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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta I LITTLE WILL MAKE TROUBLE Lacrosse Meeting Last evening about twenty plavers Under conditions that were favorable owing to the .western breezes, the gun club its weekly shoot last evening; ,-scores made were creditable to the "participants. The gold spoon and 'button were won Robson, who made the high .record of 23 out of a -possible Following are the scores: John- R. Stafford, A. Withers, Robson, 9-0; Livingstone, F. "Livingstone, Johnson, K. Kelsey Don't Be Alarmed Some peopJe are unduly alarmed over the fact that we have, a black world's heavy weight chamipon. They are setting up the cry that if John- son makes himself too .conspicuous will foe shot and killed, and this will be the end of pugilism. Well, to be truthful, there are a lot of in the world who would not resitate a second to shoot Johnson a second to shoot Johnson fries, 'but please do not class such individuals in ithe sporting fraternity. They are pure and simple, and the sooner some constable shoots those kind of cranks with a shotgun I'ull .of calf tbrains the .-better off we will ,be. Don't thing for a second the is going to cut a dizzy swath. He has too much sense for -that. .He knows he is black and always was jblack and "always .will toe black, and .will keep his place. The reason that the writer does not anticipate any trouble over, the of a .black champion is "that. on several previous occasions we iave had black fighters MO" were pretty near the real goods and ca- pable of polishing off any of the white-skinned pugs. 'Take old Joe Walcott, the Boston He was one of the greatest, ring gen- erals ever known, and whipped men twice his Well, do you know what extent of Joe's butting into- society amounted, to? He got- acquainted with, a German saloon '.keeper and learned how to .eat toaut In Boston, where Walcott re- ;sided, the negro is given more priy- ileges, but .any time Joe came .lihis. -way or went farther south, ie was '.well behaved and everyone liked him. Little George Dixon, former feather was a white gen-; ,-tleman- with a black skin, and Joe never -did a thing in the world -Vto offend a white person. Peter-Jack- vson, the heavy -weight champion from ..Australia, who was wined and dined over 'the world :by his own race, was shown- every consideration by the white people, 'but not once, as far-as known, did he; ever Friends of Deposed Manager Will Demand Retraction of Charges Made by Johnson About Trowing the Fight By Waiter, H. Eckefsall. (Chicago, July 'to' t BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN At New -New York 2 5 4 Cleveland...... 9 14 3 Ac jaoston....... 5 9 3 Chicago 1 6 1 Philadelphia 2 12 0 St." Louis.............. 1 9 1 At 7 9 Washington...... 612 _ NATIONAL At Fittsburg, 4 4 "New York 0 3 At 2 8 JBoston 0 2 At St "St Louis. 9 11 .Brooklyn'.............. 3- 8 At -Chicago 1 6 Philadelphia 2 4 ASSOCIATION At 4 4 5 10 At Toledo- Toledo 5 7 .St Paul 0 6 At Indianapolis............ 0 10 Kansas City............ 4 8 At r Louisville............ 0 6 Milwaukee............ 1 6 .NORTHWESTERN At 7 10 Vancouver.............. 5 7 At 4 11 "Spokane.............. 2 9 At Rochester ,V... 5 6 .Buffalo 2 4 Second Kocnester............ 2, 3 .7. 1 9 At Newark.............. 9 14 Providence...... 4. 9 At .Baltimore............ 7 15 .Jersey City............ 2 4, At Montreal 17 Toronto 10 10 Second 5 11 2 5 friends of George Little, former, man- ager of have to retract that Little tried to persuade him to throw his recenv; fight.to Jeffries. Little's friends are strong In their denunciation, of the and as soon as fche champion's former manager returns from the west startling counter-charg- es are expected. Those who defend the deposed man- ager yesterday asserted they had in- formation from reliable sources that Johnspn was the first to bring up subject of throwing the fight ap.d ask- ed Little to find how much there would be in it. It also was asserted that Johnson taken an ungrateful attitude toward the man who furnish- Jd money to bind.the match with Jef- 'ries and also on many other sipns. Little is expected back today' and should he arrive before Johnson leav- es for New York is- expected. Little's friends say the former man-a- ;er will go direct to the champion's home and either make -him retract some of the statements or else make public ithe entire-story-of'his relations