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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1915 THE tETHBHIPGE DAILY HKUALU PAGE THWEB BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia 63 Brooklyn si Chicago lloston New York SI. Louis Cincinnati w L. 49 19 511 41) pet. .Ml .r.aa .5 is .515 .510 .rioo .430 a i 3 o S Vauglilt "Humphries and Archer Sallee, Orincr, Robinson and der. New York j] J Pittsburg Tcsreau, Malirewson, Kitlci and Maroimiux and Gibson. No other games scheduled. DEFEATED CALLIES LAST NIGHT BY ONE GOAL TO NIL o--------------------------------- AMERICAN Boston Detroit Chicago Washington York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia W. 66 61 62 54 49 40 33 I'd. .653 .622 .603 .521 .495 .390 .381 .334 Cleveland 8 W New York '1 10 Walker, Harstadt anil I'.gan War- hop, Shawkcy and Alexander. St. Louis............... 0 1 Boston Wcilman and Agncw Foster and Cndy. Detroit-Washington, Chicago-Philadelphia game called in second inning, rain. FEDERAL w. Chicago 5fl New York .18. Kansas City 58 Piltsburg 55 St. Louis Brooklyn Buffalo Baltimore Chicago Js'ewark............... McDonnell and Fischer and Rariden. Kansas Brooklyn Main and Easterly Land. Ballimorc-Pittsbiirg, rain. Bultalo-St. Louis, rain. GOAL SUMMARY North Lcth. 1 Callks.................... Second Halt North Leth. U., Holbertnn, 20 mln. The Llne-Up Kane and Davis; Kane, McKay and Watt; Jones, Buchanan, Irwln, Davidson and McMillan. N. L. Seaman and Holland; Willetts, Whyte and Hol- bcrton; Campbell, J. Tenant, Gurr, T. Tenant and Breeze. Gurr. League Standing p. W. L. S. 0. E. 6 4 1 N. L. U. 6 4 1 Callies 6 0 6 D. P. 1 9 1 9 0 0 Pet. .578 .558 .547 .545 .544 .444 .434 .353 7 1 7 2 Musolcy Marion INTERNATIONAL 0 5 3 Jersey Bity ...............11 11 0 Alorrissette, Lamont and 0 Don- Bell Crutcbcr and Tragressor. Harrishurg 0 2 1 Providence 690 Chabek and Hecklinger Ocschgcr and Saliee. Second Harrisburg (Providence Smith and Hcckinger A few Callies' supporters thought before the game that the Scots might slip it over North Lethbridge last night by an off chance, but the gen- eral opinion favored the North side eleven to win without much trouble North Lethbridse won, 'but not will ease. This the score indicates. The youngsters, who for the most part compose the Callies line-up, made il interesting for the blue shirts, and kept the issue in doubt until the end. North iLethbridge nut up the strong er appearance, and certainly the besl eleven won, even though the lone goal ot the match was a questionable one. The score came in tbe second half Holberton kicked toward the Caliie goal. Gurr, who occupied offside ter rltory, was struck with the. bail il Its progress. The ball rebounded of G.urr, and Holberton shot it again this time into the net. The Caliie claimed an offside, but as Gurr dii 2 not voluntarily contribute to the scoi of the goal, an offside was not al lowed. The result of tbe match ties u] the Son? ami Uniteds, and necessi tales a play-off for the champlonshi] next Thursday evening. There were no ,big features to th contest last night, but here and ther from time to time a flash of sta work, contributed by Jones, Davis and D.unlop was seen. 1 1 1 Cooper and AM. ASSOCIATION St. Paul Louisville Hall and .Johnson fl'aylor and Crossin. Milwaukee 13 Irwin __.......________ Davi proved the star of the field. Davis i a member of the 13th C.M.R. on fill lough, and was given a tine receptioi by the few stand-bys of the game wh were present. He played one of th best defensive games seen at the par this year. To' Davis is coming coi siderable credit for the showing o the Callies against a mighty stron; aggregation. Jones was prominent, because he out-guessed th famous Bill Holberton on more thai one occasion. He also, centred wel Irwin stood out by'virtue of his ag gressive and consislent work. Dun lllis.j 12 14 (Called end of tenth, Dougherty, Shacklcford, Rhoadcs, Slapnicka and Brennan, Hughes rtVillis, A. Crandall, Schardt, Lcver- tm ?nd Blackburn. