Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 17. M'U Carpentier and Smith Ready .to WHITE HEAVY CHAMP OF Come to Terms for Another Match Without Anxious. FRENCHMAN GOOD SPORT Doesn't Care to Acquire Title By a Doesn't Foul Intentionally News- paper Opinions. IN STAKES London July stakes .for last night's match were paid over today, Carpentier re- celving a cheaue for .Buckley received on behalt of Smith, who was not present London, July "Gunboat" Smith and his manager, "Jim" Buckley, said today that they intended to make a further effort to arrange a return fight with Georges Carpentier, the French heavyweight, who yesterday awarded the decision at Clympia, when Smith was disqualified in sixth round for hitting the French man njiile he was on the ground. T.he American boxer declared he willing to meet the Frenchman and at any time, and would prefer that the winner should take the entire purse or gate money. Smith today asserted that he never fight again before a cinemato- graph. He said his eyes were weak, and he had to wear glasses in the sunlight Last night the glare of the lights puzzled him, and he thought possibir had something to do with his strikins.Carnentier .wMJeJhe Frenchman 'was down. Smith insists that, even if his glove touched Caroentier it -was uninten- tional, find :the did not hurt his opponent. Any other boxer, he said, would have continued the fight As to the blow 'which knocked him down in the fourth round, Siaith said that while it was a hard one', it did not put him out, and he. had simply re- mained down to gain the benefit of the rest. While realizing that it is hopeless, is making a formal protest against the referee's decision, on the ground it had been arranged for the seconds to remain out of the ring un- til the referee had given his decision, manager, Buckley Georges Carpentier Who won .an .unsatisfactory decision over "Gunboat" Smith .last night in London. He was born at Lens, Francs, January 12, 1894 His oppon rancs, anuary carjv m ent, Smith was born at Philadelphia, (teams from High River and Pekisko, and is an Irish-American victory Tioufc on a technicality. THE WORLD PLAYED NATIONAL Philadelphia .6, St. Louis 3. Brooklyn 4, Pittsburg 3. Brooklyn 5; Pittsburg'2.. game.) Boston-Cincinnati: Rain. Fast and Clever Contest in Which Cowley Was Defeated in Overtime 6 to Wins Cup. (Second Macleod.. Alia., July the Tastest ana best played liolo match that has ever been held on. .the -Mac- leod Polo grounds, the Macleod team was successful in defending the Mac- leod cup against the team of the Cow- ley Country club, and by so doing i become the holders of this, old tro- phy for, the year. The game was play- 'ed'on Wednesday, July 15 under ideal j circumstances, the grounds being true and in excellent condition, and the weather all that could be desired. Friendly Encounter Owing to of the teams from the north to put ia an appear- ance, the tournament of .the Western Canada Polo association was abandon- ed, and a friendly game arranged with the Cowley Country club. A return game "will he arranged for later in the year in Cowley, and the jSIacleod cliih hope to arrange 'games on. their home grounds early in August, with the practically I at which'games the Colonel Evans cup 'will be competed for. Fine Display Polo in Macleod received" a- great gives him ihe white championship of t-OiO in -uacieou receiveu a. gituk the world, as Smith was. thafc the AMERICAN Detroit 2. Cleveland 2, Washington 0. St. Louis 4, New York fl. Chicago 10. FEDERAL Brooklyn 0, Pittsburg 2. St. LouiSTChicago: Rain. .Baltimore S, Buffalo 3. Indianapolis 6, Kansas City 11 AM. ASSOCIATION St. Paul-Cleveland: Rain. Kansas -City S, Louisville 0 Milwaukee ti. Minneapolis 5, Indianapolis 4. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City 1, Providence S. Buffalo 4i Toronto '2. Buffalo 3, Toronto 4. (Second jaine.) Rochester 4, 10. Baltimore 6, Newark 5. CANADIAN Toronto. 4, Erie 1. BrantforcTs, Peterboro 1. Ottawa 3, St. Thomas 1. Hamilton 3, London 1. CULLIES EASILY BEAT CHy league Football Fixture 'Last Take Revenge for Former Defeat. THE SCORE Calliss 4 Shamrocks...... 0 GOAL SUMMARY CaillMi 30 minutes, Sons. Callies, 38 minutes, tinning. Second Half Callies, 18 minutej, Bone. Callies, 43 mlnutet, Bone. The Line-Up Bannerman and Easton; Gl-snn, Chiswlck and Mcllvena; Knight, Aliens Stewart, tinning and Bone. (Stewart and Bone .changed placet twenty mln- utei after the itart. Shamrocks Hewitt; Seaman and Holland: Worthing- ton and Cowan; Milner, P. Far- Gailagher. McCormick and Patterson. (Wllletts and Farrant changed positions.) MEDICINE HAT TEAM HERE FOR GAME TONIGHT Tbo'.Medlciiie .Hat Indepond- ents in Lethliridge on this afternoons local and the deferred game of fining ill come of tonight They look like a bunch of huskieB: .who' can.. iilay ball, but this. line-up, of .ulay'era-bught to beat them Gonll p Wiav c Uuile 1st b Mumoe 2nd b Seirteu betkei 3id b Daues ss Parsons, c.f.; Evans, r'.f. Oh the evening ot the 26th of. May the Dallies were the recipients Waterloo jolt that was most .j .j. wlicn': the lime was ripe made the lick: but lluvball sailed over the bar. Bone then brought it down from cen- tre and crowded Hewitt wuo nicelj Alter 1J ittersou foiced Clns witk to a coiner the Cilliei brought the'sphere down uul Bone manoeuvred his way through the Shams 'backif aitd shot fast and clean for Bone.a little later crashed one into the cross bar ami m the rebound Hewitt was' rushed 'and had a hard time clearing ins on the ground when: Seaman another of his several niiskicks of 'the game from :tull time, and'after he had-sawed -his: way through the op- position and crashed the ball through Hewitt'svhands. the champion of America, and deserveS( ag a resuit Of the tier held the championship of Eu- here oa Wednesday. It AUfitralfa, the-only other coun was a game that was featured by the try of the world, puglliptically inciin- hartjest fcjna Of ridins, good clean hit- ed, is .-not. in the running just at pr-e- sent. INTRODUCING 'NEW GAME AT Y. M. C. A. As the average boy delights In using the 'tiling be has made with his o'wu Uie Boys' department of the local T.M.C.A. are going to get busy bn Saturday mornins to put the fin- ishing touches on the vacant lots nest to the association building, and lay out the diamond Cor the playground ball. It. is the intention to organize a "Knee-Pants' baseball league for boys fourteen years end under; an intermediate for boys seventeen years and under, and a "Twilight" for the seniors. ThiE playground baseball has proved to be the most popular form f ball where space is limited. Play beins the serious business of given ma UCUIBHJU, the Frenchman's fcoyhood, malie it your serious busi- inanager pointed out, diere- ness, hoys, to turn out on Saturday garded -this arrangement, and jumped morning at 0 o'clock with your garden into tie ring immediately he saw rake. Remember, every boy comes there -was a chance of winning the with a rake, and every boy invited. Come whether yon are a member.-of WESTERN CANADA Hatters Keep It Up Medicine Hat, July Mad Hatters kept up tieir winning streak hy taking the second from Edmonton 5 to 1. Martin was in great form and and withal a very c'iean, open game, that kept the numerous specta- tors "onYaeir feet.the whole time. The closeness of the score also kept-the excitement at fever heat, for there was never .time a difference of more than one goal between the two Yearns. and the hard riding1 of'tne players was undoubtedly the feature: time and'time again tfce balh'would he tafcen.: from one end of the-i'field to the'dther, 