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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGK DAILY. HERALD ThuriMlny, 1911 _ MERRYMAKING DAYS IN SOUTH SPORTS S. 0: L AND OVERSEAS TONIGHT LEIHBRIDGE BALLJEAM To Invade South Countr> to Try District League .Conclusions .The Lethbridge district league lean will piny a regularly scheduled gam at Raymond Dominion Day. Nothin definite has been heard from Rayinon as to the time: the game will be, star cd but presumably it will >be in Hi afternoon. The local nine will leat- hers in the Arlington about o'clock and should arrive in RaymoiV at 3.30 when the meeting of the ol rivals will probably late place in Bediately afterward. There are two distinct reasons wh; the Lethbridge team is dead anxiou to win. First, the district champion mug would to extreme ad vintage posing on a local shelf. Sec end, Raymond has always proven on Jonah. For the past two years the best that this berg could produce in ,the way of baseball material has in vaded the Sugar Town only to be humbled by defeat. nine that leaves here on the holiday will be the strongest yet sen against the Southerners and it is fel Ji'ere that Raymond is about to sut' Jer a fall. Cardtton on Monday Monday Is Cardeton's annual cele bration day. It it the gala time of the year there. Lethbridge is due to play the Cardston team a regular league filtiire and there is going to be a hot time'tis said. Horse racing and other sports are billed for enter- taining the crowd but the main event will be the ball game. The celebrat- ed Coronation Day contest between Gardston and Lethbridge, has created i: razor-edge interest in the forthcom- ing battle. All the country folk in the vicinity of Cardston will be there to see it and the outcome here too be awaited with keen anticipa tlon. ..The local team will leave here Mon- day morning in autos about 11 o'clock. The game is slated to begin at 5, af- ter the conclusion of the other events. In the evening a grand ball will be given at which the Lethbridge team .will be guests. The above arrangements are not definitely decided upon but the ar- rangements stated are very probable if autos for the trip to Cardeton on iilonday can be secured. The alterna- tive will :.take "the 3.4n Strain south tomorrow, and play: the. Ray- mond game .before the train on..the holiday, take1 it .to Cardston and, lay over there play Monday and return Tuesday'morning to Leth- bridge. The Cardston club has prom- ised the local; team a fishing trip in the mountains if they are there Sun- da} .The special train -that has' been of will not materialize. NO GAME ATTABER Raymond was scheduled to play a district league baseball game at Taber yesterday .but wet grounds interfer- ed. Arrangements for a postpone- ment were concluded before the vis- -iting club had started on thoir jour- ney, so no inconvenience was culoned: CARDSTON TWO DAYS OF FUN Standing of Clubs Today Calgary Moose .law Kdmotiton..... Winnipeg..... Saskatoon Sramlon N'ew York j Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn will have two days of Bay and Cardston .the' latter fulling on Monday' the'3rd Inst. An excellent program lias boon arranged, particu- larly for the second day. The list of events are as follows: Dominion 10; at Assembly Hall. 2.p.m.-i-Basoball (Town Square) Ma- grath vs.' Cardstou. 4 races, sack rac- 'Chicago es, obstruction races, handicap races, ['ittsb.urg wheelbarrow races, three legged, rac- es..'Good prizes. Tug of vs. Car- aenters. S.30 Ball in the As- sembly Hall. Cardston Day 1 nice, 5 miles, 1st. S10. 2nd So. Motor cycle race, 1st ?10, 2nd Half mile dash, free for all, 110 and Pony race, 14-2, 1st Jo, 2nd J2.50. 