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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Pftgeft i.FTirimTDGB DAILY Y. M. C. A, GOES IN FOR RUGBY OR-T-S Tuesday, Scomber 12, CUBS CLOSING IN ON THE GIANTS LETHBRIDGE BREAKING ,'INTOGRpON GAME Y. M. C. A. Organized Rugby Club Last Night and Will Promote Game Immediately First Practice Thursday Evenirig at Barracks at 6.1 5 i strenuous game, the !ant subject? to come under that calls for the brain and ,he I was ,1 e m "i brawn and is appropriately tvrmedlto to F 7, the sport of the gridiron, -jaw its i American I birth in Lethbridge last evening. Some swieraliv' WILL GO TO ENGLAND Calpary. sopl. mei'llng of the Hllllmrel esc- v onlhv held in die liillliurst club bouse last nlgiii il was th- riileil to make (lie trip to K'ng- 'ami this winter. Tlv i.eam will ii-aiv on September -I and will on the C'liliinphiiii at .Montreal on LINCOLN BEACHEY THRILLS SPECTATORS AT BOSTON MEET pnun rnn SOW FOR thered at the Y. .M. C. A. at elf same belli" nl o clock and took definite toward and Edmonton "it 0 deV iTt'- organisation Though the organic j which' shouH' be ,la i o oeis of the there was a number I Kiisllsh rules The i i--n of outsiders present who were allow- over with We. o h e ,1.0 Co "i cd to discuss matters, and thy re is i Popular dpiiiand which cat! hanHv v i Same coniinK here to stick iMhe en-1 been held 'uo Presemm thmlasni of the meeting may be tak- No Suits Yet as a criterion. I o! the ga _____ Di Jl. Cbrtetie was iilecred prwiifcnt lhv opinion of the meeting Eer> on lntl comrary. the lone H. Nicholson vice president, and .loin' "nifornis were necfsv-ilated the soorc'il Chicago came more i Eddy secretary-treasurer. An eili- i organization at (lie start i silock else. ranee fee of twenty-rive cents i be so they were tiJ twenty-rive cents win i e s libers to defrav die initial I for the present. J charged men: expenses and an assessment will be levied as required, which will amount over tbe entrance ftae. Play on Barrackj The barracks will >be used, which though a little rough, will make a good gridiron. Monday and Thursday Next Thursday at fi.15, the first practice will be held. Prospective members of the Y. M. C. A. who wish to learn the game and become asso- ciated with the club are cordially in- vited to Join in. This practice will be an open one however. The seiec Games Outside rugby and were but waiting for Leili-1 bridge to start somelliiiifr. With the i INDIANS GOING TO CARMANGAY the Crow's Xest line, it is felt. Great Outlook Theie is for rugby in Southern Alberta where op earth can be found more ideal weather for the game than that. which Southern Alberta is biesoed the fair committee and [be same billed as a head liner. The' Games in (he Big Leagues THE CORINTHIANS a of THE WATER OF QUAUTf B wherever gentle-S men dnnK-or. for home by all grocery Specify >t by 91111111111111111111111, C.C. PAGNUELO WINE 4 SPIRIT CO. Lethbridge, Alta Nelson, Lake and Clark; U'alsl Hovllk, Scott mid nioclc. _ Second game (1 St- ''ollls 000 ft 2 Chicago f. 0 Hawkes and Stephens; Hovllk am llloclt. New York 100 100 n 10 Ihlladelphia MO 030 OHO 12 17 0 Washington 500 000 T G 3 llos'o'n 100 000 6 4 Johnson and Street; Bushelman and Williams. Detroit vs Cleveland, no of Clubs Today Won Loit p. C, ew York 77 49 ,525 hicago 76 4t ittshnrg 76 66 .676 Jhlladelphla 6S 58 .640 NATIONAL Philadelphia 100 000 3 S 2 Brooklyn 000 000 S 0 Curtis and Carter; Scliardl and Erwin. incinnati ooo 000 a 0 ijl 000 S 0 Promina. Boyd and .McLean and Clark; rteitlbach and 69 .461 Brooklyn 60 75 .400 Boston 34 93 .570 Pittsburg -.s St. Louis, ichedllled. game New York-Boston, no game played. Lincoln Tieache.v is giving a bright future jn Up CarmaiW prepared to] f.he aero meet. Friday he r; ut.m unc i ne seiec- AiiK-rta iy uicstied Uon of a manager has been deferred I in and with basolnTI until n ii_. I (Vint hn it ..._.. "Ml, until a dat-e for obvious reasi ons; however, President Christie will take charge of tna squads Thursday evening and hy (lie way, let it be em- phatically understood that it is nec- essary to be out on tinre aa tiro even- ings are becoming short English or American? football and lacrasse sleived for the should procure a hold hich will make it one of the leadin- Pastimes of the sporting realm of the south. Next Meeting next meeting- of the y Jr C club is sat for Thursday evening aft---' bring home the kale. EASTERN Buffalo (100 000 -Montreal m 200 Second DUKXAX cor or speed in aHltmk rising feet I. flve tnlnutes and nf.een seconds, or which h re eenod the Brst prize of ?300, He ascended to a height of S.700 feet the