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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE: DN TEAM CHAI Pilling City Champion Trap Shot; Robinson of. Calgary Wins The Lethbridge Brewery Trophy Warner's hopes of calling them- selves amateur champions of Alberta, died hard last evening when in tho local hall yard the Champion squad annexed tlie sudden death fix- ture by the score of They camo from Champion auii champions they are. Five hundred wild-eyed fans wore on hand for tho game and they got more for their money than they expected. The game was a red-hot con- coction served up with all the frills and with as little hone on the side as possible. H was hotter than lots of the W. C. League hall we paid good money to see here in 'he days when we bail hired men gracing the dia- mond. Warner had met Champion at Cham- pion a week ago and the redonhuihle Slier, [linger [or the champs, -vas humbled in the dust Siler cume hack last r.ighl. He worked for a shut-out, hut it didn't come his way. Warner strengthened its defensive by bringing in the famous Lewis Bros.' battery from Taber, and they put up a beautiful brand of ball. The battery work all round last night was better Hiari Is served up much ot the time in Class D professional hall. From tho stand it looked as iC the breaks wore going against the War- ner crew. H was anybody's game at DV3ry stage of the clash but Champion got anything the god of luck had to It was the seventh before Warner a man past second. In that inning Berg led oft with a hit that he stretch- ed to a double on HOUIO slow retriev- ing. Gillies heat out a grounder when tile fielder took lilts time in order tu bold Ucrg at second. Mcllhaem smirk out and Graham poped to Buffon. Then 11. Lewis came ItiroilKh witll a hot Bingle and Berg and Gillies crossed the pan, and that was all for Warner. They never Uirentonwl thereafter, a double play In tho last killing off ;i indicator was ail to the merry. He called tho balls and strikes very fair and his base decisions were good. The big kick came from Warner when Hoyt pulled a long fly along tho third base foul line. Uraps called it a. foul and the Warner bunch howled bloody murder. It looked foul from the stand. There w" a big crowd on hand and as both teams were from the outside they rooted impartially and well. It was a joyful game after some of Ihe mournful exhibitions seen here this year. The box Luker, Ib........ bestow. which wasn't much. Line drives that looked good for safeties fell into the maw of some fielder's ]ultt, and the stuff was off, At that it was a little piece of bone that beat Warner. In the third after Hudson had been disposed of by a nice catch by Berg, Stepan erasked out a clean single. Hummel came up and pulled a grounder to Berg, who fielded It cleanly, all set to double Stepan up at second. Hoyt was asleep nt the switch, however, and failed to cover second, with the result that Bore hesitated before throwing to first and Hummel -was gate, populating first and second. Lewis disposed of.' CUn- dal by the strike-out route, but Buffan banged out a beauty just beyond Gra- ham's reach, it went for two bags and two runners scored. Had Hoyt been on the job. Stepan and Hummel could easily have been disposed ot by a double play and the side would have been out. It was a boner. Champion added another in the sev- enth. Whitting hit a hard ona at Joe Gillies who fielded it, but in his hurry throw wide to first and Whitting was safe. He reached second on Hanson's out. Gillies to Luker, anil scored when Slier cracked a single. Champion's scoring. That ended llarrv Pilling Is city trap siioollns chansplonan'ip twine In succession. He ,-11 imt hcim u im'iii >er OL' uiu Canadian champion for the year trophy which shoots for the ibaniiiioiisliip. an iutcnia- tional affair, and 1511 won the world's individual cliampionship wltli tho highest score at the meet. He still holds' tlii' world's record at 'JOO lug IS out of 50 birds. H. G. Uobinson. grand old ma" ot trap-shooting in Alberta, to the win, liie Urewury Cup, emblematic tbu chamiiionslllp. LijihbrWgc club won lli'j Now IDU ciiu emblematic 01 team shooting. i-i Ascroft, Lethbridge isitii B. H. Grceno, New Dayton .543: E. H. Oliver, Lethbridge .538 .530 .478 -21'' Easy For Tigers I Philadelphia. Aug. had an easy time winning the game from Philadelphia 10 to 3. Young led in the hitting with three singles and. a double. Cobb gave an exhibition ia -jse running in going from first to third on a single to left field, getting LET AT SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S GREATEST STA rim in the'first game. Misplays by Shotten and Lavan -were responsible for "Washington's margin in the sec- ond. A raihJtorm interfered with both contests. First game St. Louis Washington holding the ball. Detroit 10 Philadelphia Cunningham and Spencer; William, Shepan and Picinlck. White Sox Lose New York, Aug. York n; made it three out of four from Chicago, t! winning by a score of 5 to 4. Mogridge Koob; uuvenport and Severe-Id; Shaw; and Henry, Gharrity, Ainsml'.h. w i? i pitched grand ball, but Chicago scored Second game St, Louis Washington three rune on him in the fifth inning on four errors and a scratch single. The Yankees won in tho eighth, get- ing four runs after two were out. Plank and Severoid; Johnson and Henry. Chicago .Champs Win Last Boston, Aug. won the the series with Cleveland 7 to 3.