1-4 mile dash. 1st SlOj 2nd ?5. Green trot or pace, half mile, free or all 1st tlO 2nd So. Miscellaneous races. o town square, Ler.li- iridge vs. Cardston. S.30 Ball in the Assem- ily Hall. WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. C 30 32 26 2S 14 12 13 lli 20 23 33 37 .695 .661) .otii .54S .293 .245 NATIONAL 39 37 22 23 24 SB 30 27 34 38 .629 .GOT .890 .566 .557 .451 .36T OTTAWA EIGHT SHOWS CLASS Henley, Eng., June Otta- ra eight were out this morning at leuley with Bud Kent of Winnipeg. hey did a half mile course in three ilnutes thirty-eight "seconds, and af- erwards had short spurt of rowing, he crew is progressing favorably and et away well. They have two outings j gt. Paul ally at Magdalene. i Toledo In Magdalene and New College of Indianapolis xford they have strong opponents ml along with Jesus College, Cam- NORTHWESTERN ridge and the 'Belgians, "the race for Boston H 47 Detroit Philadelphia New York Chicago Boston Cleveluml 44 41 35 31 3i 29 22 2B 27 30 37 41 .651 .583 .534 .DOS .439 .359 .258 Rochester 38 24 25 26 35 29 .579 .069 .510 .490 .375 .341 .311 Buffalo Montreal Providence lersev 26 25 21 Newark 13 13 15 IT IS '.594 .516 .500 .486 .323 Berlin Guelph Brantford London 19 16 17 IT AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 41 2S Kansas City 3D 29 Milwaukee 36 33 Louisville 34 S4 -Minneapolis 34 .574 .522 .500 .493 Ford Is Sure Some "fins" Ford is sure one of Hie yrt'iiifsi pitrliers In lite country. His iVat nf sinking our Cobb ami Crawford the other day with tlie bases crowded Is irlh.T nf mention. ffirtn 33 30 38 36 38 41 .473 .435 .406 e Grand Challenge Cup will be the lost exciting witnessed for years, he weather is ideal for rowing. For he diamond scnlls, Derand Yongaza, drriiany, is the favorite. Vancouver Spokane Seattle Victoria 43 41 41 33 31 16 .CIS .386 Ajtt .239 Western Canada League Games SASKATOON TAKES ANOTHER Brandon, June Pennybaker for askatoon shut out the locals here to ight by 5 to 0. He allowed only two ts, while Smith was touched u'i eely, and the locals could not secure he necessary hits. The features o' he game were Pennyhaker's clean and Reddick's high catch nd unassisted double. The score askatoon 020 1U2 .ndon............... 000 000 OF DISTRICT LEAGUE BASEBALL CLUBS Tiber Lethbridge Cardeton Slagrijth Raymond Won Ian P P -SCO .6CB. 2iO 2oO .000 DEACON HAS APPEALED TO COMMISSION Edmonton, June the decision of the league meeting which was recently held and at :whlch Ed- monton's protests were all thrown out, Deacon has little to say beyond the fact that he will appeal them to the National Commission. The meeting, it is alleged, was not representafivo, there being members from Moose Jaw, Saskatoon present. and Brandon only HILLHURSTS HERE DOMINION DAY Calgary.Cfack'Soccsr Team Will Try Conclusions With Team of Local Stars Calgary, June foot- ball team is going- to Lethbridge for Dominion Day.Up play'an all-star ag- gregation in the southern city. The Lethbridge will be-made Fri- day night, the train leaving at G.15 sharp. The team has been selected as follows: Goal, Boss; -backs, Melville and Stewart; half backs, A. Wakelyn, An- derson and McEwen; forwards. Bald- win, S. Wakelyn, Dyke, Johnston and Sellars. A. Wakelyn will be captain and t.hn hoys expect to return with the Leth- bridge scalps dnnglin.s.at their belts as trophies of Canada's -I4th hirthdav. SUMMER EXCURSIONS i "mi! i ilrfr JO 10 phro in EASTERN CANADA eitho M M n lor uis PI ncr li-lic'- Fort am! Owen fit 6 MAGNIFICENT STEAMSHIPS 5 nilint (ram Willlmn jvcrr Sun.l.iy. o-l cm il'O p ircli ro in I trip r' on 1 ckpl- tiotil Scplcmlwr 30, to all principal plorpa tin the PACIFIC COAST Rivin( you all opportunity to viail tlio world-renowned rosorta in T'anaitia Dani! FicM -illoned nt rl' polity No If tnpi nrtfiri to uc i II c ifr-ncr Men from the train SUmlarrl Dining on all anorcllin'nll tlio coniloiUi.ot hornt. For complflo intonmlimi. t.iien licksu npply to CANARIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY TICKET AGENT or write to Thnrjdjy, Friday and Satiird.y. at crcally reduced lares every dny R. G, McNEILLIE, PuiCDfer Calgary, AiWrti EVEN BREAK AT THE 'PEG Winnipeg, Jtme Jaw and Winnipeg broke even in a double- header played here Today. Very punk fielding was responsible for tbe visit- running away with ihe first game, D-5, while a home run drive by John Collins with the bases full in the third round decided the evening