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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIYBKIDCE DAILY HERALD Monday, September 11, 1011. LOCAL CALLIES BADLY BEATEN O-R-T-S VANCOUVER LOOKS LIKE CHAMPS CALGARY ELEVEN GAVE LOCAL IE Marypllous Speed of Motor Boat Replayed Bennett Shield Game Easy Picking Home Team Lethbridge Had Opponents j Tie at Half Time Score 5-0 j to The Herald icd by the two backs, he took li'e ball! SeV 11-U.SS ti.au Jon the'run ami fired it only a couple spectators viewed the replay- inches hish. A grand centre from ed game between I he Caledonians of.McKwen was allowed to go bcsgiiliT. Cal-arv and Lethbridge in the Ben- none oi his comrade hems up. l V v L k .THE. DIXIE JS OW THE. stiff t wind and lumpy IttWta goal was not .u IV, wlnuer of Into, n l k necianv "ashed in a shot which Woods had to; national trophy. >d his leg the match. com.cllllg lvitl, I his hand. A good run by the Calgary 'forwards was ended by McLean shoot- 'liig over. From the kick-off Straus "l the ball and with a beautiful drop- ig shot beat Woods for (Tie iliird igoal. .Many moments had elapsed ''before Calgary got the fourth 'from them for handling and when, tricking Raislioi-k and two the homesteaders got up, Williams I am, gMng lo robbed .by Bannermau. The -was very but triere was excitement when tho Calgary lying the burgee of the .Motor Boat Club of America, cov- ered an irregular course of twenty- two knots in 33 minutes seven sec- onds. This was at the rale of 39.S6 nautical or 45.8 land miles an hour, ROVTtTD. the fastest speed that has yet been shown by a gaaoline driven craft In this country and the best that has yet been made in competition in the world. fine game.. centre -ehowed up well. Raisbeck, the pivot, was without, doubt the pick. Calgary lost the toss Bnd consequently had the sun to con- j tend with in the first half. Two at-j tacks by the visitors were sioppo'l i Games in the Big Leagues i centre hud no difficulty in finding tho Scarcely had the ball been sot D-vs jnotion again when McCarthy got the got in front of thegoal and ,rul Wm1 completely g-Ame sor bo Chicago Cincinnati .Mclutyre, Cheney auggs and McLean. NATIONAL (Saturday) 000 000 200 000 4 0 and Xeedham; NEW WESTMINSTER WENT DOWN BEFORE VANCOUVER BY 3 TO 4 Vancouver, Sept, 9-With a lead of I next Saturday's will govern posses- one at three-quarters time. Van- sion of the coveted hut a cad couv'er todav oiltplaved Westminster! oi one goal today is not ven con- in the final quarter Oi a profiling la- elusive. Cii. tho other hand, ,ru just nipped.it in the nick of.time and Woolls for the fifth timu. Th iiMtch at the Queen's Park, Westminster. The red shirts ol the I I'taser rivei town failed to come back cleared. Then Williams got' past the Calgary won a very decisive victory. iiaoks and gave the ball to McCarthy vrho with an open goal shot straight across the month, the ball going out of play. The bombardment of the vis- itor'E goal came w'.ieu William's trick- ing Bannermail, p.ut to McCarthy, who immediately fired. Wood threw him- eelf at the ball and turned it round the post, ii good save, tho re: lilting ]to ,iefcat on Saturday evening last be corner, being only cleared with diffiC'il- THE LETHBRIDGE VERSION OF York 300 000 i; finish, though it was liellit urooklyn 000 200 15 0 Tie game. Crandall. Wiltse, Jlath- ewson and Wilson; Ructer and Er- wm. Second game econ The' Lethbridge eleven went down st 000 000 2 .010 OJ1 S 003 020 11 000 000 tavor of Vancouver at- three-quarter lore the Calgary Callies at the latters city, the score at f.ul! time being n-0. 'Calgary succeeded in scoring all its! (Sunday) goals in the last twenty-five minutes i Q1, or 010_. l the play. UP till that time M0 9 3 bridge had them beaten and especially steplp Im1 y mostly around the visitors' the part of thc secoml half Gardner and Simon.' ire bombarding the Cnlgary goal and! uolt' looked likely to win. Calgary then some of the rough- on Hieir own grounds and the final rouqd of the four was a victory for Vanootner. Tlib Bcort Jvas 3 to 3 in minster will he playing next Yaiicumcr, which is a distinct disad- vantage to the home loving Salmon Tilt: attendance today did not in- dicate a fixture upon which the Min- to ci.p depended. The crowd was barely half as large as on Labor the game Manager last'diaries Welsh and Con. Jones ap- rulh" tried rtes-Voached the press representatives time and in the latter spasm team "scored one. During the each i Ray. Before ty. Later Calgary threw another scare into the visitors, which McLean j caded wide and the ins'ide after Wood a hard ground io stop, but he did it. The ball iioslly around the vi------- .___ good header from Williams null to, dealt with by Thru Loth-1 Iridgc men two hut both v.