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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1915 BASEBALL T HE L B T HBR1PGE BAILY HERALD PAGB THREB NATIONAL w. i.. Philadelphia 63 Brooklyn 55 PitUbiirg Boston Chicago New York St. Louis Cincinnati New York Fttlsburg.................. Marqiiard, Schaner and Doom Ad- arns and Gihson. BrooUji Chicago Smith and McCarty iArcher. Philadelphia-Cincinnati, rain. Bostnu-St. Louis, ruin. AMERICAN i., Olympic Record Not Touched Though Relay Record for World is Broken MoVEY SCORES KNOCKOUT Boston, MdKS.. Aug. Sam JloVey, the Ban FnuiclK- oo negro heavyweight, knock- ed out Snildy FormiKon of chelsou in tlie eighth round of a sdif'lu'iyd ll'-ro.und bout to- nisht. ram MS 11 EASY AT SEABRIGHI Boston Detroit. Chicago Washington Kfiw York St. Louis ClfVeland Philadelphia San Francisco, Cat. ileon athletes struggled, loday for four i and one-half lioum. In the first five! events of the decathlon, which Is he. j.1, ills decided on Ilio I'aniiraa-l'aclfic sladium. while AFTER ACHELIS CUP HELD BY NORRIS WILLIAMS Ki lid -..VJU tar were endeavoring; to keen up with iha .327 intricalH system Tim five linil-ineler d ol" fi St. Louis Boston 2 Kooh and Agncw Shore, Mays and Cady. Second St. Louis 3 7 I Boston 10 13 0 Louderniilk. Cook and Sevrrnld O'Leary, Until and Thomas. Cleveland l! 2 Xew York 2 C. Jones, llarstadt. and I Fisher and Xunnmiiker. I Second game- Cleveland 3 New York 2 Hagcrman, Walker and Bgan and Alexandra. Detroit s II 1 Washington 2 9 n Stern and Stanage Johnson. Har- per and Ainsinith and Williams. nolht awardilig. vents coniesled ware tliB dash, high Jimili. lirood (junili, iiiittliiji I he IB-pound shot and 100-meter flat race. According to the unofficial figures the following Is the standing of lhe first eight men: A. N. Richards, ll'iinois A. C., C. A. Brundage, Chicago A A.. 358S.78. Joiin .lacobs, Oklahoma univer- sity. :'.ot 11. GoeliU, Chicago A. A., 3125.40. A. H.. Ilutchinson. Illinois A. C. Fred Thompson, Los Angeles A. C., 3243.48. D. F. Ahearn, Illinois A. C., Chester Fee, Miilliuimah A. C., Portland, Otheri Follow With (lift exception of Fred Slormer of lhe Cincinnati .Chamber of Com- merce, and B. Knoiirek of lhe Illinois A. A., who dropped out after conv uutinii in three events, the remainder following Sonhrlght. N.J.. Aug- K. McLoughiili, the Pacific coast ten- 01 iiiK expert, made his itppeurmiee here today on the turf of the i.a.vii Tennis and Cricket dull in tlie ijuest for the Achclis cup. .McLongh- lin won his first conlest by bentinfi 1.. K. Mahan ot the West Side Tenni The former national trlflo sluggish or ac- tion. He did not lot himself out in ill compelled lo hy .Mahnn. and lhe ho shot drives fast and deep through the opposite court for the victory. R. N. Williams 11., Hie rival of .Mc- Loughlin. Is the holder of lhe Achelis i challenge cup, and will defend in the j rhalleir-io' round. Ward Dawson of sotiihern California and Harold A. Throekmorton, the Met- ropolitan junior Uric-holder, iinrform- hrillianlly. Dawson heat Sydney, Chicago Philadelphia............... Scott and Sch.alk Hressler, and Lapp and AlcAvoy. FEDERAL Chicago......... Newark 57 Kansas City 5S Pittshnrg SI St. JjOtiis Sf> Buffalo .Brooklyn IB Baitimbrc 3t) Pet. .580 .569 .558 .MO! .539 .138 .-13-t .356 St. Louis ..................I Buffalo 0 Crandall and Chapman i Krapp and Hair.. Chicago 1 Newark............. Bicnnan and Fisher Brandon and Rariden. PittshurR Baltimore Allen. Margcr and O'Connor Bai Jry, Johnson and Owen. Kansa.i City 3 Brooklyn 3 Packard and Brown Mil Smith and pinion and Land. of the coinpetilors closely on ihu heels of the leaders. U II None decathlon Olympic re- ly were approached. Davis1 The University of Chicago had no (rouble in winning the open mile championship relay race of the Am- erican Athletic union, with I.e itoy Campbell, Joan Breathed, Benga Des- mond (colored) and Stegeman. The Boston A. A., the Cineiiiniiti Cham- ber of Commerce and Los Angeles A. C. teams finished in the order named. New World's Relay Record The 400-tneter fiat relay race went io the team of the Chicago which, defeated the only other eu- iranlT lhe Los Angeles A. A., in the new world's figures of 41 3-fi seconds. Owing to a ihrisk wind that was hlow- iinir down the straightaway, tlie record j cord will not lie allowed. The win- I ning team was represented hy Harold Smith, .1. Loomis, A. Booth and An- il 1 0 drew Ward. Falkonbura, Other races will he the two-mile relay, and the Ameri- Lcan modified niitrathon. 