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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta mm CURESHOLM RACE MEET Good Programme for the First Day--Wind Bad It was unfortunate for the first day of this meeting that a disagreeable wind afternoon and the track was enveloped in clouds of dust most of the time. There was a fair crowd, all things considered, and the; second day should be better in this respect. The racing as a whole was good, though in one or two in- YOU CANNOT IXPECT .GOOD LUCk BRITS VANQUISHED Westminsters Were the Victors in the Night's Gaine Oh the Square-Game Had Plenty of Variety stances the crowd were not too well local given satisfied. .thought the horse Llandaff have Josie S a closer fight in the "Mile the latter is a pretty good mare it must be remembered. To-day, owiag to sickness among the horses entered the Claresholra Derby will he a walkover lor Llandoff. RESULTS 3 Minute Trot or Pmce J. Lewis Cox, Medicine Hatj Charlie the Kid Ill J. Matheson, High River Buster 222 .F. E; Gibson, Glaresholm, Jay Kerwin 3 2.40, 2.37. This 3 3 was an easy stunt for the Kid, who here, as elsewhere, made many friends. 2.17 Trot or. 2.12 Pace E. J. Capwell, Calgary b. M., pansy............... J. Fisher, .Medicine Hat b. Oh So J. Matheson, High River b. in., Isora K........... 2.36, 2.35 Last evening the" clashed in a mighty football endeavor with-the Britts. The teamg were, j prior to 'the match, conceded to be at so from point of weight. However, the result tells a different story and this is how the Nbrthenders blanked th Britishers in a 4-0.programme. THe game was called p. m The ball was sho.ved to the side for a Westminsters' shy. The Westminsters seized the -leather and shot it dpwn for a goal kick.. The return was gob bled up by the .Britts', forwards and led up the campus until Johnston 3-3-1 1 1 2 2 and 13- Isora K in the third heat. had to be drawn, the heat and the pace being toomuch for her. The Maple Leaf '-Stakes; each. with added for 2 1 and 3 year olds bred in Alberta, furlongs. r H. W. Eshenv Lundbreck, s. I. yrs., 108 tts. _____ 1 Stewart Ranch, Clareshoim; fe. f.t Spring Coulee Maid, 3 years, 108 fts 2 W. T. Eddy, rpincher Creek, s. f. rushing out engulfed the spheroid and gave It a ride to right. The ball continued to travel swift ly all the time and then some. Each team looked easergly at its prey check ing and following up wiin good effect. The play had its 'iare share of fouls, the Bnbts being responsible for a goodly number. .The ball edged towards Britt goal territory, the' Westminster halves checking heavily' and feeding up well. But the Britts took their men at ev ery turn and some heavy body check- ing appeared upon, the scene. the applause of the spectators by put- ting over such a hot one that McDow- all seemed to be paralized and the nets were bulged a second score, in Westminester's.Javor. Once again they got an excellent chance, following a foul." But the for- ward who handled the spheroid war counted off-side and the shot came to naught The Britts henceforward began to use their, weight to. advant- age and bowled the Northmen over in regular ten-pin With fifteen minutes left in -which to retrieve themselves, the Britts buck- led up a slack and began to bombard- the Westminster goal as if the shots were a huge field gun. But the way Johnson gobbled up oh those hot drives was good to see. They all came to him for one purpose and that to be stopped." Now, that North certainly cannot be called quitters. CANNOT INTERFERE IN BRITISH COLUMBIA Vancouver, B. C., July 14, B. C. Government has written Rev. J. G. Shearer.sec ,A retary of the Lord's Day Alii- the Calgary Kegina combined attempt of the North End eaay spectators even doub- mea to score generally ended in a ted attempt to" block-it cdrnerl Eventually they were awarded r scoring .for. the game a. penalty kick. W. Simm who took the End; bunch emerged the Kick-off, headed