-ere got away. Frankio Mcrwun Kaisbecit and running in isdvi: Vvoods a shot which the lalter did rot know what to do with. However i'e kept it o.ut with his hands and as McLean and Jewell rushed up he kick- ed the ball between them. A mistake by Ccoped It in Moore who was run- ng for goal and things were looking lllllitlLLa n rsriniitju-i to score, but Vancouver and passed a few caustic comments tubun......000 000 002-. 2 1 plaved 'ras in better form than usual, upon the rumors which hav, ten, cir- Wood and Bresnahan; Cam nil, and fashion nnd successfully but not too jct.laUng regarding he Iramc up Simon. ualpahlv stalled until the final whis- between the cluhs. .Jones oRered o 'tie Hew The total score was -1 to 3. give to anyone who could Though Vancouver had the better j prove that such was the case. Tnouirn Vancouver nan me _ o( in ahont thc proportion Westminster dropped Pat Feme for F- Murray who was placed at center, how while Vancouver dropped NTick Car- came witl.------- est tactics the locals had ever been made the victims of. Three men in quick succession were forced to re- tire fro mthe game. These were Broil- nan, Raisbeck and Oliver. The lat- ter recovered sufficiently to resume his position in time, but the other two were forced to remain out for rest of the game. The Calgary h.uneh! Chicago flio Inf-nl hnvc nnd uspil I AMERICAN (Saturday) Cleveland 260 100 0 1 St. Louis 010 000 10 5 Killer and Easterly; Moser, Hamil- ton nnd Soutluvick. the r.core would indicate, thc no very definite lines on the Minto cup will go. The score of today's .name and that oi cover point. total! ter for Billy West, who wa had, for the ball was quite ten yards off l he mark. Half time came with the score sheet blank. The second half opened with two cor- nuu ......_ ._ ners for the visilors which were both the roughness and 'tis stated that he of no avail. Then R-aiabeck not give the best of satisfaction. Oilhooley, the latter had not result was that during the last .....'--1- "ii1 rtr" the Calgary eleven tal- 000 010 1 000 000 I'OSt 01 Ule game, j lie wv got right after the local boys and .used Mullin nnd Stanage; them up with rough tactics and kicks j Block. on the ankles and feet. Referee Gib-1 SOD of Reed Deer seemed blind to i wash! ton Scott 3 1 4 2 and exert himself unduly to -get rid of his opponent, The visitors were showing the better combination and were more often dangerous. Raisbeck put in a fine shot, the best of the game, but Gilhooleywas not to be beaten and Immediately the Calgary boys rushed McLean lifting the -bail nicely in the air for Williams to -head through amidst great excitement. The centre forward was loudly applauded a little whlls Inter, he had the hardest of luck again'in an attempt. Closely attend- twenty mi lied .five goals. Following is the Lethbridge line-up: Forwards, Moore. A. Raisbeck, Pat- erson, Mcll.urtle, Oliver; halves, Glen Whyte and Brennan; backs Bannerman and W. Raisbeck; goal Oliver. "I want to see the head Qf the said the peddler. "I'm sor- roplied Mrs. "but the baby Is asleep just now." 5 2 Xew York 000 001 000 000 11 2 Walker and Street; Ford and Blair. Philadelphia ra Boston, no game, rain. (Sunday) Philadelphia 000 OilO 6 2 Boston -'00 000 5 1 Plank. Krauso, and Thom- O'Brien and Williams. 3 3 Stanage; Blanding Detroit 000 000 010 000 10 Cleveland 000 000 100 000 5 Donovan and and Easterly. GOTCH DODGES WELCOME H.umbolt, Iowa, Sept. Gotch dropped into his home town like a bolt out of the blue to- day. It 'had been planned to give him a big reception on -hia re- urn, but Frank couldn't see It that way. Hence his unheralded ar- rival. Foot Racers Matched For Pincher Fair Pincher Creek, Sept. addi- ional attraction to the advertised iports on fair day (Tuesday) will be or matched race for 550 a side between McKELVIE McGUIRE, KOCHESTER CHAMPIONS WILL PLAY PICK OF OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE CLUBS The All Star ieam of the Eastern eague, which will p.lay a on series of seven games with the Rochester pennant winners, has been licked. Four newspaper men were eft to do the selecting. Players from club in the league, excepting locliester, of course, will play on the earn. They are: Pitchers, Duhjic, }rennan, Burke. Dygert, VIckers and Biiropus Jones; Bgan and Cady, catchers; Jordan, first base; Atz, sec- ,-as placed at, base. ,nd base; Dolan, third base; shortstop; Demmitt, left field; Miller, centre field; Elston, right field; Rath, utility infielder; Murray, utility outfielder. The manager of the team finishing 'second in the race will be in charge of the club. Toronto will land in .that perch, but Joe Kelley, manager of. that club, Bays he does not desire the job. MAY STOP THE BOUT Sheriff Go Savors too Much of Prlle Fight Milwaukee, Sept. Wolgast McFarland, 10 round, no-decision box ing contest scheduled for September fl.om Milwaukee that champion Ad 15th, here, will not be permitted i Wolga.t is flirting with tobacco Sheriff William A. Arnold, socialist, of Milwaukee county, can prevent it. iar Matchmaker Frank A. M.ulkern, of the National Athletic Club