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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta t THB LETHBKIDGF HERALD CRUCIAL BALL GAME WEDNESDAY Monday, July S-POR-T-S LIVINGSTONE IS PREMIER OF THE SHARPSHOOTERS Lethbridge Trap Shooting Tournament Ended a Fine Success Spokane Man Close Second to Local Sharp Amateurs Bested Professionals-The Trophies In the. second day's shoot In ibe big tournament J. C. Livingstone won out with high average, missing 13 birds put of a possible 145. J. n. Clark of Spokane Wash., was second, with 15 losses, and R. G. Robinson of Calgary, third win 16 losses. These amateurs beat all of tbe professionals bul two, Lee Barkley of San Francisco, and E. G. White of Ottawa, who were first ami second hteh BUIIS with seven losses for Barkley and eleven for White. In tho "Alberta Pride" Challenge Clip C. H. Andrew was first with a score of 4a, Ben MacLaren with 43; J. C. Livingston third with 41 and E G. Robinson fourth with 40. I Better scores would have been made in this event, hut unfortunately a spring broke and It was impossible to net the birds back to the same flight' as had been earlier in the day. The weather conditions for both days could not have been worse and the changing wind made the targets very erratic. I The high professional medal was won by Lee Barkley, representing the Winchester Arms Co. of New Haven. Conn. The high amateur medal non In J C: Livingstone. The Brewery Cup (donated by Mr. Fritz Sick) event, accompanying prizes) donated by'the Alberta Gun Club, was won by Cliff Andrew of Calgary, copper cup inlaid with sterling sliver; Ben MacLare'n. Calgary, second, pair of Thermo bottles in leather case; J. C. Liv- ingstone., third, shell case and one hundred shells; R. G. Robinson, fourth trap shooter's sweater. Outside the breaking of one spring, which Occasioned tiie delay of about Topnotcher The ball panic of the senaon tnkes place Wednesday evening, when Taber will Invade the local camp and try conclusions with their rivals for the championship of the south. Both teams are go- ing neck and neck in the race with four wins and a loss apiece. Taller is anxious to secure tho Brewery Trophy and will throw their full itretigtli into iho same Wednes- day. The Lethbridge club is, equally anxious for the honors and are out to win. too. Senti- ment will not stnnd In the way In making-tlie selections for the team from the three city league teams, and the best we have in town in their respective positions will be seen on the line-up. A practice of the local team is .-ailed for tomorrow evening at o'. SC'o'clock sharp, and tlie following ilayers arc requested to be on mud Clark. Meyers and Tnte, pitch- s; Pulley, catcher; Nicholson. Moore, Kan, G. Moore and Seid- nbedier, iufielders; Rrandow >reen, Nichols and Evans, ont- iclclers INDIANS AND MAROONS TONIGHT Leach's Row wqh Dreyfus W AI TACT HAS BIG TECUMSEHS PUT IT OVER SHAMROCKS Toronto, July The whitewashed the once Tecumsehs unbeatable five minutes, everything went .with a swing and many were the compliments from the outsiders. The general opinion freely expressed was that our the final score standing 10-0 grounds and equipment couldn't be beatei anywhere In the wejt either in Tho ('0-v VVils for lacrosse .1111 Canada or acroes the line. [the match was witnessed by 5000. en 50 S. A. 47 145 44 14) 41 40 44 43 46 43 14.H 146 Hn 145 A. J 20 20 Lee Berkley (Pro.) 13 '0 20 19 E. G. White (Pro.) 15 20 IS 20 J. C. Livingstone 14 19 19 20 J. B. Clark 13 IS 17 19 R.. G. Robinson 13 17 20 19 G. Holohan (Pro.) 15 19 20 14 Ben MacLaren 13 IS IS 19 C. Mink (Pro.) 13 16 17 16 R. J. MacKay (Pro.) II 17 is 17 0. Plumer 13 16 16 IS C.H. Andrew 7 20 17 16 A. B. Stafford n 16 19 IS .W. Bishop 14 1C 17 17 Stlffotd 12 IS 13 13 R. Gr.uhli (Pro.) 15 IS 15 17 F. R. Agnew 10 13 13 14. W. J. .Bookman 11 13 12 14 C. Larson 4 9 12 13 H. J. Skelth 15 15 10 K. D.'-Johnson 16 is The office was handled by H. H. Ricklefson, of the Winchester Arms Co and Ed Meade representing the Remington Vnns Co and Union Metillic Cartridge Co as squid hustler To these two gentlemen much credit is due success of the tournament and the management were very fortunate In having their isslstance Tbe professionals present weie Lee BarMej San Fiancisco Winchester Arms Co E G White Ottawa Dupont Powder Co G Holohan Spokane Dupont Powder Co C, Mink Dominion Cartridge Co R I Mac Kaj Winnipeg Remington Urns and U M C R Grubb Winnipeg Hamilton PosderCo n 7 BecKnnn Winnipeg Dominion Caitndge Lo H H Rlcklef son Cslgarj W mchester Arms Co td Meado Edmonton Remington Arms and U M C 20 19 17 19 16 .20 15 15 IV 17 16 16, IS 17 14 12 12 15 S 11 14 Shamrocks yesterday at Hanlon's Point, the final score standing 10-0. Tho clay was Ideal for lacrosse and p..