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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY. THE LETHBniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Old Timers Baseball Team iLifted An- othti Scalp AnntUcr trluii'jili was nltiidicil to thn of victories on dm liollilay niin'itiiB. Tlusy ilefciiled Y M. C. A. >asc'liiill tram a fam ol IS 1" S ilj n scvon luniuss battle. The "V" leuni away In a good lurt when llie.v (itoroil four runs in tho Ilrsl inning aijuiiist Hit era1 tftlly. "u tlic held tho in "Y" also sixth when tli .stood to 7. Hit Uin Old Timers [St. Luui in their Half of Hi.'s session Hiejipod Cinnmi to UIB and swai'.cil in anvpn runs (COKTIXUlill FKOH PACK) TJiicin-uJ ami Beaumont they linivwi 11 nut until.tlio unil of the (lay iiyainsl. all attacks, sq, tuo, (it Krl- court. Tin; dtfeticu of MammtHv. made a gnutt liutlle out of Hip taking of tliat siiiKlo The eounter- iittueli at Moulaubaii. lliaugli, it fail- was as fine an effort as tlm more iiuceesKful Gorman counter-diarKO al .568 .538 Surra. niul'put victory out'of reach of their i OIKvau8 and Callivai. .did the pitching for'tho Old Timers aud worn always in voimiiiind of tho si.'iiJition. Lemi Dmisworth twirled a gi-'od brand of hall for llio "Y" until the sixth liming when the Old'Timers hit toUll cm-nert; of the lot; thereat -Mar us worth went to the rescue tressed brother and flniuhcd Tho score by innings: y. M. m' __ Old Timers ...........132 fl0' Thu line-upt j V M A---C GHlis.nolicrlBon.il'- nimawortli. V. (iillis. Ilobison. Dunsworth, McKillop, liddy, Irwin. Old Kenny. Bran- dim, Galliyan, all-Arthur. Nicholson. O'reeii, Murphy, Frey, Kane. SATUMDAY GAMES Brr.vcs Take'Two Boston. July I.--The largest crowd of smijum sav.- Boston talus a rlonlile-Iiciidcr from Brooklyn. 'Heavy hatting dfi-idfid the opening contnat in who had tail thn locals1 favor. 7 to 4'. and the previous ml'- rl Rinni; was a 2 In 0 lilllltout due to .281! SATURDAY GAMES Timely Kit ('Ifivcliind. July 1 -Cleveland made t out ol three u-jjii St. Louis, whining r, in -1 in !t linings. Kotli. to r'-ajl first MI live the to in llh. Vovleskie by tlin visitors. scoring. Brooklyn -1 0 in St. Louis......... Huston 1 X (Cleveland IVrfr'ir'und liiighys. Hniil-1 Hamilton. Park. K __ g jbitch. A Man ;ind Clov.ily. and MUl'T; Kagail CALIFORNIA PLAYER WINNER Captures Clay Court Championship 'Cleveland Tourney Cleveland. OJiio. -July the Demaree Gets Revenge York. July I. Philadelphia t throu out nf livo from New VorK.yvinHtiig Die game of ihc series A'', td 2. Demiiree. a furtner Giant availed his defeat third time since the introduction at (he national clay court tennis lourn j tho first Rjrtae of the scries nnd pitch- n'ed a strong game, holding New York "to livo him.' V Philadelphia "u. I' 11" 2 ISeveroiil; Haphy. Kl- [and O'Neill. 2 j Tigers Shutl 1 Chicago. July 1. fastening ami the hmv j Collins, Felsch and J. [the ChicaftJ! Ameriou ibetroM, tn This jptraight victory over ii j Detroit......... Mcago......... James. Mitchell Hj land Schalk. y" Williams' iiithig of E. llins enabled to shut our. r, ID o Williams New York nema 2 R I. and Burns, Benton I. the chapionship in the men's ;Kocher. singles was captured today by a star from California. Willis E. Davis, San Francisco admired possession of the hard court challenge howl this after- noon'at the Lakewood Tennis club by (Idfcating Conrad B. Doyli) of the Columbia Country club, Washington U H Xorris Williams II.. Philadel- phia. champion, (lid not defend his title. Other Calitornlans besides Davis who Inivo held tile clay court title nre J. H. Straelian and C. J. Grif- fin, both of San Francisco. Miss Molla Bjurstedt of Norway re- tained the ladies' chamr.'ousliip on clay courts by defeating Miss Marina Gutherle of I'iUsburs, Miss Giitherie won more games from the Norwegian' star than any other oppon- ent she has encountered this season. George. M Church, Tennfly, N.J.. and Jliss Bjurstedt the mixed doubles championship by defeating Conrad R Doyle and Mrs: Harry Hick- Je, Toronto. Out.. M-LOUGHLIN AND BUNDY BEATEN and Win From Form- er Doubles. Champions Long Beach, Cal., July foil-lit exhibition" matcb ,'in which Clarence Griffin and Roland Roberts of San Francisco beat Maurice B. Mc- laughlin anil Thomas C. Bnnily of Los Angeles, former national doubles champions, was the outstanding fea- ture today-of the second days' play