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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, July 5, RITCHIE'S RIGHT SWING TO JAW WAS TOO MUCH Champion's Famous Wollop Did the Trick in Eleventh Round RIVERS HAD THE Ritchie Outbaxed His Man at Stage and Rivers Hit Wildly MARTY FOR CVTOOLE OUT REST OF SEASON July vdcaed tighj, cross, the same blow that was against Ad. Wolgast, prorefJ too great n stumbling blork lo Joe lUvers "in his fittempl to lest the HgMwcighl tills trom' 'CJimtnpion Uitchie at tlie EisMh! 'street open air arena here toilay, the the i Now York, July O'Toole a member ot tho Ins st.xfr of tho Pllisburg Ma- lional'Ungup club, operat- ed ujwn yesterday tor ap( rills nt n The fact, tlitl not knovvn until last O'- Toole not lie nbtc id'1 play ball again tins, eta-son. 31 rs, O'TtjoIo. ffife. of Hie pitcher. is just recovering from a similar operation. Rivers lintted n U-rrisic left to the Eolnr: plexus, slipping in' his Vuee.s. Ritchie staggered tits man with r uross to Uir jaw as tlie boll rsrg, but Rivets had the advaislags 01 the 5i5 knocked out -in flcVenih. round of a scheduled twenty bjitUe. iMUKdia.cly preceding ihe tnoct- ccrej Kjtrmc- toppled his TictiB, u., boliv or the o! nine wiin riSM to 3 a j S- ,viill two tights ,t f ,vas E0 thq jaw and nnother right to the tl> ,hl. from Us force. It rliiB, preceded bj- a left iu the stom- Hivcrs. and ecn; Kivrrs' chances ns a Mj liglitweigbt conteiider. t The fight thrDUghout was viciously j Hirers, "covering'up. penetrated hi-, contested aad twice in tte earner onpollPnt.s -suarlf tounils it looked as thnugh h.ivers uiight whu Ritchie's wonderful ring generalship and ability to hit straight from shouMcr with elth- 'cr hand, offset ean's attack and it'was not long bc: i fore Rivers beerime-disheartened and f pinned "his'fuitU'on wild swings, Seine j 01 vi'hicb he liapwl would land fot a times wiUi left to the boriy. a right cross to tte almost floored the champion. .A closing fusiladc oi rights aod lefts by the southerner gave him the voumL 5; Affrr receiving sevf Jeffs tu the face, LEACfr.CJROSS IS ANDERSON'S MASTER Knockout: in Twelfth Rottnd Extremely Decisive and Caused Anxiety a rigjit swing to tli'o 'jaw, Leach Cross, the N'ew York lightweight, knocked out "Uud" Anderson, 'ol Oregon, today, in twelfth rctind of whtit wos to havii hcen fwenty-rauiul battle at Ver- non Aronn. The landed with terrific fo'ree, and Andoraon was uu- conscions tor-move than four mluute.5. Wherj he went lie struck a thnd. ami bis inertness, ns he lay in ring, sitencetl Ihe nsual plaudits o s WILtARD FOUND .WILLIAMS 'PRETTY _ Reno, July Jess Willnvd-Janies Williams fight sloped in Urn t-ti'htli rouud. and the- iloelalou g.-ven ic WIHsT.l. Williams badly iiunlsltcd. .j A SECOND CRIED FAKE AND HE GOT HIS for the winneT. was dead: Cro' [rum ilig ring, The crowd he instead o( retiriug t auxioiisiy over ills prostrate Hdvcrsnry, nbd when Ander- son finally rallied the vanquished pns- iliBt was hsliied to bis 'corner ij'y Cue ioT. Anderson was so weak that ho was carried to his dressing room. Cross lind tue better at Ihe light all way, with swinging blows to the face and body, several of which itaggcced .llitchte .and caused uneasiness ii, his HOUND 6 Kivers rusiied fiercelv to clos? RITCHIE Conqutror of Ad. Wolgast, was unknown ,to ring followers a over a year ago. Ha came into prom- inence by substituting for Wolgast who was stricken down with appendicitis just before his scrudiiled 20-ro'und (bout-, with Freddlt Welsh. uutaiitjlt'bs 111 IJ1S corner. The Sau Franciscan rallied t Kttchic again outhdx- j a sensation by his showing ag. in the filth. End theveatter displayed Tmu" imrt aBain Ititt-hie sentlainst Welsh, "and althounh he lost the .