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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE'-UA'HA' HERALD July 21, 1011. INDIANS PLAY MAROONS TONIGHT TIGERS AND ATHLETES BOTH LOSE ST. LOUIS BALL FANS GOING WILD OVER ROGER BRESNAHAN'S ARTISTS Missouri City Baseball Mad Over Success of Nat- ional-League Club Manger King of the Town St-I-XJUls, July the flclphia fans rave over their IWQ hopo- ful.pennant hopes. Right here in ou fair burg the'bugs are raving -am as though the Card! winning, the National league pennant, .Roger Bresnahan has kept his wort! He has brought the local National league club within dtrikiug distance of the loaders, and now every fan hi St. Louis one men Lions an- as a pennant possibility and whispers to himself: "Leave it to Jab Fans'- Rave Si. LOUIE fans have been aroused as they ueverobefore were aroueed. They frantic, filled with the..belief that Bresiifrhan has the makings [of a pen- non t.'.wiii-ser.., they withhold their epithUeiaem In the fear that then shattered. Bresnahan has biilU up a considered the strongest, in the National-'Jostle-put of youngsters lost: with such''fre- m year-ago; that, in-conjimc- ;tion with fibs Drou-ns, they were the JONES GREAT RUNNER athletic authority" has JtDKhlnr stock of the baseball Id tins to sa> of a famous American run .somothing lie. never did before.. Ellis is also playing a Up-top game and hit- ting. His throwing in recent games has; cut down several rallies. Oakes doesn't own a .300 hitting mark but the "Rebel" is driving in his share of Che runs, and that's the way to hit. LAST GAME OF THE m RIVALS The Maroons and Indians will en- ;age in their final struggle Umigh it the 'Athletic Park. Tbe league con eludes Monday, but will be held ove iiitii Wednesday, us a team from Un :ity'.is going to Magrath to play 01 Enough to Make Mace Tufn in Grave Methods ..Introduced by Famous Old English.Fighter Succumb to American Style San Francisco, July wll they say in England? The noble art of self defence, the Unie. honored Urit- game, which used Ib'be 5unimVi.rlz- ed in Ihe trite ind get the.artistic and scien- .ific system of fistv'play developed and perfected by Jiiroughtou, Gentle- man .lacksou. Jem JJace and goodness ws who found Final Mans. game Y. M. C. A. vs. In No.Ruh Predictions Manager Breannhan. never- makes inn rush predictions he that keep on play ing at' present speed it may mean more surprises'Vire due for the followers of the club. i-Not onh iliu the pitching improved but the entire team haa bettered its There Is no infield in the league that is playing like the Cardinals. Kig'ht now Koney, Hugging, Hanger, sind llowrey ire playing as good base ball as any one in the game, not ex- tepttng the famous CharicerEvers- Tinker-Stelnfeldt combination of Chi- Outfleld Improved Steve Evans -'now ranks witli the best .right fielders In ".the game. He is iittlng close to the 300 mark uer: "In J; of Cornell 'univer- sity, it would appear as if the United States hasrdevelope'd.'oiie of the great- estrunners the world-has ever-known. The .cabled 'he' had ran the mile chain- pionahip in the new world's amateur record time of A minutes 15 2-5 sec- was a that his further performances on the same dav are known, .experts here are amazed, A.mile in minutes-15 2-n seconds, followed by in 1 minute 5S seconds, and 1 minute 54 seconds, a great after- noon's; work, makes one wonder what Jones will yet .do." It has been supefsecieiiYby nn entire- seemingly more oE- of milling. The tra- Itlorie of the British prize ring, which was thought would enduro for ail ;es like the lion ami the unicorn and the other things whieji go to'make-up (he British coat of been swept aside. The whoop "keep your opgri' straight from the sfiouldei.-" is bean no more in the lanili.