Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
:4 fAOEBtt TRI LfTHBRIDOE DAIIY HKftALD FRIDAY. JUNE 21, JACK JOHNSON A ff OF 210 CHAMPION HEAVIER THAN WHEN HE MET TALKS CHESTY Paris, June Jack Johnson heavyweight pugilist, wil wriga about pounds when be en tew thft ring oa Saturday for his figh Trith Frank Qfonui of PUtsburg. This means he tcould be about ten pounds than, at tlie time or his figh Jeffries at Reno ou July 4 'Since Johnson begarx training he baa-lost 25 or 30 pounds. He will con three ali Sard -wbri until Friday. Johnson Bays be is stil! looking for taker of a bet of which he to wager en himself. The odds In refapft to the fight from 8. to 1 down to 2 to 1 in favor of Johnson. Johnson, and Moran 'appear to be equally confidant of victory, as their trmifling draws to a close. Johnson is eo that be. will win that he has 95000 to place on his chances, but so far fcas lound no takers. Moran, at training quarters at Sferler-sur- Orse, a few miles outside of ?arls, as- serted today he was sure he would de- feat Johnson. So far there has >een -little bettisg the result. The Paleface Talke Paris, June one toofc'Frank Morjttt's statements, seriously, there is to' .the-.Johnson -.Moran heavyweight championship fight, -.out a .victory for tte'-Pittsburx mauler. "Tell 'em he said put their money on the paleface." Both jrlflclpalE have begun, to-re- duce their traininj.actlvitles. At the Velodrome .d'Hiver, where the fight will take place on. Saturday, workmen have'started to arrange the seats In preparation for a large crowd, amonf 'which he represented. _ _ So far there hisiDeen .little betting on the bout odds on-which .the money IB offered i-today -were in favor of Johnson. BASEBALL TONIGHT Bow lilind. playi baisbill here thlt evsnlnj with the local Vha waatftar looktfi to inclement last night that It'waa deemed riffctaaary ta call the game off, but'the appearance-of-Old Sol in ill hit glory, thlt morning, decided the magneta here to put the game en the boards again, and the game will take place at the uiual time and place: the ball perk at 6.30. Lethbridge put It over Bow Island on their latt appearance here, but the Itlahdere came back with a vengeance on their own ground! when the locals journeyed to the gat centre a few .dayt later, making two .deflate for Lethbridge at that place for the sea- ion.. Gorrlll will be on the elab for Lethbridge, and is In great form, which glvii hope for the locals squaring up matters with Bow Island. IPK UP ILL UNION BOAT CLUB .OF -BOSTON NOW AT LIKELY LOOKING Under the training of Roblneen, a famous backstop in his ay, Otto Miller has developed Into a Iqished catcher'for the Brooklyn Na lenais. In Fleoher, MoCarty and Mlllir the lodgers have as even-a receiving as any team- In league. They re nil, equally good In the fielding nd batting end' of the game, anc here iJ little to eiiOBie between them, xcept that Miller has had a little iore experience.. II MEET PIRATES DON'T' WANT OTPPLE Pitcher Who Cost lo Be Transferred if Waivers Are Not Secured Pitteliurg, Pa., June days far Marty as a member of ttoe team are numbered, and it win not be surprising if a deal is closed soon, that wiii sued the once promising pitcher to aubcaur club. The attempt of the Pirate manage- jnent to obtain waivers on O'Toole failed, but that is not likely to alter the decision of'the Pittsburg officials to get rid of the hurler who cost "O'Toole remain with Pitts- burg for the said Dreyfuss, today, who stated that if "waivers are not obtained Marty will be transferr- ed to one of tie teams claiming him. WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL GOLF TOURNAMENT :J. C. Jenkins, who won tlio ama- teur