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13 Superior Captures Northern Baseball League Flag THE WINNIPEG EVENING TRIBUNE. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1933 Braga Bests Davis in Deciding Mound Duel Blues Capture Championship by Virtue of 5 to 2 Victory Special fo The Winnipeg Tribune BRANDON, Sept 25. The Superior Blue are the champiom of the Northern Baseball league for 1933. They won that honor In convincing fashion on Saturday afternoon In the ndnth andi most crucial game of the play - off series, fcy handing1 the Brandon Greys a 6 - 2 defeat. Behind the steady hurling of Arthur "Red" Braga and the heavy batting of the Wisconsin club, Dick Wade piloted his Superior team to a well - merited victory. Saturday's win wee clean - cut and left no doubts In the minds of the fans, but that the better club won the deciding fixture. Again, It was a battle of Redheads on the pitching mound, Otto "Red" Davis and Braga hooking up m their fourth meeting of the secies. Brandon's big right - hander had won two previous encounter while Braga had been victor In one only. But the chunky Arthur even ed the pitching duel wlta Davis and took what honors there were going by limiting the Greys to nine scattered hits and shading his opponent all the way. Davis was good, too, but Superior, whan they did hit, were strong on extra base clouts. Both pitchers yielded only one base on balls, and Davis gave that Up in the seventh Inning. Best In Pinches But It was In the plnchea that the Superior pitcher held the advantage. He filled the bases In the fourth with only one out, and still not a Grey crossed the plate. Twc were left stranded in the sixth and again In the ninth as Braga refused to give the timely hits that would have changed the entire complexion of the battle. Bearing down tightly, he forced the Greys to hit weakly to waitln - fielders. It was a good game to win and a tough one to lose, but the pen - naut is In good hands. Prior to the start of play, all men hers of the Brandon club were pieeented with wlndbreakers by tie enthusiastic fans of the citr. The presentations were made y Ted Woodley and Fred Nord, ading for the locel advisory commute, and high tribute was paid tin local players for their sportsmadike behavior both off and on tk field. Every member of the teen for 1933, including Patton, fevtnson and Goldberg, who left th team arller in the month, and nusek, Baumgartner and Piet, whl joined the club for the play - off) were recognized by the fans vth the gifts. I Start Early Superior started In earfyto take their lead. They pounced a Davis in the first Inning. Goldfin doubled and Anderson singled.Bcoring his team mate. Arnoviti also singled and went right artmd to third when Vanusek let ke ball roll away from him in cent; field, Anderson counting. In U) fifth, another tally crossed the plate. Goidflne again caused thetrouble by hitting a long triple oveiStme's head and made the circul when Rezotko juggled the thtw In. Kopko's single, a sacrifta and Braga's double sent anothr Blue across in the seventh, and to final tally came in the eight! when Enger singled, was sacrifice) along and crossed the plate on jopko's double. I Brandon got Into the ruitetting column in the second. PleUngled and Rezotko hit a triple d4 - n the first base line to score hint After Relder had gone out in th sixth, Slme singled to left and tnt to third when the ball struck fader's legs and bounded away, t'l then singled to score Slme. Rezob also singled. Kopko then made , great play on Bujacl'a hit, to brtk the rally. The latter had sinsd off Braga's glove, and Kopko came running In fast, to get the Hi and make the put - out at first. Davis had a chance to win his owfc - ame, but he bounced out, pitcher first. ,1 i. ..nCrZ - . a - ' - - I IHaHatS j a. 