Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday. September ii, HU2 ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST F.VENT1 Bayley Completely Outclassed Allen Ottawa Boy Never Had a Look-in With Victoria Scrapper-Two Clergyman Among the Spectators Calgary, Sept. Bay ley is now tho undoubted lightweight cham- pion of Canada and at noon today he scored a knockout over Billy Allen. uf Ottawa, from whom he won the. title at Bassano in June and who to- day had his chance again at the title. Two vicious- right swings to tie stomach turned the trick in the third round and Billy Alien went down, first to his knees and then to his fcack. He was beaten. A! Green- his second, realized this and jumped into the ring. Technically, .tks ended the bout, so Tomuy Bums nof- count him but, but there was noJchaRce for Allen to get up and contijGiie. ETCH after his seconds had raised him, Billy seemed-badly dazed but m 3 couple of minutes he was lating Barley. Allen did not put up the fight tliat be did at Bassano in the last battle agaiusi Bayley, but the little Vie- Torian champion fought like a demon, atut. there was no time during ihe three rounds that Allen seemed to hare a chance. The large crarcsi at the arena show- ed the popularity of the boxers, aad the decision announced the fans fairly ive-at wild. It was plain- ly seen that Bayley was favorite, but great deal of respect -was for tie .el-champion and Ottawa bor. Bayiey can now claim the champion- ship, and there can be no dispute, :or the "woa entirely on the iserits of the western boy. Bayley raised on the shoulders of his ad- mirers and carried from the rins to the dressing room. He showed that he the proudest-boy in the city. Tommy Burns acted an reieiee, and his work was favorable. Very few expected the bout to be so short, but the hard blows administered by Bar- ley in the second seemed to wear Al- len down, and wben he took his seat ia the comer before the third and last round it was plainly seen that he suffering. He started into the third round, however, hard, but soon Barley landed the taps that fee was alter, and it proved Allen's fate. Al- len showed that be was came to the core, but there is little doubt but that be usel a better man when he ran up against Bayley. The doors of the arena were open- ed at 9.30 o'clock and the crowd started in with a rush, the bleachers filling quickly. The sun came out, giving those in upper seats a fins viev of the Rockies- The moving pic- ture machines were installed on tbe south side of the ring. The spectat- ors had considerable trouble in get- ting to tbe grounds, although there were six special street cara in opera- tion. Automobiles commanded practical- ly any price the drivers wished to charge, even then hundreds were un- able to get to the grounds. At 11 o'clock, when the attendance about Burns en- tered the ring and requested that good order be preserved. Kid Bnyd. of Los Angeles, and Jack Tyidsley, of Edmonton, were introduced as tlie principals in the first preliminary- They were featherweights. Tommy Burns announced that he would icf- erce all contests himself And the De- cision would be given according to Marquis of Queeiisbury rules. In the crowd two clergymen iu uni- form were noticed and many rftht fans from every part of the Tbe mounted police gave strict cr- ders that there was to be ntt belling" and stated that they would urrest anyone who violated their Round sparred. Bayley hooked to the head, and Allen led with the right. Bayley put two rights to the kidneys. Alien swung a right to the head. Al- len rushed oa Bayley with a stiff right and Bayley met him with a right to the body. They clinched. Bayley got two rights to the face, one being blocked. AHen rushed with three left swings, Bayley jabbed a right to the face. Allen put a left to the body, and Bayley missed a right swing. Al- len led right and left swings, but they were blocked. Joe put a swift right to tie body, and the bell rang. It was Bayley's round by a shatle. Round Two Alien covered, while Bayley tried to get under his guard, and got three rights to the body. Allen uncovered Trith to the face, and shot ever a right nppercut. Allen swung two rights to tbe shoulder, and Bayley gave him right to the stomach, as he mshed. They exchanged rights and lefts to the face, and 'Bayley mlse- ed an uppercut, Bayley was warned for not breaking clean. Alten swung right and left to the head and another left to the face. In close, Bayley put a right to the stomach and again to the face, and they traded short jabs. Bayley "was. again warned for not step- pine; hack In the' break. This was Bayley's round by a shade. Round I'hree After