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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD Friday, July 28, ion. WOLGAST-WELSH FIGHT TALK FOOTBALL TROUBLE SQUARED IS THE SQUASH MIGHTIER THAN NOEEF STEAK Freddie Welsh is a Vegetarian While Wolgast Lives on the Same Fair as the Average Anglo-Saxon Test of Diets When They Fight v San Francisco, July pen is mightier than the sword. This is a gem of wisdom that crops up every now and again and hides away lenged. Now we have Freddy Welsh, British Queunsbury exponent, who is eager to prove that tho squash is mightier than the steak. CHANGE your brand for the Scotch Whiskey that deserves its high reputation. At all dealers. BUCHANAN'S lleld banq Freddie is to he Ad Wolgast's nest opponent in a championship fight to bo ld Thanksgiving day at Los Angeles. Freddy is a vegetal-Ian. At a nquet by Wolsast .he day after the fight with Moral, all the guests V r- culent lettuce. He resents the imputation that, because of his notions of diet, he will e able to manage with a vegetable cook instead of a h.gh-salnncd chef, reddy says he thrives better and fights better on bloodless viands VVekh points out that while he is always spoken of as an F.nglish or fighte. lie learned the trade of the ring in the United States. Here is the aepa en e. that I have met At first 1 was Imbued with .the notion that the to box was in the old English way, the stralght-from-the-shoulder. "They don't fight that way over here, as I have discovered. I have not changed my ideas as to the benefits of boxing as taught in my own country but IP Romo- it is advisable to do as the Romans do. I have learned to blend the English or orthodox style and the unorthodox style ol the Am- erican ring and as a quite at home with almost any kind of 9 boxer I may be sent against." "Once blows are exchanged, Wolgast Is in his element. He is all there In inside work. I have made a study of this kind of fighting and I am by no means convinced that Ad is better at it than I am. I think I am as resourceful as he is and I posses as many changes of style. If I find that be is my master at close fighting. soon change oft to some other method. I know Ad Wolgast and have known him during all his fighting career. We ilarted in at the business about the same time and I have seen him fight quite often Of course, you can't always .tell, bow things are going to turn mind to challenge him at tho first opportunity. I kept this thing In view ami now have secured a match with him, I feel as though I had achieved something I had been working for and hoping for. Wolgast Ready for McFarland San Francisco, July Wolgast today telegraphed his manager, Tcni Jones, from Cadillac, have signed with McFarland at 133 pounds at 3 o'clock. I am guaranteed a big- ger sum than any other fighter ever received for a limited bout. I beat him aU his own weight so he will have no kick coming. I also figure on winning S5.000 or on bats. itlcFarland has .buncoed the public long enough. We will fight in MilWuti- kee September IS." TEAM LEAVES FOR RAYMOND TOMORROW Copies Cobb Joe Jackson is gradually copying af- ter Ty Cobb. Like tho Georgia peach, Jnckson now runs bases as ho sees] 'fit, regarding h> wisdom sufficient to guide himself rather than relying on j advice from lihe bench or the coac-her. Tomorrow at four o'clock the Lethbridge ball team will leave for Raymond, where they will engage the district leaguers oi tbe sugar town in the now noted postponed match, Lethbridge needs this game to tic Taber for the championship, and will muster their strongest force for the game. Players will meet at the Arcade sharp on time. The line-up: Pulley or Green, catcher; Meyers, pitch- .er; Nicholson, 1st base; Ran, 2nd; Setdenbecher, 3rd; G. Moore, short; Evans, Bran- dow and Nichols, outfield. WILL BE ALL THE BETTER FOR A CLASS or SPE ROYAL K4TC9 TOItKT ASK FOR IT AT THE BAR- KEEP IT IN YOUR HOME Wino, Spirit (Jo. D. 0. ROBLIN, TORONTO INTERNATIONAL LAWN TENNIS MATCHES FOR THE DAVIS CUP Xew York, July prelim- inary matches between England and America in the International lawn tennis tournament for the Davis Cup will be