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 3 Tacoma 2 Spokane i Seattle 3 (12 lop made many brilliant saves in th I Cables' goal, and turned the ball 1 its progress to the net with grea skill" 3 North Lethbridga showed up to ad 'tage in the first half, but to th VULCAN STAMPEDE BRINGS IN" 5000 VISITORS Vulcan, Alta., Aug. usual- ly steady-going and sedate little farm- ing town .on the Aldersyde-Lethbridge line was inundated loday by at least 5000 strangers who., came from all parts of southern Alberta to attend fhe "Stampede" giveii_here. Special trains were run, and many fanners put in the-time between hay- Jng and harvest watching the attrac- tion. The town celebrated enthus- jastically, and' the affair was a huge The events on the programme in- cluded bucking contests, steer riding, jriaverick races, etc., in fact, every- thing that goes to make up a starn- jiede. The contests. were exciting and thoroughly enjoyed 'by the big crowd pf spectators. DREW RETIRES Howard 'Drew, one-time star 300- sprinter, has announced his re- tirement from the field of athletics owing to his poor, physical condition. Drew made after having been defeated in the 100-yard dash at the Panama-Pacific expos! flan contests, held last week. COBB HAS BIG OFFER It Is reportpd that Ty Cobb of the Detroit Tigers has been offered 000 for f three-year, contract with the Federal league. The o.ut1aws state the money will be placed in a tank to Cobb's credit on his signing i contract, Broadbent of Ottawa has and if he can cafry his hock- ey stick into the trenches, the car- Qiige among the liful. Germans will be LIFTS RAWORTH CUP BY DE- FEATING M. S. McARTHUR IN FINAL TEST MAYOR HARDIE PRESENTED TROPHY' TO CLOSE .CONTEST V (I Oliver captured Ik- liawnrth cup'on 'the courts ot the lily Iranis club hist evening. defeated M. h. McArthur (1-3, -5-7 and 8-0 in the final mat-1. of the iropny. I lie Ra- wotth cup is emblematic of the city club championship, which practically means the championship oi the city. His Worship -Mayor llardie pre- sented cup to the winner liciorc a large gallery of spectators, who had witnessed the match. The is won by the knockout process and McArlhur, were the survivors. During the mating tests some brilliant tennis! was exhibited but no matcln came up the standard of last nignt's uis- play. There was no trick of the courts left out of. the games and the brilliant play kept the attention of the spcclutors riveltcd upon the keen battle' lor every point- They were seen up at the net in fast exchang- es and then on the hack line where the smartest science -was shown in varied backhand sweeps and forehand drives coupled with accurate place- ments Occasionallv the lobbing game was indulged in, but just in man- oeuvring for a "killing" or to ex- tricate from a predicament. Oliver took the first set without much trouble, In the second set Oliver led 4-to 1, McArthur with a splendid rally caught his opponent and finally pulled into the lead and won on-extra games by 7 to 5. In the deciding set Oliver went into Ihe lead and again McArthur caught him and pulled ahead JIcArthur was serving and .had a winning.game going his way 40-15, when Olivet- came back'with a dash, caught Jlc- Ai-tbur won seventh and the next game, taking the set 8 to b and the match.1 JlcArthur lost out in rushing the net. When hcicame up Oliver succeed- ed in passing the ball down the side line out oi llcArthur's reach. Con- or at blind sistcncv would have won for Oliver curves in motor tails. At Logan's the second set and th..same may be Fedry Hill, in Pennsylvania, an auto j said of McArthur in respect to the club has had placed a big mirror, so I final set. ALBERT L. MAMAUX A Pittsburg youngster who is con- sidered a pitching find in baseball circles; having everything necessary on the ball and a change of pace ri- valling Mathewson. 