-Tiiu shib boleth, that of the American is "clo'se your eyes if you want..to, :but doa) hit from the shoulder." There is not a champion reignine has not done his share towarc showing that in pugilism the old wa> is not the best. Just look them ovei it" you don't believe me. Jack Johnson beat the majority of i.is opponents so easily thatjie did lot to follow ain pijrtfeulai raeth f milling but him :elf atone in the Jing with the shag U monster Jeffneit he that he lad to trot his best And how did Johnson'tame'Jeffrirt7 ty dodging inside tiging to leff m the sirae ous way and at the same time -send- ng m upper cuts which made Jeff- ies' head roll and which placed dents Jeff's countenance. There was no lit, stop and get that, j "straight from the shouldei The trouble all seemed to come from he direction of the flodr 3" Sam Lang ford than ulmyi I suppose o one is better 'be ght other who gives a He to the laws of punchology laid down by the late lam- ented Mr. Mace. Sam's most deadly punches are those be. inflicts plum iip against his man. Billy Pa tike tho uesOniddlewelght at present, pro- sumably, is another closy worker and employer of lefting punches'who has helped to that.the old style of fisticuffs is And last but not least bavc Ad. whose one objoct is to have partly entwined with his an-, asonist's. Sometbing to cling to Ad i vnnts, and when be twists bimself nto a position to suit himself be ser- out bis breast grazing upperctits loop-tbe loops, which seem to better returns .than double leuiumber of stand, away punches. old system of cleuu breaks had co tinned lie would not have been hew of Jt is when situirmlug :iroumi I lie other man's arm? lluit "OB all tlie damage. One of his greatest assies is his vln weight making does not ent-ar J o his calculations while training Iiy enabled to too tho, scra'.oi. with h strength intact, and froi he fcverishness and Irritation wliic goes with reducing flesh, he is coo less' personified while in tho ring Vpart from that, he seems to have th ideal fighting temperament. U I ma Judge of these matters, Wolgnst i never a prey to excitement, 'and tha means' much to I have' knowr thoroughly game boxers who .lost inor stamina through the excftement it is .revelation beyond doubt and it's enough old Jom Mace than through tholr exertion or the. punishment they received; bu oi'er in his 'grave.' Ad is uot built that way. The Bui1 this much can, be said :in In hand does not get on his fence of the old system.' The Jf; be were less intelligent punches, the counters, and the describe him as stolid, but it's, craft! generally of the old that. He just loves the game, ant W -look ;.at, whereas ..enjoyment of tho mill in all Its day 'clminpiousiiip contest keeps him in such good hu a dog, fight. that worry and be are strangers As things are now it looks as does Wolgnst compare with boxing instructors will have to Xelsou, is a Question fre- in their shingles and turn their jntly asked. He is of an entirely to Kjtnethlng else. Tlio lives of stamp. Nelson's face was bis existing champions renind us -He usually stood battering there is ro such t'l nr as a u tlio oilier man "tired 'and then stem boxing InilMduaity hin> down. wlnt gathers the Iii0t. does not' present himself purses Jt seem to be a an opponents fire any more than he uiau his niento- uid help He 1 as i of attack that is effective and he Tajkiog c' Uolgast he la the covered just long enough to of all the nilnnl .the oilier man fighting; and then a jnesent ruling the rnos' He is Id6sen's up like a whirlwind, intighter puro and simple and if W. Naughton 4 Western Canada League BUCHAN'S GIGANTIC Re-opening Sale in full swing Prices Slashed Deeper Than Ever Stock must be slaughtered regardless of cost. All summer goods must be cleared out tb make "room for a large shipment of new goods now on the way is not a question of cost with us but we need the room Style-Craft Suits at 40 p.c. off until Au'gust 1. Buv to- morrow, when you will have a bigger range to select from Summer HATS in all the latest shapes at HALF PRICE 20 p.c. OFF ALLGENUIXE "SLATER SHOES" FOR OXE U EEK ONLY "Those feliocs'.iic all pi ire stamped ,vf I J.ifcloj liftli doesn't allovi us to inn ton hili but