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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta M3 THE LETHlttlDOE QAILY gEBALP July si. LETflBRIDGE HAM MET A JONAH SPORTS Letfyridge Ball Team Stranded on the Prairie Thetethbrldge ball team is in danger of losing their grip on the district league championship. The same scheduled to tako place at mond Saturday didn't materialize. Lethbridge failed to put In an ap- pearance upon the field of battle, and therefore defaulted the game Wh> Not because tuei hesitated about facing the issue They were the vie tims of unfortunate circumstances. The Alexandra bus was chartered to take'the team to Raymond and 'left here about four o'clock. Everything went merrily for about six .miles when the gearing of the big car went awry.' An Inspection of the break made it apparent tliat the big conveyance would never see the team into Raymond that evening so (ho nearest telephone was- brought Into acquisition and autos sought in the citj to complete the louinej It was close upon seven o'clock when the first arrived and with the other two which were sent for nowhere in sight there wai nothing to do but call the tnp off t Raymond has nothing to gain by claiming'the rame and as Lath- hridge and Raymond have been playing boll for three years now on the beet of friendly terms there is no doubt, but what1 the sugar town will be courteous to Lethbridge and willingly play the game on another date. If. the game goes to Raymond, Lethbridge-and Taher will be prac- tically tie again In. the league, race with prospects of finishing the season that way.. That being the case a championship series will be necessary, TMTA games in the CiU Baseball League, which -closes its scHc- dulo. July 24th. Tonight the Y.M.C.A. and Maroons will plaj at the Athletic Park Q, Cardsion Club Would'nt Play Hn mond, Vl Tub 15 July tti was "the date act for the Card Raymond, in Raymond, but for some reason Cardston is unable to come and" In all probability the game goes 'to Raymond by default. It was thought that the tie game might- be played in Magrath today, but there eeems some difficult) in making ar rangemenU. We are informed that the disputed Cardatan game ii to be placed in Magrath on a date arrang >d 'between the Raymond and Card- teams. It will be remembered that Raymond's automobile, through no fault of Raymond, failed to arrive the Cardston diamond on schedule time. Arrangements were made for a postponement to a later hour En' the day; ibut -when the Raymond players arrived in the evening they found the Cardston team scrapping among tlpm selves. andL Ray mond came home nifh outplaying.' .This is the game, being arranged for at J'sgrstl. A GJIU stbh man In- Raymond today is report- to have told a prominent fan that "Cardatoa baseball team a thing of the past As rtd v.ny thw til on Id he replied tliat the players engaged by Cardston uad been dismissed. This la an amateur league, and-- if this statement. he true Cardfiton guilty of a 'breach of the arneteur law. The result of tlie- lea? giie li now largely a matter of cpeeu Itfion. SOME SPEED Buffalo, N T July Bre'of the motor cycle the Fort Erie, Ontario track today, In conjunction with the com ention of the American federation of Motor Cy- clists was the fifteen mile .race for professional riders. Ed. Kasha of Pallas, Texas, won in 13.19 3-5 CHAMPION OARSMAN ENTERED Halifax, July O'Neill Of Halifax, champion amateur sculler of the America sent in his entry to the National Association of Am- erican Oarsmen regatta which takes place at Saratoga, N. Y. on July 28 and 29th. MIDDLEWEIGHT POUNDAGE Billy Papke who claims.the middle- weight the world evidently IIRB no legitimate- claim on the pound championship for he from Eng- land that soon as he gets back to ttUi country he is going to introduce the Bngllih limit to 160 pounds at 2 o'clock Grassy Lake to Play Game Here Tomorrow Night Grassy Lake and the Lethbridge Rangers' come together here to- morrow, evening in a scheduled game "at the Athletic Pavk. Ths game-is Cat led for 6.45. A good exhibition of soccer is anticipated. Grassy Lake" has a team worthy !of ;the either Lethbridga teams'. The; local line-up .will be ae follow a Mclntire, goal, J Bannerman and Easton, backs; Glenn, Brenrian and Hutton, ihalf back's; Moore, Patterson, Clemen- son and Cameron, forwards. Ban- viierinan arid Tinning on reserve Nationals Walked Over Shamrocks July Nationals easily, defeated -the Shamrocks-today n a Bchertulfl N. L. 17. match, the final being to 5. :The.Frenchmen had it over the Irish n speed and stick handling and experience, and although tine Shamrocks .started out each quarter well, they were .unable to keep the pace set by their faster opponents. The Nationals lined up with only one change, playing Duckett oil the de- fense .instead of Decarie. Duclwtt, Wits Uken out in the second half and Decarie sent to his usual po- oD.. The 'Irish lined up without either Hogun 'or Kavanaugh, both of whom they were after with auch eager- ness at the ttart.of the season. The frequent: changes in the line-up of probably accounted for the lack of cohesion In the team. The youngsters have a bunch of good tricks and showed good form but were not able to getXtogether when 'it came to ah attack. Every member of the National's home, the scocing. The re- suit -coupled with Montreal's victory over the Tecutnsehs leaves the league [landing in an interesting position, Montreal, Tecumsfths, Toronto and Nationals have ;lost but one game. Standing of Clubs Today DANCING GIRLS OF THE HONEYMOON TRIA1L At the Majestic Theatre Next Thursday and Friday Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN (Sjturdsy) 1 New York.....HO 001 7 2 Louis Philadelphia Chicago Washington Detroit Boston .7.4 012 004 13 4 v 1? 