Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE .SIX THE f.ETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, W4 Peanut Sellers and Other Ven- dors Got Hook in New Base- ball Organization CAKSLAKE AND 1IEBBERT AYBAVLT iiu h s ruiiTtnn) Charlie Wee mil Hit VMtra hve tau_ht bi ebill cl ib own er llmis lUnrti ll the ml eun now th- blve j (jail pll' lie will owe tl tra deep deb1 rl gratitude na la the old club low -to get rid of the peanut, pop corn and other nuisances that are ton Hlerel a n-iessi! Beim- i re man, with long experience in the publn he reilwd that fan lei'ut bint, crawkd oicr on iround issrtj liaimg their MOV the cairn mint I Tyi oral iiulkln" drd Ih f -tbei object to Invmg the peddlers. in their e rs HiWkERS PO N01 bCnlll P -nice opening same. T-io of ..ne uder frUiVloreToi "b ck .hee, ed while t.aiellm, nearK nmet tat'on near the b ick of the staid ,-aa unhurt ind re umeu the race on another machine lurn' bed the nece'.an i-ire-hment ht'lc mterfcr i iiner it Hie new Motordrome m Toronto Tin motordrome is the largest in America and i one of the greate t -po-t crowd centres that In been found The first accident miles an hour. He There w.1 IIVK. IIIIC-MUL ence with the patron and little un ut women 1 haie ever setn are, ne-e noise irf the crowd was real fan I -r.cd more ripidli and with i much Several per M rran'ked upon thi hi.h-r T dt oi tuH tl-an is u fact dur.ng the game and I hau to The trick seem all to be ,n tteegh exnlam The net that the North man's knack of hindluu, waitei and, and ide 01 Chicuo con it was. appreciated I tain ol all the The league was nrst to team m the cm appreciate the fact that the modern! I he mother and i ter learn the' DEPLORAHLt ha eball public demands better ac 8ame M w atcMne tteir bo> plas ingi comn odatior and that the lan are I near hr-me It u cd to be JHIU me to Milling lo pal ior comfort nd Uean .to efi to a neekdu g uie at Gunth jineE er Park The attendance w a j AR Cluca o the Federal have erect small and lull! two third were wo- cd the modern plant in ba e men and girl The women brought hall, and it is equipped to attract fanct work, or tueir bibie the'best cla tf fans I neier haie gathered m little neighborhood s ea such a high-cla crowd of spec- groups m the place in the totors a gather to watch the game and the afternoon work It wa not that the North Side i in.' go lamg ar v at-hmg the plai the best re dentlal section so much Nor did thDi overlook the NORRIS WILLIAMS .LACK OF FIGHTERS IN RANKS THOSE AT- TOP REAL OF "What's the matter with our cham- pions? Freddie Welsh, who couldn't bit hard-enough to knock out Earl Fisher, a Cincinnati boy, is the new champion Clabbi, nothing more than a classy boxer NATIONAL No games, rain. AMERICAN" Boston 3, Cleveland -I. Now S'orlc 2, Chicago li. 'Philadelphia a, Detroit 4. Ha'-hmgton 7, 1 ouu> 3 FEDERAL St.. rain.. Kansas City 8, I'ittsburg 13. Chicago 7, Bulinlo 1, Indianapolis 5, lialtimpre 3. AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland S, Minneapolis li. Columbus li, SI. Paul 4. Louisville li, Milwaukee 1 Louisville. 0, Milwaukee. 111. (Second Indnnipoli Kan as til) o INTERNATIONAL Jersey City 0, liuffalo 8. Baltimore Montreal 6 Jvew-irk T loroi'" Providence 2, Rochester 8. CANADIAN Pctcrtoro 2, Toronto 1. Ottawa lirantford 3. St. Thomas 12, Hamilton as tlfat Hecghman' and pinery knew that thci were befc-e. midaieweiant title in Australia strongest upporter are_lbe better a critical and di cernmi; crowd beat Eddie claimant of Uie Kid 1 Williams, comparatively a new com- the bantam championship i la siot portsmen hea uaiugan vttendance at ball Barnes is large ,lon the bantam championship irrenfss ible, who has been the Cub ,r a mamr Ol euuiit.ne the people rrom j dnnl eoulon ulthoui. much it hat ben 'or sear remarked m the eamc and