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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1915 BASEBALL THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THUMB NATIONAL W. L. Philadelphia 52 '12 Chicago HI 45 Brooklyn 51 47 Boston 48 New York 48 47 .1'ltislllllK 48 Kt. Louis 47 51 Boston..................... (1 Chicago 2 5 Rudolph anil Rowdy 1'icrcc 'Archer. New York- 2 8 U'mciiiiiaU ;l I'ct. .553 BEST RIDERS AND ROPERS OF WEST TO STAMPEDE CHAMPION AND OTHER LUMINARIES OF THE RANGE TO SHOW THEIR SKILL. 1'crril-t ami Doom Tom y and Win- s'1- 1 3'hilartclphia I'ittsburfi................... -1 4 1 Demarcc, Mayer and Mllifcr Mi- Quillan, KanUchncr, Conzelmaii and Seining. Brooklyn 3 HI 1 St. Louis 2 H Unit day Coombs and C. Miller; Uoak and j has yet bi Suydcr. V.ulcan, Alta., Allff. The Slam- Iicdo at on Wednesday, ust II, promises to he one'oftlio exhibitions ot its kind over hold in the south of tho province. The best riders from all parts have made known their intention of competing for the valuable purses and the ag- gregation of riding and ranch talent that will he on show, ill Vulcan on will surpass anything lllilt as ye een seen in the district. To mention a few of the star rid- 'AMERICAN Chicago Washington New York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia w. sn Gil 58 53 .'17 38 33 L, 31 38 III 46 57 59 ers and ropers who will be here that day will give some idea ot tho excel- lent treat In horsemanship provided. Emery LeKran dler, champion of the Chicago................... (i I) 0 Washington 8 13 U Faber and Kclialk; Uohiisou and Ainsmith and Ileiuy. Second game- Chicago 3 12 1 {Washington............... f> 1 Russell, Klcpicr and Haver and Schalk Ayres and llcnry. Balance of games postponed, rain. Winnipeg and nielchen stampedes: Walter .McHllgh. who took first and championship at Gleichen this year for roping; -lack McGillis another rantestant; Joe Case of High River; Vic Scott a well-known rider, vlio took first urize here year; __ Lee Christiansen, Stevev: bareback rider ot Steve Smith of the Neil of the 112: Vittcrs, P. S. DOS- sard of Gleichen; W. Livingstone, who iiot the fastest time for on a steer at. Gleicheli this year; Mem. I'ne of tho lath C.M.H.: Hoy Lane of the ranch; H Jr., of Calgary; "Shorty" Hardwick of the Lazy 11 ranch, and lift! ot the Buffalo Hills. The sisters Susan and Kitty Drown, two of the most noted cowgirl riders In the west, will bo here, as also will Laura Adams, Lake McGregor: Lii- lie .Moss, Gleichen; Ada Laminernian, Gleichen. AmonK tile Indian riders there will be Tommy Three Persons, Little Axe, John Spotted Hull and Running Wolf. With a bunch of talented riders such as this, ttie management look forward to having the most success- fill stampede that they have yet been connected with. Special trains to and from Lelh- bridge, and to and from Macleod CF HE BIG LEAGUES NATIONAL CLUIi. IIATTINU m. New.York Kt. Louis .-255 Chicago ............................253 Cincinnati '213 ...............213 ...............230 Brooklyn Philadelphia lioston Piltsburi; I FEDERAL w. Kansas City Chicago Piltsburg Newark St. Louis (Brooklyn 55 53 53 35 Pet. .5-16 .516 I (Pittshurc 01 0 Baffalo..................... '1 10 0 Knelzcr and O'Connor and SMlen. St. Louis 5 13 2 Baltimore 162 Crandall and Chapman Suggs, Bailey, LeClair and Owens and Kus- Brooklyn-Chicago, postponed, wet grounds.' Newark-Kansas City, postponed, wet grounds. INTERNATIONAL (Toronto Tax Wilson, the H2 ranch H2; diet Mitchell, r of Oregon; been arranged for, and there will will be thousands of persons to witness the contestants strive for the purses totalling ?2500. I'LAYKUS' BATTIXU Dauborl, Brooklyn Mcrklc, New York Doyle, New York Snydcr, Kt. Louis.............. Cincinnati Ludcrus, Philadelphia I. Smith, lioston Tyler, lijslon Robertson, New York Saier, Chicago