6 13 12 i special i-aee will he held between .ed Mereditn, the national champion: B. Dlsmond and Frank S. f.oman of Olympic cl.nb of this city, in an effort to create a new world's 440- iyard record. Tlie existing record 47 seconds flat, made hy Maxey j in 1902. A course has been arra where wind will play no 8 0 2 II Hartley, 1 1. I INTERNATIONAL Rochester.......... 2. Toronto Second Rochester.......... 5 Toronto Hlchmond........... 1 Providence Only two games scheduled. AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis....... 5 Columbus Kansas City...... 1 Cleveland Milwaukee.......... 4 Indianapolis St. Paul-Louisville, .rain. en UP REMARKS ON li IE A New Star Trio While eastern writers are henipan- ng the fact that the Boston mound i-io, composed of James, Rudolph and Tyler, has been smashed, it appears Tliayer of Philadelphia. S-l. ii-4. The and whelming his Hdversar morion completely mastered A. H. Man. jr.. former Yale, captain, at fi-2. ti-1. Man-was never successful'in ap- m-oacbit the net as Throckmorlon BILLY GROSS I Principal winedUin with the I Sally Musical-Comedy Cornpppy I will appear ai the Majestic Theatre A presto change act was staged at the lake yesterday afternoon and ev- ins ening in the vicinity oi the Aquatic 'ovpr. 1 ciuh. The clean-up picnic as a huge 'TI -ock success in every particular and thcj r.r" I surroundings of the' Aquatic dub-t house were transformed in n few hours from one of unkempt appear- ance to one ol.unilcnn nicety. Some: see history says: volleyed and crossed accurately for passes. Tennis at Chicayo Chicago. 111.. Aug. T. j liit.y members of the. club anil friends gathered. at the house at four o'clock in the aflernoon and i coimnciiced. spudding wftcds, triui- u M. COlllinCiK-CU MHUIIHIIl'i Hl-.vu.-i, uiiui- Chicago. Ill, Aug. minp-trees ami in other respects im-! Hayes and Unrdicl, non I ha H lhe in western rhampionslnii tenms doubles ill al Lake Forest today and wi.l rcnra- n, dub sent the west la the national elimiiia tlon tournament, which starts on lhe courts of Oinventsia club tomorrow. They defeated Alexander Stinair and Heath Byfor, 'I-G, 6-1, Claresholm, Aug. good pro- cram of races will be run oft here on 12 and the occasion of th3 Claresholm Fair. A hase- hall tmirnament, too, v.-ill he a lea- lure of the fair. The program tol- the lake in front of the club house, too, were cleared, This will prove a boon to the .batlier.s. The big party lunched at 7 o'clock and then commenced ilieir work again and continued :lintil dark. At nine o'clock the nterry toilers stopped. work and then enjoyed themselves in a clubhouse hop until eleven o'clock.! The work oi the Aquatic nssocia-j lion'in this respect.-is not completed j and another day will he devoted by i its members to the same end in the j near future. The commUtcr behind -the scheme is composed ol R. A. Smith, T. C. Ridpath and ti. Dixcn. Edmonton, Aug." 10. idea! track conditions the first day's rac- ing in connec ;on with the Etimon- this were 3-Minutc trot or pace, heats 2 in 3. Entry prize ;.3nil prize, J30.00. Half-Mile heats, 2 in running, ton exhibition was held here cnlrv 00 i afternoon. Altuough the horses 1 o'cai ponv race for piuiics U-3 not of as high a class as in previous and under owned in the district trih-j years they were well matched in to- utary io Claresholm, lo he riilden hy day's .events and there were some mdcr 16, entry spectacular finishes. The results PUKSF, SBOO Away The Stone Age man held a pebble in his