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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1914 THE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Issue With M L U. for Scott Cup Finally Settled-Third Time- Out I THE SCORE Calliat 4 North Lethbrldge'United 0 GOAL SUMMARY CaM.les, 29 minutes, Llnn'ng. Second Half Cillfea, 6 minutes, Llnning. Callles, 13 minutei, Robertson. Cilliei, 33 minutes, Kellog, THE LINE-UP Cjallias and-iAnderson; Brendan, Chlswick and Robertson, Glenn, >W. Llnning, Kellog and Allen. I North Lethbridge (lop; Tennant. and Ness; Bryce, and Frier; Beverldge, Cauld- wall, Holberton, Gurr and H. Lin' North Lethbridge 'switched play- erifour times in the second half. Tim-e of minutes, Attendance 276 paid admissions; about 100 lad- no admiiilon fee. The North Lothbridge United can take their hats off to the CalHcs with the best of grace. The Northslders gave.the Scots the battle of their lives fcut -were finally vanquished by a score is pointed in. an attest that can only be interpreted in one the Callles have proven themselves the superior team.. A week or so ago tho two teartia met for the firat time in the Scott Cup competition, and the result ended 1 to 1. They met again a few days later and repeated their first performance identically. Yester- day morning they came together for the third time in tins competition, which ended in an over whelm ing vie- jtory tor the CalUes, as the score sure- ly attests. In the "two previous con- I teats there was little io chose between I the respective merits the teams They played with an admirable eoual- They played ft lenia-kable even balance yesterday, but one prov- ed an ability to secure the counters, while the other was hopelessly lacking in that reaped The Scotchmen's goaiKeeper was a mountain1 of strength, and he was ably covered by Ban- ijjerman and Anderson, and it is due, i no doubt, to the superiority in defence IthaL the Cftllles tod'ayTare able to claim a victory over North Lethbridge TSe shots put it the Ca'iUes' goal- keeper In the first half by actual count doubled those piit at his opponent, yet the red shirts were able to register a goal, while the boys "turbine Are'w a 'blank for their stylish-efforts. North Lethbridge right at the start took ths tight into the Calliea' terri- tory siid bombarded Mclntyre and the Caiiies' backs, This lasted far five minutes and then the game went along evenly" with plenty of thri'ils and ex- cellent fo6tcraft in evidence Close to ,the half-hour Cnnlop crouch ,etl low to of a bad 'bounding kick coming goalward; be made a mesa of the extremely careful attempt ito save muffing trie la all and letting it Blidb'to'one side, where'Linning rush ed up and politely kicked'it tally of the game. Dunlop redeemed a moment or later "by ing some extremely dangerous shots. Mclntyre, called upon to save the -situation'- once before the half Second Half .They were playing class of game that "gives the a goal a tre- mendous and N.orth beth- bridge hoppfd jnto.the fray .with a vim arid .determination to equalize before the-game_grew..old. They went to the their, best and roost stren- uous .'efforts, but1 were met. at every turn' by -the steady-going. Scots, .who, when fiveimih'nlea' "play .had ,elapsed vere able to add .another, goal, and practically put the contest on easy street Lmning aid it again the blifeg :.were pressing, tP centre where Littnrns c "a from the throng .and carried the ball clean through unmolested and shot past Dunlop for the second time There was an, interval .oE.fair length and then Robertson sot in another for the CaHle" and the hope of the blue had lanlshefl Kellog after half an hours i made it four on. nice long, kick from left. .North LethhHdge often got the hall cloie in the last half, but scoring was not in their line.