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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF LETOBPIDGB DAILY HERALD PARNEY WILL GO TO MONTREAL liiy. .Seplnnlw il, MM I. S-P-OR-T-S FAVORITE WAS THIRD IN ST. LEDGER Prince Palatine Won, Ly- can Second and King William Next Doncaster. Eng., Sept. lopes of Lord Derby of inking at least the last of ths classic races to- day were disappointed, when his King WilUum could not do better Swimming Hints AT By L H. WILKES, Physical Director Y.M.C.A. STOPPING FIGHT AT MILWAUKEE A Leading Light in the Theatrical World than third In the St. Legor, behind T. Prince Palatine, and J. n. Jc-el's Lycan, who finish- ed In that order. Dsspllv; his din-1 appointing form shown in the ear- lier classic races. King William start- ed a favorite to 4. hut both tho and second were well back- ed at 100 to .10 respectively. Giving Jtway twelve pounds, Prince Palatine came within a head of winning the To become a poo'i swimmer, a .Kood stroke is the most important !ae- tor. a.s in all other kinds of swim- T.i'ic lulsl of the edge oi thr bal'h, Liaeim; slioulder fiiiainst sidt' ofhalh, I t raise to surface lying on side, toes pointed straight. Draw up the i knee of the upper tr.wards the j -hin, then extend it full li'ncih with j mi oniward motion bringing leg hack I in a straight Hlu- with hotly. The under leg is llit'n hcnt backwards and j then forcibly kicked forward in a j straight Inn1 with the body. The tin- j iier leg is then bent backwnnis and then forcibly kicked forward in aj straight line with the body and Che j oll'er leg Tiiis completes tiie icg t stroke, and shoulil hr practised until Ihe learner ja'ls the movement ac- curalrlv. Then push nil' from side Biennial at Ascot, and though bath and turning on side, strike out with legs, at the same time thrust' the under arm forward, hand in pro-! nation, nhilsl the upper arm, still I under water, is slid hr-yond tiie un- j 'ier and ibi'ii round to the justified the confi- o[ and crown" could he have stood his of arm touching paration. Tlie summary: forehead. tlu> propelling part of The ST. L.EGER STAKES, of I slrok'1' being I lie same as the side sovereigns for throe-1 Mroi-e. The resistance oi the air is Ihe stroke al the completion of the I leg.s'.roke; in tiie meantime while, j Hie less arc contracting for their i the under arm is drawn I downward towards the hip. j The overhand side stroke is very j similar except that the upper arm is j jrais'i-d out of water and thrust! tfummtn At the Majestic Friday and Saturday Night Gamts in the Big Leagues been at the head of tho pennant winning team, mil Hamilton set Ihe pace three seasons ago, when Jio guid- ed 'Ills 'Medicine Hat valiants lo the championship. Lam it was grouchy Bill Carnoy who, despite hi, uncouUincss toward umpires, knows how to conduct a hall team to sel re- sulls.-ied tho pennant winners. Hill took the fhi'n to Calgarv as an emblem no7h hif-'ablllly lo emulate Hughy Jen- not be staged tomorrow night. Hack, John J. Mcd-.iw and Frank Chance. This year the re- cord of the Bills has been sustained by Hurley, who, with his all-star ag- gregation, has won the piece of that .Vloose Jaw residents will KM at with pride in the Tribune. moo l, EXPENSIVE TRIP v v .5, PARNEY SELECTED To year-old colts and fillies. One mile, six furlongs and twelve yards. T .Pilkingtcn's Prince Palatine I J. B. Jowl's Lycaon 2 Lord Derby's King William '3 AMERICAN Cleveland 001 11 2 Detroit 000 001! 