here ill the Pacific coast -sectional men's doubles, tennis championship. Only two sets were played. The seoro'of each was in'favor of the San Francisco players. Washington Beatfoston Washington. Jul made it, throe out of foufn tiie series with Boston, winning m) 2. Boon- ling, who allowed onlylree hits in seven inn ings. save Jnhnsnn when he had two on in ihe eighth. Wins His Own G a trie Cincinnati, July good work ihe mound and at bat won for Pittsburg 2 to 1. He let Cincinnati j aild Ca dawn with four hits, made a rtoublu jjoimsoil aiitl iionrv. anil a triple and scored one run. The other Pittsburg run was made by I iiiiv Wagner, who hit to right field for four .m i Americans mauc of the Philadelphia one jioinl in i ho German de- fence which was weak on heavy artil- lery, ihe enemy was quite out-gener- silled tiirougliotK the attack and our infantry suffered much less than WHS expected from shell firo. In the from, trenches nothing like the bombard- ment ot" Vimy. for fixamphi, was ex- perienced. General Results Excellent Paris, .filly results ex- cellunt." is the verdict of the Parisian press on the achievements of the sec- ond day of the great British-Franco i offensive. All newspapers assert that what lias been accomplished is raiher Kiibstaiuial lhan sensational. They do-{ elare that the mistake made in the Lov-leskie battle will not he repeat- ed, that men cannot fight until the ground has been prepared so far as humanely possible by artillery. No .sectiott of Franco-British forces was advanced beyond the line assign- ed to it. they say, however tempting might have appeared the chance of smashing further lines. Air Raids in Progress British Headquarters in France, ria London, July station at Lille was successfully bombarded by Brit- ish aviators. On its return the srjuad- ron was attacked by 20 Kokkers. two of which were brought down in flamr of which were brought down in flames. All British machines reached their home base. Few German muchines were seen in the air this afternoon. Many raids con- tinue to be made by (he British along the northern part of the line. Grmans Threatened on Whole Line London, July of the An- glo-French offensive came in slowly but while people were anxiout- j .New j for information they showed no dis 47 Boehli Pitisbnrg Cincinnati iUamaux and Gibson; Kneizer Wlngo. Divide Doubleheader St. Louis, July St. Louis and Chicago Nationals divided a double- header, Chicago winning thb first Kume 9 to 2, and St. Louis the second 4 to r J jgames. winning o to 1 4 I bunched their bite with a [home team with run-get 'Philadelphia........ I Mogridge am :Myers and Meyers. :an sweep of four e visitors appointment at the delay. Authorities the press gave warning that t fence would be necessar Chicago St. Louis demons; Jasper, Hall and Snyder. Second gann 14 S SUNDAY GAMJ j Short Contcsl 2 Cleveland. July 2'it three out of four from Lou: irs by the mi'sL be slow of the nature of the for effect. I lifieatious. Places such as Montauban, S 7 4 Fricourt, Lahoissele. Serre and Mam- 414 nietz, which the British took, like vll- JaBes further south captured by the Trench, bristled with machine guns. I There are many other similar posi- tions which must he overwhelmed if llir French and Itifeulrymen to continue to push forward. Ar- Whoop-e-e-ee! Let'em Ramble -t We're Bring- ing the Frontier Right Back to MOOSE JAW ONE MORE LOOK AT THE EARLY WEST JULY 11 to 14, Four Full Days, There will he a "Round L'p" of all the exciting- incidents of range life, tnarfe more vivid by large purses vheu..they did Red "is regiment oftS ever inducement to'young men to join 70 per cent of fuaiiui., (ione their duty uia Kea Sergt. Cunnington of the Cross work, and gave money to the Patriotic fund, but now they are promotions being mide right from the awakening to a full realization of the hat can saj Joung meaning of this terrible war and wheu the come home they must; not only give their sons. aild V0l, have not been wjth husbands anil brothers but also their places in the-different, branches of work and public affairs, so that the country absence of; the men. not suffer during the "Too. women let other wom- en's sons and Husbands go to tight to protect said the speaker. Mrs. Jamieson explained the need of registration for women iviHmg to enthusiasm of the people; The crowd HU a position to enable a man to en- went wild with