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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta t t Section 2 Volume III. K r idge Daily Herald 2 Letlibridge, Alberta, Friday, June SWEET More sold than all other combined CAPTURE i-a. ..on, Pa., May Cleve- land club-has best phenomeal pitcheis in the college rank in B. Harrison De Mott, of the Lafay- ette College team. De Mott Is the man nho blanked the'Princeton team with scratch hit recently.' He also has 'two no-hit shut-outs to his credit this season, besides. De Mott is 21 years old, six feet one quarter inch in height and weighs 180.pounds. He has blind- ing speed, a ball with a gieat break to it, and good control. De Mott is: also an unusually hard hitter. He has made number of home runs this season. The young collegian's .wonderful work this season resulted in a- number ol big league'clubs making offers to get him. Pittsburg. Detroit and the Athletics were .negotiating with, him when Sam Kennedy, the Cleveland's able scout, went to Easton Saturday and obtained his signature to a contract, L-_' Number 146 FRANK LAPORTE A Man Who Makes a Mighty Noise In the Big Leagues With His Ken's and E Shoes for In patent leather, vici kid, velour calf and box calf Only a limited number at this price, so get in early t to. Ladies' Shoe Shine Repair Dept. 'In Connection Successfully Defended World's Wrestling Championship Titie Chicago, June 2 Colon, of Humboldi, Iowa, last night success- fully defended, his title as champion of the by easily de- feating Stanislaus the Polish champion m'two "stralgat'falls !'at ,the Colliseuni. Gotch outclassed his ier-: opponent in every department of the game. After he had won the first fall in the phenomenal time of (j% seconds it was only a question ot how long the Pole could hold out against the brilliant of his j more skilled rival. Tne immense crowd had hardly realized that the great match had started' b'efofe Re- feree Dick Flemiug'.'slapped Gotch on and declared.him the winner ot the first .fall. CThe, hold. which sent the Pole down was a arm and half Nelson. .The first fall was so short that there was little intermission before the men grasped each other for the seccnd time. Warned seconds to I win the match with a bar arm and wrist lock. At no time was.Gotcn- m any dan- ger, and when the "Pole would 'secure any advantage Gotch would quickly; break his holdt and jump to his feet. j Gotch forestalled his opponent at YJ.C.A. HAD AWALKOVER A. O..F, Were Not Up to Expectations In Last Night's Football Game On the Square ery turn and it was worse than-hope- Frank Laporte, the Yankee's Popu- lar second. bascmap, who has just been shifted -from second to third base on account of the accident to '.'Jimmy" hurt'his" knee less for the Pole to attempt to assume the aggressive. The result is considered by many to indicate that Gotch was outyol conf dition when he lost __ the handicap match to Zbysco at Buffalo. sliding to a base" in afc" game -against the St. Louis Browns. Laporte is hitting the -ball often and his work in the many of the games for the who are now in second 'position. What was :-prophesied, to have been j the most evenly matched .'game the season, turned out to be ratter-one- sided when played last night'between the Y. M. C. A: and the A. 0. F. At least It was score. The play for the first half was very and close, but it was In the half that the Y. .M. C. A. pressed the A. O. F. .sufficiently hard to pile up three scores'and make the full- time sheet read In their favor. Referee I Arnold called, the game at 7 o'clock, and the Y: A. took the kick off. The A. 0. F., scared 'strongly, and forced their play cown Taylor shot, Collier saved, causing .a corner. The A. 0. F. forward line continued to pepper them, in on Col- lier who cleared nicely: 'At last the Y. M'. C, A. break av.ay and shove the ball through" their op- ponent's half-back line" into dangerous proximity. Math the sit- uation however by rushing in and sacrificing for a corner .kick. At last alter much Engle shot one between the posts on. a right drive from the penalty line, tallying the first goal of the game favor the Y. -M. C. A. After the .kick off the oall is once more forced into A. O. F.' territory, and spectacular plays and brilliant saves become numerous. The A. O. F. forwards break 'away and come down the field on a good.combination, Willetts passed, Smith shot, but the ball flew wide. Again Smith pass- ed, Fraser rushed in b'ut Collier sav- ed. _ Now.it is the'turn of the "boys in They make a rush and cock checks heavily and drives out some long flys. The A. 0. F. again