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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTi-mnmr.E DAILY IIFJUID PAGE THREE Rixey, Mayer, Adams and Killifer; Preudergast, Seaton and Archer. Ragon In Form Pittsburg, July pitching >y Ragon enabled Boston to shut out Pittsburg here today 3 to 0. Harmon was hit at opportune times. Boston.............. 390 Pittsburg............ 1 Ragon and Gowcly; Harmon, Adams, Cooper and Wilson. Blew Up in Fifth St. Louis, July holding St. Louis to two hits in four innings, Appieton weakened in the fifth and St. Louis gathered four runs Brooklyn St. Louis............ c 1 Appieton, Coombs and McCarty; Williams and Gonzalcs. ing today, the game being called on account of darkness. The visitors would have tallied in the loth Inning had not Koob failed to touch third base when be came from second on a Irive to left by Miller. Koob's omis lion was detected and he was tagged ly McNally after Mays had been last game of the series with Brooklyn. tnocked down at the plate. Mays was lot seriously hurt but he retired from he contest. St. Louis............. 0 10 j Boston............... 0 14 Koob and Hartley, Severoid; Mays Leonard and Agr-.ew. Won in Last Round Washington, July beat Cleveland 4 to 3 today, scoring the winning run in the ninth inning with two out. It was a free hitting contest- Cleveland 3 13 't: Washington.......... 4 12 Beebe, Gould and Daly; Ayres, Gal Ha and Henry. Two Twelve Inning Games New York, July Y'ork an Detroit played a sensational double header here today, each team winnin a 12-inning game, Detroit taking th first 0 to 2, and the Yanks winning th second 4 to 3. In the first contes Cullop lost his first game of the sea INTERNATIONAL Newark............. 2 Montreal iionu utu.............. Wilkinson and Egan; Fullerton and Madden. Providence..........-- 0 2 0 Toronto............. Billiard and Blackburn; Manning Kelly. Richmond............. Rochester s Rhoades and Reynolds; Hersone son after winning nine straight, second game also was a pitchers' ba tie two young pitchers, Russell an Cunningham, participating. New Yor won in the 12th on Magee's double I High's sacrifice and Peckinpaugh' 1 [single. 0 I First Value Detroit New York.......... Mitchell and Baker; Walters. Chicago at Philadelphia, rain. ore of the monsters. One theory "is that sharks which ormerly fed on refuse -thrown over- slow, oard from the many ocean steam- lips that plied before the war be- now have become ravenous. Even k 10se not ordinarily classed as Hale. Baltimore......... Buffalo............ Sherman and McAvoy; Haley. Second Baltimore........... Buffalo 59 0 .483 Tyson and 16 s Tipple and Winston; Gaw and On- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION B 7 2 7 'aters'of the Atlantic coast, warm at his season and attack human beings. Bottle Sharks in Creek Three of the huge fishes wore seen oday in Matawan creek and now are lelieved to be bottled up there. Nets lave been stretched under a bridge bout a mile and a half from the nouth of the inlet to prevent egress nto Riiritan hay. A British sloop arriving from Bor- nuda was reported tonight to have lied a score of sharks during the oyage, one of theni off the New Jer- ;ey coast. Dr George B. Reynolds of Matawan who attended Stanley Fisher, -who was so seriously mangled in a battle with a shark yesterday that he died a few ours later, performed an autopsy on Fisher's body today. He declared he found that the flesh torn by the man- eater's teeth was impregnated with a peculiar poisonous llnuid which seem- ed'to have a.deadening effect on the nerves..and .muscles. 'Little Hope to Recover Body iittle entertained for the re- covery of the body of 12-year-old Les- ter Stillwell, the other victim of the Matawan creek tragedy. It is believed that he was. devoured by the shark. Records of the, bureau show that until this year: there have been no sharks in the.waters whore, during the last few iveeks, they have claimed several .victims. Louisville 6 10 1 272 Cullop and Hoosier Boxer Outpointed In All I But the First and Sixth Rounds Baltimore, July Dillon of Indianapolis and Battling Levinikj of New York, light heavyweight. Pratt. fought a ID-round no-decision bout at Minneapolis..........U oriole park here today. Tlie New Indianapolis.......... a i outpointed the Hoosier is: ail Burk and Owens; Aldrldge and' ut alld sixtn rounds, in Schang. I which Dillon had a shade the tetter of it, and the fourth, which.was even. The men fought somewhat cautious- Louisville 2 b J, The men rollght somewhat cautious- Douglas and. Glenn; Perdue, Boehlev j- during tile first three rounds. There and Williams. I was some rollgh work in the fourth Kansas City 3 7. i session, when Dillon forced the fight- Toledo 7 10 'MinB- and tried for a knockout. Levin- Ka Toledo" 7 1" Sanders and Hargrave; Bailey Sweeney. PACIFIC COAST Portland 4 8 Oakl md 2 10 Nojes Kellj and Fisher Prou and Bradlev NORTHWESTERN cattle 8 17 1 Butte W 3 1 Eastley and Cadman; Hendrix and' Hoffman Great nils BODY: OF SHARK'S VICTIM-IS FOUND Now York, July almost low tide today the body of 12-year-old Lester Stillwell was found in Matawan creek about 200 feet from the spot where he disappeared while bathing, utter being attacked by a shark. The 30dy had been bittou nearly in. two above the waistline. BREAKS 100 STRAIGHT