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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta PJ THE HERALD Wediieftday. July 12. TABER PLAYS BALL HERE TODAY SPOR-T-S MACLEOD FOOTBALL TEAM HERE Triumph for English Brawn FIREMEN AT MEDICINE HAT llw two ....lions. The clinmx was dramatic in (lie extreme. Each na- tion had won two meetings and each had to its credit four of today's event. Victory depended upon the last event, the one mile run. The sporting; gathering such- as that of lodav. is usually of the tipper class- but this, was purely a university asseir.'ilace, because the price Jii'.cl purposely been GRASSY LAKE PUT IT OVER ROVERS Lethbridge Football Team Beaten in Fast Game Grtesy Lake, July Lake ind, Lethbridge Hovers met in their district league competition here io- 3ay and after a hard and fast game :he Grassy Lake team proved the bet- ter, team by two goals to one. The N'oisbecks brothers were the main- itay of the Grassy Lake tenm and McKay.and Horn were best for Leth bridge. Owing to unforseen circum- itarices Grassy Lake was short of :uree .of .their best players and when :hey all get together they expect to aiake a name for themselves. Grassy i j Lake are confident of winning this toed the mirk ior 1 j M Fulton, league competition nnd will certainly! the final test silence fell over the Mnt; 3, Campbell, Mcdi- London. July Queen's club ivas the scene today oi one of the most exciting contests in its Ion; history when iixtord and Cambridge .efeaU'd Harvard nnd Vale in the fifth inciting Hi the oldest imiursitus of .Engage in Unique Com- petitions With Brigades From Other Points McfUcfno Hat, -Mily annu- al sport in connection with the Al- berta Firniifn's Association were patronised by a great crowd this af- icrnoon, which was greatly pleased Emission to sec the Medicine I'.it athletics car-j Kept Inch n ft t'u inipionslnp from tin, i Will Fight for Middleweight Title enough to tin nmbis I ntil M'l'iidnl U rnUiid In Red Dcu the final event there was no demon-' and I'inciipr Creek, stralion of anr kind onlv moderate! Dry Medicine Hat; 2nd applause for the. winners: But when' Pine JUT Creek. some beating New Book on Baseball "How to score a ball Game" Is the issue of Spalding's Athletic Li- jrary, and 100 pages are devoted to insivering a thousand and one ques- 1'iris that come up.to bother those o desire to keep a record of a ?ame i aere. are-also diagrams and illustra tions that answer, at a glance points that .might not be made clear in a page of text f j scene, followed, by a wild demonstra- tion, when IJaker of King's College, Camliridge. vanning a clever race, sprinted in a winner by five yards from Moore of Oxford, who was sec- ond, with Lawless of Harvard third. Tne time wti 37 3 "i Biker who will he foicxcr ill stnous m the in- nils of the light blues was carried off the field on the .shoulders oi coin-ades while the plated, 3rd, A. Cook, Pincher "God Save the King. cine Hat Creek, Novcltv R. M. Gibson, Lacomhc Jnd r r Fowler, Pinch- er Creek 3rd, A. Cook, Pincher free- It Hat, 2nd, Pinrhci C icck ird, Rid Dcer Co ling Kelh and Pinchcr. Creek 2nd, Yco and Hit 3id, Gee ind English Colleges Engage in Their Annual Athletic Meet Queen's West Kensington, Engi, July sun shone for a merry athletic today and this was Ink- sn as a good omen for men from Yale ihd Harvard when they trooped onto the field for, the fourth struggle again- it the combined forces of Oxford and Cambridge. It was a perfect after- good most being" tempered by breeze-while this; condition favorable for victors it appeared to disadvantage of the English athletes who are .accustomed to cooler and Samper, weather. .Games were sch- iduledi'to begin at 3.30 p. m. The spectators were' entertained by ama- teur hammer thrower, Clarence C. Shields, Yale and. Theodore Cable, Hanard Colored champion u ho m a blue and red sweater Indulged in a little .practice before starting time !n the first event the hammer throw- ing, the American team was beaten by an American, C. E. Putnam, of Kan- las, a Rhodes scholar at Christ Church a member of Oxford Cambridge learn Putnam made 151 feet 5 inches Childs'.UO feet .7 inches. 