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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta IT PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK else -but bats, balls clubs, fishing tackle, etc T ,Th-re would be lots fta more -health than you out a dozen trunkfuls iothes. GET YOUR TOOLS af you. want iheh right. We Dot handle the near right kind The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. 412 ROUND ST rlTHLETICS LEAD BECAUSE OF BETTER HOW ATTELL BEAT LAUDERjBIfi HAGUE GAMES THE FEATHERWEIGHT WAS EAS ILY VHE BETTER, THOUGH LAUDER PUT UP SOME BATTLE Calgary, Sept (Alb er Billy weight NATIONAL 'bunched! and with errors by Philadelphia l' Rucjker kept lhe teams hits scattered. s s BATTEBS; COBB PASSES SNODGKASS the wuiadelphia to SHOP Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel Class Work, on the Square. Patronage Solicited. THOMAS the Canadian light hampJon and pride of the Calgary )osin? fans, went down to defeat in, iiic ai :he seventh ro.und of what was tojof the year at the Polo iave been a fifteen round conies1: La- f tbe -Giants defeat or Day morning, at Park Hill, Cal--The same was gary. The disaster was the result of i Kucfcer and Bergen; Shettier Dooin rounds saw by 6 ----------by the pitch- jins 01 Crandall for the home team a 5' i ,U4Ucieni 10 with willow. The eloiv reveal the secret of the Shortstop te for -305- La' cess this season. Seldom" if haiP next with while .Hal three regular players on a S S '29r clustered in batting, ea-h with an the greatest, short- cierage of over .310. Such however "i J ?P ,ot1lhe all, has been entirely ov. the case among the SlSc j-f battle that is o Atalet.c being_waged between Ty Cobb and York...... 8 2 Smith; Crandall and Jires Klem and clean knockout immediately after he had taken the count of nine. It hap- ana si pened about a minute'after the. round ilyers and Schlei- srarted. Both boxers went to mix. aad i Kane. Aiteil beat the Scotchman to it with J .At Chicago__Cole a right swing and left hook. Lauder" string of victories toi was groggy and ran away. Abe forced Cincinnati five to v jlum to the lower corner ropes, made a -duel with Burns ffiinf fnf rhp hnrfir nrhan- T the for the e land, himself NO DOPE PLACED IN JEFFfilES' TEA PROFESSOR IN ILLINOIS UNIVER S1TY DESIDES THAT FAT AROUND JEFFS' HEART CAUSED STREAK New York. Sept. 6. The New York his after a timely jame CALEDONIAS WIN BY i- SCORE OF FOUR TO NIL Calgary, Sept The Calgary Cale- earned the right to enter the of the Bennett Shield com- petition Labor Day when they defeated down Abe quickly got in a couple of body punches. This practically fin- ished the-bout. Although Lauder, got up at nine he was very groggy, and Abe finished it with a right to the jaw, and another to the wind. .Lauder went down on his knees, and could f not get ,up before the referee counted the fatal ten. Billy was not pu; to sleep, but the body punches knocked all the wind out of him. and he could not possibly get up. There more interest taken in classed of while team, can also be oe ue list and is hitting .31 S, only points less than Artie Hofman, 10 points behind Sherwood Not- :ee, the Quaker City som- Saodgra-ss still is at t ledical Journal has decided that no ne in J'im Jeffries' tea be- fore the fight with Johnson last 4th of July. Furthermore, the Mec'ical Jour- nal decides 'that Jeffries is. not a cow- 7 4 Cole and Kling; Burns and .Mc- Lean; umpires Johnstone and At Louis vs Pitts- burg, postponed, rain. AMERICAN At defeated Cleve- land sis to two today in a game marked by a lot of hitting and -J dL LilC ftead of the old league, his mark being _ AJJ.U.1 JX just two points behind Cobb's Jack Knight continues to lead TEN LEADING BATSMEN n American League Cobb, Detrok Lajoie, Cleveland Speaker, Boston Oldrin g, Philadelphia E- Collins; Philadelphia Jiurphy, Philadelphia Easterly, Cleveland Knight, ;New York L. Gardner, Boston Laporte, New York National League knodgrass, New York Red Deer by goals to nil at Red Deer. The "game -was a good one, and .toe best seea in Red Deer for a .-while.. The Callies showed .their super- the -finer points of the game. .'Tieif'ieam.tvork and combination of tie Red Deer teajn. .score- at half time was 2 to 0 .liifti this bout, than the'Attell-Marino, as the fans expected something good They knew Billy would make the sroing fast, whatever the outcome would be. Besides, there was no friendship be- tween Attell and Lander from any pre- AMV Vi jj.j.i.tiiiQ iznu. vJOUi- -u f i uj. 4v paratively little run making Cleve- ?ee- Phijadelphia land had men on the bases every Chicago ___ inning except the last, twelve ?Sner' Pictsburg left on bases. i Campbell, Pittsburg SH. vio.us acquaintance, and -if Attell'could put Billy away he fully intended to Tms was just what happened. While Lauder was on Ms feet, he certainlv pat up all that was in him, but'at his best he was no pion. Atiell was more ool cctJUJLiU. I-. half, throogh' McKecny