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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TiTK LETHB1JIDGE DAILY HEltALD Wedi.cM.ay, 'September 13, BIG FOOTBALL GAME TOMORROW -R-T-S CHARITY SHIELD City league Rivals to Play Tommorrow Night Tomorrow evening promises to mark tho event of another large foot- br.H game In the history of LteUi- lirldgo. This time it is the second round of the Wright Charity Shield match, Uie participating teams to be The Callies and The S. O. K. These teams, when playing against each othcivJiave always aroused great en- thusiasm in the city, and it is cer- tain that tomorrow evening's game will not fall short of the record. The players of each team are in the pink of condition, the Callies, though dbnbtedly bruised and sore from their Saturday's game at Calgnry, are there with the recent experiences, whi Art of Swimming Taught at Y.M.C.A. A great deal of attention is devoted to the :irt of swimming at the Lethbi'Ulge V. M. C. A. Swimming is not only n recreative and healthy ncijuirement, but out that may be of service too, and is now being recou- nt xed with, great earnestness through- out the land. Lethuridge V. M. C. A. will not be in the rear in fostering swimming, and the m'embers will be given every encouragement to pain a knowledge of it. The following hints to learners will be helpi'nl: they, too, may be of service to the experienced swimmer; On 'entering the water immorse iho head os soon as possible. This will prevent headaches, colds, and in some caws bleeding at tne nose. Walk it- long until the water.reaches the arm- pits, and then, turning the face to (he sido of Uie ibath, grasp the of the bath and let the forearms rest on side of bath: tlwn raise tire body into horizontal position, holluw the back, and point toes backward. The learn- er Is now ready to practice Una leg .eni iciiwa, S. 0. E. eleven have been keep-i hecor ing in the best of condition and are! who The legs, being the chief propelling power, must work well and independ- ently of any other member of Uie body. Those .who have a good, power- ful and well finished leg stroke, will better swimmers than those an indefinite motion of tho fresh for the fray. A large crowd of supporters is re- quested to be on hand at the Ball Park tomorrow evening. This is a Charity match and the cause is a good one. Besides, national feeling al- ways lends itrelf in a game this kind to the result that large numbers congregate. The winners of this match play the Overseas, the winner of the first round, in the final same for the Wright Charity Shield. It is sincerely hoped by execu- tives of cither club that lomonow evening's game will not end in a legs in the water: very little progress can be expected until thy legs are pro- perly managed. Thc Leg Stroke Hooping the feet together and tws pointed backwards, draw them to- wards thy body and widen the knees apart, so that the legs are in n squat- ting position. Throw the tegs out wide apart and point Die toes i.tit- ed to their full extent; I hen tile sharply together, so that tl-e inner parts of .thu legs touch. vliey are thon in a straight line with tlK1 body in the position previously Oe- scribed at first. The motion should be continue isly performed, until the legs perform the stroke naturally, independently and properly. The Arm Stroke Stand with back to side of bath, place the fingers together, and thumbs liii'oi the forc-iingcrs. the hand slightly hollowed; palms downward, hands together parallel with surface of the water, but an inch or two be- th-3 wrists touching the breasts, elbows at the cities. Extend the hands to arm's length, thVn describe an irregular semi-circular stroke out- ward with both hands, and 'bring hands to former position on breast. The power of propulsion, however small is sufficient to support fi body much heavier than the human body in such a medium as water. All that is needed is confidence and .ambition, as it is harder to sink than stay on tlve surface of the water. (To be Standing of Clubs Today NATIONAL Won Lost P New York Chicago cas an disgraced the page of piusbur, sport In Uie city on the occasion ofj the last meeting ot these two teams.1 'feeling no doubt runs hish on such occasions but resorting to rough tactics will never bring honor on uny football eleven. T.'