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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The ethteagcDafi DATES SETTLED FOR MINTO CUP GAMES ,A America's Greatest Pianist _ Assisted Ly VJT6 nu ffillSS lit6 I I Soprano ;7 In Joint Recital ti'i I Ottawa, Sept. D. Ross, Minto Cup trustee, last nig.ht wired the New Westminsters ordering them to defend'the trophy-against the Nationals of. Montreal on, Sept and 24. 'He has received the' fenders' reply, agreeing to Tilling. Minto' Cup _ tbat lilittti W tot tkV WIN'NIPEG FIGHT FANS STUNS BY FAKE PUQS pes., Sept. wae stung again. A ten round tooyl be tween George Gardiner and John Wil- lie sras the holiday bill for the fight I'ane and it was about the woret ex- Wbiton of the manly art seen in this city, and that is ..going some. Willie kaew a little "more about the game than Gardiner, who had claims to'tie heavyweight title, but he didn't know a great deal. claimed be the same Gardiner who fought Bob Mtzstaimofcs twenty rounds and photographs obtainable it might', be that the fight was a iolders can Preserve 1 YS7 1 ay; and X v-- "D TV 1 JJrug and :0geQ -to ;puBlic itne f ;plan CHICAGO FIGHTER WAS POCKED Lttttod and Army is- almost! iolcT r -seats 7 _ "LABOR'-'DAY ...GAMES L.r ?game T.five- to. -Brooklyn uthe to two the' nine errors in the first were wild-throws. T. G Wiltse.and Myers; Barger and Ber- Afternoon New .8 3 Brooklyn Drucke' and and Bergen; At by itsMpufr Ie defeat -of SU'Louis fand New York's double losV to "gripped a little of second -place. The first -.won-mne'to Leach's .-batting featured. anoV-i-n the second all roundV 'hitting- easily-won; eleven to four; Morning gamer- fit: Louis i Harmon' -and Paelps; umpires Rigler and-'Emslie. was..hit; the Wiilett the-' nif g st -i Detroit -S.-.-2 .Willett. -and' Schmidt; -and Afternoon -By a..score of goals Taber on Saturday evening, defeated the Britts in "tie-w .played'.-tie" "of the first round 'Wfyght1 Cup. Taber deserved .to win doubtedly were the superior" upon least they played a Better this Throughout half .they pressed the while' "the ball -was. seldom iJetroife; "i 7 i Bailey-And" Stephens; 'and O'ioughlin--ahd-Egan. At -York-arid-Phila- delphia broke' even in.-the" liabor Day WCj, Tie. morning-- gam e "we'tit" tfie to "two. but Philadelphia afternoon 2 to -scored in the hit -by Vaugaan's ,wild an-d -Morning New .--JV. Morgan jlankilDert-cBn 0 and Livingstone :'Pord and. S-w.eeney.; territory: The have two occasions to th'e first materialize on either.' Half 'time was the Taber centre, being the, only7'pie'to "put the -ball past .McDowell. f' 'Britt supporters expected to have .'things more their own" way on the second "half with I their 'favor, but it did -'not make much difference, f little time" elapsed before Taber "played'the ball be-tween the nets twice'-in ;raxHd succession, the being responsible" for one Park- inson for the 3-0 .'against the! -Britts E when it began to get '.toget'h'sr and.before called'-Farmer and MacMillan were able leaving the score. :i4. _' RalsTje'clc Bateman, backs; Cummihf E Thatcheit. half backs; Pat- terson, Parkinson, A." erland. well, goal; biersohl backs; Kennedy, Walher' Wright, half, backs; .Cox, MacMillan' Farmer, Muir, fordards. Referee, Plolberton. C., Sept. fifteen; rpund; boating match under the aua- Pjoes.df the -Ferriie Athletic Aesocia- wag ja tne.Eernie :ouse before a lar-ge aiidience proved to -be tae beat con- gevent of the kind nere.- Navy anfti Harry I-iom'bar-d of Chicago, -out up a very 'interesting fight: Carver is the heav- more muscular man but Lom- gave.aim -a game 'battle, ieing Jj Oairver'a heavy right until Ine thirteenth ro-und and fWlngjMm come-, bard pun- head aad face. In -the fltft'- Iroand Carver ,hs.d. Lombard ropes and.In his. corner "ttibit of the time, .forcing the fighting the way. Round-two was more evenlyV balanced.; -Lomoard landing left on Carver's face, draw- __ f blood, but Carver did the forcing. Honors were: even in the thircf. not much-damage to either succeeded in landing twcf-or three with, his left but .did-.not seem much damage, and Carver' was again- the aggressor! In -rpund-tive Lombard had a little the it, escaping Carver's neavy Tiglit swings a'dyoitly. Tne sixth was similar .to' the "fifth, though Lombard iiad'.to take some} punishment, goinp- knees and count started on figfiting not siicceed in latndinginany "of iis-vicious throughout, -LoihlHwd. do. st "IB' the toibard landed two nihes on Carver's face, gjiviner nastj- cut on his left eye, and ended the round -decided- ly in his favor. The tenth round was uneventful; 'advancing'cau'- .tiously and Carye'r. trying to -land a heavy; ptmcnes. the eighth Lom-bar-ii little and again.; from. Carver's.face and .landing on -his swollen left eye. ;had the best of -Lombard taking the advantage of; a up -before being counted c.oiit, landed .again on Car evident that weakening: under -heavy Aprfcv'.th'e .'body. Jhe thirteenth _.r unlucky nmn- forC he _ went- down ..Carver's.