bown n scries of dips and rolls that kept in ,be grand'shiud a, lield on tipioe, with their hearts In their mouths. AMERICANS LIKELY TO GO AFTER ___ _____TENNIS TROPHY Sharp tests Americans Lead 'New York, Sept. P. Dick-son tod A. E. Beamish, of the British Isles challenging team, today won tha doubles match, the third of the inter- national series to select challengers tor the Davis cup. They defeated T. G. Bundy of Call fornia and Raymond N. Tuttle of'Xeu York, in three straight sats, 6 to n T to 5 and i! to 4. The match was rlayed on the turf courts of the .West Side Tennis Club. As the series now the Americans have ivon two points and tlm British Isles team one Another point gained by the Ameri- cans will entitle them to go to Aus- tralia to meet the the Davis cup. Tomorrow the match- es In singles will .be played. It was .remarkable steadiness of the Brit- ons which held the American jtelr In the doubjes today. This coupled wltn their terrific speed, by which tlrey forced their driving, caused to overtake leads of 6 to 4 in the second Bet and 4 to 2 in the third. Both Mckson and Beamish directed their attacks chtefly at Bundy, and they forced his hack hand at erery stage, but ths ball travelled so fast from the British rackets that any of tile rallies were and the Britons forced matter, a way. am! ....._, their total of outs and nets ivhlle was only ANXIOUS TO MEET ARNST FOR THE WORLD'S SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP Toronto. Sept. Durnan, sculler of America re- turned .home from Rainy River. Ed- 'die i.s modest over his feat of outclassins his opponent. He did not do better ilian he expected. He is well pleased bis treatment out there, particularly after the race when his victory was .well tak-.'ii. Durnan's one ambition is now to beat Arnst for the championship 'of I the world. He will at once enter Into I negotiations with .him to have a racer on Toronto Bay earlv next year Promoters the face many .him last night, asking what u is that 'he men of the expenses he would ask to come here. Eddie remarked last, night that he had only a couple of years at most of rowing left in him and he would make FITZSIMMONS IN A CLASS OF HIS OWN CORNISHMAN'S CAREER NOT DUPLICATED IN ANNALS OF FISTIANA FIGHTING AT TWENTY-SEVEN AND APPEARED IN RING TWENTY YEARS LATER. Buffalo Montreal Newark Providence Second game- Newark ...___ Providence ___ Rochester Toronto Second game- Rochester Toronto Baltimore at Postponed, wet 53 to the -Americans n, H the only one Of the four omceace. ,n cteing ,V rets A Americans Likely Looking 'nto boxing "coming into its own' as Tim .McGrath says and with a mark- Jed scarcity of fighting talent staring iromoters in the face g how it is that the _ disappear so quickly from the scenes of their activity The sport-hungry fight fans keep every effort to win the worltl'a cham- pionship title before he retired. "where are the cracks of yes- r? Why can't they be located and urged to return to the game? Surely the glove play with old masters nameut for America and BARKY rte, ng fian the am be teurish efforts 'u UUILb are OUTCLASSED NEW ZEALAND CHAMPION OARSMAW AT PUTNEY i Assuredly mjny good ring: men have gone out of commission and. the fact that the majority of them turned their backs on the game before they reached London. the "g6 of thlrty five is testimony Hint course today, Ernest Barry, champion 's a Profession, siitillyr of England, tii-reated II. 'or America and entitle this roclay' Er'iest Barry, ch.-.mpion ijiuieosiou. country instead of Rritaii siitillyr of Engtanii, tii-reated II. j ntzsimmon's Whirl send a team to Australia In Dccemno- fne champion! A glance at their records makes it to challenge for the DaTis hy two lengths. At the half that old Bob Pitzslmmons was tanca Pogwalliod hy two lengths but jtho "-ondei- of fighters at all a8es jtlCCGSS In rlntiklrt__i_. between tllPI'O ntlrl R-Ti-n'o I ttfir nulv ..ic n u..t__c_.. twenty, and was regarded as a gooc old "has been" at twenty-one. lie. petered along a while and dropped completely out of thu game at twenty- three. 'How old was Jim Corbett when lie won the was asked of the writer recently, In order to head off similar querius I posted myself regarding the and going of all heavyweight cham- pions from John L. Sullivan's time. vhen he became champion under the Jim Corbett under the Quecnsbsrry system of milling. Corbett was twen- ty-six when he became world's cham- pion, and he 'held it until he was thir- ty-one, giving way to Fitzsimmons. 