.mo' row r-vemns the plsjvrs on erich sJdP lire requested fu be at the roonib i'.t 5.15 as the St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston 76 6S CG 46 4S 53 62 70 C. .632 .610 .576 .535 .516 '.45S Philadelphia Detroit New York he rommenced It is the above stai ting-hour be set in onk'i' to chic-Jgo ich licfore dusk. J..Davis will referee, Boston and it is believed be will be as 1m- Washington as any referee could he. 1st. Louis Tbe S. 0. B. team, will he picked i'lom the following: Chiswltk, Hol- l.erton, Farris, Coles, Clarke, Willetts, Parker, Alcock, Firth, Lee, Gurr, Claj AMERICAN .87 SO ._ 69 66 55 33 61 63 C7 68 95 .658 .606 .530 .526 .496 .489 .411 .258 Games in the Big Leagues ton, Faunch, Jackson ant! Bloomer (not tlie celebrated Steve.) The Callies eleven will he picked from: Bannerraan, Ension. Glenn, Wliyte, Hntton, Page, Moore, Thomp- son, Patterson, Mc.Uurtie, Oliver and Clemenson. 'Y' Corps Tonight Tonight at S.30 the members of the Y. M. C. A. Leaders Corps are re- Quested to meet for luncheon, -after which the regular discussion and class work will be indulged in. All members are requested to be on hand. RESCINDED DECISION OF THE PRESIDENT Montreal-Nationals Will Play Lacrosse for rive and a Half Minutet on Thursday Montreal, Sept. 12. The special meeting of the National Lacrosse .un- ion tonight rescinded the decision o! President Murphy .In regard to the interrupted Montreal-National In- prosse game Labor Day. The meeting ordered that' the five and a :.half min- utes of unplayed time be played out at the M. A. A. A. grounds Thursday afternoon .at five o'clock and that no spectators be admitted. Peter Mur- phy and Jim Kavanaugh will officiate. NATIONAL Uoston 100 000 13 2 New York OiO 120 0 Perdue, Hosg. Griliin and Kling: Qrandail and Myers. Boston 000 002 2 S I N'cw York 321 COO 15 2 Ynnng, Taylor and Math- ewsou, Crandall and Mj'ars. Philadelphia 002 102 B 12 .T Brooklyn 321 300 17 2 Stack, Hall, Stanley, Chalmers Madden; Walsh, Knetzer, Rucker and Erwln." Cincinnati 010 001 7 4 Chicago........ 100 020 8 2 AMERICAN Washington 000 110 10 4 boston 001 111 9 o Groom and Street; Cicotte, O'Brien and Nunamaker. New York 001 COO 1 11 2 Philadelphia 2J2 002 12 1 Warhop, Caidwell and Blair; Coonrbs Lapp. St. Louis 000 000 S 1 Chicago 1 Peiiy and Stephens and Clark; Scott and Block. Cleveland 100 200 003 000 U 5 Detroit 001 002 300 000 17 0 Krapp, Falkenburg and Fisher and Smitn; Summers and Stan- age, RUGBY Everything Looks Rosy for Success of Grid- iron Game Here There Imve been repeated attempts to introduce Rugby football In heth- bridge but lack of propur organiza- tion has defeated the attempts as soon ;is the first enthusiasm of the promoters had subsided. The, stops tnkon at the Y. M. C. A. Monday even- ing to introduce Uie game here liiis every -appearance of being produc- tive of results. The V. M. C. A. Rugby club is_ properly organized, have Die grounds and a membership promised which almost ensures success. The first practice, which takes place tomorrow evening on the south side barracks grounds is open not only to all members of the Y. M. C. A, hut to who care to turn out and indulge in Die exercise which is gen- erally voted us being strenuous and then some. The practice is an open one In order to get the game agoing and to encourage the formation of other clubs in the city. Speaking of the gridiron- aspect of the game it may be said that it is not the gruelling test that' it was a few years back. The rough edges of the ganie which so seriously jeopardiz- ed life and limb are no more. Though there is no getting away from the fact that the gridiron has its dangers, they are not more numerous now than most other games. A prominent lacrosse player, who takes to Rugby with keen zest -too, mis been known declare in favor of the Canadian National pastime for the furnishing of hospi- tal candidates. McFARLAND IS SURELY OUT TO WIN ON FRIDAY t'hicago, Sept. 13.