10 inches and Bower of Cambridge Kelley, Hmrvard fourth. Time 4 4-5 seconds. Pullman, who was ex- pected, had an in ham j. mer-. throwing and his victory was greeted with mild' applause. A'meti can spectators found consolation in the fact that three first places went to Americans. The 120 yard hurdle was the second event. L. Arid: cs-soa of Triuitj O'fo'd MI 130 feet 3 inches kurdle won In Qeo 120 drawn and America made an easy of it. Half way between .the course two' Americans, Chisholm and Cum- mings.drew ahead with out trouble by ten feet. Chisholra finishing in splen- did style three yards ahead of Cum- mings with Phillips and MacDonald close together, three yards Cumings. When' the time 15 3-5 sec- onds was announced, and the' A'merl- Marklo. Red Peer. Hundred Yards A. Hol- Hat 2nd. S. C. Tav- lor, Mat 3rd, Haliburton. Reel Deer: Time. lOi seconds. IIosu and Ladder Me- dicine Hat 2nd, Pincher.Creek 3rd. Red Deer. Pilf Mile Rice-lst, Mcclicim. Hat 2nd, Medicine Hat; 3rd. Red Deer. Hub nnd Speed Medicine 2nd. Pincher Creek 3rd, La- combe and Red Deer, (lie) Ladder Team Medicine Hat 2nd Pincher Creek 3rd Red Dcer. 220 lards Foot llol- jttard Medicine Hit 2nd, S C ;u lor, 'Urdieiuc Hit 3rd HiLiburton Red Dirr Time 32 seconds "Uilr Toot Hoi ward, -Medicine Hat 2nd, McDermid. Pmihcr Creel 3rd, C lor Medicine Hat. Out oi j total ol 71 points Hat uon 41 In a race [or chiefs of f THAT GAMK.TONIGHT overlook the Cham- pionship game at the .ball paik this evnmig at fi "iQ lab- W 1 Ilus will hlh ilaj mond 2; and hi Warner 2 and Raymond making the score: Tiay mond 11, Warner 4. The umpire, Geo..Itob.eri.son, travellar for .'-the. Hark Davis Drug Co. gave ten lire satisfac- tion. The line-up" was as follows; Skouson, Steed, C. '0' Brien, Dr. Amos, Roy O'Brien, Hicken, Hawk, Powell, Skouson. Warner Berg, Englehart, Gra- ham, Grady, Sidel, Allan, Lang., Card- ston pltiys Raymond in Raymoiu] on Friday of this week and Leth bridge in iiotid on oi" is yood games are anti- c ni cd CAMERON SWEDE JOHNSON Halifax N S Julj a twelve-mile'race at Windsor yesterday afternoon, Cameron, of Amhcrst, defeated Johnson, ihe Swede, by over a lap and he showed that; he .could have made the between .them had he wanted. Tlit! winner's time was B8.54 MACLEOD FAIR! RACES TO BE GOOD Programme Made Splendid Variety and Attractive Purses July programme of races for the Macleod Agricultural t'alr on August 3, 3 and 4, which haa been arranged bjr the race commit- tee, promlies 19 >be one of the of any race held In Uiii Hart of Alberta. On tlie flrtt the following racee will, be .run 1 Three-minute trot pace, twta wo In three; puras. IJOO 116. 2 One mile gtntlemah'B for half bred In AHwrta. i which has never won a race 11K 1100 put Be tin and 126 3 Six furlongs two and three- each wKni 100 added; purse 1150 and 4 High jumping competition cup, J100, to be won twice by the1 .ame owner. Thja'.cup was wen by' F B C Metge in llfo Second'.Day 1 Hurdle.race ,tire, hurdlea. 1 1-4 ml lea open; p.urse .160 and 125 2 One and one eighth mile htndl cap, open; "and 160. 