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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGEPIVB First Victory ;for Visitors on Lerhbridge- Wind Marred Game THE SCORE Tiber v 3 v GOAl, SUMMARY staberi.B -..Second Half ,'Taber, 10 16Tmin'uMs, Brown. THE 'i-INE-UP McMahoii and Bateman; faster, J. Carr and P Carr; fcrown, App'le.ton, Cartnell, McGMIjvary and Bain. Black and Harvey and Harper IsoocKson, .Richards, iBrennan. J Banrierman and Russ. Tabcr' recorded their first uctor on Lethbridge srrc.unda last night when they defeated the Overseas 3 tc nil in a city and district league foot ball fixture. Tho usual turn-out of football pat runs was not "in-evidence last night initially because.the issue was no GETTING READY FOR AMERICA GUP RACES utPENIR RULES FAVORITE OVER Unusual and remarkable Dictum taken from the bowsprit ct Sir Thoma Lipton s challenger k IV., during a trial trip Tilth her uew ng prior to her being sailed across M.e Atlantic for the Ameuca Cup race initially, because. tne issue ..u a one that had a great deal of hearing n made the next goal unas sisttd six minutes later-. He' trapped the hall ag-m In jnidueld and brought it down unhindered There was no one in his and selected his own time jnd place i to kick ilie ball to its hi! let and he it in with great speed high 01 er and bejond tht reach o! I ush lot. the last scorr of the game Brown s speed was remarkable and he alwais aimed to outrun hs check and depended upon footciait to him am thing He beat Home in a run down the held toward the close and kicked dangerously close to Steam Yacht Erin Bringing Her Estimates 3 to 1 Against Challenger Winning American Cup Gosport, July is i cerning Shamrock IV.'s chances, ready for the departure on July 18 Their estimate today was rGiebli' for the United States of Shamrock 3 to 1 against the challenger. on leadership of the league that the race is on 'the last leg of ......t get very olose to their opponents goal in tb" second half and Marsh was1 onlj called up on to tAercise himself lour times and only one ol the shots that went his way looked %er> ominous the schedule, with the high wind that was blowing, a good match was hardly to be anticipated. It wasn't above expectations eith cr. The wind played havoc with most of the skill and science that was at tempted and when the hall was in the nirMt was liable to alight any old place and .was often carried forty feet or mote out of its course. The visitors clearly, demonstrated i superiority over "-the Overseas se- curing-their first goal when the v. ird WSS against them, .and to slum that the breeze was a factor in the game they secured two more when tlfey had advantage In their favor. 'THE KICK-OFF The Overseas started with ten men, Home was late in arriving, hut they won the toss, and of course, elected to kick with the wind, which probably equalized matters. Eight'minutes of play had been in- dulged in and Horiic, the Overseas' late arrival, "was just coming on to the field when -Vic Brown, the Taber outside right slipped up the line with the hall, passed over to McGillivary, who shot from the crowd and the first goal was recorded for Taber, the only one "in the first half. The contest continued on even terras'for approximately ten minutes or prob'aTily the- 'Seas had a little, the best 'of it, but Taber came mighty near making another, goal, the result of -a foul committed by Black in the pen- alty zone, the star, player ci the Taper eleven, Jack respon- sible for his-team's failure to. regis- ter in this-instance. When'Cartnell was making the' penalty kick, Carr rushed'in on the goal ahead of time and Keferce Willeits declared Cait- shot no count and order-' od a goal kick. While .the' players' didn't question Willetts1' decision in this matter, the' reSerec was general-" ly conceded to be wrong in' his rul- ing. The general1 impression is that hall should' have 'been replaced .and Taber allowed to kick again. 