- Once the hall struck the cross bar, and on Bion'Hammy Llnning missed a chance with "an-open'goal. The Nortbsiders changed Ihoif'men around repeatedly In the second hair; which may'be ac- countable for not little. ALBERTA GOLF CHAMP Calgary, AHa., Sopl. Munroo Hunter of Kdinontoii, lor tha second tinio In two years, won. tlio amateur golf championship of Alberta on Saturday, when he defeated T. .Gray of tlio St. Andrew's Golf and Country club, after an exciting match. "Cap." Bennett, Daring Driver, Met Death, in' Race-Car Wrecked, Pinned Beneath' ftfoclcod, Sept. speed fiend claimed another victim here yesterday, when, in the lirst auto races ever staged in Maclcod, "Cap" Bennett, one of the host 'known drivers on the continent, was crushed to death when bis car, which was travelling a mile a minute clip, turner! two complete somersaults. Bemiet-t, who was the feature figure cm the race card, was caught between the steering.gear, and body of the crumpled car, his ribs were broken, piercing his lungs, and; .though rush- ed to the iUacleod General hospital, lie expired inside half au hour. The fatality occurred in the third event oE the holiday afternoon's .auto racing program being staged by the llacing Team, a gal- axy of; speed-artists who have won glory south of the line. Hennett was. driving IMS'car at 60 miles an he attempted to speed up on the .north' turn. Some- thing went amiss witii the steering gear, the racer turned two complete somersaults and Death, I'iding the race- with-flarc-Bcvil Bennett, claim- ed his own. J. Gear, mechanic in the car "with Bennett, was thrown clear on the first turn, and cam? out with a few bruises. Very few ill the crowd realized that the accident had been fatal. In fact, the races were proceeded and the death o[ licnnett was not known till the-crowd--returned down--town. I lie victim of'lhe accident lived for about-halt "an hour after reaching t-he hosp'tal., His last words before ex- piring were, "Let me die. Mrs Benuett i lid) into drner c repute, witnessed the fatality, and is so broken up todav that she, could out nothing about her husband'1- hisloryt His hodv will lie sent to his home in the United States Cor burial. BOOKED HERE The advance agent for ihe Western racing, team was in Lethbridge for the past couple of days, making ar- Great Crowd Turned Out to See Amateurs Battie for Medals at Sherman Theatre Last Night-Boxers Weil Matched and Bouts Were Fast-Crowd Well Pleased limit of their powers. They went for a little better than two tremely they sot mixed up in the ropes, from which position tho referee was extricating them, when -McDonald walloped Dunlop i: the jaw with his guard down. In all probability Shreman The- atre ncvfir before housed so many peo- ple iis it did 'ant night on the occa- sion of Mm Southern Alberta boxing bouts. Before the con- tests had been staged fifteen minutes, the box office was selling standing room, and nll.tlie ringside seats had been sold. Were the bouts worthy of the turn- out? Hatlicr! H was the classiest entertainment of the Quo ens bury art that has ever been staged hare, with- out competitors were of a high order, and the bouts were conducted with extreme smoothneKS jmd. without a halt. They lasted Cor two and a half hours exactly, and there was not an id'io moment. There was a batch of war bulletins on hand to read to the crowd, but nobody want- ed to listen to them, they were all so rapt up in the bouts. A great number of the local entries were loudly cheered when they were conspicuous by their absence, eluded. The referee promptly stopped the proceed- ings, and awarded the bout to Dunlop. McDonald -was mortified a.t the deci- sion, and claimed his innocence