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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta nilDAY, AUGUST 14, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE RECORD BATJLE FOR TENNIS Amtnlian and States Split Honors Even in First v Clash for Davis Cup Hills; N. Y., .Aug. The open matches in the between Ibfae Unrted States and Australasia W the possession, of the cup eratitein- the world's team "tennis cham- played .here this afternoon, in one and one de- feat: for each nation. Anthony F. MWmg, of the chal- lenging team, defeated R Nome liams U-i of the, American defenders in straight sets, 7-5, 6 2, 6-4 Not Abe teart disturbed by the defeat of bis team mate, Maurice F McLaugh lin evened the day's score by defeat Norman E Brookes, captain in three cUrring sets by score of 17-15, 6-3, S3 As a result, the -ultimate winner: of fche trophy; and- championship cannot decided before Saturday. The of was. leading ths American league, when the'lait aver- were published, but he haB given place to Joe Jackson at the top now. Joe's rightful place, is at the top, and there is only one who to beat him to It, and .that is Ty Cabb. Brookes McLaughlm match marked a Watch out for Jackson and Cobb at histoLy-making epoch in the sport the finish, and thrilled spectators to the point seldom reached in: racquet bat- -tles For one hour and twenty min- utes these two masters of the game battled through the first set under a broiling sun-before Brookes was forc- ed to acknowledge -t-hat at last he had met his superior in skill and en- durance.rTtie set a new THirla s record for cup tennis, sup planting 13 14 match plajed ot.the Aus- English teams, respect- ively, at.Boston last week. The football match at the ball'park last night1 was a unsatisfactory affair. The North 'Lethbridge Pnited handed the Shamrock team a beauti- Thi1 score as i) to 1 fltll quota The game ended as unsatisfactory The advantage of ser-ice the beating im- acuic a i ton lhe nere ,n no shape to tntt foi 30 game, each on the 1he on tllc 'fleld nruce nas not until the More o[ only M1M men The, stood 15-15 that McLaughlm broke pnlled man ollt o[ thc to through the tmng and lt tcn hut the brolien up Bng on his semce, easih tool the I s ,t tonlfl not given the JicU game ana the set leam a rtm.nt bat McLaughlm then ran out the next tle lt coufd have n.ustBrod the anil match; Williams' showing against Wilding as disappointing from an Am-. _ erkao point of view, as lhe victory over. Brookes was elating. not in opened with with tlic. decisions o the ref- blinding assortment of cross-courts I Held and line.scorching shots that had his not more opponent completely bewildered dur-1 thnn, a wrporals guard turned out ins the first three games. Williams, i >f' "'aS kawever, failed to hold thc pla.n fal ltb lioUsly set. for. hisN play and Wilding! steadiness ih the back court'soon had, Williams back lo lhe erratic game for which he is noted., The Doubles match will be played o'clock, tomorrow afternoon with Wilding and .Brookes represent- the -challenging and Mc- 3-otiehlin paired probably with hjs rejular partner, T.; C. Bimdy, play- insr fin the United States. The Amer- icans must win -this1 match or take both singles on Siitiirday in order to retain the cnp, since the conditions FOOTBALL Rough Stuff Pulled in the Pass by Teams Playing for Mutz Cup Frank and Goleman having played a draw on Saturday last, these two teams again met in the replay at Frank, to again try conclusions who would be the winner to meet Coal Creek on Saturday next in the final for the Mutz cup, and after one of the best exhibitions seen in the Pass for a long the Frank eleven proved victorious-by one goal to nil. While .the football played itself was of the best, the tempers of some ot the-players was much different, in fact the concluding portion of the game was married by a disgraceful scene, in which players of both sides took part, and nothing short of a free fight took place, only the inter- vention of Referee Wilson saving a disgusting scene, H appeared to the writer that the Coleman player, NATIONAL Boston 5, New. York 3, Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn 3. St. Louis..1, Pittsburg 2. (First St. Louis-2, Pittsburg 5. (Second AMERICAN New Boston, Washington 0, Philadelphia 7.. 