this round Allen seemed to be siiafeen. up, and did not show the speed that be had at Bassano. There was some ineffectual infight- ing, and Allen gave right and left swings to the head, Bayley ramming right to the stomach. Bayley was playing for Allen's bcdy, and rushed nim to the ropes, Billy returning sev- eral lefts to the face. They traded straight rights and Allen swung two lefts and an uppsrcut tc the face. They infight and Bayley sent in two hard rights. In close Bayley puts rwo hard rights to the body. Alren drops to his knees and then to his back, and is counted out. Fight over. KILBANE WON Xew York, Sept. Kil- bane, of Cleveland, holder of the fea- therweight title, easily outpointed Johnnv Dundee in a ten-round bout here tonight. Dundee rushed itorn the start but was met unvaryingly with left jabs to the face that ren- derR.1 his efforts futile- At no time did Dundee have an advantage while Kilbane apparently did not at any time extend himself, easily outpoint- ing his opponent. Abe Attell was in- troduced at the ringside and issued a chalicngr trie winner. NO GAME Then will be no Wright Chirlty Shield game tonight between the OvcrMie >nd the Calllee on ac- count of the bad weather. Thlt wa> the official announcement a'v- en out to the Herald thi> morning. GOINGTO BATTLE AGAIN Managoff and Taylor to Wrestle to a Finish-An Answer to Ellison Jack Taylor announced to the Herald last night that he had been retained to appear against Bob Managot, for'a finish bout, two out o fthrea falls, at the Morrlt theatre next Wednesday evening. "I recognize what 1 will be up against when 1 tackle Managoff in this way and 1 credit him, with ability equal -to his reputation every bit, but at that I.think that I have more staying power "than he has and all kinds of confidence that I can beat laid Taylor. Managoff called at the Herald office this morning flashing a check for which he is ready to bet that he can beat Taylor. In regard to the challenge that appeared In Herald day from Jack Ellison, who has a protege whom he anxious to up against Taylor, the local man had the to say: "Let Ellison post his money, any- thing from 5100 to and I will be ready to cover it and meet his man Bermotz at any time or place. Monev Toronto Polo Team Met Its First Defeat Toronto, Sept. Toronto Hunt Club today met tneir first re- verse Of the polo tournament, when they were defeated by the Back Riv- er Club of Montreal in a very fast game by a score of 4 to 2. The Hunt Club played two first team men, while -Montreal played only their second team. In the first chtikka. Montreal scor- ed on a nice shot of F. N. Beardmore. Toronto evened up in the second, when Case put the tall be-Ween the posts. N'o more scoring was done in the third or fourth, chukka's count re- maining one-all at half time. In the sixth, Case put the locals in the lead but one by "Watson and another by Beardmore in the seventh gave the visitors a lead of one. In the final period. McLennan added another tall; to his team's list, leaving the count at the finish. Montreal 5, Toronto 2. THERE was a bright lad in a rush With both of his shoes yet to brushl In a minute of time POLO fixed up his And it stayed bright right through the slush. BRITAIN AGAIN EXPLAINS WHY Its Athletes Fared So Badly at Olympic Games London, Sopt. failure of Great iJritaiu to secure better re- sults at the Olympic games at SloeU- hotm is explained today in the report oi the British Olympic commit ten which says: "It was not meru spe- lization which eiuibletl Sweden ami tiro United States to do bettor than the IJritish Empire. The only win- ner of three gold medals eamo frnm Kinhuid. The I'eutlialon and the cathlon were won by an American who showed quite extraordinary all- round ability. Sweden won all the points in the modern Penthalon and obtained more points than any other nation in the whole n[ the games by sedulously cultivating, every form ut physical ability possessed by her in- habitants, and her strength and ca- pacity as a nation have been uaor- mously increased in the process." The lack Of serious interest in the ;ames on the part of the British pub- lic is declared by the public to have greatly affected the enthusiasm of the British competitors. Owing to want of funds these also were de- prived of for training under trainers acquainted with the best scientific methods. It rests with the British public, says the report, whether this state of things shall be remedied in the future. The Standings National New York...... Chicago....... Pittsburg...... Philadelphia Cincinnati...... St. Louis Brooklyn....... W. L. Pet 85 3S .601 SO 46 .6-10 73 53 .879 62 01 .504 03 (ili .454 55 72 .433 45 7S .366 3S S7 .304 American Boston...... Washington Philadelphia Chicago..... Detroit p...... Cleveland New York St. Louis..... 