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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta June IMJE HERALD Page? S-P-O-R-T-S CORONATION DAY AT PINCHER i Celebrated on Grand Scale With Fine Success Spqrts principal Feature Weather was Nearly Perfect fttKher Crek, June metcome rt.nfull weather tions prevailed, here today Tor Kports and attraction.! of Coronation Day. from a distance were here last night.-.ready fo take tholr places in the races which took place this afternoon on the Fair Grounds track. -A1. an early hour this morning conveyances of all descriptions drove into laden with'yoking ami old, 'bent on taking in the sights and celebration. The firtt attraction of the day con- of a Calithumpian procession, was undouhtedly a splendid fea- ture to open the day's program with. Though termed Calfthumpian, it was really art .industrial procession in which a number of our business houses were represented, with pome cohitcftl-oddities. The fireaien'e and athletic .snorts followed the Callthumpian pageant In tlio'two mile amateur race, with fivo" entries, Archibald "Blwell won, Idiroe iii three his time be- ing 3-5. -Dan iMcDertjiott came In second and Oeoi Vilance third. In the hnlf mile race Jaa. Knowlton took first place, purse ?4U in. three, prizes, with Vilance second and' Mills j third.. Kuowltun's time. '1-2. The firemen's events resulted as follows: "Wet test; rPincher Greek on them for years past. During afternoon a thunderstorm and rainfall of brief duration, mat- ters unpleasant for a.few (he sun'shone out again as brightly us ever and little discomfort WHS. eiperl- euccd (o mar the pleasure of the big gathering. Following are the results of the var- ious horse races. 5-8 race, 2 and 3 year'olds, Alberta bred, cup valuo additional J150 Bolton's Cy- calee, 2nd McKenzie'B Tuscan. Tluio ,8 3-5. Quarter mile, pony lit Fairy 2nd. Time .25 4-5. Half mile 1st Alice 2nd, Madge Hortoa 3rd., ,Timi Half mile 1st, Dliie id'Znd. Time .65 Mile Flight >lelos 2nd. Time 1.50. Boys' pony let, Queen Lol the Woodn 2nd. Time li Ladies' -saddle .Sha'rp, with Dixie Lad.' Time i 3-5. r Dees 1st, Roa- alta 2nd. Time Indian Owl let, Fish Eater 2nd, Three quarter mile, Pincher Creek tat, Landoff 2nd Time 1.19 1-5. A 'buckius contst was the conclud ng feature-at-the race track. Win. We- 1st, Macleod 2nd Laridei team race of Cowiey. being the winner Pincher Creek Jst Macleod 2nd Coup The dav B program wound up with ling contest, Pincher Creek let and !a baseball match m the at the 2nd. In the ladder and hose race ohl-v one' team "entered. The !foregoing'1events. were each on fast time. -TucHer-and AIcMurdo won Ut it, coupling contest, Kellj and Faj Wl'ile these events were taking place on Mtdn street the junior banehall teams of'Cowiey and Pincher' Crook had rojiaired to the Athletic Grounds, -whero they played a match in which the boys put. up a pretty stiff game but douu to defeat to the home team. The score was 20 to a in lavor of Pincher Creek Immediately after dinner, dense uowds were conveved to the agncul tural grounds, the_ time the horse races-were started contained Uiu largest, number of pepple tiiat has athletu grounds between the Macleod ind.Pincher Creek juniors and i 220 ya.ds foot rice lor a purse of after which a dance was held in'the opera house, following the moving pic- ture shoR ,j of an untoward nature, .oc- curred throughout the day, the crowds being of the most orderly and respect- able kind, all of which made bration enjoyable to visitors-and to tqwnspeople alike The pupils.of the public school were presented with' Coronation medals at the opera Wednesday even- Ing. The principal of the school, Mi Legett occupied the chair llid an interesting program addresses helped .to. pass -away .an enjoyable time Western Canada League Games GAME PUT ON WHEELS