a low scratch theiir and Beltis, 99 Beltis made play for a quarter when Spring Coulee Maid took the lead, -but had shot her bolt an eighth the oirection of tne goal but narrow- ly missed. Thereupon Perkins elec- trified the crowd by a couple of break from home and Thelina won by lengths. Time LOa. The., Southern Alberta Purse. Mile W. J. Alford, Calgary, ch. m. Josie S., 6 tbs Rea vand Eshon, ciaresholm, b. s. two One J. Franklin, Macleod, b. g., Dark Night, 116 "fts." 3 The .three ran' in close company for half the distance when Josie S took the lead and won by three lengths. Dark Night, when contesting second money with Llandaff, struck a stone and lost several .lengths. The Merchants Purse. Mile W, J. Alford, Calgary, ch. m., .Nellie Racine, 6 yrs. 117 ffis..... 1 Eddy and Cooper, Pincher Creek, b. g., Greasy Pete, 114 fts. 2 E. McAbee, Golden, B. C., br. s. Traffic, -4 yrs., 122 Bs.............. 3 Greasy Pete made Nellie Racine gallop for this. Traffic ran well for f. There.were also Indian races. away -rushes. But he was caught be- fore he had a chance -to shoot and his brilliant rush ended in an ingloriou dust raising tumble. The Britts. began to shape, selves up a little a this juncture and handed out two or three likely looking ones to Joiinston who ate their .pat cited- dust raisers with a vengance A dispute shy was settled by a face- off from, the referee's hands and was followed.. almost immediately by ,3. .But the Brit forwards so far lacked the scoring kick and seemed to lose their bearings when confront- ing a chance to land the pigskin. The Westminster bunch now came with a fine rush. Simm froze onto the ball and instituted a lead of own He shot STARS IN WESTERN TOURNEY Gardiner, National Champion, on List from Canada Chicago, July entries for the western amateur golf champion- ship which will be held at Minikahda club, Minneapolis, Minn., beginning Ju- ly 25, are being received by Secre- tary Charles E. Willard of the West- Golf Association at his Chicago of- fice. The entries close on J.uly 18. Among those already entered are Robt R. Gardiner, national amateur cham- pion, and Charles Evans, Jr., .the west- ern title holder; It is probable a strong team of Ca- nadian players from Winnipeg will field in fine form with the opposing halves hot on the scent But a-pass to centre was siezed.upon by the hun- gry'Britishers and placed far out of danger for a corner kick. Nothing doing. AS usual the play of either team was somewhat loose and open, plenty of chances being given to butl? in unceremoniously. Thus the play con-tinued to the alternate advantages of either side until -the half time whis- tle so.unded and the score sheet still remained a blank. The Britte broke away in the second half with a fine rush and became soj ox, Perkins, forwards. Referee, rStroud. Attendance .400. CALGARY WON 010 and wheeler allotted the-prir- Batteries: Gaddy and Standridge; Sage and Mclntosh. MOOSE JAW SHUT OUT 'Edmonton 010 6 Moose'Jaw ._..000 000 5 Lynch's WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING LETHBRIDGE 4 Calgary 4.' Edmonton 3 Brandon 2 Medicine 2 Regina i Winnipeg o MtoosY 0 Won Lost Pet. 1.000 1.000 .750 .500 .500 .250 .000 .000 of testing the skill of .terrible ipwatsmen. fife jthe ;rlght the occasion. He entered the fray with long Odds .against him in the middle- rof third. With a man on, third and no retired his opponents one down, he without "From then until, the seventh session it, was a pitchers battle between Lezie and Woods with the score standing 4, to 1 in the home our .good chances to score vanished. A Spell of Good .Playing From then until the seventh both put up a good article, of ball respective .pitchers working in inlshed and effective style. Some fielding which :gave class to the .game were pulled off and called forth ihowlg of approbation from the spec- tators. O'Hayer made a 'spectacular catca of Borleske's foul fly m Of the