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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta tHE MTHDRIDflE DAIJT.Y TTEHALD Tlun-sday, .Time 20, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS SAWBONES SAYS ELYNNISINTHE BEST SHAPE Johnson Laughs at Medi- co's Chest Expansion laughed Johnson today. to be there with your Las Vegas, N. M., June Jack Johnson me.roly laughed today when told that Dr. Edwin B. Shaw, who examined him and Jim Flynn today, had stated that Johnson probably has not got staying powers. Dr. Shaw based hia statement on his test cf the big negro's chest expan- sion, which, showed a difference of only 1-2 inches between the meas- urement at normal and at full inspir- ation. "Yon can't win lights with chest have jnltts. I guess I won't need much 'staying because that July -I thjng Is only going to last a little anyway. Mr. Flynn .won't have a show. Nevertheless. Flynn's trainer sa; s Dr. Shaw told him that Flynn's mus cular development was perfect and that ail he lacked was a little greatf Ireight. Dr. Shaw thinks the negro Trill have to win enrly in the battle or not at all. Jack Curley announced today that he has wired an cn'er to Johnny. Cou- tha bantamweight champion, and Johnny Daly for a. 45-round light in the new arwia July 2. 'the day before the Johnson-Flynn fight HILLCREST LOSES FIRST GAME IN PASS FOOTBALL LEAGUE PLAY FOR EL-080 CHALLENGE TROPHY Draw Made for Competition on Country Club Course on Saturday Have Won Three Bur- mis of -Defeating the Leaders Hillcrest, Alta., June 19.Hillcrest played their'fourth game in the Al- herta Pass League at home on Wed- nesday evening, when they met Bur- mis for. the second time. The game was rather late in being started on account of the visitors' rig breaking down on the way over. Before a large crowd of spectators the ball was kicked off at 7.30 by the home team, liurmis playing down hill. As soon whistle had blown Bur- mis got the ball and after barely one minute's scored a goal, the Ilillcrest goalkeeper playing rather feebly. The hall was set going once again and tho Burmis men again made a tot the home team's being thrown m b) Hillcrest goal, hut by this time Hillcrest were moan was the worst offender in this The draw for the first roirad In the golf competition for the El- Oso Challenge trophy, so gener- ously donated by Mr. GHlla, has been made and -the play will start on Saturday afternon at at tho Country club links. .The draw- ls as follows: Nourse va. Seatle, Tinning vs. Buchanan; Duff vs. Sjye; McNal- ly vs. Adams; Sheldon vs. Staf- ford; Lindsay vs. Harris, Robert- son vs. HIgiubotham; Fisher vs. H. Domian; JlcClinton vs. Kelson; Kocbler vs. E. Power; Gillespie vs. T. Power; Bnrnsley vs. 'Gllllu; Anderson vs. Beeby; McC.llnton vs. Johnstone; J. H. ponnan vs. S'iolth; Shepherd vs. BlanChard; Pcapst vs. Cunningham. RAYMOND GAVE GARDEN CITY A TROUNCING Magrath, June 19 b) their iml dcleats. and with (.orrill on the mound tivirlra" ball f-c Gardeners completed loiltel tho RajD.ond brigade it the Exhibition park dun dad toilaj m one of the finebt exhibitions 01 the gan c ever seen in MaTath The was 10 to (i, llagrath having an innings to spare Tho game the kind that fills the homo tans with ind the MSitors with sorrow H was i glorious Tictori for the Gar lien Citv. and Hie locals are now fill- ed with a rr.Kolve to clean up every- thing in sight m this neck of tho woods. Tiio feature ol the game was I he brilliant bos work of Magrath's Epi'ball artist Gornll, the almost field of tts local ag- tion and ihe air splittln-, bend- ers of the Raymond., first pitcher, wai replicoil In the gislh. Raymond fought brave- ly to last, and were game until 11D 'iml hope v. as shattered IP e i strong team bat "how cu ju 1. of practice, the homesters displayed wonderful im- provement over their in the cariv pirt of tie nsnscn little more awake and after repulb ing thli dash had the ball in the visitors half most of tiu e though B'irmis made an occasional dash in an effort, to repeat the offense respect and should' be taught the rudiments of the 'game before being allowed a place on the.team again. 111 Hillcrest has been deie-ited for the 14 first time in this selles but there is no discredit in the'.defeat, as they was verv hotieeable that having one goa.1 to their credit thev plajcd ver) safe game, the left dciense particular plaving off cverv thevO were at all hard pressed. :____ ....