90 37 .709 78 51 ".005 74 52 .557 (13 62 .501 3S 71 .450 55 71 .437 SO .365 43 S3 .341 International Toronto...... Rochester..... Baltimore Newark...... Montreal..... Jersey City Buffalo........ Providence 32 55 .599 7S 57 .575 09 66 .511 67 66 .504 65 73 .471 03 74 .4GO 60 71 .453 56 7S .418 Northwestern Spokane Seattle........ Vancouver Portland...... Victoria Tacoma........ GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National New York Took 1'lUladolplila, (Sept. York and Philadelphia broke even here this morning In tho first of threo success- ive double-headors to bo played be- tween tho homo team am! the tilantsl The visitors hmded the lirst game by to 2 and tho homo team tho second by 4 to 2. In tho first New York won by bunching live singles and a double off Jlooro's delivery In tho second and fifth innings, while Tcsrean kept hia opponents' hits scattered. In tho second Chalmers returned to the game after a long lay-off mill did excellent work. Muruuard was hit for a double by Paakert, two sac- rifices, a single by Luderua and a hom- er by WnlBli in the llrst Inning. These- runs decided the same, but Eevore contributed after two were out la the sixth. Cubs Tally Down Chicago, Sept. homo run drive won today's game for Pitts- burg, 5 to 2, and Incidentally widened the margin between Chicago and New York to six full games lu the pennant race. Chicago took a two run lead in the sixth. Zimmerman singled and Leach walked. Saver fanned and Evcrs singled too hot for Wagner, and Zim- merman scored. Needham then stagled, filling the bases. O'TooW made a wild pitch and Loach scored. O'Toole retired after this innings and Robinson held the locate safe. The visitors made one run on Mil- ler's double, an infield hit, which Zim- merman let pass down the third base line thinki-ng it would roll foul. On rj double play Miller scored. After one was out in the eighth Carey singled, Donlin popped out and Wagner pur- posely walked. Miller then singled and Carey scored. With two men on bases Wilson hit the ball over the field fence -for a homer, scoring both runnels ahead of him. St. Louis Beat Reds Cincinnati. Sept. Louis won the final game the series from Cin- cinnati here today by a score of 3 to 0. Sallee was in eKCellent form and was effective with men on bases. Ma- see, mowrey and Brestmhnn hatted well. American Killing Washington's Hopes Boston, Sept. came to town today declaring it was still possible for them to win the pen- nant, but they lost to the locals by a score of 0 to 2, the opening game of a series which will have an important effect upon their chances. Manager Griffith, sent a relay of four young pitchers against Boston, but with pool' results. Collins for Boston was in fine form and received, good support from Gardner and Yerkes. The locals clinched the game ra the second Inning when they piled up four runs. Two passes among four hits assisfffl in the scoring. Gallia, who succeeded Engle. was also wildl Musser, who followed was both wiW and ineffective, Boston scoring two runs off him and Herring who finish- ed showed little form. Gandil knocked in both of the Wash- ington runs with a triple and a single. .565 .554 .3461 .47-1 .458 50 S3 .403 65 63 SHOE POLISH TT TAKES less than a minute to pub on a few daubs, .1 quick rub and there's your over, if Polo finally become dulled, an eaay brushing will bring back nU its gloss Ask your grocer or shoewan for polish ia the big or tnn. Tho both cleans ami nniiehrr. ;2 "Good for Leather- Stands the Weather19 Polo just shine? More- England Yacht Club Lifted Harmsworth Trophy Huntington, X. Y., Sept. Royal Motor Yacht Club of England today lifted the Harmsworth.trophy. In the most spectacular race since the Americans brought the trophy across the Atlantic five years ago, the British built Maple Leaf IV, won the deciding race oi the scries on Huntington Bay this afternoon. She covered the thirty-mile course in 47 minutes, 4'fl seconds, defeating the only American entry, then run-! Baby Reliance III., hy 1 iiiui-j ute and five seconds. Another of the! American defenders, the 32 foot An-! mile for 25 miles, when in of the goal the propeller snapped ofi. The remaining pair furnished an ex- citing race but -American hopes were severely set back by the Ankle Deep's mishap and when the Maple Leaf finally scored her triumph, the second in successive days, it was a stunning blow to the American en- thusiasts. Sportsmanship asserted itself, however, and the British Vic- tor, her crew and owner, E, Mac Kay Kdgar, were given a lusty ovaUnn by those aboard countless yachts, assem- bled near tliu noiih. Association Minneapolis........ 