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Fifteen hundred saw the game played, on a muddy l.eld that slowed op the 9a me. locaTricket season ends Local cricketers brought theli season to a close when the out standing league games were played, the honors going to the Kentish - men for their all - round work In the senior section, while Katoni (who finished second In 1932) an nexed the trophy in the "B" section. On the well - kept wicket at Kil - donan Park, the East Kildonan crew entertained the champiom (Kentish), who took tun points to wind up a good and successful season's work. The homesters bat ting first made a bad start when their opening batsmen failed to cope with the attack of Dick Mes - ton and Young Charnley who In the course of 17 overs got rid of the opposition for 34 runs, bagging 4 and 6 wickets, respectively, Foster and Ingham alone reaching double figures. Kentish found rungctting a hard proposition, the bowling ol Slddorn, Brookes, Ingham, Butter - worth and Brownbridge being anything but eaey to ecore from, the fine stand by Geoff Meston and Hodgson enabling the score to be passed and the closure applied at 66 for the loss of 8 wickets. The Nomads made no mistake when they handed West Kildonan a thorough trouncing, scoring 118 for 3 wicketa to 32 all out. Fea turing the game was the work of Sam Meston who with the ball took 5 wickets for 17 runs and retired with 67 to his credit. Others to shine were Fcrrier, Jfacfarlane, Cameron and Keel (5 for 13). In a heavv - scoring game Trinity took the points from SV Judea when each side failed to complete their lnnThgs In the allotted time, West Kildonan "Bees" won over the Wanderers' "Beee" by a margin of 15 runs. In the closing game of their schedule. FINAL STANDINGS "A" Dlviiion , . P. W. h. D. T. JHl. Kentish 14 11 2 1 0 34 St. fieornei ... 14 t 3 3 1 304 Bt. Tlbane .... 14 t 6 0 0 27 Wanderer! .... 14 8 5 0 1 2Stf Writ Kildonan. 14 8 8 0 0 18 White Rose ... 14 8 8 1 016 Bant Kildonan. 14 S 11 0 0 8 Korea Place ..14 2 12 0 0 "B" Division Eatons 14 11 2 1 0 S4 St. Jude 14 10 4 0 0 30 Wett End .... 14 4 1 0 28 Trinity 14 7 B 2 0 23 Pt. Georges ... 13 5 S 0 0 IS St. Alban 13 4 8 1 0 13 West Kildonan. 14 4 10 0 0 12 Wanderers .... 14 2 11 1 0 7 NEW BADMINTON CLUB FORMED A new feature In Badminton is the formation of the Mall Badminton club at the Winnipeg Auditorium, where 18 courts are now being made with now modern equipment. Showers and lockers will be installed for the convenience of players and visitors; also a tea room In conjunction. The club will be opened shortly and to ensure members plenty of playing, only a limited membership will be enrolled. The rate for the winter season has been made ex tremely attractive and the courts are now open for inspection to prospective members. The club will be ably managed bv C. F. Campbell who plans to devote an opening attraction between star Winnipeg players. ROWING CLUB BANQUET The Winnipeg Rowing club will hold their annual fall banauet this evening, at 6.30 o'clock, t the Marlborough hotel. All members are invited to attend. FOOTBALL GOSSIP Bv TOMMY CAVAGHAN The attendances at Weston did not come up to expectations. Perhaps the cold weather was responsible, but more than likely It was on account of the lateness of the season. However, there Is sure to be a better turn out next Saturday, when the other two matches are played. If the Provincial association decide this evening to play another double header at the Thompson Street grounds, Winnipeg IrUh and United Weston will be one of the attractions, and the other game will bring together the provincial finalists, Rangers and Telephones. Those. who visited Osborne Stadium to witness the last of the games between these clubs were disappointed with the Telephone exhibition, but let it be said that the Hello - boys can plav better than they did In the last final. Perhaps when these teams meet next Saturday at Weston, If the association sets the game for them, we will get a better match. T wonder what the Telephone players and their officials think of the new system of two out of three to decide the winner. If the old system had been In operation, the Telephones by their 2 - 0 victory In the first game would have won the championship for the first time In their history, but the changing of the finals gave the Rangers a second opportunity and they certainly took advantage of it. I never was in favor of such a playoff to decide a final and more so to decide the championship of a league. We a - e about to start a series of playoffs for the Greater Winnipeg league honors and while we do not know which team will finish in third place, is It not pos