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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JULY Both Fighters in Pink of Con- dition for Championship Mill Tonight in London London. July Welsh, light- weight champion of England, anti Wit- he Ritchie, lightweight champion of the world, arrived in London this morning from their training camps at Port Cawl, Wales, and Brighton, respectively', for their fight in the great arena of Olympia in the west end of London. Both boxers de- clared themselves coiifident oi win- JAMES AIRD Chairman of the Fair Racing Com- mittee mm m Wiilie Ritchie nkg the championship and both said 4el_t Jn_ the pink oi condition. Thtir icoks bore out their state- ments. Welsh was the favorite in the bet- ting Uy a slight margin, proixafaly due to the support which his Welsh com- patriots have heen giving him at Car- d'fi, v.-here most of the betting so lar has five to lour in his favor. Father Boudier is to act as mas- ter 01 ceremonies at the match, the Bishop of Stepney having ohiected to Rev. Erard Digby's officiating. Eugene Cerri is to he the referee. Weighing In London, July two men in at Olympia this afternoon, Trhen Kitchie scaled 134 pounds, Welsh just able to get the stipulated limit of 135 pounds. 15LBS.OVERCARFENTIER .Milwaukee, July 4. Gunboat the' white' champion ot Am- erica, who is to iiieet George Car- pentier, the French champion, in London, July 16, has made a big-hit with the fight fans in England. He has "been wined and dined by many of-.the'fcig followers ot the bosiug game, and they, are not backward in stating that they expect the Ameri- jcan to defeat the Frenchman when they come together. Some of the cri- ties have even gone so far as to i state that -Sir.- Gunboat is a better man now than John L. i Sullivan ever was. This same criticism was made 'by. Mike Donovan, the Famous boxing instructor of New York. we cannot agree with any of them in regard to this statement. We have [seen John L. Sullivan in some oi his big fights, and also Smith in several oi his" ten-round contests in New York, and, getting down to cold facts, there is no comparison be- tween the Wo men. Sullivan was around the 200-pound mark and as agile as a cat on his feet. Not only that, but he had tremendous hitting power, and, while not professing to he .a' clever' boxer, he had a remark- able defense just the same, and his judgment of distance was almost per- fect. Gunboat Smith in all his bat- jtles has demonstrated that -he is not- hard to hit, hut, like all other box- ers, he is improving goes along. And if he continues to do so he will be a first-class heavyweight in the near future. He will have about 15 pounds advantage in weight over the Frenchman, and if he cannot win with this handicap he certainly can- not be classed as a real heavyweight champion. The Frenchman is not to i be sneered at, even though he -is lit- tle more than a middleweight, for he has. demonstrated of late that; he has the class. And it is a moral certain- ty that he will give Mr. Smith the battle of his life. Trained Close To Perfection NATIONAL Philadelphia 4, New York 5 New York 2 Brooklyn 1, Boston 3. Brooklyn 0, Bostoil 1. Only games today. Toronto, July "Flanagan, who trained Jack Johnson in, his fight with Jeffries at Reno, and who was in the champion's corner in his recent fight with Sldran- in Paris, comments on the fight today as fol- lows big champion was as fast as lightning on his.ieet..He, lifted that I terrible uppercut of his with .the force of a pile driver. He wasn't as good as Diit' all" he'n'eedejl was two more, weeks' work. That ..would have made Johnson as -good a man as he ever was7 in .his life- That is how close hft was -to being perfect." "Why didn't Johnson put Moron out "Well, the Pittsburger was in as perfect a. condition as any man could he, a big, powerful to the second, all bone and muscle. He a terrible beating, and stood up under it, though. he. w.as, stagger- ing and groggy a dozen times. There was no arrangement to make the fight last twenty rounds. Johnson me the night before to "wire home that the'fight would not go more -than twelve rounds. It went 20, but it was because Moran was as tough as hickory-." "As to the interview spread abroad that the fight was fised and that I was a party to all I have to say- is that it is a lie, .pure and simple." At Big Celebration Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrison of the Hull block'; spent the Fourth of July at Sweet Grass. FOOTBALL MEETING TONIGHT There will be a meeting of the foot- ball league this evening at the Y. JI. C, A., immediately after the match be- tween the Calliea-and North Letti- bridge.. First of Series ojf-Three Con- tests-English Hopes Not Running High Folkestone, Eng., July 7. Al- though a despondent view of... Eng- land's chances of lifting the: p.