2 002 S 1 100 1 000 001 4 2 (Sunday) BOO i 6 3 100 000 3 0 ooo' 020 a 2 10, 4 Cleveland New York 203 11" 16 0 001 300 493 NATIONAL Philadelphia 010 000 4 1 Pittjhurg Brooklyn St. Louis New York Cincinnati Boston Chicago 100 1. 4 000 020 2; 9 100 1 8 010 003 4 9 1 000 000 9 1 071 17M2 2 000 023 12 17 8 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION WESTERN CANADA i. 49 17 742 Calgary 40 17 702 Winnipeg those deans of .musical comedy creation, .Hough and Adams. -J'iifi. music .is 'Bon is a. guarantee of its worth. The plot Is somewhat above -the average musical corned} stjle and deals with the greatest of all sruwiiiH evils in modern "divorce A Httle seaside report in Rhode Island is where the action of the coroX edj takes place Dr Ketchem has established a "rest -cure1.', hotel ;whleh- hc as especially adapted to the needs .of people wbpse nerves are wracked by trie trying ordeal of dhorce Mr EH hugh Root Mason and his wife, Mrs Brinkman Potter Mason are in the proceeding and each to find a secluded place and one where the other wont think of coming decides on 'rest cure hotel" Airs 'Maaon arrives first her stepdaughter Annie" Mason. They soon Mason has telegraphed reserving -the best suite of rooms at. the hotel, and while are trjing to bribe the landlord to gne it to them, Mason armes on the scene Many and ied. complications arise which as Uie plot, unravels become screamingly funny. Geo. Perkins, saleaman for .Barlow's Boston Bnked Beans, who is vimnhiB -Mr. Mason's "bean .canning conce'rn a hot race, arrives on the scene hoping to place! an order with the "rest cure" hotel. Mr. Mason ex- nccts to do the acme and In the com petitive fight for the -business the .hotel is deluged with beans -'of every variety till the guests.cry for help. Meanwhile, Mr. Perkins has fallen in love .witU -Annie .'Mason and'she re- turns jbJE altectlon Mason is iuriouy, orders Perkins to desist and firmly threatens to shoot him with a load of his own case-hardeiied and securing an old shot gun proceeds to load it with'beans and himself a guard over the front of the hotel..: Sentry duty finally tires the old man out.and he falls asleep on a rustic bench. The .young .people are quick to take advantage of this, Perkins using a large .old fashioned swing which is suspended near A.n- hie's window, climbs up the balcony .railing and' carries off his bride to the nearest they are soon made man and wife. 'Mason meanwhile 'buys out Barlow's Bean order to fire joung Perkins, but decides to retain him when he hears that Perkins is his son-in-law. A.woman who puta the clothes to ;soak.Sunday night is too anxious to get. the washing out early. Tfiere are thirty tunnels more than a nilie long on English railways Western Canada League Games CALGARY OUTCLASSES SASKATOON EASILY. Saskatoon fuly Stanleys Bronchos added the third of the pres ent series this nTlernoon bj capturing the first end of the double header >by a score of 6 to 1 The Bern Pickers had a look In on the scoring business though al several stages they got the-bases.oc- cupied onU to see right up in pinches ind Koep them from cross ing the plate. The most sensational that of Walsh when he caught a line drive from Flannagan's ,bat and caught Chick off the hag The score Calvary 000 201 10 2 Saskatoon 100V000 6 5 and Davidson, Miller and Carney. BRANDON DROPPED TWO TO WINNIPEG 'Winnipeg. .Maroons raptured both games of the double header-from Brandon hers.Saturday by the scores of 5 to 2 and fi to 5 Two home runs by.Taylor and Collins contilbuted chiefly towards the locals ilclory in the first encounter though two wild throws by Hpjmes prov- ed costly. Angels made a good fight.for the second game as after being four runs to the bad they batted in lour runs and tied the score In the ninth by getting to Glass for sl.x hits.. The Maroons won out when both .Freer and Krueger teat out bunts and: Tar lor's hit put Freei across the plate The batting of Taylor was the feature of the day's performance, he netting a home run, two doubles and three singles in the two games Brandon...... 200 000 9 3 Winnipeg 202 6 S 'Thelan and Custer; Syfert.and Ed- Seco'nd Brandon ___.. 000. 10 3 Winnipeg OD3 Oil 1Z 4 Ryan and Ouster; Glass and MOOSE JAW LUCKY IN SECOND GAMt Moose Jaw, July Robins talked off with both fames today. The firs! nas a good exhibition of hall all through. Edmonton wu shut out. 