break away, and Smith feeds to centre. Taylor drives but the Y. M. C. A. delence picks it off. Back goes the pigskin for ner that is accurately and Schmidt with well guaged headwork punts .in'a well turned one and tallies number two for the Y. M. C. A. The A. O. F. force hard working their way down, and on a pass from Smith, Taylor shoots a hot scratch from centre, raising such a dust that Collier misses, and the score stands The play becomes very strenuous towards the end of the first half. Hop- kins turns back a nice one, but it is pounced on by his opponents. Smith passes to centre, Willets takes a long drop, but Collier, rushing out punts JEFF HAS A NEW AUTO. porbett and Johnson Are Doing What' They Can te j Ditcher Higgins. has been turner >The" New.York National club has back to the St. Louis club by the Den- ver club of the Western League A gold Pitcher Klawitter to the phis club, of the Southern League. bore In two or three on Stowe, who keeps cool, blocking accur- ately and clearing effectively. The C. A. take another but 'Al- Ben Lomond, Cal., June Corbett'stepped Into the-limelight at the Jeffries'-training camp to-day. Jeffries was; all wrapped up in'his and; when the usual crowd of visitors came in to afternoon's boxing, they found that Jeffries had flown-and .Corbett was there to entertain them. The two ex-champions played hand- ball in the and performed other, gymnasium stunts; "but soon Jef- fries was out tinkering with -his ma- chine 'and Corbett had the gymnasium to MmseU for the rest of the''day. He.did not box, declaring that his trip across the continent .had made him sore, but worked hard to get into form, and said that in about a -week he would be fit for speedy sparring. Jeffries has not .had on a boxing glove for five days: The conversational war between r JactC Johnson and Corbett waxes a- pace. When Corbett read an inter- view with Johnson in the morning pa- pers in which Johnson is quoted as daring Corbett to box him, the" ex- champiGr, grew-'angry. Corbett de- clared that he .would box Johnson for charity, and would exact only ten per j cent, with which he would buy a mon-; umenc for Johnson when Jeffries gets through witlrnim. "I am'willing to bet, old as I am, I can make him quit." Do.Not Misscxamin- ining my window b.-foie buy ing Buchan The Men's Man My goods are making me every day. They to please Spring Outfits At Appealing Prices This acfrertisement will have accomplished its object it it induces you to give a glance at tile window ot my store on Round Street. .One glandb wiirbc sufficient ito intereFt you in the stock, and the chances that, you Avill come inside and make a purchase. Suits -That impart that touch of stylo that elegance of cut and natural- ness of fit, inseparable from care- fully designed and well made garments. LANGFORD AND BURNS. Los Angeles, June were 'signed to-night 25 round fight between Sam." Langford and Tommy Burns, to. take, place here on "Labor Day.r Burns will receive ;60 and Sam 40 per cent of a purse. ;A Each fighter will receive: 25 cent, of the moving picture profits. BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP: CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement .of the Oliver Block That hat or cap which will suit you and please you is here. T guarantee you satisfaction. Hosiery Quality counts for a lot in socks and you will find real quality here. Til ere arc fancy designs for those who like them. The prices suit all economically in- clined. Shirts One of the most attractive se- lections of shirts you've ever seen. Stylish shirts made by ex- pert shirt tailors. Ties My stock of ties includes every fehiqnable style in plain or fancy designs; You can rely On finding something distinctive and taste-' ful in neckwear in my store. team is pla body's keen and it looks any- cAL THING ib iae only kind a real sportsman and it's the, only kind we cai e to deal in. We are. sports our- selves and know, how it feels to have everything go lWe .aids of riFST CLASS SPORTING GOODS t 10 iiidooi 01 outdoor pasture's. Also games of every description. 'It would pay sou to look over our su- perb stock you'll surely see some- thing jou'd like to hav.e. If you do, we can make the puce fit your purser The Lethbridge; Sporting Goods 412 ROUND For the stajt of the second half the ball goes "into Y. M. C. A. territory, and the A. 0. F. look like 'winners Their half back line checks well atad feeds _the forwards in substantial' style At last the Y. M. C. A. take a run for another try, and bore In a couple on Stowe, wno" clears well, how'ever. Thenihe'A. p. F. breakaway, and try some sky: scrapers. Smith takes a which is well placed, but Is punted out for 'a long left drive. Bruce now comes forward into 'the middle of a fracas, and pouncing onto a defence fumble, he shoots the lea- ther through, making another tally for the Y. M. C. A. Again they come at it. Bruce' tries a turn from right, that flew wide, McKay landed, Stowe caught, Hop- kins rushed, BOW VALLEY 1 LEAGUE OPENS Carmengay Beat Gkver- vifle By One. 