- Davis international lawn tenhis trophy this year is taken by the English press and tho sporting pub- much interest was displayed in the preliminary round between Eng- land and Belgium down for .decision liore today, tomorrow and Thursday. The English team is composed of J. C. Part, H. Roper Barrett, A..R. F. .klngscote and T., M. -Mavrogor- dato. The Belgium team consists of P. fjebormari H. vivicr, A. Watson. The selection of the English play- ers, had been much criticised. .Park, t is pointed out, proved a great dis- appointment at the Beckenham try- outs where the tennis papers declare he was out of form." The 'judges, however, found it imprac- ticable to leave him out of the team. H.'Roper Barrett and his partner at the same meeting we're badly beaten in 'the doubles.- A, H. F. Kingscoie, I whose style was very graceful, lack- ed accuracy and strength while I Marrogordato did not distinguish himself. Many the leading critics express- ed., disappointment because F. G-. who brilliantly defeated Nor- man. B. Brookes, of Australia, did "fibT obtain a place on the English team. In case the English team should win from Belgium: it will meet the French'team at Wimbledon on July 13; and 14. An English Victory Folkestone, England, July first singles match in the preliminary round, between England and Belgium in theJD'avis Cup tournament went to England today, T. -31. Mavrogordato defeating C. Deborman by- Another for England Folkestone, 'England, July D. Park gave 'England her second victory in the singles, ny defeating the Bel- gian, A. G- Watson, The doubles are to be played tomor- AMERICAN New York 0, Philadelphia 3, Boston 0, Washington 1. Only games FEDERAL Kansas City i, Chicago 1. Pittsburg 6, Buffalo 5. Baltimore 5, Brooklyn 10. Only games today. AM. ASSOCIATION Louisville 6, Cleveland 3. Columbus 1, Indianapolis 4. Only games today. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City Newark 6. Providence '1, Baltimore 6. Montreal 7, Rochester 8. Toronto 4, Buffalo 8. WESTERN CANADA HATTERS BUMPED LEADERS Saskatoon, July. Brown and Beer were-driven from the mound 'before onslaught of the Mad Hatters, who piled up seven runs in .Fort Smlt, Ark Ju, 6_Carf Mor. the second innings, beiore Kalho, ri g a e{ a M Kub. who went to the rescue, could stop of Mlchlgalli ln tne 8lxth round of them. .1 MORRIS WON A FIGHT Medicine Hat Saskatoon Lind and Bliss lio and Walters. 13 2 11 3 Brown, Beer, Kal- RAYMOND DEFEATED Sweet Grass Ball Team Won Holiday Encounter Sweet Grass, Mont, July mond crossed bats with the Sweet Grass baseball aggregation at Sweet Grass on July 4 proved to be a very interesting game, evert though the score was a, bit one-sided, Sweet Grass winning, 7 to 0. Cooney "was on the mound for Sweet Grass, and at artl times had the 'boys from Alberta where he wanted them. Walker and Hickem were in the bos for Raymond and would have made a better show- ing had they had the support from the men behind them. There were ap- proximately eight hundred people in attendanc. Program Lethbridge Fair Race Meet, Three Days Tuesday, Juiy 7. NO. 1. 2.15 Pace or 2.10 Trot Purse 2. 15 Mils Fony Hace, 2 In 3 Purse 3. Dash Purse J. 1 Mile Purse Wednesday, July 3. 5. 2.22 Pace or; 2.17 Trot Purae 6. Mile ____ Purse 7. Galloway mile .-.Purse 8. i'A Rurlongs Purse 9. 1 Mile Open to half bred horses that have never won a purse cxccediag In value to the winner (hurdle races and race confined to gentle- men riders, and that have been owned In the Province of. AI-. for .-at least six months prior to' the c? the -race; barred. iWoight 150 be rid- by" ''gentlemen'. Professional riders barred. The decision of tho Committee as to the standing of 350.00 200.00 250.00 350.00 250.00 200.00 200.00 any horse or rider shall be final. Horses not locally owned must be identitied 200.00 Thursday, July 9. 10. 2.SO Pace or 2.25 Trot........Purse 350.00 11. Free-for-all .................Purse 500.00 12. 6 Furlongs.................. Purse 200.00 13. 1 Mile Novelty to each quarter) 200.00 14. ponies bred In Al berta 14.3 hands and under. Purse 150.00 Committee Chairman Jaa. Alrd A. E. Humphries H Boyd J. W.- McNIeol, Manager- Entries Close Harness purses, 8 p.m. the night before tho race. .Running purses, 8 p.m. the night before the race. Harness races will be conducted under the old placing system, three In five. Th6 Committee reserve the right to change this Program if a' race does not fill. There will be special stock trains run at close of Calgary Fair to Lethbridge. their scheduled ten-round bout here. Morris showed improved form, over any of his previous bouts. He was master ot the situation at all times. THREE DOUBLE PLAYS Moose Jaw, July out- played the Bronchos, Kurfess always j holding them safe. Frink-was easy. The Millers pulled off three double plays. Calgary 263 Moose Jaw 0 14 2 Frink and Jones Kurfess and Wal- ly._____ HARD-LUCK ESKS Hegina, July luckless Eski- mos fell before the lied Sox in the eighth inning after having pulled up j even by playing good baseball, Jackj Smith's homer with two on was the Eskimos' undoing. Edmonton 285 Regiha 580 Hewitt and Lemieus; Berger and Harris. NATIONAL New York..................... 41- 25 .621 i Chicago 30 32 .540 St. Louis................... 