played in tins city on courts of the West Side, tennis'club. A series of competitions, four singles and one double, will be played late in. Sept- ember upon a date to be selected by the executive committee of the Un- ited States national fawn tennis as- sociation, following with the English association. Manager Ganzel, of Rochester, it Appears will Like Run Off With the Easteni League Flag Again He Fears the Toronto Stalwarts However before meals ex- cite) the flow of the gastric juice; drunk after mealt, it neutralizes the acidity of the ttomach. THE WATER OF QUALITY C.C. PAGNUELO WINE i SPIRIT CO. Lsthbrldge, Alta FATAL Western Canada League Games Brandon Going Ahead Saskatoon. July 27.-In i listless anil featureless game tonight Brandon administered a bud defeat to the lo- cals, winning by the runaway score oi 6 to 0. Kecse, on the mound ior the Angels, was hit hard at times, but as they were scattered, the .Pickers were unable to reach the home plate. The fielding ol the locals was very slow. Pennybaker ior Saskatoon was very wild and ineffective. Score by innings Brandon 102 000-B Saskatoon ...000 000 Games in the Big Leagues Rain Game Winnipeg. July playing two innings and a half oi real iast hall, in which the visitors had gained a lead oi three runs, a rain storm mittcii into the dm. and prevented further play between the Maroons and Moose Jaw ,at River Pack, diamond. The Robins bunched their hits with a walk ior three runs, in the very first round, but Harry Syiert tightened up nil retired them quite handily in the next two innings. The Maroons were getting after Naverson when the rain intervened, as they all clouted the bail good and hard, hut fast fielding prevented any score..Though the Hur- ley crowd got away to a big lead, the way the Tayloritcs wore going al- ter the hall made things look like an interesting game, had it been con- cluded. About five hundred fans took thcir rain checks home with them. AMERICAN Boston ..........200 000 12 4 i Chicago .........200 100 13 .5 Washington ...000 000 11 'iJctroit ............000 008 010-7 7 0 Philadelphia .000 000 300 6 1 Cleveland .000 002 100 3-6 11 3 New York ......OO.i 000 10 2 St. Louis .'...000 000 130-1 8 0 NATIONAL St. Louis ......000 000 030-3 7 2 Philadelphia .....022 000 i) 1 Cincinnati ......200 000 11 2 New York i.....OOtl 200 200-4 6 2 Chicago .........121 012 10X-8 11 0 Iloston ..........200 000 000-2 8 0 Pittsburg .......250 000 8 3 Rroo'iilvn .......000 000 000-6 6 3 LOCAL LACROSSE TEAM PLAYS IN MEDICINE HAT ACCIDENTS TO FOURNIER MAR- RED BIG AUTO RACE IN FRANCE Lonuius, France, July 27. The Prix do France run here under tbe nusplccs of tho Auto Club of Rarthe. waa marred by a fatal accident. Tbe .....e of tho machine driven by Maur- ice Fournier, brother ot the noted all-, tomobilo racer, collapsed when the car was speeding more than a mile a minute in a nendcavor to overtake the French driver Memory. Fournier was crushed to ticslh beneath the car and liis mc-cbanician waa hurled a hun- dred teet into a. field and seriously in- jured. The race drew tho biggest crowd iinco the Wright aviation trials In 190S. Tbe heat subjected tbe tirca ami engines to a tremendous strain adding greatly to the interest of the event as a test of endurance. Fourteen starters came to the line for tlie race, which 'was over a dis- tance of C36 kilometres. (395 miles) but no Americans competed, the only ineric n them anin tbe moon tmahtfr American car entered having met with an accident last Monday in which the :lriver. Henri ilepasse was injured and liis mechanician killed. j Memory won the event in 7 hours (and 36 minutes, covering the 12 founds A 'of tile course at an average speed of til kilome-tres (56 miles) an hour. No other competitor had completed the distance when the time limit was up and most oi' them abandoned the race a-together before the etnth round. S.O.E.BACK TO THE FOLD Dispute With Executive of Football League Settled A meeting of llio City League foot- ball executive was held last evening at the Dallas Hotel. A deputation was received from the Sons of Eng- liiiid, and the dispute between that club and