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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ntlDAY, AUGUST THE LETHBHIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRE! TONIGHT Keystone Comedies Dramas Mr. Pete Murphy Lyric Tenor TONIGHT !TI CUP CONTEST A Calliei and North Lethbridge Played Up to Standard of Ex- Balanced j from Time to Time THE SCORE UttibPldflc UntMd 1 GOAL NUMMARY CalllM, Llnnlnfl, 22 rnlnutci. North Uthbridfle UnlUd, Cauld mlnutti. THE LINE-UP 'Cilllo Molntyrt, and McMillan, Chit wick and Mcltvtna; Knight, Allen, Uniting, Barton. N. Lath Dun lop, A. Tcnnant and NMI; Cauld well, Holborton Friar; J Tarinant, Qaltagher, Whyte and H tinning. want to. wntrMorward ind Gallagher to intlde kft In the half. _ Monday LM Tlma of W mlnutet 300. A rare old game staged at the (BaW Park tost evening between the Callies and the North Lethbridge Un Jted in the initial. set to of the Scott Challenge Gup eeries The result was a draw, 1 to 1 Both teams entered the fraj with blood In their eyes Each anticipated determined "opposition and. they were not-mistaken in! their forecast.. The eeoro represents ven well the com merits of the teams pertain ing to the clash last night JThe first .half contest ;went by arcoreless There were a couple of neArsoaJe on both aides during the ihalf, but a very startling nature cropped up However, a high clasi brand of football was exhibited theieaiss never allotted each ether an Inch of advantage without a ptrenuous effort of opposition The life of theVajame was reserved until the second, session, and 'then It Into a liery con test. At the kick-off r.the Uniteds brought tlio'bair to'the Callies' 'was cleared in a moment, and the Callies brc'JBht. it .to toelr enemy's territory, :KelIpg shot, a stiff oiie at Dun- lop.- itf goalj which' the "latter turned, fcjibk admirably. At was shot again it'.struck the goal post, Aifd then'waB-pueh'ed behind, Hiimmy Lioning" took the ball up the stide. and centred close to the goal; Mc- Intyw clearing Mclntvre saved an- nther a moment. later. The United, pressing the Callies back, and the pace was hot Gallagher rushed in the-ball toward Callies goal, .successfully checked by Ban- Herman, arid the ball went to the oth- er where Willie Linning took a Jrot shot without effact The Uniteds came'down1, with' the spheroid again and forced and take notice. Ham my Linnlhg centred and Bryce and Anderson lit onto the ball right on top" Ander- son, with a score imminent, .gave a corner kick to tlie TJhUeds. Lirining kicked in from the" corner and' Bryce beaded the -ball .dtit A. little later Banner-man niiesed and Mclntyre1 was crowded. He was resort to a good right ufipefcut in saving a, mo ment later. Things, were going ag ainat the Scots, Imt they, changed, and they, too, had; things coming their way. Knight shot hard when the Cal- lies began-, to preis, but his kick was not true. Linn ing, too; got in one of the same order The ball went down the field, and Gallagher took a cuante kick without result. 'After the goal kick the ball went to the-Callies' ob- jectlTe point, KeKog picked the iill out of a scrimmage and passed to Willie Lfnnihg, who. beat-.Tenhant to it, and scored the first.goal of. the game. Linning twisted a-cord in his leg In tackling, past nant, and fell in a was car- ried the neld and recuperated in minutes' time. That put extra steam behind the United eleven, and four minutes later equalized amidst the wildest, kind of enthusiasm -of.the part "of their sup- porters. After; the Callies. made their goal, the Blues rushed the Me- Irityre' was influenced t6 use his -good right hook again-, to; get out of an ex- tremely tight pinch He was not successful in clearing, and he follow- ed .the punch up .with a. kick .which cost a corner and eventually the equalizing ,-J. Teanant ;kicked the" ball bftll, Caiildwell by name, was 'excellently located to, put oh the. fiuiehihg touch.1 The. Callies Claimed that the scorer was. distinctly offside but Referee Lee didnlt see it that way. The Callies