delight over the cheer-1 list and said that an office would he ing intelligence. I opened shortly in tliis city where tho The speakers were extended a vote j women were asked to register and of thanks on motion of-Rev. Messrs, j state what positions they were qual- PJjflip and Brandt, and gathering had sung "God after Save ihe jfled the andi given rousing cheers for tho-boys at the front, the interest was again transferred to the sports pro- gram. The- baseball match' between Taber and Trnvers aroused considerable ex- riteraent. Taber won by a score Oi' 11 to In the football encounter Tabnr succumbed to the superior playing of Grassy Lake.' The tug of war created lots of amusement and was won by Hudson's team of lightweights. In addition, to Lhe usual program of athletic events for the and the boys and. girls, there Horse" races. were several exciting Altogether the celebration was one of the moat successful ever held in Tabor. The program was carried out ivtth smoothness, the crowd was I the weather wan perfect: i 1-is, nnw denied thai !C; Green, editor of Nugget, was killed in Hev. G. 11. Cobbledick was the chair- man and introduced the speakers. Lieut. J. Montgomery-Bell sang a very patriotic song, A hearty vote of thanks to .the speakers was moved by Mrs. Chas. McKillop and seconded by Mrs. F. A. Stoltze. The Evening .Rally Major Kerby. accompanied by Mayor Hardie nnd other recruiting officers, arrested the attention'of several hun- dred the balcony of the Dallas Hotel on Fifth Street on Fri- day night, and addressed to them some stirring words on the necessity of re- cruiUiig; more men. and made a strong appeal to the. young men to join up. The crowd, which filled the street, was somewhat more intent on the -final struggle with John Barleycorn, but the audience .which gradually collected be- neath the balcony of. the. .hotel gave speakers 'respectful and evon en- ;.thusiastlc and- many of the remarks mode .were heart fly A parade headed by a squad if Mounted PPlicc under Supt. Pcnne- Corp. iiidrier spoke for the American Legion, and said that there were many young Americans who, if 'they did not enlist with the American Le- gion to help Britain put down.'despot ism, and fight the Huns, they should go home and enlist with .Undo'.Sam ist wi Mexic to help fight the Mexicans as :lie bo- lieved the trouble in Mexico was slatted bj Germans Pte Coohn the little represent ithe of the Bantams, not yet 20, was given a great reception ind spol P n t m his manly way. for his unit. He'said there was no excuse even for man to stay at home; "If you little fellows like have a big enough heart, come on and get beside me, and get into the fight." Pte. Coolin tried two years- ago-to enlist, but was re- fused seven times BOW UD HAS BIG IE ON FIRSI (CONTINUED VJIOM FHONT PAOE) The free-for-all was, the "one event looked for by the lovers of the. now almost, extinct race, and several en- tries were made, the race being won by j. H. Sandy's horses Silver and Pinto for both prizes. The next event, concluding the sports, was IHC-contest-between the two winning hall teams, Forty-Mile and Burdett, and it wag hotly contest- sell Wai Bill QHie Porrett C r1 "Mitchell Stanlej V> hitney Denny En p8 Wright, piled. Event No. 2, dog and horse-'race, (horse ridden by Mrs. dog; 2 horse Dog won bj 50 -vards in. 150 .y-ud race j" Event No V-Quarter mile Dave Whitney on Nick; 2, Frank Borrup. Event No: half mile Maggie ;Redleggings; 2. Mrs. Bull: 3, jfrs. Bob Platterbil. lat irk Event race half mila Bob Tailed Shields; Wobftr chuck; 3, Charlie Goodriderl Event bucking.: The! following riders lowing Borrup thrown cinch broke Frink piled Stanley Whitney Davp Whitney aen good ride bucked high wide Big Bill Hyssop buckei but pulled leather Ben Gom p10 had a poor bucker; Little .Bill Hys a ip Bill Blown (colored) piled cowboy quarter Dolly Gwatkins Nick 2 Gwen Gwatkins 3 Bern fKtl Fveut No stake Stanley Whitney, Frank 3 Tom Gom, 4 Whitney Invent rode in order gnen Heib Johnston Ollie Borrett, Hippo M ay McCann Bucking with surcingle s FIrat Mitchell 1st D WbH ney 2nd F Whitney 3rd Hippo Way, Second 'Mitchell 1st Tom Goin King Hrd Best bucking horse at Hyssop's- "Skyrocket" iridden .Satur- day- by Tom Three goown Dave era Dun t scold a child cross try Rcxall Orderlies as.the tniuble I; probablj' n-lth the bowels by nexall Stores lac fexei J. D. Higmbqthaiu t Co, 'H ;