'He has'won games out of 18 pitched. ON 1HE IE Her New One fop Autoists is a new one for members of e auto clubs who have signs at danger- ous intersections of roads or at blind situated that a driver coming from either direction can see what is com- ing on the curve beyond. The mir- ror has made a great hit there. Tennis a Major Sport has lost the reputation of being a pink-tea, handkerchlef-in-the- sleeve, deah-old-Algy sort of affair, and has come to be recognized as spirited, red-blooded and fast. Peo- ple thaugbt its chief ingredient was milk-and-water, now they know it is ginger." So says Louis Graves in an article entitled "The Rise of In the August Century, the general theme of which is said to be the startling increase in popularity of a game formerly enjoyed only by a few, Cobb Leads by Mile Last season Fritz Maisel led the American league with a tota'i of 74 thefts. This season Fritx had it figr ured out thai if he could bat above The mayor when awarding the cup to the. proud winner complimented the players upon the excellence of their performance. -The Itaworth cup .was held by Doc- tor Mason, formerly of this city. KEEL'S EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR TOMORROW and Fiorsheim Shoes .300 he would be -ten jumps beyond the next bloke in sight. But the dope slipped a cog for Fritz. The dope amuse ,11 mii slipped when Cobb decided to lead surprise of all, tbe.Callies opened up the himself. far Fritz has stolen he is sti'il 21 -back of who is oul in front with 60. Maisel has a good chance of beating lis 1914 mark. But. Cobb needs only 40 thefts in more than 60 games'to :otal record unequalled in the' last fifteen years of play un- der modern conditions. Take Your Pick The figures show that the Ameri- can league base-runners this season are nearly 50 per cent, better than their rivals in the National. The American leaguers have stolen S32 bases, against ,669 for the Nation- s. These figures, incidentally, bring up a rather" interesting question. Is it that the catchers in the National are better, or is it true that thqir base-runners are really slower? Experts who -have timed the vari- ous runners declare the National lea- gue has more fast nien than the Am- eri Lace or Button, Black or Tan, Sizes 4, 4 K, K., K only Fathers and mothers who want a good and dressy shoe for their boys will do well to call early, as stock is limited and will not last long at the price This is also a rare opportunity to men, who can find their shoe in sizes named, to get a Fiorsheim Shoe at Half Price Oliver Block Fifth Street i line of fire that carried the fight in o the North Lethbridge territory, ind more than made it interesting or the blue shirts. However, the steady defence of the North siders prevailed against the most determin- ed onslaught, and proved impregnable .ill the end. NOTES OF THE GAME The North Lethbridge defence was strong when' the trying times came. Hewitt was called upon to save only a few shots and he executed them well. i The young blood that the Callies have instituted in their team is very promising. With a couple of more years' experience, oUi fans say, they will make., a good team. Dunlop was kept busy enough and displayed classy form. His work in goal was big league stuff and his many brilliant saves'were responsible for the low score. The-combination work of .-the N. :L IL was good, and the forward line was kept busy running down field. F. Simm and Tennant and A. Gurr fig- ured prominently in the playing. Jack Davis, the soldier boy, play- ing left back for the Callies, had in him Ihe stuff that resembled the old Mclntyrc, liaston, Bannerman trio. Jack spoilt many chances for scor- ing and was always there. 