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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TI-TURSdXY, APBIL" 27. 1916 THE LETHBRlbGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE LEVELAND BICVOLES CCHOOI, iflrtil tojoy gchoolona 'OleveUnir CyclloK PTomotts lienUli -toucen lor tBcleacy In cUm, Boy*' or OlrU model $1* , Uait in Canada bv Canada Cyol* & Kti Motor Company. LImltad. Toronto. gS-A FOR SALE BY O, E. MACDONALD, GUNSMITH 407 6|h St., &. Phon* 1032 1^ JACK TAYLOHAKESASENSAINAL AUTO FALL OUT OF AD BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL "Won J'WUaelpWa...... � CtloRgo........... Boston............ �* St I-oulB......... 6 Olncinnatl......... 6 Brooklyn ... ...... 3 PtttBburg......... * Now York......... 1 Lost 2 4 3 6 6 3 7 6 Pot. .750 .m .571 .546 .500 .500 Mi .148 SANTELL COLORADO SERGEANTS DEFEA OFFICERS OF K BAHALION Lively Gamti of Football at the Fair Grounds-Low Score Indicate* Good Gani� Canadian Champion and Frisco Favorite Wrestled for Three Hoara San PnmclBco. April 26.-Wrestler Race to Pilie's Pcali, World's Highest Highway, 18 Miles in Length Denver, Cel., April 26.-What doubt- Ad Santell WM pinned tor th� first fall iieas will be the most Benaatiunal motor In two tumm el�ht minutes and tiro {racing event of the year-perhaps the seconds by Jack Taylor, the north 'most startling In all racing history-Trent champion, at Dreamland rink to. | the Pike's Peak (Colorado) national night. (hill climb, will take place this sum- mer. There will bo three days of this Pittsburg............ S 4 1 Chicago.............. 0 10 1 Adams and Schnrldt; Lavender, I'rendergnat and Fischer. Brooklyn............ 6 3 10 5 Phlladolphla Cheney, Martiuard and Miller; Alexander, Osclieger and Burns. St. LouIb at Cincinnati, rain. New York at Boston, rain. The gr�ppl�n pnt up one of the most stubborn mat eontesta ever wlt-nesped hero. For two hours they tussled back and forward without either securing th�, advantage, It looked as rsmarkable race, August 10, 11 and 12, the feature of which Is the Penrose Cup Race. The event will serve as the formal Inaugural of the world's If thoy might be deadlooked. Then [highest highway over a course approxl AMERICAN Won Boston........... 8 mately U'/i miles to the summit of the famous mountain. New Driveway The new road from Cascade to the top of Pike's Peak is 18 miles In length, reaching an elevation of 14,109 feet, and the start of the contest will be made from the Are mile mark at Crystal Creak. Thousands of visitors from all parts of Colorado, as well an Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Utali, Wyoming, ilon-, tana and other nearby states will line As the conditions of the contest call- ;th9 course, while many middle western ed for twv foils out of three and hut motor enthusiasts and transcontlnen-one fall was scored the referee wtus compelled to eall It a draw. Taylor secured a double reverse arm lock �n bit man. Tor fully five minutes he held Santell and brought pres-8,ure to pin hia shoulders to the mat. The spectators thought that Ad would, pull free, but he was eventually thrown. The men climbed through the ropes and went at it at 8:69 p.m. It was well after H oVloefc when Taylor got the first honors. The men resumed the struggle at once, with Taylor trying desperately to secure a second fall before the police called the mateh off at midnight. Now York ... Detroit...... Olevoland ... St. Loulfl ... Waflhlngton . Chicago PhUadelidiia � Lost 5 4 n 5 o C 8 7 Pet. .615 .600 .646 .545 .800 .166 .420 .300 tal teurtsts by automobile and railroad will arraage their itinerary so as to A large tinifA waa In attendance' take in the races, and the �lose eokt��i between the mat-1 Prises of cash and plate valued at man crealM the moet Intense Interest. I more than $7800 are offered. The Santell has been a IMsco favorite automobile events, tor both amateur for maay months and threw erverything and profeeelonal drivers, will be run that own* his way until he met Tayloo Friday and Saturday, August 11 lor. It la. a fine feather In the Can-1^14 la, ^nd the sancUon for these has adian champisn's hat to take a Mit of a man like Santell. fall Chloago........,.. ... 