Royals Swamp Dominions and Even Up Play - Off Dominions were swamped under an avalanche of hits by Royals and as a result the fifth game of the series will be necessary to decide the champions of the Winnipeg Bankers' Softball League for this season. Royals won the gam 30 to 6 played Saturday afternoon at the John M. King school grounds. EASTERN GRID SEASON OPENS TORONTO, Sept. 25 Three of the Big Four's football power houses were past the first prelim inaries to a new season today without being scored on. Victories of the Inter - provlnclal teams featured a card of exhibition games on the Eastern battlefront Saturday. At Montreal, the Winged Wheelers, 1931 Canadian champions, used forward passes to advantage In beating the Intermediate Canadian Nationals of the Quebec Union 31 - 0. Hamilton Tigers tried out new formations and plays, downing the Tiger Cubs of the Senior O.R.F.U. 16 - 0. Toronto Argonauts gave an impressive display of ground power in trouncing St Michael's College of the Ontario Union 24 - 0 in the first game of the Toronto city championship series. University of Toronto made a great 'rally in the lourtn quarter or tne second game to whin Balmy Beach 11 - 5 and qualify to play Argos for the city utie next Saturday. Sarnia Imperials, preparing to defend their O.R.F.U. title, scored an 11 - 1 triumph over University of Western Ontario at London. O.B.U. OPENS THIS EVENING The announcement of the open ing of the O.B.U. gymnasium to night Is being received enthusiastically by local boxers and wrestlers and followers of the game generally, and Judging by the number of applications for membership already In the hands of the club secretary it looks as If the capacity of the large gymnasium will be taxed to the limit before the season gets well under way. The club, which has been affili ated with the Manitoba branch of the A.A.U. of Canada since its inception some 11 years ago, has been remarkably successful in the production of boxers, and has cre ated a record In this regard that has never been approached by any club in tne Dominion. The club gymnasium is one of the finest and best equipped on the American continent and Is noted for its cleanliness, splendid ventilation and light system. Jack uempsey. wno made gym his train Ing quarters during his visit here two yfars ago. stated to the club officials that he did not know of any gymnasium on the American continent that offered finer facilities for training than the O.B.U. C.P.R. FIVE - PIN BOWLING LOOP OPENS The Canadiai. Paclflo Railway men's five pin bowling league opened the season's activities on Thursday evening at the Victoria alleys with 16 teams In operation. . In spite of it being opening night, a number of good scores were made. Perly Newson's 792 topped the list and those following were: Frank Blaine, 732; Jim Earls, 723, and Stan Pizev 709. The highest single game went to Albert De - woire, of the Rollers, who shot a 312 gnme, helping his team consid erably to pile up a 1.164 score against the Genacos. The Genacos, however, had the edge over the Rollers and nosed r - it with a count of 1,168. Others who checked ed in with games over the 300 mark were Stan Pizey end Frank Blaine. EDMONTON CUBS WIN BASEBALL PLAYOFF EDMONTON, Sept. 2 Edmotv ton Cubs won .the - Interprovlncia! Baseball championship here Saturday, when they defeated the Regtna Nationals 9 - 3 In the fifth game of the series.. The game was played with a raw, biting wind chilling players and fans alike. sible for the club, no matter whether it be Telephones or Scottish, to win. the honors In spite of the fact that they could not finish closer to head of the table than third. By the time the Greater Winnipeg league is decided by three games, and let me point out it may be more, before the Winnipeg and District league has decided their playoff, and the Juniors get through their series of playoffs the sporting public, who are asked to foot the bill all the way through, will have had enough of this playoff stuff. Perhaps next year all leagues and association will revert to the original system. And let me point out further, the executive members of . United Weston are seriously considering approaching the Manitoba Football association to ask for the final