- ......vh was witnessed by 5000 en Miss Total 'huslasts. The league leaders had no 13j [Change in their lineup, Rowland, the 134 player, replacing MacKen zie on the defence 145 145 14) 11) 145 145 14.S 145 145 130 110 11 13 15 16 IS 19' 20 22 23 24 2G 26 36 40 48 64 52 2S 132 130 129 127 126 125 123 122 121 119 119 109. 105 97 97 SI 7S THE ROVERS PLAY AT GRASSY LAKE TOMORROW The Rovers of Lethbridge play District Football League ''fixture' at Brassy Lake tomorrow. The -local eleven will line up as follows: Matliias goal; lIcKny and Home, backs; Hug erston. Davles and James, halfbacks Jickie, .Slmm, Mullen and forwards. The team will neet at tho station at 2.30 p.m. Edmonton is Through With Lacrosse Edmonton, July Joe the Edmonton lacrosse club announced last, night that the Edmon- ton lacrosse club had decided to uroi out of. the Alberta Lacrosse League scheduled games uith Calgaij ind High Rner The clul has been nil out grourds foi the last n eks is President Graj of the dull refused to allow them to use Duuiond Park In addition Amateurs Beware I Notice has been received at this office from It. Ballantyne. secre- tary of the A. A. A. U., In respect to-amateurs and their obligations. Mr. Ballantyne's communication reads in part as follows: 't have just noticed an account In the Lethbrldse Herald of an athletic meet held in Taber on Dominion Day. Two of.'the men who competed it that affair were registered athletes ot the A A. IT., and as the meet-was not a sanctioned .one they have laid themselves open to suspension. 1 refer to Halward.of .Medicine Hat and Steuart of I elhhndge Amateur -athletes holding cards stjould in future be careful of en terms meets are not sane tioned by the A A A U Tommy' leacli, tht .cteran CHltrelielder Is reported lo be at loirir with Drejfus president of tbe Plttsburg Finite.. a 0, ule of Ilif little plurcr mav be looked for it .nr tl-n. SPORT AND CARNEGIE HERO RECOGNITION Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN Chltifo n York Chicago New York, Ht Louis BoKon Asked to Meet McFarl-l Otat eland Hilladelphla and Labor Day Fight With San Francisco Oal inlj ad dltlon to the proposed match Welli Act Wolgnst is September matches with Packey .Me Kirlarid. Freddie; Welah Knock out Milton Clark ban the September permit Is figuring on Welsh Wotgast for a Labor Da) -ird Wqlgast-and .Welsh have posted each to'bind a September match, this iiim to become 'part of a 10000 side bet the remainder of iR to he posted 10 da) a prior to he battle )tolgast has post .additional and'Welsh IM cabled his backers in Wales to orward that sum Immedliteh Wolga.it.announced recently he had een offered the largest sum eier rawn by a lightweight, for.a Lftb'or Ut) battle, Kith McFarland under he auaplCM of James Coffroth, who robatjj mould stage the battle at olma. Is the Hero of Indianapolis Speedway Entitled to a for the Life He Saved been bait and interest has died oiil Western Canada League Games Seven times this year Cobb- has tried to score from first bise on a He pulled It off three times al the Philadelphia Na- tionals has the beet pitching record In the big leagues He has non 10 and -lost games. lans are said to he the worst knockers In the business The} roMf their oun placers harder than they do the Msitors Indianapolis, July officially ilbmitting the petition to the Came fe liero Fund Commission for nition of .the h.orplc of Harry L. Knight, the Westcott race driver who saved the life' ofi.A. L. Anderson the Case mechanician, in the Inter- national sweepstakes-at Indianapolis May 30. a pertinent question is asked to be settled by the commission- ers The seek .to the commission establish a ruling on hero- ism 'In connection .with scientific" ex- periments. It il claimed that the com misson heretofore has not taken into consideration requests in which the paitlcipmt has been engaged In what is denominated some as sport and others as scientific experimenting The letter Jccompainlng the peti tion which is headed uj Charles P Henderson of the Hendeison Motor Sales Company Indianapolis contains the names of some characters of nut