golf championship of Great Bri- tain last He is a member of a great golfing family, who possess com- .tplefe conadencc added to immense vMoose Jaw, June 25 Another large crowd was out to witness rery icon racing here yesterday time of 2 12J was equalled on four occasions in the pace, which tooi five to decide, as did the half mile free-for-all. Hokola had a cinch with the trot, tak- ing it in three! straight from Kid. Cupid and Wynema Chinits. Ovi- edo won the pace and Yedno tlw free-for-all. Bbth running races were well contested, although in the sec- ond Moss Rose was left at the post. PURSE Sl.OOO Kokola, C. H. Loud, Miles City, Mont. Ill Wynema Chimei, Oeo. Loomis, Minneapolis 532 Kid Gupid, Lou Daniels, Chico Calif 7 3 2 Idealo, JI. C. Tynen, Prince Albert 4 2 7 Prince of Peleg, Jas. Stewart, .Monarch, Alta 354 Padishah, Warren Dennis, Rox- burg, Idaho 745 JJarguerita A., Geo. JlcPher- son 666 2U5J PURSE Oviedo, Warren Dennis, Roxburj 63111 Imbro, Cr. M. Anderson, Portland 13232 Hal D., R. F. Dygert, Moose Jaw 71723 Alphadel, H. Cameron, Ed- monton 25664 Dan Logan, W. J. Miller, Chico, Calif 36443 Ed. Karnock, J. R. Daily, Missoula 8 4 3 5 dr The Indian, McCarrol and Noble 475 dr Clara Paul, C. B. Austin, Moose Jaw 5 8 dr HALF MILE FREE-FOR-ALL PURSE Yedno, J. R. Neelcy, Se- attle 53111 Friday, Juim Moose Jaw 11222 Topsy M., J. R. Taylor, Moose Jaw 32333 Star Points, J. E. McGirr, Moose Jaw 24444 Glei. C., R. J. Meredith, Spokane 4 5 5 5 dr :im. SIX FURLONGS RUNNING, PURSE J300- Athabascan, J. D. Ferguson, Sas- katoon, won Mammy, J. R. Ford, Moose .law, second Merrldeld, P Hood, St. Paul, Aiinn., thiid.'Timc SEVEN FURLONGS RUNNING I'URSK Sporting Life, A. Mclntosh, Prince Albert, won Ancestors, 0. Gir- viri, Kdmonton, second Tristc, Long Tryan, Calgary, third. Henley-on-Thames, England, June _B arc bemg made be twen the Winnipeg Rowing Club and the Union" Boat- Club: ol Boston Mass eights, opinion bemg fairh evenlv divided as to which is the speedier, neither having yet rowed i all out. Last evening the Canadians did good half course row in 3 minutes 20 second, 11 seconds faster tthan the time of the Boston eight foe the saine distance. Dibble, whose splendid form spires Nat.- Scholes with abundant optimism, sculled the full course in 8 minutes 30 -his halfway time lour minutes 13 second The eight for an hour this morning, rowing at a stroke varying from 32 to 34 to the min- ute. Thev covered the course in 7 minutes 30 swonds. The crew are very fit aid In good spirits Dibble paddled over Fred Mtuthie, president: of the Dm Rowing Glut, has armed. The Re- gmtta draw tales place tomorrow Of} THE HUDSON TOD1Y Pougbkwpsie, N June 26 rowing colleges of Cornell, Col- umbia, Wisconsin, Syracuse, Pennivl vania and Washmgtcii, were astir eartj morning with their one hundred and twenty oarsmen keyed up to high toision for the day's row- ing on the Hudson. There- were ino changes in. the hett'ing over night and Cornelf continued the fav- orite in all three races, several bets at even money being reported on Cor- ;II against the field. There were many bets of even money Washington against Pennsyl- vania and some wagers that Syra- cuse would not be third or better in the varsity races. Wilson to- day denied clemency to all the dyna- miters except Painter, Mooney, Shupe and Hanton. ,j ff WON'T PLAY WITH WHEELER UMPIRING Medicine Hat, Alta., June 26. umpiring Is so rot- ten that Managers Dunn and Stis, of Medicine Hat and Re- glna, respectively, at Regina yesterday signed an agree- ment not to play with Wheel- er umpiring, and notified Pre- sident Fleming to that effect. Lumley, a new pitcher from Ogden, in the Union league, WALTER JOHNSON MAKES ANOTHER GREAT .HIT The home run Walter John- son made the other day was faded into insignificance with the home run lie made yester- day with Miss Hazel Lee Rob- erts, daughter of Ropresenta- live B. E. Roberts of Nevada. Miss Roberts and were made husband -nnd wife at the home of the bride's par- ents. n-ho: are now residing in Washington; Onh members of the Rob erts' familj the cer emoni, which -was ueiformed by tie Rev. 