of the Brooklands Hotel competition to be played best two out of three. The argument Is sound. , If the leagues and the association consider this playoff the fairest means of deciding a winner, then why not the same system for the Brook - lands? Speaking of Weston, the club needed some new nets for the Brooklands Hotel competition. They had no money to purchase them, so the executive members got busy and made them. Those visiting the Weston grounds should take a look at the side nets, which were used last Saturday, they are vastly superolr to the purchased article. Do you know? That In last season's International matches, Scott and English played fur Ireland, and Wales played for Scotland. Y.M.H.A. Grid Teams Register Victories Score Second Wins In Junior and Juvenile League . JUNIOR P. W. L. Pts. Dear Lodge .,. 2 2 ' 0 4 Y.M.H.A 2 2 0 4 River Heights .. 2 0 2 0 'Varsity 2 0 2 0 ' JUVENILE P. W. L. Pts. Deer Lodge .... 2 2 0 4 River Heights .. . 2 11 2 Y.M.H.A 2 1 1 2 'Varsity 2 0 '2 0 Fighting every inch of the way after they had presented "Varsity with a touchdown early In the first quarter, Leon Tessler's blue and white squad of grid warriors sport ing the Y.M.H.A. name, captured their second successive game In the Winnipeg Junior and Juvenile Rugby league Saturday night under the floodlights at Wesley park before 1,000 spectators, when they defeated "Varsity, last year's Manitoba tltlists, by a margin of 10 to 6. The Juvenile team made It a double by defeating the Juvenile edition of 'Varsity by a 8 to 1 mar gin. After receiving a lateral past from Perlmutter, Joey Lavltt had the misfortune to fumble It, and quick to notice It, Markell, husky 'Varsity star, fell on It for a major score. The "Y" were on their ten - yard line when they tried the lateral which failed to work. The touch was not converted. Undaunted by the sudden reverse the "Y" settled down and before many minutes had passed Max Hershfleld kicked to the dead line for a singleton. Shortly before the period ended Ernie1 Spence gave ''IJu" another single with a boot to the deadline, , In the second quarter Levellle was rouged on Hershfleld's kick to make the score sheet read 6 to 2. The "Y" scored another point when Hershfleld Booted one from the 65 - yard stripe. And the brown and gold went to the dressing - room leading by 6 to 3. The "Y" had tough luck in not getting a touch allowed in the third Quarter. They attempted a drop - kick but failed, and Hershfleld nicked It ub and went over, but the officials called the play back. Soon after this Harry Perlmutter made a 30 - yard run for a touch. They failed to convert. The "Y" completed the scoring in the final session. Levellle was rouged by Chernick for one of the points while Hershfleld accounted for the last with his kick to the deadline. Harry Perlmutter and Max Hershfleld served the winners best, while Jack Mitchell was the best on view fo the students. Too many fumbles stopped what might have been a good game. As a result of an 8 to 1 victory over "Varsity the Y.M.H.A. Juveniles climbed Into a tie with River Helphts for second place and shov. cd '.Varsity Into the cellar, wlnless in two attempts. Atklnov kicked to the deadline for the Hebrews' first point early In the Initial session. The "Y" had a chance for a touch in the second frame, but the 'Varsity gang held them off when they were on the one - yard line. Before the quarter ended Atklnov booted another single. Duno Cheyne scored the lone 'Varsity point, a kick to the deadline, shortly after the second half started. The Brown and Gold standard - bearers had a chance foi a touch, but a fumble ruined them. Leo Morantz made It three to one when he scored another kick. Ten seconds from time the "Y" scored a touch on Jack Lavitt's end run. The convert was missed. The team - wire as follower Jnveulle, Y.M.H.A. Adler, Atklnov. Adelman, Cohen. L. Cohen, M. Ensteln, Oorsey, Goldstein, Guber - man, Lavltt, Levlne, Marantz, Perl - mutter, Rubinstein, Sedoltaky, Sha - fer, Stelman, Tessler, Rusen, Zl - purskv and Zlnders. "Varsity Alderdice, Altklns, Bouchard, Borasler, Boyle, Barkwell, Burns, Blair, Cheyne, Foulds, Hen - selwood, Lazarlcic, Lawton, Glan - one. O'Connor, May, Sim, Sweeney, J. Slmnson and Jim