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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JJBHTHBRIDGE DAILY HERA M> Monday. July 24, 11U1. DISTRICT FOOTBALL TOMORROW LETHBRIDGE AHEAD WHEN J. PLUV1US STEPPED IN Downpour Stopped Ball Game at Raymond on Saturday Evening Visitors Had Things Going Their Way Score 5-1 SRaitTSfJ FITZSIMMONS1 TALKS OF JOHNSON "CHIC" KVANS WfA'S F It BATCH GOLF TITLE. Haymond, Alta., .Inly 22. liay- mohd .public was disappointed again ill the liasebairgame. ot tonight be- cause ot rain. ,Tlic game only went no ind i bilf innings and it tin time. lethhuelgc Ind it on Rnmirai bv 5-1. Lcthhridgc 'was lien ir good time, coming down by auto, am till gillie started slurp It 6 JO lit! bridge went first to bat and lallici twice didn't get tiling In the second innings 01 Humoml got a on bil's and to get home nuking llu on 1 run to I'a i ord s nude i tMoln c hit getting Hiding 10 'bird 1 i not to tlurel himself hut was steilmg home In the third Kaymond diel good j ficldinn. Two grounders were thrown j to second, catching two men. l.cth- base-running was good. They 'stole three bases in the tllird. C O'Hrien inadr a nice hot and got t becdiiii he. was intercepted br Ihe nattci 'he inn was not With a m in on scconel out on third two out two strikes an I three balls on the. batttr the gim" hid to be divontinnid to rain bvcrj- oni, went home disgusted not liking a repetition .of :last night. Magralh Would Take Great Pride Lowering Our Colors The local baseball aggregation picked up a piece of information at Raymond during their sojourn there. 'Tis "this: Should' Raymond fail lo lower the colors of the. brigade it'was up to Magrath to brins them to the ground today, by boos or crook, .figuratively speakiug. Magrath would indeed take great pride in defeating the likely CIMU: pious and force them into a finil'Str- ies'-wkh-Tiilitit', for one reason in par ticular: Lethliridge gave' them ian aw- ful drubbing >Uien tbej here and they-are anxious to get back at the nine who treated them so unmercifully, llagrath lias a sixty per cent, better team now than tbey liad- before" and %the locals expect to have some fun in landing a victory But they are not. afraid of being beat- en It takes a pkUier of stop the ,Lethbridge swat- even he is only good for n speli-against them. Although Ma grath' has a twirler" of no mean might, not in a class with the Taber, heaver, and at.tin's end .it, is felt that if Magraih. can garner ten'Ttallies Lethbridge can go, them ten better. This IB holiday of-the sea son the south country. Cardston, Raymond and; other' towns are congregating their tions -at Magrath this day make merr> The baH is a feature and is billed to commence., at two o clock team left in autos this moining at 1030 The team as follows Tate pitcher Fuller catchei chojson.-first base; Ran, second base; Geoigc Aloore short Seidenbecher thud Biandott[ rifeht faeld Nicholfc left and centie Shorty went along as.pinch hitter. Western Canada League Games Calgary-Saskatoon game' postponed en acount Bdmonton-iloose Jaw game post- poned on acouut of rain. .WINNIPEG WON BOTH Winnipeg, Fuh The Maroons won two snappy games, from the.Brandon Angels today, which was featured bj the remarkable pitching of Harry In-.the first contest, when he let the Angels down without a solitary hit during the nine rounds. Both contests were fast and the locals outclassed the visitors just enough to -oy the scores of 1 and 4 to 1. Syfert was "in grand form1 and' not a semblance of a bit did he allow. He passed two men and four got on the waj of errors Brandon a onlv run was-scored on walk, sac- rifice and, sacrifice fly. Glass out- pitched Reese in the second contest. Brandon OoTs 000 0 J Winnipeg W 001 S 4 Second Brandon 000 000 Winnipeg 001 020 BUCK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Quality and purity combine to make Black and White Scotch Whisky tbe standard of excellence. .D. O. MOILIFI, Lacrosse Games intheN.LU. GROUCHING'AT CORNWALL Corn TecumBehs here today {by "a core, in one of-the most.excit- ng grimes played in Cornwall (or BOme time.: The Indians ,won because they, were the more finished team of the two Thej plajed lacrosse all the-way.