bleachers the -MacWa" left and :c In at Calgary, Wifinipeg ,at Medicine? Hat -and Moose Jaw Ed- monton to-day. Chesty Cor has been hitting noth- hut air .since he joined the and fieacon hu put him on the bench. Ball .players always take their time about reporting. Dreohko and Oriet, the Miners, ire seemingly no tion to the, rule. Brandon 'will pitch and the. locals Heinrich to- wiU probably erne's favor, la the seventh pitchers suffered was the first to get Ms .both and AT THE LYCEUM TO-NIGHT the 'visitors had so many men horer- Ing around the bases that the aspect became most 'serious. Not a .hit had been made off Lezie up to that stage Tmt during this spell of events he "was rapped out for three but they only netted 'one run. Woods didn't a hit .until the seventh, either when two take part in the Olympic cup competi- tion, to be played on the Saturday pro- had found its way. between the posts and was lying ojiietly beneath the aet first score for the evening in fav- or of the North End men. Five minutes later Kelly and Staf- ford clashed together in their eager- ness to get under a drop. Both went up in the air and landed heavily. As a result Stafford had to be carried from "the field suffering from a ceeding the championship rounds. jiously injured ankle. .This left the Westminsters -to do battle with but ten men. But they held their own wel On a rush from right Simm led u the leather for a clear shot but faile to take a sufficiently careful aim am shot high. More than once a North End man got clear but was followe so closely that his shooting proved erratic, A few minutes "later, on a pass from singles were belted out and coupled-with a walk, two punk 'bungles and two pisses, gave "the Miners four more runs! From the third to the seventh it was a "tight exhibition. The locals had a chance a couple of times to run up a score or two but the hit tnat was necessary didn't come. After -the disastrous looking spasm In the second round Lezie pitched in nitTin winning style until the seventh. The visitors usually (went lout in one, two, three order. Seldom did they get as far as second. ed in witfi Vurprlsing in the sixth a difficult. cf........ 4 the crowd laughed in glee. Shulfz IThompscm'lb 4 Cooper, rl........ o Sullivan, If........ 3 Olson walked and got around to Borleske'3b third in our half of the first, aided by Head's perfect sacrifice. CMck also.walked but Lynch and Dudley got out on easy ,flies to .the infield. Brandon Scores In the second Brandon got a retired on a ground balL Olson <3ot to Third run CRICKET AT PINCHER CREEK Pincher Creek, July A cricket match took place at the athletic grounds here yesterday afternoon be- tween a team from Fishbum and one "So Jeff is going to fight me again In six months, is scoffed the ne- gro champion. "Well, I'll have were closed thing -to say about .that, and I want to make it plain right now that I shall not fight again, for a year. It would be cruelty for Jeff to fight me again, don't want to fight again. I whipped -omposed o! town players. af tie game occurring -w for tie ac- tney had no license to get ;With one 'down Cooper, walked and when-steal- ing second, ball was thrown low by Lynch, going right through the whole field, and the runner skated home at his own. pleasure. Favorites Get Four O'Hayer tore off a nice line drive between centre and right for three bags. Ward, followed, with a stiff single to sending in O'Hayer. j Mackin put a Texas behind short, i By nnings: advancing Ward. Then Lezie singled Brandon :nrough -the pitcher's box, filling the Lethbridge Morrow, c 3 Thelen. p Grayson, p Woods, p PO A 3 0 2 2 2 0 6 0 was -up to that, person to 'supply the news by interviewing the. presi- dent the same "as Herald -ias done. The president would have mighty job on his hands "if .he under- took to supply each paper dnv; the7 circuit with news as the Free Press seems to think he should. Football Notes The weiiiy- meeting