'only .to brought back again by the opposing side. This meant practically a horse race, with .the opposing rider riding the man in possession off the order that the-man following could ob- tain possession. It was a game played as polo should o'e played, and of such a nature that the man who never saw polo played before could readily understand it, and could not help but enthuse over it. only twice in any difficulty was good in spots, but the 'Hatters had their batting, clothes on. Score Edmonton 1 7 Medicine Hat 5 11 1 Kraft and Lemieux: Martin and ror3 gave victory to the Millers, be aj Ing two to shutout. Kallio and out of gamc Shams engaged in duel.sand al- had a fighting chance. though ihe former had.the better of game, they could not if in. Some sen- sational fielding was pulled .off by both teams. Score: Saskatoon 0 Moose Jaw 2 Tie at Full Time At the conclusion of the six periods of play, which constitutes a game, the two teams were a tie, each having scored five goals. Ponies were changed in order to play off the tie, >ul on a lecnnicamv. The boxing exserts of the evening the "Y" or not, and get interested. A newspapers today are as divided in free. feed of sandwiches and lemon- opinion in respect to the force of the ade will he given to the workers. This foul hlow given by will taste pretty good after an the those of the morning papers. Men will have In getting this play- vith actual ring experience, such as Freddie Welsh, the lightweight cham- ipipn, however, say that Carpentier was not burt, and that, the scene followed the foul blow was the result oC .quick simultaneous working of the' brains of Carpentier and his seconds. Eugene Corrl, the referee, it is ad- mitted by all, did the only thing pos- sible, after Deschamps had claimed a foul; In their editorial comments on the match1 all the newspapers declare that at was clear Smith did not intentional- ly make an. attempt to strike a foul I hlow. Carpentier Real Sport London, July 'Gunboat' I pmlth a return match right away, he Is nut going to encounter the slightest said Carpentier's manager, late today. "It is Carpeu-; tier's wish, as H is my wish, that the white champion of the world should t retain the championship not by a i mere fluke or disqualification, but by right of superiority in boxing." Both Bides thus have put themselves on record aa eagerly desiring an eai'.y return match, and the only bar to such a-meeting appears to be the ar- rangement of a suitable purse. Cwpentlert manager explained that the French; boxer, .would be able to JlgSt Smith, again only alter he hart fulfilled his music hall engagements. He .continued: "These will keep Car- jtentier busy Tihiii September, but lie la more than willing to arrange a .date in December or January, on. con- dition that a Bide bet of each to posted." Dfccbamps said he willing' to kccept Smith's suggestion that. the Winner of the tout take the whole (purse and the gate money. Smith, Ai-lio has no theatrical engagements, In reply, "I am not f dug to play Mo tne gallery.." ground ready. Be on time, boys. ANOTHER AEROPLANE ]n JlBcIeodi got mlnutes? rbr tne tall from centre field, carried it. down and scored- the winning goal, and put Macleod iii pos- session of the Macleod cup for tuc 1314. Evenly Matched Comparing the two teams, there was practically very little to choose between them. Cowley played the VICTIM !better combination, but individually last o[ surprising to the aynring Scots rhc ]ast goai was made bj Shamrocks defeated them m a sched spectacular plajer Bone just uled City League football tilt hv-.a score ot 1. to U Last night tilt Gallics took ample re'enge upon the authors of their defeat ind emerged triumphant irom the field 01 confi ct with uudis puted possession of ihe honors ci the The score of 1 to 0 is a icn fair