- i Cubs Win Chicago, Aug. hammer- ed Dell and Cheney for an early lead 'In todav's' game and Brooklyn could nuwm." not overcome the advantage despite find were several determined rallies. The score was 7 lo fl in favor of tho locals. Er- rors by'the Doilgers helped some of the runners around the bases. Brooklyn Chicago............... 10 I Dell. Appleton. Cheney and Meyers; Plnvender and Kllldlt. 3.-i After holding the Red Sox hitiess" innings. Boehling was "knocked frolil the box in tho fourth. 'Covelraklp' and Gould were driven from the mound by an onslaught in the seventh. Leonard retired for a pinch hitter in the seventh. Cleveland............ S 9 1 Boston.............. ll T Boehilhg, Klepter and O'Neill and Rulp nnd Carrlgan, Cady. ROYAL YEAST Hu 1 Ywwt will kMp and molct than that with any othtr, M a full supply Wilt JUti M M tM MADE IN CANADA n 4 Russell, Faber, Packard and Lapp, Schalk; Mogridge, Fisher and Wal- ters, Alexander. No other games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION No games yesterday. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 0, Vernon 2. LOB Angeles 1. Oakland 2. Salt Lake 7, Portland 3. NORTHERN Fargo 0, Winnipeg S. Dulutll 7, Superior 3. INTERNATIONAL Newark 3, Montreal 7. Providence 5, Toronto S. Klclimuml G, Rochester Baltimore 5, Buffalo 1. NORTHWESTERN Seattle S. Great Fails 9. Spokane ft, Tacoina 2. Vancouver (i. Ilutlc 11. Have you smoked "Noblemen" lately! Calgary, Aug. H. E. Dan- iels of the 49th battalion of EdmontoD who ivas wounded at the front and has been returned as incapacitated for fur- ther service, hau been appointed as officer commanding Ilia new unit in which the .returned veterans under government care are to be organized for administrative purposes. He will make his headyuarters at Calgary. Col. Thompson said that paymaster and quarter-master-sergeant to assist Major Daniels would be appointed shortly. Capt. Reed will continue in charge of the convalescent homo at j We will a permanent medical board, sitting in this city, to do our hoard said Col. Thompson. "Dr. Duncan Gow will ho tlio presi- dent of the board and Dr. A. I. Danks, will be another meinher, with a third to be appointed. "To, look after the northern end of the province, Dr, C. U. Holmes, of Ed- monton, who ranks as captain in the A.M.C., has been appointed. "Tills organixation. which covers the who'o of the province of Alberta, will take up i's duties September 1. The Cross society of Alberta will con- tinue io act as purveyors, a work which (boy lisive been doing with jv remarkable, degree of success. "These officers will all he officers' in ihe new military hospitals com- mand which lias been created to carry this particular work." AUG. 3O 31 The Frontier will be brought back with all its wild and perilous fas- cination. The wildest denizens ot ihe range will be rope.d and ridden. Ihe Siigsu1 grey will defy ail Big Special Prize to any rider who rulcfe gi-cy oiitlaw Slaiiipcdo Roping, Racing, Branding Hev. Dr. Ales. .McLean, the oldest Presbyterian minister, in Canada, died :al Eureka, Plcloii county, N.S.. aged 85. Lieut. Walter Hoare, ninefcen years oltl. son of Dr. Ch-iStM HoHr mile, has been Mr.Kd iuj ac in Fran P Program for Two Big Days of Sport Steer and Horse Biding, with Steer BopiM, 1st foO. 2nd saddle, 1st 2nd Steel- ami Horse Biding, with- out saddle, 1st 15.00 Quarter Mile, free for all...... Half Mile, free for all Saddle Horse, mile......... 4-4 Milo Oasli, free for all...... Trot or mile, 3 heats Pony Race, half mile 530.00 30.00 10.00 30.00 50.00 10.00 5.00 Ti.CO as'.oo 5.00 'Best Exhibition of Branding Calves, roniid-up style. 15.00 10.00 25.00 7.00 3.00 7.00 -3.00 5 00 2 5U 6 00 3 00 30.00 15.00 Relay Race Fancy Roping W'eavi'ng Race Novelty Race 100 Yard. Dash 220 Yard Dash Handicap Race RULES AND FEES An entrance fee of 10 per cent, will be charged all those competing in the Steer Rop- ing contest. All others winning prizes must pay M per cent, of purse. Admission: All over 16, 50c at gate and 25c at grandstand; between 12 and 16, 25c at gate and 25c at grandstand; all .under 12 admitted free at gate, 25c grandstand. Autos, 50c. Lethbridge Day, Wednesday, Aug. 30 Special Train leaves 1.30. Kcturn tare, adults, 85c children, 45e. Alex Pelkev and Riy Knlgni Ifarmei s of Kent county, cojni suicide one by a shotgun, tlio by inugiut BIG DANCE 1N.OPERA IIOTJSE IX TUF EVENING. James Mccta, Klli8ht Manager S. FarnhaniKiniball, Secretary 'IT ;