of the. bridge Football League Executive l be held this evening at 8.30 in- ;he Balmoral sample rooms. A representation is requested; There will be a friendly, game- of; football to tie played upon the square to-night between the Foresters and a scratch team from -the .Y.M.C.A. ranks. Lethbridge 3 Head, 3b......... 3 laick, ss 2 .ynch, c.......... 4 Dudley, cf........ 4 O'Hayer, Ib....... 4 Ward, rf 2 Mackin, 2b 4 ie, p 4 28 2 4 24 11 AB R H PO A 120 0 1 1 0 1 11 1 0 2 2 1 0 Thelen was here taken out of the :box and Grayson substituted. Olson hit first ball thrown by to right, Cooper 1 iSv f-. half holiday "ther-e was ance to witness the good' attend- first cricket ?et away from him in match played here this season. When it became perceptible from the late- him cleanly and there is no reason jness of tlie bour tnat two innings by the two why -we should fight again. I have j couW not istablished my right to the champion- eeaas Pincher Creek gave the match hip and Jeff knows it I believe that s all hot air. I am doubtful whether eff made that statement. But take t from me Jeff will never fight me gain. Why, he couldn't get a backer. The report from Los Angeles quoted effries as saying that" he had good ad sufficient reasons ..for wishing a match. Jeffs interview In part aid: "I am going to my ranca for a long to Fishburn on the .strength of the tallies from the first innings, wh ch Fishburn 81 runs, Pincher 30 9 S 24 8 .2 0 1 0 0 4 0 0, 4 Summary: Earned runs, Lethbridge 4; 3 base hit, O'Hayer; 2 base hit Mackin; sacrifice hit, Head; sacrifice flies, Ward, Lezie; stolen bases, Ol- son, Chick 3, Lyncfl, O'Hayer, Mackin; struck out by Wood 4, Lezie, Head, fashion, for when the ball, Dudley, O'Hayer, by Lezie 5, O'Brien, Sallivan, Grayson, Wood, Schultz, bas- Tc-morrow morning -the Lethbridge Plumbers' Football team journeys to: Calgary for a match with Jtfce Cal- gary plumbers. They are taking 'up. some team and metal men will have to look :to" their 'foot- ball if they wish to the erners. A return match-will be play-: ed in Lethbridge about Fair; time. The following team will represent Lethbridge: Goal, Watson5 backs, Cameron and Pearson 5 halves, Isaac, Kelly and Nicholson; forwards, McV Lachlan, Holberton, Inglis, Wilson and Scott. JEFF ON FISHING TRIP Los Angeles, July J. Jef- ries left late last night for Santa Ca- talina Island for a week's fishing and uiet When he returns he will make announcement regarding the roposed battle between himself and ack Johnson. was returned to the infield, the bas- had been cleaned once, and es on balls, off Thilen 2, Olson, Chick, another fair way to be filled again, !off. GraFS011 L O'Hayer, off Woods S: Ward, Mackin and Lezie having sail- ed in, while Olson drew up at third. Head died on a fly to left; Olson tried to score on tb.e throw but fail- Chick 2, Olson, Head, Dudley, Ward 2, Mackin; hit by pitcher, Lynch; inn- ings pitched by Thelen 1 1-3, by Gray son 2-3, by Woods 6; laft on bases, Creek 43. Pincher Creek, however, Lad made 87 runs in their second innings, and it was at this- juncture the game was given to Fishburn, ow- ing to the lateness of the hour. J. R. Palmer made the highest number of runs for Pincher Creek, 23. aad B. Knight for Fishbura, 17. close margin. Chick hit past short and Lynch was allowed a base on being hit on the foot by a pitched ball. Dudley crashed hummer tnrough Holmes, Chick racing In on the hit, overran the .plate without touching it; the umpire and Bill -Mor- row saw It and Chick was touched out putting down the side. 5, Lethbridge 12. Time Attendance 400. Umpire, Houston. AUSTRALIA CRACK IS WINNER New York, July Nelson, Australia's welter-weight champion, In his first local appearance knocked out Jack Clifford of California In the sixth round of a scheduled 10-round bout OATES' mention that name next yott want a rickey that lutes right. HM that crup, dry to fine! Order COATES original Plymouth ;