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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LK'rif BRIDGE DAILY HERALD .Friday, September 15, 1911. WOLGAST-McFARLAND FIGHT OFF j ILL: OR-TS PRRIS-FLYNN FIGHT TONIGHT S. 0. E. AND CALLIES GAME LAST NIGHT WAS A DRAW Second Round of Wright Charity Shield Scored Goal Each --Fast Exhibition of Football With Honors Evenly Divided Twenty minutes after lime, last eveniug's football struggle opened'at the referee's whistle, and JOT ou-e hour and a half turmoil continued and emlsd as unsatisfac- torily as It had toegun, the full time ecore being The score will Indicate tho ovyimws of the combat, though looked at In halved the S. 0. E. team had tho better of the firet half, the Callies proved su- perior ID tli-fl stecoiid. At 6.50 Callies kick off, and 'AJcooh tries the first shot -by drop- ping on easy one in on Maclntyre. Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN 'o sanies were played in the oricnn league yesterday. one thnl, rolls his way, but thirty sec- onds later he moots his Waterloo, when Alcock emerges from a scram- ble hotly pursuing the ball, and zips the nets with a cU-an, fast drive. u-s eivuing the score a half min- bvforo the whistle sounds for Hosto half-time. York This half closes and the monied gather together in small proupy. and money passes freely, hct- t bving about even. NATIONAL pHUbnrg .........000 001 8 i LMiiraso 1 010-2 G 1 Butteries OanmiU ami Simon Urowii and Archer.1 ........Old 010 ...000 000 Second Half At the institution of the second ialr, the hull is led down on the left Jy Oliver, and passed for a shot, but Thy Sons get the leather. and tr rush, hut before any shooting is done. Easton displayed his prcwress, and hurtles ball through the air into safe quarters. takes a foul Parker places himself for a try, but bfOOre ,B a few ,at iu tacfe. EMton steals the leather, and tin? and tbe bal, goes of gam-e Is Trail on. Banneman makes foul on Holberton. aud the bail goes out of play. Oliver aud McMur- tie come through with a fast, rush on the left wUig. 'but ihvj former shoots considerably too wide. Mut- ton taies the throw-In, and Farris Fives the baJI a ride into left fi-eld. It takes a tbur of the field, and then returns, as the S. O. E. down for a try, Clarice missing a couple of tushes that looked dangerous. Later he takes a long shot, aud shoots a foot over the bar. Holberton gaf- fles thVi sphere, and lands ft over Chienpo and Gibson; Ri- chie, Mrlirtyre, HicMer and Archer.. ...001 001 If! 2 ...030 Oof) OOti-13 16 2 Bat tern, Weaver, llopg and Raridun aiathewson Cnuidall and Myers. RUGBY First Practice Last Night Huge Success-Good Turnout like a winner horo or sure.. Last evening on tho Bar- racks grounds some thirty knights of the prolate spheroid lined up In bat- tle array and went through a number of those mclce-Hkc manoeuvres which is tho spine of the great uutmnii game. The Canadian style was pltiyed antf seined to meet with general approval niid it is altogether likely that it will bo permanently adopted. A few formations were tried, then thorough work-o.ut in passing TECUMSEHS Arrange to Go After the Minto Cup Expect to Win Toronto, Ont., Sopt. nents wero today for the 1'ecunisc'hs, clmmpiolis of the N. L. U. o leave for tlie coast next Tuesday night to play for the .Minto Cup on -St. I.ouls .010 030 000 M 0 Cincinnati .012 010 001 12 3 Laudermilk and liliss Suggs, Caspar and Clark. St. I.ouis :...........300 Cincinnati .................031 Batteries Overs Wingo Caspar and McLean. thai passes away quietly and nothing results. This half fails to produce anything of a spectacular nature. During tli-e greater part of the time, the ball is either kept between the penalty lines ]or pat Into play after repeat- Louisville Tolecio AMERICAN ASSOCIATION the run was indulged in. Tackles wcro attempted too. but the work was voted a trifle too severe for the first nislu out and it wns allowed to slip by the boards for the evening. There was class to the bunch that turned and willing to team. There were a few among the number who have had experience lit Kngby, but