encounter for the lUaroons. In the afternoon tJie two star twirlers of each'team, John and Tom Collins, started in to do hatf tie against each other, but both were knocked out before the finish of the game. Glass .pitched shutout 'ball in the evening, errors being responsible Krueger is sick for the Robins1 n bed and may not play for a couple of weeks. The scores: First 120 014 0 3 000 10 9 Second Game 000 010 4 I 004 020' 7 4 ose Jaw Winnipeg Moose Jaw Winnipeg Th, callei RAIN AT EDMONTON Calgary-Edmonton game off.on account of rain. ONE-ARMED WONDER: Gossip of the Topics 8. PLAY LEAGUE GAME TONIGHT 0. :K. and the Ovcr- Bcas'fpotbail'tbams wlU'como ionfght at-tt.30 the Athletic'; Park. This Is the last sanio the S. O. K. teflin will play in the ,CUy Football Lfiagne, if their re- holds good. Tho executive of the league meets at tlte Dallas hotel to- night at nine o'clock, Games in the Big Leagues Oklahoma fight; fans are yelling1 their heads off over the postponment of the Morris-Flynii; battle, which 'was booked for July 4, and it's a cinch that the executive' of the Southern Commonwealth made few friends when he took such n stand on the boxing-'game. The change of attitude on he part of the governor is striking for it was not long ago that the Sapulpa and Tulsa promoters >vere assured that everything was all right and that twenty round contests would be permitted as long as they were conducted properly. With this assurance -from the chief executive of the state these promoters went ahead and constructed arenas and now they find themselves with these useless on their hands without the chance of earning over a dollar. Perhaps they .are not out any money, as they have had several good crowds since.'Morris began to fight but they will .feel the blow all the morn, as there was''so much easy money In sight as long as Morris continued to win The Flynn fight would have drawn an immense crowd, as Flynn is very popular throughout the Southern section. The fireman hag been training in City ard since victory over Kaufman lias had. a. big fol- lowing which was" willing to back him over the big Oklahoman. Mor- ris is just as popular as ever down in his home co.untry and this means that while the contest was not a championship affair, great local interest, at least would have been in evidence. Ad Wolgast and-Owen Moran will surely meet in the ring at San Fran- cisco on July California's governor gets cantankerous and both fighters are making preparations for thin great lightweight championship bat- tle. Little betting has been done as yet but the few small sums to show their faces have asked for ihe Moran camp and the cham- pion -will probably go to the ring as good at least as a 10 to 6 favorite. This does not mean that there -will be no Moran money in sight, for an Eastern syndicate is preparing, to the Briton rather'heavily and this syndicate will probably have little trouble all the money it cares to, as Frisco betters are ready to get behind the American with regular Western rolls of the green. This is 'going to be one of. the best lightweight fights of'recent ears unless the dope all goes wrong for while Wolgast is picked to win, it is certain that Moran will make him travel from gong. The Englishman is! clever and-is as game as they make so he will fight back just as long] as he has a punch left in him. Wolgast and Freddie Welsh have been matched to fight later in the sum mer, but this bout will not attract interest until the July 4 events are oui of the way. Previous to thls'Welsh Is" to face Matty Baldwin and should iVolgast lose to Moran or Welsh lose to" Baldwin, the Wolgast-Bald win affair will not be staged., Forfeits of have already been posted by the man igers of the men and it is said that a side bet will be made, but this opks like some amoup.t-i'or'the Knglishraan'to risk.on his chances. If Wol :ast beats Moran handily, Welsh waiild-hardly be accorded a chance with the champion, although this Briton is enough to make the champion step his fastest to win a decision in twenty rounds AMERICAN Washington .