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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta faare 6 THE LETIIBKIDOE DAILY HERALD Tucsrlay, September LABOR DAY SPORTS AT THE FAIR GROUNDS Large Program'of Events Run Off With Great Speed and There Were No Idle Sun Put Track in Good Condition After Morning Vaiied and Entertaining AHiUXliit it looicd very uke CO La'w Uay. sports up until coon the brigi.t and Hsat breeie dWtherr work reiuartably weli end by four o'clock the tracir at the lair grounds was in excellent shape tor the races and the programme was tarried out In its entirety. The .were scheduled to commence at 1.30, but al list lime the grounds un- jit for sports, so Mr. Harris, chair- iii'sn of the spo.-is committee decided 10 r.ait until the football gauie had been piayed off 'bsfive attempting to i, they deserve a srcat deal .The dash, saddle horse race, was by'Klnsey, of Raymond of credit lor the fine afternoon's en- tertainment, and although the crowd did ncl by any means Justify. th-} cali. with his Title Hitle bay Its rider last, and passlns the six ea Vre of Ihe programme, everyone pre Goln'was secondhand another sent was highly satisfied. Messrs. W. J. Ellas Adams ir.d Allc-n Jsct'acted as Judges. Al Morris official announcer, aua V. R. Gilaour off'.cial starter. The pres- erce of the City baud added greatly to lha attraction. A list of the aveats, with the win- ners and records The IM-yard dash was e race all the It was rim ia one heat, u-e tie track. So the crowd repaired! hra'afc twelve entries. Melville, ol the'e comraoa beside the eihlWtibn j KIMarst football finished first and in tit meantime JUeks'Vnd 'Kinsey, the Raymond beoied on to the drag ar.d harrowed the Vice course, giving the tin a'chaice lo do' it- By lte time everyone was ready, it was In iinu shape for the ioot races and tie "no'rie events, though, somewhat heavy for tie bicycle Owing to tie latenUs of the hour it was necessary to-iuu oft the' event's In a hurry, and there rat" not il slow micute from Ihe UmV they started. Each event was well filled and hotly-contested. Tie snccess of the horse races was due to a :arge eiSent to tha Tisit of the-Kef: horses, and local horsemen were Ehbwn.lhEt the} had something to compete against. Thay cleaned up all the prizes, and incidentally Kinsay's lar-fained bay saddle horse Neon a purse of fifty dollars side money. This horse ls only a common everyday con pony, and is about as good a rope .horse as there is in the country, bu certainly shows speed, children were given, all tie chance in the world to show ieiic- tendencies, and each event saw crowd of the" youngsters out after the ty a seed margin. sscOT11! place came veey nearly being a draw, but Sellers from Montana, won t7 a shade Best wick, of Lethbridge. taking third. The ime was 10 Hve staTted in the mile, OGO drop- ped out al the three-quarters, end with a strong finish, iicPeerson, trainer for the Overseas 11 2 Brooklyn............... 