indication .of the manner in which the Callies excelled their opponents. The Shamrocks never had much of a chance throughout the wholu game, and Mctr.tvre'ttas not called upon to I exert himself more than half a dozen times during each half and strenuously The Shams, have been seen to bet- ter advantage m all other games no doubt Ihei seemed to lac prie- tice and team work They held the Scotchmen for probably a half an hour m the first for a per lod of fifteen minutes were getting just a little the best of it, but- after Jaw Lost Same JuK Irishmen became discouraged and their game weakened pcrceptiblj .The feature of the game -was the exhibition of football skill b5 Bone He outguessed, outmanoeuvred and in general autcla sed tre whote Sham rook defence Three of the four goals an11 tun of them the two Bislc? Camp, Eng Julj United service challenge cup, ten shots each at 200, 500 and 600 yards was won today, hy the Army service rifle competition This ___ con- fined to British, forces as distinct from Indian or Colonial forces, teams comprising eight members. A special commemorative' silver bowl was pre- sented to the adjutant and each' member of the winning team. Others finished in Uu. following or der 2.- Royal Marines; 3, Royal i The Territorials o The Yeomanry Today is an off davs (or the seas and the Canadians arc thus having a very quiet day. The chief emit on the list is the famous Elcho Shield a challenge trophj shot [or annually hy teams of eight, rep Wcic iSia C u ann TWO m iiiimu lut iumumit i.v weie kicked alter he had. screwed Ins! ris ntmg England Scotland and Ire through Uhe Slmms hacks With i land qnlv. which brjngs .-together some THE.KICltOFF The Shams won the toss. A min- Kaliio and W alters Peet and ally Regina Won Regina, Sask., July Piper doubled in the first innings and scor- ed, making the Bronchos' only run, while Regina managed to get two across. Berger allowed only, two hits ute alter the start Bone seni one .in that came- awful close, to.. a score. r-he Lalheb a corntr and Hew 1 ltt a clobo one which Knifiht i the tall being bufletted i about the goal mouth .and finally 'headed over. The Shams brought the ball down and Easton cleared up the situation several times with his aeroplane kicking. The first lifteuu minutes the Cal- across. Merger anoweu onij-. LWU ims inc iiiau after the first spasm'. Regina did some lies pressed the attack and had hardhitting, Jack Smith being the best of'the play, but after that the star. Score: Shams had the ball working to their Calgary 1 advantage and things grew warm on legina 2 5 -I i the Callies' defense, though it wasn't Loomis'and'Jones: Berger and Har-1 often that the ball got to Mclntvre's vicinity in goal. The Callies then camo back and had a session of it all to themselves. of the finest match.rifle shots in the three Kingdoms The Canadians are inclined to at- tribute their indifferent showing in the Mackinnon challenge cup yester- day to the hew sights proving puz- zline. Thev also miss the services of .a professional armourer. In the 500 yards sweepstakes, Lieut. Neal, Toronto, .inade 26. I Illl yUUHU Hull ECLIPSE ME London, Stakes of July run at Eclipse Sandown Park, waS'Won today by H. Cholmon- Sol NATIONAL deley's three-year-old Hapsburg. .Shamrocks, keeping the ball away I Sir John Thursby's Kennymore third from the danger zone. ran. The disUnce was a LETHBRIDGE RIFLE MATCHES AT CALGARY Calgarj Alia 7ulv Captain J S. Gilker, adjutant and shooting sec- retary of the 103rd Calgni) Rifles won the Bienerv nmtcii Thundav noining with a stole of 61 out ot a nosslhle 70 The local crack had to stop using his old rifle on Wednes on account of nlckelllng and his lew one meant a great .difference, in, scoring todav He had no leaa lhan 1 bulls out of Id shots getting an inner with his fifth to.count