ional repute Col Russell B Harris on son o' former President Benjamin Harrison, and Booth Tarklngton have llieir names on The litloners coone- nttis llt--1-.n-.nl -at Burdett on 4th St Lou la Boston Detroit Washington Chicago New York Cleveland Philadelphia 101 Oil 1 i 1 Oil 11 0 fa (MX) t 1 0 "MKT'OOO- 8 2 t 4 Wl VX> 11 4 j'lO 000 13 4 12 0 (tusjday) Iftl 000 I 1 010 .120 IS 4 oa ooo u 2 100 OOZ 10 000 I 1 831 000 11 3 010 000 4 0 000 OAO 4 0 1 New York Chicago Philadelphia St Louis Boston Cincinnati Brooklyn Plttsburg NATIONAL 001 004 I OZO 000 i 000 000 6 001. S 200 1J 800 102 12 000 010 6 010 000 1 Burdett, July Fourth of July was celebrated In grand style hero. A large crowd was In and eierjthing pissed off i-i> sootl and I the crowd seemed' to enjuy thomselves [verv much The In the 1 forenoon wis won Spriucs INDIANS AND MARQON'S the score of 8-to I, Owing to the TONIGHT afternoon the gnrae Be 'tween Purule Spllngs and Hnrdett is postponed until some time later w'.iet! the two teams arrange a date sat isfatton te both parties The dance The Indians ami Maroons'are scheduled to play a ball game at the Athletic Park this ev- ening U the former meeting of these tuocitj a respectable game .was -witness, ed the score being 6 5 Neith- er team has deteriorated since and tonight's .'clash'should fur- the game. LEAGUE LEADERa GRAB BOTH OFF SASKATOON Saskatoon July S-The Robins an eass thing of it in this Itoinooli Glorious 12th 1911 Grand Celebration Athlet'c Grounds Lethbridge Grand Parade of Orange Ledges from All Points in Alberta. Athletic Contests 100 Yard Dashes Run 1 Mile Run Tug of War Contest High Jumping Hall Gam, Lacroue Match Throwing the Hammer Chlldrcn'a Racw Women's Races Man's Race Old Man's Mact LADIES, BRING YOUR for Beit Look- Ing For parflculan of Entrlts to HARRY CHAPMAN IM turdMt 1U (.111S ILUIllOt) game ulth the Berry Plckcii admli 1 bid drubbing to locals ho ne'e phut out to tie tune of 7 0 Nate TOn oat on the riiu'-iu foi the Us lois uml he hid his riviN ne all Hie time the result n-ier bcln- in doubt. MOOM liw 30, ,M1 OU_T Saskatoon 000 OOtl Second Game The Robin Hoods made it fou- stralght from Saskatoon tonight I en the> captured the fourth guiie of the series bj a score of 6 to Collins who was on the slab foi ilsitois as in great form and kept t'lc pill from the Bcrrs PicVc.ii, all hrough the fame onh seiei intb be ng landed from his clelUpn Moose law JOO 001 Saskatoon j00 ANGELS TOOK EVENING CONTEST FROM ESKIMOS Brandon 7ulj S The Angein ceeded in louerlng the colors of the in Saturday eiraings con test bj the score of J to 2 t Borleski held the ilsitois to four ,rarous prs o I the 'united States and in the majority of cases are pouersthatbe in their localities This is the letter that has been sent to the commission July 3, 19H Carnegie Hero Fund Commission G-entlemen We are sending }ou herenith by registered mail, petitions "which.seek lecognition from xour Com v" iroin worm} uom nlngles and ind Baiter tbe mission for the action of Harrv >dnionton arlists, allowed su hiis and nine passes The game nas call ed in the serenlh on account 'of. fiark'- The score: Brindon 010 Kdtnonton 101 000 BRANDON TIED EDMONTON IN THE FIRST GAME Brandon, July fans were Kfpt on edge a full nine Innings aftlie K'.'inonton and Brandon game here Saturday afternoon. The score at the end of tbe ninth -.was three all and tlie time 5.40. The constitution says that the first game of a double-header of the afternoon and evening must be adjourned one hour before the second and as a result the game was called. Dickenson for visitors pitched Eilt-edgcd .out twelve CALGARY rWALKEP OFF WITH BOTH QAMi-S FROM PEG Uiunipeg Juh won both games here this afternoon chief ly on acc-ount of sloppj tho part of the In Ibe first .contest the visitors oiithlt from tho start and .liny had much the better of the. argument Angels.. The features of the game were Schaefer's steal 'home In' the fifth and two sensational catches In the .ninth by McGmw anil Heddlcli. Score'by Innings: Brandon 200 Oil) Edmonton.......... 