BY CORONATION COMMITTEE Moose Jaw, Sask ,i Time 22 game had an unsatisfactory ending is with ,the score at 8 to 1 In t don's, favor, and two. down in the. first half of the the Cuvona- tion and proLcsMon tcck possession 01 Hie ground and the game was called, reverting to the end i of the siilh innings in which the' home club weru in the lead. The wen- ther bright hut a trifle cool and nindv for the pitches but suited the batsmen 1 litre was onh onr g Krandbn 6 2 Moose ,ljw 7 1 Smith and Ouster, Nawrson McQuarrj and Fournier Un'pire-rMorrison. CALGARY WON TWO FROM EDMONTON Cliaarj, June Calgar ion the morning fame by getting af tor Fleh hard In the first Inning and then playing a perfect defensive game Manning wai In great form and pot an Edmonton man got as far as third The Calgary 300 000 Edmonton 000 000 Summary Two base Soren son. Sacrifice 'First base on Manning 3. Dud- ley, Slight; off Pleh J, Wilson 2, Streib First base on er 1, Edmonton 0. ..Left on 4, Calgary 8 Stolen Struck out Manning, Vandine ,i, Sorenaon 3, fleh, Coi, Slight Vncltln Mills, M Hleh, O'Brien 4, Davidson. Double to Flanagan to Manning. Hit by Chick. 'Attendance 2000. Afternoon Result Edmonton 100 000 7 B L'aigan 140 010 H 5 Batteries Baiter and Slight, SUn .Hdge and Stanley. Boys and Girls Receivet Fine Prizes For Super- ior, Prowess One of the features of Coronitloi Ply. was" children's sports which took' place In the.' afternoon (ho Mounted Police Barricks.' 'A largo numberof (he parents were pVe sent, as were also (he .Mayor and one or two aldermen. The children were delighted with the prizes, which con outfits fountain pens, dolls, -books and sat chels. Thomas Fleetwood announced the races and took the entries, while B Copc, acted as-official starter, and Vernon Pearson took the results, as- sisted .by Mr. Van Allen, of the pub- lic school staff. There were seventeen races, and T. Pennefather won two of them, and got two biseball bats, and very kindly put "one "up as a priz0 for an extra race for the'boys, which was won by C. Jones The races ind'winners were as fol- lows: Geoghcgan, 1; W. 2. Boys under Grist, 1; C. Jloth, Girls under Johnson, 1; M. Seaman, Boys under Park, 1; 0. BJor kblade, 2. Girls under Hutton, 1; O. Williams, 2. nnder 12.-rrT.wo heats and Parks, 1; ,A. Hyde, 2; Second .1; H. Wal- lace, 2 i Glrls.iunder 11. :vWhitmore, 1; B-Hutton, 2 ;iBpys 1, W Murraj, 2 1 j Sack-race openl.VrEryin Hutton, Threading the Neldig, ,Boys' threerlegged Penne- father, and R. Macbeth, 1. Girls; race, under 10. Perry and L Thompson Girls', skipping D. Smith, 2 three-legged HuUon and-A.: Murray Perry'and A Hvde Boot and shoe race (open) Macleod, Girls' egg race, in Young B.- Hutton, A: Murray and B.--Button. ,ocal Tennis Again Beai Tftber Coronation was taken'- advan tige of by the Tiber Tcnnln Cllll) to play their' return "mjtteh against the combined V. M. a A. and School Teiobers', Clubs city, The almost in Idea! one for teunti, times the wind swept iicrofs the :V. Courts so as lo seriously afreet (he playing. The :ourls were -in .first claEK condition, in spite of the rain -of Wednesda) night. players .were somewhat handicapped I he wire netting be 'ug placed so close lo the sen-Ice line, .ha chief difficulty experienced by our own players, at the beginning of the season. The arrived on the 3 .rain, and- were met by President lackeon of the local club and'Mrs. An- drews and Mrs. McKerricber. The Y was used throughout the day as a endpzvous for tennis enthusiasts. In he afternoon light were erred tor ,the players in the, rear of he building, and about nine o'clock orty sat down to dinner In .the Y. au- itorium. After dinner, a pleasant wo hours were spent, waiting for the nidnight train on. which the visitors eturned to. Taber. The score much the game s meeks preUously. Following s the