8 11 0 casvelnnd............ S 8 0 Scott, WoDgaoiE and Lapp; Core-teakle, Bagby and OiN�411. Phtladelpbia .... ... S T 0 "Washington ........... J 5 1 . Bush and Meywa; Oallta, Bentley, Bo.ohllng and Henry, -Boston............ -i. 0 4 4 New York ,........... * 11 0 MoHale and Agnew; Markle and Nunaraaker. Rain at St. Loula St. Louis, April 26.-The Detrolt-St. Louis game was prevented here today by rain. PACIFIC COAST Won Lost Pet. Oakland ........ 12 9 .671 Vernon .,, ..... 13 10 .565 Los Angeles...... 11 10 .524 San Francisco .... 11 12 .478 Salt Lake....... S S .471 Portland......... 7 IS .860 'At San Francisco- Bait Lake............ 8 9 2 San Francisco......... 3 S 0 Flttery and Hannah; Steen and Se-liulveda. At PorUond- Vernon............... 4 6 1 Portland ............ 2 7 2 Qulnn and Whaling; Sothron and PiBher. At Los Angeles- Oaklond............. 6 9 1 Loa Angeles........... 3 6 4 Prough and BlUott; Scogglns and Boles. DARCY WIN� AOAIN AurtnMMn MMdlewelvht Soonxl KneelMut In Seven Reun4� Sydney, K S. W, April K.-'I^b. Oaroy, middleweight champion of Aus-tralln, tod&y knocked out Lee O'Don-uell In seven rounds at the stadium here. Fred OUmore of Chicago, Io�t his twenty-round go with' Frank O'Connor on points. George (Knockout) Brawn, also of Chicago, lost on points to Fritz Holland of CalUorala in twenty rounds. Just been granted by the contest board of the American Automobile assocla tlon. Motereyde Events ALMOST BEATS CHAMPION San Francisco, April 36.-Roland Roberta, 18 years old, oam� within one (point today of defeatitig William M. Johnston, Natloiial tennis champion, in the feature matoh of the final series between tbe Oslifornla and Oold-en Iorthern California Inter-qlUti leMlue ohamplonshtp The JohnBton-Robert$ contest whicii nd*d in Johnstwa's faror, 6-4, B-7, 7-5 was anybody's game almost to the end and tteyeral timet the youngster had the cbamplen batly worried. The motorcycle events are to precede the others on Thursday, August 10, saocUoned by tlie Federation of American Motorcyclists. Both sets of speed tests will be under the auspices of the Pike's Peak Auto Highway, which is responsible for the construction of the wonderful new road which winds to the jiummit, where only a burro trail and a mountain railroad ran In the past. The speed tournament is bound to provlda strenuous competition among those who expect to make "Pike's Peak or bust." It will be especially attractive to visiting motorists In August, the view from various points along the course being one of the grandest expanses of landscape and colorful scenery In the whole world. Arrangements are being made to en tertain and care for thousands of visitors at Colorado Springs during the meet. The football game between the com missioned officers and sergoauts of the 113th was played last night boforo n large' attendance, and resulted In a victory for the sergeants. The scoro was 2 to 0. The game took placii at tho fair groundH. Both goals were scored In this flrst half. The succeaB-ful shots were negotiated by R. S. W. Jenklnson and Sergt. Wlntoii. The sergeants look tho game well In hand right at the start. In tho first half the aergeants' forward line assumed the offensive and Kept tho bail In the enemy's territory for the groat-cr part of the time, and Q. M. S. Regan In goal for the gergeants, with a bunch of stalwart backs protecting htm, was not required to defend hIa post once. Sergeant Well, who has made a name for himself in KtltieE football circles, played in redoubtable form and wsB easily Uie best man on the field. The offlcers had the advantage of height and weight, and It wa� rather amusing to watch gome of the sergeants bounce oft their bulkier opponents. Severe! minor casualtlos took place. The Line-Uiip Officers - Goal, Lieut. Uonnan; backs, Capt. Devlno bad Lie\it. Lowe; half backs, Lieut. l''ramt!, Lieut. Laub and Lieut. Rlchardn; forwards, Ma ]or Howland, Capt. Leech, Captain Skeiton. Lt.