3 Sev en eights mile, open purae, JlOo and. J50. i 4 One half mile for ponlM 14 3 and under, catch wejghta; purM and 6 One mile Indian race; 'puree and Third Day 1 Gland stock parade 2 Free foi all, tlot or pare, lienti three in purse 1200 and 1100 'i Cltirens stake 114 mile, open purse 4 'Fivfreig-hts'-mlle, consolation for' beaten and 'i Tandem race, half mile pune and 125., District League Football Tonight Thin evening on rounds at the fast .Maclcod foot- all aggregation will .enter into an ngagement with lo- fame.- This will t comWt district league and although the home team aie the farentec pen eraliy 10 the gueesmj on the qutepme, there is every reason, to believe that Macleod will make them etep at a Ita- ly pace at any rate. Western Canada League Games HEINRICH GOING BACK; LOST AGAIN TO CALGARY I HEAVY CLOUTING WON Brandon, Julr was given onn more chance "to' "conic nacl" in tonights game Cdl- but thr once iimncinlr south p iu nltd to crime the, Cilg.ii> 'crou'd touched 1 lemrich tor GAME FOR ROBINS JFoose Jaw, July three baggers by the locals won the game yesterday from Saskatoon in one of, the heaviest hitting .-.ohtesta of the reason. Saskatoon got almost ns manj hits as tho locals lint thej ere" most Ji of tin, single bate The sale hmglcs, which included inning the locils best fhrrcsickers and i double Tic also when batted Sheridan ot't of the j e.ixt pisses Mm mug pitched fine jbov after three three baggers had been lull md was ncM-r in tiouhlc riic'hit In l Iow fintnrc wis Ihp hitting of Cluck, who, not Un thru nasgors uo ,i sin rh gli, nnd i siciifire in fnc tunts up Score by j linndon Lilian 101 100 000- 1 102 3H 11 SYFERT PITCHED STRONG' BALL AND WON OUT Havana Cigars Suit The Critical A Breath ol Puie ILuaiu in Eveiy Puff Tlic Memory Lingpvs If you're a judge of cigar quality, just try Baled Havanas.' "ne" tobacc0' and are to folld wUsfaction EBokod. King ncicrjpnff Try oat todni Ion II rind it the best cigar JOSE GAHTK COMl'AM. eri of Ml LINDA. Loftdon, Qnt. Winnipeg, Inlr 11 Matoons came hick to lile tonight ind out pUjcd Ldmonton in all stages ol the game The scotr was 7 to 2 and the visitors seldom hid a chance to break into tiie wm toi'imn owing to Hairj fort's tlfht twilling ,uld the loc- "K nood ficliiin? Mills proved thr ficldinc fciture with nmnin? catch of d long ilrno from White's hit Score bj Games in the Big Leagues Kilnionton Winnipeg Grounds Too Fast playeri of both Imcrican and Vatlnna) Ipagues complain of the 11111 top grounds at N'ew York The park wni built on solid rock a dill filling boblng .put .on the field. and ram have washed Mils off until, in some places there Is no groilnd al bard rock. A ball thafhlts ie of these sjTOts Is likely "to bound mile high. St. Louis New York Cleveland Washington Chicago Boston Chicago Boston AMERICAN 020 100 031 000 3 101 10 000 001 T 000 000 5 000 000 3 100'020 5 000.300 4 NATIONAL Philadelphia 103 610 17 3 Cincinnati- 000 140 6 11 3 Brooklvn 100 000 S 2 Chieigo 100 001 7 1 81. Louis-Boston game poetpcncd on araoum. of a train wreck. The equipment, of'both loams dostroi- ed AMERICAN ASSOCIATION iVinnenpolls 130 000 Milwaukee ___ 104 000 7 SI. Paul' 002 000 210 K. City 000 010 11 A Serious Upset to good health and good u often the result of smelting ordinary cigarettes. Better play safe and smoke Black Cat 10 No other Virginia cigarette affords half the smolM in is the tobacco so good. Begin to-Jay to acquaint yourself with the smooth, delicate flavor of even, fragrant smokes. I The of a selected southern crop, thoroughly mellowed and Mended, is all that you get in Black Cats. Bat from these you get a kind of satisfac- tion suchas is seldom afforded by cigarettes. Try One to-day-At al good! tobacconists. CAMERAS MADCUHUS OGAMTTn. LMM, ;