'Joncsy1, playing outside right lor the Callies in the second half, show- ed up well. Features of his playing were the pretty shots that he drop- ped in front of the N. L. goal from the outside. The spectators for the most part were tickled to see the junior player circle around Holberton with'the ball. The North Lethbridge players hac 1 in weight am it on the1 Callies height. ...On one or two 'occasions RARE SERVICE FOOLED McLQUGHLIN BUT HE 'WON MATCH EASILY Seabright, N. J., Aug. E. McLoughlin, oi California, T. H. Pell and Karl H. Belli won their' places today in the semi-final round of the .Achelis challenge cup singles in straight sets victories on the turf courts "ot the Scabrigbt Lawn Tennis and Cricket club here. The Qalifornian met Harold A. Throckmortbn, the Princeton and Me. tropolitan junior champion. Throck- morton's swift, twisting service tem- porarily checked JIcLoughlin, who, had to let himself out on drives and volleys to win. Ward Dawson of California was outplavcd bv Pell. Behr was in phe- SAYS SUNK oupaye y nomenal form and easily defeated Robert LeRoy. McLoughlin and Dawson won a place in the finals of the doubles. The doubles and final will be de- cided tomorrow. The suirimary Singles, third Mc- Loughlin'beat H. A. Throckmorton, London, Aug. dis- patch to the Daily Te.egraph from Athens, says that the Turkish cruiser Goehen (re- named Sultan Selim, after her purchase from Germany by Turkey) has been torpedoed by an allieid submarine near the Bosphorus. The Daily News Athens cor- respondent" says the Turkish cruiser torpedoed was the for- mer German Breslau, named by the Turks Midullu. "At the same the Daily News correspondent adds, "the submarine which succeeded in entering the Clack Sea, also torpedoed one gunboat." PROHIBITION FOR 1 T. li. Pell heat Ward Dawsou, i K. H. Behr beat R. LeRoy, 6-2. Doubles, semi-final Beclc- -man and L. E. Alahar beat S. H. Vpshel'and H.-Tallent by default. M E. McLoughlin and Ward Daw- son beat C. P. Watson. 'Jr., and S. thayer, 6-3.. BRITISH COLUMBIA Vancouver, .B.C., Aug. Busi- ness men have combined with the temperance people in British Colum- bia in a demand [or. prohibition. A convention will be held in Vancou- ver -late in August, when a provincial campaign in favor of prohibition, at least during the continuance of tbe war, will be instituted. Tbe World 1 newspaper has. announced a policy absolutely in favor of prohibition. CALGARY ALDERMEN ENLIST Calgary, Aug. 1 Two city aldermen, will rprobably don khaki in the near future. Aldermen RViey and Mitchell have offered .their services Make Presentation to Fernie Lady Ferule, B.C., Aug. (Special to The A pleasant dance was given last night in the pavilion erect- ed on the Trites' grounds for the pat- riotic demonstration of a week. ago. by members of the society. A goodly crowd were in attendance, the pro- ceeds going to swell the funds of the society. .lust across the road, at the resid- ence of Mr. Jlott, a gathering of the ladies of the Methodist Ladies' Aid society were assembled to present to Mrs. Dr. Bonnell, one of the earliest members of the society, .upon the eve of her departure for St. -Stephen, an address appreciative of her services to the society, and also, a smal'i token of respect in the shape of a hand- some suitcase parasol. 11 rs Bonnell was very much sur- prised .but rallied to the occasion, and responded to the address In. a very earnest expression of her thanks for the evidence of kind re- ricttu. If that be true, it must be that the catchers are -better in the National, lhat the runners are less ambi- tious. Take your pick. Days of Real .Fighters A different crop of fighters were 'harvested in the old days. In these days tbe first consideration of a fight- er is the dollar. In the past the thought was money. Many years ago, Jack Dempsey fought" Jack Fogarty with skin-tight gloves in the woods near New York City. The fight was for a side bet and a purse, winner to take all. Fogarty put up a wonderful fight, but in the 27th round Dempsey shot a terrific right swing to Fogarty's jaw, and the latter went down for the- count. When Fogarty revived he saw sev- eral spectators passing the hat. "Why are-they doing he asked, through his bleeding, swol. len lips. "They're collection for was the answer. "Tell Ihem -to stop stop snapped" Fogarty. "I