brought it down, and Knight passed 4o Easton, -who -kicked wide.1 The .ball 'went down and Mclri- tyre used- his fist once more. When the GfilHes' goalie uses. his fists that's an indication' that the "situation is warmirig up. Linning got back Into, the game and the Callies monopolized the ball for a spell- and "pressed around the goal mouth, but there was nothing 'doing In the nature of. a score. The last teu. minutes was played oil even terms and with Httle satisfaction because of the darkness which "settled fast. The teams didn't try hard under these conditions, and both played a careful game to the whistle, with the idea, probably, ol not caring to let the game lie decided by a fluke through untoward circuni stances. NATIONAL Brooklyn 1, Pittsburg Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 3. New, York 9, Chicago 2. Boston 2, St. LOUIE 3. AMERICAN St. Louis- 5, New York 4. Detroit 2, Boston 9. Chicago I, Philadelphia 5. Cleveland 0, Washington 1. Cleveland 3, Washington 3. (Second game called on account of AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 4, Columbus 5. St. Paul 2, Cleveland-1. Milwaukee 0', Indianapolis 8. Kansas City 2, Louisville 8. FEDERAL Indranapolis.-Kansas City, rain. Chicago 3, St. Louis'3. Pittsburg 3, Baltimore 4. Buffalo 5, Brooklyn 7. INTERNATIONAL Newark 1, Toronto 6. Baltimore" 5, Montreal 9. Jersey City J, Buffalo 0. Providence 1, Rochester 4. WESTERN CANADA MILLERS ESKIMOS 1 Moose Jaw, Aug. 27. A triple play by August and Price, ami.] an.unseemly row in which "Managerj Leraieux was escorted from the j clii grounds by the police, characterized the game which the Millers wqii. UNPARALLELED March of Boston Braves With- out Precedence-What They Have Done Almost unparalleled in the history af baseball is the famous inarch to- ward the pennant now being made hy -the Boston" Braves, a team recent- ly of and.lack- ing major league talent in every de- partment except pitching and key- stone' Even though the team of Stallings fails :to'captilre'the flag its wonder- ful progress nennantxvarcl since July 4 will'stand'in history for sometime. Hark to 'this remarkable achievement: On: the-ihbrhing of July 4 the Bos- ton Club was last, having von 26 games and lost 38, for a percentage of ,.403. To make matters still worse it celebrated Independence day by blowing up "in a double-header against Brooklyn, making.its count 26 games won-and .40 .lost. TJien tht and, with vcr; few- exceptions, its turning has trm evc-i pfimantvrard, since in sev- en weeks the club has won 31 games and lest But th'aiis not the most wonderful 'about the Braves' performance. in.which these games ijyremarkat less than 10 were Tomorrow the Cricket Club journey to Maclcod to play off the final match .in the Southern Alberta Crick- et League, and thoy are taking their strongest team. On the result of tins match depends who shall hold the beautiful cup, presenter! hy E. n. Maunsell, Esq., as up to date both teauib are undefeated. Macleod hopes to see a large following of Leth- bridge. people. The match starts at 10 a.m. ami all -those who can pos- silly make the trip'wiH be made wel- come. The following is the team chosen to represent Lethbridge :.J; R. Palm- er, A.-.J. Blackburne, Dr. G. O. Sim- monds, H.' N. .McClinton, H. Mcllvena, L. Basson, J. H. Lee Holt, F. Phillips, J. Harris. J. II. Fleetvvood, scorer. GEO. REBER TO FRONT Ex- Lethbridgtite Joins Vancouver Through Calgary Reber, formerlr of Leth- bridge, passed through Calgary yes- terday oh his way to the front with the west coast contingent." Reber was well known in hockey circles here some three .years ago. He left here for 'Where he played his favorite-game with great success. He has many Mends wish'him a belt full of German scalps, and a safe journey through.many trials and trib- ulations that he is hound to go through in the war. Reber represents the' highest type of Canadian buion: and admirably fitted for the tosk ahead. Edmonton Jaw Kiirfess and Wally Le- iriieux and Faber. HEAD .WORK WON Regina.