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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRCT BASEBALL NATIONAL W. L. Philadelphia Chicago St. Louis Brooklyn......... Viltsbiirg New York Cincinnati Boston......... Chicago Now York Hiii.iiihrios and Hitler uml Doom. 811 40 38 38 33 33 43 38 81 38 311 1'ot. .613 .541 .510 .51-1 .507 .471 .471 1.431 3 92 'Archer Jlarquard, Cincinnati 5 13 Brooklyn 1, C Schneider and Wingo I'lepher Miller. Pitbsburg Kantlchner Gibson Hasan, Hughes and dowdy. Second piUsburg 6 Harmon and Schang; Davis, Huphes and Gowdy. pi. Louis J'hilailelphia 8 Griner, Nichaus and Snyder Hochc; Alexander and Killifcr, 8 10 1 0 and US. BATHE. FOR AT SAN AMERICAN w. Chicago Boston 'Detroit New Vork Washington St. Louis Philadelphia Cleveland ____ Philadelphia Chicago Crowell and Schalk. Cleveland Ruth and so 47 40 35 23 28 27 Lapp 28 27 31 38 45 47 47 Pet, NORRIS WILLIAMS DEFEATED AND MORRIS MCLAUGHLIN GIVEN HARD GO San Francisco, July Har- vard representatives ni the eastern tram of invaders to the l'anainn-1'a- cific international exposition tennis championships came to a cropper to- day on the. courts o! the California Lawn Tennis club when their doubles team, and Watson W. Washblirn, en- lereil in the singles, were eliminated from further play. The first to succumb was Wash- burn. Dr. Melville Long, former Pa- cific coast champion and Davis cup tjt NOTED PLAYER LET OUT DEFEAT WINNERS OF NORTH WEST TITLE BY POINTS TO FIVE HOWTIIK GERMAN PASS AWAY TIIK TIME .641 j representative, who has been out of ictive competition for the last three Thomas 7 7 3 S Walker -B30 .603 .513 1 .302 .373 .365 5 3 0 won in straight sets, 7 With the score live games to ,hrce against him in the lirst set, ,ong, liy magnificent uphill work, von tire' next four games and the set. The second set was comparativc- y easy for the Californian. The Harvard doubles team made ip of H. Xorris Williams, the na- tional singles champion, and Wash- jurn, was the next to fall. They vcre beaten by Holllfs of this city and Lawrence Second Boston J J Cleveland rf Mays, Leonard and Cady and Lap- .rigan Mitchell, Jones and O'N'eill. York J J Detroft 3 8 J Donovan and NunamaKcr Covaleski and Baker and StanaKe. Second Pittsburg j; Newark 'Buffalo i'Baltimore CHARLEY DOOIN Catcher Charley Dooin, formerly manager of the Phillies, and secured by tlie Cincinnati Keds last winter, when .Moran succeeded him at delphia, lias been released to KpokitiiP, July 13. The closing game of the third annual northwest i polo tourney was won yesterday by I Cowlcy over Boise by a" score o( ISA I (o 5. The Canadians sprung u sur- i by their strong showing and j put up ihe fastest anil clevm-st cxlii- bition of polo seen during the The clip rests between Spokane and 1 Boise. Boise is now in possession, but Spokane may lift it un a lech- CONXKLLY JMKMIT STAR YciUruay'ii sliininu; slur was B'srfc Connelly, the Caiuulians1 youthful, lijiht-lui'irirl forward, v.tiu smncd to i everywhere at once and anywhere j he wus'necdctl. He scored five of his j team's eight goals, a fait unequalled by any individual playi-r during tlie panics of the tourney. The j j young Canadian also suvnl his teamj from fccing scored un time and again i I by bis deadly arciirncy in hitting the I hall away when his own goal was j threatened. tJreat credit is also due! 1 (o Captain Milvairi ot Cowlry. whose! 'steady and at, times hrl.liaiit sup- port made possible many of Connel- ly's scores. COU'LEY TAKES LEAD Cowley took the lead in the third chukker when Connelly .scored after .six minutes of play. This, combined 'with fouls by Ostjicr and Falk, put j the Canadians in the lead and Boise never thereafter headed them. New York Giants, which claimed him under the waiver rule. Dooin was beinji yaiil a salary of a year by the Cincinnati ciiiu, but has been of little use to the team, Clark and Wingo doing most of the catching. His release to New York also will clear the air that has been cloudy club to succeed Ilcrzog as .manager. His going to New York means the permanent retirement of, Larry Mc- Lean, now under suspension, and also the release of one of the other catch- ers of the team, perhaps Jack Meyers. of Japan's pearl divers are who