Oasper, Wyo., July R. A. King, an amateur of Delta, Col., today won the state championship trapshooting tournament with a perfect .score of 100 targets In the professional division Rush Razee of Curtis, Neb., was high a score of 99. vortl Tacoma ipokane Neehlhaf and md Murray. ARROW COLLARS-NOTE THE NEW PRICE 15c. EACH JforJDcH. Inc. II. MM, }ul. ernon os Angeles i ing and tried for a knockout. Levirt- 1 him with his own game, how- I ever, and both men lilt and missed in 1 equal proportion. Dillon kept trying for a knockout 0 in the fifth and sixth rounds but Le- jhmsky's speedy left made him miss I many blows. The furious onslaught in the sev- jienth, which was decidedly to Levin- sky's advantage; seenied to give the I'ce and the 9X2 s immunise, ma, ng Horatman J New "nflden Francisco nd Vann. Conch and Brooks 9 P.erej punishment in the remaining rounds. 21 The crowd was small. were 14 women spectators. MULFORD MAKES RECORD Covers Course at Omaha During the Elimination Trials at 111.9 Miles an Hour Omaha, Neb., July Mul- ford, in the elimination drive for the real nils 12 IB 1 blg Qmaha auto derby Saturday, broke H-viliam ind Cheek Toner and Ha i speedway record by turn- nrili 1 nte n nt the rate of 111.9 .10 17 Bartholomy; Noble Ule wurui a >r H.J T ing off a journey at the rate of 111.9 miles an hour today on the Omaha speed-way. ,Dario Resta previously held the record, which he established a month ago. In Chicago. NORTHERN fargo-Moorehead 1 3 -1 iVInnipeg >f 4; 9 il Dell and Smith; Gervais and Ber- jer. v HAWAIIAN TO DESERT AMATEURS Lure of Gold Tempts Neptune's Son Duke Kahanamoku The lure of gold Is about to rob the amateur ranks of another one of its greatest stars. This is due to the met that Ii. R. of the leading professional managers of sport celebrities, who handles Willie Hqppe, Hie billiard king has signed puke P. Kahanamoku, .the famous Hawaiian swimmer. Kahanamoku, the great- est speed swimmer the world-ever has known, has completed In his last race as an amateur. When tlie ilnko won 'the 50-yard national A. A. U. championship in the .Illinois A. C. tank at Chicago recently it was his farewell to the cup lovers, although at.that timo'he had no idea ot desert- Ing the ranks. Mr. Benjamin took tto'pno to -Hawaii on a dual billiard- playing and rest-seeking trip of four Kahanamoku arrived there, after his trip (hroiigh this Iho day Benjamin departed. Don't just wish you had the newest in Regimental. and College Shields to decorate your room; start :now to save the coupons of AbAMS' TUTTIFRUTTI GUM and make sure of getting them. A delightful selec- tion of the most beauti- .ful Shields of Western Regiments and Colleges. Tuttl FrutH now in the new, convenient package, the o'uter .wrapper" of which is a valuable coupon. The back of eachuivea a complelelist of the ahieldsandhowtoobtainthem. Your dealer fcaa Tutli Frmti In iny of live ORIGINATORS 4 cylinder en bloc motor bore x stroke 104-inch wheelbase 4-inch tires Cantilever rear springs Streamline body Electric starter Electric Lights Magnetic speedometer Complete equipment Roadster KEEP WEDNESDAY OPEN FOR BIG TIME AT "RIVERVIEW" f. o. fa. Toronto The new series Model 75 B has more power, more style, more room, more, comfort and is more complete than any other car for the price in the world. J Think of a car at this price having a motor that will develop fifty miles an hour! Think of a car at this price that gets twetfty to twenty-five miles on a gallon of gas! Can you beat it? There is not another car on the market under that can equal its performance. Order yoyrs today. D. S. WILLIAMSON 320 9th St. S. Lethbridge, Aha. Phone 1546 Willys-Overland, Limited Head Offices and Works, West Toronto, Ont. At "Riverview" on the grounds of 3r C'' P P Conybeare, a. unique garden fete >vill be" held: next .afternoon; arid, evening, under :he auspices of the I.: 0. D. B. A feature of the occasion will be an open American tennis tournament for which a number of good prizes will. lie hung1 up. The tournament will be" in', charge of Messrs. AlcAr- hur arid Raworth who will, be pleased o-receive entries for the o.ent im mediately and uu to Tuesday evening Sverybody is invited to take part in the tournament. An entrance of 25c will be charged. 'Hie contests will be worth watching. "Rij-erview" will be an attractive place 'Wednesday evening Don't miss..a good. time. cOriie. V HENDRICKS TO SUCCEED HERZOG Visit of. Hoosier.Manager Grvet Polor to the Report f 'j July. 14 Hendricks, of the Indianapolis 5team! of the American association is in this citv on a mysterious mission. ducks, it is said, is being considered'' as i likely candidate to IlerfOg as leader of Should Herzog be placed on the market as he probably uill, Presideirt aharlfs H TSbbets of the 'Brooklyn club will be a bidder for his services." Herzog has expressed a favorable'Of inion at the prospect of playing in. Brooklyn, and should he be obtained for the Superbas he should plug up the gap at shortstop, where. Q'Mara and Olson have this year been doing poor work. ANMER-The Imported thoroughbreo siro donated to tie govern ment by King George V for the improvement ot the breeding of horses In this country. He Is located at Oakville, Ont, WHEN YOU'RE SITTING BE CIDER DRINK Fowler's Grape Side Her R. L. Fowler Co. Limited. MANUFACTURERS Cilgnry Siikttoon Regmi ;