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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, THE LETHBftlDGB DAILY HERALD PhilatUl.phia Chicago New York Pittsburg Brooklyn Boston...... St. Louis...... .Cincinnati 52 51 SO L'. 40 45 47 19 50 54 57 Pet. .531 .531 .515 .515 .510 .500 .476 .124 TOO DEAIHSiWOO-Mllf SUNDAY GAMES flfooklyn ..................10 13 I Chicago 7 12 5 Smith and Miller; Vaughn, Kabel and Archer and Margrave. Second game- Brooklyn Kucker, Dell and Miller ries, Lavender and Archer. Philadelphia 14 Cincinnati .......S. 6 15 I Alexander, Chalmers and n. Kim- fer and Adams; Dale, McClosky, Toney, Benton, Lear and Wingo. Ubston..................... 84 St. Louis 7 10 1 7 1 11 3 Humph- JOE COOPER, DRIVES, KILLED AND MORRIS KEILER, ME- CHANICIAN, DIES AT HOS- I'lTAL i SERIOUS WIN- NER OF BIG RACE Kagan, Hughes, Davis and Gowdy; Amen and Snydtr. SATURDAY GAMES and Whaling Standridgc and Boston Chicago Tyler and Hughes 'Adams, Lavender, Brooklyn i St. Louis 6 Dell, Douglas and Miller; 13 1 13 1 Roliin son, Meadows and and Snyder. New York Cincinnati DCS Moines, Iowa, Aug. 7.-1 wo deaths and two others imurcd, one probably fatally, marked the 300-mile automobile derby on the new mile speedway here tnls after- noon. The judges at o clock this morning awarded the race to Mulford and ranked De Palma second. Jlul- iord's official time was'announced as thtec hours 27 minutps 53-5 sec- onds. De I'aima's time, three hours 28 minutes 12.2 seconds. .loe Cooper was killed during; the 38th lap of the race, when his car literally sailed over the outer edge ot ot thc'hoivl as he .was nearing the grandstand and landed outside, with Cooper and his mechanician, I.ouis Peio, .pinned underneath- the wrecK- "The second accident came near the close of the race, when, in the M8th 4 Ian, Billy Chandler's car crashed 0! asainst the inside rail, almost oppo- LOOK AT THE GIANTS .5. .j, ,-f 4- DIIBLE WINS SINGLE SCULLS AT ST. KITS St. Catharines, Out., Aug. Seal. again kept the attend- ance down at tho noyal Canadian Henloy regatta today. Tho uwiior slngio'event was won' by Dob Dibble of the Dons, Toronto, with Butler of the Arsos, Toronto, second, and .Sheijiitui of the Celtic club, Buffalo, third. Time 10.232-5. TWO WORLD'S RECORDS BROK. EN AT FAIR MEET ON SATURDAY KOLEHMAINEN WON BY SUP- REME EFFORT IN FIVE. MILE RELAY GO IEAM1UI Look where the Giants are today.; in third place with Pittsburg. No; iirldse had previously so long ago the Giants were not con- ceded a. chance: now they are great peilant possibilities. Yon never can ttti, with a man like McGraw at the ineinnati against Hie inside ran, annum. Mathewscn and Meyers Schneider, sjle point where Cooper had met .ear, Senton and Wingo. Ui> death. Morris Kecler, Chandlers il at Lear, Beaton and Wingo. I bis death. i mechanician, died at the hospital at Philadelphia o'clock tonight. Chandler had less 'ittshurg.......... u j thllB M even chance for recovery Mayer, Baum5artner aim Kilmer j pej0_ one 0( victims of the first accident, was reported also to he in Second gam Philadelphia............... Pittsburg 6 10 1 i! a critical conditions. Cooper's skull crushed in the Hiiey. Tincup and Killifer srion and Schang. AMERICAN 59 53 17 3f1 30 33 3-1 38 50 47 IS 50 50 Boston Detroit Chicago Washington New York St. Louis...... Cleveland Philadelphia SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis 6 13 New .York 3 6 "x Hamilton arid Sevcroid Sba Alexander. Second St. Louis 4 New York 4 (Called end .10th. Har- Pet. .642 .620 .541 .530 first accident and his death was prac- tically instantaneous. In both accidents tire, blowouts were ascribed as the cause, although in the case of Cooper a broken steer- ing kmiukle was said to have been the immediate reason for his loss ot con- trol.