with Johnson, since he took''up the reins of management shortly after the Johnson. from; Australia. .More Things Under Coyer Johnson simply his golden mile yesterday and expressed the wish that" Little ".would reach town ore, be 'left. "I" will, stand pat" on very statement I have John- on said. "Further than if Lit- le wants-to stir up-any; trouble I will make things a little'hotter than be hinks I can. There is a lot more :to of our splitthat has not beerv irinted, and if he starts to abuse me hro.ugh tbe press I will divulge the vbole tiling. "For s sake i kept th-e .story secret coast and in Repo, I was fraid tbe "authorities might' run him ut.of town or try to prosecute him for rying to perpetrate the coup on tbe public. I firmly "crelieye the. poison which was given to my friend George Sutton was meant for me, and it was only a miracle that I did not get It in my food, I have paid him every cent I'owe him and a little more, and I am through with him forever." H The champion spent yesterday In his big.new racing car riding around town and renewing aid acquaintances. One of tbe first things hs did was to go to a bank and deposit The rest of the money which he made out of the fight he kept to pay some ex- peases of the trip. Presents Motor Car to Mother After visiting tbe bank he rode to an automobile' concern on Michigan avenue and purchased a touring car, a present for his mother and which-will be .for her exclusive use. The car Is painted red and it had no sooner pulled'iip in front of the house than his mother and sisters piled into it and a taken over the boule- vards. In victory Johnson did not forget his friends of boyhood days. Jack yes- terday said he had sent 'to his old home, town, Galveston, Tex., to be distributed to, his old friends who are the best of circumstances. It is ..said; .he -has given away nearly an equal amount in the colored belt since his return xfrom Reno. He 'has received numerous requests for finan- cial aid .from various colored institu- tions; _. In the champion's mail yesterday al? sorts of were received. The ma- jority of them'were from fanatics, thte general; being that Jack is not a real champion and that he would not have lasted long, in the days when Fitzsimmons, Corbett, and Sharkey were in th'eir prime. Others stated they were glad Johnson Jeffries, who never was a good fighV er, while, a -lot of the letters came from the. colored women in' different country and...stated 'that, ad -named their chiidren afte'r Toronto, July Pip- er, wife of .Larry Piper, the well known Winnipeg base 4. ball player, .is dead after a month's illness.. Her husband has with her for two weeks. J. OTHER W. C L. GAMES BRANDON'S GREAT VICTORY IN THE NINTH Medicine a great batting rally in the ninth the Angels won from the Medicine Hatters to- him. Weak on the Stage Curious .persons continued .to gather around the champion's home to'geCa glimpse of the first man who defeated Jeffries, There was no demonstration but Jack was kept busy shaking the bands of admirers. The only definite; plan Jonnson has for the future is a week's engagement at Hammerstein's roof gar-den in New -York next week; His act will consist of three rounds of boxing, a .tune or two on his bull fid: die, and .a brief talk on the fight li> all ne will .be before the footlights twenty minutes at each performance and be will receive "-for. the' work. Y Yesterday ,he bad received- an offer of froni s music hall in San Francisco, to show next week, but owing to tbe contract he has with Hammerstein was un- able to accept. While in New York Jack will meet Hugh Mclntosh. the Australian promoter, who is anxious to book him for some engagements-o.? the island. Johnson has bis mind set on spend- ing a few weeks at Atlantic City after bis New York engagement He in- tends to take bis wife and automobile and show the people of the fashionable resort a few things: He will fight any- body if a suitable purse is bung up and he does not bar any of them, but be said yesterday there was not a good one in the bieavyweight division who. would be a match for him. cinched up a victory early in the game. TJp to 'this Wtoisman kept the hits well" scattered and held the visitors powerless. "A single, two 2- baggers, a walk .by Harper and Whis- man did the business. pitched great ball, 'and Whis- man's-clear cut "home run was the only hit made off. him. Brandon 000 6 .4 Medicine Hat 13 Wood and Morrow; ihisinan and rJavidBdn. Umpire: Wheeler. of "the Lethbridge Lacrosse Club met together in the Balmoral sample rooms for the purpose of reorganizing the managing 'committee. The meet- ing was presided over toy Manager Mc- Neil and the .following officers were elected.: President, Spencer McCaig i; vice- president, H. J. H.. .Skeith sec.