'Detroit 3, Cleveland 6. Chicago-Sti Louis, rain. FEDERAL Indianapolis 2. Baltimore "2, Kansas City 4. Brooklyn I, St. Louis 0. 'Pittsburgh-Chicago, rain. INTERNATIONAL rMontreal 1, Providence 9. (First MonUeal 2, Providence 8. (Second I Newark 7. Rochester G, .Jersey City 1. Toronto-Baltimore, rain. WESTERN CANADA" EVENLY BALANCED Aug. another dou- ble-header was split even and both ere .good games. In t-lie second game i no-run, no-hit MAJESTIC THEATRE Mon. Hug, 17th Gala Opening of Season. WILLIAM EULIOTT Presents Extraordinary Comedy Success The Love Story with a laugh in every line, written by Catherine Chishoim Gushing. Direct from one year in New York. Seats on sale Medley's Drug Store PRICES 50c TO SHAMROCK ON LAST LEG New York, N.Y., Aug. Sir Thomas Upton's cuallen- ger Shamrock IV., with which he expected, prior to the de- claration of war between Ger- many and England, to race for the this fall, left Bermuda at noon yesterday oil the last leg of lier trans-Atlan- tic voyage. 'She is expected to arrive here on Sunday. Russell Harris. and Walters 2 7 Ryan and liberately turned around and did all hlt mcn" in his power to'lay Parker out, and j Saskatoon 3 it looks as if only a miracle saved! from more than aj football injury. In a football game, when conduct of. this sort occurs, it does not take long for the rest of the teams to im- agine that their respective team- mates are the worst abused, and so in this case, for immediately after Parker' retaliated Jackson's fighting attitude, nearly, the whole of the BrgnChBs to four scattered hits teams were mixed up in a bunch. shut them out_ Barfch put the 'Ihis, together -with the spectators bn1i for a 'homer a hand, made, the field look more like the'Germans and. Belgiums, 'and it was only after considerable Saskatoon 001 Regina 3 93 Gavin and Spencer; Brown and Harris and Roth. .SHUT THEM OUT -13. Lemley was working right last night and held nintn. Gage lkept his hits well persuasion of the more sober-minded people, tiiat. the game was, eventual- ly, the troubles only to break out afresh 'after- ineigame had eadwl, when -hot only fists were used, but feet and slones played a part. j It, must not he assumed for the Medicine Hat 2 .Calgary 0 Lemley and iBarth.; Gage and Beck- er. PITCHER'S 'BATTLE Edmonton, Aug.. 13. An eleven in- nings pitchers' a one- run victory for Moose Jaw, when for tho best three out of matches. five TENNIS AT CALGARY Calgary, Alta., Aug. tho harrowing down to the finale, Tlth'all walkGTcro eliminated and ev- ery: one' fighting "for. a chance to ante: the final tennis titles, play :fh yesterday's events at the courts of the -Calgary Tennis club eerious attitude. Some of the consistent wlhrrerB have had so many games scheduled that it was inore 'work than p'Jay for them before they" finished. yesterday's but, at least-those who won, felt satisfied. In the men's singles some fine games were played, and the'event was brought down to the semi-finals, which "Will be played today, S.. Kldd eliminated Archie Toble from, thin event in. two straight sets. Francis in to the semi- finals -irnen he defeated R. C. Carllle. The first set went but the second one went deuce, and 16 game's were played ..before came out the winner. He will .meet E. D. B'iack, of. Edmonton, today in the semi-finals, and this game is looked forward to be. Ing one of the best of the week. In the- ladles' doubles Mrs. Shaw and Miss Sparrow -stopped Into the neml-finala fey -winning two straight sets. They will probaniy reach the finals In this event. Shaw and S Kldd won In the mixejl doubles over Miss Parker and IWylie Bent.- It took three sets to de- cldb this match. Miss Parker and Mr. -Bent won the first sot, but.the strain pf having; many games in so time wan evident in the play ff Wr.