'Dr. Prettiman, chaplain of the senate. The pitcher and his bride will not have their Jioneymoon until after the end of tie bass- ball season. O NEW 1" Mr JamcB Thompson, the phy- sical director at the "i M C B a. hustler, aatl ha is working hard to fulfil the object of the institution pertaining to bis department A of the Association tennis enthusiasts-got together .last night at ,he Y. M. C. "A. and organized a ten- iis committee under the .new plan of irganization whicbj the physical di- ector is inauguraUng. .-Th'is modern ilan of .dfwtrfemcnt organiza- ion consists b! of, small ommittees, each responsible for a ertain line of activity, such as is, track and field sports, aquatics, aseball, football, gymnasium, etc. The chairmen oi these different ommittees of activities constitute a physical department council which is esponsible for the detail of the de- artment. The chairman of the.coim- is a member of the physical de- artment- committee. The physical department committee onsists c-f five business men, the hairman of which must a mcm- AfTPR THE LAUNCHING OF THK FOURTH CHAULCNOf tlR THO LIPTON FOR THE NOW AMERICANIZED CUP The Countesa of Sir Thomas Litton, Mr C, tin gner of the new Shamrock, Mi tmd Lady Henry, photographei t CJosport.Iast weelc after Shamrock IV. ha'd been christened ib'y the CoUntesB f and safely launched at Portsmouth harbor The new dial pi is a boat will cnrr> enormous sail, her roast being some eet long: and costing, go ise are informed Sir Thoinaa is making ye npthor noble attempt to lift the cup, v.lth all the disadrantagei on his sldt s long trip tlie Atlantic fcr ono, not to mention the flaci bat'the Americans are at'liberty to build three.yachts and select the bes lUle'SIr Thomas can only rely on one. Cup-lifting is a very expenaitft obToy, but it shows for that reason the_'public will wish he latest better luck than her predecessors. 2THOFIM Pernie. B.C., June a arge number of members were in at- endance at the meeting of the Loyal range Lodge last Thursday evening, hen all degrees from the Orange to Royal Arch, inclusive, were put i, there 'being initiations in each ase. Among the. visiting, brethren Bro. Matthew, student in Presbyterian mission field at El o; B.C., who inspired the meeting ith a short address. Bro. J. -f. Smith staunch Orangeman for, over a quar T of century, entertained .with the agpipes, and Bros. Campbell; Foster id Halsall gave several pieces, on the 'e and drums. Arransements.for the Twelfth of July celebration, to be held here, are beinff rapidly completed The Sunday parade of the local breth ren to divine service will be 'to. the Presbyterian church on Sunday even- ing, July 12, when, tho Rev. W. K Thompson The Glorious J "Twelfth; falling, on Sunday, will be 'celebrated on the Mon- day following. Throe automobile loads from the Wilmer lodge are expected to arrive on Sunday evening. The first train in Monday morning bring a following of Orangemen from ilarysville, Kimberley and Wycllffe; this train will arrive at 9 a.m. Cres- ton lodge, with others from Sirdar, KIngsgate and intermediate points will arrive about the noon hour, pos- sibly by special train, while the lodg- es from the east will arrive at 12.60. In the afternoon there will be a :cr of o! Directors