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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 1-1, 1915 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB BASEBALL NATIONAL Fhllailclphiii Hronklyn Chicago I'lUjibiirg Boston Now York St.. Louis Cincinnati HI 411 SI) 5! 57 -.933 .515 .3115 .'152 Now Yorll............. J. Ilrooklyn............ J'crrlll, Schnim anil Uooln; Coombs nil .Miller. Boston.......... ;j Kudolpli, Nefr Gowdy, Whal- ing; Alexander nnd Klllifor. Cincinnati Pltisburg...............' CliicuBO-St. Louis: Positioned, rain. AMERICAN LANCASHIRES OF TORONTO FELL VICTIMS TO SUPERIOR TEAM] BEING OUT- SCORED 6 TO 1 Boston Detroit Chicago Washington Nejv York Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia 07 111 Ii2 M 50 39 33 CANADIAN GOLFERS TO VISIT STATES Detroit, iMIch., Ans. Canadian Rollers have accepted tlic Invitation of the Detroit Coun- try club to, compete I" thi'. Nation- al Amateur championship lonrnn- incnt or the United Hiatus Uolf as- Hodiition. over the Detroit course, starting Saturday, August 2S. On. S. Lyon will come from Toronto; Montreal is sending T., li. Keith: Charles II. Brier am! Geoffrey Tnrpin; R K. Martin and A. Mar- tin are goinK to represent Hamil- ton. Secretary Cj'.hhvoll, ot tlie tournament committee, lias not received any other acceptances, although more Canadians may de- cide to some over. ting'iaiul will no! he represented. In this tournament, although in- vitations have been extended to .390 I .38-1 .330 Philadelphia............ S--2 New Yorlt.............. 12 1 Wyckoft and Lapp; Cole ami Nun- amnlcer. Washington............ 2 S Boston............... 6 1 Boehling, Ayrcs, Johnson and Shore and Cady. No other Americans scheduled. FEDERAL w. Pittsburg 'it Chicago S9 Newark SS" Kansas "City SN St.-Louis 56 Brooklyn M Buffalo '13 Baltimore............ 36 Pet. .563 .502 .55H .552 .533 .145 .343 Kansas City 2 7 f> Brooklyn... 9 11 1 Adams. Packard, Homing and Brown, JSnsenian; Brown and Black. Chicago......'.......... 0 3 1 Newark......... 14 1 Brennan, Black, Hasmnsaen and and .demons; Kaiserling and Rarideh. Pittsburg 1 11 0 Baltimore.............. 1 4 2 Knetzer and O'Connor; Bender and Pwens. Second game: PittsSurg............... 2 10 1 Baltimore Dickson and Berry; Qulun and Jacklitsch. "61. Louis 030 Buffalo 1 0 Crandall and Chapman; Schulz and (Alien. Second game: St. Lonis...... Buffalo................. 11 ji -u Groom, Willett and Hartley; An- derson and Blair. INTERNATIONAL Harrisburg 11 Providence 4 Toronto Aug. the Univct-, sitv of Toronto stadium this oven- ins, VYinnipeK BeoUish, hy defeating j Lancashires of Toronto II to 1, were, I ot the veteran goll'crs. acclaimed soccer champions of Can- j ada. It was the linal game of the Dominion Football Association ser- ies, and the western Scots lelt no doul.t as to their superiority. I No coals were scored in the nrst; Kame'.nf the round 911, and after tlial splendid game a close I'm-; ish was expected today. Nobody sus- j peeled after the fist game that the War Song of the Braves Scottish would pile up such a scon We arc on our way bad; Home- as this evening's, but the Lancashire I Home where the high flay flies; bovs simply played oft their I We arc on our way from fhe rut With liie flag lust in our So those of you in the van, RED ROSE BOYS-OFK COLOR Hark to our -a-aming r-, r 11 n i "Give us the onen road "Everybody who has followed tie team tni'ougli the season must adout tliat it was the poorest display the We arc on our way back Home, lied Hose boys have put up, but they By the trail we have come before; wen; and well beaten, by a! By the trail that leads from tin superior declared a prominent j depths Toronto sporting writer. [in the of tlie Winning Score; Right, from the kick-oil the Scot-jSo those of you in the lead tish started the fireworks; jLay hav-JHark to the chant we've spun- ing been in progress only a few us the open road Hies when Mair scored. A. Jones fill we meet one-place in the sun." made a desperate attempt to even up, but Woodward spoiled his efforts. Forsythe sent in a nice shot, Layacre saving, hut Corrie caught the' re- bound and added the second goal. Forsythe scored the third and fourth This modest man- want to dis- cover that 7th poi nt. tj It would nuikc him too Gttm _ The7-point PEPPCRM1NT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS HADE IN CANADA PENNOCK GOES BACK Sun Ki'iiiidsco, Aug. I'un-j a tun I'ad lie Kx position yachting ti- j In which is In last a month .imi; I'nr preparations ii.ivr been throe today. Uatrs of tliiTi1 classes of yachts WLTC mi the opmimr the first j ru'iit being a.race for the rilP sent iici-f by Kiiis? (Jcuruf- V. of land. boats i-iilcml in this'1 race and it was pnrdk'lt'd lu'fnri' they I .started that world's rrcunls would I be broken. Tin-' is it miles. RITCHIE TO BOX SHUGRUE Johnny Q'Lcary to Box Percy Cove and Moore at Vcrnon Growing Inward There is a huge joke going .the rounds about two local scribes, who arc trying their luck as agriculturists. in quick succession. Lancashires tried j jt is that one of the aspirant: to Deducef the .lead, hutjcouidn't get his horses to start, and it was found that he had placed the 0 7 6 12 Richmond Buffalo Buffalo (Montreal (Montreal 4 Jersey City... 2 5 Rochester 1 2 Rochester 5 9 Toronto 2 2 Toronto 3 AM. ASSOCIATION Columbus 3 Lo-.itBville l; No.other Association games sched. hied, NORTHWESTERN Beanie 0 Spokane 4 5 Vancouver 2 SHARKEY GIRL JUST HALF HIS AGE San Francisco, Ca1., Aug. Florence Manzehie of Brooklyn, N.Y Bookkeeper Cor Leslie's Weekly, was married to Tom the i'yior pugilist, yesterday. In 'the marriage license ,Sharkey gave his HgVas 40, and that of his bride as 20. GRAND CIRCUIT RACES Grand Rapids, Mich., Aug. Tommy Murphy's horses were driven to two firsts in three of the events carded for the Grand Circuit get- awav day, here, today. Sadie S won the trot in" the exceptional time