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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIPGE MATtY nEltALD ALL THE LOCAL- AND WOHLP't FOREMOST EVENTS TAYLOR STOOD OFF MANAGOFF Handicap Wrestling Bout at the Morris Theatre Last Nfght a Fast and Furious Failed to Throw Local Man Tuck Taylor is coming to fame intone that is hard to break. It is a the same. Last night at the hold wbici, the novice usually ,uo- Morris TbKure. before a fan- crowd, cuml. to, but Taylor though, many ex LethbrldS, withstood the omliught of th-e demon MuMgort Tjj aj. minutes vvas in tor aulioiir and nrontbe match thc scissors dasp, but again cleverly agofl undertook to L "i' screwed out oi danger. Managoff then stunt in an hour, but bs tolled. "i applied a halt-nelsun without efiect, u> do this and lost oiu. u was a re-1 rr marUble itetory for Taylor, for the then a crucial toe hold from which .Armenian is a man of recosnized class Taylor escaped by throwing Mana- la calling, and although he j gott over his shoiilder. This act GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National Cubi Won and J'lttsburg, Sept. played Cor the last time hero this season to- day, winning the first game 5 to 2, and being shut out by PitUburg In the second. 1 to 0. Both games were snappy and sharply contested. Chi- cago won the first game lu seventh inning, scoring three runs oil a 'walk, a double and two singles. On- ly ouo Chicago player reached third base in the second game, and tueii in the ninth. Wagner singled in the second, stole thrrd on Miller's sacrifice and scored when singled. For any kind of rougli tho "days when thfe. wind blows cold or the sleet drives in your face your headgear'ought to be an EASTERN BRAND cap. And the way we make them you get so much style, such nice fit, such genuine comfort an EASTERN BRAND cap. Ordinary caps look just like ordinary caps, BUT- EASTERN "BRAND caps look, thoroughbred. i EASTERN not entitled to the same notice in mat lore J3 Frank Goieh and other top brought the crowd to its feet, cheer- ing Taylor. Taylor full of light went notchers the man that failed to throw jjanagoff, secured a half-nelson, last night is good second- j was'SOpn" broken. ManagoiT ira- rater to tlie world's champion. He has run up agiuiit iiem all: Gotch, Mali- mout Zbjsko, Roller, and the local may va-eil feel proud to score a victory against a man of Maiiagoffs standing. And Tsrlor is only a no- njcdiately secured a dangerous grasp of Taylor's heart which the local by a. tody throw and mule-kick plug- ged his way out. of. Taylor was call- ed upon to perform this stunt time At'the half-hour stage Managoff had no advantage to speak of. and had vice at the game, [and asain. That ibe Arffieniaa used all his HALF HOUR'S WRESTLING strength, knowledge and sfcill went withoQE question oy Uiose who saw tue mill, acd the man from Chicago j Dat hope of-throwing his man once in seems lo know wrestling from A to Z. required length oi time, and his He trsd evtTyihlHg on Taylor, but j contact called for him to tlirow avail. He had the local man j Taylor twire. Tavlor was thj u manr tight places, but none; so pink anrt could have nef "Tfema" C l