__. score icmamed 10 in the visitors' agnln ,n the league, but from favor until half nine ilthough on one the mtiire results of games in nhu.li occasion Hillcrest missed a chance of' (ne teams meet the same opponents were far and away the better team, putting up a first cl iss game through time the first fatil minute Be The not, naye a chance to meet Bur- a goil Hut there was no for missing The Burmis team .should he.proud of: their goal keeper, for he is one of the best and to him the greater: part of the credit is due tint so little scoring was mule off their-team. One nr two of the Burmis men put up a dir.lv name several fouls being renistered asj-imst the vibit'm; teim while onlv one v is called in their favor during the first h-Ht Ilillcrest Tries Furd hall time, the ball being again set in motion, Hiilcr-st made a strenuous eflort to even the score, hut Fisher was there and thi-ir striv ing was in vain Burmis then got the ball and made a valiant attempt to increase their score, but Hill (.rest's defense of which we are so proud, didn't SEC their vva) cleir to grant then, wish From then on the hall was pnncinallv in the visitors half of the ground, the visitors play- ing their usual safe game, ball al CARVER KNOCKED BILLY NUTT OUT New Michel. B.C., June In a bout liere, scheduled to go 15 rounds, Cbas. Carver, of New- Michel, knocked out Billy Nutt of Regtna In third session truth ol this will he seen The Mtars For the home team Wicks put- up his usual good game on tho defense with Herbert Adlaro for a sidekicker, and no small ahiount of credit is due to this pair for the fine exhibition thev gave lav lor at halt back was 'alwavs there when wanted and of j 1'etrie the same can be said. Among i the torvvards Knovvles, Rochester, Grimshaw and" Adiiifn. all a great game and taken together the team plaved i first class game hut the effect of the first goal scored against them had not worn off at the end of the first half. lack Oliphant referecd the game and is a favorite with all on account of his unbiased and rulings During the whole game there TV is not one querv as to an) of his deci sions and to him is due a large share of the credit for the absence of anj trouble whatever on the held The line-up wis as follows H Fisher backs, PadgeH and 1 Sloan half-backs, S. Stevens, J. .Yates and L. C. Stev- ens lorvvards, Farnworth G Mitchell G Carson, E Tonls and J C. Chester. HILLCREST-Goal, T. Da.wson hacks, A Wicks -vnd H Vdlam hali- tacks, 'ohn Petne B Games and Taj lor lorvvards B Litiierlind J Knovvles ff Rochester, J Gnm- shavv and Len. Adlam: BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games National Marquard's 15th Victory Boston, June Cllanls de- feated Boston a ien Inning gamo today by li lo 5. It counted as quard's fifteenth straight victory, ui the score was a tie when be wont In the box during-the eighth Inning. His, work In tho final'Inning prevented n possibility of, tho score being lied ag- ain, lis Sweeney was on third, and on- ly omi out. Klrke popped to Fletch- er and Jackson struck out, ending the game. Sccre: New York 010 020 200 G 12 1 Boston .000 002 210 B 10 1 Ames, Marquard und Myers; Hess and Rarldon. Brooklyn 5, Phillies 2 Brooklyn, June Brooklyns won the fifth straight game today by defeating Philadelphia, 5 to 2, in their first clash of 'the present aeries. Knot- zer had the visitors guessing in every inning except tie sixth, when three hits and n pass let In their two runs Daly put, the ball over the right floK fence for a home run in, tho eighth Score: 000 002 2 7 i Brooklyn.. 021 010 5 12 0 Curtis and'Killlior; Knetzor i llilier. Pittsburg Easily Won Pittsburg, June pitching of Ro'hlnaon featured the game her today, Plttsburg defeating St. Lout! 1- Score Standings Today National W. L. I'ct. Now York 89 11 .780 Cincinnati 30 2-1 Plttaburg 20 21 .580 Chicago........... 21 27 .503 St. Louis 23 23 .600 Philadelphia 20 27 .428 Brooklyn............ 19 80 .388 Boston............. 17 37 .315 Ainerican Boston 19 .655 Washington 31 23 .507 Chicago 33 '24 .670 Philadelphia 30 2S .BIS Detroit .-I-. 27 31 .4IJ6 Cleveland 24 29 .463 New York......... 17 32 .347 St. 10 38 .207 Pittsburg 104 300 10 St. Louis 010 000 1 3 I Robinson and Gibson; Woodburn Willis. Dale and Wingo. American Athletics Stopped Senators Philadelphia, June ton's winning streak of 17 straight games was. 