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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGE DAILY HERALD Mwiiilay. .Inly 31,1911. LETH3RIDGE LOST AT RAYMOND SPORTS ATHLETICS CLOSE TO THE TIGERS TABER WINS OUT IN DISTRICUEAGUE Lethbridge Lost at Raymond Saturday Giving Taber the Championship of District Baseball League -- Had Raymond Beaten With Ease but Darkness Turned the Tables .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. ,;. .;. ATHLETICS AND TIGERS GOING NECK TO NECK I'liiladclphi.i won t'l'diii Pc-Iroit Satiinlny, \\i\irh puis iln' AllliclictJ so rlcisc to llic Tim'l's tliiu IiKlay's KUf.ii' will hr ;i lianic for hrsi ,.i:\ci. In ilir AllU'lil ill! I.i.Mj; R-. Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL There's many a Blip twixl tlit nnd the lip. 'tis said. Satunla jng al Raymond ilic l,i>tlil>riilm' \ivo-I'essors nl' t)a?el)all wcri> prinripals in a slip wliicli cu."! tlieni a nopliy and cliami'ionsliip honors; or at least put tUetn out of the runniiii; as eon-tenders for tlie l.im-els. it was that eventful postponed fix-lure. The same was a hoodoi of luio-doos. It was (U-iginnlly seln-diiled I'or .liily 1st lull liad to be postpont'tl on necotint of rain. It was npreed to piny it on tlie Llth. .\i;ain the jinks fitoi)pcd in. tlie .-\loxander ear eoiivey-ing the ioeal team to their destination broke down and the boys had to return home without conipletin;; the jotir iiey. The followins week anoth.er ai- '' tempt was made to hriiii; about an is-Bue but ai;Rin liard luek interveiitxl. The teaiu a:,ived at Ilayinoiid all : right on this occasion anil the game was eominenc d but it had not tone wore than three innin.uis wiicn a heal- * thy do\viipo\ir of rain put playing oiitl'^' of coininission. "* Saturday eveuiug the local crew ar-;'* rived at Raymond for the fourtli post-| '' poneiiient and altiiough the \ipper- ? (leek bore a sinister and tear-shedditig -aspect, the game was conuneneed and �went, for six rounds, at the end of he cup I ------ --------- ---------------- ? > HOW THEY STAND Taiier wins Hie cliamiiion-ship ot the IMstriet Haseiall l.eagui' aiul takes |)ossession of the Hrewery 'I'ropliy tliere-t)y. Tlie reverse suffered 1 v Lethbridge at R.iyniond Sam.--(lay pavo Taher undispiteil title to the championship. Taber has lie :; ; .New Vork . . .. . (ili> iMO L'o'j -t; IL' 0 Cincinnati .. ... mi ...... 101-1 \-: l{ ** Brooklyn . . . ... no! 00 1 -.�> s  t'ii:ciniiati .. ., . 2iie eP() (too-L' 10 1 iirookly n . , , . , . IHlll IIIIO 010-1 7 0 : I'iitsliuru . . . loi; loii .lx:--17 1 7 0  Hoston ..... , . 11(111 oil iOO- 2 L* *� (Iiieago . . . .. lot IIHI 000-n 10 1 ijl I'hiladelphia . . . L'oo :'iiu ono-1 ') .. (Sunday) : I'ittsbiirg . . . oi';; tiip Ox-1(1 14 0 Hoston ..... .. 1 Id 000 ono- J 7 0 * (�iiiciiinaii . . , . . 100 00(� iioi - (1 1 V Itrooklyn . . . . ,. W\ 100 1(1.'!-'.t i:; 0 ? .-^t, Louis . ., .,. noo fioo ono- 0 1 2 Xew Vork . . .. . 000 0".2 111 - r> 0 ? Chicago .... . . 000 010 0(iO--.l ! 2 I'iiiladelphi'i ... loo OOo (ioi-i: 11 1 Jones Not Going Queer the Bout Chicago, III., July 20. -Tom .lones, mauaKor of Ad Wolgast. arrlveii in Chicayo from the Coast yesterday in time lo reeelvi" an urgent call from the ehumpioii lo come to Cadillne for a eoufereiiee. .loius had e\pecled lo have Ills talk with Ad over ilie loiig-dlslaiicu tcleptuuie, and renmin In Chicago lo look after some biisinoss here, but tlie champion insisted on a heart to heart ciuiverMiiion .lones deniod tluu the sunuuons had any slgnlficnnee in connection with the reported disugreoiiietil iietween tho two. "Why should 1 inakp any nttenipt In (pieer this match'" asked .lones yesterdny. "..Vd w.iiits the fight, and is coiifidetit that he �an lieat MoKiir- ; land. That is enough, isn't it?" : FEATHER FIGHTERS START ELIMINATION vhich the Lettiliridge learn kissed l*"' ','"^1'' "pponents. f!ood bye to the previously rosey pros-])eeta,(5f bringing home the spoils lli.u belong to the winners of ilie Southern Alberta League of amateur basetiall clubs. Lethbridge players are erying robbery. Tliis is there claim: In the fifth the score stood S-e ill favor of Leth- bat iirepared to g.inier a few scores ^ eiOeiii^eek- er who hiul been liiniim like a liiMise-afire, was firsi up. lie slung one on tlie nose past Ihi.d. Clarence ()'-Urien, ke�'per of that saik for Kii>-luoiui ilirc-.v up his hands and e:\-plained with nimii veheiiiiiiice th.it he could iiol see yon speeding: splicr)^ and called upon the umpire to slop the New Vork . . Chicago . . . . .New Vork . . Chicago . . . . Philadelphia Ihtroit ..... St. Louis . ., Hoston ..... l'..