- M... Putman captain, A. McCome K. McNeil; executive C. Upton, -F. J; Thomas, "W. B. Burnett. and Hotson. The meeting further decided, to play, the next two senior, lacrosse 'games I as heretofore At Calgary. THIRD TO TiHE BONEP.IiLEiRS thievery arid timely .slugging won. the -final of ;the; aeries tonight-for-'the Bonepilers. Dell made eight- strike- outs "but was 2 .hit 'freely i at. critical stages. ..kept the. Eskimos guesing'all the tiroe.' Regina played; much nappier. 'ball than, in the two Edmonton' .v'JOOO..000 2 iR-egma 101 "7.2 :Dell .and Spencer :J Hous- ton and Mcin4osh.l Umpire: CAliGAiRY, I.N 'A' WITiH LETHBRIDGE B'RANDON TONIGHT The Brandon team is sched- uled at the -ball park for the balance of the week. Tine Angels have been strengthen- ed considerably and there is every promise of some fast baseball in store for the fans. _ Baseball Brevities Three straight from Winnipeg. Miners at the top with Calgary. of the league The town is going baseball mad and you can't stop it. The Angels of Brandon are here to-night with the same. old genial Bill Morrow leading the host. Don't look for a walk-over, to-night when the Miners and -the Angels clash. They have a .sixty per- cent, better team now than they had when here before. Oriet, the new snort-stop is .ex- pected to land here to-day and will likely be seen on the local line-up to-night if he arrives. ought to .be here at any time now. Then watch the Miners cut ice in this pennant race. Oriet played here in 1907 under the name of O'Brien. Rory Walters and the Lethbridge Club love one Roxy's team plays jCalgary to-night and it is "a pretty safe bet that the Regina team doesn't care a great deal .ther Regina trims their opponents or not, .when he knows that Letnbridge and Calgary are fi place. for first ACCEPT MULOGON'S CHALLENGE AT CALGARY Sporting Editor Herald: Dear accept "Jack Muldoon's challenge, winner to receive 7o per cent of gate receipts. The said match to taKe place where -it would suit Mul- doon. Yours W. MORTLAND, Ex-Middleweight wuampion, North of England. Calgary. July 13. CLEVERWLLE BEAT BARONS Cleverville, July remarkable game of ball was witnessed at. Bar- ons on- the 12th. Cleverville went over to Barons and displayed'i their talent by defeating the Baron teas. 3-0. The features of the'game were the fine control that Harper displayed in the also the batting of" St. Luke, both, of Cleverville. This is a fair illustration of giving your home boys the preference. Cleverville has been in the habit of securing outside talent which did not seem to come up to the standard, and they have been losing all along. This time, however, they played their own town men, and outclassed Barons. It is to be hoped that in the future they will profit by this lesson. Stick to your own boys and clay them. Calgary, July made it three straight from Moose Jaw, al- they were lucky to get away as the visitors, outbatted and outfielded them. T? "d TT1 Jew Moose. Jaw 9 2 Calgary..........002 100 6 6 4 and Bliss ning and Flannigan. Longe- necker. WESTE'RN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won "Lost P.C. '3 0 1.000 3 0 1.000 Lethbridge .Edmonton 2. 1 .667 Brandon 2 1 .667 Medicine Hat 1 2 .333 Kegina 1 -2 .333 0' 3 Moose Jaw 0 3 .000 Lethbrtdge AB R Montreal Looks Easy Vancouver, July Minto Cup games take place on the 16th and 23rd of the month, wkh the Montreals, champions of the National Lacrosse League for the season of 1909, playing one of the stellar roles and New West- minster the other. There is probably only one place where this challenge is taken seriously and that in the ranks of the eastern players themselves. At j Ward, cf.......... 4 the coast the impending: contest, is Pieb, rf and, p 4 not causing much loss "of "sleep, while Lezie, p and rf eastern papers have already begun to harp on the hopelessness of the east- ener's quest. The New Westminster team will no doubt be called upon to extend themselves to hold the cup, but In view of the splendid team which now represents that city and in view of the disadvantages under which a Winnipeg Badly Beaten the Local Nine 