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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD T UP TO 1 Ml nihion Day Program Races, jumping, Pole Vaulting, Tug-of- War, Motor Cycle Race and Made Entertaining Program Which was Witnessed by Good Crowd Seldom, his a day of tports brought lo such a successful "conclusion as the great carnival of athletic, events put on hy'the dtiEsts' Dominica Day Sports Committee here yesterday. .-The tell started n-roiling with the Herald tile-mile road race Iri rooming and the finale was Bounded at lha exhibition track at six o'clock in the evening when Grime" Young of Kajmond, in the 'pole "vaulting S inches, a? the _-' bar could ,by several Inches. -V i Trie Raymond athletes not only, walked off with the pole vault but' Euwetded in capturing the bulk of the beit competitions. U P. Stousoa, o? Raymond, took the 100-yard dash half-mile etent went'to E. K. Skonson; R. Mayson, another Raymond entry, 'gathered la ihe honors ia the 220 yard dash; Itnvmer throw, tha jump ana the half-mllf, 250 relay race went to the sugar tcwa squid." .1 Lelhbridge first prizes la the -HO yards and defeated the Raymond team In the. tas-of-war, which the .other big events oC tho It wai practically a mealing of Lethbridge a'nd Raymond ath- letes? were not In evidence. Tns'-ineel furalshei a number of eiceedinfily keen.and inter- ind the crowd of people present seemed raoro .than Eatisfied "with, what 'they witnessed.' The promoters are de- with the success tilt atteaded-their efforts and they Jura future Dominion Day'alhlelic carnivals being-bigssr and better tban'erer." 'i FIRST? RACE The first event oivthe program was trie aj-vard boys' race.-H. Herd, the, led Saps., M-rDunsworlh half, he- bind, and Chas'.'Jones, yard pull; but. by. six :ncT.es. Later electricians met .the victotiousffiayrfiOnd team aad 'tte latter were dislocated in the short- est "notice. Time' was no sooner call- gjers Ray- -.-they- rently legi- the juuge allowed'the to victory. But .for it.and they is'e.of ihecrowd .r spbrlsnianli'KC were too She Raymond :ineh. It was halt She.electricians were--the wjnDers. WINNER There were "seven entries in the 440- The'runa'err remained well' VANCOUVER 8EAI JUST THREE ENTRIES There were three girls in the 50 vard race and Miss Eva Hut ton came in first with 51Us Lilly Webb sec- ond. HADE K1NE FINISH The 220 furnished an ciciting con- est. The Raymond entry, R. Jlay- on.'was third in the home stretch, and he crept up to second, overlak og Beslwick, and then edged his ray'to first over 3- Skouson ia he last few yards. Skouson was sec- ong and Bestwick third. 'Six runners started. THIS WAS SLOW Toe mile run was eitremely There was not one ol-the Ove en- trants willing to set a pace and they, went around-the track at a snail pace. In the last quarter Archie Stewart, puiled out in front and-won with ease. J. Tennant followed Stew- art, and Albiston came "next .some few.tcet behind. The rest were bunch- ed. 'THEY ARE GOERS The lat man's race was last-" The heavyweights can go some. F. B.J near the tape and then by G. James, who is some was second and L. H. Farley third. Five started.' The, old jr. ans out Harris was'the.hrst to J.1 Pearson secondhand J.' Clark third: TEAM ALL 'THE WAV The haif-mili relay was'anpilier of the, feature even'ts-o! the.day. Sii lo---i- J Q The fin- rhar- Wednesday Great Crowd Out to See Five-Mile Event Rurf North Lethbridge Runner Wins Herald Tropli; Raymond Entry Ran Second couver in Running For Championship Vancouver, July and out-played in one ol the fastest and cleanest matches of tbe year, de- spite the muddy field, Westminster went down (o a decisive deleat before, Vancouver at Hastings Park this af- ternoon.