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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, I.ETH BRIDGE D AIT; Y PAGE THREB BASEBALL NATIONAL w. Philadelphia Chicago Huston New York J'itlsburg St. Louis 5" 48 42 45 47 irsL. uuiiio r_ .Cincinnati 41 .in I'd. .549 .5111 .515 .515 .511 .500 .470 .427 J Davfd, "Hasan" Tyler "and Whaling; Vaughn, .Humphries and Arclicr. Philadelphia f 5 3'Alexander' arid" Adams and Sehang. New York C 'strou'd ami'Meyers'; Bentou, Lear and Second game-. New York 3 4 Cincinnati 1 J Scbauej-, Marqunrd and Doom .Mc- Jlenry, Toncy and Clark. Brooklyn St. Louis J Smith, Bell, Appleton and Mccar- ty Bailee and Snyder. AMERICAN W. L. Boston Detroit Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis DECIDING MATCH LAST NIGHT ENDED IN A DRAW Philadelphia 59 III) 58 51 47 37 38 33 Pet. .63-1 .612 .601 .526 .500 .381. 392 9 12 Detroit Philadelphia............... Steel, Dauss and Stanagc Dress- ier, Davis and Lapp and McCavcy. Second game- Detroit 8 11 1 Philadelphia 9 Ifi 0 Boluud, Steen, Boehlmg and Bak- ;r Sheelian and Lapp. GOAL SUMMARY I North Leth. U. S. 0. E.................... First Half J. Tennant, North Leth., 25 mln. Second Half Draper, S. O. E., 27 mln. The Llne-Up North Lethbridge: Hewitt; Hol- land and Seaman; Wllletts, Whyte and Holberton; T. Tennant, Campbell, J. Tonnant, Slmm and o. Wallls and Harper, Bennett and Lee; Stowe, Cheney, Farrant, Draper and Bestwick. changed places with Cheney in the second half. Bannerman. League Standing P w. L. D. P. S. 0. E. 6 4 1 1 9 N. L. U... 53117 Callks 50500 St. Louis New York .CW I Uln Wcilman and Agncw Caldwell and Isunamaker. Second St. Louis 0 2 Kew York 2 5 2 Loiidermilk and Scveroid 1- abcr and Sweeney and NunamaKer. Cleveland-Boston, postponed, ruin. Chicago-Washington, rain. FEDERAL Kansas City Chicago Pitlsburg Newark St. Louis f..... Buffalo Baltimore W. 57 55 53 53 52 44 35 Pet. .576 .573 .552 .546 i .525 .441 .357 The loothall championship of the city is unsettled. The game last night produced no change in the sit- uation. The result was a 1 to 1 tie. North scored a goal in the first alter 25 minutes 01 play and the S.O.li. evened up the count in the second half, 18 minutes Iron, fill time .lock Tennant turned the trick for North Lclhbridge anil Dra- per succeeded in doing likewise lor the Sons. There was more excitement crowd- ed into last night's game'than was contained in all previous -football con- tests ;of the season. There were more spectators present than usual, too. The crowd was a season record-break- er and they were favored with a dis- play of football that was.a. treat to watch aside from the keen rivalry that existed.. Should the Callics defeat North Lethbridgc next Thursday evening the S.0.15. will take the Magrath Shield whicn goes with the city champion- ship. That is reckoned as .1 very im- probable occurrence in view of the broken state of the Collies' team. However, the Callies .threaten to put a team of experienced artists in the field, most of them old Callies, which might overturn popular heliel. One of them, it is said, will be Mclntyre, famous as a goal-keeper. Mclntyre .alone, between the posts for the Cal- lies, would-be a force to he reckoned vith by the Northsldc eleven. North Lethbridge obey pop- in stature to hold Whytc down, whc. all through the lirst ball used bis head to good advantage, and mono- polized the hall. Lei: changed places with Cheney in the second half and this bad detrimental encct on tbc Nc.rlhsidc aggressiveness, Lcc proving equal to the occasion at bis new post. Jock Tcnnailt made a beautiful drop shot when be scored the N'orlhsidc goal in the lirst hall. He kicked the ball from the field centre, about thir- ty yards out. Parsons made a great effort to save if but the ball