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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETWBRTBGE DAILY :HEKALD Tuesday, May Ifi, 10-11.' Spectators Got Good Run for Their at the K. of P. Hall Last Night All Roads Lead to Cowley May 24th; Big Killing in Sports Will be Made Si biiiiifeiS ._.- _ -fVT" T i 1 1 "itttb minute had just gone by-ed punches, which terminated in a Walsh Won in Lightweight andrhen surprised his near-knockout. Fedge quit ting after O O (em with a waist hold, lined him off setting a jolt on the jaw irom s 1 1 J.L Y77 "Li. teot nunmed his shoulders to iVlcUonald in the Welterweight Mcjthe raat. gaming the first fan. After a rest they faced each other Kenzie Lowered Rossiers' There with the Knockout Punch right. This Norman-McHendne was a bye for Norman, Mc- on to fill in. j a joke and no iven. a LIGHTWEIGHT CLASS FIRST WINNER DECISION ON Points K, O. Bye SEMI-FINALS K. 0. Bye FINAL K. 0.. and won again. Rossier apoeared rather an-j !Iendrie' merel-v S U somewhat and waaed in. He secured a decigiou was jhold which made friends hold their breath. They sure Munro-OMund their man would be pinned as Rossier j Munro got the popular decision over fhad the dangerous scissors and arm j his man. outpointing und showing gen- Taken before meals ex- cites the flow of the gastric juice; drunk after meals, it neutralizes the acidity of the stomach. H Howes Walsh Norman Walsh Howes J Walsh is a 1 LOSER class hands down his merits. McDonald Good The welterweight division Rossier had time to get. set the: another clever- student of the M. C. A. lad secured the waist hold! McDonald has evidently studied and down Rossier went. It game thoroughly and appears not to i was two out Supina Fedge Norman .--old and was pressing McKenzie slow-; eral superiority over his adversary. certam.y [o the wfcich meant a fall.j0hiinid was a favorite with the crowd I'lT was not to De however. McKenzie.; hiy manner and readi- the dangerous Tackle and mix U- The-v are Took Take C.C. PAGNUELO WINE SPI.RIT CO. Lethbridge, Alta class but Weatherby went oft for an exhibition bout. The Main Bout The big bout of the evening was be- McDonald-King Exception to Morrison's Decision and Forwith Proceeded to Revenge in the Usual Way U.-MJO both UULU Walsh Howes WELTER-WEIGHT FIRST BOUT WtNNCR DECISION ON LOSER Munroe Points Oklund McDonald Points King Creigan Points Holiday SEMI-FINALS i r JT. _ w -r -HC li> ti lilllix V f J i his opponent is stalky. of three falls and Me- Wllded in the starr ;ind it i be lacking in experience. He is was declared the winner. I soon apparent that McDona'd would, rangy lad and has a reach that Bob; Prrtc i emerge the winner which he did i crowd showed their approval. JFftzsimmons would be envious of. He! 1 prances around the ring like a kan-l Pros. Didn't Get i ogether The exhibition bout scheduled Edmonton, May 15T Before tho the umpire called'the-game with largest crowd of thc i two men out., and McDonald in the! Calaarv-Eclmonton Bv next e'ter semi-final. Both went to 'tvi nno game vestenlav alternoon was declar- 'kdmonton................ (Jilt? dil" f cci a 3 to 3 tic by I'm pin- Morrison. Calgary............... 1 Never-has Edmonton seen such an ex- Onei citing game and never before did l.'m- w.! other from right to left unflinchingly. It. was a bout of stout hearts and the on points. This was the second bout for sfart, somsthing and the pire .Mon.ison have such" an'interest- to! welter weight class. King made such was perfectly willing; to stick. -McDou- Creigen a Bye Creigen had a bye and Ohlund put McDonald Creigan McDonald Munroe Creigen WELTER-WEIGHT WRESTLING BOUT McKenzie versus Rossier McKenzie First Fall 9 min. McKenzie 2nd Fall 1 3-4 min. garoo but is there with the place between Roy George pleasing showing that a nevertheless., and it may -be said Burns didn't come off. Burns was awarded him. style of 'boxing was about the most indisposed. George's smiling counten-j Creigen-Holiday I tree and perfect after the accepted was exhibited before the spec-j The ihird bout of the welterweights style of what is considered correct, of Gators by the way of a ring introduc-i between Creigen and Holiday was an exhibition with him to any who appeared in the ring last turn. jtame affair. Neither hit to any ex-! matters. No decision given, night. The Opening Bout j tent though they worked their arms' .McDonald won out in his division, j The opening bout of the evening was i Creigen the The decision of the judges in his semi-J between and Kid Howes, final bout with Munroe was not out pointed his opponent eas- j Norman-Walsh proved of'by the spectators and there j The next bout was a welterweight was a how! of displeasure heard. At' Walsh-Podge j semi-final between Norman and Walsh. least a draw was expected and there! This bout started in whirlwind style :Walstl Put Norman through the ropes Wu'h a crowci ot hve special ald thc decision on points. There I in" half homv a was very little to establish the ver- hundred, people at-his heels hooting threatening hinr.bodily harm, he escorted