begin to learn the trade at the of 13 or 14._____________ Most women Curtis, also a Harvard man, who; with rumors that he was being groom- aecompanied the players from thfijed by one faction in the Cincinnati east and entered with Rohlfs after lis arrival here. Another of the day's surprises was ;be showing made by Carl Gardner of San Francisco against his fellow townsman, Maurice 1C. McLoughlin, ,he former national champion. Me- joughlin, while he won the first set ty a score of was forced to deuce-vantage games in the majority of instances. With the scorn 5 to If against him in the second set, Gard- ner pulled, the next four games out of the fire and took the set, Gardner fought desperately to keep up with the former champion ami forced him again into many deuce- vantage games, hut the final set, went to jVIcLoughlin, fi-3. CK' M. Church and Dean Ma they, the Princeton doubles team, had no trouble in disposing of C. C. Cragiti and 'R. W. Naples in straight sets, allowing the latter to take only one game. The final score was Hugh Kelleher, of Seattle, and Jos- eph. G. Tyler of Spokane, put up a blassy brand of tennis and defeated W. Cf. Knowlton and L. Strauss of San Francisco in the first round of the men's doubles, ".Men wounded in either the arms or hands are iaaglil to do all kinds of handicraft so as to restore the nonnaf suppleness of the injured members.' Tlie a class in knitting. FAMOUS AH TI ir ON IHE siuh LEAGUE LEADERS Leaders in various baseball leagues of the country are: International, Providence; Western, Des Mnines; South- ern, .Memphis; Central, Young- stown; Pacific Coast, San Francisco; North Spokane; York State, Elmira; Virginia, Portsmouth; Colon- ial, Hartford; New 'England, Lawrence; Texas, Galveston; North Carolina, Asheville; S. Atlantic, Augusta and West- ern Association, Denison. Atchison's New Poet Little pots of flowers, litt'ie cans paint, make attractive neighbors out of them that Globe. Someone tried to scare Freddie Welsh out of the world's title by an- nouncing that White sent four ot In sparing narinera to the hospital as the result ot his terrific punching power. Needless to fay, Freddie just iaughecl thereat. When the 'Minto Cup race is set- fled, and the baseball race is over no will still have Joe with us The even, with Joe six months ago but they have dropped out of the cup hunt. Wallie Schang is now cavortlns anout the third will still have oe .ay w I searching for a lacrosse trophy. The Chinooks of Calgary were running Stack's Athletics. sack for Connie He is No. 10. The other nine were' supposed to be fielders and outfielders. Schang is a catcher. Yes, Connie has some pit- chers on his club, but it isn't their turn yet, Yes, old man, Freddie Welsh has lost his old-time speed and clever- ness Just like John D. Rockefeller has lost his last; cent. 45 32 .581 .13 32 .578 dO 35 .533 40 3li .521, 33 45 .423 31 48 .392 29 47 .382 "St Louis 0 51 Hendrix and Wilson Plank and Hartley. Kansas City 1 50 pittsburg 0 5 t Cullop and Brown Allen, Hearne ;.aml Berry. 1 Brooklyn 12 1 Baltimore 5 u J Finneran, Scaton and Berry; .Wiltse, Lake and Owens. Newark-Buffalo, postponed, rain. "MAKE YOURSELF AT SAYS HUDSON TO MOTOR TOURIST INTERNATIONAL Toronto............. 1 Providence 4 Buffalo............... 4 Richmond 3 Rochester.......... 1 Harrisburg 3 AM. ASSOCIATION Indianapolis...... 2 St. Paul 7 Columbus.......... 2 Jlrlwaukcc B Louisville.......... 3 Minneapolis 4 Cleveland-Kansas City, postponed, wet grounds. NORTHWESTERN 5 Vancouver 4 Aberdeen............ 0 Seattle Spokane............. 10 'lacoma CONSTIPATIENTS lt must be remembered that the bowels should move freely once a day to ensure perfect health. When such is not the case the poisonous waste material is absorbed into the system, thus producing a self blood poisoning.. The causes of Constipation are many and varied. Among the more common may be mentioned poor slumach di- cestion, a deficiency of bile in the intestines, a lack of secretion in the bowels, and a want of the natural muscular contraction of the intestines from above downward. Abbeyls Effervescent Salt, sold everywhere at 25c and 60c. stimulates and restores the. stomach digestion, increases the flow of bile into the