__ _. ._ r Jihis ntfltr rind n declsion, he held the British champion nearly even. Welsh, by beating RH- left and right smashes to the face, which cut deeply and easily Mocked or evaded the poorly timed swings, nianr of which were far wide the to true championship ond 'o Meiicaa's wild riishej with snappy I tateiag Hivcrs _ clinch. It was.-.KitehiD's rdniM. UOUN'D 7 couly outhuycd Rivers, de- vi mo: lightning-lite to the mark. The champion fairly beamed i Mexlcan's opening a cut -with confidence as the fight Progress- tlle Suddenly the Mexican ed. In the seventh he opened a gash I himself nt the champion and above Rivers' left eye, and in the Ia" him hetueen the "following round cut his fare severely his rushing tactics with a. volley of snappy, left jabs. I1''1 roullt' ended. An even round. of snappy 'i'he tenth round'seemed the ultimate defeat o't'thn'chaltenger. left to' present ger left uppercut to the cliin'v.hich Mtf- ttl him irom-the-floor causing him to falL The eleveritti anq .final 'found had scarcely opened when light shot out .straight, from the. Rivers squarely on the jaw.and sending him to. (he mat. N'irie seconds were tolled oft before tke almost'' helpless fishier "regained Quietly the champion's- left found the Mexican's ar.ii a tight uppercut struck the pugilist's javr, sending him pronp. The Sought under perfect weather conditions in the open and was witnessed by ffrtnni it was- ROUND a. Bivers look the aggressive, but ter somVsparring .the champion sc'r.t in a .right face hlpw, bringing biood fcom "the Mexican's were eicifcd and-iought to a-clinch', Riv- ers misbijig several terrific swings Ritchie's round. ROUND 9 Hivers opened with a clean .Jeft chie this, occasion claims the world's lightweight championships, but Americans are nit prone'to take his claim seriously. Welsh is looked WHITE.WAS AFRAID TO WITH LOCAL -CLUB TOURNEY START'S MONDAY MORNING Youngsters' Fight at Albany Cause of Small Race With Chnlr Hit DUNDEESCORES THREEKNOCK DOWNS Gained Decision Over Dixon in Ten Rounds, ol Hani Mil ling ._ FAMOUS AUTO i DMVJEfrMET DEATH Harry Knight's_ Car Blew n Tire and Smash-Up Resulted RACES AT COLUMBUS Mechanician Died in Hospital from fnJurlcs-Miilfofd Won Race _ Columbus, Ohio, July o. Albuuuermie, .Inly of tloiiEtou Texfs Albany, .Inly race riot nearly'resultcd on account of Iho Iio.v- iUB bout (u Qaltty Ire- livecn Kid llc-ury, of Troy, and Sam Laucford. of Urooklyu, kill 'pugilists. '-Hie was under the auspices of. the American was slrm.k on wjth Henry vns receiving a beating, chair, Uicrhiiis liini and when, (t Is alleged. In the .eighth .1 '.-asi, on round he deliberately fouled Langioral tlio "signal a fiec-for- by Hitting aim In tlie groin. One of nil fight. Dm lug cxcltc-ranii Lang ovi.r .oiniuy Ulxon. of Ktincas Cfly, r onu hundredth Inn or '-00 :t Ihu end of leii of fcnvd ftKhl-j race, under Ilio auspk't ing here todny. Throe JinoeJi-iiuwns tlin associa- xura by JVindi-'o. Dixon hnd been -out ot (fie r -irr, lunilM'a rushes with solid Hfiht ami i mtmitps K-cniue of ougino hooka to the jaw and lerMMc "'ollblLS uml llilt' re-entered. H0 iipiio.-cutfi 10 tho aloumch. Dun- ivva8 to beon running at secoKdj cileJ and 11'crd lay on fh'1 floor imconseioiis On. Monday, morning tcap-shootprs from all the west, As- semble here the annual tourna- ment of tbe'Letlibridgc Oun Club. U is th'ai'.same thirty shooters l he entered day's s entered ia th shoot ]Avm the events, ami the or.c ol the best Kilcliie Met tte jrei'tcan's rushes and put in a right uppcrcut to thr. jaw. He then whipped rieht and Iclt to the jaw. liivers 'then'took com- mand and worried llic champion with several to the raw. HOUND 2 Ritchie drove right ana leil to the hods- and then whipped hia right to llie jaiv. Rivers Ird hack fiercely and D ercey an Ritchie bled slightly from Ihc mouth. hook ro ttic jaw. Tlie CVcr, volic-yed fiercely with right and left shott arm blows to the jaw. IZUcrs; tlic-n worked in two rights to the J.VA- and evened up the round. ROl.'XD 10 Rivers rushed" am! oulf KitcluVs li-.ver rlpfensive work saved him Irom sci-eral (inrn face jolts. Ritchie then almost lifted Hie .Mexican off his Icct with n left uppercut to the jaw. r.ilrhie's round. ROC.'