from, the grounds by the police to the hotel. My sympathy The crowning feature of a spectators miss but which do notj tournament is the fact that the aud-1 escape the watchful eyes of the judges, j ience is sure of getting a fair run fori'l'he leads count for a lot and McDon-j their admission fee. The boxing tour-laid had Munroe clearly outpointed! oainent in the K. of P. hall under the j here. McDonald was a two-handed i auspices of the Lethbridge Athletic i mixer all the way. while Munroe de-i Association last night furnished suffi-jpended principally upon his left. Jlun-i cient interest to satisfy all present has great strength and when in a! and the hall was fairly well filled. j corner was always prepared to bore in! It was the first tournament of its land force his opponent back. McDon-5 kind ever held here and may go on laid showed a decided weakness when the records -as a success. There was'driven to the ropes; Munroe usually not an abundance of class shown in ihej had it over him on these occasions. use of the mitts, and the majority of j McDonald, apparently, knows nothing contestants -bore the ear-marks of; of ducking and getting away. Withj no-vices as scientific boxers, but incy; this acquirement he would have saved tvere all willing and were never back-j himself a lot of punishment, last night. ward in mixing up to'the delight ofl Wrestler McKenzie Won the crowd, who applauded the boxers The wrestling bout between Rossier in good natured manner on every j and 4McKen2ie-..fesuited in a win for occasion. There was jitrle blood spilt., I McKenzie. in forcing tnough a couple of.the boys -got their j nis man to the mat twice in less than coses in the way of the enemy's glove eleven minutes. is little doubt but what the majbritx- and brought out lots of applause. or tnose present looked for Munroe i Walsh took a hard one in the face and to carry the bou-t. However, such d is-If or that his opponent was on the re-j !appointments as these always occur atjceivihg end of a volley of well direct-! i tournaments. There are a lot of points i __ body punch and the latter tiled to come back for more. Howes a Bye Howes got a bye in the light weight {at bug punching while Creigen rested up for the final with McDonald. Creigen-McDcnaid McDonald had a walk-over in the final of the welterweight class. Crei- even i is jjie jmpire, who was treat cd with an absolute lack of respert occasions was cheered in j his decisions. HOW IT ALL BEGAN Games m the ,eagues The real doings occurred in the ninth inning-. With the score 3 to 1 gen never landed a blow in the first in Calgary's favor and Edmonton at two rounds, while McDonald hit him; bat. It happened this way: Lussi at will throughout the bout. leading off, hit to Morgan.'but Pete Howes-Walsh -Stanrlridgc- on a fine play covered In the lightweight final Walsh lay-! first and Lussi was out. Brennan then ed over a haymaker after one minute slammeti out a three-bagger and of the first round, had sped by. It was i :hit with a fast, la classy bout as far as it went. Howes' 'seemed ac good as his opponent in every department but Walsh has 'a mysterious punch laid away for ser- occasions and he used it on i Howes with good effect. Walsh land- 'ed on Howes' ear, Howes going to his knees. He recovered only to receive a terrific right on the jaw going down .AMERICAN' At RHE j-ttoston 7 1 j Cdvington and Stanage: Wood and INunamaker. .At St. RHE Sf- Louis 10 0 Washington 8 2 Sherry, and with the inevitable result. -The two matched and at There was a knockout kid in the; the' first couple of turns on the mat bunch, who >is gifted with a terrific it he audience knew they were witness- kick .in his right arm one of those ling a tussle of determined spirits. mesmerizing, dream producing kind There was of time; the an- which invariabl mean the count toitagpsists went .right at it. For the The town of Cowley promises to eclipse itself in its endeavors to provide a sports day, worthy of the name of Victoria Day. Polo matches, horse racing, baseball, football matches, stallion parade and a crand race bal! in the even- ing, are some of the events to be included in this big day's cele- bration. The residents are making spe- cial provisions to entertain a large crowd, and promise to leave no stone unturned to make it a" tne one that meets it. Walsh is scored anything! success. New stands, re name., of the .individual carries Jon-.the other and they were going .at frris hayTinaker. and no less than threej-it 'hammer and tongs, .exchanging! Ms adversaries went down before noids i-repeatecTly, 'using aToout every-1 jtning. in the wrestling category. freshment booths, etc., are being provided and there will be no lack of -accommodation. One of the chief features will be Lethbridge, Tuesday. May 16. 1911. the football tournament for the celebrated Cowley Cup, and the 'Sons of England F. C. are' going from this city with the firm de- termination of, bringing it back. will be a brass band ac- companying them from Lethbridge and judging from the promises of their supporters, there will be a huge crowd of Lethbridge root- ers. The polo tournament is al- ways an .interesting item in a sports program, and the teams competing in this one. are not by any means, secondary. A special train will leave Leth- bridge at 8 a.m. and will stop .at all stations en route. The fare from Lethbridge for the round trip will be Powell and Stephens; Henry. At R H R Chicago........ S 0 Philadelphia ___ 2? Olmstead and Sullivan; Coombs and Lapp. At E one. Slight went to bat for Sorenson 'Cleveland 12 2 hit one to O'Brien, who fielded New York 9 1. it- nicely, bin Morgan dropped the Blanding and Fisher; Ford and j throw and Brennan scored on the er- i Sweeney. ror. The score now stood 3-2. Pete then passed Mills intentionally, filling, the bases. Mackin then hit a nice j bingle, scoring and Slight. Whitman in scoring interfered with Manager Matt and Morrison called him out for interference. The crowd NATIONAL 06l.31R.22x 21 21 4 Cincinnati 5 Humphries and Gaspie, Me-' Quillan shei-iber and McLean and aeveroid. Brooklyn _ H E for the count. The wrestling bout concluded the program. Mayor Adams There Mayor Adams, Aldermen Goode, j went wild and crowned upon the field'Brooklyn f> 3 AshcroftandFrayne were present, the ready anything to His L'rnps'Chicago .5 1 but they lacked a leader. In the! Richer. Ragon and Bergen: Irwin, the Ertnion-U-teulbach. Brown and Archer, were there to see that the! also. crossed [At Boston- R H E bouts were carried on according to the plate. According to the rule when T' l2 n Hoyle but they had nothing to do in; a base-runner interferes with the tsbarg 12 13 3 rhpir nffiriai PMof piiioc i u n -L. i i i. i i Mattern, Parson? and Rariden; Cam- tneir oriiciai capaciu. oniet umes- catcher ?11 the men behind him should1 pis wiih C. Berarmar officiated as iude- i- >r ;nlt7-' -Mgle. rerry and bimon. f. I, J return to their bases. 1 moire Morn-i es and in their hands the decision rest- i RHE ed. Mr. Bergman gave a clever exhi- son lhc Same -tantl announced :New York 12 1 bition of .bag punching which the the score to he 3. to 3. Both Manager ;St< LOUJS 6 11 1 fans appreciated. Stanley and Deacon White are filing j Brucke and flyers: Wilson, Golden, a protest on the game. The Edtr.on- ;Zemich and Bresnahan. latter acting as master of ceremon- j I mix-un, it is hv Chier Gillespie and a couple of his1 i ton scorers, that Mills also crossed Prizes Gentlemen's dressing companiors given as prizes .for the r.vo firsts in the boxing competitions and gold cuff links for second men. George McKenzie received a gold watch fob for his win over Rossier. ton protest is on the grounds that POOL SHARP RUNS DOWN 34 BALLS 'Henning, the pool expert from Spo- jKane, took on R. Ferguson at a match [game at Wallace's billiard parlors last night and trimmed him up handily toj the- baseball season in Saskatoon ATOON TOOK MEASURE Saskatoon,, May an eleven innings game here this after- noon, the occasion of the opening of MOOSE JAW LOST EASTERN RHE Newark........ 6 0 Toronto 14 2 Johnson, Jenkins and Lee'and Cady; Tessau and Kerher. At RHE providence 1 Moose Jaw. Sask., May sea- inuffalo......... 6 0 son opened here with the usual f or-j Doyle and M. Fitzgerald: Pierce and raalities, but'-the bri-ht day turned cull iMaiarkey: Beck'endorf and L. W. Fitz- arid cool in the evening. Collins ed pitching and "fanned Donovan, but j retired in the middle of the inning, giv- _K H .b ing to McQuarrie, the new b.eav- 8 9. er. Winnipeg got away'to a good start, getting t'A'O men over the plate in the i.: 7 4 Dygert and Vickers; Egan and By- jthe tune of 1-5 to run was 34, 'but Henning's high says that the A SHAPELY CIGAR MEANS COMFORT IN SMOKING Did you ever smoke a cignr that felt-as though you had the handle of a hay-fork in your stretched' your jiv.vs till the mus- cles were in clanger of permanent dislocation'? If you have, you will know what I-mean when I refer to rhe shape of a cigar as being one of the points which determine the difference between a good and a bad cigar. Of course, a cigar, like a man. cannot travel on its shnpe alono. It must have other Dualities of excellence. Its aroma must bo perfect, it must, draw well awl smoke evenly, and the flavor must be true through out the whole smoke. Butjots of cigars have these qualities which are yet an unsatisfac- torv smoke. Berry Pickers nosed out a victory from jned, Dor.riovan; singled and then alter a game which belong-i lor a home run over rhe ed to any one from the tirr.e first ball was the last man out; The opening made the oc- casion of an interesting little cere- first inning. In the second Hay fan- ers; Holmes, Dessau and Jack-litch. Jersey City-Montreal game at Mont- real postponed on account of rain. jlor a home run over rhe fence the in left field and chased Donovan homfc, and nor. to be beaten, after Knieger died at first, Vandine another tables were rather slow on account of the damp weather. This afternoon he Splays -Mate Mofiat, and this evening I O "tit V Jit, I Jar. RJO will stack up against the in v-hich rhorx i- <-4ivic ail UUM5, gut. snusics. iigeviJi lit Li's