'broken here today when :he home team won .in a dcublehead er. Philadelphia. captured the first game In ten innings by 2 to 1, and :he second by a ninth inning rally by 4 to 3. In the opening contest, Washington ed bv 1 to 0 until tvvo were out in -he'ninth. With two strikes on him, Baker tied the score with a home run over the right field fence: In the ,enth inning, Barry scored from first in a long single'by Lapp. BakeT's louble. Strunk's sacrifict and Mcln ils' single won 'the second game. The argest crowd of season saw the doubleheader Score t .First Washington 000 001 000 Philadelphia 000 000 001 2 Hughes and Henry; Coombs and Lapp. Second, Washington. 000 300 'hlladelphia Pelt; and Insmlth Bender Thomas 4 2 Bodie' Hit Homer June Bqdie's home m In the sixth Inning gave Chicago 2 to 1 victors over St Louis toda> Benz held St. Louis to three hits un- PARMELEE WAS TOO HAVE SHOWN IN LETHBRIDGE '-SlDc view Of MACHIV46. Woturx tnm two MW klllt kjr Phil 0, DM WWoh O0.t hll UH IfiKtk TMIu, UH! Mkw UM at Ownn Qnliiblr, IIMC- Mto Jr. Torph.'. Uckt M foUvmt ItaM imnl mm nlUtorj ia (MB trlcl .t wftk- tJ of all tloni dMptlMliM from Uld MOJdMt to PtriMlx ud poMlblr of kli putatr Tur (ila'i Into mid itwd lu M trWd to t BU ou omrw, ud fell In a The two bl- ww nr th. Brttuk Avro u4 ,tha French Broguot military types a icrew tractor and In front qt. the .wlngi, con- trary to construction of the Wright, GurUf. mod other lending which have cither one or two projwllerj tha of trailing had been engaged to give an exhibition In thia awnth by AL atotrli. the ninth, when' a single and a tri ple scored a run. Score: Chicago ,000 001 7 0 St Louis 1 a 2 Benz and C. Brown, B. Brown and Stephens. Naps Killed Tigers Detroit. June De, troit to three hits today, and Clevel- land won by A score of 3 to 1 The visitors bunched four singles with an error In the seven'Eh, and scored all their runs. Score: Detroit 010 000 132 Cleveland .000 000 3 10' 2 Wfllett and Stanage; Gregg and Easterly. Botion be New Tcrks, June The Bostons easily defeated the New Yorks In the first game of the -aeries, by a score of 6 to 2. Bedlent held New York.to five singles, while the .visitors bunch ed hits on Warhop. Gardner's field- Ing featured. First baseman Chase of New York, waa struck In the chest bj a flying bat In the morning prac- tice. and will be out of the game for an indefinite period. :.Score: Boston .000 202 6 10 2 New York 001 100 2 .5 3 Bcdlcnt and Carrlgan; Warhop and Sweenc-y Association Toledo 3, Columbus 1. Indianapolis 7, Louisville 2. Louisville 3, 'Indianapolis 0. St Paul 7, Kansas ity 1 International Toronto 12, .Jersey City 6. Providence 2, Montreal 1 Baltimore 5, Rochester 1. Baltimore 8, Rochester 6 Canadian Berlin 7, .London 8. Ouelph .6, Ottawa 3, Peterhoro 6, Hamilton-3, St. Thomas. 2. Central International Winnipeg 4, Duluth 2 .Grand Forks 4, 'Superior 1. International Rochester........... 33 20 .023 Baltimore........... 31 24 .564 Buffalo............. 25 23 Jersey City.........- 28 28 .500 Toronto...... 25 20 .-190 Newark.............. 26 2S .4S1 Montreal 23 31 .428 Well, I BU08B yos! Tho Alonso Clfiir the best ovor, :15o, 2 for For box or 25 .'.Clears, The Elite Cigar Store Adj. Morris Theatre Phone 1318 CARDSTON NINE IMPROVES ITS CLASS v 't Gets Back at Warner for Previous Defeat A Good Game Providence 21 .397 Association Toledo Columbus Inneapolls .1.. Kansas City St Paul Ir.dirraapollr Milwaukee Louisville 42 21 .867 43 23 .652 38 24 .613 32 32 .500 27 3S .416 2G 39 20 39 22 39 .473 .391 .361 Northwestern Victoria Seattle Vancouver Tacoma Spokane Portland 31 2S -T526 31 28 .626 30 30 .500 29 30 .492 27 29 .482 2S 31 .478 BULLETINS S. 0. E. vs. MACLEOD A football game to- be played at Macleod. has been arranged between the S.O.B. and JIacleod, for tomorrow, Friday. The train loaves at 3.30 and the team to represent 'the Sons will be; chosen tonight after tlie match. Regular -players wanting Information phone 715 or 1151, CHURCH FOOTBALL football game of aome interest will take on 'the Westminster ground on Friday between and Wesley. The follow- ng team will, represent St. Mary's: Knowllen, goal; Dixon and Holland A. and Collier; Field, Gladwin, Bfinibridge, Bestwick, and Grist. They meet at Westminster church at 6.30. sharp. Reserves, R. Mathews. asd Whittal. WESTMINSTER LINE-UP The foIlowlHg is tho team to repre- sent Westminster against St, Mary's In the Sunlay School Athletic league football. game tomorrow evening ivi. 6.45 on the grounds at isTo. 2 Fire Hall namelj Sawn Worthington Ness