nummary: I Men's Doublts f Moiwn and ..lackion (Leth.) beifi Grant and McPherson (Taber) Francis and Laylon (Letli.) beat Lyons .and Thompson (Ta-ber) May and .Duncan (Leth.) jjr. Hammond and Ewing (Taiier) Anderson and McKcnzie (Letii.) best Norton and Kenton (Taber) 6-4 Mlx-.d Doublet Miss McNib.and Mr. May ILeth.) beat Miss Miller and Mr, Lyons (Ta- ber) Men's Singles Mason (Lelh.) beat- Hammond (Ta- ber) Thompson (Taber) heat Francis Davidson (I.eth.) Grant (Ta- ber) Duncan beit 'McPherson Norton (Taber) 'beat Layton (Leth.) McKenzie U-eth.) beat Sleeves (Ta her) 8-i-i, i Andeibon (Leth) beat Fenton (Ta ber) Ladies' Singles I Miss Mmmons belt Miss Miller, Jackson game was not plav ed owing Illness'of Mr. Lyons. DISTILLED BY W. ft A. GILBEY W1HE HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS FROM SCOTLAND'S FINEST BARLEY. GUARANTEED 10 YEAJU OLD. Wine gRlrit LETHBRIPCE OVERSEAS WON THEIR GAME AT MACLEOD WINN'PEC WALLOPPED SASKATOON HABO Winnipeg, lune game loda- was easi picking (or tbe Ma roons The was put on Ice in the fourth spasm. The Winnipeg 004 000 JO 3 Saskatoon 000 000 9 0 WEDN6SODAY RESULTS IN WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE results In Hie Western Canada ague Wednesday, were; Edmonton Calgan a tie, Saskatoon and Winnipeg i tie, ten Innings, Urandon lost to Uoose Jaw, Trigger and Trap MAGRATH CUP SHOOT The contest for the Micrath Gup the piinclpal event at the loci tripi which was b) tbe eicellenl dtapliy of bj C Uvlngituiwi, who rlM alt the trophy. Cup J. C. Ml! 10 H-49 A. M. K A, R 15 16 2 18 tO ]5 i. a UTlnfMme In foj'i snoot- ing skat Mnli ind lil, ii i ramH thit win tike a lot hirn. A B. Unj well broiklng M 1M. ptrnr ipoon A Class wai 1. C 18 and 50 Ut B Cln H McMillan The Standings Moose Jaw Edmonton Winnipeg Hrindon Sankaloon WESTERN CANADA 10 9 12 13 16 11 32 29 .684 .683 .5-18 '.M 231 New Tork Philadelphia Plttsburg HI Louli tlnclnniu Mrookljn Moiton NATIONAL 34 35 33 30 30 ,26 SO 35 ,13 42 .630 .625 .683 3o6 .556 .446 3S4 230 Uetrolt PhllKl.l New Tort Uoaton -levelind Wuhlngton It. Louis AMIRICAN 36 to 29 24 20 II 19 23 24 27 36 16 4: .695 665 .866 .538 .SIS .400 164 .276 LOCAL ATHLETES SELEQEDFORTHE PROVINCIAL MEE The Lethbridge Y M C A will sen a contingent of athletes to compete the provincial meet Edmonton Ju 1st It is not a very large one, co sisting of but three.. They are: 'Janie W Mead, who be entered In th sprinting and hurdle events J W Duncan, pole and jumpm; and'George McKenzie, five mile TIC Duncan is probably tbe moat sentalne of the trio and is to ghe a good account of himself i the pole vaulting event His ihowin at tbe provincial meet here last yea .entitles.him to special.consideration Mead has been sprinting in goo time'in, the tests and Pa ney and McLean, the northern .cricki step, at a lively clip. -McKerizie wi be well up in tbe five mile event his showing In (he tests be take n ciKpnon He will be up agains hard game but is going.-up to Ed monton to win with .the. other loci ENSIGN-CARR BOUT DECLARED A DRAW .Special to the Herald) WUUla, June twelve roum boxing contest 'between Knsign champlnn middleweight of Alhehrts nml 'Kldd Carr, of VinconveK which topped off the big program or sporti here today, nas declared a draw, il though superior ring tactics and knowledge of the game was appar rent in cierr round The bout ois i slam hang affijr from start to finish and although Carr went to the floor limes during the bout he prov c'l (o he one of the most aggiessire and sturdy proposition! (hut Ensign ill.over appealed igilnsi, anit was il- ni? noic than read} to and ake jtnjlng his biltn IT tskp punithmrnf cie no doubt-v'linl (ho referee took into con- iiiM in siiins him I drnw. Kii- n' i noli imoiin Lcllriindse r i in a ten roind glove t I 01, Islsn.l at big eele brntion mi lul Jsl, and all siio t