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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBrnDGF PAILY ITERAT.n Weilnosflny, .July 5,19H RAYMOND VS LETHBRIDGE 6.30 S^POR-T-S HENLEY HAS BRILUANT OPENING SCIENCE OF BRITON FAILED AGAINST . RUGGED PHYSIQUE OF AMERICAN English Champion In Thirteen Rounds of Terrific Milling Woigastj Reached Vital Spot in [ Moran's Body with Hayl Maker which Retained j for Him the Lightweight | Title - Englishman Had; Best of Several Rounds ARENA AT SAN FRa\NCISCO San Francisco, .July 1.-Tlic measured swing of rcfcrop Ueicli's aim tolling oft liic fatal ten sfconils nvi'v the writhing and unconscious liod> m" Owen Moran of l-lnghind l)rou.i;ln victory to Ad. Wolfzasi in tlic thirteenth round in today's international battle for the Ughtwpi;Tht championship. It ' was a clean knockout, and the decisive victory was clearly earned hy Wolgast on the left is seen In one of loo. The same referee the same ring his characteristic attitudes. Scene and probably the same crowd were as-frcm the VVoIgact-Siirns go last May. sociated with last night's lightweight the rnggert strength .ind terrilic punch in which the Irish Kid met his Water- battle. ing powers of the champion. Right -________ -\-^-...^ ______--t-t------- iippercuts to the stomach, lollowcd by a left hook to the jaw forced the game little Knglish fighter to take the count for the first time in the eleven years he has been in the ring. Woleast niei him with a well-tinrcd HIGH OLD TIME AT SWEET GRASS ON 4TH .\ Iari;t> number of .Vmericms went down 'o fJweet (iras.s. .Montana. ;'ps-tordav and f^-ieni a fine day. it heM'.,j the .glorious Fourth. U took f!v.,> si-ronadcd m\my of the loadinj citizens and i'eceivod a liboial reward. The m-'in fe.uure of the cl.iy was the liVii^i^n roimtl jirizn fi^ht bei-.vcon RAYMOND NINE HERE STRONG Uaymond will appear on the dia- JOHNSON TO FIGHT A FAST IRISHMAN rush and forced his way to close quar eoache-s to earr.v them and the i'iti-, Foley and .1 .lew. The first louttds ters Moran checked with a left jab, '-ens' Band, which wont down 'o stip-imado Foley sick ;is ;t looked as hilt" was backed acainst the ropes iii l''^ the music of the .!ay. Th.iskiitooii ....... l.'i tlraudon ......... It! rhilndelphia Cbicapo Now York St. I.ouis . PlttBbiirK Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL ..... �!;! ....... 12 ....... 42 ....... ,^!> ....... r,s ....... t;!> ....... 2,-. ....... I fi It; M .17 4n ;]� .111 3(1 13 ;-.;! p. c. .6112 .ii.S2 .r.os ..�>:il .2.SS .2SG .t>2:! .r.is ..�i,,s .232 AMERICAN Philadelphia ..... Delroit .......... Chicago ......... New York ........ '1'; Boston ........  Cleveland ........ 33 Washington ..... 2.i St. Louis ......... 1** CANADIAN CREW WINSFffiST RACE Defeated English Opponents in Initial Encounter at Great Henley Meet - Victors Race Belgians Tomorrow - Kinnear Took Singles Henley, .fuly ii.-The uim.ual vesntln 1 After leaving the half mile post th� opened todnv at glorious Henley under .Ottawas went nway splendidly, Btrlk-:,be , mo�t auspicious circumstances, ill'/^S^^'^eventtnl^l^MS^^t ^cliib houses and every Inch of avail- seconds. P.ulford'R stroke was steady able wiUer being thronged ' by'a bril-!all the way through. The steering of Hunt crowd. Great Interest attaches'both crews was erratic. The Ottawa four today were; Gor- 22 2.'! 20 32 33 40 4."> In to the presence of the .Canndlans and , rvii, ,,>i,.,, irm d'i�1'.j~ event was .chnerod more heartily j"""' O Don^h�^, kill and Pnlford. '^71 jthan the first heat for the Steward's r.j-.cup. Then the Ottawa four won easily -------.......