Clayton, Cowan, Brikker, Mcllvena, Home, Simm, McWhataic and Mc- Farland. CALLIES VB. S. O. E. Tonight third match of the Intermed- iata soccer league mil be pulled off tonight at the Aethletic Park, between the Callias and S 0 E Both these teams have one game to theil- credit and appear to be well matched. This will baa good game and much.Interest is displayed as to how these-second teams will go through'the battle J. Gurr will officiate as referee. Kick-off at 6.451 Admission 15 cents. CALL1E SENIORS, NOTICE The Callfe seniors will have a full practice-on tho North Ward grounds o-n Friday night ait The foliow- ng players are specially requested to >e present Mclntyre, Bannerman, Easton, Bren- nan. Ness, Whyte, Glen, Clarke, Anderson, Knight, Linning, Oliver, Tennant, McMurMe, Hunter. CALUIE COLTS, NOTICE The CaHIe Intermedia-tes will meet Jie S. 0. B. In a league game to- -light. The following players are re quested to be in attendance; McDon- ild, NesB, Collier, McMillan, Smith, Jrawford, KHpatrick, Mcllvena, Page Tennant. Anderson, W'ilkes and Doug- at 6.45 sharp. ST. CYPRIAN'S WIN OVER ST, ANDREWS The senior football team of St. Cyp- rian's beat the fast St. Andrew team n a fiercely fought gamo last evening Dy a score of 1 to 0. The game was ilayed on St. Cyprian's ground.: To- ilght (he St. Cyprian's Intermediate 'ootball team will meet 'the Knox church Intermediates on Fleetwood school grounds. Northwestern Portland 8, Tacoma 2. Victoria 8, VancouVflt 7, Spokane 8, June their first game this. season in the southern Alherta League of Amateur Baseball clubs, .Cardston and Warner met, at the latter, place yesterday afternc and vyhat proved.to he the best game of the league was played, Cardstoii winning by 9 to li. .The hoys from the Cardston. branch wore in much bettor form than when Warner played in Cardston on .June 12th. Manager Firie and President Heppler accom- panied the team, and are largely re- sponsiblo for their better showing. They played a surer game and made fewer errors. Warner played the usual good hall which this town has been putting up since the beginning of the league. They were short Garrie, who was playing with Magrath in the league game against Ravmond ves terday afternoon, and his place on the team was.filled by Moe, vyho played right field. Cardston's battery showed a new- man in Thompson behind the bat and Fulmer pitched the entire game the bases were held I. down bv G. Cariu- uoss VUlson and Spenter L Carm stop, and with Pirie at. centre Held and Giles and Sobbert at: right -and left Cardston had a might well be proud of. For Warner Englehart pitched five innings and Berg finished the game. Both-were in: good form, but. ilidn t 00 anything like as good work as Fiilmer. did lor-Cardston. play ed :his usual good game behind the hat and Berg and Englehart held down first. .Mellliam and Appelin were on second and third and did much to keep .the Cardston .score down and Bigford at short, Moe at right Graham, left and Gild) ceu- completed--the losing team. t NOTLS Or THE GAME Three presidents of teams were present at the game M Ileppler, of Cardston W WcD Tail of mond, and C K Lamg of Warner Ihere vvere also present tvvo officers of the Southern League, r S LeS- fingvyell, vice-piesident and W McD lalt secretarj treasure! Fred Burton of the Cardston Globe, is a good sport and was present with the team and kept score. Cardston had not many ,rooters but the} made a lot of noise the number the Herald noticed Fred Bur- ton, Chas. Cheeseman, R..M. Howes and Guy Holland Everyone was satisfied with the rulings, of Referee Howes Mr Howes learned the game .in Iowa and knows it Warner diamond is a good one and the people of tho town patronize their home gimes AH business houses closed tight and employers the game together The new trim service greatl) u- cilitates travel between Warner and the Cardston luanch Warner's ncvt game is with Raj- niorid at Warner on June 26 Nine to six was a neat score and will even the league standing better Caidston's pilcncr ein tvurl the ball The" ladies vvere out in full force and good too MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Close 108% 93 'A 38 Winnipeg, .Jinn., Juno, grain murkots opened and closed 'to- day as folkivvs: Open July............ 108% October 9854 I October......... Ex. No, 1 Feed, July Flax- July 208 Cash Prices No. 1 Northern........ No. li Northern No. 3 Northern........ No. 4..................' No. No. 0................