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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIlinCE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREB BASEBALL UNITED STATES WILL BE WELL REPRESENTED AT ST. KITTS REGATTA Dhicago..... Vaughn, ,'i New York "Adams and Bresnahan Klroucl, Tcurcau and Doom, Meyers. Second _ _ Tcsreau, Scliau- cr and Meyers and Dooin. Cincinnati......... 1 Brooklyn 2 Toncy and Wingo Coombs and Miller. St. Louis.......... :i Philadelphia C Meadows, Bailee and onydci DC roarec, I'crdue and Hums. Pillsburg-Boslon, no same, ram. AMERICAN Chicago.. Boston Detroit New York Washington St. Lo.uis Philadelphia Cleveland Boston.. W. 51 47 4S 40 3t; "9 4C -IS Cleveland Gordon Wood and Thomas O'Neill. Second Boston............... 7 Cleveland Collins and Carrigatl Coumbc Jones, llagermnn ant! O'Neill. Kcw York......... Caidwell, Cole Shawcr, Boland ai Detroit 12 SAfELKlNFIEU) DE LLOYD THOMPSON'S AERO- PLANE BROKE GIVING EX- HIBITION AT SPOKANE Spokane, Wash.. July While flvii- upside down at a heiellt of 2.-.00 feet the intorstate fairgrounds yes- terday afternoon before 7500 persons, the aero rod of Aviator De Lloyd Thompson's aeroplane snapued. and in an instant the fragile, lateral steer- ing plane, which was dependent upon the rod for support, crumpled and the machine started earthward at enormous speed. With instinctive skill Thompson strained at his levers and righted the machine, and rait it j on a fairly even keel, landing at a point about a mile and a hair east of Ihe fairgrounds. Keeps Engine -Going Never for an instanl in -his descent, lliilll he was within 50 feet of the earth did Thompson shut off power, and it was the steady pull of his 85 tractor engine and propeller Hint aid- ed him in keeping an even keel. The machine landed between the O.-W. H. N. and Northern Pacific tracks, in rocky field, and it was sheer luck FOOTBALL MATCH SPORT EVENT AT CAN PICNIC FEATURE ANGLI. Among the sporting events carried out at I In- Anu'ikan Sunday schools picnic at .Brocket yesterday, none ex- cited so much interest as the football en Hie Indians of 11 nnd the Junior Boys' tour Oarsmen to liavt _ Hates comjtoUturs at tlu Kegattu at tH. Callnirin'i'i; this tea- i but son are liciny rewarded success.! He For inuny years Cauadiu liave boon competing Stales national rcsallas in sinslcs, I Uie "soccer" game, and are mon doubles, fours and eights, but very erally known in l.ethbrnlnu e sc. g nadian oarsmen i Bible class of .St. Cyprians chnrc.i. at the United I Tho latter are no mean exponents ol few American crews, other than oc- casional scullers, have tiivorcil Ilia SI. Kill's regatta with their presence. Till! Detroit Boat dub and llio lluffalo llcgalla club have been represented from llmo to llniu, but the C.A.A.O. Hovers, under which sen the ne "they have use Teas of uncertain quality and value, when delicious Tea can be had on demand. Black, Green or Mixed. FSEE Bamplo Packet an Enquiry. Sealed Packets Only. against a team from the .Mission captained by a" mti executive felt lhal Ihe American en- iries have nol been .as numerous represenlative as they might Imvu been. Special efforts v.'crc made, p lllerefore, to secure more oarsmen from spiltli of the international boun- able to hold the St. Cyprians team a draw, 1-1. D.u'iuth, Detroit and St. Paul Not satisfied with their showing. played many n in "i Yesterday afternoon limy lined up, Peisan iMllans I ill Thcy saj. whcn Jess ,V t-.V.ir M'.s an opponent, tho ''alter tumbles .M.P., the oiny j like a collnpsible wagon. Is it any side, and much to Ml oribt ol Mier "white" fans assembled, am. the (ltvlslon cle.icbt of Jhe j tavci MO (o wjth Jack Johnson is i eights, which will be Springfield about the time route to ot the Ca- the limelight He appeared" on n TABERITES DEFEATED AT ANQ. LICAN PICNIC AT BROCK- HIT HOME RUN of fairly good c'iass was JOHN McGRAW lie knows his team is "throi as clnimpionship contenders and is going to make some drastic changes. and Sweeney i Stanage. that kept Philadil '1 Chicago 6 Faber and Schalk. .Washington....... 2 Si. I.ouis 1 Uallia, Avers and Henry Louder- mill; and Severoid. FEDERAL St. Louis Chicago.. Kansas City fPIttsburg Newark.. Brooklyn Buffalo 'Balllmore 44 44 45 41 40 34 30 4f, 48 4S P.C. .587 .579 .577 .513 .425 .407 .385 Brooklyn............ 9 Baltimore 7 Walker, Smith, Wiltsc. and Laml "Johnson, Quinn and Jacklitsch. Second Brooklyn............ 