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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE NATIONAL W. I'- Pet. 30 35 ..63 .New Vork............... 27 Cincinnati 3' .443 SUNDAY GAMES 6 Chicago......... Gibson; and Archer. St 1 -'Cincinnati...... 1 Snyder i Dale and Wingo anh Clarke. Second St Louis.6........ 3 Cincinnati-. .Sallee, Grincr and Snyder and Clarke. Only two Nationals scheduled. SATURDAY GAMES vork 1 Brooklyn 2 Meyers; Smith and McCarthy. HERALD PASS 'Pa., 't- do- featiid M. Church of ITliieetojni.-iu Ihc Clnnl.of tbo men's BWglc a, (M, 3 Lear Now York, NX, July White of Chicago outpointed Freddie Welsh, lightweight chnmpion. In their Ill-round bout at the Brighton Beach track 'tonight. The ringside weights were: White, Welsh, 138 pounds. men agreed to weigh in at 135 pounds at 3 p.m. '4 Brooklyn........ 3 Meyers; Dell and Miller. Boston 1 Philadelphia 4 Rudolph, and Gowdy and Killifer. Samt7 5 Philadelphia 3 'Tyler" and" Whaling Chalmers and Killifer. 'Pittsburg........... 5 Chicago Cooper, Conselman and .Humphrey, Standridee, Lavender and Archer. Second Schang; Zabel and .Adams and B St." postponed rain. AMERICAN w. T PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES Humboldt, Iowa, July olcli, champion wrestler, after two ears' retirement, won a match with lenry Orricman ot Minneapolis, here, with exlremo ease. Gotcn von'm "straight falls o( 21 and 18 econds, respectively. Tlio mutch was staged for the bene- It of the HAimboldt Fair association, ilimboldt is tlie champion's homo own He cnme out of retirement by equest for this exhibition. ChiCMO Detroit -Boston New York Washington Cleveland St. Louis 46 43 36 34 LiUUia 3.3 SUNDAY GAMES Pet. .657 .608 .600 .522 .516 .369 .364 .354 Sioux City, Iowa, July Rickenbacber, one of the favorites was the winner ot the .300 mfle automobile race, here, today leading nearly all the way. The v.c tor drove a steady race, and average 74.7 miles an hour for the distance He drove a Maxwell car. Eddie O'DonneM, in a Deusenbere was a close second, flying across th tape less than two laps behind Riche baoher Tom Alley, a teammate c O'Donnefl, captured third money. Darlo Resta, who won the Chicago race last Saturday, made a very poor showing, giving out In the 12tll mile in his Peusot. It is said Resta was afraid of the dirt track. Only one accident marred the con- test C Cox, 'who took Rawling's place, ripped the rear of bacher's wheels on the back stretch and crashed through the fence. At the hospital it was said is condition was serious. His mechanician was only slightly hurt. RIVERS QUITS CALIFORNIA Boston. Mass., July 4.-Joe Rivers oday announced that he hud forsak- en California for New York. The Mexican lightweight declared that as there is no boxing in California, he has decided to live in New Yorlc thu future. Beach, Cal.. July 3.-Wllllani Johnston nud Clarence Griffin of San .Francisco will play Claude Wajne and Nat Browne of Monday in tho finals of tbo <.8th an- nual doubles tournament ot the Pac- ific Lawn Tennis association. The .winning pair will .bo Bent to Chicago to compete in tho prelimin- ary doubles tournament there, were a team will He selected to meet the national title-holders, Maurice llc- Loughlin and Thomas Buudy of Call- and Orilfen beat Cllfl Herd and in _the seim whtle Wayne and Browne defeated Ben Frees and Victor Breedcn form- er University ot California players, 'lolinston to leave San Francisco tor tbo eas July 20 to coninete at Boston in the LongviooU tournament. He said Maurice Me- Loughlin would play there also: Tlio Lctlilirldgc-Cricket Club enter- tained Miicleod n't a day's cricket match Saturday.' The game was a league match for the Maunscll Cup. 1 Maclcod hatted first, running up a score of 9S runs, the chief scorers be- ing Ferguson, Stuchtcry, Danu, Alii'" and Newton. For tho home team Phillips took live wickets for 12 run.': A. H. Holt took four wickcls runs. After luncheon Lclhbridgi) started their innings, compiling u .total ot 145 runs, thereby winning the match bv fllty runs. A feature of the match was tlie lino innings by K. I'hjlllpu, who rnii up a score of (ID, and Jv'ks'm who'carried Ins bat lor a veil p'lavcd 32. The next game will be pluycd at JIacleod towards vlie end oF tlie inontb. _the, tc.....s toiiiiianionl between the mem- bers oi tiie Wesley and SI. Augui- tin's tomis clubs, St. Augustin s won seven, Wesley lour and one was drawn. The Barnes were, played on the two courts Saturday afternoon and were well contested, some good tennis playing being brought, out. I he ladies of St. Augustin's served lea, presided over by MVs. F. W. Downer and Mrs. Murrcll-Wr.JE.lit. The results are as follows DOUBLES Guess and Price of Wesley vs. Stewart and Young, of St tin's, C-3, 6-3, 7-3, St. AugustinU WCarso'ii and Cobnledick oi Wesle, beat -Kawortli and Hobinsou 6-8, b-l) 8-0. Davison and Dowsley of Wesley lo_ to Jackson and Layton of St. Aug uslin's, 6-3, (M, 7-3. SINGLES CUiess vs. Stewart, draw- Price vs. Kawortli, won by. Ka- wortb, 6-0, 6-0. Carson vs. Young, won by Young, 6-2, 6-3, 7-5. Cohhlcdick vs. Kobinson, won by Cobbledick. 