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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Vf; '7" V "'i.'" V': .i "7 "I Football in Morning and in the __ Afternoon; the.- Lslicr al Ex- hibition Union Sports and Aquatic Club Regatta Labor Day will be here .this year in Mgger ever be. f ore. .The Labor Union Xsports ai the; Exhibition grounds will equal to the Dominion Day lielri tuere this year, which proved en-i to a great throug o! Lctb- bridge pleasure seekers. But an added attraction v, latch promises to make the Labor Day sports eclipse of Dominion the noted Jlillhurat toam of Caigary is coming down here-for a battle tvitti the p'cft oT Lettibrldge, and a game ot extraor- dinary merit is sure to 50 on record. Tfte caHbre of-the-HUlburst team is Veil jtnovn here ADO needs r.o roconi mffhdatioQ. Through the. Califes Jng to Coioman to "play the local team will not made up ot exactly the players- but an el- even bas been- chosen to hold up the end of this city, 'nevertheless. This Is the team: Hewitt; Baunerman and Margies; AVHletta, Holberton and .Clark; Knight, Jordan, Parker, and. Bcstwtck. Reserves: Lee Xtss and Frier. The track and field events are bill- JTY COBB HAS CHANCE SET WONDERFUL RECORD THE STAR OF THE MATCH C. G. McCarthy, of ths Australian team touring Canada, who gave brilliant exhibition of baltins-in Tor- onto, ISg runs befoVe be bowled by Barber oT Montreal. The Australians defeated the "All-Amen- can" teani in the first day's play In the International match.-- :VSJ j': Baseball "Rules Will Stand Some Revising Chicn suggestion! J ol President ConiisVev of the Chicago aid; Uie committee have decided toiMurphy of 'tbo, local National league Include an extra number of events, team. C'omnient cn-ths-.plan of the! and featurwl among them win be a White SOT has been almost! fiye-eijntbs dash frc-e-for-all horse I unanimously favorable. I race for a purse ot (35, to b5 divided "It has 'befn my belief for several and }15 for first and second, re- yearsHqat jihe ploying rules are bod- epecUvelr. 'This race has been includ. ly in rieetf :bl said Mr. ed by request to accommodate a num-' Murphy., "it looks especially bad to of people coming up from the H -Tv Cqbb lilis .4tXl or Detter-.lWE sensou heiTN'tli spt a'.batting record that no mail h'as aoSievetl; since Henry Cbadwich invented baseball many years nso. In lull hung up a bat- tins average of .42u and laat year lie whaled Ibe ball for an average of .410 ;He is 10 joitxtB under the J400 mark at present, out Uis hitting- recently has noi been up to nij' best form, at least not to hU general average cf the last two yeara, and more 100 noiiiU tno .'.average' Be owned about'a. naoath aso." Bonth. Morning The local C. P. freight ineet the Medicine team here' OR Jlonday for the :final garae for Iho ETiart Cup. The will. bv played at Adams" Park, commencing "at 10.15 a-m. The committee hare selected 'the team, ail members he- Ing retjw-ated to meat 'at St. Clary's dretBlng "rooms .not' later than' ten o'clock: Psraons; G. Ketd and R. Ness; P. WilleUs. .1. Cowaa and C. Farrsmt; F. Eiowe, P. rsr'raht, T. Holland tcap- P. Clayton and T. Bests-lei. .serves: T. Worlbington, R. Thonioaon, P. Sralth J. Ward, fiefe-ree, J. Purr. Smith. Regatta Don't orerlook the regatta. It 'Hands to be the {liihlest of the ,__J9jv._an4 it will not last The has been shortened and tl'e events because of this will be run alt flulekly, and the apectatdrs will havo a clear view of the contestants from start .to finish, and thoee eventB -Kvhtch in the past have proven most enteriainlng to the spectators will be Included on the programme, The regatta will commence at f The sports at the exhlbllion .erounda will be concluded about then, tt Is eiijeeted, and both may be ta'jeii In conveniently by anyone. Bi, J. tf. S fhe have the- raits governing baits inter- preted differently in the two-major believe tint a co'mrnHtef-Jcjfra-; managers and leading scoters would ie nmvieidj-l A dozen.then .would do tlie-work bStftr. I thlnfc the meeting should he financ- ed Kational commission.-tile playing .rules could be tkorbugblr dis- cussed and to the gri'at benefit- cf tlie national genie, in from ten days to two weeks, I believe." COMMAND PALMA TEAM Au'g! Col. Hel- mp'r, has been- chosen commandant and Captain Sclflter, of Vancouver adjutant ot the Canadian Panca team. There have been two players batfnd ribove .4QC..OH of their careers, but none ever ,topk an average of JCO or better three sea- sons running. The two. who accom- lillshed .the t-hree' tep'-irale years were Ross Barnesi o' Chicago, and JtJs Burkitt, of Cleveland ana St. lii'iis.' Oirn'sB lit above .