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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1010 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE Took First Prize in Wrestling Contest at Day of Athletics Camp, Out., July two thousauil urtllleryrueii look part in iunl watched Llic events at the Im- mense athletic Hold day hold hero lust Saturday. H was one of the hlggost, most complete and success- ful events of Us kind ever held under sncll circumstances, with only olio arm ot tlic militia units to call Irom. Brilliant sunshine prevailed, the men entered tile contests with enthusiasm and the various lieats were vigorous- ly contested. Tile cards were arrant'- liil by tlio Y. .M. 0. A. stall under tho direction of Jlr. 1. IS. Muimer, general secretary of the Ottawa branch, but battery and staff officers acted as judges. During the evening throe thousand soldiers watched tho boxing and wrestling contests, while Hie liorse- wrestling was the most popular Brooklyn Pliilailclnlili NATIONAL Won Lost IIS 'la 3'i 28 AMERICAN Won Lost 42 .IK! Uosttm Now York SI. Louis .IS1 .478 Washington Detroit .400 Errors and Hits in Ninth Cincinnati. July an uphill'nghl that reached its climax in the ulnth inniiiK, Urooklyn won the first game of the series here today 4 to 3. Both 40 37 38 37 27 30 30 31 33 37 41 4S Vet. .609 .671 .551 .529 .493 .129 .262 Plank the Whole Works "Washington, July Louis eas- ily defeated Washington today 5 to 0. 1'iank was master of the game at all times and was given strong support. sides nigKiKlly. Urooklyn came Three double! plays, two of Ihem start- strong in tlio ninth, when two errors, cd I'laiik. were features, two singles and a sacrifice hit netted Louis............. 5 7 them enough to win. j Washington....... Urooklyn 4 7 3j Plank and Chapman Cincinnali............ 3 'I sAinsmitli. Henry. I'feiicr and MeOarty; ami Allen Weakened in Eighth Speaker Fielded Brilliantly Boston, July pitching and I fielding gave Boston a 2 to 1 victory Hundreds arc getting these beautiful Regi- mental and College Shields. Why don't you? The outer wrap- per of the new style package of ADAMS' TUTTIFRUTTl GUM ia a valuable coupon. Start saving them now and get any of these shields to beautify your den or room. Full infor- mation and the list of shields will be found on each coupon. As for Tutti enjoy it not only for its mellow iriitt.flavors, liut the safety of its new package. Bach stick separately wrapped in wax- paper and tinfoil. Ask your dealer for Tutti Frutti to-day. ORIGINATORS 1 ....cHii, Ilin inniu iiiillltlar MUCH vvctmciiL-u in iieiuinfi mi.imii .1 i. LU A back u rest ng us the mos pupil, 7 Cleveland todav. Speaker started -nr i i Men from coast 10 coast par.idpat- K> piU-l.ud an tight .ball up el oo e, (lv am i e red JOE JACKSON LEADING HITTER OF LEAGUE Men from coast 10 coast pariicipat- cd in the many events, but tho ilt.onin.ns, GneljjhUcs and Montreal- ers won a Uirwe number of prizes. Tnmipottr McCall nf the Gist nailery Lcthbridgu, Altn., ubialnud Jlrnl prize in the wrestling contest. 1 JAPS WIN SEMI-FINALS Crack Foreign Tennis Stars in Front Rank r.t St- Louis St. Louis, July defeating Van Repiieri and Uautier, of St. Louiii today in the pemi-Hiials tit the Mis- souri valley Mictluiiul doiibles shire Mikaini and Ichiya of Japan stepped into tlio OVCM. Either Jack Cannon of Kansa? City and his partner, Limlaner, nf Chicago or the Teachener-Ncvrell team, nun of Kansas City, will meet the KuiiiaKiui readied the semi-finals in tho central states tournament singles with liis victory today over Kenneth j A Ho 0 1 0 throw. J 4 j Cleveland 1 4 Omv.ly; Pot-hard and G Bocbe, Uiigby and O'Neill; Ruth ThomaH. Pirates Cut Loose In 8th