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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 2T, 19U THE LETHBRIPGE PACE TURN BASEBALL Schaucr and Meyer. Chicago j Boston (Called, Kcabcl, bavrader anu Aich tt Nchf, Hughes and Whaling. Cincinnati Philadelphia Dale and to. St. Louis Brooklyn Ames and Wilier. Stroud AMERICAN Victoria, B.C., Aug. _... sccrelary of Ihe Victoria Ilusby Foot- I bail union. Lieut. George W. Nichol- IHOII, of the C7lh Western Scots, has I compiled a very Interesting report of I (ho ilusliy ula'yers of Victoria who 2 i have joined the colors: showing that u tu t.- -i.- watch- as well as their indicators. Ties Record Cutshaw's feat .of six safe hits in six times at oat in one game ties the record made by Clarence Ueaurnont at .Pittsburg in. 1S99. Cut- shaw, Brooklyn's clever second base- performed the feat on August 8 INTERNATIONAL TIT r. ftl IU i------ I hall from where it his wicl Providence Buffalo iMontreal Toronto Harrisburg Rochester Richmond Jersey City 52 50 48 L-. 33 41 ?2 57 57 59 66 63 P.C. .649 .617 .527 .432 .477 .421 .358 Vhiri- it eianecd oil on to At the same time n re-a, a bunch of I took the pal- 3 10 3 1-3 1 Cotlrell and iBnftalo Bader and Onslow one game scheduled. NOETHWESTEBN Tacoma........ Snok'ine..... fi- Vancouver AM. ASSOCIATTON Clcveland........... 7 .Kansas City 0 Kansas City IndianapoVis....... 8 St. Paul....... Second st palli .......10 Indianapolis Columbus........... 1 Milwaukee Louisville.......... S Minneapolis 9 Wine Dept. SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Only. Sinderson'i Mountain Dew, Grand C in the world play gaine. knocking the -leather into in. icrs. Ferguson did well and was fol- an ods, thinl ethhridge Hanct to do, of it, siippor feelin ivena, let ine'tell you, is one of our best bowlers as well as batters. W. V. Hancock was the next roan 'i out: being caught by Captain Black- j biirne, who was taking the duty of keeping the wicket, which -he did, I He's a Bear .Pranliln Baker, who has oeen play- ing semi-professional ball since he left the Athletics, now leads the Del- aware County league in hatting with nn average of .407, having had 24 hits in 59 times at bat. He is also the league's leading home-run hitter and hitter, having had six home "runs and six two-baggers, just half of tlie hits he has made bamg tor extra bases. Baker Is also the ead_, having scored 2 times Cranhrook, B.C, Aug. broolc Tennis club opened its annual ournament last Saturday in perfect venther. The tournament lias con- tinued all week. The matches arc now the closing stages, and the finals will be pHa-yed'on. Saturday afternoon, after which the prizes will be presented by Mrs. Erickson to the successful competitors. All members who can possibly manage to come are requested to be on the courts. Some very interesting matches are expected. Miss McCredy and Mrs Giegineb wifi play in the ladies' final. A great game is expected between these two Miss in sixteen games. this league. Frank is a bear in brilliant young players, edy's powers as tennis 'Americans Strongly Repre.ented American owners are giving eve y encouragement to the British in the maintaining of tivrf classics, which wnicn-m; Have suffered greatly by the btiro- aiiyone else could pear, war. Entries for the Derby and ihe. field r.Ms: closed last Saturdaj, of jVllSS o player are- well known; she has won eight matches in succession in the championship, and is in splendid form The latter player has already won the prize uresented uy Mr. H. G. Mcbredj. in the championship. Mr Fairbain and Mr. H. G, Me- Credy will play for the highest hon- ors in singles. Mrs. Halsall and Mrs. McCredy, won the ladies' doubles m the final on Wednesday after a hard the tournament has been'very sood, indeed, and one fre- auently hears the remark, "How- ev- hat he'.lid to" that Howling was a relation to all. lIlplC un oftpr time i SUI'PUac. ita -Mtiii a" -rist he cut thei ba haye done who was on the field, this .rough the slips. 11 is JomaI_v'' i department being no sine- S is any, traight drive. No matter how the> one a i h fl ul thej- have been receiv-1 ame down, it was all one to Mac, j he (lid not kcep as S by the English authorities, it s le losl two partners, Phmips wjckctas :.hc might have that American owners Jasson, and then.the gemai s h a. [ast asjhave contributed liberally. Anions togeant, B. W. Jacksou i x lhink most made nommations are tlui'pair o! fast'wicket-keepers would stand at Herman B. Duryea, August Belmont, t, ding dong, and .luus came last ,e [rora ,the on the grounds On Saturday, August 28th, the Al- berta Gun club will hold a big shooi- ng competition at the traps south ot he ball park. The llrst item on the program is- ,ai; City Championship cup donate! by E. Adams, ex-mayor of the city ;f LitHridge. This is a valuable cup jnd no doubt will be keenly contest- ed. This cup was won last ye-ar by i. Pilling. Tiie competition is only j -jprn to members ot the Alberta Gun j Dlilb. The next event is the cup donated by the. Lethhridgc Brev.