the executive was amicably settled to the satisfaction of both parties. Arrangements were matlo to entertain Grassy Lake in the Dis- trict League same of Tuesday next, August 1. A game was arranged 'between tho Callies and the Rest of the League for August 5, the following team to represent the League: Coles. S. 0. K; Chistvick, S. 0. B.. and Home, Overseas; Davis, Over- seas, Mullen, Overseas, and Allcock, S. O. IS.; Joyce, Overseas, Parker, S. O. 1C.. Holberton, S. 0. E., Wlllctts, S. O K., and Clarke, S O. B. Fishburn Beat Pincher Creek The Lethbridge Lacrosse team plays a District League game in .Medicine Hat this evening. The local twelve are not in the pink of condi- tion by any means, having bad but scant practice, and there is not a great deal of hope of our boys carrying the day. S. O. E. PRACTICE -GAME The S. O. B. will play a practice game on Saturday at the hall park. Kick-off at G.45. Line-up will ,be: A Chiswick and Firth; V.iliet.s, Lee and Ox- land, Faunich, Haincs, J. Gurr and 1-looker. B Gurr; Wellington and Bennett; Pearson, La-ue or Field and Milnes; Clayton, A. Gurr, Holberton, Parker and Clarke. Pincher Creek, .luly local cricket team returned last night from a visit to Fisliburn, where J.iiey play- ed a game with the eleven of that, place. As usual with these teams tho game was a pleasant one all through. Tho Fiehhiirn team played excellent cricket throughout and defeated (he visitors. were. I'inchc-r Creek first, 31; second 66; total 117. Fishburn first 27; second 7S for 7 wick- ets; total 100. The Pincher Creek team speak highly of tho bospitabla manner in which they entertain- ed by their Fishburn friends. Overseas Meeting All members of the above club are asked to attend a meeting In the old builders' Exchange tonight at S.30 'p.m. Important matters will be dis- cussed. Standridge Poor Calgary, July Bronchos again tasted the bitterness of defeat at the hands of the Eskimos last ulght. Edmonton deserved the vic- tory, which was 9-6. Pete Standridge pitched the poorest game of his per- formances this season and the big league, scouts were in the stand, to witness it. Their eyes were on the bronchos' big twirler, too, and natur- al lythey were somewhat dlsappolnt- cdd. Pieh pitched for the Invaders and belli the home hatters until the sev- enth, when the ook was applied in tnvor of Dickenson. Things looked I bad for the Eskimos then, .but the new pitcher saved the day for them. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee .......MB 000 400-15 18 4 Columbus .......131'021 230-12 13 5 At St. Louisville-Kansas game not scheduled. EASTERN Providence ......021 001. n 1 Rochester .......001 000-3 6 1 I Jersey City 10 3 Toronto H 14 2 The Standing Moose Jaw Calgary Winnipeg IMmonton Hramlon Saskatoon 47 44 SI 23 20 L. 21 55 Pet.! .720 .CS1; ..isr, ..SOS Dean Swift Wins Chesterfield Cup HalUmorc 000 Montreal .........210 100 Hranlfonl Hamilton llprliti SI. Tlionws 3 10 7 t v: Goodwood, July Chester- Meld Cup, one nnil miles, (i valued was vvon today by J. 3 j II. .loci's Doan Svvlft, (1 to I; Decision, 25 lo -I, waa second, anil Orphan, 11 to .2, was third. In the All-aged SellinR Plate, lie- trunchman, 4 (o 1, waa first; Allsot ll.ill, 10 lo 1, kecrfiitt, anil Koyal'Sym, I (hiril. i CLEARANCE SALE More record-breaking bargains to bring still bigger crowds. Qual- ity tells, and this sale of dependaple clothing, furnishings and shoes is town talk among real economists, who insist on buying good goods and at a bargain price. Make the most of this sale, supply your wants for months to come, as Monday will be the last day Tweed Suits, smooth flannel fin- ish. IJcg. Sale price Blue and .Black Serge and Tweed Suits. Reg. Sale Fine English Worsted This is a splendid value. Keg. Sale Blue and Black Serge Suits; reg. Snlc price Straw Hats in all the latest, sh apes. Reg. Sale Overalls and Smocks. "Hog. Sale price ............75c Slater Shoes Reg. Sale price Slater Shoes. Slater Shoes. Reg. Sale Reniembcr Monday will he the last day of this hig discount' sale so you had bettor take advantage of it Saturday. lOfi lilk. BUCHAN THE MEN'S MAN Xcxt to Eureka Theatre ;