tile majcr- ity are in need of tuition in tiie points of the game. A goodly number, how- ever, have vi fair knowledge of the gridiron, either under Canadian. Amer ndiunapolis Joluriihus Mil'.vankee "ilinaPapolis out of play. of "lc Il8lf' during the last ten min- utes the Callies press closely, and The First Score trj- fen. ijkely shots that are ponnc- Holberton gets In a trip. Easton ed on by the vigilant S; 0. E. defence taking the foul, but nothing results, and tbe goal is nvjver in any imme- Wllletls gets a likely one from a mix- diate danger. Several corners aro up, but again Easton saws the mostly in Sons' territory, but tion, panting the leather far infield, ['nothing telling results from these. It is pounced on, and ten quickly up Some good individual kicks are pull- tlie field in a fast rush. Willetis ,in his endeavor to clear, shoves it in front of goal, aud Patterson takes a at close rang'e, and the Callies have scored nunrTwr one. When the tall Is again faced, it hovers for a term In S. 0. E. ground. Firth making a foul, aud the take-off looks dangerous for Coles, but ed off, but til's game lacks in scientlf- combination. ur ing shadows Finally, as the ev- are making impos- ...llfi 000 .....000 000 ....101 000 ...000 100 .....000 000 006-6 .....230 110-102-13 ........113 000 ........311 100 11 21 5 3 7 4 13 2 0 0 9 S Saturday, September 30th am! toiler 7tli. Premier Mclirido, can or English rules, which though of i different nature is not so diverse as to seriously hamper a uniform style being perfected. The players wete mostly V. .M. C. A members with a sprinkling of out- siders who were invited to join in. D. M. Christie, president of the T" club, who acted as coach, was well pleased with the turn-out of play- ers and can see nothing to it but a howling success for Rugby in Leth- bridge. .Monday evening is the next practise the a groat many more players and aspirants are expected to put in an appearance. The same invitation which was ex- tended night to those who are not members or the club is gladly given again; Get aro.und as soon afte six -as possible. Rugby is the greatest game on the At list of sports for the spectator who Baltimore 021 100 12 2 enjoys a healthy and clean tussle o and 'itv .....200 000 4 3 .......004 000 EASTERN Hochester 300 13 2 Buffalo 000 000 C 3 No other games scheduled. Exhibition Game Barfs it easily. Then the play falls back Into Scotch territory, and a Placed corner is put in by Lee, only lo be hurled qulelcly out again by tho vigorous defence of the Callfes. Easton again Jumps into a mix-up, und to stretched out for a half-min- ute far a poke in the ribs. As the goes Into play again, Parker Ehovea in a. hot one, that rolls harm- lessly by thy post and i-he furore sub- 8id-E3. Some nice work is then shown and 3fcMurtio and Oliver try another the watching of the game close- 'y, ih-o sound of the whistle signaliieu tho closing of ine game in the unsat- isfactory condilion of a tie. It was a clean game. National h'a frcling, and the Irish was not lacking rush, the latter slipping and Injuring his knee for a time. The S. 0. E. try another rush, -which materializes j Allcook, Into a good shot, easily captured by I Qurr. either, was given considerable voice en thr side liiw, hut at no stage of rame wag any dirt Indulged in, refereeing impartially aud with firn.Tress. Aljout two hundred braved the 'breezes of the "evening to witness thi game. Fcllcwing are thte line-ups of the respective teams: Callies MacTntyre; Bannerman and Easton; Glenn, Whyte and Hut- ton; Moore, Thompson, Patterson, Me Murtie and Oliver. 