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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE DAILY ITERALP Friday, July 4, _ BW Naurfitoi's Dope on Big o' Lightweight NliU Today-An-. dersoa .and Cross Mix .THEY ,COMPARE RITCHIE ifi Sin.1.. height.... 5ft. ..1SJ pounds reach est" (iipaidefl) SSl'In. waist 301n. ii u.v foremroa i.- ihlgh 21in. ''...'.cilf..'..'....... liin. wrist Sin. "CROSS ANDERSO-V 6in: 133 ponndi! 133 pounds 6Zln. ".LWHin: 35in. cheat tr.toreann.'. llin. CANAD IAN- WHO DFPEATED .U.-S. .CHAMPION ALL-ROUND ATHLETE' IN CONTEST AT-TORONTO The loser started and beat in the etit two .events, hut after that, witi tbe e'soeption ot-'the bansuier thioir the Canuck hid'no difficulty in disposing of Iiis opponent- .The only treat ".In which the; visitor outclassed Knos Kas in .the throwing ot the 56-pound veieht lor distance. .In ac- tual feet 7 inches, hut in an exhibition he threir the big weleht 2S feet 9 "inches. It wis.in events Hat Knos outclassed ilacdonald.! In the pob Vault the visitor ..stopped, at .S feet 6 inches, while Knox cleared the bar at 11 lect 3 inches.. In the hurdle in .which .Macdonald" claimed to be rery fast JCnox walked away from Urn} the, Boston aiblete.fmishini. the pooh tibif of "seconds. results RuMing high jump R; Macdo 5-feet 6 5 feet inches 5G pound feet 7 inches' Knos, 22 teci leerSl llacdonald. 3S feet 8 feef, f i7.vj.' Pole 11' ieel 3 inches Macdonald' ,8 feet '120 feet (695) Knb'x 102-feet 3 _ -100 10 3-5 seconds i-5 seconds, V JACK btlLLoii.'OUTCLASSED BILL ED 3.-Jact DUloB, claimant of the mi4- t championship, tonight knocked oat BUI McKinnon, of. Bis- the :ti i .if cinA ;back ri viTdoi-n, hut VA. r.at wnt .7r Sal' iouii hir-.-tq his corner. GAMES IN MAJOk LEAGUES BADLY.DKUBBED IMUJ 0U3LW made total of -twenty- sir.e. bases oR Stack-' and Wagner to- day' and beat" BrooV-lyp; 17 to 4. It was :tte, Ti-prst drubbing.vthe_, locals I hare -this" the -American WM DACES Calgtry, July McOulN. that slerllug komuian from Denver, Colo., bealud Loth ot wlnnera la tha Wg hornets' events, yesterday, the third dix of the-Calgaiy: Industrial Exhibition. 'JiTthe flnt he took Loomis'-place behind-Harry T., ani the 2.17 trot Purse of J2.001, by capturing the lail three heats of the- race after coming lu third In the In the SWOB it race, the 2.40 pact.1 he drove game little chntnut geldlogi Red Rock, for three easy flrata.'" third day of radof prorlded qullo as much excitement as the pre- vious two days, and all pony follow- ers nailed In pronouncing thli aeet team playing badly! .behind poor Boston Brooklyn .V. Dickson aid 17 '4 Racidea and Miller. CLEVELAND BEAT .DETROIT Cleveland, July de- feated Detroit-3 to 1. Kahier out- tea greahat success- received perfect (ul ever held In Weatare unreierredry atate Uwt It ia ever held lu Southern r Tho "Alberta Derby 7wai the supports Cleveland Diuss and WcKee Xeill. f Kahier and 0'- ev- enl In th4 running fcwh fpom" X'oeiu> cspiuied this erent In gallop. headed, first turn and although a good race, bad little vlqtor -iras one of the'prettleat actbig base hits, coming