-The score, which is fair representation ol the. play, was f goals-to 3, and -Vancouver never earned a clearer cut victory, i green shirts played a from the inception of the'contest, us- ing not ocly their sticks and legs' well, but their heads. The de- fence played a hard-y.fiecking game; and the lorwarte, with" lohde leading in the scoring, figured in constant attacks ia which all the strategy ol lacrosse was concentrat- ed. H was a'rcrucial game, for .Van- couver, as lost, it- .would have been hard to sec'how they could have been'ifi'Vhe running for the Ji in- to Cup. 1 Vancouver "-Position Westminster T. A. Donaghue, North Lethbrldje. Time 32.14. T. H. Raymond. Tlmo 33.02. P. J. Johansson, Lethbridoe. Time 34.29. i OTHER J.. B, Toombs, Lethbrldgei Chas. Cha'rltf, LelhbrWgt. I] The, Canadian record for five rntles Is 28.19 2-5, and the world's rtco4 24.53 2-5. -I WESTERN .'Johnson'." Qriffiths Ion 1. 1 -I j The finish edUhe win- IV5 V V H i.1 ;.M i a full tgtinst m the firn They finislipd in that order' with win- ner .twenty feet'in the fiontC-the sec- ond man and the third "man thirly-fne-feet to" the. goodsof..the ARCHER VOX The .motorcycle race "was a thrill- er." There were- only two entries, Mac-" donald and Archer. They circled the track four times and "-made a' close rscer of Archer finishing twenty feet in front ol his opponent. THE NAIL DRIVERS Four.entries were posted in tbe I-' ''it. Miss.Mar- t ft her nai i: I I she .was al I Miss Mabe .vuii, AIIU Miss Eva a.-i-: ij POWDER SHELLS 1 No 'your.favorite sport field, wi.1! fowl or trap shooting, N Jftided ihells will give you the fullest OMMtire' ef satisfac- tion. No will .maie a good shot out of a poor me, but shells' that are uniform in veloc- ity, iprtid the shot etenlTi five good psoetraticn help wonderfully to make good in field'or marsh and fcorM ftt Ihc traps.. shells embody nil these important, elements. SUftE AND QKf.THE W BflAND ;in of a lead. -The Callies --were md at the iirst also'at the sec- md, I I I', .i.l i r 9 Y.1I. 3.A. mi th: i and Overseas in Idurtb, .followed ,bK- St. Andrew'a, in .which places fin- she' "PUTTING THE SHOT The shot-put was-won by' Helmer, with'a put of 3JHt'. o feecond'with ,37-ft. 3 Black, "third, .with winner In'' an'-e'ihibliion" throw. afUrK-ards.by some" HAMMER-THR6W J.- M., Skouson' threw the hammer :ar enough, in one throw-to" win. He made 110 It. -1. in. W. ,R. Graham wa3 second -with 106 ft. Ill in., and H. Peebles tbird with Id It. 6j JUMPED FIVE FEET 'J Six'entries were in. tho high jump.' Brown went out at 4 It. 6 in Stew- art "at 4 tl.''tp Archer If 11 in., and Uyan and D. P. Skouson at 5 (t. L. P. .Skouson, .of Raymond, cleared the" five'foot won. Ryan' acd D, P. Skouson fought it out for second hid th? bar low- ered an Inch.'.They cleare'd'it'and it went.to five feet again. They cleared this, and ft was put to 5 ft. 1 in. They both failed at tljis.iuark and it was'1 lowered again, winning out. v GOOD VAULTING Seven pole hauliers were in com- petition and some excellent work was seen and was much applauded.'Butler retired at D ft. 10 in., Mscdonald at 7 It. 2 In., Stcirart at 7 6 in., Ross at 7 tt. lO.in., Ilidpafi al S It. 2 in., Skouson at 8 ft- 5 in. and Young was the "only contestant lelt, Ho lur? rushed a' fir.e exhibition of. vaulting Pickering Go'dlrey Murray N'ichpl. Allen Hyland .Cofer. Point First' Defence Second Defence Thfrj.befenra- Clark Marshall Howard T. Rennie The Herald is glad (hat the Citizens' Dominion Day Sports Commilee solicited tha paper apropos a challenge trophy, emblematic of the five-ills championship of the Dominion Day athletlc'ineet, and the Herald is glad fcat !he Bequest of the committee was acceded to, for today the paper is_hspy in tbt'fact that the feature event of tfie Dominion Day athletic Heraltl .Road an attraction far beyond the The crowds came to tie Herald in'jroves at.ll o'clock a.m., and by the five runners had lined up for'the- start thejhronir was aqually as.biiis th% congregation Eeen before tho Herald office'on the occasion'of the'jst clectlon'returns. The interest shown. In the race evidenced the fact that'iie G. Rennis people of Lethbridge appreciate a road-race" equally the citleta Hamilton, Calgary and other centres where'an event description brings out multitudes of Horses and rigs, motor" cycles, bicycles and several on horseback, pr-'ce'ded 'a'nd' ia the .wake of the runners; along p'co'pla were sqon-attrVnri and walched-the event. Especially on the homeward Journey was feer est keen and