'Run Carmangay, June, Bow ley Base Ball League season opened to-day, .Carmangay. playing Clever- ville on the latters ground. Thejwea- ther was not all that could be desire- ed, heavy winds and clouds _of dast blowing across the diamond, are net' conductive to good ball or pers. Despite however1 an ihterriiptv ion, caused by the elements, and spectators were too keenly :i% terested in the game to give vennto v. i their feelings against rude Boreas his host of relatives, in the or molecules of sand etc. Excitement was naturally intense, when no scores were made in the first inning, ville scored 4vruns in the second this spurt on their part gave lead for some considerable as m the case of the hare and'tortoise steady play on rhe part of Carmangay reversed the position and the score at the close of the play Vas Carmangay S, Cleverville 7. It would be unfair but Stowe cleared before j to deal with individual merit, 1 have a reputation for com- fort, wear, and style. The SLA- TER SHOE on the market'since 1869 in every conti- nent of the world.-'.'.To avoid im- itations look for "the sign of the Slate" on the onslaught could take effect. Ag- ain Hopkins jumps into the limelight, and taking a long left drive he drop- ped in a spectacular one that grazed the bottom of the goal rail, tallying number four for the boys in The Y. M. C. A. now change their tactics slightly, playing on a long combination and keeping the ball in the air. On a pass from Taylor, Bruce again shoots, but goes wide. The A. 0. F. bracing up, take a lead and for the next few minutes make ft hot for Collier, but not In their line, and they cannot break the spelirthat has fallen upon them. Again the ball goes back into A. 0. F. territory. Bruce took a corner, Schmidt shot a hot grounder, and scored number five for the -winners. 'This ended the scoring lor the game, and although either team shot sev- eral more likely ones, the score was not altered, and stood 5 to 1 at full time. Referee Arnold handled the game in proper style, and caught most of the tricky ones. Following is the line-up of each team: Av. 0. F. Overalls, Gloves, Trunks, Suit-Cases, Collars, Braces, Underwear, etc, etc W. E. BUCHAN IVextto Eureka Theatre and all played a sound game, and com- tnbuted to what undoubtedly was a successful afternoon's enjoyment.' SEE PAGE SEVEN BASE; BALL SCORES AND.' OTHER SPORTS. KNOCKED OUT HIS PARTNER. Johnson Undertook to Discipline Sparring Partner for Staying Out Overniaht. Stowe Mat Home Hooker i Cauldwell Cameron tMcock Fraser Wallace Taylor Willetts Smith Attendance: Goal Backs Half-backs Forwards Y. M. C. A. fiaston Brown Phillips Mullen Shaw McKay Bruce Engle Schmidt Hopkins 400. San Francisco, June son put on the most exciting hout since he has commenced training this jafternoon. The excitement came when Martin Cutler, one of the Chic- ago sparring partners was dropped in the second round with a short right up percut to the jaw. It took some lit- tle ,tirae> to revive Cutler, and even Johnson looked a hit worried and of- fered to assist After tlie day's work was ended it that Cutler received his in the way of punishment for staying away from the camp over- night Johnson had warned Martin that such things would not be allowed. In the second round of his bout with Cutler tho champion cut loose with some punishing body blows, and fin- ally sent in n short rigbSMiand upper- cut that did not travel more than aix inches. It did the business, however, and Cutler simply collapsed .as limp as a rag. In addition to that affair, Johnson boxed four rounds with George Cot- ton and two with Walter Monahaa, a local heavy weight, who was recom- The St. Louis Club has sold infield- .by Referee Jack Welsh. er Lee Mages, the Seattle reoniit, to the Louisville club, of the American Association. Dick Egan, the Cincinnati second baseman, hasn't made ror since May 6. a fielding er- -There was pulley exercising and bag punching as well, the negro spend- ing a full Iwur In the gymnasium. To- morrow and Monday b.6 will continue the boxing aad other let up. then will come an- SUMMER SPORTS We carry a fun n'rie'af" Baw..Baif, and' other Sportmg Kobertatn's Bookstore ;