-rCoiiiilluiiig his strenuous campaign to take weight. I'ackey SIcKarliincI put in an- other strenuous day at O'f.'oimcH's. and hit managi-r, Einil Tliiry, liguto that I'ackcy can make the pounds at 3 with ease. I'ackcy goes ahotil his work in a serious manner, but when lit is on Ihe rubbing table Ihe liglil srcnis to be farthest fnun-his mind. Hi', laughs and jokes with the lew friends who are allowed ins his room, and when- ever the conversation turns to the flsht I'ackcy liERicdialcly sliitls it to some other topic. Yesterday's work consisted of pull- ing the weights, skipping the rope, shadow boxing, and bag punching. Af- ter a sliprl rest I'ackcy stepped into the ring with a dusky tighter named "Kid" French. McFarland slammed him about the ring as if he were a novice. French was glad to hear the call of time at the .end of the sec- ond session. "Chuck" Larson then was taken on for a two round bout. Krnic Zanuers was next and they went at it in carnesl. "Kid" Ketch- el then was called into the ring for "bulling" tactics, and at (he end of two minutes Packey called ott tho work. U has thai I'ackcy will remain in t'hicago until the day of the Accompanied by his I miners and rubbers'lie will depart for Mii-.vaiikee next Friday morning and will weigh in at 3 o'clock. The original wlaus calledfor I'ackcy to o1 course you can get a better Fill Suit in Fit-Reform, than you 'can -possibly- get for the sajnc money K If Fit-Reform did not give you better cloth, belter tailoring, better value- yon and other well dressed men would not bivc changed to Fit-Reform. The fact that Fit-Reform is growing all over Canada, U the best proof of Fit-Reform superiority. McKELVIE McGUIRE, BRITAIN LOSES AT INTERNATIONAL TENNIS New York, Sept. Americans lies man on the British loam, won tho right to meet the Austral- The results of the five competitions ians, holders of the which Wio The Individual who Is desirous of complete his training at a resort out- ol challenge cup by capturing the final. cimllengers engaged'.gave the developing the muscular' powers ofjsicia of Milwaukee. McFarlanrt will 'singles of the preliminary matches to-; Americans four points for winning all the human frame, the possession of i work t'oriav, hut he will do nothing] day on the turf courts of. the West j of the. singles, while the Britishers quickness, decision, courage and en- durance can find no place better than the gridiron tor these "acquirements. WOLOAST ASKS FOR KNOCKOUT h'lt road work tomorrow. (Side Tennis'club, of this city, beforoitake one point for the victory in the crowd that numbered more than j doubles in which A. E. Beamish and Duffy's pure malt Whisky For medicinal purposes only. Ap- proved of and prescribed by physicians and endorsed by chemists. Awarded the Gold Medal at St. Louis, 1904 isolutely Pure and Unadulterated C. C. Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. 4O7 and 4O9 2nd Avenue S. to Cut Loose, but After Strenuous Effort .Milwaukee, Sept. Hicks, the middleweight who is working with 'this week, is earning his money as a punching bag. Wol- gast cut loose in today's .training against Hicks and told Freddie to do his best to knock him out. Hicks found that Wolgast has a stiff left which he can work from any angle. "I don't n'c-eil the work, like to said Wolgnst today, "and ij can lay around after tonight and run my weight to 132. I'll whip Packer anyway, I'm -jure of that." gets out every morning for a tramp and a run nnc! loafs from 10 o'clock until noon. The real, work is from three o'clock on, with dinner at 1 o'clock. -YOUNG TIGER MAKES Baiiman, the rect'tiit second baseman picked up np Hughey Jennings, is mak- good for the Tigers. His batting ire is .341 in 12 games. lie has nade 15 hits in 44 tim including two two-baggi to the plate ggors and foirr tri- t Both matches wen! through foiir fast sets, M. E. the young disposed of C. P. Dlxbn, captain of the British Isles team, with while''w; A. Lar. ned, the American title holder, defeat- ed A. H. Lowe, rated as the best sing- C. P. Dixon defeated. T. C. Rundy and R! D. Little yesterday. There was ..anxiety .among fol- lowers match- es began as the Britons had displayed formidable strength, but -the Ameri- cans were at their best and did moro than was expected. FLEET FOOTED CHINESE COLLEGE STUDENTS IN ATHLETIC CONTEST SCOTCHMEN EASTERN