glt.r that in turn eKort and onlv recentlv Ma o Thl i the big0est huh broi them Wlth comfort M of Clncinnati tood o't Johnm bunch 1 saw at a ball game lihtweiht enampion thing that the women 01 the North injected too much rough stuff into his Side -inv Gtiicagd appear more about baseball ...than Klltem the lightweight enampion La t but aoi lea t Frank heat- of them, say Dt iuj.1 leluoiu the Cincinnati En- WESTERN CANADA RFG1N V 7, 1 Galgon luh ttitli Uj in ing the hits well scatt Ucgma toot tin la t oi the -rie tin, Inu1 mule luc oft 1 oonns in the. third, Gage held them rimless till the ninth', when Hcrriott malic .a homer with one on Rejma 9 3 algai; t 8 3 Ryan and Harris Loomis, Gage and Weinholt. EDMONTON 3, SASKATOON 1 Edmonton. July 28. Dad Kraft liad the better of a pitchers' battle with rJig Siv Nottluup Ills C kn.io won in th- first when Bronk knocked out 'a homer with two on. S. iatoon 141 Ldmcnton 312 Borthrup and kralt and Lemieux. MOOSE JAW 8, HAT 3 Medicine Hat Juh 21 got dne of the enes In deicatmg th" Mai [latter m the li t Ilarrah wa m greit form and kept tire hit cat- itertd. 'Monhort, the Hat's, new twirl- er, wa ofl on control while upport w t not con i tent Several en a tibnal folding stunts were pulled off loth teinii Seatun of the Mill eis.- and Morse oi the locals, featur Moo e Jaw Mcdp'-ne Hat Hurrah- and Barth. ffally Mohart nt: fiuirer. There does not seem to be much class to the boxers today. They lack the knockout punch, and have to de- pend on their tactics to win the de- cision. Moran went twenty rounds with Jack Johnson, yet Harry Wuest beat him in ten. Kilbane, who has a knockout in either hand, failed to beat Mars, who is only a green hand at the same. Welsh, only a boxer, beat Ritchie, who all along claimed that he could whip any of the boys with a. knockout punch. Welsh beat JuaL I Ritchie, but he did not punish him j Angeles that if the match is clinched half as much as did Charlie White, a ne wjll accompany. Wlllard to Paris, NATIONAL w. New York Chicago easily St. Louis Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia Pittsburg 50 41 41 39 3S Brooklyn 36 JIM JEFFRIES IS AN EXPONENT OF. JESS AMERICAN WILLARD'S PROWESS I _________ 'Boston 51 I Washington 40 Now that Jack Johnson has con- Tjetrojt 'IS sented to fight Jess Willard, the co'ff- boy heavyweight, Jim Jeffries, the re- ui tired ex-heavyweight champion, has _x....... just made the announcement in Los j Cleveland P.C 1.0, a-P .4 .461 .453 .44 .434 Chicaso 4' KING.ttEOBtiE PAYS HIS KESPECTS TO KING WILLOW v Memcues of the great centtnarj festival .it Lord The ceutemrj was greath honored the presence ot the King ind Prince The oci..i sion a gieat match between M C C South Urican heioe and the Rest of England Tho South Uiiican idp weie m the call. The iK is seen inlkuig to Mr C B Tn.Mi Dough ind I ord lUwke Princi. Albert ds luzt behind His Majesty LOOK HERE .55- .544 .510 .511 ;ALLIES FOR TOMORROW NIGHT'S GAME WITH 'SEAS The following ptoer are reciue ted .0 be at the tomorrow, night at r o clock sham for the game with the Chei easjt tho Ball Paik kick off at 7-, p.m. Mclnt re Bannerimn ind Ander on ChlswicW Ea ton and fdclUena Bone L-innmi; Allan rkmght Stew art. Crawford and Murphy The Shamrocks and Overseas'have kindly consented to change dates to al- low the local league championship to be .decided in time for the Bennett Shield competition.' points lost for the Callies means a tie with North .Lethbridge United.for the league pen- :iant. Y. M. C. A. NOTICE The track athletes will meet at the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium tonight, at S. o' clock, when the running broad pump will be explained by the physical di- rector. OVERSEAS' LINE-UP The Overseas team for tomorrow night against the Callies will be: Lush; Scott and Home; Harper, Harvey and Shaw: Robertson, Rich- ards, Brennan, Simm and Russ. Strip at grounds at C.30. 