Back mouth for moisture and to prevent thirst. Forlorn makeshift of an arid land. Roots and herbs served better where plant life existed. Between Early Spanish explorers found the Aztecs used Times pleasant and agreeably relief from tropical heat. Refined Mexican Chicle, its merits proven Today by the test of time, is the basis of and __ Studied processes, special machinery, immaculate factories and the waxed wrapper sealed air tight make it the Perfect Gum in the Perfect Package. IN CANADA Wriuler Jr. Co., Tomato, Ontario Two delicious flavors cooling, soothing Peppermint and the toothsome tang of fresh Mint Leaves. CIS Ghew it fa" and S3. SECON'i) DAY-18TH AUGUST Trot or Trol or (Kntry for the last'.iwo o per cent. and 5 per cent, from mon-; ey winners. The x per cent to be'fig-j as though Stalllngs has picked tip an- urr.d on a S100 other group Adeline, Chas. ,l! Mitchell. 4 2311 Senorita Great. 31 133 :JIalia Belle. Win. Hassett. :l 3 3 3 3 I Skvland 4 -1441; Time: CAMPERS WITH PACE, TROT, PUHSE 5800 Holly Brand, Hco. Spencer.. 1111 Tyler that is work. Hughes. Regan and doing just as good J rider ol winner to receive a sihor ----'---------B mounteri Kntry Open pony race foi1 ponies 11-3 and tJVttll lit] U- Roxy Hal, J. HoSman Alpha Dell, Al vance 3 2 5444 HAVE LIVELY YOUNG BEAR AT POPULAR RESORT si-amiieriag kiddies v.'lio had remained at a distance, t'iiiue for a lock' Carefully stretdied out thrrc roi'rs Hiuin" was taken lo Hazzard'b hotel, where he was chained to a t u Tlie sliow is now on. Hit trip up hy auto i'au uow be made via Caniston, and is fail" ex pn i tetni iniibt lo securul K1 lord utth tbt in ichinc 1 hb PI s is in has krpt nnnj MS ilors out of thr park this season, ruuvaJescing in erton Park, Aug. cap tent of O. Rich and Van Brown is the f Hi ter ind Aliss Kite Malkin .Misy UaU-s snrt iHss 'aiiiitm ind (pr inrt uiEe Mrs D Considerable has devel- oped in track and field circles-as to lhe propriety of accepting the new world's record of 4.12 for the mile Ul rim nude bv Normin Taber in the of Hunard Sladiuin on Jul> IT The. Mark Spen-icolltent1011 of obiectorg to accept 'mg the figures is tint the time FacU Are Facts It'a all right for some major lea- sue criticiB to belittle, the efforts of ,he officials of' the Federal league, lut the fact rfimitlns that the outlaw organization is upholding its end Thej started busineeB a ajco and are stiongej than I ocaL saddle horse under. Kali-mile. Kntry ?3. Five-eighths mile dash V Nashw'aak si.ake .for horses sired by the National Bureau Stallion "N'ash- three-eighths mite, entry... A.ipna ijcii, AI anue lenu ui :.i.n.i 'j- .n-'-u Scarlet Trent, B. Thompson-G 6 5 dr! Stoddard at Cameron Falls, [urmsh ,.n n.itt jixcit-cmeiit for tne here tins evening t-t liCiit-, 13. I u u ,1 Ui I 0 >iul 01 Rich Eshom Williams stoddard and stood up on his o ran Coronation, Fire-1 Jor an interview ol about and othu pel s uinpcrs he mddc ofi! a-. In ere Ipumi, camp [WINNIPEG SELLS THREE PLAYERb short time Mi Furneson of ,lc C irl Daniclbo Babemnn Mm Clt lira Pen of ithletlcs tha difficulty of finding a field and'con- ditions that will give a runner of Ta- hero tjpe the oppoiimut} to break such L i ecord ei en though he has the iblhtA G Georse of set _tha time for tlie iniie atv4. I Itrhcr lltnlon ol the ol the ItngU- u tiubt, ,1 Chicago Nitioml Iej4iit tluh 'nd others pasted in in into pri.sideiit lobn Ijiirmeiblei a look it th laiib received acceptance of his offer Hid and this time -s no' U'2-5 In 1888, hv" an t. VJ IJtlftcl ol the club i amatcui until 180o lomms Oon n ItiRUe sod to neff Ian the distinct, district tributary to Claresholm, try The meeting to be conducted under the rules of the American Trotting Association (of which the Clareshoim Park Association is a member) and the usual rules and conditions of this meeting running MLCS at catch to follon its course If the tale be true it la imall wonder that Fielder Jones nicked about Iht bland of nm pirlng his Iciin iccelved leontlj UMPIRt QUIOLEY BURNED Chicago, 