14 to 8 The Miners closed the last series here of- the season with Winnipeg in a blaze of glory, for once more and for. the .third consecutive time the J July 23rd, at High River, July 25th. Maroons were lowered to the dust. Some would say that last night1 s victory to be iagloricw in the extreme: It surely-was a rag- ged and choppy game, as -the score of 14 to 8 will amply bear out. While the fielding '.of "tbe'' favorites was not up to tie mark and devoid of any- i Alberta Intermediate League series, thing to foe chesty- about, that of 'the Lethbridge team again went to visitors was Mdeous. less than nine errors, best of the Maroons played in the .tiine.: worst bush-league form The.game .was fast and ;clean diamond, Krueger, the- mainstay '-of while each team; played -a their infield, behaved .like "a very sterling of lacrosse to the fin- amateur, and handed the -like a man in a trance. ;Cook, ty, the' nonpariel first-sacker, let a j JTurrif, of Lethbridge, who nice, easy 'throw slip through his adorned .the fence following a squab- mit- and Speiser, :Who started: the things on. 'two through-; with 2 r in quarter, but' were Taber Again Won On Tuesday evening last in one of the fastest lacrosse games that has yet been pulled oS the Southern They Had .no defeat before the Taber. stick-hand- JS6irie" bf the -by a. score that sto.od 4-3 at full a known" far and wide5 as a sire of 'trot- r-: ;dled; here at the Hbpper ferent occasions; _._i.- j. The Turners didn't contribute such -of posed. Three errors were marked up outclassed by Taber, -who bulged g. tlie against them only, Head 'being re- one. sponsible for two, and one of them twice, Turrif once. a bad bounding would have taken phenomenal skill tbv sut> cessfully handle. Lezie made the, other i, which was not a bad. one either. up McKay, Gow, p.'; T. I Neil, 5. McNeil, 3d.? By the end of the seventh, the local nine -had acquired' such an overwhelm- ing-lead and on account of the'gathr ering gloom, Manager- Krueger de- cided that his team: had been drubbed, enoiigh and lie threw .iip the; sponge. started the "bos, work locals, but 'was wild aad ineffective and in the fourth round exchanged Bailey, o.h-i; Bud White, BaP Player May Die "Aberdeen; Juy the second base.man." on the Mbntesano. teamv of Washington State league, has been unconscious 24 hours and'1 will, probably die' as the re- places with Pieh who was playing in He was- a considerable proyement and the game was never in doubt after he got. into his usual stride which has always been good against Winnipeg. Speiser was also displaced -by Moore, the Maroon centre-fielder to- ward the conclusion of the third. He was slightly better than Speiser, but no puzzle for the" local run makers, who hit him pretty much as they, pleased. A peep at the score will "tell the tale of the conflict as it occurred, but give lots latitude to the im- agination. Winnipeg AB R H PO A E Krueger, :ss 4' 1 3 2 Edmonds, c....... 4.1 1 4 Isbell, If 4 0 1 3 Moore, cf and p ..3120 Beatty, Ib 3 2 0 7 Costello, 2b 41 1 2 Van' Ward, 3b 31 2 3' Anderson, rf...... 3 0 0 0 Speiser., p......... 21 1 0 of being struck by a pitched ball U'T- ___ uring the Aberdeen-Mbntesano game at Montesand yesterday. 1 2 ,Q 1 .1 0 0 30 8 11 21 11 Olson, If 5 Head, 3b......... 4 !Mck. ss 1 Lynch, c.......... 5 Dudley, 2b 5 O'Hayer, Ib 5 vising team always plays in foreign fice grounds, and the fact that some of the Montreal players have seen their bes', day, there is little speculation as to the outcome of the series. The Sal- mon Bellies seem to have -the CUD won before they step on the field. H PO A 211 322 0 3 6 4 5 0 0 101 36 14 15 21 10 3 By Innings: Moore, 'who was at bat, attempted to .dodge a curved ball which he though.was about to hit Mm. Instead, however, he jumped direcUy into the course of the ball. Moore lives in Portland, Ore. EXPECT GOOD LUCK." in your fiihlng or shootini: guns and ammunition; j They'll I W all right if you get them here. vv 80, WILL THE- WALJtvTENlfc and camp- the'fe'i' any oi? sprtre hIVeii't got'come and'tellV Sporting HONE 1032 ALLERTQN, FAMOUS SIRE, DIES irtt Stalliorrto .Trot in t Sulky White People Blamd Philadelphia, July negro ministers' conference, composed of pastors of.the African Methodist Epis- copal churches of Pennsylvania, New- Jersey, Delaware and New York, at a meeting held here to-day refused to endorse a resolution favoring the suppression-of the Johnson-Jeffries