-Bent in.the two lets. I JONES MAY SUCCEED BROWN N. W. League President May Manage St. Louis Fed! St. Louis, Mo., Aug. Jas. Gfimore, president of the Federal baseball league, in town today and dis- .patches from Portland, Ore., reporting Fielder Jones en route to meet Gil- more here, rumors were current that Jones might replace Miner Brown as manager of .the -local Federal team. At a.late hour tonight .Tones had not arrived, and Gllmpre was undecided whether-to return to Chicago, tonight or tomorrow. He declined to discuss the riinioi's, hut declared Jones 'was a "good man." TET7LAFF BREAKS RECORD Drlvei Half at. Rate of Seconds for the Mile Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. Teddy Tetzalaff, in a racing car, drove a half mile on the natural salt bed at Salduro. about 100 miles west of here, this afternoon, at the rate of 25H seconds-for the mile, which is. second under the world's record, established by nurman at Or- moud beach, Fia. Today's test was sanctioned by the American Automo- bile association, and is official. 117-YARD HOLE IN ONE- Chicago, HI., Aug. practising over the .Qlehoak golf course today for the .open invita- tion tournament, which begins there tomorrow, lasts until Friday, Pred McLeod of the Chevy. Chase club of Washington, D.C., made the In one shot with mashle. The 'within five feet of the .cup and roll- ed in. Players from-all over thp country, and numbering more .than ICO, are entered In the tournament, which-la a preliminary of the na-. tional open tournament to be held here next week. moment that the Colenanibovs were I foserf altogether to blame. :Sonie of OUt a loBS home players' remarks alone being al J'- enough to try tho tempers of the let alone footballers. a bunch of excited TENER DISALLOWS PROTEST Refuses to Allow PIttaburg's Claim Against New York New York, N.Y., Aug. Pitts- burg club's protest for the game won by New York in Pittaburg was today disallowed by President Tener. lii disposing of lhe protest the president of the National league held that Uinpire Byron was acting wittilri his rights and in accordance with the playing rules of the game in deter- mining whether or not interference had occurred. The disputed play prompting the Pittsburg club's protest occurred in the sixth inning of the 21-inning game played in Plttsbnrg. With one out Wagner singled, tak- ing third on Viox's hit to centre. The throw by Bescher to third went, under Wagner as he was sliding. Wagner picked up the ball, but dropped it, after carrying tbe-same some distance, thus allowing him to reach home safe. 'Wagner was-declared out for JnterferT ence, and Vlox, who had reached third, was sent back to second. GEO. CUMMINGS IS GOLF CHAMP. OF CANADA Toronto, Ont., Aug. Cummings, the professional of th'e To- ronto Golf club, won the professional championship of the Professional Golf- ers' association of Canada, yesterday, on the links, of the Lakevlew Golf club. His score for the 3fi holes was 142. He completed the first round in 70, and the second in 72, playing excellent golf throughout. Willie-Bell of the Scarborp Golf club turne.d in an aggregate score of 151 for the day, and was second.. His morning'score was 72, and the after- noon 79, Percy Barrett of Lambton, with two cards of 79 and 74, was third. SUNDAY PLAYERS ON TRIAL Ottaiwtn Ont., Aug. Frank Shaughnessy, T. P. Gorman and M' T. officials, and Dolan, 'and Hill, players of the Ottawa Base, -ball club, as well as the London club management, are called to appear in' court Frliiay, charged with playing ball on Sunday, May 31, at Hull, Que. The action is Instituted by the Attor- ney-General's department of Quebec on Information laid by the Ontario' brunch of. the Lord'B Day Alllanct. Moose Jaw ........T... 1 32 Edmonton.................. 052 Cbiicannon and Wally Frink and Lemieux. NATIONAL w. New York Boston Chicago Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati 58 52 54 47' 55 47 Brooklyn........ 45 Pittsburg....... 45 L. 41 46 49 53 62 54 53 55 P. .580 .531 .524 .522 .514 .465 .469 .460 AMERICAN W. L. P.C, Philadelphia G8 34 .667 Boston......... 58 46 .558 Washington...... 55 48 .534 Detroit......... 53 .52 .505 Chicago........ 53 54 .495 St.' Louis........ 50 52 .400 Sew York 47 58 .448 Cleveland....... 35 75 .318 FEDERAL W. L. P.O. Chicago.... 59. 46 .562 Baltimore...... 55 45 .K60 Indianapolis...... 55 47 .539 Brooklyn........ 52 45 .536 Buffalo......... 51 50 .505 St: Louis........ 47 59 .443 Pittsburg........ 