Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHRKinGE DAILY HERALD September 20, 1913 MARSHALL LOST TO UVANNI ON A FOUL Spectacular Boxing Bout at Cranbrook.was Stopped in Eleventh Had Best of it From Against Decision (Sptcisl to tbt HsrsWl. Ctanbrook, Sfpi. !0.-.Tht hnrinc CQKtui here last night, vlich wis adrtrlised u bout for The oS bftww Joe L'THfinl of Great Kalis, Difi Marsball, of parts, sat awarded to tLft Great Kails man in the eleventh rousd ca a Jod after cat o( the best joes j-ei 1-nfkii ofl ia-thiK ciir. The joag soUEdrd at 10 o'clock Ed. a heavyweight i't coiisiderthle ring ability as tel- Jn the first round, Uvanni led continually, arid placed some good Irfts lo jiw he pptaed up a.n old tut over the eve, wiich Marshall had ifcslvcd wbile training. .SKCOXD ROtJXD-lt commenm! T lib wccnacges of and rights to Ite Marshall strikes hard to the left eye, I'vaoni retained with upper- cut to is.w; L'vaaoi swings, neatly avofde-1 the Marshall places a neat straight lelt to thf face; Uvenni arswprbg it in the sarr.; maactr. Vvannl'J rouaii. THIRD ROL'ND-Uvanni again leads lefts to face, right to head and left to stomach MartMl is applaud- ed for his plucky attempts, places a oj-jplc on the ribs, h'-it- lelt doej not seem to te of anv I) a little trouble atoul th- clean breads iroai clirches. Marshall Is waVmed for striking in cliDChej. The roirad la lairly even, Kit TJtansi works easy, while Marshall's elolls are more laborious. FIFTH Marsball. igaia neatly avoids some fast ones, for vhich he is roundly applauded. Uvaici. .fcon- males h'Ksell !elt at times acii his opponent li bleeding strongly from n'ose cut over lett ear. EIXTH-Maishall is plucky and i trying hard, but .Uvaoril leads. EEVESTH-Uvanni Jeada with left to lace, Marshall plants a good om to ribs. Both men are righting strong ly .ind this Is the test round so far F.IGHTH-Marshall Is lading now fighting hard, but UTaaril is.not content to stay on the defensive MK. H. HAWKER AND HIS comrs back round about even. Both rctn are (eying to ilay a and ihe raps to d and body are no love touches. Marshall is frequently warned about striking iD clinches. is abo'Jt the samp as tfce but- Marshall 'ails to up fcls blows. ELEVENTH-Matstall lias constantly (com the first round, though not badly hurt, and cor.ifs up preUi-xed. He placts a stiff right to jaw and for a lew moments has tee champion dodging thcrisg, i has teen Uvaaoi's Cefct all but Marshal! has improved cousiiier- ably the last couple of rounds acd acd ths croTs d encouraEei bini- THE KXD McMahoa, toward the close of ihs round, called the fight ofl and awarded the decision io Uraimi on a foul. The Marshal! supporters were furious for a tew noxents and trou- ble tbre.itfHfd. but' popular opinion' supported his decision. Marshall's fd'uls had been iiequcct acd he had been warned several PRELIMINARIES DRAWS Tto preliminaries, of which there were two, fast and' pieasics- The first was between Young Kay and Scotty Thompson, the other Eddy Hanky, of Marysville, and N'atbaii Barntardt, ol Cranbrook, both lesult- iflg in 2. PKON'OUXCEMEXT BY BURROWS la the maia erpat the master of ceremonies ancounced that of Queeasbury rijlts would govern, clean breais, aod two to constitute a clicch. Uvanci and MarshuH both weighed in at 15S pounds and oa en- tering the ring in turn were well each having battled here be- fore. Jim Burrows was introduced to the audience aad explained that- be claim- ed for himself tfce Canadian ch If his pupil, won ihe nght all right, ii not, he, Bur- rows, would ncei'UTacdi. Dick Lu- meets Hyland next moath, was tteii introduced. OFFICERS DECIDING AN OLD-TIME BET IN ENGLAND Portsmouth, Ecg., Sept. 16. A Rpnnt of 105 raids was rua this af- ternoon br Rear Admiral Sir Robert K. Aibutinpt aad Captain Eric ct the British In (tlfiltatnt ot t bet made bjr them twenty years figo, acd Uie captain Kon by z _ yard !a-the eicsllent time ol tirelte sec- onds. Both ogcers -were serving In the jPacific ocean, on.board the in 1SS3, when a challense was given Jacd accepted for a vace to be run on I tfce sams day, years later, j Admiral Sir Hedworth ileux I ranriiancJer ol ttc Warspite at- the I tirce .of'thi wiser, and was. state I holder, today-.Rear Admiral Arbutb I not is 19 years old and Captain Bad M8. .THE LETHBR1DGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After "ALBERTA'S PRIDE? Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a he Is said lo have declared that the reason be called oft the- bcut" villa Welsh was because tho promoters had repudiated his agreement, and did not want to go through with the battte because they had been ocra. pelled to close (he race mee'Jug a n-eek ahead of schedule lime. Chot Mclntyre announced this morning that the syndicate promoting the mill was willing to deposit 15000 In cash with James Woods, manage! of the'St. Francis Hotel "In San Francisco, providing Ritchie would do the same, and leave It to that gentleman to decide on evi- dence submitted whether the pro- motere or Ritchie 'Van the total stake lo go to the party which Woods as referee shouM declare was In the right That would seem to" Indicate the Iwtl promoters 'snow whero they stand', and it will aleo give Ritchie R chance to not snly clear himself, hut make some easy money by doing so., that Is If be can. Caught on the Fly Lord winner of tha Empire SUte tret last week at cap- tured his lecond race of the csason -yelterday at Detroit, when he took the MTchlgan stake for 2.15 trot- SUMMONS LACROSSE PLAYERS Fred Stajg and Jack Barry, of To- rontos, Accused of Aggravated Assault'on Two Tecumseh Players Toronto, Sept. a result of the last game of lacrosse between Te- cumsets and Torontos this war, two of tho Toronto players were summon td lo-court on charges of aggravated assault. Neither of, the playore >wers in and the case was adjourned till September 23. Tho poliee will have .heir witnesses on hand then, and the case' will'be tried. Fred Stage is accused of aggravated assault oa -Mcbougajl Tecum 'a. Inspector Dickeon, who was at the Island the afternoon garpe claims that ho saw Sfagg kick McDousall in the groin. He de- cided to'lay tho chnrge after that Jack' Barry has a simitar charge against him, only, the man he hit was Carroichael.' He .was chasing Carrni- chael, who had the tali, and brought Ills stick down several times on Car- mlchael'a him to retire Jrorn the game with a severe cut and he would win easily. could not get this advantage he absolutely refuse to' start, -would stand stocfcstill and let the "others If he Circuit from a field of seven, in straight heats. Mr. Hankins was, of course, anxious to see his "horse nan on" his own track, so he had LHtle iUnch brought to Garfield Park and entered In the He won one or two races, al- ways getting off In easily. The next time he atarled he commenced his same old tactics, man- oeuvring for position' like a. "genera! bite and Ibsn rush to the door and on a rfeld of tattle. Manifestly it "ook o'Jt, 1 always had the door kept open so she could see what was go- ng on. She wo-jld walk Ihe siali, .remhle and svreat, and it seemed she ost one hundred pounds in two or three days. would 50 into her stall, pat her and talk to her and argue with her, tell her. she would not be hurt or ab- used, and she finally became convinc- ed and reconciled and would eat up every thing we gave her, and watch the races In the afternoon with as much Interest and apparently as much pleasure aa any woman In Ihe grand stand.' She had reasoned It out that we were all her best friends ar.d would take good care of After that she unafraid and became a veritable militant suffragette on liie turf. Another case that I recall i: that of LWIe Mlnch. He was br Olenelg, dam Ooldetone, owned by Oeorgo Hanliins, of Chicago. He was or.e of he best race horses in the country, and had won on ail.of the prominent racks In the United States. Mr. lanklns had Just tilted up Garfield would 'be unfair to the other horses to allow uttle Mlncb to continue to get off in front, a position he eeeraed to appropriate to hlraselt by thV.rlght of discovery. So the starter called to ono of his liorse back and keep him which was done. Dbwn went the Mag, away. they all but MInch..There he ntooil'like a statue bolted to the groiuid. The next cay this notice appeared on the bulletin board: "Little Mlncb'p entry will not he received' for any race oa this track. By order of 'Col Lewis Clark." And he never raced again. A lightweight battle, of more than ordinary inlernt in the' ranks' of the has-beens, has been arranged for Mil- waukee on October 13 or 27, The two old. facfea >tarc and rivals, Battllrig Nelson and Ad. have signed up for a short bout of ten rounds. RIICI'S FLIGHI (My illie Kitcliic's liirontin'tntal a Ywicouyfr is the tolt ot yport- dom and everyone is u'ecclrring ivhafc rwlly impelled Kilcliic io cut aid tun. Willie says it was because tt.i pronintcis dii cot play fair, so far as division et the niontr accruing of the advertising Is con- cerned, but Harry Pollock, manager of Freddy Welsh, pooh-poohs the Idea. I'ollock known jeau ago In San Kracisro as a youth with Cna o! finance. When Hany ted poor Jack Moaro training tin fcr tLe fight with Jearira, ilunro and PoJIock had iverythin? red out. They knew just whst rs' ecd would be. in any Vied ol a houie from oce ot J5.C-00 'to one so 'that directly Cottroth made known the grosj receipts Har- ry and in an Instant what was coining to them. Pollock- says the aiiv'erihlni; privi- leges which Hitchic made an issue- ot arr.o'Jnlol to but a few hundred dol- lars, anil tint it is ridiculous 'o sup- pose that Kitchie would ruake lili escape op tlmt account when th.'ra was'a sum of lying in lha bank lor him no matter won, lost or drew with Welsh. .coking at it from a commonsenst viewpoint, there is logic in what Pol- lock says nnd consequently Ritchie's explanation of the causes leading up to, his (light are made to appeal! somewhat dfaphacoys. Soras ol the sports here ate won- dering whether the promoters iur.it uj< their minds that the afiair wia not going to prove a money mater, and purposely left the door open ca thai Kilobit might hK (.et- away. APPLEGARTH'S NEW RECORD Runs 50 Yardi In Brother Shows Promise of Btlng a Good One At tho Polytechnic Harriers' Olym- pic Festival, held at the Crystal Pal- ace, London, on August 25, R. Ap- plegarth, the English sprint champion, was successful In lowering the Brlllsii 150 yard dash record of 5 for- merly held bj- Alan Stewart. Apple- garth waa clocked in and a few of the timepieces gave credit (or an even better performance. Applegarth'8 brother, a-lad of cnvtured the Olympic Novice 200 ir-.eli.e.event. .C. E. J. Gunh, walking In beautiful form, captured the metro pedestrian event, hla rallo times nf: 1, Train. Ul-Ssec.; 2, Hrnln. 54 3-Escc.; 3, 22mln. 43 <-Ssec.; 4, Stain. 432-5SM.; 5, SSmla. 472-Eiec.; 6, 4Gmin. 41 2-5sec. RUSSELL BEATS MOORE flw Orleans, Sept RuFSell, of Xew Orleans, outfought Pal Moore, of Philadelphia, In a ten-round no-decision tout before (ho .Vow Or- eana Athletic club here last night. Willie Ritchie Is on hit to Ntw York. When he reaches Chicago, Chirlle White's bacXirs will endeavor to get a bout for their man with the champion. The National Ltagut haBVflhtiy re- verted (hi declilon at Umpire Brtn- nan. Tha game hat been ordered re- played at Philadelphia, with tame cait of characters OR the stage and with the aame setting. The runner ml first bate, one outr and a ball on the batter, with acora 8-6 In favor of Philadelphia. It wai really a fool declalon. Philadelphia it clone on the heels of the GlanU, who require all the spare games. And regarding the coming world's series, can you Imag- ine what would happen were Washing ton to loan Connie Mack Johnson and Boehllng. Macbeth Shall Sleep no More Shakespeare his just mad.9 Lady Macbeth walk In her sleep. "Her cklrt would probably be too light to walk by he explained. How It yo'jr wife going away thla sum- sending Topics. The Calgary, won Al- berta lacrosse championship, and the right to challenge for the Mann Cup by defeating High River on neutral grounds, at Cochrare, on Thursday af- ternoon by a score of 3 to 1, In the first three quarters the teams were unable to penetrate each other's de- All the scoring done In thfc fourth and latt quarter. The out- feature of the game wat the goalkeeplng on tho tide of the defeat- ed team: of a sensation. DICK HYLAND A DRAW' GETS .WITH SHUGRUE Denver, Colo., Sept. Dick of San FranctHo, and "Young" Shugrue, of Jersey City, ivent ten rounds to a draw last night, with Hyland tho aggressor all the way, Hyland was the stronger Rt the finish. "REPEATER" Smokeless Powder Shotgun Shells BRYAN REFUSES TO ADDRESS PLUG-UGLIES Met? York, fiept. of Slate Bryan will not give a from a prize ring In New York, before the Palzer-Jlliler lojlog exhibi- tion next week. 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