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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ase 6 TITK LKTIinRIDfiE DAILY HERALD: Wednesday, September Polo Tournament at Cowley Unfortunately Short of Talent LLOYDMINSTER BEAT VERMILLION ELEVEN million iu ibi r first rcuad or :hc at uoydrains- Only Four Teams Entered and Interest in Games is Limited Peeved With Promoters i! tfrou by c 101. Scene of FigHt Saturday r r.ora .1! jn this and is Off lo 'Frisco Mclntyre on His Trail to Paci- fy at Seattle Epjttlr, Wash., 10. Willie Kiuhie, rtmoving himself speedily from Vancouver, the scene of bis pro- posed with KrnliUe Welsh for the H'bU-eijIit rhainpioniliip, niriv- rd here by steair.rr early tcriiy. en rente to San Cbet. Mrlntyre, promoter oi arrived on business and to see cou'd pacify Ritchie, who says that-his demand for City per cent, of Ibc receipts on all concessions, uas reused, ar.d that he brosc the match for this reason. "1 hold a contract sijntii by is coau-e- North Fork Beat Madeod and Cockrane Beat Cowley-The I Final Match Today Fight at Practically Wiped Off the Slate FRENCH BOAT WON London. Kug.. jsopi. Krem-h motor IVsperjons II.. today lie lirst of the Jntenmloajl motor toil trophy series In tHborne The winner (inisb.rJ the course of 314 ih ilmlu. Marie Leaf, a llrhlsh svas second. anO American ox fl- ed Couut rasimir S- Nan- Jiowskt.- or Lake George, flu- Ished tlilri National I'iltsburg 0 J Hohir.scn, Cooper and Simon ly, Vilifying and Kisher. high winds; T.-bich liavc prevailing marte it impossible io play off thr'- deciding i for lUe Osier cup jit the touniaiuer.t here yesterday ar.d tbe' tejics in the finals. North Korks and j Cechranc. uill dash at four o'clock f this aiternooa. I The to'JinaniET-t started Monday i and has proven a great disappoint- ment, three of the expected vomptti Caught on the Fly Fernie Promoters Want Lucas and Vaise to Meet The Czar "of Russia has named a spcrt minister whose duties 31 to see that a first clsss athletic team is developed lo represent the country rradc famous by whiskers and bomb Cullop, James and Carisch; arid Second gar.ic ('leu-bud 2 S James and O'Neill Johcsoij, and Atti anil Williams. up. The lack of in the next Olympiad at Ber- 19K. Vancouver, B.C.. Sept. looks j tors failing Id today as if Ihe Ritchie-Welsh fight interest shoun by 'Lethbridge ami; was tlefin'iely anl there Is prucii- other points is cot appreciated by rally ihe match belug jthe men who have been giving so j The Hamilton start on Ihejr j palled Ritchie, on leaving for much oi their time to boost this j western lour next Tuesday. They play the t Seattle last night saM he tired of pastime, and while the four teams at Winnipeg Septemb-r 20: at Rtglna 1 'np office fcov for the fieM pro- entered put on a splendid brand oi September 23; at Mocse Jaw Septcm- ,Si. Louis j.NV.v York 10 2 71 moters. Ritchie said heai of the flehl syndicate, said he would repudiate one feature of .tht. agree- ment which had been signed hy Chet J Mclntjre, and Ritchie vrould not stand for it. Vancouver sporls arft loud in sport, the absence of Ibe other j ber 26; at CaJgary September 27." teams deprived the tournament much oi the excitement looked for. j t y On MOP.ilay the Xotlh Forks team anquishfJ Marked be serea points, chie, in which every- concession he [their denunciation of Ritchie, declar- asfcod was agreed Mclatfre in- be bas run out of the match. The FJiid-c, _ j coacesFlon he kicking about vraa "When I VatcouTer.yesterday" I tbp C io 3- Frank Barrjeu, the Vancouver light- weight, more than battled even with Leach Cross recently, Ts sought