.VD 11 The champion scored twice (o the iaif with the right, anil Hivcrs took the- count ol nine. Gasping, he rose j to his ict.1 and almost immeulatelv a left upjicrciit to the. jasv followed wun a right cross to Ihc seme place sent Hivcrs' I'hnrupionsliip ambitions ever held iu "Lefhuridgc. There will, be niiie events on the programme. President B. Orcen and A. (H.- Statiijrd have Ijeen in -Calgary1 aUcndins the. shoot there this, week, and lining up a rjunci'i of good ones to hcrc.-and; west io the Eastern 13. C. Tlie local Ciun Club has had a very siicccaslul year'to date. 15. O. Stick- upon now as Ritchie's foremost an- 'ey, secretary-treasurer, who won the :.Stciens trophy, last Saturday, has been busy tor the past- hiontl) lining up the best it, the province for the shoot Irere on Monday. Other mem- bers of the club on the tournament Marks, K. Johnston. '.I. Liv- ingstone, A. King and T. Vuill. A number oE professional trap shooters from U'limipeg and ypokaue are expected to te for the day. From those who wish to follow the circuit may go to Nelson, July Jl and 12. Uevelstoko, July II and 15, Armstrong, July 111 and IT. Juiv 18 and' HI. Kamloops, .Inly 31 and 23. .The list ol events "jTiiii prizrs fol- go Boy No Difficulty Gain- g Decision at-New Orleans__ Opponent Ran-Away Xen- Orleans, July eigh- teen rounds of unsatlifcc'tory lDB_licrc tcday llie. parish authorities the fight between Charliu White Jack Hriltbn, of Chiraso, ceased to he a "hoxina ._ ordered the Britton, who ouibo.ved U'hite in all! AiMerf musty JIO 00 except two rounds, was awarded the Event il 50 uetifiion. The uactle o-as 10 have been] Added a twenty-round atfalr. Event 3-15 TargcU-Kntrancc t-.'xcept in the fourth and seventh i Added money UJJ1UI 1 IfJn.S Tlie referee iiKthip the winner. rounds. White syas on the defecslve, i 1''reni 20 Entrance and Referee fiurlio cft'Jtioued him gev-j- Added monry Jjfj.OO. jeral timt-s against his conliiiucd Elntrancc; ling. Added money S) 5. 00. Whitn, however, hesit backing away Targets Entrance from Brltton; and rounds ,vem from however, hesit backing away j the last row seemingly trying to avoid his corner to corner, years experience in blcudiug Havana tobaccos. lit de get the street, rich, juollow flavor of the choicest Santa Clara none of lite heavy bitter .taste of ordinary Cuban cigars. Is A Blend To Please The Popular taste It is a delightfully mild, yet satisfying rinc looking a generous smoke for the mouey. The flavor will certainly appeal to you. Ask your cigar man for "Fior de J. BKUCB PAVNE iiWlTED, GRANBY, P.Q. Event First prize, Alberta's Pride Cup, ildnaled by the Lrth- llrcuing and Plaiting Co., vahird at Sl.iO, sni! an accompany- cup.valued at S25 second prize valued at thirr! prize val- ued at Alherta's Pride Challenge Cup is to he shot for on..the grounds ol the Alherta Gun Cluli, f.ethhridgc. each year. This event- is tipen only to residents of Alherta ard I Intern Hriliili Cnlumhia. Evrnt Kivn men tram. I-'irst- prize, cup valued at S20, donated by II F Event 8-20 Targets-Entrance fa.OO. -Addrd money Event 0-20 Tarjrrts-Entrance 52 (10 Atlrtpil money f20.Ho! ALBERT VWMcKEAG Of JohanncEbiirg, .the Canadian winner of the. motbi'-cycle In South Africa. The distance was 421 miles and he finished 24 minutes ahead of the second rider. McKeag went from Toronto to South Africa with the Strathcona Horre, and fought through the Boer war with the Canadian con- tingent, afterwards makiny his home in South Afi-ica. ST. MARY'S DEFEATED ST. CYPRIAN'S uue Last Ended 3 to 1 Mai-y'a Juniors met St. Cyprlan'a last night in a Junior League (ootnail fixture. A very interesting game cnfl- ed In a win for St. Mary'a hy 3 to 1. Tho ivinne.