follon-ors Liotilng (ouvnrcl to this howt an one of (lie fpsicel nml lies I ex- hlbiiioin i ii ii I i i, Or 1 ie CRICKET, FOOTBALL AND VARIOUS OTHER EVENTS MADE MACLEOD LIVELY Macleod, June Day celebrated .in Macleod by all man- er of sports in' which' Macleod' proved le loser in many events day as fine and cleat and erjthing ent off ver> successfulh The par dc of school children and 'Citizens rom the school was an exceptional iccess and the speeches at the town quare were The roceesion was headed b) nearlj all F the automobiles iii town; after hiuh came the So.uth MaclcocPbaDd, illoWed bj the police veterans, the ountedvPollce, school children.num- ebring ovei1 three .hundred; and the tizens. .of "the parade as from the puhlfc Second NO BASEBALL TONIGHT There sch-duled for the city league tonight OD account tof game played yesterday avenue to 24th street avenue to the court house iquare. Speeches delivered by Mayor Dickson, R. Patterson M.P.P., R. G. Mathews, chair man of the school board and Batbiirtt' Htll .of the Church of Bng- the "people the King and dispersed the wholes-ceremony laatlng over .an hour. Ih the afternoon manv people attend- ed the school children's .sports on .the exhibition gi ounds which nere erj good and match-between. Macleod and Calgaryf resulted in a win for the latter team j by seven wickets. In ihe first innings Macleod scored and in the second Sfi, which, score was ,tied by. Calgary with seven more wickets. The football match in the evening' drew a large crowd'.also and resulted in a win 'fortune Overseas Club of Lethbrldge, "-'who beat the local team The was terv fast and was 'undecided till the. whistle -blew Several men were hurt during the game but this was not due to rough play, half' back for Macleo'd, was hurt; so badly that he was-forced to retire from game, and Brown. mother .Macleod man, was kicked in the jaw while running in on the 'ball. The Overseas travelled, to Macleod on Coronation'Dav and met the. local team in a fricndK game The game was well advertised mid was plajed before about 500 jwople, including a the The team tmd a rousing recep- tion on entering the field Mr Pat- terKon, M.P.P-, kicked .oK the game at once became hard and' fasl pace that was kepi up the wliolt ninety minutes The Overseas' de fence played a great game; Hornc, with might} uprmts and keen tack ling, proung ,i SOIL thorn in the sides oF the. Fast Macleod..forwards 'I he halfbacks all plajfd well with Button and stars The lea- turc of the game was Dans' goal, the result of.ji beautiful header "from the FIGHTER IN SERIOUS CONDITION AT FERNIE Fornle, line ten round boxing contest'between A Dragoon and joung Streel- er, held here night, Dra- goon wak put out In the 9th. lound anjj-ii in the hospital and: has con- scloueiiHii U reported the doctore VllI operate" to re- move a clot of blood from the brain: thp peuallj line Mathui mide olhrr for Hie Oreraeis, a shot, from that forward giving goalkeeper no dunce'' Muleod 'rrv fast team, tntf 'man e line is i sprinter; half-backs ijad the their lires in keeping tfcfpi ov was Marleod'i Ant gaine, eiprct to luve a ;ii their District league fimea j plav their fust gime m thla tlon on Tuesdav, the 17th K Wilson, of Lethbridgt. vac feree and gave pverr both teams The forwards the croud with their beauti __ biuation and sparkling rum Thi, ntng and centering of the outaMe and the fine understanding and shooting of the inildn ing a treat to wltnein also at goal and Ku-.g broiigkC off one save particular, when 'he-''-' himceK alone the goal turning the hall round 'oill-' mg iorth the the crowd T Record in tHits "V j. 1 What is probably for as.mide it HamJltOfL'v'Tha biseball nine played :-heider" with Brantford, and alto-_ gether (no ;imes It is tkic Ham Iton won both. 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