Plttslmrg, -Inly ilefoat- ed Vork here today by a scoro of 5 to to the effective work of Pitcher Jacobs. Anderson also pitch- ed well until the eighth inning, when singles by Wilson. O'Brien, Wagner and Hinchnmii. and Carey's home run scored three runs which won the game. New York PiUsburg Mogridge Does It Again New York, July York again defeated Chicago today in a close game, the league pace-setters winning by a score of -1 to in 12 innings. Mogridge. a White Sox discard, de- feated his former team mates for the third time this season, having permit- ted only three runs in the three. Anderson and haridcn; Jacobs .and laiogridgc was helped by good support. Wilson. Chicago.............. 1J J A Close, Contest St. Louis, July wild throw by Smith trying for Bancroft at second in ilia third inning, after the latter had beat out. an infield single, followed by a single by Paskert, scored Philadel- phia's only run and defeated St. Louis in a pitchers' Alexan- der and Meadows here toilay, 1 to 0. Wolfgang, Scott and Schalk; Mog- ridge and Nunamaker. Cobb Hits Home Run Philadelphia. July ham- mered r.Ieyers' delivery for seven in- Uhls of Kansas. __Hc will have to I Meadows was not in danger after the ana cieieuieu oi. L.OUIH battle between Alexan- today and again easily defeated Philadelphia, the score being 9 to 2. Williams, formerly of the University beat Jack Cnnnon of KanBas City to reach the finals. In the central states doubles Josties and Drews, tho juvenile St. Louis stars, defeated the veteran team of D. .Jones and H. Hoerr, and Kuimigae and Mikami won over Cannon and Linrtaucr. JOHNNY'S EXCUSE WAS OUT OF SEASON Philadelphia South Carolina, pitched the last j 5 i two innings and did not yield a hit or 051 a run. Vitt and Coveleskie each Alexander' and KilliferV Meadows, martc Cobb's drives Jasper and Gonzalcs, INTERNATIONAL Providence '17 -fi Buffalo 34 20 u home run. Jetroit.............. 9 H 2 Philadelphia.......... 2 10 3 Coveleskie and Stallage; Meyers, "Williams and Meyers, Murphy. Baltimore Richmond Montreal Newark 36 31 30 30 Toronto 26 Rochester 22 W 32 35 .554 .500 .4iC .469 .443 .3SK .Mewarlt............. 7 6 9 Rochester............ 8 IS Euright. Schaclit t Schwort; Kirk- mayer. Hill and Casey, Hale. Providence............ 3 4 2 Buffalo.............. 7 a 0 Billiard and Yelle; Tyson Haley. Second Providence............ 6 9 1 Buffalo.............. I 10 4 Baumgartner. ScnulU and Yelle; Bader and Ouslow. Richmond 3 10 1 Toronto.........' :9 1 Rhoades and Reynolds; Herbert and McKee. Baltimore 4 16 1 Montreal '5 11 '0 Sherman and McAvoy; Cadore and Howleyv Spokane Dutte' Vancouver Taconia Seattle Great Falls Sea'ttle 1 6 1 Vancouver............ 3 9 0 Schmutz and Cadman; Acosta and Edwards. Spokane............. 2 5 2 Butte............... 9 S 1 Harstad and Murray; Schroeber and Hoffman. Taconia.............. s Great Palls............ 3 7 4 10 and Bald- win; Toney and Hav.'orth. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis Louisville Kansas City Minneapolis Toledo St. Paul.. Columbus Milwaukee 40 3S 39 39 34 32 26 26 32 30 .645 .559 .523 .485 .394 .371 Vernon Los Angeles San Francisco Portland..... Salt Lake Oakland New York, July John K. Tener, of the National league an- nounced to-day that he had indefin- itely suspended Cailtain Johnny Elvers of the Boston club. The league ex- ecutive stated that the penalty was inflicted as a result, of Hie sccue cre- ated at Boston yesterday uy Evers when ho was Vailed out on strikes. Evors telegraphed an anolosy to league headquarters for his actions and remarks but President Tener re- fused to pass the incident without a reprimand and suspension. Kansas City......; 4 11 5 Milwaukee............14 22 0 Humphries. Crutcher, Lathrop and Berry; Shakieford and McGraw. Louisville......... 