after by Bud Anderson, th; Oregon meteor. It will be re-r.tmbered that Levcrenz and Kislicr, Ford Sweeney. Bust cm 3 li) 3 Detroit 3 10 0 Mospley, Hall ar.d Cady (i rover, DubUL' and McKck and (libsoa. KerrUf, Sept. Vaise afraid lo meet Lucca f Kight promoters anil fans want to inow will French (lightweight! cliacipioii of Canada) defend his tt so, uliy he does not accept the challenge Iruin Cliatlte (Kid) Lucca for Sept. at Kcruie? promoters wired him Sept. 4lh and learned tliai-the wife was rc- at S on that but me not heard from him since. A substantial sujti lias becji guar- anteed Vaisc and fifty per cenl. of ;he gate rcci'ipts shoulil he accent. Lucca is well Vnown in FVrnie and 3 skilled in the art, has; fought some ot the best thai lie has met in Canada, auu'iigst them Hilly Laudcr, Tommy Ktlbar.e, O'Hrien, rank Hariicau, ami Mlckfv Mcln- tyrc. Lucca is of Italian descent and was oiu in Chit-ago in ISSij, and has een in the gamp siiice he reached the. of years. Chicago Schar.g. 0 Gender 7 I G 2 This put Coclirani-anJ tte by. Crow, but in the finals lor the coveted I UPSET IN TENNIS cament aa far, iras iha defeat of Mai- th6jT3 by Norman McDonnell by the Etofo of C-2, 10-S. Mathews played Al- who M'ac at oce time [laublea cbampion of America, a hard three-set match in the Canadian championships who him. but-bent the man who beat A match will likely be arranged. Tomorrow a game that should he .Toronto, Eepi. of the bis-lil waa posted In the form-of an uc- j of unusual interest will he piarcd sest -jpsets in ice Ontario tennis tour- ciarked cheque 011 a bank Iu San Krah- j rrhen England and Canada will cress {sticks, the teams being picked ol f I course from the piayers at tie Ad. WoLgi-it dsclarea that he is j-cament according to birthplace. The1 was ktted by being kicked by a mare, through wilh the attributes presence of a from 'l-etb-JLady Unto, ht'.was driving in the race at the Wejtern Fair ground's at- London, Ont., on Uaufortli, 't'otlerell and Ega'n Holmes, Lee, Scti'smact Hiaeins. jprdvidctice'.....: Wm. O'Dell, a well-known horseman I Jersey' City 13 and Eanj- figured him oa this form to will, fight no more. have a chance fcv the Outario. His gsme is brilliant at times, bul rerv' erratic. hii recent defeat to his operation for bridge ind'ptter points i appendicitis. He is -goino 10 ranch j FiKiated for this Jame. H promises I.afille, Hrandon a Xaniloch Fair. and -Koclicr I fto be the feature oi the meet. CLAIMS FIGHT WAS FAKED A dispatch from Portland, Ore., has caused qvjte n motion In. circles. It states tbat -Arthur Pelkr has confeFsed to a writer there that the Mi- 'round draw between Toauuy Barns and P-ilky-Iasl 26 Vas faked by Bums, Hums denies tbe allegation. Doncister, -one hundred'and thirty eeventh renewal of the St. Leger Slakes, for thrct-yuar-old coin and fillies, one.mite, six furlongs and 132 yirdj, this being the lait of th; race's, was won today by the rank outsider, W. Hall Walker's bay colt. Night Hawk.'who started ntl 50 to 1. Outsiders filled second and third places. J. B. Joel's White Magic 33 to 1, being second and Capt. J. H. Gretr's Seremono, 33 to.l, third. The winner was ridden by Whealley. Twelve started, also Including the favorite, Louvois, 9 to 9 to 2; Bachelor's Wedding, 5 to 1; Arda, Blrlingham, Curragh, Jameson. Rose- (irill, Mattcson and ti and Williams. I Monday afternoon--. fie horses had wheeled about the heat, Lady Unco.stumbled and fe.ll.. O'Dell was-thrown forward on to the whlfftetree. .