- - v^n'from London Rowing Club by uvo ;"ieir great struggo tomorrow against "JlIlenKths. The lesnlt Is all the more I'l'c nelgians In the first heat ot the gratityinK as London has a strong .^'t"""'* Challenge Cup. �j'r-^y jcre-.v, while speaking generally it Is, Klnnear Won "oj;-� conceded that not in several years i In the Wanituid Sculls today the "-11 have more lavorabble crews been seen ! first heat was won by Kinnoar, who jon the vlvcr. jboat Keene easily. Games in the Big Leagues DISTRICT FOOTBALL Ot*f THURSDAY The first ftame In the District Football Len.aue In the city will be played off on Thursday evening at the Hall Grounds between the Lethbrid.qo Rangers and the Lethbridge Roverg^,, The match was ^stponed on account of rain from Tuesday of last week. Kick-off rt.to. Referee Gurr. CY YOUNG TO CHANGE HIS PITCHING METHOD Ixjudon, .I.uly 4.-,Inck .lohnson celebrated the anniver.'^ary of his Reno mond at tiio Atbietie Park this even- battle bv signini; articlbs of ficht Pat-, ^ , . ,j lniit the, libnvs in qtieslion were' plainly seen ironi the ringside and tho protest was disallowed Never for a moment during the battle did the terrific pace .slacten. The .\nicrican car-i ried the fiit his mouth | bleeding from tV.e ftrst round At lonn range Moran rlearlv (lutiiointed the : Michigan hoy, his clever ducking and i footwork extricated him from many a tight ooi-ner. It was a bottle of a, clever and experienced buxer tg.iinst � tearing, ripping liglner, a.ul the , �it{Mlt weathered the sinria '.'th never a siRB distress. ' It was a rough fight 'rom y'.^trl io'; falsli. The first was the chaia;ii.iu's ' round bv a margin and .\Ior:iii caine ENGLISH CRICKET London, .fuiy ,'.-Oxford beat Cam, bridge todijy at Lords by 74 runs. L;in-cashire won from Hampshire by an inning and 4rir) runs. Norlhampton-Btiire beat Uei-'iyshire by l(i7 runs. Yorkshire boat Worcestershire by nine wickets. Koui beat the Indians by nine wickets. while between each delivery. "Rube Waddell and I used to pitch a good deal alike,' said Cy. "As soon as we sot the ball we'd p,ull back and let 'or so. We used a fast ball most of the time and didn't even wait to get the signal from the catcher. "In late years I have curved the ball more than I used to, and have waited between pitches for the fielders to get shifted." Joe i Kid) Lee, the Chelsea bantam, is trying to get on in a bout with Johnny Cot Ion. The Vet. Pulling Elephant's Tooth in Sells-Floto Gircus NATIONAL At Chicago (10 innings)- 000 020 000 0-2 000 000 020 0-2 Second game- Chicago ...... OOS 000 OOx-8 Cincinnati ____ 000 100 002-3 Brooklyn ...... 002 000 02x-4 Boston ........ 010 OOO 010-2 Second game (10 innings)- Brooklyn ... 000 000 002 0-2 Boston ..... 010 000 001 1-3 SASKATOON LOST GAME IN THE FIRST SPASM Saskatoon, July 4.-Three errors In the first cost Saskatoon a win In this morning's game with the Kskimos. QJ Edmonton tallied two in the first inning, but Saskatoon oamo back strong in the second and equalized, when Carney, Callahan and Daubcrt all got singles. Edmonton scored a run In the fourth on a hit by Vandine, an error by Sheridan and a sacrifice by Dtidley, and obtained their fourth In the eighth when .Mills got to first on an error, Mackin sacrificed and Brennan, after making, third on a wild pitch, came home on a long fly to Tralnor in centre field. Pittsburg ____ 10� 400 00.\-11 U St. Louis..... 010 000 000- 1 6 Second game- Pittsburg ..... 200 000 000-2 7 St. Louis...... 000 030 000-3 11 Philadelphia .. 1,30 120 OOx-7 14 .\ew York.....010' 000 310-5 10 Second game- Philadelphia . 003 001 ,S11-11 12 New York____ 004 001 002- 7 13 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus ..... 000 001 000-1 8 Indianapolis . . 000 020 031-fi 9 i Second game- Columbus .. liidhinapolis 000 100 020-3 7 100- OHO 000-5 8 202 000 100-,t 10 001 210 202-8 10 Kansas City '^Ilhvaukcc .. Second game- Kansas City ., 003 010 22x-S 10 .Milwaukee ____ 310 000 200-fi 9 Louisville ..... 000 000 100-1 fi Toledo ....... 000 000 202-4 fi Second game- Louisville ..... 000 203 00.x-5 12 Toledo ....... 100 002 010-4 i) St, Paul ...... 001 102 Oil-fi 11 Minneapolis , . 001 020 021-fi 8 WET AGAIN Moose Jaw and Calgary were prevented from playing. Rnln. BRANDON TpOK TWO GAMES FROM WINNIPEG Winnipeg, July 4.-The afternooa game of the double header here today was slow and llstlegs, and with the aid of an intervening shower etretch-ed over nearly three hours. Winnipeg lost by 5 to 3. Second Game The aecond ball game of the flouble-header was much after the style of thc first-of the most part a pitcher's battle. Runs were few and far between, and not until the eighth did Brandon notch a run, when the score was evened by two runs being corralled and no score being obtained by either team In the ninth. The gamo went Into the tenth when Brandon raked in two more, cloeing the gamo 4-2 in their favor. ^baek lor the sscond with in.-itmetin.s The SoilB-Floto Shows Coni.olidMod .there is In the ;imusenieiU world which .eounlry. The Tioum. Louvre have '.to stay ��'��. With wonderful ji.dg- Circus, which eomes to LethbridRo on lis really worth while. Inever'heen seen ui ibis'country Uo- ;n^ent ol (Hstanoe he slipped f,way Saturday, .Inly 1''', is a eoiublnulion � From the oiieiiinK pageant lo the '""Iwidc of clowns .M'nom Wt4ga�t's vicious sw.inf;s, flash- of two of the mosi popular shows, j I lippodrom,. races ibo acts in thes,; �"�*"'�"'' iti� Jil Wj^�le�a out liMts and u.glits which lourod tho country bor,;tofo! e ; coiubineil sb.iw.-; nr.' the very best and :tte: �hiunilicci qMuud up It was isoparatwly. Thesis shows are now roc-j'''''''' oht:iiuablo In Immoiki and .Moray's nmti vaihe u...u�inimd to joanized aa a circus of th'o best (dass ptiKrtia tlM sauia taotioa Hirouigii tJiojaud of th,. gi'aator kind. Th� union ijBlit. jof these shows iiieliides Just about all are iioi iPtiblie. l.ui li.ive m/iiiy really fiiiiuy |i!tunis v.iiie,! are actually ludierouM Ainei-iatid Lead All Clown SluutH. lea. FeoiiU) Cuibo who slides head , The price of aidriilssion Is 2'. cents. (iownw:ir(i.-; (in a wire frmu the (lomc l.>o not pay any more. Tickets are on 01 iha blii lent, a marvollouH novelty sale hk oarly as ;i o'clock on the day ael, is licuu for iho Ural tlmu Ui atyfJuC ouch muformaucB. EASTERN Newark ...... OOO 100 020-3 , 9 Jersey City ... 000 030 04x-7 10 Second game do Innings)-Jersey City . 000 012 000 1-4 5 Newark ____ 102 000 000 0-3 11 Toronto ...... 000 010 000-1 (i Rochester ____ 112 000 OOx-4 8 Second game-Toronto ...... 100 010 010-3 7 i Uochef.tfir ____ 002 100 Olx-4 11 .Montreal ...... UiO 122 Odd-5 fi Hutfulo ....... 000 000 020-2 10 Provldenco ____ 302 000 00- -5 il Hiiltlmore ...... 202 000 00-4 (1 Second aanie- I'rovidouee----ooi) mo 000-1 9 U'ilUuioro..... 000 010 04x-u 9 First Across the Line If you want to " take the wind out of their saiU " offer your fastidious friends one or two Black Cat Cigarettes-10 for 10 Cent! Tell them the price aAer they've smoked them-and see if they'll believe it possible. Smooth, sweet, Virginia tobacco of a picked crop, sun-cured, and rolled in delicate rice-paper-that's the story of every Black Cat Cigarette. And it's a story well worth remembering if you care for a quality smoke. TO-DAY-tit all good tobacconisU. CARRERAS * MARCIANUS CICARCTTES, Limit�ii, Monlr*�l, QuaW ;