of the! Brand parade to the city park, where I speeches will be given from the hand The physical director is an cx-offl- Etencl- The of welconie io member of nil, these bodies and cts in an. advisory capacity. The tennis committee plan to get he courts put in first class shape .nd have already engaged NEW CLASS C MONEY RECORD to given by Mayor Taylor. At the conclusion of the programme of ad- dresses, the following athletic events will be run off: 50 yard race, boys, under prizes The tennis committee consist's he following: (1. Shannon, L. has Joined too Hatters. Dolce j TooailiE, W. P. Higgens, and' an of Portland is expected, He is a pitcher, also. too. (.HEM members ivill receive appiica- 51-00- J2.00, 51.00. 50 yard race, girls under 10; 52.00, 75 yard race, boys under 15; i lions ior membership, in the tennis The ioe is S3.00, and the season VERNON 2 INCH BAND PARKER Carnival Shews At. Fair will continue until the end teniber. of Sep- 100 -V3rd race' giris Oraagemen only, "IRON MAN" McGINNITV Will be Through as Manager of the Tacoma Tlg-rs Next Sunday Ituss -Hall, a well-known baseball man of tbo Coast, win manage the Tacoma. Tigers in tho Northwestern league, after next Sunday, succeeding Joo McGlnnlty, the famous "Iron man." McQinnlty has not been malt- Ing good lately, and has decided to iiult. He controls the majority of tho stock of the club, and will continue to play ball -with the team, taking his regular turn In the box, but will have nothing to say about managing. CHASE STOPPED FROM PLAYING WITH BUFFALO During the game yesterday at Buf- falo Hal Chaee was served wlth.an In- junction preventing him: from playing hall In the- Federal, league. The-In- junction was served the'Instigation of the Chicago White Sox club, 'which club Chase recently left In tbo lurch. Chase was at bat when served with tlut valors, and he struck out. 51.00. yard ____, 100 yard race, open; 510.00, 56.00. 75 yard race, married ladies, 55.00, 53.00, S2.00. 76 yard race, lady members of Lady Orange Benevolent association; 55-00, 52.00. 75 yard race, single ladles; ?5.00, 53.00, 52.00. Potato race, boys under 12; 53.00, 52.00, 51.00. Potato race, girls under 12; ?3.00, 52.00, 51.00. JJest fife and drum band; Tug-of-'war, Oransernen.. 9 to a team; 518.00, .Lacrosse match: 'Cranbrook vs. Fernie''or Nelson. Cash prizes will he given for the tug-of-war, la which it Is expected all lodges present will compote. The prlz? for the best fife and drum band will also be cash. In the other events, wfilch have been BO generously-filled by the merchants, substantial prlies be given, as the committee did not ,wlsh to professionalize the win- hers, 'which would be done by cash prizes. (n the evening a dance will be held In. tho auditorium, for which one of the best orchestras In tho district has been secured. The music for tho day will consist ot bands, fife Three Games Between Northern League Leaden Set Hlgheit Figures for Attendance Winoria, Minn., June has broken splendidh for the Winnipeg and Grand- Forks teams' In the North- ern 'league. These- clubs for two wceliB had been disputing the right to the lead With such a contest in pro- gress. It is not surprising that, when the two leaders were called together in the park at Winnipeg, new attend, ance records tor the three days In a class C league hung up. Fred Curtis'and his' Maroon players cap- tured three straight.garnet from Ed, die .Wheeler's Forkers before three crowds that staggered even Owner the'Winnipeg Near: ly 10.MO times the turnstile's clicked. The-Superior club has received Its first nibble' for Outfielder Glass. An offer1 of Jl.OOO from Cantltlon was re- fused by the ciub who rate the man. NATIONAL TV. L Cincinnati St. Louis PJifiadelphia. Chicago Ptttsburg Brooklyn Boston 83 31 32 27 29 27 23 24 21 27 30 27 30 28 31 no P.O. .611 .634 .516 .BOO .492 .491 .426 .429 Philadelphia Detroit Washington St. Louis Boston Chicago New York: Cleveland AMERICAN TV. L. 24 29 27 28 31 31 3ti 36 33 34 31 30 22 SB 38 P.C. .593 .654 .560 .548 '.BOO .4S2 .386 .367 FEDERAL Indianapolis...... 