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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITTB JUUKAM> LOCAL FOOTBALL REVIEW With just a little more luck and u little more judgment on Ihe part nf ilie Hovers on Tuesday night they would havn hail the honor ol admin- istering "the first defeat to Hie Hang- ers, hut tlin forwanriine had to lake second place to_thc defence who play- ed a grunt game, anil Hie Hangers certainly hail Iheir, hardest nut lo .cracv. C'linncfs to score were :wp-j would succeed in setting within .shoot Written Especially For The Herald ke nl home unit Grassy Lake away two different teams, however, I'inti II is a good team that can visit thai al tiic prusculfantlf'carry littli oil' football honors. i Tho last two games have not chang d the standing of the teams lo any great oxt'.'iii, the Hangers loading uirt .judging from some of the play on hi! Overseas ground last night, they are alright for the Charily Shield contest. The members of the A.O.I'1, living on the north side lined up against, those of the south, and what was lacking in good soccer was fully maiic up by the stunts of some of the players. iWuiy a good laugh was half when some would go to give ing distance, and then ghost. give up (he Ihc Hovers holdim; down the collar !1 al Uic hall, nail miss position. Clrassy, Lake are inillie niii-l" a The game was, a good one, anil full of life, contrary (0 (lie foolish state- ment of tile morning paper lhat the match was a one-sided affair from be- ginning (o end. II was very evident half Ihc Hovers had most of the game and kept the play in the Hang- ers' territory for the majority of the time. For Home and Chisliolm were doing lots of work, and the Hangers had all they could do to get through. These were assisted by a half bnck line that was eiiual, if not better, than tin; enom'y's, and Uig Jock up-the best game he has ever been'' iecn ir. play in this city. His purl- ners, Uavis and .laiiies, were there with the .goods, line were not' in They did an awful lot of work, but it was not the kind of work lhat counts. Joyce, was seen out again after his sojourn in. the weal, and while he put up a fair ex- hibition it was evident that. Billy had: two years ago. Ifis corner kick- was a peach, though, and it deserved a better result, but there was no- body up and one ol the softest things rolled pasj, the Hangers' goal that only wanlcd a tip to score, and Mac- Jntyrc grinned. however, and ;u whole lot will first linlf was fair- uuon, the next-., game between ly "1C tlu> lout; shot by Aleock on the iiortll goal, which bounced a few leef from Hit1 goal, and almost 'heal Il-awkinS; "i'L. hang that team and Ihc Hovers ing is as follows P.W 1) I. (I Cirassy Lai; .Macleod Hovers The slauil- great gan.v, for the lijfts arc bent upon a win. ami thills no ilmibt Ilia11 the-Lake will put forth every effort. .So- let's see a fcooil crowd out. It will be, worth while. A which is .511 li hall park tonight at S.45. Two full teams arc to'be put on the field, and a good game is expected. No charge for admission. 1'USy ;et your to If. 1 important fixture is schod- Once again Ihe testers are in ,ul} ,lilllrc ,s tbe limelight m the football arena for next Tuesday, when Grassy and once again fans wonder why they Lake will cross swords with llic loc- .mj LIIUV win cross sworils with Hit nol Ihe football in him that he. did not. enlcr a team in the Hovers in their return came some good men, (the District League. On restarting, with a blank score sheet, both teams realized-that they had a chance to win, and both teams went lit it to win, hut the pace was a hit top stiff and Ihe Rovers had j not Ihc staying powers possessed by Ihc Maroons, .whose previous matches together gave them more knowledge of each other's play, and this soon began to tell. Mutton was all over the field, working like a trooper, and he, Bannerraan and Easbon were Sjtars'oi the side. Button has a lie One of the features of the Maclcod Fair will be the District League between the Lethbridge Rang- ers and tlu: Macleod eleven On Wed- nesday next. Quite a number are ac- companying the team from this city. TtlE MAX HORSE NOTES Written Especially for the Herald by "Craianorth" in, llml ind ,n particular Hat are fast approaching fliers, and the place the run irge, every effort be they small being put forll lot" more' "binr'than" has been-able to show while playing with the Westminsters, and can al- ways be relied upon to he. a worker all the lime. Towards the end of the half, play, was distributed'all over the field, hut tbe Rangers kept coming and often took the attention of Wan- less on hU .acrobatic exhibitions, and (he time came when Clemenson saw (he joke, Wanlcss-missed it, and the Rangers were one up. It was a lucky goal. .1ml the Hangers' were in luck-to run out winners, for had the to surpass previous years. Lethbrldge if course by far the most impbr.ant should this year take a decided forward. ----K---- I have just been looking over the Medicine Hat race program which seems to have been specially designed to give as many exciting ovonts as possible for tho grand stand patrons. The chief purse is for a relay race, n type of race for which J200 Is ample to oul stniters. The harness purses are fair and liberal but the sum of S500 is thought sufficient harness racing and running and get a mile track