4 5 Seaton and Simons; Uradloy, Suggs and Owens. Kansas City...... 4 Pittsburg 8 Main Easterly Ktoetier and Barry. It from hitting boulders the Sundav school boys challenged I ngajn in London, i-it; mt i: utiBcuaii u, the Indians to a second game, after vaudeville slage and an-l.played at Brockel yesterday on tho nadian'N'a'lionarVeg'aUa will also be but this time the "natives" i that he was forever through occasion of the Anglican Sunday "skd lo do, off al SI. Kills. The I their superiority in an even tho ,ame Critics say spools' picnic to lhal place. _ Teams Anmdcls of Baltimore have also j more marked manner than before lias a of Baltimore have also ms-jmore markeu inamiei mau. ne m.s, a cussed the possibility of attending the I nnu amid a scene of great enthusiasm i wrestler, and PAAO gathering. on the part of ilie "red skins, the Walk. The executive of the Canadian gov-1 boys from the Mission scnool ran out ernine body will meet in tills city easy winners by the score of J goals The executive of erning body will fshortly, when Hie matter of turnin; i'over Ihe receipts of the regatta to the ran out ito 1 Ihe prediction of their white tutors, "that the 111- Htd Cross will be discussed. jdians could play the same." _______________ Little excuse can be offered for the Fischer Groome 1 Bufialo Chicago............. McConnell and and Hartley. Newark.............. Palkenberg, -Brandon atirt Rariden 'Anderson and Blair. Second Newark............. B Su Mbran Rariden 'Alien. which would have smashed it to H remained for Barney Oldtield, with whom Thompson was giving a Joint exhibition, to discover that any- thing was the matter. He shouted to his mechanics to go lo Hie place for whhjh the machine was headed. When they arrived at the machine fully "000 people, most ot" whom had come in automobiles, were packed about the aeroplane. AE Cool as Ice Thompson was standing in front of his machine. Ho was cool, Bud the fenly tiling iliat seemed to bother him was thai the show would have to he postponed a day. The only evid- ence ol serves was the snappy way ill which he' asked people lo keep back from his machine. "Pretly lucky, said one of the mechanicians to Thompson. "Of course, I'm lucky, or I would nol be here replied Ihe avia- tor. "The rod snapped without warn- he continued. "The machine had been examined as usual before I started my flight, and everything was in perfect order, apparently. It is the first time I ever heard ol a sleer- ing plane breaking in midair. Many times fellow aviators have FOR WHITE July Chicago contender for tin1 Littl performance of St. Cyprian's hoys. liEhtweight title, and Milhiirn Savior of Indianapolis boxed rounds to a draw last night. Man of those who saw the battle gave it as their opinion thai Saylor had the but it may be said in extenuation of Ihe triumph of the Indians that the iiueh heavier, and the nol exactly such as could be commended for league fool- onns" I '.alter were twelve ground was Nevertheless, tho Indians good knowledge of the game, Ibeir speed was away ahead of rounds. OAKLAND FIRST SACKER HITS SAFELY IN THE 41st CON- SECUTIVE GAME INTERNATIONAL 2 Jersey City Rochester.......... 2 Harrisburg Bufialo............... 5 Richmond Buffalo...............13 Richmond Toronto............. 0 Providence AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland.......... 3 Kansas City Indianipolis-St. .Paul, rain. Louisville..........10 Minneapolis Columbus-Milwaukee, rain. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver......... 5 Victoria....... Seattle.............. 9 Aberdeen TMOml-Srotane, postponed, Li irty Bell celebration. told- their planes obstructions, and thai In altempting to land or rise they have caught fences or other broken lliem, but as far as I Ihis is the first time it ever happen- ed up in the clouds. "When I started o.ul lliere was a big black cloud to the east, and I started to reach it, thinking 1 would give Ihe people a llltlo extra thrill hy .disappearing in it then div- ing out. 11 was too far tin, ana 1 gave uo the idea. It was the worst accident I ever had, and I don't care o experience it again." DREW NOW A WAITER Angeles, Cal., July Drew, the -colored sprinting cham- jilon, has become a dining car wait- er, it was announced today, so that he will be able to compete in Ihe far western and the national open track and meets at San Franciico on .Iu1y 31 and August 7. Drew went to for a railroad before the close of the 'last semester at the University of _So.uthem California, and was transferred to the dining ear service, headquarters in San Francisco, to give him time to train on the ex- .posilion field. B Shoes Sport and Recreation TWO Bosl 1th prohibition at present. If the population of'ail the States which voted against prohibition was added to these figures, it would show that there are four people against prohibition for every one who favors it. Had we, in better be guided in this man's opinidttbrSyfe ;