Simpson. Junior, Y.M.H.A. Hatskln. Sar - ner, Nowensky, Gutnlk, Falnstein, Chernick. Abramson, Perlmutter, Filkow, Hershfleld, Fletcher, Lavltt, Malkin, Chlsnlk, Dozar, Schwartz, Stelman, Tessler, Remls, Snukel, Saltzman, Blumes and Sas - now. "Varsity Mitchell, Rimiiy, Bracken, Leckle, R. Leckle, G. Markell, Passalls, Carlton, Spence, Balls, Churchill, Macnihb. Hal - stead, Levellle, Secter, Hay, Moore, Simpson, Collns, Brandson, Dutton, Maclean, Lane and Kelly. CAITHNESS CURLING CLUB A meeting of the Caithness Curl ing club will be held on. Tuesday In the Free Press board room, at 8 p.m. Old and new members are requested to attend. AMERICAN LEfcOUE W L Pet. Waihlnoton 97 51 .Hi Nv York IS 56 .611 Philadelphia ....... 77 68 .611 Clvlnd 75 74 .60 Detroit 7 7 .480 Chicago 64 S4 .432 Boaton to 95 .414 St. Loul 69 S4 .369 NATIONAL LEAGUE . . W L Pet. New York S9 61 .605 Plttaburgh S4 66 .660 Chicago S4 68 .55 St. Loula 81 69 .640 Boaton 79 70 .510 Brooklyn 63 84 .429 Philadelphia 67 89 .390 Cincinnati 68 92 .387 AMERICAN LEAQUB Saturday scorea New Torlc 16. Boaton li. Chlcajto 6, Cleveland 5. St. Ixiula 3, Detroit 5. Philadelphia 3, Wohlngtoa L Sunday Score Philadelphia 11. Wajitilnntnn 4. Chicago 8 - 6, Cleveland 7 - 12. New York 8. Boaton 10. St, Loula 12. Detroit 2 - 6. ' NATIONAL LEAQUB Saturday Scorea Brooklyn T - 3, New York 4 - 0. Boaton 4 - S. Philadelphia - . Olnrlnattl 1, Chleano T. - Plttaburih 9. St. Loula 8. Sunday Scorea Plttatmrsh 4 - 8. St Loula 6 - 4. Boaton 5 - 5. New York 6 - 2. Philadelphia 7 - 2. Brooklyn J2 - 5. ClocioatU 1 - L Ctiloao 7 - 0. Box - Lacrosse Playoff Game at Amph. Tonight For tha right to represent Manitoba in the Dominion box - lacrosse playdowns. Argonauts and Wellington! will meet In the first of a two game series at the Amphitheatre rink this evening at 8.30 - o'clock. The second contest will take place on Wednesday and total goals will decide the series. With the inclusion of the best material from the Winnlpegs, both the Argos and Dukes have strengthened considerably and are out to gain the honor of playing for Manitoba against the best the east has to offer. ST. JAMES AND SCOTTISH SCORE St. James Legion, by a 2 - 1 victory over Winnipeg Ulster, and Scottish, by defeating Westbrook, 4 - 1, advanced to the semi - final of the Brooklands Hotel, competition Saturday at Weston, The wind made" ball control practically Impossible and the team playing with the elements In their favor had In both games a decided edge. Ulster and Su James Legion opened the series when they met at 3 p.m., and while the Legion gained the honors, they had a hard time In beating the Irishmen. One forward with a finishing punch would have given the Irishmen a lead during the first half; but bad luck and bad shooting kept the score sheet blank. During the second kalf the game swung In favor of the Legion and McCart scored two goals for the Saints. However, towards the end, Chandler reduced the margin, but the Legion maintained their one - goal lead and advanced to th semi - final to oppose the Scottish. For their game against Scottish, Westbrook found it difficult to muster their full force. They commenced with' nine men, Increased their number to 10, and flnlshe.1 with nine, and in the closing stages of the game were no match for the Scots. British Columbia Grid Season Is Under Way VANCOUVER, Sept. 25 British Columbia's Canadian football championship series got under way Saturday with wing for Vancouver Athletic Club and New Westminster, under the innovation by which the tltleholders will be decided before the regular league schedule is played. Last year's champions, Mera - lomas, took a 7 - 6 setback from V. A. C. in the first of their two - game series. Each scored a point on deadline kicks and each a touchdown, but Don Stewart sent the ball over thg bar to convert while George Nlblo'a attempt went wide. GUS SONNENBERG AND ACTRESS ARE DIVORCED RENO, Nev, Sept 25 Gus Son - nonberg, former world's heavyweight wrestling champion, and Marie Elliott Sonnenberg, Boston society girl, known to the Hollywood flirn colony as Judith Allen, were divorced here Saturday. The decree was awarded the actress on her cross - complalat charging extreme mental cruelty. The wrestler and actress married