at 800, and a possible, eight straight tolls at 900 yards. He wins Lieut. C. W. Fairn, also of the 103rd, was second with fi made at 800 yards anil "straight bulls at 900. He wins sii.oo. Mr. Fairn has shot consistently well throughout the; meeting. Possibles also made at SOO b> Sergt J Biilfour of Edmonton and Fred tin i brother of Sergt Martin who Is novi at Bisley on the Janadian team Mr Alartin missed the bull at 800 eight straight off the reel. Brewery Match Bcoie 1 Capt J S Gilkei 103rd Ilegt 2 Lieut. C. W. Fairn, Rest. 67" 3 Sergt J Balfour Edmonton 17 4 E. Carlson, Lethbrldge 66 5 P R. 66 Sergt R Chamberlain, 103rd Gi 7 Pte. R. Downie. 103rd Regt. 61 8 B G Hutchison Lethbrldge 65 0 Col Sergt V, M Sage 103rd IJT 10 Cadet W. Baker, 134th Regt. 6: 11 "tt R Simmonas Medicine Hat b 1" Col Sergt I B Cooper 103rd 60 13 Lieut. P. M. Spence, 103rd Regt. 64 14 D. I. Gue, Lethbridge .........64 15 Cadet B. Eckersley, 134th: Regt. 64 16 Capt. E. S. Shales, 103rn Regt.. 64 R H Wodell C R C 64 18 Sergt G D lav Elboiv 64 19 Sergt. I. S. Freeze, 103rd.Regt. 64 20 A. Chamberlain. Didsbury 64, R BHn Coleildge .Tyros 22 Cadet R. 134th Regt. 6" 2' Cidet J Comer liMth Regt. 63 !4 L. J. HextaH, C.R.C. J5 Cailet W. McCammon, 134th 62 26 Col.-Sgt. D. McWilliams, 134th 62 !7 Cade- G Bruce 134th Regt rl is Ete A Miles lOJrd Regt rl !9 Cadet D Campbell H4th Refct 60 A. E. Cross Challenge Trophy qol Sergt M Sago CIoj Selgt S Jacobs Corp. P. Lunn S.- Clarko No. 2 Lethbridge 'G. Hutchison E P. Pittard P J Collins D. I. Gue........ 0 63 65 63 56 64 No. 3 Calgary Rifle Club R. E. Gll'.am..................62 C.-Blllott.................... Sergt. W, Brankley............6" Sales Extra Serial Five rounds at 50 yards; no sight or. Two scores to count: (R. G-. I lutcheson.. tW. R Simmonds.. Lieut. C. W. Fairn.. L. E. Eliott...... MOTnc'n A L nu ri c. v lu I I IYM UKLLKI uui. Schwerin, Germany, July J Macleod were a '.ittle superior. The tenant Von .Luhue of the Maeleod ponies were faster than the here Grenadiers, died today from in-1 Cos-ley ponies, lint what the Cawley on Jul, lt aeroplane collided with another pilot- ed by Karl Geigent, whose death also followed the accident ponies lacked in speed, they amply Can't Forget It! 6-1-3 The Wine Phone of The Hudson's Bay Stores Specials for Saturday BEER 95c The Place of Cool and Delicious Snnuner Di-inks LETHBRID3E BEER Case of 2 dozen Quart Bottles Case of 1 dozen Quart Bottles Cafe of 2 dozen Pint Bottles Case of 1 dozen Pint Bottles Guineas Stout i dozen bottles made up for in their handiness. A Star Performer Evans was undoubtedly the star of the game, and time and time again, brought the spectators to their feet with his runs up the Held, riding his opponent off, and hitting tho ball to- wards goal from the near side. His hitting was sure and accurate, and he undoubtedly showed himself to he New York Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Brooklyn PItlsburg Boston W. 44 43 SD 37 35 34 33 L. 31 37 40 40 38 38 40 43 ed out to save, and when Knight P.C. threw iii the hall it-was carried to the goal vicinity where'Seaman made a miss kick and. put the "ball in place .512 for Bone to head in, which he was .494 quick to do, right on top of Hewitt. .493 Goal No. 1. .479 The Shams showed a flash of ilc- .459 i termination after the first goal and mile and a quarter. 25 LOOK HERE TRIGGER AND TRAP There will be a shoot at the Al- berta Gun club traps tomorrow even- .434 AMERICAN Philadelphia Detroit Washington Chicago Ne'v; York Cleveland one, of the very beat men playing polo Boston in Alberta today. For Cowley Ml'.vain I St. Louis played the best game, and was ably- seconded in his efforts by Clarkson. The teams lined up as follows: Cffwley .Country 1, Clark' son; Xo. 2. H. Petit; Xo J. Mil- vain; back, J. G. Schultz. 