-Aug. Sox took the last of a series from the Hatters bv seven of j_0 caicim hes; .One game ended a tie, :in 13 innings. But still a Boston the- remarkable fact that the team played 17 games in the..smallest .possible, margin, soi fcramy work by, Manager Stis being j which a-single run Decided the issue, winning 14 of them and losing three. In the course ofcthe climbiiig over uy j falhn enemlGs -some other peculiar (acts' may: be noticed. W. C. L. WILL PLAY OUT THE SCHEDULE lesponsible for the .winning run. Medicine Hat............ 5 4 Kegiria......... 11 0 Lind and Bliss Kennedy, Berger and Harrs. V A'WFUL SHOWING Saskatoon, Aue. 27. Saskatoon three straight from the Calgary team by taking today's game 13'- to 2. Gage was touched for 17 which came hi sho-wers. ialgary 2 11 ft Saskatoon......... and Becker krs. For example, Pittsburg was shut out no less than in six, weeks-hy the Braves. St. .Louis and Pittsburg-each lost four games to the Braves by one-run margins. MCGREGOR WINS BIG STAKE 13 Captures King Gsorge'V. Purse City Event to Omar BOSTON IN THIRD PLACE The Boston Braves are not detlver- ng the goods to the fans' taste aiid general, expectations. They should lave won yesterday, because the Giants -pulled out a victory, but lha iraves didn't come .across, and Buffalo, N.Y., Aug. four Kxissei and Wai- horses started in the King George V. stake for 2.J.4 trotters, the fea- ture of the second day's grand cir- cuit races at the Fort Erie track. The j'big race 'was won by Lassie McGregor, but for a time iL was thought Margar- et Drulen would draw down first money; Lassie McGregor was in- stalled favorite and won the first two heats rather easily, Margaret.Drulen being a contender. In the third heat Murphy's horse went to a bad break going down the stretch, and Walter Cox's more finish The Western Canada league TV'Jl not cut Its'season short, but will -continue the racs until the bitter end. All the clubs couldn't agree to the proposi- tion to quit. Saturday, so President Fleming said play on. The schedule continues September 7. Spend Your Vacation at Waterton Lakes Southern Alberta's famous Summer Kesort, with 18 miles of Navigable Water for Launches and Row Boats Good Trout Rates and Fishing per day Additional accommodation at the new Lake Hotel Stage leaves King Edward Hotel at Pin- cher Creek every morning for tlie Lakes. AMERICAN ATHLETES MUST COMPETE ALONE War Hurts Amateur Sport'in Europe to'be' Held'In Baltimore Next Month New York, N.Y., Aug. that young men of Europe have passed up athletic competition for the more strenuous pastime of butchering each other, the paramount interest of Am- erican athletic enthusiasts lies in the coming .National A.A.U, champlonahisB which will be hel'd in connection with the Star Spangled Banner centennial at Baltimore, Md., on September 11 and 12. Robert Garrett, the first cus winner at a modern Olympiad, j is chairman of the centennial athletic committee, reports that re- quests lor entry blanks and entries, are coming in at a startling rate. Gar- rett says that the "solid South" will throw its full strength into the Jmore meeting, and there will, of be strong teams from Philadel- phia, New York, Boston, representing: the east, against Pittsburgh Chicago and St. the Middle Wejst, and San Francisco, Los Angeles, Port- land and Seattle for the Far West. NEW CHAMPION WANTED A. new'winner in .the National lea- gue, and a consequent new opponent for the Athletics in tile world's series, would create a new and deeper inter- est in the game. The world IoveB a winner, but it likes to see a new cham- pion about every day. ABANDON WORLD'S TOUR Chicago, I'll., Aug. proposed European invasion this fall by base- ball teams composed of stars of the American and National leagues has been abandoned, it was announced to- day -by Ted Sullivan, director of .the New York Nationals and Chicago Am- ericans world's tour last year, upon his return from London. Sullivan was forced to return because of the war situation. Judging 'from Lassie MacGregor's defeat of a