2 S 1 Sealou auJ KUIifer; Walter and Mil- ler. LETHBRIDGE TEAM BEATHIl-LHURST Notable Viclory Secured by Loca! Footkali Eleven Over' One of Calgary's Foremost Soccer Aggregations Yesterday Afler- noon at Exhibition 2 to I Cincinnati 5 6 1 Wltsburg............' J 11 2 Packard, Brown and Clarke: Kilos, dams "Heridrix, Hbbineoa And cms. St. Louts-Chicago: No game 6ched- ed. Norman finished third. The- time was ..25. Seven ElarUii in roe Melville, of Calcary, led from tie start, and Young, Ray- came in second, and Archer, of Lethbridge, third. Time, 25sec. There was a small showing in the baby show fir a city, Miss E. A. Scott beinj "awarded in'cbmpeti. tiou with ten others; Doris Fowler came second. Jilss ScoU is only Blue months' old, and weighs 251SJ. P. H Allen, goalkeeper for the football made a very- compe- tent judse. Tie track was somewhat heavy to the two mile bicycle race, bnt the three contestants all managed to in before supper. Spence "ffas first ot Klusey's tiird; the time being 5S. Against a-fleld ot ten, J: Gillies won the boys' IvO yards race in Jones the smallest shaver of the bunca', fin. ished "second, and Mcllrena third. The results of the other races an as follows: 75 yards girls' Hulton 1 Olive Williams, 2; Maggie Moore', 3 Time, High 1; Mc-llvea an DunsworUi tied for second. Height, realm ot soccer when the local defeated the cele. Calgary Hillhurel eieven on the pihiMUon campus by ths score of 2 to !.._ Fbr six "years LethSridse hae tried In vain to send a Calgary-team, tome defeated, and yesterday was the first In. that period that the feat has accomplished. It was clean-cut victory; that U to jar the local team won strictly on its iuperior merit and was not aided by luci in any ons ihstnnco the LettAridse played tha best jama and deserved to win- locals had tne ball in the energy's rilory at tie least two-thirds ot the period of hoBtlllties .and al- though Hewitt, the LcthVidse. goal tender was called upon to display fine ability as goal guardian oa sever al occasions, that was no indication .ttal Lelhhridge was up against a oet ter 'team for the visitors wero no often'found skiTmishiug on Latbbridj who Jn turn passed to Brenuau who li> a fast one'to Allen which the alter saved neatly, Tennant then kicked wide. Hlllhurst took Ihe bal d6wn and a wide kick gave tbem a comer and then il ,was put behind Hlilhuret again made it interesting for the local goal tender but Hewll was equal to the occasion. The pla went ii? and down a number of Hme the ball was pat out of bounds ani once near the goal Hull hurst secured on a throw-in, carrier the ball. over to the Lethbrldgc mouth, where Dlcitenson pounced up- on it, an4 banged it at Hewitt stopped the hall, but fell down in do ing It, and lion the Hillhirrst cectr player poXed it tbro-.'jh without trou ble and evened the scqr't. -Three mln utes. later the whlBtltf souj ed with Uie score standing 1 to 1. Second Half Mellvllle-made the first Interestih move In tba second half with a sic behind the goal. Both teams kicke over the jide-lines and then Park shot a. .beauty which jufit missed I) Half-mile pony nice 2; O.-'-Tinie. Kinsey, 2. ISO Yards Jlepfer son, Seaman- Fat man's race, 50 A: croft, Allen Jack. Time 6 3-5. Old man's Jl.-Harrls, .S. Young, Joe.Clarke. Pole Youns, height were of TRACK AND FIELD EVENTS f-. "Fcmie, Sept. The annual Labor Day relebrations ani oinclal tbi' new city park and race track from'the point of at- and program was an- ad- mirable success, but the weather .was rather disappointing and most ot ths events were, contested amiilst. S feet, 7'Inches.' REGATTA WAS A HUMMER Aquatic Club Sports Run Off With TKey Cams Out Tandem rowing, Boiler and F. Uorne, Miss M. Hu'flcr I lock ani and S. Home. J place. R. Crawford. Slier- Hi Jpath liid -lor second The Aquatic club regatta was ac- coried a lair share of public atten- tion yesterday afternoon. Tn fact, in consideration oi the hour the events were bi'lleJ to comj recnce, the crowd was.iarge. The first event was conteslf-1 shortly af- Ur 5 o'clock. It was'thought by -waitioj till Ibis time that the sports 'at .tbe lair 'grounds would be over tiose wishing to see both caaK so.'