41 45 37 51 30 61 The avioinUon lu ar Iiii'cd an .tlnttnc program ill s oil for tomonow cienmi, at the lake Hi- best of local .aquatic talent mil le musU-ed lot the occa ion ind a go; d eicmii'-s fun tb 1 hc e cut will con 1st of Quarter-mile swimming race. Einale skill race. canoe race. Tandem skiff race. Long dive. Standing canoe race. Kilty-yard swimming race. Mixed tandem skiff race. Piddling with hand iinoc rice Crab skin race. Tar.demh upset canoe race. The events are billed.to commence at 7 o'clock and the following offlc- been retained for the'occa- sion Judges at Bowman, V. Hylands, Dr. J. 'S. Stewart, M.P.I'. Judge at Judge of B. ft'llkie. W: Bawdcn. Chicago fighter, who only a few 'years asp was unheard of in the.fight- ling ring.' i tt'hat we need is some of the boys and train and second him in the fight, i rjjjica FEDERAL ___, i Many Entries for Boxing Festival jrt0 "I really think that-Willard has an excellent chance oeatiag j inuiaiiapolis says Jeffries, "for he has the height, proouyn 52 38 .578 can do business with that old js very clever, and besides he is i knockout wallop. The public is get- tins tired of boxers who stall simply i Cor the sake o? winning on points. The i first boxer that can use both hands land knows how to hit, -with a level head on him, will come along and clean un, and become the greatest hero of modern pugilism. ood stiff puncher with either hand, j Kansas City 1 only hope that the bout is clinched, for I am sure that Wii'lard, with the st. Louis C.' G. Sinigaglia, cf the Land Club, Como, Italy, who won the Diamond Sc'ulls at Royal Henley Regatta. He belt Bob Dibble, the Canadian boy, in the semi-finals. Sinigaelia is (i fee-, 4 inches in height and weighs 210 Ibs. BOB DIBBLE RETURNS HOME 42 43 41 50 37 48 38 51 The dale lor the Southern Alberta hoxs-rs whose names have been' -men- for the bouts, but "Oii .541 boxing tournament here has, to vcl, .541 1 been fixed for Labor- Day 'evening.; thej, nc. (jollbl hc sccn jn action. Sherman thratre will likely be, Macilonalii, cleaned up secured by the pronoters for class in the bouts, here three scene' of the contests. ycjrs ago, is entered in the welter- kind of training and handling, will be able to get the decision over INTERNATIONAL At the rate the entries are coming' weight division. He is now in Medi- in the bouts will not be able to be; cine Hat and hc iiifornipd the Ilcr- I rt'n oft in one the pros-i aid tint a number of other. Medicine Grodwood, Eng., July in.- are liie rei.ilts of today's races: win The Sussex stakes fm- three-1 run over the new mile, was' won totlav by the decided favorite, [i. Joel's black Jester, who start- ed at to 4 on. W. M. Singer's Sir 1'ier, ii to 1, was second, and Lord the 'big black In a twenty-round battle.. Ualtimore 57 --------------------------i Jtoehcstir 55 WILLAHB WILL BOX NEGRO providence 51 Dtnvar, Colo., July Jones I Buffalo 4' s on his way with Jess Willard to Newark...................... 42 England, '.vhtjro he will issue a chal- lenge to Jack Johnson to battle for Jie world's heavyweight chamnlou- shin.' The party stopped over an hour in Denver. Jones wi'.l go to Kansas ro he hooea to match Wil- .Mth Carl .Morris. .620 Torc.nto..................... Montreal.................... 