fight pictures. Bishop B. T. Turner, .who -led the opposition, to the resolution, admitted that he 'had prayed that Johnson might win. He said he was bitterly opposed to prize fights, but since the fight was to take place he wanted the black man to win, especially as the whites had made a race issue of the encounter. He urged that no ap-; be made 'by colored men to sup- press the pictures, and declared >the men advocating such suppression were doing -so only because the black man had won. Big League Batsmen Player Club G AB R H Per. Suodgrass, N. Y. 25 56 7 22 .390 Paskert, Cin 52 160 24 55 .344 Winnipeg 2 1 2 j Hofman. Chi.......51 171 37 58 .339 Lethbridge Summary: .....2 3 2 Earned runs, Winnipeg 2, Letbbridge 4; 3 base hit, Ward; 2 base hits, Lynch 3, Ward, Pieh; sacri- Moore, Head; sacrifice fly, UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block Chick; stolen bases, Edmonds, Speis- er, Chick; struck out, by Speiser 1, Lynch, by Moore 2, Head, Lvuch, by Lezie 2. tjostello, Beatty. by Pieb, 3, Speiser, Edmonds, Isbell; bases on balls, off Speiser 1. off Moore 3, off j Lezie 3; bit by pitcher, Anderson, Chick; double play. Chick to O'Hayer; Wild pitch. Speiser, Moore, Lezie; left on bases, Winnipeg 6, Lethbridge 8; innings pitched, by Speiser 2 l-3; by Moore, 4 2-3. by Lezie 3, by Pieb 4. Time 'Attendance 450. Umpire Houston. Called on account of dark- ness. The New York Club made an offer of for the remainder of the sea- son to Pitcher Templeton of Williams, but the latter won't play professional ball. Pitcher Bob Groom of Washington has yet to win a- game from St Louis, a team which always beats him, even, when it fails to hit him very hard. Campbell, Pgh 36 113 16 38 .336 N. Y... 16 45 4 15 .333 White, Pgh........ 12 21 2 7 .333 O'Leary, Det. 10 10 1 4.400 Lajoie, Cle........ 59 221 25 87 .393 Cobb, Det. 65 250 49 95 .380 Schmidt, Det. 19 41 7 14 .341 Bender, Atb. 17 47 4 15 .319 Speaker, sS 191 30 60 .314 FIGHT FAN-SHORN OF MUSTACHE Chicago, July J. McCar- thy shaved off his mustache because Jeffries lost at Reno. McCarthy is chief deputy in the Cook county con- troller's office. Hugh Smith, of the assessor's of- fice, bet a head of hair against Mc- Carthy's mustache. s Smith has no mustache. 'McCarthy endured the tonsorial operation on Tuesday night When he came home his wife looked startled. When he came to the of- fice he was mistaken-for a stranger. Tonight the Westminsters face the Britts on the Square at 7 p.m. This means 6.60 p.m. Players are re- quested to be on time. Referee, Stroud. in was ier" pair that season? b'y telegraph Wi y mate. -.with o Kentucky, breeding and the f George_ The foals Allerton, rot, in to high Axtell, at 3 years, ing stallion of- old. Axtell as a 3-yearKjid fbr; nd for Allerton" refused; an of nearly twice that sum. arned him ra: fortune in the, was sold' a'couple of years Hopper, along with .tie .rest tock. owned 'tiy: ._ (Sets1 Mark Year Old 'When1 'then a. '5 trotted- in 1-1 Sept erfonriance made .him champion; stallion. On Sept- 4 'tie had; jtrot-1 v ed but that record: weeks later by on again raced against the .watch; won. 'With'' the' exception. 5of of Palo -Alto, .made InV California wo months later, that mfle Is'ivtheX V. st' by a >trpttrng- stallion to 'heel sulky. .In the to he etired, inade a great success and at the close of last season" ire! of 156 trotters and 45 pacersYthat ad taken standard records, sons" that had sired" 102 trotters and ers, and 19; were; '-.'the dams of _-29 trotters "and -7 pacers. ;ftTan- cy Hoyce, which raced on the grand. circuit last year and took a 'record 09 -1-4, the last of his. get, to enter the trotting list, although; doubtless many more will follow. Gayton and Rediac are other bers of-the Allerton. 2rlO trotting'" list: were good race winners as as fast horses, and the last named; will take Ibis sire's place in the stud at. the Hopper, farm. Locanda His Best Pacer The best pacer %sired by Allerton is Locandai 2 02, whicK for several iyears has been In the stuu 'is -SentuckyirAltp Leyburn, a son of Allerton, sired Jack Leyburn, 1-2, wMchheld'theltrec- ord for tni-ee heats, by a trotter iki a race until 'it', was" taken from him; by Hamburg Belle? and many other :sbns of Allerton sired, speed of the horse sort, while' his daughters dams of Ann which won an M. and Deioree, 1-4, a "fast trotter which went .lame before show-. ing her full speed, and' others; 7- is; I thinkj-