-T.he mare sudden- ly reserved her feet, andr- becoming i Toledo excltei, began kicking. One of her j -Minneapolis hoofs 4truck.01De1t. in. the abdomen, j CollKtnorfi and I died, in-a few rminutes. .The j.and horse Is a notorious bad actor. n "13 Mar- t.'olumbus 1 Kansas City Davis and Smith i O'Connor. Cincinnati boxing' promoters dug Mike Schreck of puglistlc I grave the other night .nnd match-d him with Dick Gilbert, whocvtr he E Milwaukee be. managed to tot- j t-r about the ring for 13 rounds block- .591 ...6 10 5 OJmstea 3 6 Allison ant and Kcvcroid jid Hughes. STYLE WITH COMFORT Is a feature o( our rien's fur- ulshlugE, Our shirts fli AS ihey should with no skimping or mt- tcrialB. Our'tollani are tbe el.lp ensy kind (hat tiialile you to Me your He without Uio uaual liulHny aud hauling. You'll Ilka C-V loofcs o( O'JT foralBhinES. You'll like the near of them ler. Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Empreit Block Fifth Street HE MEANS BUSINESS The followlug challenge hand- IfJ in winning all. over the 5Cj ill worfd. .You .can them in ah'011 Canuda worthy and Taslctt. The bookies made practically a clean most of th; 'n9 GItbcrt's blows wllh his face and public money being on Louvols. Naughtoris Estimation of Ritchie and Welsh (Br W. W. Naugbtoal San Franciico, SepL next contest, for the lightweight champcoD- Bhip of the world will take place qa HrlUsh tenibory. The principals will be WIHfe Ritchie, tie tittle holder and rrefldie Welib, is the proud pcs-1 ia this country who couid of the Lord Longdale hell for Welstl If sivca tbe chance, I am' J free to confess that he is more thor- 1 ouzhly a national representative in the British lightweight He has beaten Matt Weils, who recent. ly vaLquLsaed Hughle Xehegan. cham- pion Australia, ar.d that plices him at the top ol the tree. While, I believe Ihe re are several oa the English side of the' frfle to -fOAtn. So far the match hag had iu Etare or trtbwlatloas and trials, .Septemier I -raa the date OTJgmally set, but i out irafrJng antl IHtle lipowledge ol the professional ring, Ritchie made such a cloze thing of it witb Welsh a year, that there were limes Freddie's friends around the rln-g were looking for to hedge their, bets. Jf Ritchie, thfi noTice, could do well .against tte talented Britisher a coupie of rears ago H IE far from pre- sumption on RHchie'g part to figure body. The referee was com; stop the slaughter in the 13th to savs the pudgy Schreck from murdered. Speaking of obtaining money ur.rier false pretenses, any pro- moter wouFd book poor Mike Sch- reck for a fistic combat, shoufd bt sentenced to making rope or brooms for the novcrr.rr.tnt for the best part ipelled to i 1 ith round I Sr: 7 12 to nt lo the plans sprained auk- ithan Kltcbie. The latter has that he can tiold Welsh safely under hown hlraaelf to be the best altered conditions, relsht in America. Hc.haselde-l Rjichie has ha-J much experience ed a raeellng with Harlem jatnce then and Iia3 the confidence V on the that I a should posgcis. while lip and Casey Walker and Miller. Second Indianapolis 80 St. Paul............... 1 7 2 Hurke anrl Casey Ctaajicr and The New York Gisntc played an ex- hibition game at Toronto yesterday, the GlantB winning 10 to 3.