of foul intent. The cro'wd sympathized with Dunlop, but both fighters were greatly admired for their skill. It was the curtain ringer of the evening. Featherweights There were but two featherweight boxers in Hue, George far sou and Joe McGuinness. It took four to settle this go. Both were evenly matched, and the advantage alternat- ed from time to time. Parsons dis- played the best-ring generalship, and was declared the winner. The hoys but only one outside entry failed to show up, and those boys from outside 140 Special Red Morgan of Coalhnrst and Jimmy certainly made a hit and carried off a put up a clever and even fight in bunch of tho medals. Lightweights First The first bout was a lightweight go between Urban Parr of Nobletord and a special class of 140 pounds. At th end of the third round the two judges disagreed and it.was up to the referee j to decide. He ordered another round, i but the boys favored an idea to go _, Jaclc Woods of Lethbridge. Tliei' I rounas half an hour later. -Lush, hopped to it at the sound of the gong conceded the bout to .Morgan and mixed things up. The local boy after the first round hung out the dis- tress sign and Parr was awarded the bout, Parr later on in the evening went up against Eari Welsh in the final of the lightweight class, and again -Parr was the victorious ghdiator In the fust lound Welsh after his man ham mer and tongs and continued his on slaught In the second round till about halt way, when Parr located Welsh's jaw with a resounding .smash, and from" then on the fight was Parr's. Welsh, was in a bad way at the end of the second, ant! in the third Parr made good .his advantage, and carried the fight to Welsh, who was soon ail in, whereat his seconds threw up the sponge. Welsh put up a game battle. Welterweights The second bout of the evening was a welterweight clash. These welter- weights were the boys to fight and they displayed a knowledge and n style of boxing thai -was a treat. Pro- fessionals have not shown anything better than these mixers at any time around, here. D. Dunlop of Blairmore and Jack Davis of Coalhurst 'were the first pair to. meet. Right and left swings, jahs, uppercuts and splendid footwork .vere seen in their repertoire and they didn't waste time. Dunlop has a powerful right, which did a lot of dam- age, and he gained a shade or two on. his opponent and was awarded the 'igm. Later on Dunlop gaitt.etl.tlie "welter- weight championship by getting the rangcmenls to have- the team show I verdict over Ronnie McDonald of Com- liere' next Friday afternoon. Whetherj merce on a foul. It was the finest ex- tJic fatal accident at Afucleotl will prevent them coming here or not has not been learned. iue HE WITH mm ELEVEN The game between the team iepre sentmp the Lethbridge Callie tnd Win.- Lamb. Thos. Lush. Dr. Church ery department of the game, and were I Mason. willing to extend themselves to the I Nicholson. hibition of the evening as far as it went. Both boxers were strong in ev without a battle. Morgan then met Kid. Cool of Diamond City, and got the decision. It was a lame affair. Bantams There were only two" bantamweight entries, both of Lethbridge- Norman which gained aim a lot of point A. J Chaplin his >outhful opponent and gained the Approval of the judges. They made a good match this pair, and the decision "was a close one. Chaplin forced'the fight all the way, and his style in-general was more free and that lie lost, the bout was a dis- appointment-to few Catchweight Go Frank McCormack and J. TJ. McKen- zie ivas a package encounter and furnished a Jot of interest. McKen- zie fought at 170'pounds, while his op- ponent was twelve or more pounds lighter. McCormack" outpointed his man and got the decision amidst pop- ular acclaim. MdKenzie stopped.ji lot of punches, but 'when the .last round ended lie felt fit to stop a lot more. 