11-1, 6-2. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR QUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers our Prices In Blcyele Repalw and Goods Cinnot Be But. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. Phone 1032 I Davison vs. Jackson, won by Jack- son, 6-0, 6-0. Y 1'arsons vs. Lay-ton, won by Lay- ton, Parsons declining to finish set, score 9-8. Prowse vs. Salt, won by. Prowse, 6-1, 2-6, 6-1. Dowsley vs. Salmon, won'by Dowi' Icy, 6-0, '6-1._________ HERMAN BEATS BEIDEMAN_ Now Oilcans, La., July Kid Herman of New Orleans was award- ed a decision over "Lousiana' Beldewan of Philadelphia at the end of a 20-ronnd LoUd- Steen, 'Covaleski and Baker. Mitchell. Jones and ermilk ah'd Severoid. Only two. American games sched- uled. Russell Cicotte, Wolfgang Scnalk CaVet, Boland and Biker. NEVILLE IS GOLF WINNER Takes Potlach From Tilden at Seattle Seattle, Wash., July Nev- ille ot San Francisco, former bolder of the California and Pacific north- west solt championships, won the annual 'PoUach championship here today, by defeating George Tilden Seattle, S up and 5 to play. At the end of the morning round, Neville led bis opponents 9 up, but in the after- noon Tilden more than held his own Miss Agnes Ford of Seattle won the women's championship in the roornlne. defeating Mrsi I. M. Wneel er of.Butte, Mont., on the 20th bole. Boehling, Ayres, Nunamaket.' Second York Gallia, Johnson McHale and 1 New York '4 and Sweeney. 1 St. Louis Severoid. Sis SHAWKEY MAY JUMP Pitcher WW Feds Unless Salary la Boosted Kane, Pa., July 4.-Pitcher Bob Shawkey, whom Connie Hack mm lait week-to th'e New York. Yanks, may hurdle to the Federals. Shawkey wants an increase in salary from the Yanks, and said to- day that he will not report unless it forthwmlne He admitted the Fed eralB have made him an attractive of- fer. it Louis 1 Weilman, Ham- ilton" and Agaew. Philadelphia 7 Boston 3 Crowell and Lapp CoMms, Leon- ard and Tabmas. Second Philadelphia 0 Boston .11 WyckoS aad Lapp Wood and Cady. FEDERAL ff. L. Pet. .60S SURVEYORS WON AT GRASSY LAKE SATURDAY Grassy Lake, Alta, July 3 -A team of surveyors plajed a basetall match here Saturday with the Grassy Lake Sfne, anddefeated them by a score of 9 to 2. The game went five inn, Kanpas City St. Louis Chicago Pittrtorg Newark BrobUyx lultimoie Bofttlo 27 39 37 .511 40 30 .571 37 30 .558 34 34 .500 30 40 .429 26 42 .382 27 44 .380 "re, Charlie Tainter of Taber. SUKDAY GAMES Chicago McConnelfand Wt Baltimore 3 Newark 0 Bailey and Owens Kaiserling and RarUen. LOOK HERE Davenport, Watson, JSerbert" aad Hartley Chapman G. Johnaon, 1 and Easterly. 3 and three Federal games scheduled. SATURDAY GAMES KanuB City 7 St Louis 8 .id Easterly; Groom and Hartley aad Chapman. Brooklyn 2 Newark Flnneran and Land Moran Rarlden. HiHUIo 9 Baltimore 8 Krapp and Blair Suggs and Jack- liteb. S PRACTICE The 6.0 E. football club Trtll prac- tomorrow evenms on the bar .at 7 o'clock All play ers plewe turn out. DON'T MISS THIS North aTnd Knoi play regular league ball game at the Ath letic park tomorrow evening The North Lethbridge team lead th league with 'our games won and on {St Knoi is second with four game won and two lost The issue tomor row evening bear heavy on th standing of the league It the Nort Sbridge players win the! will a tain a good lead and will have th pennant practically cinched. Th will be for blood, and both are worWng hard for the vie- C Chicago and Perry; Hendrii 3 and NORTHWESTERN SUNDAY GAMES 0 Abwdeen 3 Seattle vwminr 5 3 INTERNATIONAL SUNDAY GAMES Harnshurg 3 Jersey City Second game- Harrisburg. 0 Jersey City 1 Only one International uled. SATURDAh" GAMES Toronto 0 Rochester 0 Called in eighth, ram.. Second game postponed, ram. Prnvidence 8 Richmond i 2-Harrlsburl 8 '-Buffalo-Montreal, fcMh lames iontd. Says Old TtheMfflet the original Mystery Man all others are imitations. I'm a living dare to every man, woman and child in Canada! im a challenge to your ability at discovering. "I'm the 7th point of superiority in Sterling Gum. And nobody knows me but the Sterling people themselves. L __ "But perhaps you can find me for the point is really inSterling itself., It isn t masked -isn't hard to capture the trail is clear and straight-away. "First study points 1 to 6: 1. Crowded vnth flavour 4. Sterling purity 2 Velvety body GRIT 5. From a daylight factory 3. Grumble-proof 6. tlntouched by hands "Have you perseverance? Are you good at discovering? Some say that Columbus won't be one, two, three alongside of the person who discovers point m Gum AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS ;