Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETIIBKIDiGE DAILY HERALD Friday, July ALL THE LOCAL ANO FOREMCtT EVENTS WOLGAST-RIVERS GO DOUBLE KNOCKOUT Wolgast Punched Rivers Below the Belt and Rivei Immediately Shivered the Champion With Jolt to Jaw and They Both Took the Count But the Referee Declared Wolgast the Decision REFEREE SAYS PICTURES OF FIGHT WILL SHOW DECJSION TO BE RIGHT Statement TJOC Angelas, July Welsh tonight: "Wolgaat was the be-fore Hivarj went down Wolfait had landed a, RMVV left to the body, bftlow ;the pit of the stomach, and followed "with another smuh with the right almost to the tame place. Neither Wow wit low. I did not.'iM what happened to Wol gart did seem is if he had been foaled, but the pictures will ihow that I rijht and that taere wai not a foul blow struck." Rlvtn All the Way Veraon Arena, Los Angeles, July 4. -with1 the" aM of Ret Jack Welch, retained his claim to the lightweight championship' today in the Veraou Arena, .when he -was given the decision over Joe Rivers, of Ixis .Angeles, in the thirteenth round. Rivers had the advantage of practi- cally every round, save one or two in which Wolgast had a shade the let- ter In the thirteenth round, Wolgast tired; and 'bleeding profusely, sudden- ly struck Rivers a vicious left in -the groin.. At the. same instant, River: righUarided flush on Walga'sl's and tite champion went down and out Disregarding claims of a foul made ,hy Rivers' .manager, Referee 'Welch called toe 'Mexican youth out, and then -turning, picked-up the uncon Walltst and declared him the winner. Ywpoa Arena, Los Angeles, July 4, .after time, following import- ant championiBhip matches, Hie claim ,baj -been set up that the loser was roh- juit as often the puhlic have cry.down, tut this will not be the' cue regarding- the Wolgast Rivtri fickt.here tkia aftarnoon, when Kelene Tern Wei ah, after Wolgut iad keen knocked out. by Rivers, pick- ed the cnampon up and announced and appeared very confident of th> outcome. "There will -be a new champion in 34 hour or he remarked. His seconds were announced as Joe Levy Reger B. Coanell, Andy Rivers, Al Kaufman, Willie Rooney and Bill Al drich. Four minutea later Wolgast climbed into the ring amid a great chear. He shook haada with and then went to bis-corner, tae one with the sun in his back, which he had won when the toes was made. Wolgugt's seconds were Tom Jones; Hobo Dou- gherty. Pete McVey, Mickey McKen- zie and Fraat Brensan. Betting at the ring side was 10 to 6 of Wolgalt, and considerable money was 'wagered, although there more Woigaat money than Riv The champion shortly 'before nterlng the arena, placed a feet of he wu the Aid to the fact that WcfcMt had knocked out jimt'M be Rivers, hitting1 him in grow, far two rta- aonis Wblgaut was beaten.: The blow truck juit bafare conclusion of thirteenth round, when both were practically all and nej ther swmmjlj pOMeiiiv sufficient .strength to put the otter away. A last determined effort on pare of was met by Rivers, ud the latter came off beat m tbe exchange ts had done pmctieally in all of the round! Wolvut and in a tawrific left to Rivers' groin, hitting him away low, and immediate- ly afterward Rivers landed a terrific right, to tho champion's: jaw and the hit -mat and lapsed into un- consciousness, Hiters slowly sank to mat exhausted. blow to his groin had done its work. He wag as vveak as water. Decision Swifts him sink -to the noor Welsh advanced and commepced to count him :out, despite the crfci from those not play the Overseas against the pick of Calhes and O E and' send the winners. Reserve men to.be picked by, INTERESTED. bases full with only oho man down, but Gray's excellent control saved the situation arid by fanning the next two men, kept Pincher from scoring. Then in the seventh Leeper made a sensa- tional stop at thlrii, saving what would undoubtedly given Pincher a run. Leeper's work on the field was excellent and the plaudits, ot the crowd, several times making're- inarkable stops. Tucker for-' Pinclie: also shone, making the catch'-of the evening.