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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY 17, t920 THE LETH0RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN Mcllvena Loses High Jump in Olympic Trials not empire very favorably with the Plyiepic record time, 10 4-5. The 890 metres saw a great between J. a_marltlmo province ruiner, and K. P. an Ontario eaCry. Mooaey went late the riiht'awny It until the stretch waa reached; naeo made his effort aid ptUtd up.. Thompson cave a treat .exhibition competed at: By Thompson, Crack Hnnlkr, With Wins 100 Metres MONTHBAL, July letea repniehtlns tho cmm o! the grouudg of the Montreal A_ A. A. o'ro to4ay pUce on the that will represent Canada it the Olympic games at Antwerp, open- ed in coo4: wealher sharp n fnd' blew the ilild. C. of Man'itobil Vho Ti'o 0 ..the 100 at- tached to hit number which was 13. He had a fairly eaey. his time in the final, 11! does did -the tn 15 1-5; seconds, which' U oC the Oiymjle record. USe'ere- ates a auk, beatios the: old record by 1 S-S aeeonds. r with record 3. Cable, 'tde'dticui event aid i. Moriarity, Ontario, who. first In the, were very poor. ViV; Hcardr; won the Keep ttje ul AND BUY HER A BAG YOUR GROCER WILL GIVE IT TO YOU. owtvirs ASK YOUR GROCER FOR j ANOGILVIE COOK BOOK TOO. "j-.'% j. i- -1 BEST, JLOUR BATTERY SERVICE I have discontinued my battery and electric service la Lethbrldge and -have removed the plant to Raymond wliWe I conduct a battery and electric service for 1 I have had a wide" and orperlence' and am ;competent to do any work in this line.- fr ''I A GUARANTEE WILL BE-.GlVcNi WtTH AtL BAT- PRICES ARE J. H.WOOLF Chanct a ntat picturt nor halt a fair In the ffltkiBi of nothing U teft'to icientlA-' oily directed, and inspection cut- quality. Pirtridfe Tirw are thtt good Tiret eaii'potii olo vault, was three fee1, off the "Ijaiplc record jButeii 'fcarj Jhompsou, Ihe'SrealjDaitmoutlj !ollege hurdler, but the Maple Leaf Hi Antwerp is Canadian, took the.high Jump with poor'leap offiva feet" 10 This was tho'event Hngh.-McIrYena it tho Vets went cast to conipets in.l A sew Cciidiaa JaW [u throw was made. by A.. Stewart; Ontario, who flung the spear 1.64 feet 1 Inches. V'--: The old record wan US leet 10, te- hee, made by'Cable, of Montreal, last iaturday at ..the Ontarioprovincial (limpid today couli only 'third place, MacDonald ot Ontario A supiuiary of events follows: 100 metres, first rAlex. Ponton. >etarlo, .first; Coaffee. Manitoba, sec- md.- TJraei 11 Second 'heat: J. -Moriarity, ,0n- first; 11 1-5 seconds.. first; Miller. A. r 1-5 800 me I re Phillips, firet; J. Mooney, j maritime second; {Hamilton. Quebec, third.: Time, 57 i-5. :Throwing the J, CabloV Jnebec, first; John Cameron, British Columbia, second j r CarVulhere, Winner's feet 7'in- 'Polo Pieard, U 'maritime second. Winner's vault, 11 fisef.- -iy 'Putting'16-pbund maritime proilnees, second; J. f. Me-' Ponajd, third Helelt 6 feet 10'itt- v ;J first, A second. 23 2-5 seconds. Toulon. Ontario, "Miller; second. Tiisar J-j -seconds- Final heat'-A. I'onjon, Ontario, .'Killer, Maultoba, third. Time, 33J.--5; Lawrence. Jlont- real, Brst! 11. Lepierre, maritime, sec- ond; K. Hamilton. .Montreal, third. Time, 4.08-3-5 seconds. Throwing the Stewart, Ontario, first; .'l.'f. -McDonald, Ou- lario, second; J.' D. Cable, iloatreal, third. Distance, 161 teet, 11 Inches. 400 illller, Oulario, first; Jack Har- ris. Manitoba, third; Tjme 51 4-5 sec- onds. jurop-Earl Thomp- first: W. S. Ant- llnV C. Kelly, On- third., Distance. 22 teet 7 1-2 r iThr6wlnf 10-povuid hammer: -John Columbia. first; Hriiisli Columbia, sec- Frenetic, Quebec, third. Dfs- feet- 5; inches.', .r A pair of glarses, presumably left Because a Camdan, JfJ, man was! A oface will IK a-.vt-drkman.'61'jears ago. were fonder of flshiog .than, taring for] opened at Fort McMurray this summer round .la fc church iteoglo at Rivers, wife granted a] in order to aid in the SC: t divorce. f f-j, I weather" r, V" _ v Running high son, Saskatchewan, A. Miller, Sas1tatc.h'ewa'u; U Carruthcr's, C. Farthing, Que- 15 1-2 seconds." 