-ing and Malt- ing company, which is also a very handsome trophy. There are three valuable prizes which follow tills cup and will no doubt attract the at- tention of a good many shooters in Alberta. This competition is open to anybody in the province oi Alberta or Eastern British Columbia. Mr. George Muir heid this cup in The next event, the Oliver Trophy, is a valuable watch fob donated by IE.. Oliver, president of the Alberta oim Club. The next event is the. rjupont tro- phy donated by the Dupbnt Powder company. They are making a special effort to encourage trap shooting and have donated a very handsome wat.cjv fob 'to be contested for by begin- ners, men and women, only. Any man who has never shot at. traps or used a shot 'gun IE qualified for this ovcnt. There la also a trophy for ladies in the form oi a silver souvenir spoon: and will attract the attention of a good many ladies who are fond of shooting. Event No. 1 City Championship First prize, silver cup engraVr ed second prize, -solid gold medal.-. Event No- 2 Brewery 1st, set of cut glass vases, 2nd, solid gold medal 3rd, watch fob and gold locket attached. Event N'o. 3 Oliver 1st, gold watch fob diamond set Event No. -1 The Dupont Trophy for Men Very handsdmc watah fob. Event 'No. !i Trophy, for Silver souvenir spoon. For iurtlicr particulars apply to J. H. McDonnell, 618 5th Ave., S., r phone The shoot will commence at two o'clock sharp and an extrauce fee of 25 cents will be charged for each HERALD SPECIALISTS IN JOB event. nu By' the- time tfii. au iinished' to J way to a back seat, they Jiad reased the score from 32 to wickets, Sb b ribution towards E litsu i------ pair spectable distance x led and would be quit wise in doing so, __ I cannot fancy Mould, who used 161 tor! at one time to play for Lethbridge little con-i in that position, standing away for era, fund! any of the other bowlers that Leth- Four I bridge possess. Possibly, Herman riirrr Payne Whitney, John E. Jlad- and -11 being 'that of nHveifmet' 40 for their side and then it -was kin' luo pro-j practically all over w-hen they went. inown bird, as Ins I-hat- taking two men in iisohligingly allowed 10 ix. ._.., howled before he had a chance to dis- .giiish himself, which he certjinly i sanford. have done from, the wayN. he wouw ave sliibed However, he had the pleasure of c.-r'h'iiig out his bat for out 0, as he very nicely put n. Luncheon had been served by several well known ladies during the partncr- for tour l su Better luck next time, Albert. The match was a very exciting one all through, plenty of fun, a few er- rors, oi course, on both, sides, but they are all in the game and help to make the good old jjame of cricket (he swell itamo it is. It had been nnan turned the half hour before I '''K.f w-as -beaton. but same disrespect; Gloom ;wa5. written'! means disgraced. ToSportsmen Rememher, owing to the war, the police are very strict in see- ing that anyone shooting has a license made out in his own name, and also that the person has the license in his posses- sion. Therefore, to avoid troulile "et your license early from C. B. Olander, 524 13th Street N., Lethbridge.' We have the bMt Pric" on Guns and Ammunition this year- buying. Give ui cull before C. G. Olander 624.11th Street North. Office and School SuppllBS AT COST WE WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF- FILES, WIRE BASKETS Ar4D TRAYS, ACCOUNT BOOKS, LEDGERS AND JOURNALS, NOTE BOOXS AND MEMORANDUMS, WRITING. TABLETS AND PAPETR1ES, TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND CARBONS, SCRIBBLERS, EXAM. TABLETS, PENS, PENCILS, RULERS, ERASERS, ETC., EC. Exceptional Opporlunity-C.II and Sc.JJur Stock. Lethbridge Quick Print ROYAL BANK BUILDING. PHONE 11S1 LETTER- HEADS ENVELOPES BILLHEADS STATE- MENTS LETTER CIRCULARS DODGERS POSTERS WINDOW CARDS BUSINESS CARDS CALLING CABDS r MILK TICKETS' y BREAD TICKETS BLOTTERS MENUS PROGRAMS LIEN NOTES BADGES MEMORIAL CARDS RECEIPTS VOUCHERS INVITATION CARDS WEDDINB INVITA- TIONS i STOCK CERTIFI- CATES PRIZE CONSTITU- TIONS ETC. LEGAL FORMS OF ALL KINDS AGENTS FOR KICK ENGRAVING COMPANY Uthbridge Herald Job Department F. T, ROSINS, PHONE 1212 ;