two years ago In New York city. It was not Untir recently, however, their marriage became known, FLYWEIGHT RUGBY Pats won the opening game In the Aasinibolne Flyweight Rugby league Saturday by defeating Rangers 8 - 0. Sewell kicked all three point. f' BOX SCORE Brandon Vanuaek, ef , Calvey, 8b .. Relder, lb Slme, It Plet, 2t Rexotko, as ,. Bujacl, e .... AB R H FO A I l'avia, p Bertrand, r t. ToUl r 87 1 21 It 4 Superior Goidflne. cf .. Anderaon, 2b Arnnvltch, as , Ewser, If Benda, lb .... Nopko, 3b .... Treadwell, e .. Kaufman, rf ., B raga, p I 1 I a a 1 0 0 14 8 3 0 3 0 3 1 0 Total 87 5 11 37 13 4 Score by Innlnge: Superior 300 010 1108 Brandon 010 001 000 3 Runa batted In, Plet. Rezotko, Oold - fine. Anderann, Arnovltch, Kopko, Praa. Two baae htta, Goidflne, Kopko, Braga.. Three baae hlta, Rezotko, Ooldflne. Baaea on ball, off D&vla 1. 8truck out by Davla, 0, by Braa:a, 3. Left on baaea. Superior 8. Brandon v. Stolen basea, Kopko. Double plava Calvey to Plet to Relder, Kopko to Anderaon to Benda. Umplree Amy Moran and Herb Stuart. Tells Plan To Avoid Illness Keeps Well ly Utlitg Dodd'i "I am over sixty years of age and whenever I feel my kidneys not working right I take a few Dodd'e Kidney Pills and am soon all right again." says H. Stewart, 2121 Duflerin Sc., Toronto, One "I tieed to use other kidney pills before, but I think Dodd'i are the beat, and lince uiing them have uied no other. My experience is, that they are the goods all right either for the kidneys or lumbago," tj Dodd's Kidney Pills Y.M.C.A. FENCING CLUB WILL MEET TOMORROW The Y.M.C.A. Fencing club will hold Its first meeting and practice session on Tuesday, at 7.30 p.m. The club should be more popular than ever this year as a special room has been prepared for club use. A two inch floor has been laid, private lockers for club members have been Installed, a new ventilation system put in, and the room entirely redecorated. The club will again provide instruction for beginners this year,, and also plenty of sport for members already familiar with fencing. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all who are interested in this activity. The club room . Is situated in the basement of the Y.M.C.A., Vaughan street. - BELANGER ENDS HIS TRAINING Charlie Belanger has reached such perfect form that he quit strenuous training Saturday for his 15 - round bout with Buck Everett, Tuesday night in the Amphitheatre rink. This contest feature the big boxing show that calls for 31 rounds of milling and there promises to be a big crowd present, ae no fight In years has stirred local fans as much as this return battle between the local product and the Indiana tornado. Belanger kept himself fit since his last go with Everett by boxing and doing road work right - along, and two weeks ago he began to bear down on his work; the result being that after a strenuous workout Saturday afternoon in the Eagles gym ha announced that he had attained the peak of condition and would take things easy until he steps between the ropes tomor row night. Charlie did not work - out yester day and will only limber up lightly today. "I could not reel Detter man I do and I want to hold that form. I beat Everett last time, but I'll stop him Tuesday; that's how good I feel." Charlie said. . Everett also reports being In top shape. He only worked six rounds yesterday, boxing but three and devoting the other time to rope skipping and shadow boxing. This show is Deing sponsored Dy me local order of Eagles. GOLF NOTES ACE AT SOUTHWOOD Using a mashle niblick on the 133 - vard fourth hole. Dr. F. H. Deeks had the honor of being - a late member to loin the Hole - ln One club over the weekend at the Southwood Country club. . C. ' M McCann, Gilbert Farfltt and J. C. H. Edy were playing with . Dr, Deeks at the time the ace was scored. . . ELMHURST LADIES 1 The Fall Field Day of the Elm - hurst Ladles' Golf section will be held on Tuesday. Driving, ap proaching and putting - will take place at 1U o ciock. i,uncneon win be served et 12 o'clock sharp, the annual meeting Immediately follow ing, at which the presentation of prizes and election ol onicers win take place. In the afternoon an 18 - hole handicap competition will complete the day's play. All members