- Toronto's sensational youngster, Hearne, took a turn in the box against MB own team. He slated for the'Giantt' roster next year. Here's the score: New York 10 10 3 Toronto 3 9 5 Xortluveslorn 2, 1'ortland 3. Victoria lr Tacoma 2. Fromme. Hearr.e, Schauer and Wit- I IMnrVp to 2nd ls a i ls "nj Scwabb 1.U wit', W. i f .......I ,nd Gr3ham. J the wrenched foot is rllht again and itev articles havg been drawn yp, call. j; ing for a tout oh September 20. Wellh Beit of British Sleek j concealed about the flghtlcg game lie Ad. Wolgasl a return match But teea and H thnn he was .it Ihe time of the last meeting, Bu1. you always ctll. Welsh, BMEBALl JA3LES fcaliir w. While the. has held, and 5'Jll j of )t. holds, that others among tbe world's lightweights are as much entitled lo a.cracic al the champion a Welsh, the Welsh-nilcMe match naa j while he has had a eelbacks conn-jmnialid, for better orjas health Is concerne'I. has been RO- 'i lo wail and see what] Ing strong lor several months. His perforraacco xvilh Wells is auffkcnt Rltchlt Should Knew lo show that Freddie is far from a At a ftT collca he took Ad rilling to concede that he Is the contest staged In against Wblsh In weakling, for Welsh Is an niggeil New York Phllailelplila I lilrago i'itlsliiirc Boston lirooklyn CincCnnall SI. Louis Freddie Parker, of Iccal soccer fame, playing for Bellevue ag- ainst Coal Creek, last week, In the Mutz Cup series, wit the victim of an toon after the game ctarleJ and unable to come back. Coal AlHCriCni) Creek won 2 to 0. Philadelphia Thert is a movement on' foot to Clovcland chase Bill Hurley out of Ihe Western Washington Canada league. The Saskatoon iloM' ager can win pennants, although he Detroit I, 57 Cl 71 7S SO So SO If. SI 57 failed this year, but hit ways ol beat- Ing the other tea.-m to it are coarse, and Sam of Calgary, It head- ing a movement {.i "can" King Wil- liam for a year at least. The leajue would go up a notch in public eJtlmj. lien if players of Hurley's type were tabooed. The great i.. Yorkshire handicap7 run over the ano" six fur. lonjs of the St. Leger course, was won by Capt. F, Forester's four-year- old (illy Civcrtside, by John p'Oaunl- Flneaor, who tta'led at 5 to i. Tylt. 4 to I, mi second and Grave- lolte, 100 to 7, third. St. l.onls iv Yorh CC 57 51 K .571 .531 .141 .431 .412 P.O. .CIS -.558 .31! Smokeless 85 S3 SWEENEY'S HIGH JUMP RECORD STILL STANDS Sparling Editor Her.iW: What Is tho worltl's record high Jump and who roade H? .N. I.. McLean Raymond, Sept. S. To the ticst of O'.ir the record ?tt by K. Kwccnr-y at York In 6 fi. Ftlll stands, fnchc-j Jlc jumped cd In to tbc Herald olftce for publica- tion: HR.VIUE heard that Mr. jMcDonaTd, hotel proprietor, Coalhursl. (s irllllTiK i.o back his bar lenflcr, .Mr. S. Mc- DonnSd, for to boat any uinn In CoalhurBt. n. O. WingT.Tj Is willing to take him on to bor a match o! leu, fifteen or twenty round, or a tinnout on the prairie to a finish bo-jL No ill business only the Herald. Gotch Names Three Stalwarts Who May Battle for His Title Minneapolis, thai 1 have retired from vreEUIag. tVia world's champioiiEhtp title Is open. There Is no man 1 would rather bold tb? title lhan Henry Ordeman, of doubl "whether be ope sLECcessfuilir agaihft'such big fellows as ZUyezko aad 'ilaJucioui." above slatemeni' was mricle by Frank Gstch before-tha greatest 'wrestler'ot all lime left Minneapolis for his home In Humbolt, Continuing Gotch said "After beins baijly injured ".in. a matcli .with last winter, sbowcd Ills pluck back cad bcatiug both and Ctmrley Cutler in the iprlng.- 'JU Orde- "nas aJao beate.i Dr. Holler, Fred Bcell anil other Americans'of leeeer Import- acce, he is naturally the heavyweight champion of America. "Oriietnan Is still's young man, the best years of bte nTcstHnu career ahead ol him. lie may 'find' niioselC these days, and liecomo a world beater." Henry Is an fellow, and would bu pojnilar with.the public as a champJoii..T would 'suggest and it (ft for world's.championship during the cbmlng season." Anno.uncing the opening j of our new Fall Styles in Suits and Overcoats. McKelvie McGwire ;