was out (if bis rrJK'b and went sizzling into the net. SON'S KVIO.V SCOKK Draper put the Sons on even terms when.be beat the N'orthsidc backs and drew Hewitt out of the goal, lie Hewitt and had an op- en goal to kick into, which be nego- tiated without trouble when be pass- ed Hewitt. Monday Lee started this piece of work. It was Monday who brought tbc ball up the field, passing it to Draper at a most opportune moment with nice skill. Lee received a good round of applause from Sons supporters for. his ,part in scoring the K.YCnT.MENT HIGH j The liveliest part of the game was staged in the last twenty minutes. During that lime the Sons showed a little more effective work than their The crowd was on its .oes yelling and hooting as the teams strived with might and main to se- cure the goal that would win the natch. Parsons saved three well di- rected shots and be had to hurry in one case. Hewitt was harder pressed in his goal. The Sons charged him with a'tiery zeal when the hall was played close and Kan-ant in a wild ello'rt at rushing climbed all over Hewitt and threw him to the ground. It was a good-natured at- tack however, and was taken with good grace bv the United's goalie. About this time the only corner kick Chicago......... 3 11 2 Brooklyn 163 JlcConnell and Fischer Bluejacket and Simon. St. Louis Baltimore Plank and Chapman Johnson and Owens. postponed, No other games scheduled. Pittsblirg-Buffalo, weather. wet rallOUlll 1XO1LI1 JjUululMlgt uul.1 ular belief by trimming up the Scots icxt week the Englishmen and North- sidcrs will have to meet again. SONS START SLOWLY Last night North Letbhridge show- ed more life than the S.O.E. in the first half. In fact, the Sons 'were somewhat of a disappointment; to their hackers. In the second Iralf .the Sons worked up their play as the game progressed and succeeded ir keeping pace with their opponents Tbis was due.to a change, no doubt effected on the Sons' line-up. It was ieen that Cheney was a trifle'short INTERNATIONAL tlerscy City 2 4 2 .Toronto -160 Sherman and Tragcssor McTigue and Kocher. Second 'Jersey City 2 1 .Toronto 4 11 C Verbout and Reynolds Luquc and Kocher. 'Richmond............ 3 3 1 Rochester 122 Russell and Schaufle Herchc and tWiiliams. Second Richmond 261 Rochester 8 ft ,0 Cram and Schauflc Holt and Wil- liams. Harrisburg 5 11 linflalo fi 10 Schactxand Hcckingcr Fullcnwcid cr and Onslow. Second Harrisburg 1 5 Buffalo 5 7 Chabct and Snow Uader and L': lohge. Montreal-Providence, postponed to later date. AM. ASSOCIATION Bt. Paul............ 6 Columbus 2 Second 6 .JCansas City-Indianapolis', postpon- ed, cold weather. Milwaukee-Cleveland, rain. NORTHWESTERN fTacoma..............10 Spokane ......13 5 Seattle 3 of tbc game was made by the Sons. It ended in nothing. Shortly after the whistle blew full time and a chatlcring crowd leit the stand en- gaged in voicing the merits and de- merits of the teams, the players in- dividually and what not. NOTES OF THE GAME In the ordinary course of events as doped out at this time the Nort.i Lothbridge United and the S. 0. E. will clash again two weeks from last night. t m Of the shots that failed a kick by Stowe was the most dangerous-look- ing of the ?ame. It grazed the goal post. An inch more and a goal would have heen registered for the Sons. Some athletes have a habit of get- ting hurt in every game they enter. Sid Wallis takes the cake around here. His donation to last night s features was a complete knockout when the hall Tilt him with terrific force in the stomack and relieved him of his wind. WILLBMlLEFilHEIl'SCHlPIONSHIP New York, N.Y., Aug. in baseball circles this week centred on the .Braves. With their sensation- al record of late and the memory of their history-making 1914 spurt still green in the minds of the