for the runners. In "Live Chat on Sport" In the Free Press the writer in talking about the above mat ter mentions betting, and finishes up his remarks by stating that "If the public wins the horse owners must go out of business. certain Rovers' forwards been quicker to take advantage of'their chaces, the points would have been theirs. So Clrassy Lake took the Macs in- to camp. The unexpected often hap- pens, however, and there were not many lhat thought Grassy Lake could do it, as the Rangers had taken the of Ihc Lake, and Macleod had held I heir own with ttie Rangers. Rut there it is, and three to one at that. According to reports, Brown of .Macleod, was knocked out, and when Brown is knocked out, Macleod has lost a good outside right. Grassy to give outside runners in three days. Pour hurdle races are advertised for Ladies nnd Gentlemen, but on perusal of the conditions it beconip apparent that they are not hurdle races at all. but simply jumping competitions round the track, each horse going by himself. This competition is limited to local horses least i ma in certain cases might be true hut it is wrong and misleading to make a general state- ment to this effect. Horses go all tho circuit and keep on winning the public win. Aake Ivanhoe ias started three times and He will win some more races which won thre should be sporting enough to bring a horse from Calgary or elsewhere that can jump. The most exciting event is to bo an automobile race for which ilie contestants will strain every effort with a vision of a purse before their eyes. It is earnestly 10 bo hop- ed that no one will be After all Is It-not the function of an Agri- cultural fair to encourage fast horses rather than automobiles? Thero has been a great to-do at Win- nipeg about the starter and judges bo- ing too strict and-so. on', the chief trouble being about a 'horse called Alberta Boy .ills-qualified after winning a running race. Now it is all nonsense for the Calgary men Lo talk about never running hor.j.vs at Winnipeg again because there will be races there after they are dead. Cre- lit ought to be giyen by the public to the judges for punishing the wrons- locrs, and if Alberta Boy did foul then The owners of thoroughbred stal- lions standing for service in the Dom- inion are now to receive help from, the Department of Agriculture as the! re- sult of repeated applications by the' National Bureau and others. Every stallion Owner of a sound good sized horse serving half bred mares and others at a fee nol exceeding j Individuals of 17 hands but they are exceptions.. No one wants a sad- dle horse over 18 hands and the thor- oughbred usually begets stock bigger than himself from cold-bloded mares. Lately the Canadian Racing Assocla tion barred a steeplechase horse caller Expansionist from the belting in al races because of. hjs habit of running His next start resulted In a win curiously enough, 'though tho second horse ranked as winner. ......000 J02 10 Jersey City .000 031 211 11 .....310 000 400 13 Newark 003 030 13 Buffalo .........340 114 17 Baltimore 6 Montreal .......n, J30 3lx_u 16 3 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION .Minneapolis St. Paul Columbus Milwaukee Toledo .030 002 11 ..000 200 4 ..012 002 15 ..022 Oil 13 ..200 113 u ..000 200 S Kansas City -----000 000 10 Indianapolis 4 Challenge To Billy Haines Chicago Cleveland Washington St. Louis 45 4S 32 26 (JO Rochester Toronto Baltimore Montreal Buffalo Jersey City Newark Providence EASTERN 59 .....58 57 42 37 33 30 34 36 36 43 48 S4 60 j You'll Surely Like Halt-d Hiivaiias You hardly know what a real smoke In till you've trlcil a Haled Havana Clsar. Rich, sweet-smoking, and fra- just the ci- gar you'll enjoy. BALED HAVANAS A Breath of Pure Havana In Every Puff The Memory ,MG j Lingers If you haven't trieil one "lese superior cigars I you're certainly mlsiing, a treat. Get one today. chock full of enjoyment. Jose Giiste Co. .617 .013 .494 .471 .435 .333 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 'clunibus City Minneapolis it. Paul Milwaukee Toledo jouisville nriianapolis 54 55 49 49 47 45 43 4! 44 45 50 52 51 54 56 .581 .550 .495 .485 .480 .46- .431) Mfrs. qf Baled Ml Linda 19-26 King Street. London, Ont. 'ancoiive- pokane 'acoma eattle 'ortland 'ictoria NORTHWESTERN Sporting Editor Herald, Dear understand that Win. Haines Or some of his friends have madyhe "crack" that he conld beat (Hamilton'' me In a hundred yard run: Now I am JLomlon not in Lethbridge to prove that such 37 44 44 46 50 6S .292 Talking about naming horses :an recall to mind .many well named the best a ho Prdsent Alms. Hfr'slro was The Mis- horse called ;r and the dam Salute, salutes'presents Arm A soldier who or Ah ms, he sergeant's voice seems to say on parade, put it is'acarcelv likely that Miser would present Alms. to insure will receive the sum of '.ram the Government. The idea Is n a nut-shell, that the other breeds are profitable stallions while the thor- oughbred is not. It Is very gratify- ing that the Department have been prevailed on to help in this way and havo shown their recognition of the value of thoroughbred blood. There may be a kick however from the own- ers of heavy stallions aiid others. What, is meant bj; a good sized thor- oughbre subject of some cou- n lis owner must take the consequences. iroversy. If a thoroughbred is 15-3 to 16-1 he is