'From then to the end of. the half the Overseas pressed the attack, and in fifteen minutes four times charged the visitors' goal with a determina- tion that appeared certain to culmin- ate in finding .the net, but ai._ the last ditch Ussy were met with an iron front and turned. back, or a well- meant kick turned wild by the wind often settled the matter, the hall go- ing out of bounds. Huss came ex- tremely close to the coveted spot for the 'Seas, the ball just hitting the 'central portion of the. crossrbar and slipping over. Jock nanncrman, too, kicked terrifically' with an open chance and missed the goal by an eye-lash. The ball was in mid-field when the half-time whistle blew. SECOND HALF __________ .Now the visitors had the wind to second, the Millers help them and tlicy made good the': three Eskimu pitchers for clevi ._ it... I Moose -Jaw 6 IV., Sir Thomas Upton's challenger for the Americas'Cup, and Sit Thom- as' steam yacht Erin is- waiting to convey her across the'Atlantic. "Shamrock IV. has done all. that could be asked rf is the final word of ,Cilas. E. Nicholson, the de- signer, lie .that .the. trial boat, was, in no way satisfac- tory as tlie type of opponent. which would enable yachtsmen accurately to guage Shamrock IV.'s ehancps of lifting the cup. NATIONAL Philadelphia Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia i, Cincinnati'5 New York 12, Chicago 8 Boston St LOJIS 3 ram AMERICAN Chicago New ork tain SI Louis Philadelphia ram Cleveland 1, Boston 2. Detroit 2, Washington 0. FEDERAL Indianapolis 2, Kansas City 1. Buffalo I.Baltimore3. Buffalo 2, Baltimore 7. St. Louis 0', Chicago 11. rittsburg-IBrooklyn, rain. Kansas 'City' 3, Cleveland 5. 'Milwaukee 9, Ijuliahapolis 1.. Minneapolis-Columbus, ram. .St. Paul Louisville 6." INTERNATIONAL Newark-Jersey1 City, rain. Montreal-Buffalo, rain. Toronto 5, Rochester 6. T Baltimore 7, Providence 6. Peterborp 9, 5. London 3, Brintfprd 1'; Toronto 11, Hamilton 3. .WESTERN CANADA THIRTEEN INNINGS Regina, Jujy, -losing four straight to the Red Mad Hatters stuck to it for thirteen in- nifujs and won the second game to- day by piling up four runs in. the last innings. played like cham- pions throughout the series. First game-- io 3 Rcgina .'..ID 1 Lcimlcy and... Earth Rhode and Netzel. Second French Sportsmen Backing Up Their Idol Strongly-Johnson Likes Smith London, July H.-Gunboat Smith, the American heavyweight, and Georges Carpcntier, champion o! I France, are ready for their battle in this city Thursday and to the great amazement of Americans in town, the is favored by the bet- tors He is being backed lor thous- ands of dollars at 5 to 4. So much moncv is. offered on Carnenticr that it seems certain that he will enter ring even a greater favorite than he is now. About Americans arc here to witness the contest and there will be at least that number of Carpim- tier's countrymen on hand when the j battle starts. Excursions arc bsing run from 1'aris to London and the first of the arrivals put in an appear- ance today. Carpenticr also came to this city from his French training quarters to- day and he was given a royal re- ception. He drove through the streets of London in an open carriage and the streets were lined by cheering men and women. Dick BUrge, who is promoting the bout, is flooded with demands for seats. With the exception of the Jef- i'ries-Jchnson fight at Reno, Nev., the receipts of the Carpentier-Smith bout will break all- records. It was predicted today that the gate money will exceed Yesterday's sale alone was more than which brings the total advance sale to a little over Johnson, who arrived here Satur- other words they are issuing policies at a premium of 35 per cent, to pay the total loss if Shamrock IV. should prove successful. A similar risk in connection with an aeroplane Tj flight across the Atlantic during the j p present year is being covered at 8 o per.ccut. The crew ,ot Shamrock IV. number, ing more than thirty men, is to he during voyage across, half o! the sailors luxuriating on llting tne cup. hoard the Erin as far as the Azores Underwriters at Lloyd's, .are .not ami .then relieving their shipmates ;o optimistic as liir. Nicholson 'con- for the remainder of the day, was a visitor, at Smith's train- ing quarters. After watching him work out Johnson said he would bet even money on Smith, but when he got back 'to town and fovmd the' odds were 5 to 4 in favor of -the Frenchman he decided to wait. The odds will be at least 8 to .5 in favor of Carpp-'tier at the ringside. "If-1--can't-hit- this fellow haril enough to beat him, I shall be the most surprised man in Was HIS HORSES CAPTURED TWOr EVENTS TODAY AND ONE RAN SECOND .....