'The.bouts were all scheduled to go three rounds, two minutes to the round, which proved very satisfactory Every boxer was weighed and ex- amined by a physician before being allowed to enter the contests, a con, mendabie precaution. The Officials The officials in whom the tourna- ment was in charge are'as follows Master Carly Judges Tbos of B. Me- Halliday and Wm, and Dr. SPEEDY NORSEMAN WINS HERALD FIVE-MILE RACE Olai JoVieimson husk5 cleanly the Coleman eleven liul built Norseman trotted ed as .one, of the. big events at the out five miles in 28 minutes .and 9o Bporjs at the Fair .grounds yesterday in an indefinite is- sue. The score was 1 to rat the con- clusion' of hostilities. It was nn 18-carat fact, it was pretty tame. The .teams laboring un- der grounds were ind trie ball ilajed with was punk, and there was not a better bo "ri to a numbei of balls breaking In the morning game The first half tvent.by scoreless and nothing exciting happened In the second half the. visitors to- ririg up a score about, fifteen minutes at Henderson Park and an- nexed the Herald mile roid race igairst a field of tiirep. other entries. Trere were five entries lor .the .race, but Robertson and Donaghue backed out when it.was learned that (here were no seco.id and third priz- es. The committee finally decided to .put tip io ho divided between [second and A K. Adolphson and Kalph Hall start- ed. Tommy ..Donaghuedecided.to .run about five seconds alter the start, ami-maintained-a ..good pace, for two Hall at 3J miles. Vie ran a beautiful race, and finished strong. Evidence of training stood out all him ind a query brought forth the ma tioti tint Johcmisoti had put in con TONIGHT Fliis Great .Special also shown Tomorrow for (lie Last Time A VIVID PRODUCTION OF Empress of Ireland and Titanic Disasters Conic Touig'ht and sec the Best fi Reel Picture evei1 offered in Canada NATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES New York G, Brooklyn ;i. New York 1, Brooklyn 4. (Second game.) Boston 7, Philadelphia 1. Plttaburg 2, Chicago 3. St. Luis 12, Cincinnati 2. SUNDAY GAMES Piusburg o, Chicago 8. St. Louis 7, Cincinnati MONDAY'S GAMES New York Boston 4. New York 10, Boston 1. (Second St. Louis 7, .plUsburg 1. St. Louis i, Pitlshurg 2. (Second Brooklyn 1, Philadelphia 7 Brooklyn 6, Philadelphia 7. (Second Cincinnati 2, Chicago 3, Cincnnati 1, Chicago 3. (Second AMERICAN SATURDAY GAMES Washington 4, New York 0. Cleveland C, Chicago 4. Cleveland 0, Chicago. 3, (Second game., Boston 4. Philadelphia 1. St. Louis '1, Detroit 0. SUNDAY GA'MES Cleveland 1, Chicago C. St. Louis 4. Detroit 13. MONDAY'S GAMES Boston New York 1. Boston 1, New York 8r (2nd Chicago 8, Detroit 7. Chicago Q; Detroit 3.- (2nd Philadelphia 0, Washington 1 Philadelphia 8, Washington 7. (2nd gam St. Lotus 3, Cleveland 4. St. Louis 9 Cleveland C. (Second FEDERAL MONDAY'S GAMES Baltimore S. Buffalo 11. Baltimore 6. Buffalo 2. (2nd Chicago 6, Indiangpolis 5. Chicago 3, Indianapolis 3. (Second Pittsburg 11, Brooklyn 12. Pittsburg 3, Jlrook'yn (Second game) Kansas City-St. Louis, rain, INTERNATIONAL Toronto 3. Rochester 4, Toronto 8. Rochester 6. (2nd game-) Montreal 5, Buffalo 4. Montreal 11, Buffalo 3. (2ml Newark' 0. Providence 4 Nnwa'rk 2, Providence 9. (Second gameV siderable mining at the Baltimore 7: Baltimore 9 ond Jersey City fi. Jersey City 1. after the commencement Binks was miles when he dropped out Johcnnson took the lead at. 