are requested to come out and take part In the final fixture of the year. SOUTHWOOD CLUB ' A large number took part In the Goodwill competition on Saturday at the Southwood Country club. J. L. Leggo won the low gross while the low net prize went to Major E. Q. Rogers. Dr. F. ri. Deelcs, J. L. Leggo and C. M. Sharkey took the hidden - hole honors. DEER LODGE CLUB Defeating G. H. Lobb on the 37th hole in the final. Bud Tryor won the Deer Lodge golf course championship Saturday. His card was 79 - 71, while hla opponent had 78 - 73. MOOSE JAW MAROONS TAKE INITIAL CONTEST MOOSE JAW, Sask , Sept. 25 - Moose Jaw Maroons went through the motions of playing rugby Satur day and won their opening game or the season against Reglna Dales, 8 - 6. Potentially a strong ream, the Maroons looked anything but that In their clash with the Dales and missed defeat at tht hands of the Reglna youngsters only by the narrowest or margins. "OXFORD" r CASH for SMOKERS The front panels of Oxford Cigarette packages, with por. tlon of excise stamp affixed, represent the following values ia cash lOo pkg. Ho each SOc pkf. lo eevch S6g rrtio - . ia earn s I 1 SO cents fc Tottenham Toppled to Makes Pair of Aces But Loses Golf Match NEWCASTLE, Northern Ireland, 6epL 25 One of the most unsual records In the history of golf stood today to the credit of Erlo Fiddian. The 23 - year - old English Internationalist scored two holes In one In the stress of championship competition here Saturday, yet lost the match, Fiddian's strange perform ance came on the County Down course, where Jack McLean, Scottish title - holder, retained his Irish open amateur championship by beating the Englishman 3 and 2. Fiddian mads his first hole In one at the - seventh, a one - shotter of 128 yards, the Briton's mashie niblick tee shot bouncing onto the green and Into the hole. On the second round of the 36 - hole match, Fiddian scored another hole in .. one at the 14th, a 205 - yard hole. He used a No. 2 iron and the ball dropped nicely to the green and rolled Into the cup. McLean compiled approximate medal cards of 73 - 65 - 138 to 74 - 63 - 137 for Fiddian. The Scotsman led by two holes after the morning round, ELMWOOD MINOR TEAMS SCORE Elmwood's diamond ball clubs continued their winning ways when the Roughriders won both the Junior and juvenile championships Saturday. In a double - header at the Canada Bread grounds, ' the Roughrlder juniors took two from the Uneedaa to win the junior crown. The first game took 14 innings of startling ball to decide a winner and the Roughriders emerged on the long end or an U to 1(J score. Score: Uneedas 610000 030000 0010 Roughriders ..301 003 220 000 0111 Batteries: Uheedas, Somervtlle and Farkhurst; Roughriders, Slo - 6 od a ana Uanel. In the second came, the Rou?h riders won the Championship by a score of 3 to 1 In a 7 - lnning game. Score: Roughriders ....... - 003 000 0 3 Uneedas ...001 000 01 Batteries: Roughriders, Llbbett and Hanel; Uneedas, Keenan and Barker. Umpire, Percy Watklna. The juvenile double - header at Matheson and Main proved to be heavy slugging contests and with a heavy wind, there were many long drives which kept the outfield very busy. In the first game, Rough - riders tied the series by taking a 21 to 10 decLMon from the W.SA. Batteries: Roughriders, Telenko and McCready; .W.S.A, Kobel and Hrysko. After tying the series In the first game, the Roughriders came back to win the championship In the second to the tune of 18 - 8. Batteries: Roughriders, Landlak, TelenkrT and McCready; W.S.A., Jackson and Ziggy. Umpire, Bunny. Watklns, The Tollers won the Midget championship In convincing style by easily defeating the West End boys by a wide margin of 20 - 1. Mike Rogozlnskl featured by striking out 15 West End batters and showed that he will be one of the future star pitchers of Winnipeg. Batteries: Tollers, Rogoztnsky and Pudavick; West. End, Atkinson, Prosz and Reece. . Umpire, H. Watklns. - 45,000 SEE CA VAN WIN GAELIC CROWN DUBLIN, Irish Free State. Sept 25 Before a crowd of 48,000 persons Including President Eamon de Valera, Cavan defeated Galway two goals and five points to one goal and four points, to capture the Irish National Gaelic football championship at Croke PRrk