-Col. Prree-Jone.s and Capt. Wallace. Ssrgeants-Goal. R. G. iM. S. Regan; backs, Sergt. Cott aart Sergt. Webb; halt backs, Sergt. Bond. Sergt. Morgan and Sergt. SmlUi; forwards, Sergt. Thomson, Sergt. Lamont, Sergt.-Ma-jor Jenklnson, Sergt. Ness and Serst. Wmton. Notes of the Game The officers ore av,'aitlnff reinlorce-meata before asking for a return matoh. Cupt. Leeoh wishes to state that ho at present out of liniment and baD^agea as.a result of the game. The Captain has . challenged Sergeant Scott to a wrestling bout at catch weights. "The speed,ojt the players was great but they had nothing on the goiters In short sprints. Capt. Wallace and Capt. Skolton today feel as If they had spent a night on a Bpftnlsh inquisition rack. Blue Eyes' service was not required. Cast. Hardlsty remained outside the danger zbne. BLANK VERSE Man wants but little here below And it even seems, by jove That woman, in her evening dress, W\int8 little up above. INTERNATIONAL Richmond Beat Buffalo Richmond, Va., April 26.-Richmond won from Buffalo today by a score of ti to 6 in tho opening game of the International League. The Orioles Won BalUmore, April 26.-Tho Orioles Blgni*li�ed tholr return to the International League circuit by defeating Montroal In the opening game of the eaaaoa here today, 4 to 1. The Aquatic AsuoeiatSofi, will do their full share a/a Arbor �>ay In helping to make Henderson Park a more pleasant and naore beautiful spot. All members are requested to report at the club house at 8.30 a.m. or as soon as possible and tb bring with them any garden tools they may have. It is Intended flr^t to concentrate all efforts on the ground belonging to the association, and a plan of the intended work has been prepared by tho committee. Mr. C. IB. Bowman will bu in general charge and will be assisted by Mr. Barrowman, R. A. Smith and A. O. Spence, ^hllit Mr, George Blxon has promised to supply necessary transpoi".. AMERICAN ASSOCiATION At Toledo-Minneapolis ........... 3 8. 2 Toledo................ 1 4 1 YingUug and Owuns; Main and Brea-toahan. At IndianapollB- Milwaukee............, !) 6 2 Indianapolis........... I 0 3 Faeth, Young and Mayer; Carter and Goasett, Kansas City at LoulsviUo, rain and �old weather. St Paul at ColumbuH, wet grounds. ARROW dOLLARspritig style' 5forwf . emit. fnMt A Ci, lii�.Ktl(Mi, �>l. SMlrajl, The program includes turning over the ground and getting out weed roots levelling tho ground between tho trees and the boat house, digging trees at the city nursery and planting near the club house. Lunch Provided ArrangomenlB have been made to supply a cold lunch at noon at the boat house at the verj- reasonable sum of 25c, and all members aro re quested to take In this part of the program. It Is hoped that every member will turn out and do his or her part In contributing to the future Improve-ment of our clty'n summer playgrqund MANAGERS DONOVAN (NEW YORK) AND GRIEPITH (WASHINGTON) YOO'RE BILIOOS! m "GftSCftREIS" LIP. VER m BOWELS DON'T STAY HEADACHY, CONSTIPATED, SICK. WITH BREATH BAD AND STOIVIACH SOUR C'.-i 11 liwnni ,>nx now Voii lui-ii iind women who can't |pet fiM'liiix riKtit-who havft headache, coiitcfl tyugui". !ii;aii The roport wliloh was preaeiUed by Mr, Dymont was a lengthy document aud rorlewcd tho ponslon situation; In ISurope, Australia, 'America and Canada and expressed ftfiproval of tho sys tho clover boys and girls with brains and ability, to go to those schools and ANOTHER MYSTERY Saskatoon, April �6.-The fltfding last Sunday afternoon of a griwalng head beside a pralrlo trail has snp-plied Saskatchewan irlth another murder mysterj- that gives every lnP�n>nir ot 191i .ft ii-'i 1% '.- i'-A'i'.'A'- Scene from "Mleo and Men" foaturing Marguerite Clack at �t�r.l�,n!'jf-f^ e last time tonight. � - ii-Vr ''-"'t^ 821308 ;