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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1915 .THE LBTHBRICGE PA1LY HERALD PAGE THREB BASEBALL NATIONAL w. Philadelphia 59 Brooklyn lil Boston 56 pitteburg r'6 Chicago 55 New York ill St. Louis .1..... 53 Cincinnati 51 Pet. .551 .540 .509 .496 .495 .481 .459 SATURDAY GAMES Pittsburg 1 J 2 Boston 1 Kaii'thlcuor and' Gibson Rudolph and Go'vdy. Second' 0 Boston.................... the spectators from the numerous bronchs that were ridden by iainous cowpimchers in the dis: tf ict, coil d not be greater at a large exhibition Const of the R N W.M.P., who has already gained.fame in the for hs broncho busting rode the 'Outlaw' to a standstill, and demonstrated his ability in this line that he has attained a high point of accomplishment in sticking on The Whitney boys and other good 'riders also rode horses in fine style. A large number of people from' tho city went out in cars and visited tho farm. The rough riders and .ropers of this -vicinity are training for the big do ings at Raymond carnival fair. SOLDIER-BOXERS ARE BEATEN BY O'LEARY Verhon. B.C., Aug. 0' Leary, lightweight champion of Can- ada, Vent five rounds with hoth Lar rigan an! Robeits hire 'ast niaht in no-deeislon bouts before a crowded house. O'Leary his ucual bril liant form, and had Larrigan stagger ing and bleeding m the final round and the soldier, second- threw in the tont In his go with. Roberts, the llphtttcteht ehammon took things his own way and outpointed his opponent in every round. arrived -and rema submarine, until two more---------- torpedo boats came up, when', she ithdrew f "At S-o'clock, -while the three Danish torpedo boits were close to tho submarine, two German torpedo boats, appeared from the south When about half a mile away one of these hoisted a. commercial' flag signal, but command- ing officer ot the E-13 had tin-o to read it the German destroyer tired a torpedo at hir from a distance of about 300 yards.' The torpedo explod- ed on hitting the bottom close to Men Fired at in Water 'A't the same moment, the German ijestrojei fired with all her guns and uielitenant Commander: Layton, see- ing that Ins submarine was on lire fore and aft and unabk. to defend herself owing to being aground gave ordeis for the crew to abandon her While the men were m the water tnev M ere fired upon hy machine guns and with shrapnel 'One: of-the Danish torpedo toats immediately lowered her boat and steamed between tin- submarine and tie German destroyers who there- lore had to cease fire and w ithdrew Indignant The Copenhagen corresponaenfc of s lelegram company says i that the destruction of the British marine E-13 in Danish territory German destroyers, under cizKom stances which the shrpwMcked: j craft under Danish has arouied widespread indlgnatioajwhiclil "tods expression in the Diuusfltnews-1 papers. ROSEDALE BEAT Toronto, Ont Aug 22 10 Tecumsehs 3 was- the tlnil scorer in the Queen City professional UM crosse yesterday. At the of.the first period the Blues were 3f to the Indians 1, tie score remaining! unchanged1 at the end. of rrom that time on lioweTer the. Rosedaies rar awav from theirioplio-J rients. A.small crowd attended. JOHN GANZEL TO MANAGE BROOKFEDS New York, N.Y., Gsnzel, foinier manager of the Cln-v cmnati Reds and ISSftlBy reitgned from the management er Internationals, today was appoint" ed manager of the Brooklyn. sicceedlug Lee Magee whose reeig. nation was accepted fcy the Wardi, Magee was frequently in. uons with his men and was one of the causes of Bennie Kauff leap to tho Magee -will continue with the club as a private In'the ranks, as't his contract haa two years to run. Our Prices and Gocdi In Bicycle Repairs Cannot Es Beat. INDIAN'MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E MacDonaid Phone 1032 v 41814.5th Street BOB WON CT1 ASrrTOXSTIIP .OF AMERICA Finish of fie race D.-hie, the Canadian, and Kcllj, the M-tpns ,n bnriiwi.cV, oil August 14th where Dibble won by, a clear length. The unishiiis huoj ;