fans, Stall- ings' crew has the baseball spotlight all to itself. In a lot of baseball quarters, the concensus of opinion is that the Braves have arrived. About the only difference between the present dash and last year's is that it began a week later. And what makes their chances look bet- ter is the fact that Stallings is put- ting his victories across without the aid of two of the famous Rudolpli- Tyler-James trio. Rudolph is the only man who is -winning games consist- ently. The Bostonians are favorites the betting rings about New York in the present series with the Pirates, opening today, as well as in the pen- nant race. While the Pirates certain- ly are suffer opponents than th? Reds, the Braves have' in this last winning spurt .found the strong teams their meat; The three games they have lost of the 18, curiously enough havu all been to the woefully weak Reds. Bets were offered yesterday in a number of sporting places that Bos ton has a team in the world's series Even money was offered. There wen a few offers of "one to two that till Red Sox would win the pennant in thi Johiison loop, and the same odd! were offered on the Braves. It look- good for Boston entries in both lea gues to the sports. V St. Paul............ 6 Columbus Minneapolis....... 7 Louisville BARNEY BREAKS RECORDS Cleveland, Ohio, A.ug. lutoroobiie records for a .dirt track were shattered by Barney Oldfleld, in in exhibition here, yesterday. The new records are; One mi'ie, three miles, 2.252-5; four five miles, -1.0314. The form- er mile mark, held by Oldfield was 4G 2-iisecs Dislirow held the other re- lords in 2.278-100; 3.1S 2-100, and 1.00 5S-100, respectively. WILLIAM LEE WILLIAM CHENERY Recently eleclcd Grand Auditors of the Royal Black Chapter (Orange of British North America. _ A Rousing Sale of Men s Summer Goods and a Big Cut in Men's Shoes, for SATURDAY ONLY We are forced to make these Sacrifices in order to make room for New Goods that are now on the way. Clearance Sale of Men's Summer Underwear 1 lot Men's Underwear, regular We. Sulunluy..........40C 1 lot Men's Hilkettc Underwear, (two piece) 'Ki'gular .2S. .Sal unlay .'...........85C B. V. D. Underwear, (two I'e.u'tilar price 75e. Hatiii'day ..................55C 1 lot Men's Light Weight Combinations in mesh and plain Keo'iilar price-SI to -90C 1 lot Men's Kaibriggan Combinations, regu- lar price to -M.UO. Big Special in Men's Press Shirts 1 lot Dress Shirts, rcg. Saturday 65C Xcw arrivals in Men's Dress Shirts, (just assorted styles, still cud's or made, with soft cuffs and collars to match all sixes; regular to values, on sale Saturday.51.00 Straw Hats SI.00 W'M Hat n the house on Saturday. 50% OFF ALL PANAMA HATH Neckwear Neckwear, regular 85c; Saturday. Slater Shoe Special Oxfords (The Geo. A. regular price .15.50. Saturday...........'........-S3.8S REGAL SHOE LEADER IN AMERICAN CITIES. NEW FALL STYLES. SATURDA1 ONE LOT OF MEN'S FINE SHOES, REGULAR VALUES. SATURDAY McGuire Ms McKtelvie Kirkham Block REMARKS ON THE SIDE (By Hughey Jennings) My infield is no wonder, My pitching staff's no peace, But what else does a 'b'all elub need, .Witb Crawford, Cohb and Veach? Cute Little Monsters Y.M.C.A. campers back from Wat- rton Lakes say the mosquitos are o -big at the tilat. a person can ee them sitting on the limbs of the rees chewing tobacco, and when a J.unch of them open their bazoo- at night, it sounds like a circus band. Matter of Opinion It Till depends upon the viewpoint. Boston writers think they have the greatest pitching staff in the world n Joe Wood, Dutch Leonard, Ray Oollins, Shore, Ruth, Foster and Mays That's the Boston opinion. Here's the Detroit viewpoint, as written by N. B. Bensley of the Detroit Journa'l: Foster is beginning to show signs of wear. Gregg has done