'the stalt and unmgcd to giln i Kp on i aG 12 00 War fs an odd thing no sooner do the ondon I nvies ami HIP Herald throw1 .'the Germans, back ficross'-tlm line-thah Ihn Slatts Steit- Uir starts' them for Paris. lermitted a corner, kick, and Jackson leaded'his nicely placed ua'irinto -the let. Ten minutes later the. Callies equalized: Allen passed across to.Opr- lon >vho shot with force and precision nto the net There: was-not much to chose he- ween.-the teams fronrthe itlme or the ast score until the final whistle. :The tallies' string men out' that was oreign to the club mostly, the' greater number.of :the regulars havlng-begged off in consideration of their strenuous efforts against the North Lethbridge United in the morning. Tlie'ilue-up of the teams McCaulny and ihe viis they ought to'heJd an Eiiuneison, Hunter, Jafksou and W j o lilnpic meet G A AM ASSOCIATION and under. Jas. Thompson, physical St. Paul 4, Minneapolis 0. director, at (lie park. lie made a St: Paul 1, Jlinneapolis 1. (Second of lialf a mile on Adolphson at the game) fnisli Vdolplison nmshed s cond Cleveland a Indiampolis 1 and .'Hall, third in 32 minutes Hat, 35 minutes flat. The time of the runners at the end oi each mile was as. follows Johennson 5.51 .10.52 33.22 38.25 Adolphson 6.13 .11.55 19. 26.03 32 Hall 7.01 20.13 27.17 35 McCautay: Holmes, Tiiddingtop, Mufr, Kellock'anri Banks Anderson and Ness: Wllletts, Lee and McMillan; Robertson, Allen, Jordon, W. Linnliig aqd H. Winning Fernio. Tom Jones fs dickering over llic silc of less he ought to him on the hoof by u eight Uhcn ill Ihofii1 aUilPtes get hack LOOK HERE TENNIS NOTICE Members, of the Lelliliridee Lawn Tennis club are hereby'. notified that a new drawing "will necessary In connection -with -.the for Ihe Howorth Cup. Gentlemen players who lotend'enterlng, aro.aakert to send their mmes to Mr Kinne> oi the Scott Fruit Co before Thursday noon H is Ilkelv that the competition will be placed off. on this Cleveland 1 Columbus 3. Columhlis Kins-is CJtj Indianapolis G. (2nd Louisville JL Lonisville 6. (Second 3. Milwaukee 4. WESTERN CANADA H! filNA WON licsma, 7 Hrgina closed its most successful hasehal! season by delcatini! the Millers twice nav iiig suffered fhrre defeat1' Ihe first was i slugging nntch hut Merger allowed the Milters ne lonely hit .in the .second, shutUns Mem out. The scores were 0 to 3 and 5 to 0. HAT TOOK BOTH Mediums Hat, Sept 7 Mad Hat tcrs" closed the season by copping two front the'Luckless Bronks, clem jug up the series. While-Buckles al- lowed-the Hronks: eleven hits in the Dog Men Calgary Amateur Field Trials Club holds its First Annual Field Trials for SETTERS, POINTERS AND POINTER GRIFFONS in the vicinity oC Calgary, com- mencing September 16, 1914. Derby, All-aged and Consolation. Entries close Sept. 10th. Reason- able entry fees. For full information apply to CAPT. E. S. CLIFFORD 920 19th Avenue W., Calgary. Phone W1413. SASKATOON WINS W.C. LEAGUE PENNANT Saskatoon wins the Western Canada league pennant, the final standings be- ing W. L. P.C, Saskatoon 73 '53 73 Medicine Hat 72 60 546 Moose Jaw 67 56 545 Regina 69 59 539 'Edmonton 60 61 496 Calgary 38 90 297 Up to the last day, the decision of second place was in doubt. Reg came throuqh with, a great finish, de- feating Mooss Jaw twice yesterday, while Medicine Hat took two from Cal- gary, and perched on the second rung with a single point to the good. Rain fell in torrents at Saskatoon, prevent- ing the Quakers and Eskimos playing their last games. Nov.