-After striking the ground out- side the track the momentum of the car was so great that the car crash- ed into the 'end ci the grandstand and forced its way under the struc- 495 ture. Officials said'Cooper was going .398 the rate of 100 miles an hour at .398 the time. .333 The'race itself was full oi thrills, aside from its tragic features: For i the most the 300 miles it -was a 0 nip ar.d tuck affair between De Pal- 9 ma, Mulford and O'Donnell, the lor- 13 4 James, Sister, Rolb and Agnev Warhop and Nungmaker. Detroit 4 fi 2 Philadelphia 1' 6 2 Covaleski and Stanag'e bam, Bressltr and Lapp. Second Detroit Philadelphia .Dubuc and Stanage H'ycVoff and Lapp. Cleveland............... Boston Morland, Jones and O'Neill and Cady and Thomas. Second Cleveland ficston Walker. Hagerraan Leonard and Carrigan. Chicago Washington however, he developed 'a run -of'bad luck with hjs tires, which threaten- ed to lose him first place, but be forged ahead in the last three miles and crossed ahead of Mul- ford. So close were the two leaders that the Judges.were for several min- utcs divided as to who bad wori. The a j first announcement was that Mulford 2 I was t.jift victor, but this was.quickly Filling-i chanced again, confirming Mulfprd. I UPS AND DOWttS OF RACERS went out of the race in the j eighteenth Lap with engine trouble. Lombard went out of the race at the of the tenth lap with a broken the fiat and 11 connecting I O'Donnell, who was well n i lead, went" into the pit with a and Scott and Oallla Harper, Rice and Henn No American league games toundaj tire'on his 269th lap, giving De Pal- ma a good lead and put-ting Jlulford second. De Palma was leading'in the 250th lap. but lost first place: to O'Donnell in the next mile. Mulford was a close third with Chandler ahead of Alley Bgan in fourth place. l De Palma went back to first place in the 301 t lap with 0 Donpil.l sec ond Wulfoid third Allev fourth and Chandler fifth. Muhord tool the lead awav from O'Donnell in the ISSth lap but was the pit on O'Donnell s was 11 JOHN McGRAW DEFEAT IV TOTAL OF 120 RUNS IN THE MAUNSELL CUP CONTEST San Francisco, Aug. of the greatest crowds that ewr watched a truck meet in this coun- try saw today what were considered by followers of the game the morft exciting fiilishcH ever teen on a cln-, del1 path. With hut few exceptions, the events in thp senior national championsliips of tho Amateur Ath letic Union were contested right up to the taim, and a matter of a foot and sometimes inches resulted iu the transfer of athletic I Both field and track men, with the aid of a brisk wind, fast and Macleod, Alta, Aug. .-I; me-1 Two of cricket weather. Macleod inflicted a a severe defeat-on the Letubndge learn senior, national A.A. here -today, ..run.. .Macleod ww ellb'er-equalled .cored 20S arid Lethbridge 85. L' "'-r The contest was In conuectio EDITH WYNNE MATHISON In "The tiovernoi's Lady" at Star- laud tonifiht the .Maunsell Cup. anil l.eth- PLAYERS FLOUNDER'ON TURF- NO FORE HAND DRIVES TERRIFIC uc... InllkMeil two successive defeats on the I-icul boys, this year they were aniious to lake a good revenge. Lethbridge, who made rile journey with only nine men, batted first, but made a very bad start, Phillips, the crack batsman of the team. being cleaned bowled by- Heap for a duck's eag. Webb 18) and Bauson 120} im- proved the situation, but further mis- I fortune befell the team after Webb's departure, Lee being cleaned btm'ied by Heap before -he scored and Holt 127) 'and Henderson 116) also bat- ted well for their scores, bul the re- mainder of the team made a poor show against the .Macleod howling, which was exceedingly good. Going in to bat, facing a total of 85, Macleod a'.so made a very bad start. badly shattered. See Sensational Finish What was considered to bathe most seusationa'i race evor seen on the Pa- cific coast came at the finish of the five-mile race, which was won by 1-1. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE, L'xcelsior band' was Kolehmaiiien of the Irish-American j p1ESCnt all the afternoon. Athletic club of New York by less j music for the drill .iri7 than a foot from Oliver Millard of i jervals music ranging from the Olympic club of this For j most sacred to the dreamy mca- four and two-thirds mi'ies Kolehmain- the and to sec a cou- en. Millard and 0. Hohgood of the I pie of little Coal Greek girls float- Multnomah Athletic, club. about upon the green sward to Ore., ran so closely fogi-lher that unlU. music .was to sec the po- blanket would have covered Hie trio. Otry of motion mated to the poetry With one-third of a ini'.e to go. Mil-[ sound which was almost enchanting, lard set the clip and held a lead of a even though two or three good look- few feet over Kolehmainen. with Hob- j gentlemen looking suspiciously good two feet .behind the latter, until ministerial, were pretending not to the final 200 yards, when Kolehmain- see. en drew up. j In the evening these little visitors A heart-breaking' sprint began, from the town up the were Macleoct a'.so mane a very nan sum. i with neither man able to sain an Allen being neatly "m ollt 'or one ilncb' and tlie iu the stand Boston, Aug. E. Mc- Loughlili, of Kan Francisco yestzrday defeated II. .Norris Williams II. oi this city, the national lawn tennis champion, in the challenge match of thc.Longwood singles, the oldest ten- nis tournament under club auspices in the United States. The score was Except in one set lIcLougblin was master of nearly every situation. Williams' method of procedure at the outsat was to rush his opponent to such-.an extent that the Californiah would he unable get openings, but the.latter's defense was so tight that Williams soon had to fall hack on his own defense. No important tennis match prob- ably was every played under worse conditions of weather and turf. A light rain fell during the aiternoon, and the players literally floundered about, often sprawling on the grass, so insecure was the foqting. Mc- Loughlin's terrific forehand drives back court were largely respon- sible for his victory. The game de- veloped little or no and Ho Loughlin did not go to the net more than half a dozen times. It; was the tirst time that the play- ers had met s-ince the national cham- pionship tournament at a year ago, when Williams won the ti- .tle from the Californian. Bv today's victory MrLoMghlin secures perma- nent possession of the 1. bowl, having previously won on it. were thrown into a frenzy of excite- ment. Ten feat before the tape was reached, Kolfihrusinen, by a supreme effort, gained a few inches, which put him over the line first. Hobgood was less than 10 feet behind. The big surprise of the meet was furnished in the mile run. when Nor- man S. Ta'ber of the Boston Athletic association was beaten out by ,f. W. Ray of the Illinois Athletic associa- tion, in another race which brought the' crowd iji its feel. Taber jumped into the lead at the start and held it to within L'50 yards of thy finish, when Ray. with wonderfully sus- tained Epriut, passed the chair.pion. and won "by the matter of mere inches. The two biggest individual 'point winners of the day A. of the University of. Wisconsin, who an- nexed the shot and discus titles, and Tred Murray of the Olympic club, who led the field in both the 120 and 220 yard hurdles, each -man scor- ing 10 points for his club. J. E. Meredith of the Meadowbrook Athletic fmh of Philadelphia, ran beautifully in the 440-yard run, coin- haVhadlracticallv no practice this j inK up from fifth place in the last 1100 j'afda. the day Principal Point Tred Kelly of the Los Angeles Ath- letic c'iuh finished first in the 320- yard high hurdles, :hut was disquali- fied for knocking down four hurdles. Howard Drew, his clubmate, uulled up after running" 50 yards in his run. Stevens and Daun 1'nen, how- ever, proceeded to lay the foundation for a. good score, with 13 and 11, re- spectively. More good batting was seen when Fei-juson and Hancock- became associated. Fernuson, batting