the throng of onlookers bigg'est On 3rd avenue street to 6tn street the ec'ene ol: animation was extraordinary' as the runner came home amidst, applause and 'ThoV little .to rali ia winning' slarl. "-He .raajlike a veteran, -and maltei o acj not particularly indent in 24 of It dMn't Uke bloci.or-.two.to'test oJ competitors and stilke.the stride that.would carry hlin to.victory. ,Hlsl TCB most consistent from start to finish, end when, the time" came ;o pull out ia front he "did it without any peVccpttble'charige in his gradually generated power and'took a commhndjng 'position as.lh New Schedule Dates From I si of Wins Former Schedule- dic lut H i Julj i .-The. WM t- ern Canadian baseball muddle nai successfully smoothed over at meeting ol the- moguls here today. Saskatoon is reinstated and in good The league season si at 13 over again, tha second series start- ing today and tha'Saskatoon playen He all fined. Each teatn by. July 9, must cut down to-32 mm. In briel tbis was the principal business of tbs meeting lasted all afternoon, resident Gray, Clark and Manning Moose Pick of -Begins, aims ol Saskatoon, Savage ;of Cal- ary, 'and Glnthet of Medicine -Hat, eprcbente'd tho clubs. It_was decided ;to fine Manager Hurley of Saskatoon, and to al- ii issue a warning to Hurley acd Wck that they 'must mend their The president was going to lap a fine on Chick for his conduct ere, hut as Mr.. Cairns said that, he nteniicd to'fine- him when.the- team eturued home, presidejit with- icw his -'fine. The other play- rs in tho all ol whom went n strike, are fined J10, and Harper and Collins extra lor. Insulting bo president. The rnr.tter of salary-limit was dis- cussed and it was decided to leave .he limit stand. President C'aiciis "of "the Quakers, said at the present time he had 14 rncnj-13 on the road. His salaries to- .alled- Mr. Cairns o'f.SasVa- oo.n, and the Reglna representative i C.1 Spring X W. Turnbull Sec'dljd'- Homo Wintemute "'J L. Turnbull Outside Home Inside Home U. JfcCarty t J. J. W. Elans, Nixr1- 4 r. M. V> B. jacK tttu, !i .P. W. H. Peebles. Electrical Workers. aid, Geo. FVien cdonia R. Banner-" man, R. Ts'e'BS, J. hardener, Graham.-' ,..Final Electrical Workers; 2, Raymonil. J. H. Matdon- i. Caj- and gradually lengthened the distance looked'sood for ,until -'overhauled7 by. the T. H. a the the'outslandinK features of.the race" was'the" overhauling Albiston: Albiston.finished going rilenlyVof be.'never had a chance of overtaking .Bonaghue. after .'passing JohMiieon; as fhe.-leader was two, blocks In. advance and "the finish, in sight> Do'nai ius finished in a. steady, nrm'ttftie" wliiie Albislori showed his aprinyns'al Jiy by finishing like a house >8re. to the. flDlihIng in a fast cante'r to show tbat_he'had aomething out of .the five that started. Charlton euecumbef the'way orjt'at the centre'of the lake. He was'exhausted. with wayside. was si en with haif.way at 'the'-lakB-oh..the 'homeward journey. THE START. boya off shortly o'clock. The tu'rn at 7th'nve'nue saw the runners'bunched with .pona'shua' Tl'.j to the' Donsghue taking the south" 'side alone. Johansson andjCharlton took tha lead and Albistoh going and'they.'ran in pairs; Donaghne kept even with "the leading'pair slreet was reached, and then Donaghue led >i few yards- over Johansson p: Charlton, while Toombs and '75- yards. In the rear. At were strong for boosting the salary iimit to H.SOO, President Gray for this year" ai leasC" ,.1'Iie next matter was a claim: for presented. Sy. the club against the Sask'atoon club.-Ipr recetpts'lost the strite ol the Saskatoon players'. Regina came forward with a claim ol aomo threa hundred and itr'oaB was honored all is t- v'. moh': r.i I n ;'i1 i ily i. 1 lorij. i1. tho ii 1: .1 i-i -i 1 i ..i_._? league to aecond ate fipm any, -than "Saskjtooniiirlni thu _- series, A series .vvlll beLarranged be- tw'eea these'clute-acd tboy. play oft" lor the penTvant. v'-.' meeting a quiet-one and discussion aot heated. tiUUSth and cleared the highest notcb, 8 feet and about i Inches. T ;asl event of the day. V A Olt.'TlV my T VARIETY OF PRIZES Ofer' J500 'in prizes were spent by the committee. They consisted ot all and forks, salety gold cur links, etc. Glrli1 Race, SO Yards 1, Eva Hultoc; 2, Slarjorle Free, urger; 3, Lily Webb. Time, 8 sec. Contest 1, 2, 'ilarrtl TysEopi'S, Eva H.utton. 