55 Columbus.......... 91 oi Toledo............ Sfi 6; Kansas City........ 7-1 7i Milwaukee.......... 70 7i St. Paul............ 8( Louisville.......... 55 93 Indianapolis........ 51 S7 .G49 .612 .581 .503 .480 .463 .345 ENGLISH_FOOTBALL j London, Sept. 5. League games played today resulted as follows First 2, Oldbam Athletic 0 West Bromwich Albion I 2, Mtddlcshorough 0. Second Division Bristol City 0, Bradford 0. Southern League Brighton and Hove 2, Portsmouth 0 Southampton 2, Northampton 2. Ml SMOKE' Alberta Panetila They are Rood because we make, them good. Made in Lethbrldge by DICKER WHEATCROFT Manufacturers Ave, S. Phone 1759 Tigers Cleaned them up Chicago, Sept. won a one- sided contest from Chicago today, 12 to 4. it being the final appearance of the Tigers here this season. The vis- itors knocked ouT Scoit in the fourth inning after making hits for a total of 14 runs. Douglass, a recruit froirj. Des Moines, finished the game and was hit for eight safeties seven runs. Manager Callahan tonight re- leased recmit first baseman McLarry, secured from Austin, Texas, to the Lincoln Club, of the Western League. The Poor Athletics New York, Sept. York hit Coombs hard today, and 'won easily by ihe score of 6 to'l. Daniels broke up the game in the sixth when he tripled with three on bases. Chas-e's hitting, a wonderful stop by Barry, and a great catch by Lolivelt were the features. Lelivelt robbed Baker of a homo run in the eighth, with two on bases, when he jumped into the air and pulled down Baker's with one hand. International Rochester Lost Rochester, Sept. to hit Smith, combined with errors by Hustlers, lost today's gunie to Mon- treal by a score of five to nothing. Baltimore Won Two Baltimore, Sept. won Lwo cames from Jersey City today ncsidcs being ineffective, Manser was also unsteady, and his free passes and wild pitch proved costly. The second game was a pitchers' duel, between Roth and Vlebahn, In the latter came out best. CLASS TO WOLGAST McFARLAND BOUT Fight Will Bring Best Small Fighters of Present Day A championship carnival for Cloth- am this cowing seuHon if cortnln pliuis of loading promoters do not miscarry. A regular flbtlc festival with champions In itU classen of pro- fessional pugilism purticlpntlng except the heavy weighU, Manager Wily Gibson of the Garden trekked, westward; and heavdiuji Ad Wolgast and Pacltey .MeFarlnnd on their homo grounds, clinched for hia d'U> the long-promised mooting be- tween those celebrated of lightweight pugilism. September '21 is the date selected for Ad and Pnckay to mingle. Johnny Kllbano lmn been mirsimdod to visit New York somu time next month, when ho.'ll give Johnny Dundee the chance lonjj hankered for. The day and date for this racket have not yet been assigned, Johnny Co u I on Will Box Eh'en the very UUIe fellows have not been alighted in arranging the plans for the boxing carnival, Jolnmy Coulou has promised to -box hero whenever the promoters Jiiul him an opponent and come through with the "sugar." Johnny is only a little fel- low, but 1ms big ideas when it comes to appraising his services. Kid Will- iams, the. Baltimore whirlwind, who has been trimming all the'little fel- lows around here, may be the first to tackle the Chicago fighter. Will- iams is the coming bantam champion, so iho wiseacres predict. He knocked out Young Solsberg recently, some- thing Coulon could not accomplish. All of which added to the intense rivalry existing; between the two big local clubs, and the prospects lhat several new organizations will enter the field this fall assure Yorkers an abundance of high-class fistic en- tertainment for some time to come. If It is found necessary the foreign fields will 'be invaded and the best talent imported. Wil Be Classy Bout. As a purely sporting proposition the Me Far land-Wolgast mill Is the class, Ad Wolgast will draw something like for boxing Packey McFarland; also a slice of the picture money. The Garden magnates had to come through iberally. Manager Gibson had dreams of losing prestige as Gotham's lea-d- ing matchmaker, so he took the limit. off and bet them high. Ad has the worst of the bargain in the matter of weight. The article; say the boys 'must hop on the scale at aEturnopn, the weight at that hour to be 135 pounds. Pretty soft for Packey. The champion is a legit! mate 133-pouud'er. In fact, he can do a couple less and still be good, and it would appear that in this match he has handicapped himself a bit. Me- Farlcnd should weigh around J3S at post time, and he's a bear when not trained down too flue. But