-heavy swings to jaw, the .second .time notarising: of. the. count. Co.al Creek .refereed the'match, and "ousy. stepping aioput thei-.rin-g-aniiTBerparating the com- batants-in numerous clinches indulged in, throughout. cleyer i ing. -hisV heavier and. slower.' opponent.; 'the mill. Lombard method .of cling- Off After -rthe rain'--stopped this ".after- noon th'e'two mile toot race" was run. U'v..frjrp3K are, ts v- t or .stieHL'saS for mis T.'- both of thenfe give a r i'.v satisractibn'ajid' patterns at nar Sold In ffer off tratla, India, r. F, oAi.uey UMITW Hamilton, Ont., .pour race -nfoji -by- Black of Michel, Minton second J 'half mile 'free- for-all. was -won :by-an Indian Sorrel; Boy >f 'Hosmer. second. WITH 1FERNIE SiPORTS i pires Philadelphia S 2 New" York" 5 0 and nm i -__'.t WHITE IS t-HE AT DROPPING 8QM8S Boston. Graham umpires -GdliflpWr and Coa- St.- Panl Afternoon (American) Afternoon J'itlsburg v ,1 'di'bsbn; S-ajitii, and- -umpire's and 12inslie. kt- had' St..Paul little -difficulty" "in -defeating Boston' sis to" three. .Bates was put out of ?ame for ..grabbing'hold of Umpire1 man while disputing a decision a the home 'Boston S 3 Philadelphia S 0 Ferguson and Swing and Moraa; umpires Brennan and Afternoon put up" a wretched game.in the field this after- 'noon -and Philadelphia" hit me ball nard and won by, 13 to 0. Boston 8 7 Philadelphia is" 2 'Curtiss and Smith; lloran. Slaugh- and Dooia; umpires O'Day and Criger; nolly.; Association) At; St. Minneap'olis vjia.ua.tu White ot- England proved'himself the superior of all the "aviators taking part in the second events of the Harvard-Boston aero meet he took first place in every of "five classes which were 'for in Addition he gained tne plaudits of the thousands repeatedly' in remarkable exhibition of fligbts. -In one...of" his' nights lie took up -Miss Mary Camp- bell of 'New York. The best time of the day made by White was -miles second, with-a. Bler- iii .the .bomb dropping Looniest White proved' .himself be [the star performer, to; Fernie, Sept. Day was duly here and at the other towns in the -Pass iodayC'-tiy holding of sports, long program of sports been "the Fern- ie. Athletic Association cut- short by', a. Heavy fal-I of ra4n--in the after- noon.' Notwrihstandiiig-the large attend- ance of miners from Coal" Creek and Fernie'who weii't'to'Hosmer to. spend, j- the day, there was a very large turn- of: people at the grounds at the north end of Victoria Ave.. which did not the ground until driven to by the In yard dash. first and ,R. Bowen" second. Bo wen al- so -won hop-step-au'd- jiuJip, the.' running broad. Jump j Thejonly. foot bajj game was played by. the Pernie., an.d the Coal Creek teams, fresulting-iin a tie. 0 to p. after one hour minutes at play. po account'.of ;bther numbers on the program, tie game had to be post- poned to There, Tvereionly.two entries in the wrestling macch, Jo Earner, of. Coal Creek, winning- from Ben Smith, of-the -FernDe' Foot Ball Club, in two straight falls.. the first of which closely .Ont.'i Sept '3l-fTh'e -jNation: als have1 agreed -tp Jprwai'd.; an linebn- ditional challenge Tpt" the' challenge. that they for- warded 'to the trustees-in' quest" of the Minto P. this" morning-that refused to consider the-eoaditions attached tp the- National challenge regarding the eastern "aad- Mr..; Lecburs- was advised to strike out I three clauses' frpm .-his- challenge. The i Nationals'' this- morn- ing that he-w-ould-do'soj-and a second challenge is th'e. New Westminster .will be. interview- ed, at once regarding 'dates i.a'nd the rustees will make" 'all ar'ran'gemen'ts for the trip as .'as; possible. Mr. Ross announced tiat the condi- tional ,-refused. which do as: did Regiita; and> and-playvunderPacific'Coastimer President1 decision-.and .the" National': plied -that the. T was forwarding This evidently that theft als' have waived: their., "ern referee" and "just been seie.cred, but.will morrow. It is jprobable1'thati' S ber IT and 24, suggested" by, theit als'-war prove" Westminster, club. Mr. telegram "to the the_ fao: that" the cup from eastern :x E ASTER rM Saturday's' At At 8: -jt f. fr TJJ. nit; LLav nrnn- into the funnels'.-rof Hughes and Smith: Check and Spencer; umpires Bierhalter 'and Bush At -9 ley; 'umpire, Hayes. Second Louisville s Toledo 5 Ritcher and Allan; Valiiers- and A bott: umpire Hayesi' 7.-" At Columbus......... ll Into the 'the wnile all his other.shells hit a.part of. the deck, and on points White was j 68. .'Cuftiss 27, 6 and Brpokins 2." _____o i! nouncemeut