big enough. Few of this breed eiceed this height, though there A very funny insfancc of naming a orse occurred some years name is sent into the Registry Of. ice of the Jockey Club it cannot be orrected If an error is made unless ihe name is re-registered urn! another fee paid. It was desired to name a horse "Okus Podos" being Greek for swift of foot, but the name was sent In from Ireland and it read to the clerk in the registry "0'K.uspoilos" and he noticing that it came from Ireland thought it was all right and so reg- istered it. The owner was so tickled with the mistake tihat he adopted the lame. I remember the horse well and lesides having an odd name he looked odri. Of course everyone hns heard at the old lime horse "Pot-S-os" which was called after the spelling of tho word .potatoes, written on a stable wall by a stable boy. not the case, but take this oppor- tunity.of challenging him for 100 yards. I hone he will either "put up" or "shut up." If he'cares to meet me I will run him wherever he wishes. I am' yours truly, FRED BROUILiLETTE. KUBIAK OUT FOR COUNT Joe .leanette, the Boston pugilist, knocked out AI Kubiak, of Grand Ra- Jids, Michigan, in the third round of heir scheduled 10-rouiul hont at tiie Xntional Athletic club New York, the other night. Three rights to the jaw sent the Michigan fighter down throe imes in succession, the last time for he count. Brentford St. Thomas Ouelph CANADIAN 42 37 32 31 S5 33 22 27 31 32 37 41 .656 .578 .508 .493 .403 .351 OLD COUNTRY CRICKET RESULTS London, July cricket today, Middlesex beat Essei by an innings and 211 runs. Strike-Out Record Burlson, the pitcher from, the ilachlan League secured by Me in the Southern league holds all ,u- corda for strikeouts In organized ball He averaged 12 to the game In 12 games with Johnson Clly and In his 'irst two games witli Mobile fanned in his first game and U his Flynn and Morris Coming to Terms Chicago, July Jim has heanl from the manager of Curl .Morris, the Oklahoma, hope, as to their match. Unfer told Flynn 'that tbe passage of the fight bill in New York would undoubtedly result In the match taking place before one of the New Vork clubs, and that he'wau'wait Ing to see what proposition they would make. Plynn regards the bout as good as won. now, and expects 'it lo lake place wilhin a short time. RING VETERANS RETURNING immy Britt and Battling Nelson Fight on Labor Day Portland, Ore., July 2S. Battling kelson, former lightweight champion! i has stated that negotiations -have ,j practically been concluded for a box- Ling match between himself and Jimmy .Britt place before the Twen- jtioth Century Athletic Club, in New city Labor Day A Chicago firm has named a clgljr "The Fence Buster" in honor of Ping Hodie of the White' Sox. Western Canada League Games MOOSE JAW LOOKS Old Smuggler THitinguishing Features: Great Body Age Made in .h. GMvct Oitfrid DiKifcri... ScotUnd. (ran Ike (Hit of Scotch Btfley. DIRECT FIOM CM.fiUKMc-Glti.lwt Distillery LjKE PENNANT WINNERS Winnipeg, July Moose Jaw tribe lightened their hold on first Place in tho Western League in to- day's ball game .by walloping the .Ma- roons in both games today Mostly errors by the locals' infield save the visitors the first-game, Ihe score be ing 'J to 1, but In the second contest Pitched good ball, only allowing four hits. The game waa called in the eighth Score 1.1-3 the ball. (Imply? slaughtered the They drove, the pill for eigh Iecn hits, many of thorn extra base drives, for a total of fifteen runu. held was all clean hitting and they the home team to three runs. Moose Jaw ...........010 200 Winnipeg .............100000 C C PAGNUBLO WINE ilT COY, JM> Juan far ftuin EDMONTON PLAYED VERY PUNK CAME Calgary, July was easy for the Bronchos yesterday, three triples and Iwo singles being made off him in Ihe first Inning, which net- ted four runs. Vindlue was then brought in from third base to see what hn could do and lasted until tho seventh, after he had walked two. Deacon then called upon Dudley to save the game. .Dudley Immediate- ly filled' the bases nnd then forced In two runs. Chick's double then brought In two moro runs. Jimmy Flannagan followed a homer, seven laps had lo he rung on the gong to Indlcale the result of Cal- SUIT'S luck In nvcnth. .Manning i SASKATOON WENT TO THE BOTTOM YESTERDAY Saskaloon. July and the fought it out for the cellar position in tho Western league tonight, anil when it was all over the locals Imd once more cinched the bot- tom of the percentage column. Tho game was an exceptionally good one, despite the imovenness of the score, and it was anybody's win until the eighth, when the Angels managed to squeeze in n pair and could not be ov- ertaken. Jrandon Saskatoon '............01 (i 000 Leavitt and Mt. View are Even Leavitt. Alberta, lount View ball July 37. The team and ost of rooters were here with all the confidence that is possible for them to muster. This game If lost by I.ea- vltt would have lost the cup for them; If .won It. would tie Leavitt and .Ml. View for first place It was won by Leavitt, score 12-3. Too bucli confidence on the part of View and Ihe determination of the I.enviU lentil caused the victory. iMt. View has now won fi and lost 3. l.cavltl lias won (i and lost. 3. The final game will bn played al Ml. View on Salurday, July 29lh. 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