- The locals had possession of the !bal! more frequently than tbe Indians, the defence was -good nnd thej fielded fast but the home kept slinging them away out, exhibiting very little ginger in their attack. Corn wa! had a lot to complain of during the .game. a In the first quarter R, Regan scored one just as Donohue ruled off, the goal being disallowed. Then at the start of the fourth'quarter McDougall netted one after running around the net and dropping it over the back. Cornwall claimed that the ball did not go in Mr Brimlev the umpire wag replaced by 'Mr. Brethour of Ot- ;awa but the goal stood .SHAMROCKS BEAT CAPS Montreal. July ShamrocltE and played a see-saw lacrosse game of a mediocre be 'ore'a small crowd at the hamrock groumis today. The game was of in- terest on account of the closeness of the scoring and it was not until the last quarter that the Green showed any great superiority and by scoring twice took a decided lead ml won out seven to four. PULLED GAME OUT IN ELEVENTH HOUR Toronto, July Toronto! defeated the Nationals In a X. L. U. game at Scnrhoro on Saturday by a 'score of 8 to 5, but it was not until Just a few moments before thfv final whistle blow that th'e home team cinched the victory- At one stage of the game tho Nationals were In front and they also succeeded In tying the Rcdre in the In at quarter, and it WAR only after a final rally that the Tor- onto! won Chftrles W. ETUIS.. Jr., formerly the American Western open golf cbnni- jw'on. by defeating J.G. Anderson, another American, in tlio timtl round in tUi 'r w'on. by defeating .G. Anderson, another Amecan, in tlio timtl roun n tUi Pwnph opi'n umatcur jolf clminpioiisUlp at Versailles uow Lolds Hie I'rench matear title. INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL GAME AT MACLEOD, TIE Maclcod Jill} 32 The lootliall nntch pined Iierc on Fndaj night lictnrcn teams representing mil mil Scotland contested Tor the cliam- ol Macleud The score at the 01 the gAnie stood 3 3 ajid the ganlt KTI'OIIC of tho jffibtesft ind nost exciting pl'ijed m Macleod The star pUirf. 01 the eiemng Cirahan; and Iiins lor the English imt Paton olljir and Frascr for tht Scotch Vnothcr game to decide (he best team be plarcd some tmlL "t WINNIPEG HAS STAR PERFORMERS Duluth second dii of the rowing races in' the inter national proved that this, waa Winnipeg s jear for the Canadians continued their streak and won the senior singles junior foul junior doubles and seuloi eight Diiluth the working boat four. TABER WON BALL GAME AT WARNER JuU nforc tlw Warner nine lost thl'ee costly errors Tihoi the tnscs were full In a hotly contested .game with 1'aber here today, five scores were 1e by Taber in the nlucn liilrd to score 1 hej ilidn't need to, though, as our boys scored only twice, giving Taber the panic nt 5 to 2. Standing of Clubs Today Chica.tro Hhlladelphla York St. Louis mtaburg Cincinnati Brooklyn 51 62 ol 49 31 5 Detroit Philadelphia Chicago New York .Cleveland Boston Waihlngton St. Louii 5S 25 m 31 44 41 4o 42 47 44 44 4-> .30 58 25 WESTERN CANADA Mooiie Jaw L'ftlgary Winnipeg Kdmonton Hratidon IT I) 11 H 20 S2 Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Philadelphia 5 1 Chicago 100 11 3 Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston Hituburg Cincinnati St. Louis OOO'OOO 1' 3 000-000 2 0 100.000 Q10..002 (Sunday) 000 UOII St. 'Louis Washington St. Louis Washington Detroit New York AMERICAN OO'O'IOO 5 5 000-003 10 0 i 10 2 200 002 010 100 100.: 000 Detroit lork 013 030 doO 000 Cleveland Boston Cleveland Boston 100 001 100 000 000 000 101 200 000 000 Chicago .......'013 000 Philadelphia 001 200 0 0 4 3 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 000 000 13 3 Indianapolis___ 200 004 13 1 Minneapolis 140 003 13- 1 Indianapolis BOO 210 9 11 3 001 010 S 1 000 300 001 Kansas Cit> Columbus Milwaukee Louisville St. Paul Toledo St. Paul Toledo Minneapolis Indianapolis Milwaukee Louisville 000 052 lOx S 040 100 -7.-1 Lit- S 9 102 300 7 4. 120 000 4T 9. 