Buffalo 6 OJ Toronto 500 001 14 2 Rochester 100 MO IS 3 .Montreal 001 021 7 3 j Newark j.Tcraey City j Providence Baltimore Providence Baltimore 000 012 4 S 2 004 015 15 T 000 000 001 (103 100 100 3 003 .100 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION [Milwaukee ......012 003 Minneapolis 020 000 Louisville 000 000 Toledo 000 010 Kansas City St. Paul Indianapolis Columbus 201 400 000 000 110 000 001 004 Second In'i'anapolia 000 201 7 1 Columbus 000 100 S 0 BURNS WILL BRING LESTER TO CALGARY Calgary, Sept. that the city authorities can be prevailed upon to open the city to tho boxing [game, Jack Lester, .Tommy Burnn' protege, will he aeen in Cslgary be- fore Christmas time. Tommy cabled I to Lester yesterday to "take the first "iboal for America." Tommy Is.trying lo make arnngements now for a; for Lester with P.ueulo Jim I Flynn. and If the arrangements can ibo completed a match between Flynn and Lester will Billed In Defeated Englishmen in Footba Match at Pincher Creek Pincher Creek, Sept. lish and Scotch football teams had j their second football .match at the Grounds this evening. If is hardly necessar yto say that a great deal of interest was manifested in r the game, which was a spirited and exciting one while it I tho players on both sides formed what might be termed picked up teams. As in the previous contest of the scions of these two countries, the. Scotchmen came o.vit ahead, defeating their op- ponents by one goal. According to l.he talk among the-players on 'both sides, the end is not yet in. the mat- ter of football supremacy between the nationalities named as far as Pincher Creek is concerned. HOW TO IMPROVE THE GAME Paul a New York hum- orist, after long and careful observa- tion, is convinced that the i-.ipiring system 1-3 a dead leys to baseball. "If Tom Lynch will listen to me, suckers, I'll save him declared Paul to press box hatiltties onfl day last week. I of the teagne I'd fire all of umpires. I'd let the catchers ca.ll': the, balls and j strikes, because know and have to correct the umpires frequently. I'd, leave otlrer de- cisions tip to the Infieldera. The first baseman always knows whether he has tho ball ahead of the runner, and on 'tl'.'a other Inflolders are closer to the plays than tbe umpire. .That would entirely eliminate the mtetakra we ace mnile frequently. Hardly a day hut what the In- floidera and to correct, umnirtt In addition to their other du- tW y. CHUNG of YALE SHOT PUT. E. W. CHENC of HARVARD HIGH JUMP That the Orient Is making rapid strides In athletics, under American college Instructions, is becoming moru and more apparent. Chinese students from various Amerlcar colleges, are now holding their seventh annual conference at Princeton, N. J., ,are .shown In the photographs herewith In an athletic conlest on the university alhletlc field. Their performance evoked expressions of admiration from the crowd of Americans who witnessed the meet. The track meet brought out many fleet footed, though short legged, Oriental athletes on the nnlvenltj athletic field. As Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Prince- ton, Harvard and M. I. T. all had rep- resentatives, the meet was a miniature Intercollegiate one. There were eBtetol ta_ nil llw big i F SUN of ANDGVFPO. WINNING HALF MILE, KOtOl HM THOHtKK. itMhn, half mile ran, one mile rn.. roil, UM Md 220 tortta, into vault, high and broad jump and shot mt There were also a half mile relay In which Columbia, Vale, Andovcr Cornell competed. Cornell won a close race from Vale. The Amhcrst Chinese Club won Urn meet, with thirty point'' ;how, a prospective Yale freshman, .tis tho individual performer, with four firsts. He cleared the bar at 5 leet 3 Inches and vaulted with the pole 10 feet. S. P. Wo won the broad jump, with feet 0 Inclm. Gold, silver and lironie medals were awarded to the successful contestants. The contest In kite the Oriental students dexterity, was won by the kite by tile Cornell slndents. Among-the siildenls who took prominent pdrt In'tlie nlhletlc contests were M. Y. ChUBR, of lale, whoje per- formance In the shot put event was a revelation 'to the F. gun, of Andoyer, .who won the half aille erenl, nxl K. N, Cbwg, ft ;