6 2 Kaler and Easterly; Summers, and Stanage. less than. Hint of the watt-r, so that York 000 000 3 -2 greater speed can be gained by the j Philadelphia 100 Mil) 7 5 latter than the former stroke.' The st 003_6 right .stile is the hesl side lo SB-Jm-j-chicneo'.......'010 000 100-2 on, as jrrcaicr freedom is given 10 AIHson and cllll.k. ,jjenz? Wnile the action oi the heart. Block. Represent Alberta at the Montreal Meet Edmonton, F. S. Parney, of Edmonton, hay teen selected as the Alberta representative to the Canad- ian championships which will be held in Montreal on 23. Parney is one of the best short distance 'men in the vest and should make a good 5 record in the Canadian cham- 6 ,pionship Panrey will Provincial Amateur Swimming Contests to be Held at .Washington Boston 100 001 7 i 000 000 '9 2 and Street; Pape and Will- .ms. The Alberta amateur swimming championships are going to be decid- ed this month. On the 2Sth and 2a the Calgary Y. JI. C. A. will conduct tt< provincial meet, sanctioned by the A. A. A. A. All registered swimmers In the province are. entitled to com- pete. The prizes are of an enticing excellence. For first, a silver mount- er} iEhield, fully engraved; for second a silver medal and for third a bronze medal. All are fully engraved. The events are as follows: Seniors "1, iwenty-five yards race; 2, fifty yards race; 3. seventy-five yards race; 4. One hundred yards race; 5, fifty yards, breast stroke; 6, fifty yards! back stroke; 7-, long plunge; S, .neat dive; relay race, 200 yitrds, 14 men lo team.) Juniors (15 to 18 years) 1, twenty-five yards race; 2, fiftv yards race; 3, fifty yards, breast stroke; 4, one length, back stroke; long plunge; C, neat dive; 7, team race, 13G yards ,4 boys to team.) Juveniles (12 to 14 years) 1, twenty-five yards race; 2, fifty yards race; 3, one length, back stroke; 4. one length breasl stroke; 5, neat dive. All registered amateur swimmers in the province are entitled lo com- pete. Information and entry blanks may be obtained from D. Emery, secretary-treasurer, Calgary Swim-' mlng CIwb. Entries close on the 25lh. NATIONAL Cincinnati 010 001 8 2 Pittsburg 003 010 7 2 Reid, Compton, Humphreys and jClarke; Adams, Hendrix, McKernie and Simon. Philadelphia 000 000 7 0 Brooklyn 000 000 4 I Alexander and Walsh; Barger and Bergen -and Erwin. New York 100 Oil 6 1 Boston ----'___ Oil) 000 3 a Brown and Raridan; Ames and My- ers. Chicago vs St. Lo.uis, no game. likely compete 100, i'l'O 440 yard events. SUES PHILLIES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 002 010 3 3 St. Paul 000 101 S 0 Bourbon Whisky "OLD CROW" Distilled and bottled by Messrs. W. A. Gaines Co. of Frank- fort, Kentucky Is the very finest produced in tbe United States Sold and Recommended by C. C. Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. Importers 4O7 and 4O9 2nd Avenue S. Milwaukee 000001 2 .Minneapolis 002 001 10 ilndianapolis 400 401 10 Columbus 000011 C i Rochester 000 100 5 J.Montreal 001 200 13 i jnnffalo (Toronto 000 002 S j Providence 001 130 11 I Baltimore 202 002 11 Enters Action for for Being Ejected From Grounds on August 28 Philadelphia. Sept. Arnold, a hasehali fan, who was eject- ed from the Philadelphia National eague grounds on August 2S, during a game between tlie Chicago and Phila- delphia teams, today sued the Phila- delphia hall club for J5.000. Arnold is alleged to have called Mordecai Brown "yellow" and it was stated at the time that Brown request- ed the removal of Arnold from the grounds. Umpire Klem stopped the ;ame and had a policeman eject lokl. Arnold's complaint is that lie was lot allowed to see t'he game to which Vancouver Amateur Lacrosse Cham pions Going After Mann Cup Vancouver.. Sept. little jaunt that the Vancouver Athletic Wuh lacrosse team proposes to tak'a :o Toronto next week in an effort to land llw Donald D. .Mann cup. repre- senting the amateur lacrosse cham- pionship of Canada, is an expensive md'ertiiking. It will cost in the neighborhood of to "end the team east. Tlie senior amateur lacrosse cham- pioiBhip of the Pacific coast was won on August 26. when the V. A. C. defeated the Victoria amateurs by the score ot 5 to 2. The locals have travelled through the season with but a single defeat, that being.hand- ed out by Vancouver early in the sea- son. Their record shows six wins, four from. New Westminster and two from Victoria. WELLS IS MATCHED Crack Engljih Lightweight Will Meet Abe Attell Soon New York, Sept. Me- Uonajd, manager of Matt Wells, the English lightweight champion, an- nounceci tonight that he had mad's a match with ,vb-e Attell. the feather- weight champion. The boyj will at Madison Square Garden on Sept. 20, weighing in at 135 at rive o'clock that afternoon. McDonald will leave for .Milwaukee tomorrow to challenge the winner of the Wolgast-McFariand fight Fri- lav. PREACHER BREAKS RECORD Dover, Sept. Rev. .Mr. Swann sculled skiff across the English Channel, .from Dover to Cal- ls, this morning, in three hours and ifty minutes. This creates a record a performance of this kind. Should Win According to Jimmy Britt's Story Milwaukee. Sflpt. H.-_-'Ad east, who meets Packey McFarland Here tomorrow night in a t round Is fho lies! ImLllor of Hie hour. The chiimpina' works behind ;t natural flefence, whan standing with his forearms cro.v sed before his face, his chin sunk 1.0 his breast and his body bent over- after a crouching fnKhlon he repre- sents a veritable Quecnsberry ono caimble of withstanding an Httiick from any and Hi) or the present day'' paraders in the in pound dh'ialon. Wolgast's courage is that ot mountain lion. aroused to lighting pitch his'lips form into aii animal like snarl, feeling of pity or mercy leaves Ills heart, and, poH. sesscd of a blind fury, he lunges into battle, a battle that can end only when- his opponent lies 'helpless before him or tlie champion hi hi self lias been fcll-- cd to the floor, beaten .until the suvago within him is temporarily deadened. "Ad is. in a way, a miniature Lang- ford and his confidence in his own ability is one of his greatest ring as- set-3. It is told of Ad that in an ex-' hfbition bout Frank Klaus iho spirit of battle became so strong with- in him that he threw away all cantloir and actually tried to outslug the Pitts- burg middleweight. This well ilhiE- .rates the point, that I am trying to nuke. The champion knows no fear. -Ie is ruled 'by an all-conquering de- sire to beat down the man that ho Inds in -front of him. When Wolgast.; s finally beaten if ever he is we may: a sensational scene like n the Vernon ring when Stanley groping pitifully abo.ut with both' yes blinded, was finally crushed to' he canvas by Billy Papke. The foregoing is the tribute that- immy Brltt, former California Mght- championship aspirant pays to. al Wolgast, the title holder. Standing of Clubs Today Chicago........ en Hoston........ R5 Washington 56 St. UJiiis....... 34 NORTHWESTERN Seattle..................... c 7 EVERYWHERE City ndlanapolls...... "2 St. Paul fill i CANADIAN [St. Thomas 3 Guciph Berlin fj 9 Mamilion G JO finintfon] London j Second garni i IJrantfnrd 3 [London Victoria Spokane................... Vancouver vs Tacomn, rain. MONTE ATTEL MATCHED TO FIGHT JOHNNY DALEY Xfcw Orlcann, Sept. tai, former hanram champion, has been matched with Johnnie Daley, .Jersey .City hanlnin, for n ton- rouiul KO before flic Orlcnna A. C'., October 2, according to announce- iirant. ;