. However, thinff. didn't obtain according -to specifications. The sporis at the fair grounds didn't till later than expected and wtre r.ot concluded till en the. evening, i the regatta was one of the bt.H oi the season. The shortened course made the contests sharper and gave the people a better view, ol what was taking place and there was no tiir.i lost in funning oft the eienls, Not- withstanding ths quidsr.tss with .which the evenVs wfte run theie were a' had postponed hecauic ol the lateness ol the hour, and the cold was too great as tho shades came on. These de- ferred events will-he pulled ofi at the frfsl opportunity. points to establish, the wj.iner Cl the Uowman cup, and the gold medjls have nol yet been counted and will be.-tabulated until the re- races have been competed tor. The were f.ood to view and they consisted of the usual lir.e o: f ieotd' that hav; been seen at the laVe before lltis year. -THE RESULTS Following are the: results, in order H merit: Gunwale race-T- C. Rldpatb, R Cuwford.1 Tandtra. Bros., Bat- towman and UegaBSt. .Canoe, Intd arid Mrs. .CtAK lord, Mr. acd Mri. T. ,0. t'rab Crawford Uros., Khcc- and HidpatU. MODEL 1897 Repeating A Winchester Take-Down repeating shotgun with 2 strong shooting full choic barrel suitable for duck or trap shooting, and an extra interchange- able modified choke or cylinder bore barrel for field shooting lists at only The retail price ii less. This combination places practically two guns within reach of all sportsmen's pocketbooks. Winchester repeating shotguns are not only safe to shoot but sure to shoot. They are easjr to load or unload, easy to take down or put together, are well made and reliable in operation. That's why the U. S. Ordinance Board idcrssd them as being safe, sure, strong and simple, Over satisfied are using them. They are made in 12 and II gauges and till at from to SiOO.OO. IF YOU WILL TRY A WINCHESTER SHOTGUN IT WILL SURELY. PLEASE YOU 'pred'ated work.. The same started at 3 o'clock and Lethbridgo elected to kick to the north; There was no wind, advantage apparent; Lelhbiidge took the hall in Hillcrest precincts and tried'-and k'icied behind. Immediately after the tickvo'ff Lethbridse carried the-ball up tbe field and with both teams bunched together around the Hillhurst goal one through for Ivethqritlge, Just about three after the game commenced. Hlllhurs then, took the leather sptieriod for an Instant and Marples cleared a deadls looking shot for the looaU. 'Hlllhurs kicked behind and later Hewitt savet a shot from ouUide right. It was now the local's mm for the advantage of hut nothing slartllng Happened. The play was in the centre of the field for a period arid here HOlberton fouled ncbes and to .inauy it appeared hough a goal had been scored.. Let jridge kicked into a corner but it co them nothing. Less than five mi nil U nfter !he half began Brennan ascur and passed to Parker and Jordan wel supported shot.slick and clean- and found an opening which made tho score 2 to In the favor and OamM 280 I. Louis............... 1 6 0 C honey and Archer; and 'Ingo. Mton i 10 I ew.Vork.............. 2 10 3 Rudolph gnd Marquard' nd-.Meyera. lilladelphla Irooklyn JIayer and ililer. Cincinnati .....