1, G. M. Proud; No. 2, O. II. Scoiigall: Xo. 3. II. C. Evans; back, A. H. X. Kennedy. W. 46 43 43 44 42 31 L. 32 37 3T 38 39 39 47 P.C. .S90 jlng at 7 I members i friends.' .o'clock. 'Full turn out of requested. Bring your carried the ball down and forced Mc- Intyre to save quickly. The Calli went hack with it and Done took pot shot, Hewitt saving. After a skirmish following a corner.kick by the' Callies Done was in possession .......____..... directly in front of thc_goal and turn at the F. F. Martin E. P. Pittard Col.-Sgt. W.JI. 'Sage A. W. Naugllton Sgt. H. McRne F. J. Simpson.... xTie for special prize presented by .Captain R S. Sales, 103rd Calgary i Rifles.-. The conditions favorable. 24 24 24 24 24 24 23 23 ".25" 25 25 510.00 6.00 5.SH 5.50 4.50 4.DO 4.00 4.00 3.00 3.'00 S. 0. E: FOOTBALL CLUB All 'players of the S.: 0. B. Football FEDERAL Chirago Indianapolis Brooklyn Baltimore Buffalo St. Lor.is Kansas Clty Pittshui-B W. 46 42 39 41 39, 35 35 30 34 34 37 3G 44 45 LETHBRIDGE PLAYS CRICKET AT MACLEOD .TOMORROW The Lethbridge cricketers journey to Macleod tomorrow, and will Hive a go with the Macleod team. It will be rem'embered that .these teams, drew at. Lethbridge on Dominion Day, and C10CK this match will decide the victors. .am play had stopped on account of an _____________. Lethbridge Trill pick a strong team ]s971 off-side and both relaxed their cf- from the following-players, con- '338tforts. Referee Parsons didn't agree During this maddening scramble we tains the stuff to win: palmer, Mc- that an offside had been committed to note that the Feds are Clinton, Blackburne, Basson, A. W. and the game went on, but Bono had not on-erjng cither Hank O'Day H. Holt, Lee, Harris, Frank- thrown away his chance. The Callies Robinson Henderson Fleetwood.. continued lo press the attack and Linnlng was pretty soon successful he nad to do was to slip u in, ,onjgnt tor trainiiiR at 8 o'- cause Hewitt 'thought as he did, that: P.C. .590 .553 .534 .526 .520 ,.443 .438 .400 INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIAN TEAM AT NEW YORK New York. N.Y., July Aus- tralian teunla tcahl of challengers for the Davis cup, reached New York to- day aboard the 'Norman E. Brookes, captain of the team, and his wife; Anthony F. Wilding, A. W. Dun- lop and Mrs. Dunlop, and S. N. Doust, composed the jiai-ty. Brookes said the team would leave thin forenoon for Chicago, 'where ttu-y were to meet the Canadians in (ilay on July 23, 24 and -D Baltimore 51 Rochester 47 Buffalo 46 Providence 45 Newark 38 Toronto 37 28 26i Montreal Jersey Cily 30 '33 34 34 38 .630 .588 .575 .463 WESTERN CANADA ikatoon Medicine Hat Jaw Edmonton CiUsary 30 32 31. 31 32 with a long kick of the pot-shot var- Y wnich Sot by Hewitt to the sur- risc everybody. Holland was successful in' stopping Knight' in an onward rush that look-, dangerous for lire Shams. j The Callius had it all to themselves in the last fifteen minutes. SECOND HALF They went ten minutes without any particular advantage. Patterson heat Baniicnnan to the 'ball and pass- i ed to -Gallagher who shot terrifically! hut ir.iKsod the mark hy a couple of inches. With a two pra! lead the Cal- 1 lies felt safe on doing anything so Bone nni! Llnnlng both Indulged in ._ j some fancy lootcraft in which Done .652 the fact that he is past .550 mnstc'r in this company. .529 The Shams had one elegant chance .523 to. score. Gallagher and Farranl had .446 the nail to 'Umnuiclvcg and. the course j .418 to the coal was unblocked Farcnuli SPEND YOUR VACATION ATy Waterton Lakes 'Southern 'Alberta's famous Summer Eesorb, with 18 miles of Navigable AVatcr for and'Row'Boa1'" Good Trout Fishing Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel. and pnr 'day) _ ;T Stage loaves King Edward HotcUtTin- clier Greek every morniiij rig for the Lake's.