says the bout will be put on according to program and that there will be no Interferes Wolgast Not Training Chicago. Sept. comes CORINTHIANS IN CHICAGO; Chicago, Seut. of (occer I, football enjoyed themselves to ihe'y Imit at the exhibition of the Corlathltn football club of Loqiim.V England, at grounds of Park Bluw at Fifty-second College avenue, when the ors defeated a representative team by four goals to nothing. There were more than 2060 In. they all heartily applauded brilliant work of the English uallers. The game, played in two. halves of forty-five minute. proved too long an argument for Chicago boys, who tired towirds the finishing half. The second half was featured by the brilliant work ot the five English forwards who oompleUir outclassed the home team werr min- ute of play- 'The in the Chicle Mittofr during this period, and had It .not been for the wonderful at Roberts a} goal, the scor. would hayo run into double figures. Brouillette, of md Harry Watson, of Spokane. Brauil- ette gives Watson a start of fifteen feet in 100 yards. A meeting of those interested Chicago 300 022 13 _ ..i. St L'ouis 210 000 1 3 tlle erection of a curling rink for the White and Block; George, Mitchell' u-''' and Stephens. Nro other games in the American League yesterday. k ce. Two of -the socialist aldermen arc indignant at the course taken by the sheriff. Sheriff Arnold at an interview to- lay said he had an opinion from Dis- trict Attorney Seobel In which the of- coming winter will be held on Wed- nesday evening. If expressed inten- tions count for anything, the roarin' game will bo a popular pastime here wuthor conditions tend that AMERICAN ASSOCIATION (Saturday) Louisville 000 101 S Indianapolis 002 00-1 10 Second game (5 Louisville 5 Indianapolis ODD G Colum'nu-j Toledo Ul. Pniil Milwaukee 000 000 5 001 000 6 020 000 i 100 100 11 ficial cited the statutes governing that there will 'be inter which makes-a Qr lhat soraethjrig wm hap- of the iriw a penal offense or a to the battle from taking of not exceeding nor less than Standing of Clubs Today ?100. .Matchmaker Mulkern in a statement says he believed the district attorney and sheriff must, have been misin- formed as It was never proposed to iiold anything more a boxing contest, such as has been decided by Wisconsin courts to be legal. Second game- St. Paul Oil 000 Milwaukee Minnen polls Kansas City Minneapolis Milwaukee Louisville Indianapolis Columbus Toledo ooo 010 New York Chicago 2 tPittabtirg 1 Philadelphia 1st. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL 102 000 H 1 301 001 11 i (Sunday) 000 300 000 000 ..100 001 2 0 302 20-1 001 100 000 000 A lot of papers arc carrying umn Interview wUli Hans Wagner on several different things besides his Injured iinkte. Wnsncr never lalked in hit life to fiii u coluiua, 4fi 48 56 58 62 68 92 92 .626 .610 .576 .536 .516 ;465 .270 .270 AMERICAN Philadelphia Si) Detroit 79 Cleveland 63 Now York 70 Boston, 64 Chicago 63 Washington 54 St. Louis 38 .654 60 61 67 67 78 92 .489 be training week with Packey McFarland. If the about the champion are not exagger- ated there will be little sympathy for if Jic fails to come .up to the expec tations when he faces the stockyards fighter. Wolgast said he would resume his hnrd work today, but would knock of" training for good Tuesday. In the meantime McFarland is work ing hard. Wolgast's actions nothing to to with him. The champion WILL IN place. DETROIT The threatened exodus of the Amer- ican league from Detroit has begun. The holder of tho popcorn privilege at the Tiger Park has surrendered his franchise and removed lo Chicago. rir." fTStrSor sr: Out After Bunch of New Slab Artitti All In Manager Hughle Jennings made an announcement which practically means that he has given up the battle for the pennant in the American lea- gue. He bus said that the Tigers must have an entire new pitching staff, and after conference with Presi- dent Navln, telegmms were to several clubs from which Detroit cently ihns purchased priie pitchers for delivery at the end of the season, to ship them on tt once for Imme- diate work. Evidently there is some- thing going on behind the ncenes, too, for George Mullin told newspaper that he would never pitch anoth- er gmme for the Tigers. He feels that he ban outlived hit useful- Detroit, Hint he would not go on tho coming trip with the tcnm, ball mitt, TYRU8 BANG HOME THE NINTH, BRINGING f DOWN THE HOUSE Ty Cobb is not going to be a min- strel man, as was given out some, time ago, but will try to take the part of a real live acttr. He has signed contact to appear b, "The College one of George A-de's comed- ies, but instead of the play being football story. It will rewritten suit the baseball fans. Ty will coina, up in the ninth innin, smash out a home run with a co.uple rf men on basei. No one could do it better. tonic for fcuilJini up i (faring oaanlf .MkyowwiM CILBJEY S INVALID POlRT IMstributi Wine Spirit ;