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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY HERALD LOCAL BALL CLUB VICTORIOUS LIGHTWEIGHT BATTLE TODAY LETHBRIDGE BEAT CARDSTON Local Nine Took Fine Revenge for Coronation Day Defeat Administered by Southern Team Score 8-3 'After _. iuffertpg .the gruelling hard- jLethbridge; they had no one on the of mudch auto lido which oc puses casioned the exteusnc use of the old chestnut, "get. out and the !nnd no Letbbiidge district league ball team'few lounds when the homo team con entered 'the-city of Cardston yester- menced to fall down, while the cal day and' took the sweetest kind of {lire of ball presented by the invader revenge for the Coronation Day hu- WHS consistent with their showing I niiliatioii Imhded to them by the True. Blues of the South. In a nutshell Lethbrklge routed Cardston by All.Cardston saw the game.' It was snappy exhibition for six innings, the tally card showing one a-picce. At this stage "Spud" Murphy, who the Initial stages. Cardstoii rallied in the ninth. Will (he score of them the- made a strenuous effort to build it] their score. They were successful t Executne The ground was The aLim to be in a fair rond lion m and there uas sign of the game morni'1s and could h, ve been being called again for rain. The 'lied 'up- for 'the. afternoon nere out 'n full force and f Clnsu -k seen in their fonvarcl line igainst his old team The S 0 E had some rtifticultj byt miniged to pui out a veiv fair team 1 Ion that if Billy Holberton been in place %and Easton at left ba.ik should seen a closer result Tennar.t had game in hand although he gave several rer> queer There mas haie been something the croud dido t see but the for the Hlilhurst back to deliberately shoners in the forenoon completcl, knock the ball doun his hand the ground out of commission, and the Overset" ground on being looked nas found to he the onh plicc The teams nentoter to the grounds four short nf their retulji team "n a rain bound 'o plaj f and Bob ChlBBick being t iken sick that day left them in a etill worse condition Up till half time there u no score and both teams were doing eierjlhlng hut finding the net The Oierseas foiwaida were lamentabK in their shooting and the won or was they did -not get through the Son-s poor defence on more than one iccaslon. In the second half both sides awoke o the fie that they supposid 0 get goals, and after a few minutes lay Heathflelil beat Collier ml- ed for the Sons. Muller fouled llonli r once or twice and was y the referee, but taking t a whole ii was freo from rough lay: Shortly after this Paunch put 1 a very, pretty piece of work, and after bkitlng out three men in the field, and ilolng a sprint with Home, took a flying shot for goal and Coll ler was beat agaifi. The 0. 9. here p tmik .1 wake up and began to make I possible, but the surprise nas the great crowd n'o followed them and stayed jwith them w-iilo it rained hard all through the first .half. This is the enthusiasm for the game that should be encouraged, as It evident'Lethbridge wants soccer. Buj Imagine the crowd that would have seen at the Athletic grounds had--it lieen a fine day. A 1200 gate would have rewarded the Committee with out it doubt, hut the} are up against i 'hundred dollar guarantee instead Probably they- can arrange, another international match, or. one between .he two best learnt, the CiU can put IP and there is no doubt that the people will flock .down to the grounds and do their share to help the Ex- ecutive out of the hole. Now whit can bo said of the game? Taking- everything Into consideration we are hardly In the snmo we can take a whole lot of pride In being ableao hold them down to 1-1 and be awarded a free kick for so doing seemed kind of rank At present there are no games sche- duled for this week, but no doubt something will be announced shortly THE MAN BEHIND BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCI WHISKY U all perfcctiy blen- ded and thor- oughly aged. a o. IKMUM, lihCa.atj.AiM m ;