in a most patient style, while Han- cock made the runs. On Ferguson's departure three runs only were re- quired to win, but Newton, the next man in, was smartly stumped off the first ball be received. Radcliffo fol- lowed and made the winning hit, but immediately after was neatly taken by Masson.' Winter (S) and Alford also batted well for their scores, hut 'the best stand of the day was seen'when the'veteran' .Maclean be- came'.'asaoeiat'e'd with :Bancock. these two'simply 'collaring- the bowling and adding over 100 runs before they were parted. Hancock's score of 75 wan the -'result of some excellent cricket, his iilacing of the ball being a maryellpus exhibition of science, stampiris him as first-class bats- men Slaciean, in compiling bis 13, also, showed'that he has "not .forgotten bis old time form, despite the fact ha I fAGETHKCT IllfATJIlCIvS OF DYSPEPSIA Suffered Tortures Until She Tried "Fruit-a-tives" V fir. Jox or. .Mi'jiiA, .Tan. 27th, 1914. -liter ulfcrimr a long time with a I have been inndn well J lilt i lives." I suflercd so rn'icli thai 11 llM I would nut tl'ire cnt for was I'rud 'J'ivo years ago, I rKwd samples of "Kruit-i-tives" jml after IttkiniT them 1 felt relief. Thou I scut for three boxtw mill I kept improving until I was well. 1 quickly regained my lost now I eat, sleep and elites! a word, s enual to any 7 the has been seen In the town. 1 Amateur' Title Chicago. 111., De Witt. C! Balcli of the Cincinnati Country club, a sophomore, todav won the Junior amateur championship of the Western Golf association defetttmi Mont? T Loeb of the Idlewild clubl Chicago, i Cornell sonhomore, two tip and one to plav, in the final PRACTICE RUN Olot .lohannessen. holder of .Hie Herald five-mile road race trophy, in a practice run Saturday night came in from Coaldaie (Pawson's farm) to the city, a distance of eleven miles, in 1.07" .lohannessen is training for the athletic events at naympnd the end of this month. PETER SCOTT WINS KALAMAZOO STAKE in He.ts Capture, Trephy on Grand en By Murphy Kaiamazpo Scott. driven Aug.'.: .lurphy, romped WHiT'the" Paper .Mil. stake the p.mcipal event tie Grand c.rrult race meeting here to day Worthi Prince was unable to match Ins sneed with that of Murphy c lassie 2.08 trot, and ,t decided in straight heals. Olympic club 0 Irisn A.C.. New York, 24; Chicago A.A., 17 linois A.A.. 21; Boston Kansas City A.C., 13; University of Wisconsin, 11; ,Los Angeles A.C., 10; Multnomah VC 10 New Inrk 9. and University of Chicago, 7 Feature Events for Today San Francisco, Cal., Aug. est in the world' of fifid and track sports centred today on., the relay carnival, combined with live features of the decathlon all-around champion- ship ihat was to be ilogetl ai tnc Panama-Pacific Exposition stadium Thr- entries include ma noted amate INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES Harrisburg......... 2 Jersey City Providence.........1.0 Richmond Buffalo. 6 Montreal Buffalo. BA l (Jersey City Jersey City Montreal AM. ASSOCIATION" I SUNDAY GAMES i St. Paul............11 Indianapolis 0 Second 5 St Paul t Indianapolis 1 (Called B o'clock, LOOK HERE NORTH LETHtRIDOE UNITED F.C Alemberb of write to expiev; to you my an-' prrciation of the valuable.help which has thereby been rend erect to the War Department ____I_shalLJit_Elad jt-iou will accept and con-vev to the mem bers of the Cutlers' Company and others who. :have, assisted you in work my cordial thanks for the trouble vou and they have taken; in. the matter. Ihe need for is not vet entueU met and I am pleas ed to know that you hope to be able to obiam additional quan titles. faithfully. (Sgn.j "KITCHENER." I beg to assure sou that m contributing to the collection your efforis will be much appieciated by the authorities here and also by myself. .Yours, faithfully, (Sgrt.) W. H. .ELLIS, Master Cutler. Look them up quick. Leave them with or scud bv Rost West- cm Canada Agency, ;