Xiinmennaii, Chicago Whittod, Philadelphia Killifcr, Cincinnati'.............. Collins, Wilsun, SI. Louis Connolly, Boston Myers, Brooklyn Zimmerman, Brooklyn Cravalh, Philadelphia llinchman, Piltsburg SchulU, Brooklyn Magee, Boston Long, St. Louis Burns, Now York T. Clarke, Cincinnati Archer, Chicago Good. Chicago.................. Herzog, Cincinnati Fisher, Chicago The glorious weather of the last week has roused the activity ot the members of the Atjuatic association, and prospects for a lively season on the lake are fine. -On Tuesday next a picnic will held, open to members and their friends. One of the objects is to get the grounds round the club house p.ut In shape, and for that purpose every one is invited to bring along a raHo or hoe. Another end in view is to get members better acquainted. "Eats" and as weri as ices will he provided. The proceedings start at -1 o'- clock with spade work (or something ol' that order; refreshments at G o'- _lock; work till sundown; dance to finish up the day. little RESOLUTE WINS RACE Newport, n.L, Aug. Resol- ute defeated the Vanitie today in tha special event defence yachts, be'ld in connection with the race for the Astor cup, :bl' the squadron of the New York Yacht club. Although the Vanitie crossed the finish line first, 13 4 Ihe Resolute won through her time al- CoUerill [Trout. Harrisbiirg Montreal anil I lowance of 1 minute and 36 seconds. I The corrected thud gave the race to i the Resolute by 1 minute and 8 sec- Enseman and Hcckinger McHalc, Cadorc and Madden. Second I-Iarrisburg 6 13 3 Montreal ..................13 IS 2 Goodbread, Sacht, Kraft and Snow; Cadore and Jersev City-Rochester, game called Bt end 'oi fourth, rain. AM. ASSOCIATION Kansas Ciry...... 7 Columbus 3 Minneapolis........ 11 Cleveland 0 NORTHWESTERN Seattle.........'...... 6 Vancouver...... 0 Spokane............. 4 Tacoma onds. The yachts sailed over a tri- angular course, a distance of 37% miles. WINN.IPEG ELEVEN BEAT FORT WILLIAM Winnipeg, Man.. Aug. Scottish of Winnipeg defeated Fort William in the first of the two-game series, the winner which will travel east to meet the winner of a similar series there, in the rinal proper for the Connaugbt Cup and the Ca- nadian soccer championship. The score was 1 to 0. .3. ff Announcement TOURING CAB RUNABOUT.....S480 TOWN CAR Fully equipped except Speedometer. F.O.B. Ford, Ontario. THE FORD GARAGE Virtue 1Z32 3rd AVE. S. PHONE "SMOKEY" JOE WOOD Noted pitcher the Boston Red o.x, who has been suspended by the club management, in- order to force iim into a needed rest, as advised by .307 .305 .301 .302 .200 .200 .281 .281 .380 .3-80 .270 .278 .276 .274 .273 .273 .273 .271 .270 AMERICAN CLUB BATTIXCr Black Cat makes every time It lias but one aim in life to please and always makes a hit. Black Cat never fails to strike the fancy of the most discriminating smoker. That's why every second man you meet is happily puffing away on his favorite Cat. As for you've v never experienced this feeling of complete smoke satisfaction, don't miss another chance, nor waste.a single minute. "Forward March" to the nearest tobacco shop and give the countersign Cigarettes -10 forlO Cents You'll enjoy a deiightiuiiy miid smoke, just a little bit better than you've ever had before. Saoe the BlacK Cat coupon.. They indicate the number of hit, you The more you set the valuable the gift you will receive at BlncK Cat headquarters in Montreal. Send the first 30 far the BlacK Cat war game. PLAYERS' BATTING Cobb, Detroit Kulh, Boston L Collins, Chicago Kirke, Cleveland Jackson, Cleveland Veach, Detroit Cicotte, Chicago Speaker, Boston Crawford, Detroit Strunk, Philadelphia Fournier, Chicago............... Cady, Boston Vaisel, N. Y.................... Lewis, Boston Philadelphia...... Pipp, New York Baker, Detroit Lajoie, Philadelphia Kananagh, Detroit Janvrin, Boston