10 14 2 Columbus............ S 17 i James, Boehier and Lalonge; Davi.H and Coleman. Toledo 37 1 Indianapolis...... i 1 72 Adams, Kaiserling and Sweeney, Devogt; Rogge and Scliang. No other games scheduled. BRETON ARfcOW COLLAR POINTS WORN" FLAT OR ROLLEP OUTWARD ISeea. CLUHTT, I'r.ADorrYfcCo., INC, MONTRKAL A HEALTHY EXERCISE ff Swimming is a most excellent exer- cise, especially (or women. It makes one healthy because it brings into use every muscle and com- 'pols deep breathing. II makes one bpautiful because it is exhilarating and sets tho blood in cir- culation and makes bright eyes and clear skins. It makes one graceful, for it reduces where there is too much dabby flesh and gives the crumped and constricted body a clmnce to Rain -poise and grace. It is the best, thing in tho world for the lungs. You oan't live with cramp- ed lungs. You never saw a swimmer without a fine, deep chest. It gives a splendid carriage. H is sure cure for the slouch. It broadens the shoulders. Women need broad shoulders If they are to carry the burdens ot the world. it gives confidence. It. strengthens the stomach and will cure maiiy stomach Ills. OUTSIDE TEAM THROWS DOWN GAUNTLET TO OLD TIMERS The' Commerce baseball team have challenged the Old Timers of this city to a gamo of baseball next A definite dnlo Una not yet been set for the clash. NORTHWESTERN 42 35 34 24 31 36 40 36 .636 .030 .486 .iS5 .437 .429 COAST LEAGUE 36 54 54 54 .50 50 37 38 46 60 .600 .558 .538 .493 .446 Oakland Vernou............. Crandall and Elliott; Whaling. Portland........... San Francisco........ Kelly and Roche; Couch, Fanning and Brooks. Los Angeles S 140 Salt Lake...... 5 13 0 Zahel Kassler; Piercy, Hughes and Hannah. NORTHERN Duluth 33 Winnipeg 35 Superior........ 28 Fargo Virginia Port William 20 .589 .583 .549 .472 .464 .846 Winnipeg............. S S 1 Superior............. 9 2 Donovan and Berger; Burden and Ericlison. William...........7 8 1 3 8 3 Bentley and Weising, Agnew; Roger and Sweeley. Duluth-Fargo, wet grounds. Chicago, July a percent- age of .382. Joe Jackson, White Sox slugger, is leading the American League, having pushed Tris Speaker of Cleveland down into second place by a two point 'lead. Jackson has hammered out 96 hits for 41 runs in 251 times at bat. Speaker in 263 times up, made 100 hits, good for 50 runs. ryiiss MINNEAPOLIS WINS TRQPHY Boat Averages 45.10 Miles an Hour at Midcontinent Regatta St. Paul. Minn.. July clos- ing day's racing of the Jlidcontinent regatta, under the auspices of the Mis- sissippi Vallev Motorboat association was marked by the performance of Miss Minneapolis, the Minneapolis Motorboat association entry, won all events in which it was enter- ed. In the deciding heat of: the Webb trophy race Miss .Minneapolis develop- ed a speed of 15-10 miles an hour. At a meeting held during the day by the association members Minneap- olis was selected for the 1917 regatta. GREAT LAKES TENNIS TITLE San Francisco Player Wins Mits Bjurstsdt Mrs. Bickle Buffalo, July Johns, of San Francisco, today won the Great Lakes tennis championship, defeating Lester Gilbert, of Buffalo, 10-8, 6-1. 