>sl,-.n ..... ^t. Louis . . , \N .isliingion Clevelaiul . . AIV1ERICAN .. . Ooo 002 000- 2 7 0 .,. o:::; 002 200-10 11; 1 .. n02 110 100 2-7 12 ., L'oo OOP 1112 -s 11 2 -,lr -joi 20x-11 17 2 poo 101 mil- ;; 0 0 (Min dOO oOC - 0 0 4 010 :il2 01 \-7 0 ImO iNO' 00;; 0--1 10 :;oi ('oo ooti 1-fi 0 1 ni."i oi.M oox-7 p 1 iMio oon 001-1 4 4 Tommy Dixon Signs for Tliree Bouts -Coster, Rivers and Conley ; in September Kansas Ciiy, .Inly 20.-,Tiinmy ' lliirst, manager of 'I'oniiiiy Dixon, featherweighl chnmpion of the south, today eomplelod the terms of tho West Side Athletic cliili of New Orleans for three I'iglits for Dixon early ill September. The first bout wil' be a 10-round : affair witli .loe Cosio:-, the New York, featherweight. The second will be a � return engagement with .loe Rivers, of | Los .-Vngeles, who recently got a 15-round decision over Dixon on a foul. The third match will he with Frnnkio Conley of Kenoshti. Wis. ' The righlH are to determine the leal clinmpion ot the featherweight class: Abo Attell, who now holds the title, will fight tile winner. Uixon \\ill leave for New Orleans August 15. CAPITALS GAVE THEM A SCARE �dtlawii, -luly -'U -The Toronto Lacrosse Chdi almost lost its chances chances In llic N C, t'liampicuislilp at l.ansdowne Park .Salunlay aflernoon, when the Capitals held them lo a score (if ti to ."), oiitplaving the vis-ilor"-- In the lliinl and fourth (|iiar-ters. Had it not been, in fad, for the big lead which Toronto actpiired while Shea and Ka.gaii were silting oa the fence in tlie second (|iiarter, the otiiiwa team would probably June won Us lirsl game The Capitals played surprisingly well ; their defense completely outclassed the Toronto attack, wliieli was decidedly off color. In the held the locals held llieir own. init 1 lieir'luuiie was smolli ered hy the strong defense of the Toronto's or tiiey would have registered niaiii more goals It was fast, cle.ir across from start to (inish, and though the crowd was a small one, it was ver) enthusiastic, especially in the last quarter, when the t apitals threw e\cry man except their goalkeeper, into ihe attack in a vain attempt to overcome Toronto's one goal lead. bridge. The ball was hard to discern game. Th( limps, if not who was a Ray- - .....- u'ondite. or if not he migiii as well by this time on account uf the gather- hnve tjeen. liemuse his decisions were Ing gkxini. In the Bixtli I.elhurid.ge ! iijjriiiy |ireiiidir ed towe.rds Raymond, went to bat and failed 10 score. Com-i hesitated in .'m.-eeing 10 O'Hrien's fortable in the idea that they bad an pleading, for lo- evidenily saw the raw-imbeatalile margin on tlieir opponent.^ ,pess thereof. Ixit when the whole Uay-they played in a siing-froiil iii.inner, niond nine clammored around him and ]lowevp;- they failed to reckon on ihe ihon left the field en bloc, he g.ive way darkness and it proved their undoing - and said it was 100 dark I0 coiiiinue. Kayniond discerned that all they bad The crowd was 1101 large, hut the to do was 10 tip .Myers' assortment 'storm of protests emitted from ilieir ni the Infield and the darkness would ranks al tiie unfair maiioeuvn- of Ihe he reasonably sure 10 do the rest.:iiMine team was sufficient enough to simply couldn't .make every playei- i hereon feel mighty was a mer-I small. There was nothing to be gain .1. No less led liy debate Mild afier a lonsideiable than seven sugar heelers skated home . argument, Lethbridt;e packed their during thai perfornianee making the I bats and beat it for home, ----- ..... ...... 10 (disappointed. AiVlERICAN ASSOCIATION .Minneapolis ... 000 010 02x-('. Is Louisville ..... 000 001 (ii)()-1 1 .Milw-.iukee .... noo 000 000-0 'i Toledo ........ 110 o:!l on-S ;.; M ilwaoke,. Toledo . . REINSTATE "BUGS" RAYMOND ] ' St. Luis. .\lo.. July 2!i.-"Hugs" Raymond will proh.tblv lie reinstated by .Manager .McOraw of flie Giants next week. However, he won't be a mem-lior of rhe New Vork pitching staff, as , .negoiialions are now under way. whereby the fammis pitcher will finish the season witii the Memphis club. Ever since Raymond toppled off the water cart on the CllaiUs' last trip, he h:is been twirling for semi- professional clubs around New Vork. : MONTREAL PUT IT OVER CORNWALL Montreal, .fuly .3f).-Cornwall gave the \liuilreal lacrosse team the hardest snuggle they have yet experienced, on thiui own grounds this season, hut hualh went down to defeat by ioiir to tliree. The I'ourth nuarter was tlie most cxciiing period of the game, al-lliough not a goal was scored, for the visitors were trying hard to tie the score, wliile tlie Jlonlreal home made de.iper.ite el'iorts 10 increase their lead Both defences were playing line lacrosse, however, and the score remained where .-\sliwell had put it at the end of the Hiird quarter, four to tliriic for the locals. SPEQACULAR GAME OF LACROSSE AT THE COAST Vancouver Beat New Westminster, Playing Rings Around the Champions -- Game Full of Brilliant Features \'Hncoiiver, H. C , .luly 2li -In the n.ost exciting game played this season Vancouver took the lead in the British Columbia league series, heating Westminster in the seventh league game here before 10,000 people, Westtr.instcr iumped into the lead lighl at the start, hut their lead wan short-lived, as iVIathesoii scored one of the most spectacular goals ever tallied on t|ie coast. lie took the hiill from the Vancouver net and carried it the whole length of the field, );eating three urn, who tried lo stop his career before he put it in the net. Vaficomer played rings around the chan.pions in tiie second quarter and piled oil four goals. Westminster defence could not cope with the brilliant passing of the terminal city's home. \'ancou\er .slackened down af-I ter thev had secured a big lead, seem ingly thinking the game safe, but the Koyals kept plugging away and scored three in the third quarter, while \aiicouver only got one. Vancouver defence eased up in this quarter and let Ihe champions nni wild. Tl'e green, .shins could not gel steadied down in the hnal (|uarter, and some loose checking let Westminster ciiualizo. \'i-sions of an exlra quarter loomed up before the spectators, hut thev were doomed to disappointment, as Xcwsy I.alonde. with only Vl minutes left to plav, put the home team in the lend with a brilliant overhead shot. Newsy's check, .lohnnie Howard, had just been ruled oti a tew seconds before the Cornwall boys broke into the score sheet. Lalondc n?ade the game sale a few seconds lalei when he secured a pass troii' I''it7,gerald, who got the ball from the face-oil, walked right in on the net and scored, ^'ancouver vt'oko ii]) after this and played the chnni-pions to a standstill, adding three more goals, making it five for tho (luarter and-eleven in all to the Royals' six The eighth game will he plaved in Westminster next Saturday. BILLY SUNDAY'S VAST EARNINGS Eric, Pa., .fuly 31.-There is more money in reliKlou than in baseball. William A. Sundav, the former ballplayer, but of late years a revivalist, closed his season here several days ago with 3!70,")O7.TT to his credit for his 10 month.s' work. Sunday recently turned down an offer ot STiOO a month to return to the "majors. ' GRASSY LAKE AND ROVERS TOMORROW The I..ethhridge Rovers play OrtisBy Lake at the ball park tomorrow evening. The locals will Hue up as frl-lows: Wanless, Chisholm, Home, Ja.nies, .Mullen, Bembridge, Davles, Eaaton, Simm, Hagerston and .Toyce. Rosorve .Mackay and Chiswick. Referee Wilson. Kick-off (i.SO. 0:10 o:;o 1100 1101 110 020 002 000-Ci 11 J^ethbridge players Boe the hall and liie result '�y-go-around for Raymond. score lO-S. Lethbridge then went sore and Western Canada League Games BROKE EVEN AT CALGARY Si. Paul ____ ('olui^ibus . , St. Paul .. . , Coluniinis . . Kansas City Indian.apolis ' Kansas City Indianaii'dis l'ro\idence . Koehesler . . Providence . Rochester ., .Calgary, .July 2it.-Calgary and Ed-Tnonton broke honors even todiiv Barn-stea'W Viu'k , ("ioveland . Waslilnglon .Si .Louis . , AMERICAN ..... fil ..... fill . . . . 47 ..... 4S ..... 47 ..... 48 ...... WW ..... 2S .'',2 ;i2 12 40 4i; 111 t'll .rt.'ifi .fi.'i2 .ii22 .r,ii .4IJ,-. ..'t.'i.'i .204 Navy Cat Per Packet pofittlar ^gllsh O^i^ette. ;