____ Eng., July of Harry Payne Whitney's horses won today's races here- apd a third was JABEZ ..ATTEMPTING -FEAT OF CAPTAIN WEBB AND WM. BURGESS It will help you to ward off sea- or car-sickness. Wi It will prove a welcome relief in the heat of travel to the taste, sweetening and soothing to the mouth and throat. It steadies the stomach and nerves remarkably. is delicious and wholesome of real, springy chicje, with the spicy juice of flavor won't chew out! And five big sticks cost but The BIGGEST money's worth of beneficial enjoyment you can buy, half o! the sailors luxuriating onj Gunboat'smith's .remark on the rub- bing table where he was undergoing a .massage .which, completed the lasl I day ol serious training. "'I will he added with a de- perfect condition. During his training Smith has im- pressed- his observers with his light- ness of foot and his extraordinary and powerful punch. Smith's greatest danger, it is considered here, lies' in his inferior generalship com- pared with Carpentier's. West. Gan, League Games Fixed LOOK HERE Boulogne, France, July 15.-Jabcz MEDICINE' HAT LETHBRIDGE WoliTe, the English amateur long dis- j The Medicine Hat team is coming a tancc swimmer, started en his tenth P'ay ball, andlit will take lot ot rain to keen the i field when the time arrives for the game this evening; at the ball park. placed "'second. His four-year-old Bar-' attempt to swi monicsn' won the principal event, the Channel today. July Handicap, of .over a dis-' at Iour o'clock m me morning ai of tance of six furlongs, and his two Grisne, and reached mid-j" tate tremendous amount ot year old Sandusky. carried off the two j channcl at fm past ten. A moisture'to soak the grounds s. ffci- year old selling plate of over a Voarrier Pigeon sent up by his to prohibit playing, and if, the distance of five furlongs. His panhms brought Hit information her year old Sandman ran second in the that Swafistam welter handicap of strongly, over a distance of one mile, all were bred in the United States. TWENTY-THREE INNINfep OF BASEBALL m.o.mauon ueu, showers are Intermittent the game then swimming surely be pulled off, and it Is even TO swimmers likely that the grounds will be put in the channel I excellent condition by the rain. Do not let threatening weather keep you away from the game. FOOTBALL TOMORROW NIGHT ien swiniuiing The only two swimmers j likely that will have ever crossed were Captain Matthew Webb, in 1875, and William T. Burgess in 1911. i HE DIDN'T DO IT Boulogne, France, July Wdlii'e, Englisl football encounter twenty-third Inning, 2 to i, tills after- I noon. The previous -record in..this.[ association, 'which !H the old Connecti- cut league, was that in a game be- tween Holyoke and New Haven, n few Mod cine Hat Regina 1 10 1 Llnd and Bliss Bottorff and Net- Since the Callles have assumed the years ago, which went eighteen inn- NATIONAL: zel. SOME GOOD PITCHING Moose Jaw, July Kurfesi Kept the Eskimos hitlcss for eight innings and allowed only one man to reach Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Cincinnati P.raoklyn Piblshurg Boston TENNIS STARS HAVE OFF DAY _____ Seabright, N.J., July of the leading players who have hopes of landing on the Davis cup team, suffer- ed from a reversal of form today in tho first round of the matches in the test tournament for the international .513 .bright.Lawn Tennis and Cricket club. .493 i William JI. Johnston, hailed as the .487 successor to McLoughlin, v.'ho arriv- .4711 ed'from California a few da.vs ago, 5 was bowled over by Robert Lo Roy, upper hand In the league race, the watchword among the other clubs is "hsat the not because of any certain animosity "that might ex- ist, but simply because they are lead- ers. The Shamrocks have a line-up of Flayers that is capable of giving the Callies an argument .at their best, and Every Package Tightly Sealed Be SURE it's WRIGLEY'S MADE IN CANADA Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co.; Ltd., 7 Scott TORONTO Chew it after every (Calgary Did the baseball moguls at -the meeting held a! week ago Saturday frame things up. so that the race would look more interesting'i ...They decided not to split the season in spite of the fact that Saskatoon, to all intents and had the championship cinched. They also de- cided that the meeting, where that was decided, should be a secret one, and they wouldn't allow any news- paper representatives fo attend the meeting. Since then Saskatoon hasn't wen a game. It may be a mere coin- cidence, but it looks rather bad, es- pecially to some'people who, awhile ago, saw a suggestion in the form of a wire which was to'the effect that ths Quakers' run a little" wild on the bases until the raci got a little more even. Of course, as no hewsp.aper. repre- sentatives were allowed, at the meet- ing, no one but those in attendance know exactly what went on behind the outside know ii that a decision was reached not to divide the season and that since then_ Saskatoon