111., Aug. B C Quiglej serlouslj injuicd this afternoon ;by an explosion in the slo-ve in the ticket office at the National league parK He luflat Inj- his breast protector when me Ji cldenl occurred. He. was hadly nil. and was -taken, ,to.n nearby hospital. The patient, recov. eicii onscloiisness later and it was mated that, while were not serious second Breiiwell J. U. Ford, third. Also ran Ruby H. Dor- vie and John W Retuinmj, in i mm lu the} noticed the hear leaving the tent and as the machine'rushed up, held me him or from the roid he ItuhtciPd an I up a j ick pine iO feet high nisi m nont 01 old oil buildmi, Sltx voon the whole pirl popuhtion on the scene and several good kodaks were flavins on him lie went light to the top and received acceptan the tiiree .players from Chicago to- niglil. The men will report at the close of the N'orlliern league season. LOOK HERE Great baseball tournament to con. ,v mence on the 12th August, FAST WORK BY HORSES to rural baseball teams composed the farming class in the. district liutary to Claresholm. First >lo second Jill. GRAND RAPIDS MEET Windsor, Ont., is a good place for the Sammy Taylor-Wolsast fisht; That is, if you do not live in Windsor, Out. BLADDER In 04HOURS Grand Hapids, Mich.. Aug. today's Grand Circuit races here for lhe 2.08 pacers, Geers drove Russell Boy. a second choice, to the money in straight heats In hp Furniture stake for liOOO Bon nmgton, with Geers up atf outsider won the first hea( v The sensation 'of the day was sprung by Blower Direct, when she won the 2.03 In' straight heats. She negotiated the first mile In and the second In the fastest heats ever travelled by a roare. CALLIES VI." NORTH LETH. MIL North Lethbridgp Inlted and llglit 10 tut mi. play football tomoirim fftolts o iock him oh iwinti'il ht at the' rhis ed feupt. Coopei and Haiders Alli- son and Fckstrum appeared with sad-, die horses and ropps hut Hrum too handi imong the lot them laelt bro iRht up whicg Mr Uium from the end of a long pole. 1 he crowd got tired of the fun ind ind it remained foi Siper- mlcndcnt Toopei I ckstrum will he the last league fixture of tlie season between these two ctubs. If Norm talhbildge the match thpv will olai off foi the cinmpion ship next ICthe Caches win the title will go lo the SOB and the league season will he over. The line, up teams: I-Iorne and- Has ton: .Buchanan. AlcKay and'Knight means ot wire loopb fastened to ropes mil operated, froni the r-nds of long, dry pine-poles tinallv secured the Iiwm I inning and i and Me North Seaman and Holland: Wiiletts, and ilolberton; Campbell, J. i Tennant frillPr OOOPPl acl.lln.tl firm hold that h.ougn, rtrum down Gurr T. 1 ennaiit and Breeio. in a great rage The quick use of ReEerven: T. Maclndoe and J. rope In Ml Stoddard ind Ml TMv'er ttiviii put Ihmgi in oidci mil the' -Kick off at o c'.ock. f Will _ in Th'ero it stood until 1111 when Jonn Paul JoneR reduced it one-fifth of ft second ind two later cut a. whole second off that time In this J ace Joner had opponents Taber, 3iowt Hai mon Daitmouth and Ma- lena of PenasyUania ail of whom finished In the order named This in extiaordmai> tield and forc- ed lone? to run it his best speed to time less thin two seconds thar Georges recoH of 4 made when a proiesalonal In 1'Sl In the rice m which George estab- lished the -o-oilds record that Taber bioke the Higlish piofessional ban his oponent m the match contest at LiHiebndge I ondon Blllv Cum- i mmgs a r inner of almost equal "Wi- lt can bp seen thei afore that it seldom that a gioUE of runners ot _ sufficient speed can be gathered der perfect lacing conditions to rant expectations of reducing record! nhich reached the point Mhefe rj tho mile figures are todsv Tuber, could have in all probahilltj loseren, tf the record mat as much or more had he been able to race the full mile mamst a Held of runners canalue of DUTiiif; ivltb him for the entire dlstaitfce at T. speed In- side 4 IS lust where to find such field the objectors lo the record to state. i ;