-., The fielding on both sides was the average, though errors nould creep in, Lee early in the gameroehig; a bad one, but later retrieved by a bril- liant double play, Leeper to Judson to I! Lee Whilst there not murh to choose between the sides on thccfleld, Taber'showed 'their su- premacy in their to hit, anil Graj had it erv rfly" on the Pincher tnirlers In the seventh Gray had the side, out ou three pitched bails, through a double play and a throw to fiTst. Campbell took long chances in trying to steal home "from'.'third in the third itnd seienth, failing to connect Tl Lee on first was off and Pincher's first baseman could not refrain from chinning with the crowd Washington Took .Both Washington, July won a double-header from New Yook today, taking both -games m., easy fashion. .Chicago and Cleveland Split Chicago, July won and lost a game to Cleveland today, win- ning the morning contest and losing the afternoon. Seattle Spokane Vancouver Ictoi la Portland Tacoma Northwestern 44 10 39 3T 3S .740 .733 C21 .450 .422 122 .101 .400 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS A ellghl decline Is nolk'cablo loday In Bruin prices on-thu looiil murtet. Tho quotations on meat remain un- altered, 'wlille1 butter and eggs stand firm. There aro no vui'lnUang on tho vegetable market. Tho following are tho wholesale prices: No.. 3 Nortliorn No 2 ihern No. 3 Northern o go No. 4 NNo. 5 0.53' No. (i 0.40. No. 1 Alberta Red o.81 No. 2 Alberta Red 0.80 No. 3 Alberta Heil 0.77 No. 4 Alberta Red O.lili No. ii Alberta Rsil o.CS No. li Alberta Red .0.41 Bran, per ion 21.00 Shorts, per ton 23.00 Oats, jior ton, sacked 28.0U Hailed oats 29.00 Vegetable: per ton 27.00 to 35.00 Potatoes, per ton 28.00 to 35.00 Beets, per Ib 0.3 Carrots, per Ib O.Stf Turnips, per 401b. case 4.60 Onions, per ]001b. case 4.50 Butter and Egos' Dairy butter o.2o Creamery butter. 0.33 Eggs, fresh 0.25- FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., July 5. TJie grain markets opening- and closing prices today were: S. O. E. SECOND ELEVEN PhAYS STRONG GAME Athletics Win and Lose tfuly 4.-r-Bpston brojce even 'by taking the afternoon game anil.losing ithe morning game Jiero to- day. Association Minneapolis 9, St.. Paul 5. Lbu.svlUe ,1. Toledo 3, Indianapolis 1. Kansas City 7, Milwaukee 2. International Toronto 6, Buffalo Toronto Buffalo 7. Rochester 5, Montreal 3. Rochester 10, Montreal 5. .Baltimore 2, Providence 1. 'Baltimore 6. Providence 4. Newark 7, Jersey City 4. Newark, 3, Jersey City 0. R: Lee, Ib Leeper, 3b Campbell, ss Gray, p Judson, 2b Orr, If Parrar cf Cock, ;-rf A. ,Lee, o AB a H PO A E 3 117 4 0 4 0 3 -0 3 0 3 0 3 1 3 1 2 0 ft olgasi st clin clinch- ed, both holding on. Wolgast nearly went over from a right to.the jaw, but bored light In. putting left to the wind "Take your time Joe, .you've got shoiiteil Manger Levy to Riverii. Twice -Wolgast missed, Rivers putting in lefts- to the fuce Woigast 'was getting wilder than ever, but Rivers kept away Both bojs were flghtlng tread to. head, 'yvolgast suddenly crouched and sent in a terrific left directly over Rivers' groin; At the name instant Rivers put his right to Wol- gt'st's jaw and the champion went down and practically out Rivers fell also, writhing In pain, and Welch began lo count Claims ot foul in be- half of Rivers, Welch. The u..... from the floor end declared him the winner. 'His-Be. the ring. Pincher Creek- Hensler, 3b Tucker, ss Dapper, Ib Rau, 2b Dapp-er, p If Pickett, cf-j) Gill, rf Lee, c La Vassauer, If 30 G 6 27 IS AB R H PO V 1 1 0 0 3 ,3. 0 0 vVancouver 11, Portland 0. Vancouver 4, Portland 2. Spokane 7, "Tacomn 0. Spokane 1, Tacoma 0. vSeattle o. .Seattle 0. Central International Grand Forks, Winnipeg 4. Winnipeg 2, .GrantLForks 1. .Duiutu 14, Superior 3. 0 1 not heeded The icfcYee picked Wolgast up declared him the had .to caixy him _........ _ was still lyinjr on the floor'but in a moment arose tin- tided.The ring wasMn a state of semi- rlot Welch, seeing the croud coming. announced that .WolgaBt the win- ner and Immediately ttlsnppeftred. was the worst robbery in !he hlstorj' American said >fanager Levy. "Never Iwforfi have I seen a referee plfk up a, man and then 1 4 21 10 the Game After the "game, a spectator re- marked that he had. seen, games in the .Western Canada and .the South- ern and he thought the south could ,show the'best-class of ball. Pickett relieved .Jim Dapper pitch- ing, commencing with the sixth inn- ing Dapper taking'his place m cen- tre field. La Vassuer relieved Gill, who was a pitched ,ball in'lhe Summary: Bases on balls, Judson; 2-base hits, Leper, Roy Sybase hits, Campbell, Leper; double play. Leper Judson and Ko> Lee, hit by pitched ball, Hensler, Dapper, Gill; struck out, by Gray.-7, by Dapper 5, by Pickett 2 Umpire McKeHar. Warner Played at Sweet Grass Yesterday and Canadian Hamilton 5; Berlin 4. Ottawa 6, Peterboro 2 Ottawa 4, Peterboro 0. :Brantford 3, Guelph 1. Cruelph 4, Brnntford 2. RILEY DEFEATED FOLEIMTSTERDAY .