has failed to win a game, and some ot the contests were lost with ri'dicui lous case. Of course, all we. have is circum- stantial evidence and The AlbertaB can prove that a suggestioniof ideal of that kind came from one of tha chief moguls of the Saskatoon team about three wteks ago. II. that is the kind of baseball President Fleming and otners ara trying to wish upon us, there Is M room, for least not in Cab gary. the closed doors. All thats those on plonahlp. FOR CANADIAN HEAVYWEIGHT Vancouver, B.C., July Mc< Intyre, a local boxing antl Tom Cowler, of London, England, were matched yesterday to fifw teen rounds here on Saturday, July 25, for the Canadian heavyweight cham-' -12 37 .532' 'team men on the courts of the Sea- 41 30 3G 37 38 40 33 37 33 38 33 42 .440 AMERICAN- Philadelphia............... 45 32 Dstroit advantage. Marsh, the Taber goalie, little to do in this half. Brown, the Taher 'outside right, waK much in evidence in this half, lie shot twice in the first five min- utes.which the wind misdirected. lie .secured again a few minutes later on the line half-way up the field, brought 'the ball 'down unmolested and.cen- tered to Annleton, who, free and, un- checked .in front of the goal, look a kick anil shot like a camion fcall over Lush's head for count No: lor Taber.' E-dmonton 0 ,.........43 42 42 Kiiricss and Waffy Kraft.j Crum and Lemleux. j BEAT CALGARY, Saskatoon, .July Qualms. New York 29 .58-1 .5-19 .544 .538 .531 .525 .387 .333 with four hits and-one error in the] Chicago fourth came, up from behind and won Indianapolis from the Bronchus, twlli and Frlnk wore wild. FEDERAL il. Norrls Wi'ilinms, second, uu performed so well with McLouglllin in winning the trophy last year, nar- rowly escaped losing to Walter M. Hall. Another surprise was the defeat of H. H. Hackett, captain of the 1913 team, 'whose weak volleys were smothered by L. 13. Mahan. II. Lindley Murray, the oilier Callfornlan, sot by with a default. Wanderers have piled up a lead of 190 runs against liegina, which should if the Scotchmen don't happen to-be j assist in cet'aining Possession of up to their usual standard tomorrow j Robertson em- fnt- nn (mcptiinp nf uu.i.i ilematic of the cricket championship of the Dominion'..' T. A. De Beving- ton, who is still" batting, has com- piled 30 runs. This .batsman devoted the morning to hitting-UO'less-than six changes of bowlers all over the eld. P. Broadfoot, an overnight not out, with 22 to his credit, and after a fine innings, was'caught in the1 slips ofi the first ball from Goldie. Regina gave a'magnificent exhibi- tion of fielding all the morning and WINNIPEG TEAM WILL RETAIN CRICKET TROPHY Man., July sixl are by no means disheartened ty tin I now have to ffe. Winnipeg, Man wickets still night, watch out for an upsetting o the done, for the Shams arc going; to he there with bt'ils on. Don't miss this match. S. S. LEAGUE St. Andrew's line-up against West- minster tonight: Dunlop; A. Tennant and Ness (cap- A. Millar, Earle and Uei'i: Ourr, 40 Calgary Saskatoon Prink and Jones Northrup I llaltimorc I Buffalo 37 I) 3! Brooklyn...................... 36 31 33 40 35 8 li St. Louis 31 and I Kansas City .14 riUshure 30 .597 I A syndicate, Including T. W. Law- .554. con of Boston, and Hon. Wm. Pusa- .538 icy, will build a largo hotel in St. 514 John, N. n. Chns, Mihvard and Frank Mngulre '.1'jwero drowned while bathing In hole at Ardath, Suek. Ramsay, J. Linnlng. Reserve: Low. Players are requested to be at the churcli at 6.30. nan.! prompt. The game will he Westminster grouhd. COLLIES FOR TOMORROW The following is the line-up for tlie Callie F.C. in'a game tomorrow nisht with the Shamrocks In the City lea- Mclntyre; Bonnenuan. and Easton; Glen, Chiswlek'and Mclivona; Knight, Allen, Stewart, Linning and Bone. Reserves: Crawford, Mollyena and Murphy. Player are requested, to strip at tho "V" at 0 o'clock sharp. The four Winnipeg .Wanderers' wick- ets to fall in the second innfaigs wera those of J. G. Mclntbsh, T. Smith, last night's losses, and P. Broadiooi and W. L. Pryce -this morning's. HEGIKA'S CHANCES Winnipeg, July BeginaVcndnCi es of lifting the John Ross son cup trom tire Winnipeg Wander- ers gradually got more slim today aa the hours advanced, as by 12.45 tlia visitors had .only succeeded in .carry- ing their second innings score-to C9 for five wickets. S. P. Meston, lot Rcgina, is making a brilliant stand, having compiled twenty runs without giving a chance. W. L. Price, for cup-holders, js bowling strong; J Black White" Scotlaii3k Best ;