in-the. fjiteenth in- I FRENCH AMATEUR' CHAMPIONSHIPS WALTER Canadian afl-rtwnrf athletic.champion, who beat John A. Boa- Ion, "profeulonal champlMfofjtrrt Un- iUd R -Toronto, latt .Inttrnztloful Engiiah Chiwiplan and Other of the S100 hill, 32i[ oi.wbicrh he received Treeks ago Iipm a "fan" vho said he' would remainder totlay if he :w as good "for two >eeks and did npt.get ctiaied hy the .umpire., CincinoiU 6 2 8'D Suggs', La- and -Archer. La Boalfn; Prance, July The first MADE A CHANGE -Pittshiirg, .July SO Louis was to- 0. here -today, by Boston. Carrigan. and Ainsroith Collins and ATHLETICS -MADE CLEAN "SWEEP" P'1' made- a" ...of with New Yori, Yinnint. game, 'Keatiog being hit t i early vSile" Brown ii York jtbe" wayV" toot" the leadr; ed'by Smith Boirman, the firmer.of the 19l( Derby, never In (.Te'rjr: much doulat-'j in fact, 'Smith Bowman quit, at, waa nosed'out hy thei hortS which preved. suon 'In mile, event-pt the; prerlous -day. That the paTl-rnutuell are here to llay it o i I'1.} i i1.- i ci.r .StU ehi It'two New i tnouBinu niuru.iiiart .the. four than'.Jhe "opshlhg day .thi at- tendanci at fully lour it; wai yyatarday j Pittstiirg. Pi Hsburg prestnted round of golf champion- ship of France.: began here thli'fo're- Involvid.', Kncx, wtio.li plarlng'first baseband Miller in short Onti-man, It H. Hilton, Brilish amateur cbarpplon; Brovrn and Lipp Keatiaj, McCon- pounier but he.naa'a wendtrf Edward; Blackwell, the British player, hell, Hanlej.'and Sweeney. 106 dcaild VHarnioh and Sinjph. :1'.'' MINOR LEAGUES Prince Ruprjt, "the Srenglitni Sonf CHANCES .AT BALL" CAME SsJUon'- In prraent standing if'--'' '--i i Barger and- Garrity ;-.Davis" the forward Praper, of, Mlnpiaota-r Supreme. Court "ere" "Hit "'i a fine centra from r r' Columbus Toledo COURAGEOUS CAPTURED J EXETER STAKES and'Kocher Cottrel M f nea polls; person hit -'Cole and am ger." Prince.! of Waw' Stafcei Wo'n- by 00 to Dy a-ba'tted hall on ball wilcS" the public is In- irhich. p'reca en i.e.... aad a wil li Uui'ite If. i Urre ii. !.i-: 1000 lor arrmr-t July At the New martl- Louisrille'-'-... '.'Work and Casey "i-Tomey Sev- eroid: i, j j1 _' 'Northwestern i Grand Forks 2. Duluth 3. !s I ''Ti1 r new trial. granted. et July, the Exeter ;eyj-Tomcy .and Ser- for 1 Tyna" Clark's i Courageous! "six tblfour'bn.. B. Hul- 'Jv riiginiiijd.'tM'.dashiig oricr, and it i iiUlJleqaiie toejcoming r to the T-> t'il-Tcounts I'rr a it whra o'dr; consii- a ar.; attempt -''F. '.o i'fl ton'a to, H and ,to K: present iasUnce RitcMe's 'IrnMii bate to fall kack on the Fact UnF man is'ckaminm tie. .-Terry vC." f. 't" '-.Tbe.Los.An'gclet' lid tint', and "while'.some defeats i up against aei k.i H mighi almobi be said that luck a greater' part is Riir j, cfcle.'a career in Rivers'. Taie i tksfa; tipeiieiicea Wolgast "for i Itpmitt'olgatt'dn 't.told'nd Klir- fL l tri; test to 5 Jivfj; >kr eien jtoellin'g LOI" bost' fie- 1 UK "remark 'Ritchie 'lwiy, tUnnU-M .t '.'