13. O. Farris and Firth; WSHetts, Ohlswick aad Clarke Holberton and A. aiaclntyre, who -meeta it with swinging drive. As the ball seeks centre, the ref. dees some tall stepping to keep clear of the Ehe oaXt ten Jminutei the 'game Ifigs a little, and nothing'of a dangerous nature is .pulled off, though th-s Son-3 keep -pressing with deter- mination. Evan Up Lee takes a kick, and shoves the leather weH down, and it Is met by Maclntyro, who -rushes out. Two minutes later he picks up another Davis. A STRONG BOOST FOR CARL MORRIS CHANGE your brand for the Scotch Whiikey that deserves high reputation. At all dealers. BUCHANAN'S C. O. RpBLIN, TORONTO Ciiudlin Morris, the Oklahoma giant, -who is now in New York, may be a world banter says a Gotham writer. He is the 'biggest pugilist physically in the ring, and if Jie turns out to be the man to lower Jack Johnson's colors he will earn enough money to buy the town of Tulaa, Okla. Morris has dark brown blue eyes, a rather prominent nose, square jaws and a thick neck. His head is well shaped and the facial expression indicates intelligence and courage. The shoulders are won- derfully developed, the chest and back display graat lung power and the seem unusually long, the reach beiftst eighty-four Inches: Morris carries no surplus flesh about he belt. Tbe stomach shows plenty if musr.ular development and the valst Is not too slim. The legs are veil developed, long and solidly con- tructed, but there's considerable flesh ibout the upper part of the thighs that have to come off. The big fel- ow's hands are enormous. When he oubles up his fists the kDiiclilcs b.ulge ike bunches of iron knobs. His ristf, forearm's and biceps Indicate reit strength. In suite of his size he loves around without n sign of awk- rardnens and Impresses one Immed- atcly with his apparent self-posnes- ion. .Morris isn't inclined to lull! much, no is inndest and retiring when put under a cross-examination. He doesn't proclaim himself a world heater hut says he Ifl doing his beat to develop sufficient flghthiK ability to warrant u match with Jack Johnson. Morris is scheduled to'meet Jim tonight in New York. Tickers, Frock fc Payne; Works and ana muscle with plenty of slcill and brains mixed in. It !s of excitement par excellence, by heck! Standing of Clubs M. C. A. MEMBERS Physical Director Wilkes will be in his office every day except Thursday of next week, and all NATIONAL Won Lost P. to make an appointment .with him at once, a9 the Chicago 77 so made before the 'end of the month. Philadelphia GO CO Cincinnati Si) Ti .451 Brooklyn SI 76 .402 BMton 3.1 96 AMERICAN Philadelphia 38 45 .662 Detroit SO. 53 .602 Cleveland 70 61 .534 New Tgirk 70 64 AWle By L. H. WILKES, Physical Director Y.M.C.A. 68 68 .483 fia 69 .483 56 79 4] UNDER WATER .This class of swimming vecy St. Louis.... 31 95 TRAVERS MEETS HIS by trying to stay under water longer than their strength would aJlow iem, in order to secure 'the prize. Some have injured their lungs while Rye, N. Y., Sept. The chances that the American amateur golfing title will cross tlie ocean to England were materially Increased when in doing the feat, and have 1 lad to be rescued from drowning, lence It has fallen into In case of a drowning accident, It old H. Hilton finished the first half of his match today with Jerome Travers, of Upper Montclare, with :i ead of four up. A crowd of more ban a thousand followed the Hilton havers match but it was only at tho Irst hole that the American hail nn advantage. Their wero fol- lows: 40, in 37; total 77. 40, la 43; total 84. HILTON IN FINALS Englishman versus Halse for Ameri- can Championship Tomorrow Rye, N. V., Sept. finals in the Amateur Oolt Championship at M'awamis Club wero reached today with Merrio England's nsplram. Har- old H, Hilton, a deckled favorite for .ho finals tomorrow. Hilton's oppon- ent today was Ohas. M. Halso, of iB.vl Club, New liqcholle, a sturdy me- .hotllca! player who has novor been regarded a factor In championship but a surprisingly ivho has developed ctrong gumc. becomes ifccess-ary that someone should dive and swim some distance under water to reach tho drowning person, so that a reasonable know ledge of underwater swimming is valuable. The main poults are to keep cool and not get excited, to hold one's breath as long as comfort- ably possible, to Improve on each trial, and not to attempt too mucl at once. In .practising, first take a deep In it; inhale asaln and expel the second time, compressing the diaphragm1 to completely empty the lungs. Take another deep inspir- hold it by the tongue and upper part of tho throat, then dive. The stroke is the