-Colitis, July Foley, the local mitt artist, got lilt tonight' at' the hands of Kid mixer, when -they; clashed in the squared circle .in Kennedy's Hall, Sweet Grass 'The bout was affair, and fans got full value for their money for. the mill went the whole route, Rlley. winning the decision on points getting was 2 to 1 on the Iowa man who showed he .had something oil Fpley from the first gong. The crowd was the largest ever in attendance at a .fight here. Kennedy's Wall be- ing .altogether to small to .hold- all who bad come for miles around for the celebration. Defeated Overseas and Have Two-Point Lead in Standing a uctoiv of three godls to one tliCj. England intermediate temu defeated the Overseas interme- diates last evening at the Athletic park in a game full of interesting passages puts tlie Sons well in the running for. the junior champion- ship, an honor they deserve oil tlieir last performances. The first half of the game on this occasion was not wit-ll excitement although tho Overseas were the first to score. The Suns up ifter tins, ic- mse and made matters inttrcsting lor Lheir opponents Vlthough the Sons in the stand urging their favorites it of Iit- UL Use as, half time alined with the Seasrleading hv one goal. It'was in second half that the gime reached a climax, when both goalkeepers we usite.l in turii, tho Ou'rseas partic Ifiilj being hard piessed bj the and front a penalty kick Jorda of the Sons1 piloted the ball past tli Overseas goalkeeper and the crou cheered Shortly afterwards the Son stored again through Clapton, took of a slight wcaknes on the part 01 Home, who inmblc the bail in his own goal mouth Jo dan of tile Sons again came to th fiont and pul his team iur.th.cr ahea ulth a shot fooled Home con? The gamp after this a (nfiii slow, and the final scoi btootl Sons 3 goals, Oveiscas i goal Tlie-.following were the'teams S 0 Ilolbrrton October July October Ex. No. open 107% 9554- -11% 1 Feed, July 192 October Closing Cash- Prices- No 1 Northein .t No 2 No. Northern No. -1................. No. 6................. Feed.................. No. 2 C. No. 1............... Minneapolis Wheat Open September 102T4 103 Chicago Wheat July September December., 104 Close 107 37 !6 167 107 104 98 'A' 0014 Close 109 108 101 102 WHEAT PRICES Chicago, set- back to, prices resulted from reporta" that the iwinterrwheat -crop promised to equal or exceed last year's total.. The .close Was weak, with September 3'A to 2% cents net -lower at 101. Bennett, Flier, Dnlull, Iluggettj Ball and Clavton. McHhee, Whcelan Davis, lllltton, 0. Hannerman, Hook McKenna, l-Iincks iui( Sfccddcn. Tennarit, STANDING OF TNTERME'JI.V'I'ES O. D Callie- Overscas P W I, I) F A ljls 3 2 0 I 8- 3 'n 3 I '1- I .5 3 3 1 30 3 11 2 M till' ht'St Warner, Jul; 4 local hasebill team went to SHCO'.'Grass ind in a seven inning gaftic with the hoys of the houmlar) town c.ime ouHic- torious, tlic score bpinj; 11 lo 1 Good was playcil for a in- after which tlic boundary lioys went lo pieces. Gorril did Warner's Lwklinf Luker Devvars Special Liqueur "The Standard ol the Fnipire" J. M DOUGLAS CO. i n A n LIVERPOOL GRAIN PRICES Lhenxjol, Tnly spot, No. 2 Red' Western win'tev, strong, Ss No 2 "Manitoba, ,NTo. .3, "7s. Futures, 7s. Australians Win Again at Henley and Will Row In Finals Tomorrow Kenley-on-Thames, July day of the Jtoyai Henley Regatta open- id today, the teature events being tbo rowing off of the fourth heat oC tho rand Challenge cup which wng won )y the AustrallHna defeated New College, Oxford, by one., length. To- norrow they will- meet the leaders n the-fiuals. The finals-will also be off. which are-the.Ladies' Plate and the Thames Cup. for eight- oared Cup Cor the vis tors and Wyfold for fours, the wirs and the diamonds. The King and Queen will be in attendance. Catholic Club Supports a Winning Baseball Team The Catholic Young Men's Club oasts of a baseball' nine of some lasa. They have played several ame-a this -year _and have yet to aste defeat: Last night they got to icir old time rivals, the Rex Cigar tore nine, for ,the'third'time this easpn. winning out by a score ot 12 o 5, Doc. Gallivan, .veteran of many .ittles waa on the mound for the win- ers. and his assortment was all to he merry. KILBANE HAD BEST OF IT ets Decision Over Tom- my Deacon at Cleveland Cleveland, July Kllhani eaithenrelght champion, won over omray Deacon last night, their Ilglit rounds. No de- sion was renoVred by tho referee. it the spccttttlira' nnd newspaper enllct acoordcdt. the. Cleveland lad ic victory, llotlr lads were fast on lelr feet, and KJIbane showed nuioli the "getting away"