440 Race 'r. 1, H. H. Pittgn; 2, Ri liaison; 3; Ralph Hall. Time, 58 sees. Two-Mile .Motor Cycle Race 1, B." 2, J.-H. 7imc, 4.03. 220 Yarcfi Race" 1, n. D. P. Skouson; 3, T. Bestwick. Time, 25 seca. One RJM 1, A. Sles-art; 2, .7. Tennanl; 3, T H. .A Ibis Ion.- Time, B.02. Old Over 50 1; 0.' ifarris; 2, J. Pestson; Clarke; 4, J. H.' Fleetwood. Fat Over 200lbi. NEW. ALBERTA "HALF-MILE. RUNNING RECORD AT'CAPITAL'' Edmonton Y. M. 0. A. ;cd.the Dlitance Mi Cover- joathbuse Donaghue had 15 yards Johansson took t slltch a', el Cbarltqn get 2D yard's on him liT Ma pofnt. "nonaghue commence-l to eave his competitor's. Jobiiisson crawled "up on' Charlton and the j lecatne too hot for the latter and he was forced to retire from fal Albiston left Toombs and. gather up. ojvJohanFson; ati] was 75 yarda behind the second man at the half-way, turn, while .Dooai ed by an easy block. At the boathcuse on the homeward go' Doiiiighul fczd 150 yards on Johansson and the lalter had yet 76 ynrdn on Albleton. .At-lJUi turn Donaghnc was aboiit 200 yards to, Ihe good, and Johansson vas wing pressed by Alblatori. At tha turn Westmluster" House'Alblslon right on Johansson's .a and passed'thn. Johansson .tried to give the RVyniond rnan a run for second place, but wasn't able to saow the samo latent power and had to be content 'with rqaitlon. Donaghue still held'bio two-block'Ic'aA at tbe finish of the race. the fact that the wind was blowing 'a nice lltVle gale dmlnf the race, the time made was -very good and no one expected if to he an; July' event here, today was second amalgamation celebration on' slds, at" whicli people Lons. pro- gramB of athtetlo >'porti' mif bores raceJ were carried out 'A. Beir Al- berta record was .established in'hall mile by J. of the Edmonton Y. M.. C. Av.ifho did In t Swedish cele- bration attended' by. ilnks and HElHIT BELOW BELT Griffith! Awarded Bout with" Mcintyre at Sydney Sydney. N.S., Jiiiy he bout be- tween Micky Mclnlyre and Billy.Grif- fiths at Glace Bay, tonight, scheduled .for IB rounds, endedTn trie fltth round. [when 'McTntyrejlandcd a' blow below the bolt. Referee Joa, Fracea award- ied tha fight lo Griffiths on i. foul. Tha The Herald Annual Road Race promises to become a big affair in bout It was Southern Alberta athletics. idlmr.ult to cbooii'betweea the men.'" many predicted that it wouid minutes tbe race Instead of 32.K THE-SUMMARY M Boyj 1, H.Kurd 1.' L Dunsworth; 3, 0. Jones. Time, seconds. Boys Obsude Rice .1, Ffeeburger; 2, H. Mcilvena; 3, L. Hilf-Miie Race 7, N. Skouson; 2, J. Tenant; 3, L. S. Black. Time, 216. 100 Yards Firs'! H.' II. Pilloa; B'eelwifk; 3, D. P, Skousofi. 2, T. Time, '1. Geo. Jamesf'2, F. Ross; 3, U II. Farley. ?i Kamrner Throw 1, Z. M. Skonson, IlOlt. lin.; 2, TV' H. Graham, 106ft. .UVSIn.; 3, W.' H Peebles, l.Dift. 6i4ln, Shot Put 1, 37.5; 2, J. Kei3, 37.3; 3, L. S. BlacX, SSI. Running High Jump J, U P. Skouson; B. W. Ryan; 3, D. P, Skouson. All jumped five feet. _Poie Vault 1, Young, Sft. ''fttln.; 2, Z.X. ftiou- son, 8ft. 3in.; 3, T. C. 7ft; loin Added ildle. RJM Miss Mid Weddell. Reliy Race, 4 Mtit, One Mitt I, Raymond learn, D. P. Skonson, P. Skouson, N., Miy- son; 2, Y, M. team, Stewart, Second 1, P. Skouson: 2, R.'llayfon: 3, B. Archer. Time, 103. Hnai U P. Skonson; 2, II. If. Fition; 5, H, Mayaon. 'i 59.1, Andrew's Club team, Tcntant, "i, Pear- si. DonaM, Tennant, "of ici The Santa Clau Province! in Cuba is growing some extra choice cigar tofcaccos, these days, New lands are being cultivated.' New tobaccos are being, f.'ave ,the'full, 'mellow Havana flavor, jet are sweet and raild' conUins ttess eUflkt Sanh CJara-tobaccos', Wended Wpetts lite ourselves can bknd them. "Flor de Claro" is .a fine looting generpus uiost deligbtful mellow, sweet, Satisfying, ytt liglit and inild. "I'lor de Ciaro" is the tnost satis- fying" cigar you ever you'll say so. 7 J.BRUCE PAYNE f 25. fof IOC. J-nt lo introducs tie