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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald. Tuesday, July GOTCH HAS BEEN TRIED AND FOUND GREATLY WANTING The big fight at Reno on the Fourth 2 29 AB R H PO .4114 Triplett, 2-b O'Brien, ss 4 Holmes, 3b 3 .Schultz, c .......4 Thompson, Ifo 3 Cooper, c 3 rf "3 Sullivan, If 2 Heinrich, p 3 ....29 By Lethhridge ___000 000 Brandon ......020 020 NATIONAL At Fittsburg 2 4 0 Philadelphia 3 9 1 AMERICAN At New 'New York............ 4 9 l Detroit 8 17 1 At 2 7 0 Cleveland 4 8 0 Second Philadelphia 4 8.2 Cleveland 0 4 2 At Washington 2 3 2 Chicago 410 0 Second Washington.....''. 5 10 Chicago.............. 1 Baseball, Racing, Basketball and a Dance Were the Features-Weather Ideal Summary: Sacrifice Thompson, .Sullivan. Stolen (bases, Olson, Schultz, Cooper. Bases on Off Heinrich, 2. Struck out: 1; by Heinrich, 4. -Time son would make him look like a cheap selling plater in the Brooklyn Handi- cap and the betting would be 10 to 1 against Mm, if he should take on John- son. The question has frequently been asked, "where is there a man to de feat The answer is plain .and to the point. Nowhere in this -wide, wide -world, Johnson is head and shoulders over all the heavy weights of .the present day and the public would take little or no interest in a fight between Sam. Langford, -the ne- gro middle weight, and the present holder of the title, as "all-black" mat- ches do not go very well these days. There is an old story about two sporty Irishmen at the Maher-Sharkey tight, who went there under the impression that Maher was a The an- anouncer nearly knocked the sons of -old Erin off their pins when he shout- ed: "This, gentlemen, is Tom Shar- key, of Dundalk, Ireland, the present Irish champion, and Peter Maher, of Mayo, who held the champion- ship for Both are natives of the ould sod and you are sure tc 'see a great fight." The two Irish spec- tators looked at each in surprise, then one said to the other: "Begorra. Pat, now