- York Boston Chicago St: Louis Pittsburg Philadelphia Cincinnati NATIONAL w. 6S GS G7 57 56 56 55 P.C. .56? .562 .535 .467 .403 448 447 Philadelphia Boston Washington Detroit Chicago Kew Yfirk St. Louis Cleveland AMERICAN w 84 75 61 6G 63 58 PC .662 .505 .520 .512 .492 ,4M 4 D 3' Labor Day Sports Pro- gram was One of the Best CONTINUED PSOM FRONTPAGE ilown S1S.OO first money: In_the half- inile harness event, Jack Wales' Glen C. nosed out a lead .early in each of three heats annexing S'500 first money Bonnell s Pathfinder gave Glen C. an awful run1, at :stagfcD couldn't his pacing oft each heat a break Pul ley's Stanley Dillon, an old-timer with a mark: realizavthat his .best racing class were behind him, and was s itisfioJ to cop off third money His pacing was admired however, and for an aged horse he did what the conduc tor tells his passengers io lively. Mr. McOuire started the horse races. In the S80 yards foot race, one of tho best races of Stewart, a hoy, the day, Archie with lots of train- ing behind him won easily over Rob ertson second and Hall third. G. M. of the' Sports committee of .the .Trades and Labor fitst, they were neier dangerous InlCouncil was the onlv entrant for the old man s race but the large prize for second place was too'attractive to miss J A Smith entered, and jnc 'sccon'd Martin was working rcrfettion nnd w.is ilmost jiiihit taule Ihe scores, t to 2 and 5 to 1 suro of a walk-away with the money until1 Jlr. Spence loomed up. Smith got a false start, due to a dog being in his intended trail, and Spence walk- ed home with second. It seemed a foregone conclusion that Mr. Harris would take the- first, and be did it without any trouble. Training showed up splendidly In the 3-nmru.relay. A team oC Y.JI.C.A. boys Dunsworth, Campbell and "W. H- Jfeyers, won la a walk over two other teams. Who says Lethbridge 18 betas de- One wouldn't have- dared. make such, a wild assertion when the baby contest was in progress. There were sixteen babies entered small ones, fat ones, thin ones, big Mayor Hardie was given -'credit for kno'wing something about babies, and acted as judge. Ho looked i over the lot, and at once picked out the sturdiest lour-months-old child -of JIr3. iHislop, a boy, of coursev The best- looking, a. girl this strange to say, won second. ShevrraBsa. mighty winsome young daugh- ter oC MTB. Whitf ield. The.-Mayor ex- plained after his-strenuous'task' was over, that he-judsedvrieilittlft ones as beef type first. strongest first, the- best Jooking second eugenics Evi- dently. The nail by Mrs. Crowe, mar- vellous knocking; ability. Herf'llgbt- nlng-like "strokes wouhUmakeithe-most; profideuts for a. place to hide ats-.head, _ Hiss-Fitch was second. Aa prograBima was a host of and the winners, aS'handsd.to the Her- ald by the Judges, Extra special g to the North plied Jie music forjtfce afternoon. The members .have only. a, very- done remarkable work, A'. C. Smith. A JML Thomp- son physical director M C., A, starter H. McDonnell as; U! Moore .as secretary. Speaking of crowds the one at tha Exhibition grounds yesterday, was a bumpei, considering the day. At least 2000 people attended. The full list of events and "winners follows 100 P. Skouson. 1> JL-DunE worth.2, G-. Campbell S. Boys' 100 1; Hn 2, Jones 3. Bicycle race, one Edwards 2, Chaplin S. 440 P, SItouson p, Card 3. ladies' race-HMrs. Borctinlc 1, Mrs. -JV. Collier 2P Mrs; HelHez-; 3, 220 yards Dun's worth. -1, L. Meyers 2, G., Campbell 3, mile running- Whitney 1, 3. Pony race 1, chinson 2, Whitney 3. Half-mile harness Gt (Wales) 1, .Pathfinder (Bonnell) 2, 80 yards Stewart 1, Robr ertson 2, Hal! 3. Old H; Harris ij [pence 2, X- A. SmitU 3. ThrBB nun. relaj ?8 MCA team 1, Haymond team 2 Nail driving Crowe 1, Miss Fitch 2 Baby -Htslop'a baby Mrs. -Whitfield's baby 2 Tug of team team and Minters team entered G on each team. Tbo Oddfellows prov- ed to be the ones and pulled the other out of three. Children's Races Boys 14 and Holt 1 Aj Westto> 2 T Archibald 1 Girls 10 years and Plska 1, Laura Frache 2, Bella Smith 3 Boys ten years and Ridpath 1 Stmon Burmount 2 Girls 14 and Flske 1, Doris Tuckwell 2 Gladys Peacock S Girls years and fcrache 1, Violet Bennett Grfttt- ville ;