Hoblitzcl Boston Grancy, Cleveland Schang, Philadelphia Walker, St. Louis Bauman, New York -Sisler, St. Louis Weaver, Chicago Gainer, Boston Pel. I .360 .3-12 i "And 'Breaking Up the Game "I made a the player cried, "A hit that won me lasting fame, I made it when the score was tied And busted up the go'i darn game. .333 .332 .326 .325 '.323 .323 .321 .316 .315 .314 .307 302 .302 .301 did it clear the left field wall I asked him, and he answered ".Naw! I didn't hit the ball at 1 hit the umpire on the jaw." AUSTRALIAN BEATEN AGAIN BY INMAN Despite four breaks of over 500 each, George Gray failed for a sec- ond time to heat the British billiard champion, Melbourne Inman, in a match of IS.OOlt up, according to Lon- don advices. The margin against him was the substantial one of 7SS, but practically the whole of this advan- tage was. gained during the last ses- sion, which began with the scores a'i- most level. w'M' last SCO odd If ail these ball players must fieht, i "oints to fho why-don't they go to' Europe, where I "ad lust as .good a chance of the fighting is'good? [winning as ininan, but during most or I the hour's play, which served to bring the match to an end, he had "to sit IONDONEWJ. AND IN MONTREAL Speaking of Close Races Grantland Rice, snorting- versifier and comedian of the New York Tri- n the a physician. Boston officials will need Wood at his best in the crucial battles to come in the race for the league' pennant, as the fiu- isn oraws near. .1. -5 FATAL ACCIDENT IN DES MOINES ROAD RACE Des Moines, Aug. Cooper was killed in the auto- mobile speedway race here this afternoon, when his car jumped the track in i'ront of the grandstand on the 28th lap. VANCOUVER WILL PUT UP FIGHT -TO RETAIN MANN CUP Vancouver, B.C., Aug. ver Athletic, club will strain every ef- iort to maintain its hold on the Mann Cup. Last night Dr. Davidson, who is tiie British Columbia representative on the Canadian body, announced that as long as the Mann Cup was offi- cially recognized by the Amateur Athletic Union of Canada as the mug representative of the Canadian ama. teur lacrosse championship, and asj; long as a British Columbia club holds that honor, that every means would he adopted to hold the cup. P. .1. Lally has notified officials of the Vancouver A.C. that he will lake legal action to recover the cup unless it Is returned to the trustees. FEDERAL CLUB BATTING Dime, dresses up an old one glfollowing 31 "Sir, why don't you tell us the j j story about the Scotchman who over- 9 1 paid his [I j Which brings in an old yarn with a fairly, new twist. After a golf round jja few days ago, someone mentioned p the close race in the National league. "Yes, it's a close remarked Jerry Tracers, "but I iuive seen a much closer race." queried a bystander. "When J played through Jerry replied. Brooklyn Pittsnurg Baltimore Chicago St. Louis .Newark Buffalo Kansas City PLAYERS' BATTING Watson, Buffalo Magee, Brooklyn Lennox, Pittsburg Lennox, Pittshurg Quin, Baltimore Pet. .270 .2fiL .256 .256 .2nl .253 .252 .249 .353 Easterly, Kansas City ...........333 Katift, Brooklyn .............332 Campbeil, Newark................331 Flack, Chicago ...................330 Fischer, Chicago.................325 McConnel, Chicago ...............320 Ycrkes, Pittsburg................320 Cooper, Brooklyn ................317 Deal, St. Louis ...................311 Wash, Baltimore .................313 RouEch, Newark...................311 Konetchy, pittsburg ..............310 Suggs, 'Baltimore................ .302 LONGWOOD TENNIS TROPHY Morris Williams won the right to challenge Maurice McLoughlin, the present holder of the Longwood bowl, In a brief match with X. W. Niles of Bgaton, Thursday. Niles won only two gamae in three sets, Williams has been playing at the top of his for several days, and McLoughHn has not been showing in practice his accustomed form for grass court work. McLaughlin has two legs of the present Longwood bowl, and heeds another to obtain per- manent possession of it. The Williams-Nlles match Wednes- day-was1 the final in the all-comers' tournament, in which there 88 starters eleven Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our Prices and Goods In Bicycle Repairs Cannot Be Beat. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald Phone 1032 41814 5th Street Dibble Sets Example When, Bobbie Dibble, the Canadian champion sportsman, stated at Tor- onto that he was going to enlist after the Canadian Henley the end of this week, he started an agitation, for re- cruits amongst the Eastern rowing clubs that wVil bring many fine young 'olunteers to the ranks. Dibble is without a doubt the finest oarsman developer! in Canada since the days of Hanlon. He is without a. peer in Canada or the United States, and his enlistment will he foi'iowed by many others. Victoria sporting organiza- tions have also come to the fore in splendid fashion in this terrific strug- gle. President George Nicholson of the B.C.A.A.D. being the latest join the colors. A Baseball Problem The following appeared in the Re- gina Leader of a recent date: "In an amateur baseball game played recently, a play came up which, simple as it is in the final analysis, nuzzled some of the old- est fans as Sveii younger ones. The ,play was this: Run- ner on third two out and the call two strikes on the batter. Man on third starts to steal with pitcher's wind-up, and slides Into p'iate as the third strike goes over. Catcher drops third picks it up, tries to tag player sliding from third, then throws the ball to first, heating out the batter, who ran on drop- ped third strike. Was it a clean steal of home, which scored a run, or does the put-out at first preclude the counting of the 59 clearly, defines this Play. The run docs not count. However, the Leader seems to think it does in a note which followed.the and watch his opponent running away from him to victory. That is one of the worst experiences a billiard play- er can -suffer. For a fortnight Gray had been playing with splendid, cour- age, and against one of the most i'or- midati'ie match-winners the game ha known, and now with the end near and the honors withia his reach, h was compelled to look on, utterly helpless to counteract the all-conquer- ing effort of'his opponent. It is at such times as these that there seems something wrong with billiards.. Pa- tience is of no avail. When the final session began Inman was in play with a small break of nine, and be- fore he broke down he had scored 561, iis highest score of the match. Then after a fruitless innings he ran to iiis points with 1356 unfinished. Lawn Bowling g Sara Sly is looking through all the keyholes' in town for point 7. true to form in the western tennis. tournament at Leke Forest easily beating J. J. Festall of Church's victory.was one: of a half dozen scored by favorites .in; the third round, other successful, players being Al. Lindauer of who won a' hard-fought match fronV. Nat Thornton of Atlanta, Walter Hayes and Heathby: Ford. ________: 'feMPIRE CLUB WINS The Empire club piayed another match with the Gait club last night, and had Mttle difficulty in winning the. Bankers' trophy again. Marnoch and McNahb's rinks were in excellent form, and wore 15 shots up at the final end. R. Scott and Mcllvenn have challenged the Empire club lor a tho first of nest week. In the the stream Where the finny beauties gleam. Or if the wood. Dainty than good! An added zest to your holiday jaunt when are on hand. Really the sugar-coated confection with the fresh mint flavor. Take a good supply with -you. MADE in CANADA 'Save the Cmhion Cover Couponi in every S, 10 and 2oc Chiclet Package. CANADIAN CHEWING CUM COMPANY. LIMITED TORONTO ;