34 57 Jersey City 30 CO 35 38 311 .567 43 .533 43 .434 .483 of Hat toys were seriously thinking rait slamming. ma'iins an invasion of Letiibridgc for Here is the list of local entries the bouts. Ilcjvywcizht-J. Mullen, J. Uurg-1 Two entries were received from raaiin i Cojlhurst by this morning s mail. Middlcwcight-M. McCormick, J. Tlr.y .arc Red Morgan and .Jack Dav- Brrnnnn B Kbyte, G. Harper. I is, Welterweight B. Mcl'herson, J.! lidxrrs who contemplate, entering .333! ltcsc'..erry's Nmufhar, 33 to 1, third. J. Joel' won IhisM'acc last year uiih his Chusinut .Sun Vat, and }lr. Singer was last year with Sands oi Time. .The Kins 'George's stakes, (i furlongs (fir alu'l up-j ward, Was won by II. I'. Whitney's LARGE BALL IN CUE CONTEST Xew York. N.Y., July bourne Inmsin, the English billiard champion, and WIKIe Hoilpe, the Am- Louisville Milwaukee Cleveland Kansas City Indianapolis Minneapolis -Minneapolis ___ Lush, .1. Shaw, J. Kane. the lists please send .your name Welsh, Kid Kelly. I wrinht address to the faportmg There are a number, of other Iccal Kditor of the Hcrahl. cricr.il champion, have arranged the final delails for their international'i _.'._ chamiiionsbii) matches, lloppe made] .551 .535 50 .515 52 .1051 52 .495 53 .'170 HI) .454 (i2 :3SO j .four-ycjr-old chestnut colt I lannon- I kan, by who islarkifat 11 to 8. C. Howard's Fly- j ing Orb, Kill In 8, was second, and IF. Rhone's (iriKit Surprise lull to 9, third. Tin1 Goodwood phite handicap about two miles, three. Ooi'm return trom England, where Canada in the. Dh- Inonl Sculls at tho. recent flenley. Regatta, Hob Dibble was given a grout hy Ws'frieuds in Toronto. In the .picture ho is shoss'n on 'his first Jrietllcw his return. He will keep in iiractlco ami -will likely return to Mmtufa the honor next year. concession to the SilngM agreeing tu uso two and an eighth inch balls in the English game, In- I stead of two and a quarter inch balls j originally agreed upon. The sUe fin- ally agreed-u.wn is but one-lhirty sec- ond of an Inch larger than tho maxi- mum provided in the English rules. Pirates to Make More Changes Pltlsburg, Pa., July changes In the the Pitts- NORTHWESTERN Vancouver M, '10 '..li2S Seattle, Spokane 11 Tacoma 4.1 M .407 Victoria 42 -400 Ballanl M M Hirer. -vas K.iber's three-year- cluh were fore- won by George old ('olt who sla motifs Nimbus, 100 to 8, was sec- ond, and 'Hall Walker's John. Am- 'lt Cnliwlion, by Collar-UUier, caAted here todi started at 100 to 8. A. An- noijiccment was caAted here today, when rls thnt James U. outfielder, had been released WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon 31 Moose Jaw................ 44 .37 Medicine Hat ...............-4a 38 BAUM TO PROBE COAST SCANDAL Will Investigate Charges That Umpires' Are Betting San Francisco, Cat., .Inly es that, umpires of tho Pacific Coast Baseball league have been betting on the games will bo rigidly investigated by President Allen T. Uatiui, hc said lierc today. This was the develop- ment today of Charges following the fight yesterday at Sacramento be- tween Umpire Held and Outfielder Retina t''dinonton Calgary .COS .543 ".52f .436 .372 ............._........ ......nrd Stankovlta, Hungary rcprc- to ijio Jersey City club of tho Inter- Ucntativc on the Olympic games jury, "I nm not goins to let any or any 'band ot players ruin an um- pire's Bnum. said President "If the men, have any evid- ce I if. and I am going to'gct It If I have to call every player 'on the carpet. If it la ;niere gossip It inunt national DIEHL QUITTING BASEBALL Cincinnati's ''Greatest Amateur cr Ih United Stafct'VConvinced; He's.Through Cincluuall, July nichl, regarded here greatest amateur baseball player In this; Dhltcd States, Is convinced that his baseball, playing days ctro over. TSrnie.' came'.to tills decision when in a recently between teams of hutlncss, 'nieh he struck out three times. Vplehl at one time, and not many, years ago either, could have secured a berth on any team In tho .NiUlonaWor -American league: for.be and play It well. Three or four yearn ago Louisville was. haVIng i' tough time In the last stretch of the pennant race, and Dlohl jumped In and helped' Inn Colonels through. Several years before he did the sainc Toledo. Blchl ulso ylayed Wltu thi I'lrntpi.'