0-6, 6-4. Vanderbilt Ward, of Rye N. Y., will not contest the internation- al challenge round tor the cup. Miss Molla Bjurstedt, of Norway, defeated Mrs. Bickle, of Toronto, in the anal round of the women's sin- gles, 6-1, 9-i. Miss Bjurstedt will meet Edith notch, of Boston, tomorrow afternoon in a challenge round for the cup. which is now held by Miss Rotch. Whoop-e-e-ee! Let 'Em MOOSE J STAMPEDE FOUR DAYS NEXT WEEK, MY 11 TO 14 Buy a Single Fare Kef urn Ticket a nd see the World's Champion Bucking Horse Riders and Ropers Big Time Horse Races Fast Boxing Bouts LEO KOSSICK vs. LEN ROWLANDS CHAMPION LIGHTWEIGHT OF THE NORTHWEST THE FAST CHICAGO LIGHTWEIGHT Dozens of Special Trains. Ask your Agent. Stampede Admission Ecserved Seats 50c extra. TRIGGER AND TRAP The beginners' competition for the Dupont trophy brought out a flue lot of new shooters to the traps Wednes- day evening, and it is certainly pleas- ing to see the way clay-bird shooting is becoming popular with sportsmen. The competition was under the handi- cap system and resulted as follows: Rhnt Added At Broke tar'ts Total Dr Gallivan.. 26 20 10 30 Hedley 25, 14 15 29 Kenny 25 18 15 28 Macdonald 25 16 10 26 Sehl 25 10 15 25 Roy 25 10 15 25 Shields 25 9 15 24 Miller 25 9 15 24 Preise 25 9 15 24 Topmbs 25 7 15 22 Van Home ..25 S 13 21 LeBlanc 25 3 15 IS Taylor 25 3 15 IS Some good shooting was done by the older members. Mr. D. Living- ston, who expects to attend the pre- mier American tournament, the great Anierican Handicap at St. Louis, did exceptionally well. Following are some of the scores: H. H. McMillan. D. Livingston H. Pilling......, R. Livingston Jas. Livingston.. V. E. Green i F. G. Bel-her H. A. McMillan. Billings Is anxious to take the place of Vancouver in the Northwestern League. Vancouver as a ball town is dead just now and the club is going behind financially. 25 IS 24 23 22 IS The- club shoots every Wednesday evening and every sportsman who feels that he would like to try this, sport is invited to attend. BOXER Los Angeles, Cal., July Dolau. an amateur .boxer was released bv the police late today when a cor- oner's jury loiind that Bert Coffey of San Francisco, Olympic, club cham- pion flyweight, died' In the ring Mon- day night "from acute dilation of the heart caused by over-exertion." Cof- fey collapsed in the fourth round of a light with Dolan and died a, tew minutes later. Dolan was held, but no charge was tiled against him. Fowler's Grape Highball Two-thirds glass FOWLER'S GRAPE piece ice and Soda .Water "THAT'S ALL" MANUFACTURERS, R. L FOWLER CO., LIMITED Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL Some Clubs Announce Surprising Pro- fits in Spite of Abnormal Conditions Loiidou, July the abnormal conditions under which soc- cer was played m jiaigiaiurand Scot- land last season, the balance sheets which have been issued by some oi the clubs contain satisfactory profits, in spite of greatly reduced attend- ances at alt the league games. -Patrick Thistle o; the Scottish League has surpassed all expectations by annuuucijig u profit of The shareholders will receive a dividend of 7% per cent and has been added to its reserve. Dundee made a net profit of While condi- tions were not so favorable in lantl the report of .Manchester City js most satisfactory, a net profit being made.- Preston North End made a profit of ?oas, the club beue- titting considerably by the pooling sys- tem arranged by the league. Blackburn Rovers show a loss an the season's working of which was ascribed to the club's refusal to join in the games with the other lea- gue clubs. The English association shows a loss on the last year's work- ing of EDMONTON EXHIBITION July 10 to 15, 1916. Single Fare for Round Trip From all Stations In Alberta and Saskatchewan TO EDMONTON GOING DATES JULY 10th to 14th RETURN LIMIT JULY For full' particulars and tickets apply to S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agen.t, Lethbrldge. or any Canadian Pacific Ticket Agent R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agl., Calgary, Alta, The polish easiest io use -the Shine that's POLISHES BLACK-WHITE-TAN Keep your jshoeg neat Mi Ml iVu rwmi I.I Uf H. MM, lutfcf tliM. uJ will nol cr.ek Ik. lulhf. I-1. Co. LiJ.. H.mllin. ;