'Moose Jaw.-wes hardly: entitled to the second contest. A couple of lucky 'hlts'ln the ninth put over the winning nin. The score ended 5 to 4. GALAXY OF INTERESTING NEWS MICHIGAN WILDCAT NOW REAL CHAMP Knockout Over Owen Gives Stand- Irjg in Ring Adolph Wolgast, Hghtwelght cham- pion of the world, is the most under- rated champion, in the history of the prize due. Probably H would ter to stale that he .was the most underrated title holder, for since the knockout victory scored over Owon Moran, tlie champion, has come into his own. "From the time he wrested the title fronK.Bailllng'Nelson to the ilognn and 'Franklo Burns-fights of a short time 'ago, .Wolgast was the "accident" the "cheese etc., with the east- ern fight The Memufc and La Grave bouts, which signalized his re- turn to his true form, following the broken arm period and'the recupera- tion therefrom, were branded, as and the "champion was accus- ed pf evading the better boys in rthe division. But now all that Is over. The few lingering doubts were swept Into ob- livion w.hen' the Cadillac youngster thrust his .padded-fist into, the stom- ach of Owen Morau on Independence Day, and to say that froin now until a new ,tUJc holder is horn the champion ,will -be given his dues Moran Disappoints Tae writer picked Wolgaat to retain the, title, in t lie'bo lit" of July 4, and the Cadillac youttgster_deUvered ".he winning package However I over rated did the majority of the Britisher credit for head: enough to keep away from the 7champioh, 'making1" a long ranse fight pfjt, trust to cleverness for a a lucky wallop fora knockout. However; the Birmingham lad fail- ed to run to form: the very open- Ing round he locked heads with Wol gast, and tempted fate bj plaUng I he champion at the latter a own game Disappointed 'the Raymond Spectators Hal mond, Alta July we were waiting at the .grounds, but no tlsilora turned up The LethbrMge dlstilct leiigue basubull team fpoto Lothbrldge waa eipected BiJtqnUr night to play the postjKraed game .lulv Jit with Ravmond The same was called for 0.30 o'clock. that time a telegram arrived to that the touilrig car conveying the cltvi plnjers had broken down about six miles south of Lethbridge but-'.that othor means of transportation at once be pnnlded and the team would be hero in time to The, Raymond crowd bouUiiiled to gather, gate keeper contiiuiQd lect -admission, but. Lethbridge didn't think it worth' while something had happened, we dont know what, which con- tinuing the Journey, not till Kaymond phoned to the city, that It WHS known defiultelr that the rial- ors had decided to home. Whether or not the gnmo goes to Raymond by default Is not yet a certainty. mond at Tiber on Julv Good games .ire eipeoted at Raymond players are In good shape Just to show that the Lethbridge baseball bojs were not pikers, and It was a case of an. accident, the secretary Irensurer phon- ed Dr. Amos as soon as lie arrived; at Lethbridge which was .at, about, elfht oclock, and .is lur as it Is known Ray- mond did not phone .Lethbridge.' New Westminster Team Played Rings Around Vancouver Aspirants ENGLISH CRICKET London, July cricket giimes ivere concluded todav Mid dlesex beat Somerset one Innings and 214 runs Yorkshne beat llamp Bhire by ten wickets Warwickshire heat Northamptonshire bj Lancashire beat" Derbj shire by innings Indians beat Leicestershire In seven wickets Stirling Five Too Fast for Magrath Magrath, Julv 14 Stirling Basketball Team j came over lor -a ineiidly game Magrath toda> and heat the locals bj an overwhelm- ing scorcf The plav al no time _ was .very ex- citing as the. locals had no prac- tice this summer The Stirling team plats a good game and ate'a huslfy bunch oi warriors and Magrath is to be congratulated on the class of play tliej handed out in the half The first half of the game was a fiz7le, ai far as the locals the? ing uo UiaiiLC against their heav- ier and better drilled opponents In the list hall, thev picked up a little 15 took, the sixth game ot the series from Vancouver the Cit> this afternoon, nfnning easilj by nine outclass- ed tne ffreen stiirtt all the ua> and the result doubt after the first quarter The Vancouver team lacked "the energj which a had ufaown In nil the games pUjed this Beaton and injuries to a couple of defence plarcra handlcapjted the chances oi Con Jones' aspirants GriffithB was sent down for the count right at the start with his head split open but to resume af- ter haung a stitcher ut in, con aequently the big (elIon fell off In MBygame. Billy West wrenched his ankle in the second quarter Md had to retire for the rest of the earae The champions jumped into the lead right at the start hut equalized a minute Imter for Vtncou ver.. After this if.was a WeBtminater procession Standing. District Football League Grassy Lake Macleod Rovers P W L D F A P 2101433 8 0 "0 3 6 6 l" 0 0 1 3 3 1 2011211 WlMB you raquire A pure tonic for buildlnt Irength coovtJ. wk your mcieliuit to MM! botttoi' CILB1EY S INVALID POIRT Wine Spirit Co. ;