intestine, causes a flow frtjm the. in- testinal glands, and restores the na- tural downward action of .the intes- tines, rendering it easy to secure a tree action of the bowels, which is one of the most important requisites to health. Sold by t. a. Hijinbotham Co., Limited by representative women, one Ohio village has decided ta treat the visiting motorist as .an honored guest. Tourists who have become gain shy from encounters with village "conatabules" are .tucpected to faint with surprise mtfri they reach Hud- son. A rest room has been provided in the Ellsworth building, opposite the clock tower. Here any. itinerant stranger may sit, lounge write to his heart's content. Every conveni- ence for the tourist's comfort is-pro- vided and the ladies of the Hudson Home Circle take tarns in acting as hostess. Hudson is a particularly appropri- ate point for such an enterprise. It is located on a brick paved highway, 40 miles in extent, which stretches south from Cleveland, .through Akron, to Barberton expected, eventually, to reach Columbus. Hun- dreds of pass over this route. Hudson, as a sort .of half- way station, is a most convenient stopping point for those who do not care to make Uie journey in a single run. Money to equip the rest room was secured by subscription and by a benefit concert. Among those active1 in the work were Mrs. F. F. King, Mrs. W. Corbusier, Mrs. Thomas Blackburn, Mrs. Arthur "Bentei, Mrs. Marie Shjelds and Mrs. Kay Miller. "It was easy to get the said Mrs. Miller, "as soon as the town caught the.idea." Hudson has, for years, enjoyed a reputation af a town of ideals. It has boea helped in this regard by a former resident, W. L. Ellsworth of New York, who has donated schools and public improvements liberally to his old neighbors. mnirn .US CATCHER SIGNAL SUING CHIEF MEYERS Who may be let out by Manager llcGraw of the New York Giants in the process of building a new team. Toney, Gin Stantlridge, Chi. Alexander, Phil. Pierce, Chi Manrnux, Ptg. Mayer, Phil Meadows, S. L. James, Boston Dale ,Cin Harmon, Pt.S- Smith, Bklyn Hobiuson. S. L. Neihaus, S. L. Doak, S. Lu Kagon, Bos.- Pfeffer, Bklyn Vaughn, Chi. Stroud, N, Y Dell, Brklj-n Schneider, Cin CoblesUie, Det. .LEAGUE W. L. Pet. 4 0 ].000 5 4 8 4 6 3 4 2 '2 J 9 6 11 S 4 3 7 0 5 4 .824 .750 .700 .667 .667 .667 .667 ,607 .liG7 .COO .600 .583 .579 .571 .536 .530 .533 AMERICAN LEAGUE Gregg, Bos........ Faber, Chi........ W. Johnson, Wash. Wood, Bos........ Leonard, I13os..... Fisher, N. Y...... Benz, Chi......... Det....... Dnbub, Det. Wai-hop, N. Y..... G. Foster, Bos..... Kuth, Bos........ Gallia, Wash. Cicotte, Chi....... Caldwell, N. Y. Shore, Bos...... Morton, Clev. 14 ...12 ___ 11 3 10 L. Pet. 0 1.000 2 '.875 5 .796 .781 .750 .714 .700 .661? .643 -63C .1115 .GOO .GOO .000 .563 .656 .533 Gum g >tPPEnMINT AMD ClHNAMOM FLAVOURS] MAC: IN (Dy Hugh Han Johnson's reported threat to expel Ty Cobb from the American league if he charges the White Sox n-illi stealing signals ami tlie veiled accusations of Cobb, Jennings, Dono- van and others that the Sox have been stealing signals, reopens an in- teresting chapter of baseball. Three times in the past there have bcpn scandals arising out of signal itcaling in the big leagues. In one case the guilt of the ac- cused club was clearly shown, .and later even boastfully admitted and exaggerated. That was olil Philadelphia. Xa- tional club, a team of great hitters, including Flick, Delahanty, Lajoic, Lave Cross, Douglass, McFail.aml. USE CLEVER RUSE There was a clever little catcher named Morgan who was smart and quick and who grew too fat to calch. The way that i'liilailel- phia team batted was criminal. They were, mad if they didn't get two hits a day each. Besides they .wore not "h'itting naturally." Other teams complained and- kick- ed, i'licn they watched. They 'discov- ered that Chiles, an extra man, coached at third base in all batting rallies anil that, he kept his eyes., on the club house and called certain fix- ed signals. Then they discovered Murphy in the dub house with .a pair of strong field classes, calmly watching the catcher's signals and flashing them hack to Chiles, who tipped the "bat- ters what was being pitched. The opposing teams .thought that