31 Wcago........ 34 3altimoro Buffalo...... Kansas City Brooklyn..... Plttsourg .10 "28 29 24 25 St. Louis........ 26 L. 24 25 25 25 3.1 29 31 38 P.O. .586 .576 .545 .468 .453 .448 .406 INTERNATIONAL [imore Rochester Buffalo 'rovldoncc Toronto.. N'ewark Jontreal i.. Jersey City 36 34 3-1 '28 25 21 'SO L. 22 26 27 i'Sf 29 42 P.O. .651 .600 .567 .567 .500 .468 .339 .323 NATIONAL New 'Vork 693 Boston 7 13 2 Tcsreau and Meyers; James, Strand and Wliollng. Brooklyn 763 Philadelphia 3 11 a Reulhach and MoCarty Cteschger, Tincup, Pleffer and Killifer, Dooih, and Burns. St. Louis 141' Flttsburg 499 Perritt'and Snyder; Conzchnan and Gibson. wet AMERICAN First Boston 2 S 3 Now York 3 8-2 Collins, Caobs and Carrlgan and Cady and Nunamaker. Second 3oslbn 4 li 1 Sfcw.York 38 1 Johnson, Wood and Cady Caldwell and Sweeney. )etroit 2-' 6 0 Chicago ..3 9 1 DaUss and Stanage Russell and ilayer. leveland 69 St. Louis 3 8 Gregg and. O'Ncili; Mouck and Crossin. Baumgardner, FEDERAL 'ittshurg........... 233 BuDalo 672 Moore and Blair; Camnitz and Jerry. 13 IB 3 5t. 895 Flsk, and Wilson Cran- :all and .Simon.' lansac Oltjr hdianap'olis ,.it.. 10 8 .8 WESTERN CANADA 'W. 31 Medicine Hat 25 2-1 21 Calgary..........20 Edmonton 19 12 24 26 26 28 P.O. .750 '.641 .480 .447 .417 -.396 drum'bands and bagpipers. Mr.'W. i. ScoH, a who has for 'ears supplied music on tbo Twelfth if July to of Orangemen on larado In Belfast, has been ocured for the day. A fare and expected to ircvall on tho C.P.R. for tho occa- ion. Harris, Packard and Emenroth Moslr.y and .Hailden. Irooklym 5 10 9 Jaltimore 4 13 a Marion, Flnneran and Land; Smith, Viiholm and Jacklltaoh. WESTERN CANADA Elm PITCHING- Edmonton, June Bronis md Eakimoi broit tn a double- eader. Bait n-tt wild, and Battiste, iro was no better, was yanked by Tordyke. KjaR wai In he evening Chapman demrved to win ut errors lost the game. 'First garner- algarj- 0 53 jdmorrton ,.........12 13 2 Ball and Kuta j Kraft and Lemieux. Second algary------. T 13 1! Edmonton 183 Frlnk and Kuhn) Ohmpman and emieux. BEER'S TWELFTH VICTORY Saskatoon, 'Junt Been, itched a two-lilt game and abut the tillers out 3 to 0. This is Beer's welfth ccmaecutivi victory. The linkers for only four Its, but the Millers' errors ware Btly. Only two Millers reached rst. MUIon, new ItlVSelder, did onaatlonal work. oost 931 sskatoon............ 3-10 Harrah and .Wally Beer and Wal- BUCKLES MINUS HIS MAOIC Hegina, June of ouhle shut-out fame, -was no puzzle o the Red SOT, who hit him freely nd opportunely. The Hatters only un was a homer by. Martin, cdicine Hat ,......_.... 141 egina 8 3 I Buckles and Barth Ryan and Net- I. AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas City 9, Mlnneapolil 6. Milwaukee C, 3t. Paul 5. No other games scheduled. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 13, Toronto S. Montreal 8, Newark S.. Newark 7, Montreal .1, Buffalo fl, Providence 7. Rochester U, Jersey City 7. CANADIAN London 6, Brantford 1. Ottawa, C, Hamilton 0. St. Thomas 7, Peterboro 0. Erie" 3, Toronto 2. NORTHWESTERN Victoria 1, Spokane 0. 'GUNBOAT" SMITH IS BIG FAVOHIT6 London, June fans in Eu- rope have made a big favorite of 'Gunboat" Smith, and arc picking hjm to heat Georges Carpentier, the French champion when they meat In London on July 16. LETHBRIDGE FAIR July 7.