that 500 la a lot of money for 30 minutes' 'work and Ad is -willing to take the worst of the weight to get his rnitts on that big bundle. May Cause Trouble With Manager It may be the match will cause a split in the relations .existing between Wolgast and Manager Tom Jon-es. It is said Jones objected strenuously, as he helieves the champion needs more time to recuperate from th-a ill effects of that appendicitis operation and the and wear and tear of training for the Rivers bout. Ad's work In the Rivers engagement did not overptease his admirers, and Jones holds the view that if the champion could do no better than win a questionable vic- tory over the Mexican, a youth of comparative inexperience, it is absurd to hope for a decent showing in a limited bout with the Wizard Packey. Ad. though, entertains a-different opin- ion, .and believes he can 'beat McFar- land under any old conditions. He is ii kid, anyway, and then it would be little short of criminal to pass up that.S22.oOO. MARKETS UETHBRIDOE MARKETS No. 1 Northern No. 2 No. Northern No. -I Northern No. 5 No. 1 Alberln Uocl No. 3 Alhortu No. y Alberta Red No. -I Alberta No. 0 AlberUi Red lirun, per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, nor ton, ancli Hailed Oala Potatoes, per I Boots, per Ib. Carrots, Ib per Ih Onions, per Ib Butter and Dairy butler Oiwamery fresh .J0.79 0.70 0.73 O.IW 0.-I8 O.'i ti 0.73 O.OIl 0.-18 21.00 23.00 26.00 '37.00 i ..o.oi 0.02 0.02 o.oi 0.3 Vi 0.20 0.80 0.30 THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, inorkot was strong and active ul the opening but.'was.wanker at. the close, n condi- tion also In evidence at American points. Receipts are light, but Include a fair proportion of Alberta Red win- ter, which is quoted at satisfactory prices. Cars inspected, 34: in sight, 05. The opening and closing prices to- day were as follows: Open October.......... December....... May............ Oats- October SC December........ October.......... Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern......... No. 2 Northern......... No. 3 Northern......... No. No. n.................. No. It............ Feed................. Oats- No. -1 No. II G. Ex. No. 1 Feed ..._......... No. 1 Feed.............. No. 2 Feed.............. No. 3 No. -I................ t, Rejected 't. Condemned............. Minneapolis Wheat Open September SS December........ flO'.s May...........- 95 Chicago Wheat Open September Pecenibor...... May............ CIoso 15S 10-1 (it; Sli 7414 43 42 35S 125 Oloso S6V4 'SO 03% 33% ill! 94 SliVi Close 91 'i Dazzle Patch Sets a New Half-Mile Record Mainline, Minn., .Sept. i. Patch, owned by M- Savage, of i RAIN CAUSES LIFT IN PRICES Chicago, 111 Kept. de- laying the Canadian harvest tended today to lilt, the whc.il market, lie- sides country offerings of winter were only moderate and there were estimates that Argentina ship- ments would be small. It was also said that niore mills might he ex- pected to licgin operations at Minne- apolis. The opening prices varied from a- shade off to I "P- Dec. start- ed at 933 to "2 ii, unchanged to j- higher steadied around i. Oats eased off. influenced somewhat by the fact that ocean freight room was reported to lie the scarcest in more th.ui a quarter of a century. December started a sixteenth down to a like advance at 321 to 32J; and sag- ged to WALDO MET DEFEAT IN INTERNATIONAL GOLF Man Who. Defeated Hilton Beaten by Paul Hunter Xortlnvestern Seattle -1, Tacoma 0. Vancouver 4, Portland 2. Spokane 3, Victoria Toronto An Off Day Buffalo. Sept. -wns a.-.. in fielding, slower in taking chances and made blunders which enabled Buffalo to run up a big total today. Homo run wallops by Hues and Mur- ray were beauties, the tatter sailing over WnPTs head. Association Minneapolis 10, Kansas City Columbus 10, Toledo IjOuisvIHe 'J, 'iluiannpolis 0. Milwaukee iii. Paul 3. Canadian Brantford 4. Hamilton 2. london 7, St. Thomas 3. Wlreatml. 111., Sepi. Four Chi- cagoans. 'cliren TSasterners and one Englishman tonight remained compet- itors for -the N'ailonal amateur goU champion ihip. The elimination round of r.C holes, pla.j'ed today, brought the cur- dow-a on C. G. Waldo, jr., of Brooklawi. who yesterday defeated Harold US ton. of the Royal Liverpool club, ihe title-holder. Waldo wns put out. by Pri il Hunter, of Midlothian. W. J. Travis, former British and National cuiampion, was eiiniiimiuil b7 Jerome T1 -avers, metroplitan cham- pion and s.vlce Xation.il champion. FORMEIR MED. HAT PITCHER RELEASED Detroit, Sept. Pitcher Ralph U'orks, 'who has been a A mAuiher nf ?ho Detroit, hasp- ball lean four years, was today released to Providence In tho Internat'l jnal league.