yesterday. OXFORD Cigarettes are always tf same. The superior quality, pleasing taste and mildness never vary. At work, at rest, or at play, yoo will find they add to your pleasure. OXFORD'S satisfy your desire for a fine soothing smoke. Try them now! BENSON & HEDGES (CANADA) LIMITED LONDON MONTREAL NEW YORK Hotspurs: 3rd Place Liverpool Blanks Londoners, 3 - 0 Soccer Situation Tangled LONDON, Sept 25. Heavy rains which softened the grounds mads welcome change for soccer play ers Saturday, but they were also partly responsible for many upsets. The flret three teams in both the fir lit and second division of the English league were beaten, and today Portsmouth and Blackburn Rtvera shared leadership In the first division. In the second, a four - cornered tie for leadership was brought about by the Saturday fixtures. Tottenham Hotspurs' triumphant progress was finally halted by Liverpool, whose eleven Included tnree soutn African players, and the Spurs were left In a deadlock with three others for third place In the first division. Travelling to tne spurs own grounds Uver - poll defeated them 3 - 0. After eight thrilling minutes Liverpool broke away, English scoring. Hodgson narrowly missed a fast low drive and the score was 1 - 0 at half - time. Nieumenhuys. making a fine debut ror Liverpool, passed across to Hanson at left wing, and the latter scored, while Liverpool's third tally came on another of the South African's admirable centres to English. Gunners Now The Arsenal, travelling to Ever - ton, were defeated 3 - 1, and dropped to 12th position. A crowd of 60, - 000 saw a fast and exciting encounter In which Everton proved definitely superior, penning ths Londoners In their own half of ths field much of the time. Dean scored In the sixth minute to' maintain his record of a goal a match, and White scored the second on a penalty following a foul by Roberta on Dean to make It 2 - 0 at half - time. Dean was taken from ths field Injured shortly after, but Dunn added Everton's third goal, and the victory put them in 11th position on goal average. Portsmouth well deserved their 1 - 0 win at Sheffield Unlted'a grounds, which put them In a tie for first place. Rutherford's goal in the first - half proved sufficient to carry them to the ton of ths table on averages. Blackburn Rovers got Into the first run with Portsmouth by a S - l victory over Sheffield Wednesday. Preston North End lost their leadership in the second division when they were rounted 6 - 0 by West Ham United on the latteri grounds. West Ham's hitherto weak attack was splendidly adapted to the wet turf and greasy ball, and they got five goals within 33 minutes. Mlllwall Surprises On points Preston remained In a tie with Port Vale, Bolton Wanderers and Durham, for the second division leadership, but the Lancashire lads looked bad In thai fixture with West Ham. MlllwalL way down in the table, scored a surprising success over Southampton, winning 3 - 2 on the former1 grounds. Ransom, Millwall's centre - forward, equalized Neal's goal to make It 1 - 1 at the Interval and afterwards completed the hat - trick - while Neal scored Southampton's second counter. Norwich regained leadership in the southern section of the third division with a forceful attack that brought them a 4 - 0 win over Luton WESTON TENNIS I Raaulta ..Driver beat Plckerlnc 4 - 8. S - i T - a H. Driver beat 8. Plaoy g - a" ' X - - J4 - H' Driver beat Danlela - A. Ho4 - Sert 8 - 3, 7 - 8. Slma - Lowe beat 8Ji!e!e - !la (default). Palton - 8. Plrey beat Slma - Lowe 8 - 2, - , M. Henry - McBurnay beat K. Clark - Pick, erlnff T - ft, 3 - 8, 7 - 5. Mra. Btranue - 8. Plaejr beat X, Oookto Slm 8 - 4, 8 - 8, 8 - . O. Thomu - H. Pliev beat B. Haute. ohruk - T. Driver 8 - J, 8 - 7. O. Thomaa - H. Ptaey beat B. Leaca. Leach 8 - 4, 1 - 8, 8 - 3. Mra. stringe - o. Thomu beat A. BajB. tlton - F. Wade 7 - 5, 8 - . DRAW FOR TODAY At Sparllns 1 00 p.m. Mra. SI ran a ts. Ml Brreer, 8.30 p.m. V. and H. Driver vs. Tyer. Leach. 8.00 p.m. 1. Davte - I. VeLeod rm Mlaaea Hajitaohamk. Completion of match. 'EJATC $2.50 up I Baft I J 'WcarLUce The Name 261 PORTAGE AVE. rn the Aristocrat of Popular Priced Cigarette MILDVIRCINIA Cigarettes V I

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