-s1 team: J.- Bakor; Jones and RembrldKc: Hlley, O. firisl a nit A. Baker, Sumncr, V. Grist and 0. Oriel AND PlSTOl, Winchester Cartridges are made in all calibers for all. kinds of rifles, revolvers and pistols. They are loaded with smokeless and black powder and various kinds of bullets. From thfe liny .22 to the big .50 caliber they shoot uniformly and accurately. They always effective for small ffamc, big (fame, dangerous game, target practice or pro- tection. Winchester Car- tridges may cost a few cents I mort over the tovmtrr, but p- any difference in price more than made up by their superior quality and general reliability. Insist upon having Winchester malic, and FOR the witnesses ran ovnr ICniclu'a which had fallen to tho ti-.-ick. Badly Broke n Up Jenkins ncoiarcd he, Van over some. s. out not know whether It (was a body or of ,hl, nmchlni, iCnlghfa head b.iiil.v sraasBed jam! tlie top imrUy lorn olf HlB were driven Into his arm pila and inL j l-Mluiln.ior cf Uir, body badly mntllal. ,cil. V.'he.i the tire Weiv up (he err over Usictf-aiid' landed In r.M position. Tho ni-eclutulcluo '.war. thrown put at the first turn ani jsiiriercd a fraciured skull. Knight wiis nnd lunslred under his I stecrl.-.f wheel, .which roll out last as -tho car. fhmlly rijihted. j..i-Ki'11'l'i Palnin, who was follow In close..on tho hitla of Knight and Jen- i hlns, v.-.-is ruimliig at a rale ot speed, hut managed to sliave by (ho wrecked car without smashing into ;lt. Tlio accident occurred almost iiu- mediately In of tho grand sland was ivilnessed cliousands of Although Knight, save, .as Jndlaiiiipolls. hia unrcats llvu at .loucaboro. Ond., near MiiTlon. Ho was yours old. iro Eofu- cil the lltlo of "hern- of the oils several yc-ara afjo. lie tnuiBhod into h brick wall in I preference to runnlny down a driver i-who had been thron-n from his CUT to I the truck. Just previous to tho tlmo he lu.d agaip., Knight beet! ofti- [cially declared out of tho race hc- 1 cause, of Ifie time lost on account of trouble, Uesardless-of the of- iiciala ho rc-cntored the-rnco. MulfcrtJ First Ralph Multord. won the raeo, break- ing the world's record for 200 mllea on a dirt track, lie- made tho dlstaneo In thlte 21 iniiiutc.s and soeonda. Tho prfjviona best time was made, on tho Columbus track last yeur, hy aponc'e'r, in tlirco hoiira, 2S minutes' 4Vi seconds. Jlarry Eiidic'ott was second, with tho time, "of three hours, 45 mtiiuterf and 34 6M.OO seconds. Ernest Jlcert- er was third, with ilio time of three hours, -17 infnutes, 53 cecoud. Ralph de Palina finished fourthj and within the urize money, witl, time of four houra, 12 minutea, Cl-IOO seconds. Tho prizes ngar cd Just tlio and GREAT BOWLING Canadian-American Team Unobfc Do Anything Wtth Australian PhUaUelptitn, July Austra- lian cricketers led tliy United State's and XI. by J-'ifi nins when piny MirlccI for tho day in thu first dny ol the tc-it match. hcivrocn the two teams nt Ocrinuntovvn Cricket cliilfa ground. MeHhor team scored heavily, although 'the wlckot nppsnrctl in fast anil ox'jpllriit comJUinn, Thy AnslrftHr.iiEi wont to hnt first runs, in apilc oT tliu j fust. tiolJing of Uielr "oppoucnta. The L'titire of ilia United Stntrs jiiiJ CnimiJa rotirei! Jn thch1 innings for only ninety while AuatiaMnna scored stivon TUILH without the ot a iti tUft !aat {Ivo nifnrKcs of pJay. The players on Uio United Stntts- aifle v.-firc nnaLle inf; with the hov.-Hr.g" of the AiiBtr.t- .ns. Y. C.'f of (lie Montre- al Star, bmvled by M Alley befnro ]jo had scored a rvin, wlillij K. S. and >I. E. HonOeraon; the Toronto pldyora, io cr.iy each, i we may Philosophy Oh, groiv old Hut the man 'rton't Wlio'll no', turn from tho cyca I Of any ;