-lOD in 1873, iS7B; Burittt.did' it .in 1S05, 1S36 and 1S99... Each player hit hotter tlian i-EOO t.wn .vortrg jij and tben failed to ajjaln ashieye that mark until three yea-rs later. Of the players! iii only four li'ive ever hit .400 In one Eebson. They are1 Tyruh- Cobb, JOR Jackson, Larry Lajoe autl Vred Clarke. It will Trobnbly be a'number of years before another .player'-has the opportunity vtmt-co0front9'-C6bb" this ting .400 tfaree'-Beasoos in a Ty had ji uatting slump early, .In June and iblB fulled his'average low the .400 mart..'It was .his .ambi- tion to bat -.-500'th'ts year, aha for'a while TielflBg the ball 'Ab'bv'e tnat figure. THWe! tf lingering hope that Cobb'fcou1d realize bis am- blllorr, 'as he" raVSfi- tit. w'elt aC't-lie season' striking bis true stride until --the middle of aum- nier. With-the tprJng season Eeeing'hfaa'-above dcpsibassd on performances argued .'well IJiat lie ibtrald auleasi keep up that clip during the suminer. Ty says It- was .lucky tor he Ml well early fn- the 'season; be- caitao his elmnce's'would now be slim itntl'he-Wt in A'pril artd-jtaj1 as he crdinarlly did- KoVever, he IB not worrying for according to Cpbfe a bat- Soon as he -begins worryrng'-ftboiUrhis iilt- ting. He of" the-oplnfpn! that In Am'erlcaV.league" tiiia 'season weverai years past nnd lilts -out of every ten times' ijp1 is not the task It 'two years. Caught on the BREATHING HINTS The beat tempUture for health and work is between and 1C degrees. need as much pure air adulta. Onb light consumes as mucrh oxvgen aa ftvo To every person there should be nU lowed at least 10000 cubic feet of air frpace. Get out of doors at least two hourfi every day and breath filling the lunga. Let (he sushine and fresh air have in every room in the hoirse. Ordlntry resptration is sufficent for tbe -beaJthy development of the lungs, Pfiraons with respirations Buffer from the cxcesc of carboitic pas r.ot from The Mngs and are mbject to-consumption and other lung diseases, espectally If impure air IB breathert. Ififlatfng the Jungs to the fullest capacity hastens 'he purl neat ion of the' blood, ja'den poisonous products gathera Sn large Qtmliitlttes oT air with Us needed supply of oxygen. Keep the moutli closed and bronth tlirougli tlie nose. When exercislcg breath deeply to throw off the c-.Tceas ,of carbonic gsH in the liinps. An to Develop the LunjB XYhen starling for your morning's walk, breath In you 4, C, 8 tr.. 10 exhale while you walk you have Inhaled, Kepeat rhis pix or eight-tUnes, The third man In the ring In the WlUie Ritchie-Freddie Welch at Vancouver, Sept. 20, will ilkcly be Jim Griffin of San Franslsco. In respect for "Bull" Young, who was killed in a bout recently, the Leach Cross-Dundee bout scheduled for September' inrie_fjnltely post- poned at Los Angeles. Thursday, September 1914, is the date of the -first race for the Am- erican Cup. The course will be thirty nautical mdea (o windward, if possible from the Ambrose lightship and re- turn New Freddie Welsh's gold belt, emblem- alic.of the British lightweight cham- pionship, was stolen while on exhibi- tion at a Vancouver cigar .It is a costly piect; of jewelry, and may not be recovered, as articles of that description are generally melted when stolen.. For the Bftcond time thia season Walter Johnson, of the WaehinQton Americana catre within an ace of smashing the league record' for suc- cessive wins and faded' .Boston beat him to It at Boston after eleven in- nings battle by 1 to 0. Had Johnson won his gsme. Thursday fifteen ttraiflhts would have neWmarked up to. his credit. Yerkes made his cond hit of the game In the last in- and on a inlepJay (n centre got around to third. Wapner hit to the Infield and caught going home but Wagner went around to se- cond and was hit In by Carrlgan who laced a to the'sutfield and Wagntr.and ended .xhe game. Johnson never pitched better. The Cornell it'udents won the Intercollegiate track '.Treat participated In aolely .by Cfvlnet'e at Cornell yesterday. Yale, arid' Michi- gan tied for second place and Syracuse was third, r The Calgary Calljes have won .the city league championship of broncho town for the season of 1913, -'ThTs Is the tenth successive time that this club has .captured the highest In football in Calgary. According to advices from Montreal the St. Michaels replace cumsehs In the National Hockey .as- sociation.. A ffori) the states "that the of the frari- chlse of the defunct Tecumsch Hock- ey club of Toronto, will be given an- other opportunity to