-2 7 0 Ylengling and Morgan, Johnson and KHng; Me-' Qulllan and Gibson. Second game: CJilcago............... I 3 St. Louis i 8 0 Pierce and Archer; and Hll- debrandt- Saturdiy Gail.iet Xew York 9, rhilsdolphla 0. Boiv ton 18, Brooklyn 0. Boston lyn 1. Pllteburs 3, Chicago 1. Cin- cinnati 7, St. 1. American Morrilng Garnet Sew York Boston t> 4 .6 12 Sweeny; Moteley and, Cady. WaaMnston 1 6 9: Philadelphia............ 1 7 0 BoelillnE, Mallli and Henry; Ben- der and Schang. Chicago............ 2 Cleveland................ e 10 1 Clcotte and Sohalk; James-and 0'- eilL Delfoit-St No garao sched- led. The celebration opened in- the iiioin- with a. lacrosse match-between ranbrqok and Fcrnie clean- ahd''lieenlf contested 'throughout. ernie .scored .five min- es ol'play, biit' bcfof'f .the .end ol he: quarter Cranbrobk'1ca" 5 to i the second the visitors.addrdan- her, but bv a couple of errors, in i, the'locals evened the score. Lethbr dgo Wcked a comer. remained unaltered In the third On the corner Wck Hlllburst got the nd lait period. Ten minutes' over- iall In front of the. goaVbut ime. was played, the-score remain- ig unchanged'. Fred Vance. game ended in to.3. Foinie defeated Hosraer decisively t Football. The scbre-'was 7 to 2. DAREBALI. TOUIiN'AMrlNT Fo'jr teams r.itcied in .the baseball .ouroaropct as follows.: Wardner, "crnie, Maclcod and Frank. In the morning Wardncr beat Frank 8 to 2. n the atterr.con, Macleod heit.Fcr- n'.e -3 to 0. In Ihe finals, Macleod won ron from Wacdner 8 to 5. TKACK AND FIELD RESULTS High jump-l, IJiechia, oj Cfan- brooli, S feet L inch 2, Smith'; 3, 100 Yards-Slaw, "Waldo II seconds; 3, Ilrechin StaHJing. Motorcycle, two milts I, Irndcrson, in Flying machine 1, Minion on an Indian. 220 25J 3 Brechin 3, Illinois. Yards-1, Staw, 57. ifcondi; 2, fell .in he crossed the tape; 3, Dnbois.. Duhois, 2, Fran 'ST, 'Cranbrook Indian." Harness rate, hall David ton, 2, Fletcher. Three-quarter mile Letch ei's Cyclone, 2, Fitter. Squaw Aenes 2, Isa- bel 3, Jennie. One mile liicjrln. Minton 2, firown. 100 Yards for miners lies, 11} iccoii'Is; 2, Wilson. Tony race, "Dol- 2, Mi.-.tcn's Relay race, nre and a third mile, three horses, one Fishtr, ol Michel; 2, John ol Waldo, One mi> horse Fisher 2, Minion's "Polly." TEXNIS Men's Mcllwalne, Cran brook, teat Matthews, of Hosmer, In the finals, 6-1, 6-1. Men's snd Mc- Kerwr of Cranhrnok, defeated Bourne and Manhood ol (Q the finals, fi-l, C-2. Teams entrrcd fnmi llrjsmer, Cran- Iroolc, Fcrnie and Michel. fierce opiiosition and weve unable to penetrato anfl flnlched the play with a trick behind. For Eve minutes bolh sides kicked over the side lines with great fre- quency. Wakelyn fouled and after the klckoff Lethbridge forced things around the Hlllhurst goal, and Allen bad to clear with much haste when a hot one came his way.Letbbridgo still pressed on and the play was go- ing well for tho locals when Parker was caught off-side. Tho advantage changed Io the enemy and they bore down on llowllt who saved anj then Lellibriilge committed a corner whlci: hoa-ever proved of no avail to Hill hurst, as Wylle WBB offside. Neil Mellvilla fouled and after Ihe kffk off Holberton shot ono babind. The play ilieroated from end to end and a good deal of clever work wss teen on the centre around the Calgary de- feflse then the ball took fliffbt Tip to Ihe'oihor end of Ihe field and Hewitt Made one of the best saven of tha game, going out to meet the charging Cilgaryian hands right off the toe of tbe would-be saving n Bore Count. Had Howitt missed there was Rolhing Io slop the IHHJrarBt roan from ncorinj a goa'. Hlllhuret c.imc right hack on this play and after that liillburat never had much of a look-In" Hillhurst with defeat staring in tie face commenced to Btep at a livelier pace and the game sparkled- with HintarBt stot many from Ion; ranse.-they were clever and tnie kicks but were, easy picking for Hewitt. JOrdan and Pelrie took, the ball down to tie Hlll- hurst. acd joined In a pretty piece of combination play by: Tennaut and Holbcrlon which bad the makings or a score but Lethbridge was discovered off-side sna the play went to naught. llllhurat torwarda then showed somo nice -corabiualion Blunts arid carriec the hall down to Ihe Lelhlritlse goal were met with a otonewall op position and couldn't make the grade Tbcn, tho was reversed and Letti took possession and Parker liere made himself prominent ar6unTewltt was forced to ex tend himself. Tile play for Ihe tea minutes Jor tho most part huag around, the centre of tho field, but In the dying 'moments the teams ex.- changed advantages with quick suc- cession, Hlllhurat taking Ihe ball up Afternoon Games it.'lxrals............... 574 Detroit 10 S 5' Levereni, Weiimsu and HcAli'lster; >HU9S, Stauage and McKaa. Second gama: Bt. boiile 180 Baumgardner and Alexander: CODI- and JtcKce.' Sew York 3.10 1 4.10 3 Collins, Hall. Ford arid Sweeny; and Carrlgan. Chicago................ J- 3 3 Clovelind............ 7 il I _Scott, While. I-athrope end Kuhn; Falliennurg and Cailsoli, WeshlngtOA............ Ptlladetphia...........'. Johnson and Itouck, nucb and Schanf. C H 3 8 P 1 Saturday Gamei New York 5. Philadelphia C. New York 6, Philadelphia 4. JVaBh.lngton Boston 1. Washlcgton 4, Boston 0. Dolrolt 8, Chicago 5. Cleveland 4p- St. Ixiuis 0, International 3, Baltimore 2, tbe Reid ana Lelhbrldge brlnjlng B Buffolo 0. RochMter S, back. The whistle blew the end will, 2 providence 8; Jeraey the ball in the enornj's tcrrllory sndj with tbe score 2 to 1 with the locale on lop. The line-up; Lethbridge: TIewitl. Banncrmaa and Marplei. Willets, Holberibn and Petrie, Jordan, Parker, Brennan and Tennant. Hillhurst: Allen. Mellvllle, Ander. son. HltchlngS and Judge, Wylle, Wnkelyn, DIckenson, Slewarl ar.d Hampton. THE POLO TOURNAMENT AT COWLEY TO BE BIG AFFAIR Cowley, Sept. Kvf-rybody Is ready the big Polo Tourn- asisnt Io be hell at Cowloy from Bept. 8 to 12, under the .auspices ot the Western- Canada Polo Association. Tho biggcsl games wll] he played on 10 and 12, Wednesday and Kri- day. On Iho evening ol Iho 10lh Rept. a grand ball II be zlven in Ihe new club A five piece or- chustra will supply the music and a good time U expected. 1'rizcg will be given the winners by his Honor Lbutenant Governor Ralyea, who oxpected will be In attendance throughout tbe City 2. 12, Nwark Buffalo 7, Toronto Hochcsler I. Montreal 3. Providence 5, Jersey, City Association St.' Paul B, Minneapolis 3. C'olum- bus JO, Toll-do 2. .Milwaukee 5, Kon- sas City 2. Indianapolis 3, Ixmtsvillo 2. Indianapolis 3, Louisville 2, Norfhwestcrn 3, Yaneourcr 1, Spokane VVIctorlt 2. .Tacoma 3, Seattle 2. 2, Portlatid C. Victoria 7, Spokane -4. Seattle 1, Tacoma 0. "The art ol conversation U dying out." "We, pf-rhaps, might Improve thlnjs." Western Canada Edmonton S, Calgary 2. Edmonton Calgary 2. 7; Mnose Jaw 2. Another of Old GlrlV" from the Vancouver Nnl Ooo.lwln has left for 'But wo don't'feel like exchanging i hla fifth honeymoon A onr epigrams lor other plall. of Ihe Goodwin Old Olrls woulij be au Advertiser" nltteslins; ;