta'Hold '........0.8: No. 2 0.8: No. 3 Alberta Red........... 0.71 No. 4 Alberta Red.......... 0.6' No. B Alberta Red No. 6 Alberla Red Bran, per ton 21.01 Shorts, per ton 23.01 OatB, per ton, laoked 4....... 28.01 Balled oats Potatoes, 'per. ton ..'.27.00 to 35.01 Pota loos, per ton 28.00 to 35.01 Beets, per Ib. 0.1 Carrots, per Turnips, per 401b. case 4.51 Onions, per lOOlb. case 4.51 Butter and Eggi: Dairy butter 0.21 Creamery ;b.utter.. 0.31 Eggs, fresh.............. 0.2i WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKET! 'Winnipeg, Man., Jul> grain markets opened, and closed tc day as follows: Open Clo'si July lOSi-i October 98% July <214 October.......'. WV. Ex. No. 1 Feed, July. 42K July October 1S9 187 Closing Cach.Prices Wheat- ISO 1 Noitherll 108 No.. 2 Northern 105 No. 3 Northern 10QJ! Vo I S7V No 6 759! No 62 Feed Oats- No 2 C W 4 ES. No. 1 Feed.......... No! 1 Feed No 4 ll Rejected 4n Teed J8 Mlnneapoli. Wh.at Open Closi lulv HO "I September December 10t5s 104'! Chicago Wheat lulv 107 107 September 103% 101V! December 104V 101K Blairmore Baseball Teair Cleaned Up and Won Blalrmore Tuly Blairmore woi in a basebill toufnament at Nev Michel, on Dominion Day, taking firs pme Alichel Fernlo and Corbii were victims of the Blalrmore nine The winners' team: Olson, Benson Hogan JloNabb Adamson Dallis Fet ter, Lewis and.Green. CARDSTON HAD REASON TO BECOME AGGRIEVE! Opposing Teams Failed to Make Thei Smoothed Over t) Raymond, July Uiere'was a large celebration held ii Cardslon at which time a league base ball game'Was to have been played 11 the afternoon between the Uaymoni and Cardstoii teams. The weather wa .threatening and It was '.thought b; the local baseball officials that (In game would, be postponed. Further when the train arrived from Lctli bridge the game between Warner am Raymond 'was at a lilgh pitch, maklni it impossible for the team to be re leased from the game in order t' ckch the Cardstou train. On Tues .day morning the roads were impoe sible at Pol-hole and It an imiwssibillty for the team to ge lo the'town in time for the game. Fo some