110 010 7 400.000 (Sunday) 101 026 12x 13 17 004 000 9 102 '000 7 000 002 6 Horse Races, Foot Races and Baseball at Champion Champion luh 20 -On the mou., -ml nil ihng ing of: the 19th, Champion folk woke to find skies of leaden hue and rain falling. This, however, did not ilclcr Ibe roiiiinittir in clnrnt of our biithdu cilebiation fionif .ilioad Ih'cir wisdom was rewarded after noon, ill ou i uilnc in u good crowd- assembled. The initial event was a dash' for all corners: Some good nding is sien in this ,i good lace Iim II t- pcr got home lirst A 'number of foot races for the im.nilit.ts 01 the crovvd c-ius- ed an inlerestinK half-hour. Then tin. ball gime Clumpion >s. Jong game resulted, The Oliamimm'boys soon got the measure, of their ''opponents and fmnl- h inn out uinneis It to 8 Af.e, the hall garni a men NO HOPE FORMER WORLD'S CHAMPION PUG THINKS ONLY WHISKY CAN BEAT JACK JOHNSON Dnncllen. N. .1i'.'Jnly will be iimny yyars Ijcfore. a "wtilte hope' fs foot uneal'tlied who able to grab till! world's heavyweight.title ,-from Jack net was, inn Me OgilMe ol Hit is of Hank of Commerce, ran home ul .inoiiK. former ring.icliampion, who Is nsj winner jnow enjoying a month's respite Anothet half uulc hoist r ct Horn stage dutien on his farm 11 Dun. run nnri agun Jim llaipet i intnid .f... i mi. onl.v defeat home with i neat stciinii John Bjrloycorn, provided DUIIIIK tlic the Cainungal bind ;ionj corap' lia'clt deeliuid ilisoomsul sweet music w is Hob cniiill. tlcallj In opinion left much ippricuud In tht crowd is the onh ilhlng man who tin Tiking'into tht wea- If llicr, we had a real gooil lime. I lie dii s progianunc closed will, i under Ihe direction of U. M. of A. No. 13832; U. Hutchinson Wins the Prize SHOOTING CONTEST AT' LYC :UM CLOSES ON SATURDAY EVENING Lust night's'- final frr prizes "at the Lyceum Bhoo'iig lery iyas witnessed by leiU'ly people, and about 40 contestants R. U. Hutchinson outclassed Val Pearson. Olaf Pearson, Duke Rolson, H. Pulley and Bobby McKay Hutchm son was In the 2tod class and by his steady nerve and good eye advanced o 1st "row of 1st class. He won over .his class and then advanced to .'2nd row-of 1st class, thence to. the grand Imil. 'which was between Olaf Pear- son and himself, he won over Pear- by a score of 96 to 94. thus vlnnlg 1st prize of a beauty hainmer- aa" case and hunting coat. This weeks prizes are another Spen- cer shot gun, one pair of waders and IGQ'sliells as lat prize also a suit- able ind and 3rd prize. NOT MATCHED WITH LANGFORD London, July Johnson, tho champion pugilist of the will probably1 not return to the United States to keep the theatrical dates he recently contracted to Fill unless he should again change his mind. He stated today that his plans to company 1-1 ugh "IMcTntosh to Australia following his season In the music halls here. and. will probably harvest- a goodly crop- for the Australian pro- moter. The report that Johnson had already agreed to meet Sim Lingfoid in Sid nay'oil December 26 next was posi lively denied, however, by the big black. He he would not meet the Boston "tar'baby" at any time unless the purse was made right and "Tham" would bet f the side. Johnson is having a good time 'here at present to bother much about fight- although he will pick up some in Dublin next month. St. Paul 200 000000 Toledo 200 000 000 000 would be able to defeat two in one 'night. Jeff is willing to take uinihoi whack at ih'e ncgro'Vsald; "btu I dp not believe fight ngiuu ns he is lip agafniit'a. -game of "inv wife won't let me. While Kitzsirnmoiis holds out might> littlo encouragement for the defeat of Johnson he deduces il can be brought abotit by the development "of talent, 'Give me a college bred athletic about-20 years 6 feet -five inches in height, and about 225 avoirdupois, and I will guarantee lo turn out a white champion within five yeais said FitK. "I prefer college athletics they have and are more eas- ily instructed: They 'catch on' quick- know, ttia'n these big fellows who have no education. 'It takes a good while to learn tho boxing continued Fttz. ''To bo a boxer one must'begin at the bottom, Experience'makes champions. If I could get hold of a college boy tvithln lone year's time J would have him suf- Biciently groomed to take on an easy mark. I would teach him the science of bag punching every day for a vear ami tihen I let him wallop me every time ho could hit me. 