'Archie Columbia, first; second; W, Distance, 33 feet ja'stres saw Thomaa "itSrandMif.defeatC. J. Ijealh, entry, -whose .The two ran together' tUl lap, Towns uncorked'-a greattiprint. fa me os Next week's fixtures are given.he- low and we would asX all those tak- ing part in.thiese spbrti to cnt out.this list and keep It Tie United boys are now out'at'camp; while, we expect the St. j-Augustln's and Wesley boys back-from'camp so that the two last-named-.'Should, to fulfil all engagements. AH at to ono of [the playing teams should up al lie grounds as they will frequently be able to get in a game by so doiiiK- We'want every to do so to-take part-in .these, games regard- less of their religion, although the teams concerned are'attactcfl to Sun day schools. Attendance at Sunday school Is riot in order to taVe part. All afternoon'grimes are called tor 3 o'clock and evening 'sports for 7. All should endeavor to be on time, .hut allowance will always he made. The same playing grounds will acai IE playedi'-on the CentraV ground. Footbat on the north side takes place 3rd Ave. and 18th St, and on tho south side, north of Flcetwood school. ,N captains, stir teams to lion. i Junior-Baseball Baptists, south (round, 3pm. Angustln's -Wesley south 3 p.m. -'DODD'S KIDNEY P'LLS Her drew 'collar hurt rier "jutt knew" skin attrieback of her neck It was. by_Aunt hid ;ir. Is cooled! the bum and gently healed the cracked akin al- mottottnught., AU "comfy' ii (or Itxect tttea, and foe burnt and olier Kttle tilt; "Tlit LHlli.ffmt fct tilth Itti" vs. Knoi A, >uth .'ground, 3 Thursdays-Wesley .-vs. St." Augus- in's, south grqnnd, 3 YD. Kuoi B, south 3 vs. St. [ary's, south grourid, 7 p.m. TE. United north Intermediate Baseball Monday-rrWesley vs. St. Auguttin's, luth vs: Wes- sy, south 7 p.m. Intermediate-.Football vs. St fary's, south ground, 7 p.m. vs., St. Au ustiifs, 'run. sifii looniy fo lagStV King's Prize CAMP, July r: H. Morgan, of South Africa, is the winner of the King's "prize with a tcore of 281 BISLEY CAStpy Condi lions are rather for Uing s prize final tWs lists, includinrithe yultons, Hther and." son, for of New Zealand, ih'e winner last year, and JIcKayfof Scotland, arn stage ft' t Northoter, of Itell sick yesterdas, is but trill shoot. Queen Mary's prize Dinner is Sor geant Bradbury of th'o rifle brigade. Corporation ot London ivinner fgfEurr of London; SergL j; G. Coles of Begins, was Serst Major Young ot Toronto, llth, Ltetit. I 0 Nix of Winnipeg, ISIh, Capt C R Crowe of Guelph, 25th. Captain F. K.' Martin, '.'61-' Calgary, wins the' Canada Club prize for tha highest team aggregate, Major" North- over, of Winnipeg, being second. The aggregate" ivinner in Lieut. A. E. Martin of the motor trans- port. The "Armourers company aggro gate" wa-3 wou by Major U-tton of To ronto. i The J. H. Stewart aggregate was also won by JIaJor Utton. Canadian Scores B1SLBY CAMP, July Associated tho 500-yard rango of tho final stage of tho King's prize, Capt. C. R.-Crowe of Ouelph, mad.e a score of 217, bringing him into 39th place, Major Northover ot Win nipeg, with 220, was Major Utlon of Toronto, scored'283, Inking place, and Sergl. James Boa of Mon (real, with 220 was 15th." The highest aggn-galo was made bj >Sergt. Morgan ot South 'Africa with "1C At the 600-yard rango of the final stago of iho King's prize, Iho Canad- ian scores were as follows: Major Utton. Toronto, 265; .Major N'orlhover, Winnipeg. 261; Sergt. James Boa, Moritretl, 260; Capt. C. R. Crowe, Ouelpll, 244, places held bV Canadians after the shooting at tho '600-yard range were: Crowe. 27lh; Boa, 40th; North- over 41st and Ulton 4Znd. At tho end ot fho shooting at ths Std yards of tho final-stage for the King's priio. Capt. C. B. Crowo'of Ouelph, was 33th with a score of 172; Major Utton of Tordnto was 43rd wllh score of 179; asrgt James Roa. wfla 4StJi'VHh 4 CJ-XT-A V was 45th'Vllh a score of 175 nd Major N'orthovor of Winnipeg, was 4etb with n, score of 179. The leading score at this range was made by Hooy, the (silver medallist, who scored 187. It is laking n }ong time- to dawn on some women (hat the short skfrt on anV but a flapper, borders on the -ankles can stand its searching Icsi. BUY for Comfort See s Summer Car I time to get cojnfort in a motor car is when yob it. When you choose this Cana- dian-made Overland you own a car that shelters you from sun with its permanent Sedan top, protects yon frogs