44 56 .440 Kansas City 45 60 .429 WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon Medicine Hat Moose Jaw Regina..... Edmonton Calgary..... W. 58 51 50 44 33 L. 40 44 48 48 50 61 P.O. .593 .542 .526 .510 .468 .361 LOOK HERE NOTICE TO CALLIES AH CaWIe players are requested to turn up tonight at the Y.M.C.A. for training. Time 8 p.m. Y.M.C.A. TRACK TEAM There "will meeting of Hie.Y. M.C.A. track team tonight at 8 o'clock. Time will be taken in, the hundred- yard dash. RIFLE CLUB Rifle practice will be held at tho range nt 1.30 on Saturday afternoon. Tiirh'-out and make it worth while, t. ENGLISH CHAMPION IS COMING Miss Cecil Leith Will Compel: for U.S. Golf Title New Aug. Ce- cil L.eith; the -new British champion, it was announced today, will come to America next month .to compete in the national women's golf tournament at the Nassau Country club. A few weeks ago it "was said Miss Leith woulil not visit America. On the links of the Baltusrol Golf club the week immediately preceding the women's national championship, it is expected that moat of the prominent women Bayers in the country will compete, in a tournament in which Scotch, foursomes only will he played. Eight pairs will qualify for match play and fight it out by 'way of the. usual process of elimination. WEEKS AND BARRIEAU DRAW Vancouver, B.C., Aug. Weeks, middleweight champion of- Ca- nada, and. Frank Barrieau, challenger for the title, boxed fifteen fast rounds at BriBhouse arena last night, with honors just about as even as it is pos- sible to have a contest of that length go. With neither man having any- thing more than a momentary advau- tage all through the bout, and both being on their feet strong, willing and fighting like tigers nt the close, there was only one possible verdict. And Mr. J. Hume Jlacdonald, the referee, gave draw. ENGLISH CRICKET London, Aug. at Brigh- ton, Sussex defeated Leicestershire-by 221 runs. Susse compiled 222 and 354 for eight wickets. V. C. W. Jupp was top scorer for the winners with 88, while Leicestershire .made 1-17 and 218. At Bradford, Yorkshire won from Middlesex by two 'wickets and four runs. Yorkshire made 345 and 89 for eight wickets, while Middlesex made 175 and 255. For th'e losers E. Hen- dren was top scorer with 121, and for the winners D. Denton and' Kilner wore high with 120 and 40, respect- ively. ,x The Worcestershire-Essex match at Worcester was dra'wn. TURNS DOWN GOOD OFFER Chicago. 111., Aug. Morris, Oklahoma's "white has turned down nn offer of to box Jess Wil- lard of Kansas, ten rounds in Kansas City, Mo., on Lsbor Day. NOTES OF Y.M.C.A.CAMP WHAT EACH BOY SHOULD A suit of clothes that will stand lots of wear. Suit of heavy underwear and good, strong stockings. Outing (flannel) shirt or jersey, heavy pair of shoes; A'Wide rimmed hat .and a big smile, that won't wear off, EACH BOY SHOULD TAKE Two double pairs ol :hcavy blankets, rolled up in the smallest bundle, pos- sible ami securely a rope. Pack the following in .fi canvas' pc or 11 small leather hand- hag TWo towels, ;c6nib and brush, licavy nightgown or sleeping suit, bathinj; 'suit, gym i suit and gym slices, Jiaavy sweater or swoitercoat, fishing tac'sle, baseball glove, granite CUD and spoon, and shirt, TO-DAY A SATIRE "ir, ON THE 1914 GRAND PRIX AT SANTA MONICA SHOWN IN Mabel at the Wheel THE BEST 2 REEL Keystone EVER PRODUCED OTHER GOOD ATTRACTIONS TONIGHT TONIGHT EMPRESS 'WHERE YOU ARE ALWAYS "The Mysteries of the Hidden House" IN TWO contains a mystery. Two girls are one and the same. He falls In love with the secret, and IB doubly happy. DOLLY OF THE DAILIES WINKY WILLY Second Series A Comedy for Old and Young Heirst-Selig Pictorial MISS GENE LEWIS WILL SINS "THE VETERAN" Bijou Theatre Tonight Tomorrow Night 'Brewster's Millions' By George Barr McCutchecm A Most Fascinating Comedy Drama REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a table bevert age, dyspepsia is practically unknowp. So is stomach trouble in general; In Germany beef is more frequent- ly drank than at meal time. The prejudice against strong stimulants has in no wise impaired the value of "Alberta's Pride the most nutritious ol all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can ba'ck-up-'by proof. Come to our Brewerv and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride deer" and we recommend i! lo convalescents because iljs a tonic. THE LE1HBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;