110 001 against lint bad fielding ed the Bronchos to take the big end of an S to 4 score. The second contest was a great pitchers' battle between ..Barnstead and Glass, in whirli the dropping of a third strike Edmunds naa re sponsible for the usitors pujting over the winning run, the score hclng 3 to 2. The fielding of Dugjan al second for Calgan was the feature Bj innings: First Game Knight, driver on an milomobfie in the five .hundred mile contest In- dianapolis, Ind Speedway, Mas 30th 1011 The affair was. a national event, tending to assist motor car builders in perfecting thei machines In'the In lerest of public safetj Some manu facturers haie made beneficial im provements.aa- a-resiilt. Him Knight one of the jounx men willing to test 'the standard of American built motor cars Ith inds he caused to be ron fitted with the best material In the fuctorles that built his pails With this especlall} cone'i note J automobile Mr Knight accompanle. by John T (..loi ei, started in tile con test. We enclose hercmllh Mr Knights own statement of the details lending un to the situation that laused I in to sue the lift of C L A'ldeison was the mechanician In a compet- ing car. called.the Case No. S It-was al the risk of Mr. -Knight's Ife that 6f.hls mechanician tfce wrecking of his car that he perform ed a need that will long bo remember I by eye witnesses. A number of newspapers have, co- wialcil In securing petition uree. ThrpUEhont.it has noun our to secure tbe numfj of n pu in any investliratlon info, llici raorlts of this petition you desire to make. We lee! sure that recognition that >onr honorable uill make la connection th's recincit be anpreclated thos? In gen ,md In the evening was weir attended. The Is'and orchestra furilslied the music and well utis fled A picked team imn- toff, bir a nine trow mirdett Island ind Purple the expectation of beating the Tabfi >OA s but came home defeated I he afternoon game' ivas hv 1 a [same resulted In the of t to 0 m of Taber seys II if a royal good timo un 1 do not. feel the woiac tor their clefent 'oronto Buffalo 'oronto uffalo Baltimore Newark .Montreal Rochester Montreal Rochester Providence Jersey City Provld'enoe City 10 11 3 P 3 11 7 0 4 5 7 3 18 (Sunday) 000 000. ,4 3SO Winnipeg 0011 030 i table cnmnetenl business me 001 012 Calgary Winnipeg Second Game ,010 000 We wpeclalh ancious to obtain names of that a number of thj unmes are those of 000 000 200-1 be to assl.l )m eral who realize the dangers attendant upon the advance of mechanical science. It U generaih conceded tnit new inventions must be tried out We hope that It was Mr i In tentlon In the establishment of the Carnegie Hero Fund Commlsifon to take cegniiance of this and If not we appreciate ion ommlsnlon making a nveatigatlon as establish far the uture a rtiflng on matten tbat affect scientific advancement. We do not approte of unnecetsm but we do hope tbat in lour nvestigatlon Tour commlagldn consider utrongh the condition of mind that confronted Mr Knight hen he Mitnessed a human form in be path of his snift moving machine He had the chance of continuing tralght on crushing out a human fe to gam norldly and financial te H. i different course for which proclaim him a hero Bcspectfully submitted (Signed) H, C. Bradfleld For Cbas P Henderson Representing tbe Petitioners the letter and petl tlon is a disposition snorn to M Mr Anight AMERICAN ASSOCIATION (Saturday) 000 000 000 000 Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA l5d.nioQtoa Winnipeg Brandon Saskatoon '33 18 IS .17 24 29 41 41 .-724 .653 .532 .532 .305 .281 New York 'Tilcago St. Louis Pittsburg Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL 45 43 44 42 41 n 37 17 29 28 30 31 31 40 45 U .608 BOfi 515 .575 .Sfifl .437 375 Detroit Pbiladelpbli New York hlcaro Boston Cleveland Washington St. Loult AMERICAN 50- 49 IS 48 .IB .538 W2 .516 462 .360 Louisville .Indianapolis Hi. Paul Milwaukee Columbus Toledo Toledo Louisville Toledo OSII 000 000 Minneapolis Kansas City Minneapolis Kansas City St. Paul Milwaukee 003 010 U 210 030 14 ooe iorsoor-713 000 001 050 000 11 000 300 7 010 11 000 100 13 104 300 000 002 3 9 002 021 7 000 001 6 102.U03 7 800 010 5 Madeod Football Team Plays Here on Wednesday The Macleod team will engage the Hangert in a District League game on he Overseas grounds nenlng The game plared h; Mac- eod against the S O G of a recent date is foregoing evidence of a fust nd even contest between the Rangers nd Macleod Wedtmdaj The local eleven will be on the field n the following order Mclntyre goal lannerman Baaton or backs, Olen or McCormlcV Brennan and Hut on, half backs, pen Ington Tbompsoi. jo-1 MeMurtrle orwardu Cameron and J Bunerman n reserve. GILBEVVS GILBEYS INVALID PORT It balsa i i I (ertwmli SOLO THE BIST WINI MEHCHANTS INVALID POPT spirit Co. Lethbridge ;