nothing; Leonard lias not lived un to expect- ations; Joe Wood is an uncertain proposition, and only in the last two -ames has Ray Collins shown form. Shore is a good pitcher for five or y innings." Quite a Record I. E. Sanborn, veteran baseball re- porter of Chicago, claimed the world's record for "covering" the national pastime on Monday. The White Sox- Red Soi battle was the 2000th big league game Sanborn has reported since he Joined the Chicago Tribune staff. He doesn't know how many he covered before that. "Welsh to retire in less than a year." Undoubtedly, provided there Is no money left to fight for. Her Brother's Second It has come at last. The ever- broadening field rtminine endeav- or has stretched tjSU prize ring. Re- cently at the Olyn A.C., New York, where Cjkny and Micky. Me TEN-CENT BASEBALL New York, Aug. sident James A. Gilmore of the Federal league announced tonight that the Federal 'league would try out 10-cent niaior league baseball in Newark, instead, of 15-cent ball, as has been reported. "We have considered the lOc." said Mr. Gi'.mqre, tonight, "and in- tend to try it 'out.'in Newark. On the success made there our fut- ure plans' in this direction will en- tirely depend. Business just now is had in Newark, and we recent- ly have received many letters from fans there, saying they ivo.uld like to patronize our team, but they couldi not afford, to. pay the prices asked. In order that every- body may attend we have reduced all the bleacher seats to 10 cents." MORDECAI BROWN. RECOVERING Chicago, 111., Aug. Brown, pitcher for the ChicaSoFeder.. al league baseball team, who is i'il at a local hospital, is slowly recovering, according to the attending', Manager Tinker believes Brown will be able to leave the hospital in a few days, and may 'be strong enough to play ball within two weeks. CHINOOKS WILL DEFEND TROPHY TENNIS CHAMPION DIES London, A.ug. Lambert, once holder of the world's profession- al Ipwn tennis championship for four- teen years, died yesterday at the age of 73. Williams, Washburn, Church and Mathey, eastern tennis cracks, who tackled McLoughlin, Johnston, Grif- fin and Strachan at the say they know how it must be to face b.uKets from, a rapid-lire gun. Mann Cupholders Meet Young Torontos in Calgary ust 21. and 28 Ca'lgary, Alta.., Aug. 6 The Chinook lacrosse club have accepted the dates sug- gested by "the Young Torontos for the ilann Cup games. Al- though the Calgary club want- ed August 25 and 28 .for the games, at "a meeting tonight they agreed to accept the dates suggested, August 21 and August 28. Cabe were to 'battle ten rounds, all the negotiations about weight and gloves were carried on by Marshall's sister, "who .displayed as much ring knowledge as the oldest tin-cared vet- eran present. Throughout the fight she sat a few feet from the ring, di- recting his efforts so we'ri that he earned a draw with a boy that out- clasioil him. "I don't think there is anything brutal 'in said I.or- ette, as she swung a towel, vigorous- a gale favoring the run- ners, two world's records were bet- tered and two equalled at the meet at San Francisco on Saturday. Ac- cording to rules of the Athletic Un- ion none of the records is to be al- lowed, as It is said that the wind might have been responsible for the lasT time. "Grumpy" Spring of the New West- minster Jlinto cupholedra, leads the Pacific Coast Professional Lacrosse league' in goal scoring with a total 19 goals secured in the 10 games PU' ed thus, far. .Cliff Spring, also of t champion's; ii with a total ff 'e Merinen's Violet Talcum The soft, downy Mennen powder redolent of fragrant violets makes this a delightful toilet requisite.' TflLCUMS Mennen's Talcum for Men An "invisible" naturil powder. An antiseptic, protective finish to a clean shave. ;