would, end it.'lint Murphy immedi- ately started signalling by.the 'sim- ple device of raising and-lowering-an awning over a. window. That was stopped. Murphy travelled, with the team, hired rooms overlooking the park and signalled to., the batters. TIP SIGNALS WITH BUZ2'ER" One Jay the explosion' came. .Chiles was coaching at third, and opposing players noticed he kept- his foot iii one spot all the time'.. They made a rush at him. There was a scramble, a light, and the visiting players dug up a box connected with the club house by wires. Inside the box. was a buzzer and by feeliiig.with his foot Chiles got the signals. The National league not. punish anyone. STALLINGS HAD A GREAT DEVICE The next big outburst came when George Slallings was manager of the New York Highlanders. The hitting of the Highlanders was so peculiar that several teams were suspicious. The pitchers claimed the New York- ers hit at halls that should Have tooled them and let others go with- out moving their hats. Finally Detroit set, a watch. Some- one on the Highlander team tipped off Jennings that the signals were being stolen from the back of a sign in center fielil. The word was passed and two ol the Highlanders were caught on a platform built high up back oi the sign. A piece-oi wood was found that moved. It proved to be the cross bar oi a huge, letter 1-1 on the face of the sign. By turning it the spies signalled to batters what the catcher had signalled to the pitcher. No Miracle'Stuff Boston Braves in last place! They, are down where they were a year ago but will not.repeat their performance of 1814 when they right to the top and not only won the National peunant but the worlds series also Boston Sust year had three pitchers going in wonderful form. They lack- ed them this year and besides Pbila delphia, Chicago, and St Louis are furnishing much more effective op- position. RECRUITS WANTED For 03rd Battalion, C.O.E.F. Capt. R. B; Davidson will be tit Lethbriilge July 15th, 1915 For the purpose of Recruiting Men for the 63rd Battalion, C. O. E. F. REQUIREMENTS: 18 to 42 years of .age, 5 feet 3 inches in height; chest measurement S3 inches. In case of married men or men under 21 ears ot age. -writ- ten and witnessed permission of wife or parents shall be nec- essary betoie recruits can be sworn -''in. Prhates SI 10-per day with separation- ;'allowance to wives and dependants of ?20 a month. R, B. DAVIDSON, Capt. 0. 63rd Bat. C.O.E.F. ST. CyPlN'S ELEVEN Here's a -new The Knox ball- team are playing 'football. It hap- jened this way. St. Cyprian's were anxious to beat the KROX athletes In some sort of sports. Baesball, bask- et ball and other games were and the Knox -boys have always'come >ut on the winning side. So the game of soccer was played last night at the jarracks to give the Saints .chance o redeem themselves. St. Cyprian's team were on the field ready to'-go the Knox would-be soccer players and in the first part ot the ;arae their confidence of so doing was high. However, the- game pro- ressed for fifteen minutes a score and the St. Cyprians' began to take their opponents more serioiis- They got a goal on a fluke, how- ever when a Knox player headed-the jal'l into the net in trying to ;oal. The Knox players evened up :he score when Laytoa Irwm located the net with a pretty shot. The St. Cyprian players' got an- other 'goal in the last session with five minutes to play and this copi- pleted the score for the evening, 9t Cyprian's winning by 2 to 1. A notable feature of the. same was the combination ot the forward Every man on the forward line is a aorn runner and when they got start- ed down field following the stop them was impossible ufltii the bat] would inadvertantly glance off ihe toe of one of tho inexperienced kickers. LOOK HERE SONS LINE UP S. O. B. team to play North Leth- bridge tomorrow evening at the ball park will consist of the folloxvinB .Parsons; Wallis and Nesbilt; Har- ]ier, Bennett r.r.d Lee "Stone, Far- rant, -Draper, Chenery anad Referee, Phillips. Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED Bicycle Repairers Our Prices in .Bicycle Repitrt and Goods not Be INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AOENT D. E. MacDtuM Phone 1032 Mil ttmt ;