same an the ireast stroke, except (lint the are turned completely outwards, and the head Is lowered. First strike with the legs, then with tho arms, alternately; this will insure speed, and a greater distance ran bo covered than by any other means. vVo kind of swimming requires a more careful course of training lo become, proficient In, than does uityivr- walor tisfi Columbia, is trustee of the tro- phy at present and another will be appointed shortly. Tlie Tecumsehs will go straight through to the const on the L'.P.H. and will have n week's rest before tho first game. It will not be known until tomorrow night who their opponents will be'. The Tecs consider their chances of lifting the Cup to be first class. They know the calibre of the play- era composing (ho Vancouver team and figure out that as they could al- ways beat them when they lived In the east they should be able to win from them on a western field. The Indians are a wonderful "road" team, lot having lost a. game away from !iome this season, and Ihcir friends lope they will maintain their record on their trip to tile coast. Tlie Tecs, will return via Chicago, where they an exhibition game on the ALL OFF Wolgut ind McFarland, Won't Fight and Morris Milwaukee. Sopt. In no change in the pugilistic situ- ation hero today. Wolgast and McFarland apparently light tonight. All eyes are now tred on the Morris-Flynu bout, New York. merlcan Park grounds, with he windy city champions. They will Iso play matches at Calgary, Roghm ml Winnipeg, if the necessary guar- ntees are forthcoming. EMBERG WINS DONCASTER CUP Doncasler, Sept. Dtmctis- er Cup, two milee and one furlong, for 000 sovereigns, was won today by Falrie's Lemberg who started a favorite at 9 to 4 on; Kil- broney, 9 to 2, WHS second; Adalie, 100" to 7, third. CATCH-AS-CATCH-CAN WRESTLER WANTS BOUT A wrestler signing himself Cliic writes to the Herald from .Milestone, Sask., with the intelligence that ho anxious to meet any wrestler in the country at to .160 catcU-ns-catch-can styie. pounds, CHURCH Doesn't Want to See John- son Mutilate Wells London, Sept. Non-Con- formist cluirches aro determined ,lo irevent If possible tbe scheduled .fight jotween Jack Johnson tiombar- Her Wells. The articles call for a championship attle in London on October 2. Tin 'eneral committee of tho national ouncll of Free Churches 1ms been ummoned to meet Sept. 29 to devlso lie best steps to be taken by those' pposcd to the fight aud exhibition f the picture films. There seems a probability Hint the rotost of tlie Non-Conformists may esult in stopping the contest. The minium of the Ixmdon county conn- 1 has written to tho licensee of the arlscourt exhibition warning him if the contest takes place it may seriously imperil a renewal of the license. A meeting of the direct- ors of the exhibition has been called to consider the council's warning and a heated public controversy is expect- ed. Many lending men, even among the religious bodies, contend that box- ing, as practiced in England, is a clean and justifiable sport, and It is needless to apprehend an exhibition of'brutality. tf About Clothes FOUR THINGS, all of which are in full view govern the average man's selection of Clothes Style, Color, Pattern, Price The two most important points he trusts usually to chance, viz: PERMANENT Fit and Tailor- ing. Tnese are the features you can't see. That's the reason we so strongly urge every prospective buyer to look for the label "Fit-Reform" f that's your guarantee of the quality of the Tailoring-of the inside--of the parts you cannot see Hit Reform Tsfew Tall Suits. Progress Brand, New Fall Suits. Pric- es to Every finished your measure on the premises by an ex- pert tailor. Hats v Christie Fats and Caps. Mai lory Cravenette Hats. John B. Stetson Hnls. What You Will Find in Our Furnishings and Boot and Shoe Departments The Gco. A. Slater Invictus shoes, prices to Dr. Jager Under- wear, Sweaters, Hos- etc Shirts arid Collars. Welch Marge tson Negligee Shirts in fine flannels, etc. Underwear Wolsey and Stan- field's Underwear. McKelvie McGuire The Leading Clothiers Lethbridge ;