102 103 18 000 Oil 7 2 000 000 2 101 000 11 000 010 6 000 040 9 Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland New York Chicago Boston Washington St. Louis AMERICAN SS 79 69 70 65 64 55 36 52 60 62 'J7 CS 78 0-1 101 {110 6 000 200 5 0 100 000 6 100 020 S 0 Jersey City, game grounds. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 005 000 s 1 -do......... 100 000 g 3 Minneapolis 030 003 ]6 Kansas City 000 020 010-3 13 vs St. Paul, game post poned on account of rain. Indianapolis va Louisville, no game scheduled. STAR ATHLETES OF MANITOBA FOR THE EAST Fitz, as I have already stated, became heavyweight champion at thirty-five, and enjoyed the distinction tor two Jim Jeffries was twenty-four years old when he defeated Fitzsimmons at irom the Untnh racKou that when visiting plawra who T Bundy and Tuttle attempted to lobb ready bSn. Berlin London I Second game Berlin London....... Hamilton St. Thomas CANADIAN 6 13 16 10 7 3 S 0 5 2 6 DUKE CONGRATULATES Toronto, Sept. II.-The Duke of Lonnaught has cablea congratulations to the rt.C.y.C, upon the successful de- Mlidirig of the Fisher cup by the yacht Patricia, which is named after "prln cess Patricia of Connatieht. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. team to represent Manitoba "In tha Canadian Athletic Championship will eave for the east Saturday night The cur representatives are the strongest ever left the province and west- rners anticipate that at least two hamnionshlps will return with the earn. Joe Keeper, the Indian, will tart In- the three mile and other dls- nnce events. Armie Howard, the colored boy, will attempt to cirry off the hundred and two twenty sprints. K. C. Blair It entered (or the half and Jack Breckett mile. Every man on the team a itar performer. Howard li looked ts for new Canadian record! as la aUp Casey Bhiir. The team goes east under Trainer Billy Law. HORSE BILLY BURKE A NEOORD, Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. mashing marked the first day's races t the New York Fair today, the enth regular Grand Circuit meeting f the season. Billy Burke nnd Span- ih Queen forced to the .utmost by he European marvel, Willy, trotted be fastest three hc-ats the world has ver seen in the Chamber of ommerce Stake Tor trotten, hich was won by Billy Burke. The me was 2.04 1-4; 2.04 1-4 and 2.04 3-4. Maurice J3, McUuglilln defeated Sat- urday, and McLanghlln will face Cllas P. DIxon, captain, and star of the al- three and Foswcll scnl-l L'iv, did not know when to stop, led well up to Ihe half but after ttat Only a couple of years ago he took IVI'u j ____ ,1. e FoeweM won the toss and look the .Middlescv side of the course. At times he Inorcnw- Smokeless Powder Shells 1 "LEADER" and "REPEATER" The superiority of Winchester Smokeless Powder Shells is J! undisputed. Among intelligent was a gen-! eral fear Hint that member of bis face v would become disfigured. Collins'I nose was badly lacerated by the blow, j and i couple of stilchcs ncrt.s., anry to draw.the flesh together. yond a small scar, however, the tor who attended him doea not lleve Wiat !n> will be dlsfiuiircd. iti-J feared at first that his nose badly broken, but such urovcd not only thirty-thre' Sam Langfoiil, yet Jack Is Yo.'ing Corbett who was a bright and shining tig-lit of the Queensbcrry realm a few years ago, is but thirty-one, and Terry McOovorn, who is also on the retired list, apparently is the Hume age. Tom Sbarkey cried enough of tlhe ring a twenty-nine. Bat Nelson, who is only twenty-nine at present, has to admit that he was no longer the durable Dane when lie went under to Ad. WolEtiet on. Rich mond field a year and a iialf ago. Abe (liiju.ij on the ctise. U'lirn ho was seen the accident, Kddie said thai he felt a pood deal worse over the loss of the Same than over Ihc cut. j Toronto, Sept. Charlie Qnarrie, captain of the Tecum- sens, says that no matter what tlio result of the meeting of Ihe directors at Montreal to- morrow night, over the .Mon- trenl-.Vntlonnl fiasco, the Te. Attell, who is Just twenty-seven. Is [evidently of Iho opinion that lie shonlr jnqt be asked to tackle the youngsters his class unless he is well paid for taking the risk. From the look of things at present, ciimsehs will leave West next Saturday for the night. 4 Ihe promoters will try lure some' of these old-timers back Into the game. Something will have 10 be done that mutter or classy contests will Ihe few and far between. The new men who are worth paying to sec are no- torlously few. Old Smuggler Great Body and Age in the Glcnlivet District of Distilleries in Scotland, from the finest of Scotch Barley. DIRECT Craigeiiachie-Mivet Distillery Co. BANFFSH1SE, ran kg had f C. C. PACNUELO WINE AND, SPIRIT LETHBRIDGE, lor to Jin anil DtHrla. ;