a shadow of the aggre- the first of the season faced u tonight and the lesultwas Pjsicted the> went down to defeat being- II File ing'features was a home run by Mills saving a shutout, and a brilliant one- handed running catch in centre field by Dudley Lusui, released last night by Deacon WhiteTappeared the other form er Tskimo Cheitjj' on the Jaw line up. They were given, p great reception local fans, man> of -.i-hom are much dissatisfied with the management of the team. Brown tmrlPd good ball for Millers and was sup port} Baxter slaitM out for Pdmon ton but was iplleisd bj Kbismirtrin the fiftli hitting combined with Edmonton's errors-was the cause noon. Doc Gummiugs' "was the man who again tamed the herd and the fluaj count was 7 to 2 T What chance (he visitors had of thej threw uwni bi in different fielding and aboiit the only bright spot in their play was when they pulled off a triple play in the seventh round, which was a pretty Piece of work. Grueger, Taylor and Wanner populated the sacks at Ihe time with none out when John Col- lins hit a sharp grounder to Reddlck MOOSE JAW TEAM PROVES ITS RJGHT Expect! to Land a Flag in the Western Canada League MOOBO Sflsk., July the ;groatr fig .law had, to SgRin get into, tbe .West- league, It-Is with Big Leagues NATIONAL Philadelphia 2011 100 Chicago 000 103 Brooklyn Cincinnati Now York dpuf.'pt Bivtisfactlon that ible'to rest.of Ll0m we cannot only play bit ilso that we supply Worn' ill'accbVmls ftib attendance ii :hig.end of the circuit is better thai t cities'of tin Eastern end. Considering the fact Unit our fate vas not ktiowin until the week before he season started and that Bill Hnr hud but a few days to get ills earn lined up for the fray, the class hat Moose Jaw lias shown is all tho note lemarkuble tyiuici ig the dol of tho fans he Is gmnt, us tho we oiei h id And Miat oniethmt, foi plaj bill p heie iu (.hcse Ilurlei his a great find 111 Jiiinici is c.a.tt'hei doing uomlufil behind'the Tilate and with tha at tie coiUinlv should be gi ibbeil us fill some his club But loney could not buy him now. llurlev 'ants that flag jinri expects Poiirnier o be his big factor tn landing it. Kel- ey, in centre Hold, is another player ho is helping keep us in sight at the iad. He is hitting close to .400 and a deerfqot in the field. Lockwood. ie .t'nrd ..basonujii from the IJnlvor t> pf is anothoi ei oE whom gieat things are expect Iin fact sMesm 1 the tne lecortMtfis mikjng dkeb- PAPKE HAS BUNCH AFTERJJIS SCALP iddkwejght Title Claimant Must Boutl Soon v L i f NQM tbaU tVVolgnst "his Ilia last olfttide in Iha 5 unquestioned olami to the eight d liis i elk months fe emer-t 01 tiiilil other' victFms ift brought forward to the In- terest of Huff follow cis turus to Uie doings of one William Rapke of 111- 013 Papke is iiim self styled middle- weig'ht king of--the imtverso. anrl.as lie is.duo back soon from a triumphant tour around the world it is natural Boston iPlttiburg Upstbn IMttsburg .'100 000 4 Ys 000 3 ..001 003 7 232 100 11 000 000 12 -'3 002 000 001 10 .'.3 300 000 8 010 12 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION nidianapolfs Toledo SI. Paul Minneapolis Cqjtlmbns Louisville Milwaukee Kansas City 200 000 G 200 000 10 ono ooo 5 00-1 000 12 210 ,000 020 000 11 000 051 IB Providence Toronto Baltimore Buffalo lersey Olty Rochester Vewnrk rfpiureal EASTERN 000 010 000 20-1 000 14 010 ooo o 300 000 001 4 10 000 S 13 ;p02 000 2 6 S J10 2uO Id 0 the ball to tho plate in tlisJ. nheu foot lime to force Kiueger and Pi1 hiii nlt'10 tlllngs bo" 'AMERICAN Olci eland v 003 003 14 i'2 Boston i 000 014 13 i2 St Louis 000 100 4 }.0 ,000 000 i 100 1 '0 10 V 001 '00 1 2 ?0l 012 000 12 54 102 120 000 12 -4 Chicago Philadelphi Detroit New York NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Victoria Bpo'n'ane Seattle Tlicoun Foil land 10 11 1 5 6 9 1 3 4 -A Coilins to first. tried to make home on the play, hut Slanes returned tlie hall in .time for Kosauck to jiiit it on him sliding into the