-..-..030 000 7 1 Philadelphia ..001 000 11 1 Gray and Henry; Plank, Martlno and Thomas..... Second Washington .200 211 fl 14 Philadelphia "125 000 18 Hughes, Sherry and Henry; Coombs and Lapp. eveland 020 030 6 13 4 Chicago....... 100 000 Falkenberg and Smith: Olmstead; Baker; Lange and Sullivan. Second" lleveland 300 100 9 1 ihicago 000 000 10 4 Mitchell and Smith; Scott, Baker, Lange and Payne. 000 000 4 3 St. Louis 200 000 6 3 and Stanage; Hamilton, Mitchell and Clarice. Boston vs New York, no game, wet grounds. New York Boston .and Kling. Philadelphia Brookjyn ___ NATIONAL i.. 000 001 7 0 000 000 .9 2 ,and Myers; Mattern 000 001 3 '001 000 7 Burns and Moran; Rucker and Bergen. St. Louis 000 042 10 2 Chicago 000 100 6 1 and Breanahan; Richie, Cole and Graham. At. Pittsburg (tie PiLtsburg 100 020 8 3 Cincinnati ..000 002 7 1 Lelfield and Simon; Caspar, Mcr Quillan, Keefe and Clarke. DISTRICT FOOTBALL MEETING The members of the ?ai] League, will meet at the Dallas Hotel on Monday evening at 8.30 sharp. Important business- will be discussed. a New York flClio despttfi thc-.Uct.tliai he has bu nn is OEK of I lie btai fiMeiei in ilit :p School II? non a vuiu ii( iiitort est by far ever held in the city. 'The >ri7.e list is very attractive and It is i.xpected that a large number of out- ide shots will be here to participate. R. Agnew this morning received letter from T. W. White represent-1 ng Uie Winchester Arms Co., at Ot- a, stating'that he'would be here- or the meet, and-stating also that 1. .Mackay of the Remington Arms Co.. f Illiqn, N. T., would accompany .him or the event. l REPLY TO "FAIR PLAY "LETTER EASTERN Toronto'-....... 000 .3 1 Baltimore 102 020 1 Mueller, 'Phelps; .Frock and Egan. Buffalo 000 100 7 1 Newark 100 000 6 3 Taylor and McAllister; C. Smith, Lee and McCarty. Rochester..... :500 000 18 2 Providence 002 000 3 10 4 Dessau and Jaeklitsch; Bedient, Mc- Leod and Peterson. Jersey; City 200 200 9 5 Montreal 301' 020 1 Kissinger and Butler Carroll and Roth. Second Montreal 200 000 6 0 Jersey City1.... 000 010 53 Burchell, piibur, nnd Curtla; tones and Tonneinan. Lethhridgc, June 28, I porting 'Editor, Lethbridge Herald: Dear think I muit 'air Play's report of 26th of he Calliefl VB S. O. E. match, in.which e accusei ''The Man for ne-sidedneBR and me for-unfairness, nd if Fair Play was a witness to the match I fall to see how he can attach be blame to me. He accusee, me of unniog after Pag? in .a ude; this is where he makes a great ake. I simply ran to ell him not to piaj that sort of game, several times he hacked at eels from -behind me, not with the' ntention of fighting, until he turned ound on me. order- d Page off first; then the rest of the; Callies appealed to him to order me off and ihe did so, he -would not have done so. He also me of causing the trouble In the Over- seas vs S. O. E. match. Does he think that I am to be half-skinned and of my ribs nearly broken, and for the same man ..to continually keep fouling me, and not take any notice. I won- der If Fair Play or any one eloe would. stand for such treatment; no white man, nor black, would either, and when Fair Play sees me playing the same game towards other plajcra hope he will come and tell mc it, for which I would, thank him, and fry and play, the, next game as he directs j. It is not. my Intention to go on field to play rough I go to play game, but it seems to to be some players' idea. I hare had thirteen seasons' experience, and I think I know a little about the game. Referee Tennant only referees one Bide; allows the other side to run at their pleasure and he seems to struck: down on me, what for I do not know, nd I doubt if .lie does either. Thank- Ing for this space m your able paper, I am, truly, W LOT, A Centre 0. B. Ate Unwisely? Sometimes people da, tom nlten dtmmtart at ttnt. and dlfMl I tUnp majr fwl qulw with a koi ef NA DR JOc a If your drufflat hu not imU Mwm I the overload Tin lever ol tat DRU CO Dripepila TaMea M kW 'II yout dniffM hu no! 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