37 35 .51-1 Cincinnati 34 36 .4861 Brooklyn .................L. 31 35 .470 Pit-tshurg 31 34 .4771 Philadelphia 31 35" .470 Boston 31 35 .470 i Boston 28 40 .4121 AMERICAN Philadelphia 43 Detroit-...... 42 Washington 30 Boston......................... 39 Chicago 37 St. Louis 3J New York 24 Cleveland 25 FEDERAL .507 32 ;568 33 .542 35 .527 33 .529 I 85 .514! 44 .383! 45- .357 Indianapolis Chicago Baltimore I Buffalo Brooklyn Pittsliurg...... Kansas City St. Louis 37 37 34 32 30 29 23 26 28 31. 30 36 38 ,40 Manager Washington team in the American league who has a fine chanca of losing his job for forfeiting a game recently to the Athletics beoauss the umpire, ruled against in Illegal delivery of a Washington pitcher, A. 6. NUMPHHIES Cine of the live wires of the Fair Rac- ing Committee 'ioneer Day in Eastern Town Filled to Brim With Athletic Sports FRANK MORAN INTERNATIONAL 41 21 43 28 38 '31 89 31 33 30 21) 35 45 24 1J Baltimore Hochfster........ Providence....... Dulfalo............. Toronto Newark Jersey City WunUeal........... The Pittsburg Giant, who lost to. Jack Johncon in Paris, ind Flanagan, was able to atay ,420 twenty rounds with the champion i cause of his physical perfection, and not his ability as a fighter. This is- 31 strange statement by Flanegapf for ,862 the most approved physique cannot stand up against a real punch for half twenty rounds. Flanagan might have included that Johnson Uckcd the real punch Burdett, July dett certainly celebrated her pioneer day in royal style this year, even though the crops aren't all that could he asked for, and if they were handicapped by the loss of their big hotel, weather conditions were al- most too perfect, but.it made the lemonade and ice cream vendors smile. The Bow Island Military Band and Winnifrc'd baseball team along with arge number of visitors from those owns, arrived on the morning train and from that time until dark there vas always' "something doing" sports from the children's races iup to the trotting exhibition given by Mr. Berlin with his famous racing stallion, ''Orphan Boy." H-1NNINGS BALL GAME Winnifred and Grassy Lake put up record game of baseball of eleven nnings before the tie of 4-4 couiu be decided, the score finally standing 7-8 in favor of Grassy Lake. It was ine game from start .to finish-and 10th teams deserve credit. The final game for the purse between Grassy Lake and Burdett was not finished on account of tho _, i wind arid storm which came up during the game, and was not the JJovs' race for purse of Horse-.owned H. Sandy, won; I Gilo. Homy, and Max Tugnian, j 3rd. i Fnniiern' trotting race, (3 purse oi Ilcrlin, 1st; John 1 Sad ;.Thco. l-Iomcl, Srd: Bicycle race, nurse, of of Bow- Iteguin, Und. Ladies' .Saifcic Horse lls.cc, half A. Doh.-ldson, 1st; Mrs. Percy ''Wilt, -2nd Mrs. Perry, 3rd. Frec-Ior-all: (3 heats) -J. H Sandv, 1st, A 2nd Novers, 3rd. Purse of S21. Men's half-mile-foot race, purse -Thackeiv 1st.; W. Carpcn-ter, 2nd. Men's 100 yard font race Oeorge A Simpson, and The celebration" ended with a dance in the' wcnlng, -bui ojving to tho storm anil'wind -which came up after .the- sports .wore' pv'erj .th.ir. was not no largely attended and oily about ICO UoioU wire sold wUlA tick- FOOTBALL TONIGHT Everybody Isn't going to the fair tonight IB going to the football match, and not a few will take -both. In, It .is reason- able to Relieve. The interest over the'-resUIt "rr'high pitch, and caps.any other foot- ball issue that has ever been imt over-liere... A lot of money. has been bet. The teams are evenly matched; and a good game is expected. TRIGGER AND TRAP LETHBRIDGE SHOOTERS AT CALGARY TRAPS The contingent of trigger and trap: artists who went from hora to tho big shoot in Calgary last week did not bring back any first prizes, but every member was succossful In getting within the money. They were: Messrs. Stafford, Green, I Pilling, Muir, Glenister and Yuill. I Harry -Pilling stood a chance to win out in the event, after making a possible the first time up, i but lie fffll down to 28 the second day and was -beaten. In the IB-bird event J. Glenister had a nice run of 13's, but dropped to 9 on one Green "capped him in the high score. The Lethbridge shooters made, a KOOd Impression at the meet, and were j close behind Calgary and EdmontD.> i in the totals. LETHBRIDGE CRICKET TEAM AT TABBR TOMORROW Taber, Alia., .Tuly cricket team meet Lethbridge on Wednesday at Taller in the Southern Alberta a'kes Brearey, Pindlay, 'dory, Pemull, E. Williams J. WflHams, S. West, Tutnoy, Bar- rom, Thohipson an cts sold to (.porting ovopts wets over 400. It was estimated t at, alout 800 people were present alto-: getbcr. Parker Shows All Open Tonight Admission to grounds FREE After (JP.M. ;