plate for the third put There tfeie few other-Teatures to the [he locals taking p'di intage of fielr oppoituolties anil count. WINNIPEG :.OUTPL'AYED BRANDON EVERV WAY Winnipeg, July Winnipeg Maroons hung -mother victorj at expense of the Brandon it (he RHer Park ball nrd after SASKATOON CRUSHED AGAIN Calgary, July The Berry Pick- ers made a most sickly showing with the Bronchos this- evening. Enough is slid ttith the JLH lonncement tha the score ended 17-4. The evening gimo a hotter ex lubltlon Calgiiv won 63 Mannin; Standing of Clubs Today Jlofese .Taw Calgary WESTERN CANADA There are several good boys m this mnh-v nrl.n uawn.. Lamonton visitors 9 hits, aiil 12. ler allowe apd vnu ill ci i at ri the ko a lotig piojjjl on them ]t's tho qnniitih thnt counts These shoes me jnade Jiom 1hc best unpoHed lo.ilhetv flf t woin SHOES tn a-pnii hilc K es arc leduccd y BIO REDUGTTOXS on Bryan Block 406 5th St. b'j andi "Look lor the lino of MEX'S WEAE. ol the, SUIT CASES R BULGED io iDaimfactiucis'cost, BUCHAN Eureka Thealre THE MEN'S MAN CHOtCE SELECTIONS FROM THE DIAMOND The Dallaa team of the Tetds league holds the iccord for nuinher 01 m n tried out tins season Jt ins pastil the 60 mirk dnd is Btill looliuif, foi nuten il Jim IFcAleer says lie has no failh icollego trained pitchers- nml A ishes a. list of high Ijrow he must confess (here.are, some real hlossonis in Ihe college liEt. llurphy, the Athletics right fielder, says the Vork .Highland- ers have too many signals. Too many signs acco ding to. D.in, is too much of a task for the ordinary pjn of Hall players. mi I TI S AT TMltEE O'CLOCK The Lcllilmdge ball team will leave Hie. Arcade at 3 o'clock instead-of tomorrow aftcrnoon for their trip to Raymond. Rigs will lie used. The experiment -Of running the Cleveland hall taini without Larry L jole recom has not proved as as said experts expected. One of the freakiest of freak plays orcurred in Ihe fifth Inning of one of Ihe Grand Rapids games at'Fort Way ne ipceutlv Peggy Hcmis threw out at..first base. Peggy s_lruck out and Uohror muffed the third strike. The ball bounced" out in i policj, which heei. "f Pet, Ins'pad of running for unoniiod by a number of expert's rlrat when hu saw the ball in front of him Peggy picked it up and threw to Cameron at, first.and was out. .Tames T. Smith, belter known an Bones" Smith, former National lea- jue ball player, was committed to thtj New York Alnuhouae recently., by friend and private I I had not tailed food In 48 andiretar) Al and several state .'was sick and helpless officials Gfllernor Hiram Fohnoon of Callfor is one of the moat ardent base balrfans in Sacramento.-' Governor Johncon is always accompanied to the Doc trainer, should go lirfiTbmlnssf .foViilniBolf He Is credited .with i fitttni d lip Dixie Hub I'tirduo so the; can pilch Inning ball And the mmcrv or Billy Plirtell s arm Is ulao credited -to Doc's Vork. Not to bo outdone bj bin aide part ner Christy ilatlbowson George W'HI ift, .the New York Giants clever will go on the utage George vlll not do a monologue atnnt but will be a member of i compoicd of three aOfUr ball play'en In Uie big. country who are eager to tilt with Papke for the world's crown, chief being Frank.Klaus arbeai cat frojii Pittsburg; Wihlffflob Molia, the original eve man of 7ohn jn Indiana a laughing fluzaitf who is eigei to joust v.iih ill pounder's and Johnny the Illinois flimei who vigoioush disputes tap kes chim" to championship honors and sets forward in iuippoi't of his con tentlon a 20-round decision.that.he rc- cencd ovei Papke in far off Australia In addition to the foiegoing there are a. number of husky middles who insist on being considere'd in tho run- ning rddic of Oahkosh Hugo Hitlly Chicago Jimmp Gardnei and lick (Twain) Sullivan ch im pionehip asprfati.ons and- their follow- largeronee; j V 44 41 30 S iskatoo.il 10 19 31 34 0 51 .732 .898 .569 469 .275 271 Philadelphia Chicago New York St. Louis Pil.tsburg Cincinnati Brooklyn Bost'on NATIONAL 50 41 48