and T. W.M.U j. r or., the Callies, .Williams, Thompson. j. Deacon and Strang games: The Callies win now play LIovdmiTi ster in the-.final Jim Dalsettv Of ealgaryf the game. to of. both clubs. The' CaJlies "were represen-red 'by ihe lollowing team: 'Goal, W. Strang; backs, GriMlay and.'Deacon; halves, Braidwood i' Strang, .Johnson; forwards T wif iiams Johnson, W. TrUEams, McKen- ny and best clubs .sell more of. Buchanan's and easy, aad his action just like clock work. He did not exert himself for tne first few rounds, and anytime that _ was doing be made Lauder bring I to him. In the' first four rounds Lai> der certainly landed oftener. He his famous left jab and right to kid- neys, with a right swing or hook ihere was never sting ro his punches and the blows intended for to so on until Qicmt need it. He.finished on believo xvinV Q' no Ban Paten's record will have to r116 blt and into the pll-vsical coward coul MI. He showed not the slightest ill ?roush stretch at a SSe sucl1 a hands and'driver, marfp fho. .taken.to.sreth.er -wif-h MC- wnoie-.iot.tne matter with the set cent ofthe moving i organs of his. body..When ;-After, -these four ng the matter-with his'--, nerve, but to devote whole ton of .trouble the matter with ;and announces this as his nerves.. -itely. Msfarewell fling at the And that, says Dr. Lydston. is just what was -the trouble with Jim Jet-' fries. The man's previous battles, the JDEERFOOT J. B. MARSH CALGARV ing for Johnson fight, .left hisj' Calgary. Sept D o- once spoiled, "can never -e LPthbridSe Indian "In order to come writes Dr Lydston. "The 'has been' must "bring his heart with him. This; Jeffries could not do, and if, as some assert he showed a 'yellow streak in the certain yellow streaks in his heart muscle, which only the microscope would show; might explain it. 'Game- ness and heart weakness are not of- ten associated in purely physical ef- forts: That Jeffries is" at bottom a do nipeg race Marsh, of Win- defeated, Deerfoot last week yards in a mile race. Deerfoot is. not satisfied with, the result and claims he vas not can beat the Winnipeg man and score of nine to nothing to Baltimore 'because Jersey _Had Billy been content to keep out CilQCIL 'iT'OUld IlJrVP I than the. seven rounds When he i .acuial score Jersey ed to mbc with the little llghtleSt ?t7 x: 4; Cam- he was completely out of his SA and and was easy pickings for Attelf in a let' t have ori made is only one Slinor Heir many fast horses. I dr At Providence y 5 Lavender and Peterson; Spauc. Lee and McAllister; umpires Byron and' Fitzsimmons." 'EASTERN BASEBALL NOTES Archer is .playing first base-like -a veteran for'the Cubs- Chance feels that he can afford to.'iay off for a full week without ;any cause for'worry Mercer tne.pitcher to which Wash- mgton, lays claim by reason bf- option on the players- of to o jn a a ten, twelve or fifteen aiile" race Last evening McEwen wired .-Some; one risen 16 WTW people vwiu.: '.beginvto; SSest fn basebal. National' ot tne, season and ne started covering his wind. Terms of the Battle __ -j he announcer, in announcing ua- introduced Louder as the little man I III Mi i j u CO A. C. Messer Proprietor Snccessor to C. I. Upton Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Siop in Connection Canada. Attell was the feather- j Minneapolis- t> champion of tie world, and Kansas Citv tilSt VrSLS f -tiiu proniotsr :t' 500, and Halligan. At Toronto Kochester 10 5 Newton and Tonneman; Ragon and Blair. Umpires Stafford, and Murray.' Second Toronto 14 0 Kochester Carroll and Tonneman: and Savidge and Hartzell; Stafford and Murray. At game- Montreal Buffalo Keefe and Curtis: Taylor and Wil" liarns; umpires Boyle and Kelly. Second I Montreal 9 3 I ttaaalo 11 3 Keefe, Winter and Curtis; Car- michael and Woods; umpires Kellv and Boyle. APvlERICAN ASSOCIATION At Kansas to meet Ate T' JOOO to get. j__ Lauder entered the -as accompanied by and his two brothers Bob S% Atte11 five" Jatei. He was seconded bv of Dasebal! fame- TJflHio the butcher rr 10 D Altrock and Owens; Powell Kitter: umpire Hayes, i At [Indianapolis 5 Toledo......... 0 Hargrove and Howley; Tingling and Green; umpire Weede. At Columbus 10 l 6 3 Packard and Carisch; --------w JilUJU and Hughes; umpires Ferguson and 1- an Manager Fred Clarke of the Pitts _1..v._____ JV-t; UL LU.Q burg baseball club peremptorilv the CamnJtz to make put panion to Zeppelin Owens at ens at the Pittsburg hippodrome some even- ago Owens. At piiul 13 3 Milwaukee 5 0 Leroy and Spencer; Doughert" and 3-uclwig; umpires Chill and Bush. NORTHWESTERN At Seattle- Seattle 1 Vancouver At Tacoma Spokane 6 Preadeat Lynch fined Umpire Klem and Kane who were to have refereed the New York-Chicago game X cago on last Thursday, each M- though assigned to the contest" the arbitrators by mistake wont to Pitts- nirg and it was necessary to press wo players into service as umpires in Chicago. club insists recomraend ;