'Pilx expects a young iron worker fiom Cleveland to 'spend a few weeli on his fnira he posses (sen piomising pugillstu, qualitieb aid, Uccoid ng to Hlz the boy in iv pime JVhvcleorf Julv 22. Messrs. Colin'P diamond in the rough." Its un Gardiner anti George Addison, 01 (known 1S !S of 6 feet 2 Miclroti purchased the well Known ncmg stallion Dick McUnde as i what a whole hell lie fiom J Mnciher of Nelson The he is 20 vims old1 renuuLcd ownus will run this horse with the as he exploited Ins protege Fitz is enjoying .life 10 the limit on his farm. The crsrwliilo .king of the img is now unofficially dubbed "king of the kids" in the. village. Since his return two weeks ago the sweltering heat wave Rob thinking, and Mie result was that'-he. bulk a large swimming pool in ;the brook on his farm for the use of Dnnellen boys and on every afternoon :P'il.i and a crowd of "50 or more ypunsBtera are to bo seen splashing around ia ihe pool. RANGERS AND ROVERS PLAY TOMORROW NIGHT The two local teams of the.Dis- trict Football League will, wade in tomorrow evening. It is said that this IB going to be some battle. Don't miss it. They will line up us lollowa: RANGERS Mdntyre, goal; Bamierman and Easton, backs Glen, Mutton am! Brennan, half- backs: Moore, Paterson, Clem inson, Thomson and Cameron, forwards. goal; Chfs- holm and 'Horn, backs; James duller and Hagerston, half- baclcs; McKay, Ohiswick, Davies SJinm and forwards I UtCK inches in his. stocking tips .ihe beam a.t 220 mark. "He's hard others'-which-.they have charge of at the Maclcori Fair arid will then take in all the. races'in the Western "Can- ada- circuit. ALEXANDER'S SIMPLE PITCH EASTERN Proudence 010 000 12 2 Toronto 020 00 j 16 I Providence 010 000 4 3 Toronto 100 113 11 1 Baltimore 001 000 12 0 Buffalo 242 Cit> 000 Otft 5 ,11 6 Kochpster 200 070 U 4 Newark 4 Montreil 000 OCO 2 Buffalo 000 000 8 0 Baltimore 1 3 2 MAY ENTER TEAM July the ai rangements i'or the Olympic games in definitely settled, the com- mittee believes they will show a more completely international participation than ever before. For ono less present plans go astray there will be a "strong and picturesque Chinese team in the The Ainencin athlpiic trailer ia selecting the team in China. has written to the Swedish au- thorities that his men are sure to out- in an appearance provided the ques- tion -of the heavy coat of travel Is overcome, by the granting of reduced riites over the Ilusian. railways To bring about t'his result the Swed- ish committee has stirred up the Rus- sian committee which in turn is bring A proposition that fohn L Sullini 'ing prcssuie to bear on the Russian be nominated for the legisliture is en 'lailuaj authorities so It ia ioleiabh 'gaging the attention of Demtxrotir [certain the Orientals will have a chance politicians., at Boston. The old gladt- I to show their athletic mettle in con- a tor has always had enthusiastic testi V.IL1) the next sum folio IT ing there and throughout the mer utate PHILADELPHIA NATIONAL'S SUC- CESSFUL PITCHER SAYS HE AVOIDS MYSTERIOUS SHOOTS IN HIS WORK Philadelphia, July asked Pitcher Alexander of :the Phil- adelphia Nationals the'other day to explain the secret of his wo'riderful success this jear and Uhfa was sensible reply the weakness of a bats- man "ami tryto'plac'e t.lie ball wlioro he I't.hit. it. There isn't, much differ ence between the major and Ihe ors except that you-recelve ing suppoit m fast coin pa nj and that always encourages, a pitcher. haven't tried to experiment with any mysterious.sioot and never .will, rely on my side arm curve a great dqal when in-'tight, places and continually chingo my pace e been playing pro feasional ball only three "years, and-> the thought that somp d.iv Id be m the itional league never enteied my mind until I was bought fiom cuse I never aim so in he 1th keep in good trim .and-like to piich whenever called upon. f cant m i pitclier trxiig to master too manj All I hate Is a side arm ;curve an. overhand in shoot and a hop to mj fast ball Bj controlling them