.M ,v i. Uck Kixri to i THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND _ -M- _ _ MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED bottle of "ALBERTA'S "PRIDE" i-, No ma tier bovr hard you have played, no. nutter .how tired and hot you may be, a bottle, of Alberta'i proye a reyiyiifier of; energy enching, THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING C FOUGHT NINE- ROUNDS WITH ONEJ EYE CLOSED Bloghampton, N.T., this city; tpalght, George Cohnn.. of -Al- bany, "ivhb eUinii -_thj" UghtVelgtit championship New-Tort, of gyracuK. Cohen fought nlnVwt of t' with Canadian London 8, Hamilton 4. Feterboro i, St. .Thomas Pacific Coast Portland- 7, 'fjacramtnto 1. San Francisco 7, !xis 'Angeles 3. .Venice by i'fajqr Loder'i at 100 to 9. ii: Braojey'i Catmint 4 to 1 WM lec'oniand J. A. De Hothcilld's Forty; Foil 20 to 1, third.' 'WESTERN CANADA Piwhera GentroiW" Will) PIMM with 'Cobb and Jaefeaon at The'ge'neroslty the' twlrleri cause an.dufalder td'gain the Ir'.ri'a of the -i his riVai The healthy fears j 111.- i-ppoalng twirl'iffa entertain I f of tho wrecking 'I'l'' cauied a'watamen to rccelie ps j hits; and both are'-peeved at hesrt. f' So consistently hat pasted oppbalng twrrlen that he fMla a. conspiracy has been formed to "ehjcsns him but of Urt batting Not ao" tnucn fear that toe fill to otber tb an Cobb, but hli' 'aoto a mbillcra le to. triumph over hli" He tbat he MISTS' the ball thte fof toat reason, aad. FOR .July its first ball.game of the. season from Saskatoon this, 'evening. Hulen's beat Hurley's hard.hitteri 7 to 'S on a muddy; Diamond.'Errors took a" large part m the score: i.lCOSB JAW BEAT CALGARY MOOM" 'Jaw, July 3. Manager Sieib' ".'ni i..' r.i.-ai; II i.i- co j. in. a. good game. r'lltecn greet BASEBALLJ? Xcw York" hundred, fan's .turned." out" to Lefty" Mooso pitcher, -secured from club. of.thf he 'made..' .1 the -Portland rrt! Nitieiwl-: y-'- f- "43 "2-3 .-.-.31 ?5K603- Chicago v... St. Cbuit -V.. S7. ;'.156 BALDWIN.. OUTPOINTED SHUQRUE .CITY New Hayen, Conn., July Baldwin, of (Mitpolited Joe ghuirut, of .Tsrxy City, !r. a fust round bout rrere lAit light had the VetteV of tivtjr. of 'Bronks clearly 1 l ii. f I: L. 1 :i f fx-V-r-rl1- al- n M i I i-h-' were i" I1... jptinine .t 'If v. '1 i: ,i ttned up re- on'-the lij-'jif ..R l 1 :-.n 1 it 1-r 1..; i .-i.i 1 t ;-i.-efp! 'f !.'ui free i..; -.I1- hut by Saskatoon's i "nine pi r. !'i- i' a like SssVal.oQii 020'002 01-S i Regina ..i ..'.003 110 20-7 6 100 Collins" and Walters Matz Jaw 5 Baker. (Called at end q'f-e'gb'lh on account cl and Concann'oa -and DEFENDER FOR AMERfCA'l CANOC There will Inor two moro days of _ -ff. P.C, Philadelphia ClCTflarid Chicago -S.; Boston Detroit Oew'.Yorlt Jl J7 .750 43 24 .587; 3ff-5J 46 ".387 29 '48 .317" 19' 379 New and Bostan 'canoeliU In by Canadian New' York, July' of" the RocoetWr Biiftalo Providence International 49 42 fdcfoniJei diy'a trials vtft beld cpurle, and fresh "Siaten l.sl: 33 32 L.'P.C. 23 .681 3? 38 37 34 31 31 38 .588 'as ir riade'ny Prlede, Canos Botton took par tha "Jrjal racej de' The tako place next week.ln Bay." Rilph Brlllon, the Canadfaa cbal- walcbjd (W OETJ BIO LEAGUER. la July. hunn, of the '--rT> club, .todny. i i -M..- front Iho B.-.II -i.