stnllion and d gelding in the "II. and money really docs make the mare -go., Take it to MAC He knows what's w YOUR GUN. Fifteen perlence with manufacturers of Hnrope arid" America. OuNtMTonni verk given prompt attention. IE, QUN8MITH. Firth atre.t South. Plione 1032. f. 0. Box LOOK HERE RIFLE SHOOT SATURDAY There wilj be a. riflft pntotlcft as ua ual en Saturday at 1.30. means of transportation iHti notify Mr. Gue at 'phone noon on Saturday if they wist'to go and means 'will be arranged-.for, TENNIS ARTISTS' TOURNAMENT The LeUiliridge Lawn .Tennis. ,dul will American tournament-01 Labor .Day. This is a tournament ol mixed doubles, points counting foi the prize, each player having foul serves. Those w3io to .-plaj should notify Mr.. A. G. OHvpr... An admission of 25 cents will playere. only let the Giants assume a nice lit-. In the fourth heat Liissle Me ,le lead, buf also let the St. Louis JGregor duplicated, and finished sec .earn oust them out of second place. The'fifth heat found Murphy out However, they can't win' all the time. in the daughter of Jay McGregor winning from Margaret Druien with little to spare. McCIoskey was dis W. L. Pet. j tanced in the second heat, NATIONAL Guns Shells Game Licenses You. Ammunition. ve much fuii or luck without a GooB! Gun and Good Parker's Trogan Hannncrless Shot Guns and Repeater Shot See u equip you and save you money. C. W. GRAY 310 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 761. New .York 61 49 St. Louis 64 54 Bostcn fiO 1 Chicago' 60 55 Cincinnati 53 60 Brooklyn 52 61 Philadelphia................ 51 GO Pittsbarg 51 62 AMERICAN 80 37 66 48 61 54 50 59 56 63 .541 BURNS BACK FROM ANTIPODES .5'22i i Former Heavyweight Champ Not Sue- .460' .459 .451 Boston Washington........ Detroit Chicago St. Louis.................. 55 N'cw York...... 53 Cleveland 39 .884 .579 cesaful With Pelkey Victoria, 'B.C., 27. Tommy Burns, former heavyweight champion of the world, has cut loose from the string of 'boxers with which he was ......itouring Australia, and is again in Ca- en route to his Calgary home. .500 .471 .322 FEDERAL Intlhnapolis ............__ 66 49 Chicago 63 51 Baltimore 60 52 Huffolo.....................' 56 55 .457 .448 Brooklyn............ 56 55 .505 Kansas' City...... 53 63 St. Louis 52 64 Pittsb'urg-............ 47___-64 NORTHWESTERN W., L. Vancouver 83 Seattle 83 74 Taconia..................... 55 Victoria 54 Ballard 53 Accompanied by his wife and two children. Burns passed through here !last night. The -ex-champion wuit to Australia last spring with a string of boxers, in- j eluding Arthur Pelkoy, for the purpose .574 1 of making "exhibitions throughout the .553 1 country. Pelkey did not come up to and Burns gave up in 'disgust. Joe Nayley has announced that his .505 L. 53 .810 54 .fi06 59 .556 78 .431 .4153 return match with Johnny O'Leary here has been called off. BASEBALL RECEIPTS TO RED CROSS New York, N.Y., Aug. five per1 cent, of receipts' at all the National league base-ball parks September 3 are to be given to' the Red Cross association for Europa, according .to announce- ment made today by John A. Heydler, secretary' of the league.. Mr. Heydler said ..the'announcement was made on AM. ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. Milwaukee 74 55 .574 76 ,58 .587 j authority .of President T Indianapolis 71 62 .537 Cleveland................... 69 64 .519 Kansas City 65 65 .580 Columbus 65 75 .464 Mlnnwpolis 60 73 .452 St. Paul Tht. tltuatlon ind Auttrli ll described In Toklo at 47 78 rupturt of diplomatic relatiani, not Special Suit Sale for Satur- day Only We have about Three Hun- dred Suits ranging in price from to that we will mark at one price, For Saturday Only ___These Suite are al] jSTew Fall Goods, made from the finest Imported Tweeds, Worsteds and Serges, from the -ben- ches of l.lie most famous clothing makers in Canada. All are SuitH of the highest' type and will be finislied by our own tail- ors to your measure on Saturday for Watch Our Windows Saturday THE "2 M'S" McKelvie Men's Outfitters McGuire ;