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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta f PACBSIX THB LETHBRIDGB DA1LT HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 18, Lethbridge Ball Team Nearly Shut Out Pitched Great Game Hits hy fcedtcine Hat Jjethbridgc Runs by Medicine Hat ,010 110 .041 010 .060 000 .050 000 Jrom the rural precincts came tha and bad to hog s hollow they 11 go for the .routes were on deck, with the stuff that hek, is all to tie toed, don't-cher know b the hook. THE BIG FOUR OF THE SHAMROCK' IV. A more games al bail like the j gjr Thomas Lipton, owner; Sir. Nicholson, designer, Captain 'a j Burton, skipper, and Duncan Hill, who will sail the challenger for picked team from tie Medicine Hat Qie Ajuerica Clip across the Atlantic. -citv league locked nccns with the _________ 1 -Winrtge aggregation of Spalding .rtists, and the satisiaction of the Jans rill be comntete Lethbridge corralled the leather medals by- soak- mg it to the visitors 0 to 1. During the entire melee there -were onh three innings when tun path was trod to tile home plat? successfully. In the seconu innings me local run- ners seated crer the plate and .put SHAMROCK IV. IS CROSSING OCEAN NATIONAL Boston 1, Cincinnati 0. New York 'S, Plttsburg 1. 21 inn- l.. Brooklyn 2, Chicago 3- Louis S. AMERICAN St. Louis-New York: Rain. Chicago-Philadelphia: Raiu. Detroit 2, Boston S. Cleveland 3, Washington 1. FEDERAL Indianapolis S, St. Louis 2. Chicago' 2, Kansas City 3. (14 inn- ings.) Brooklyn 4, Pittsburg 6. Baltimore. 4, Buffalo 3. AM. ASSOCIATION St. Paul 4, Cleveland-2. St. Paul 3, Cleveland S. game.) V Milwaukee i, Columbus 2. Kansas City 4, Louisville 5. Minneapolis 4, Indianapolis 2. Portsmouth, Sir Thomas' yacht Enn which mil rook. IV., Sir Thomas Lipton's chal- i act as convoy and will in case of under i necessity, tow the Shamrock rv sail-' the provermal lucbv seventh, the in- irager -ror tte American nings of eternal hope for all under- j of the steam 'yacht Erin, dogs at all times under all circum-iM this- Faimouth, the the ambitious suburb of Dunmore, which is" -sdme- ivhenci; she for 'tie United The Shamrock IV. has been rigged times called Tltd'cme Hat, where the ___ trains stop to quench a thirst, sue-1 a. Ketch for the voyage across the ceeded m galloping a runner into the i wju carry only half of scoring department, the lone tally for racjng crew of thirty men. Chas. tta usttors o! their many merry Nicholson, the designer, andWil-' efforts. Ham "P. 'Burton, who is to he Oorrill was on the slab for the loc- als and pitched like a house a-fire. He had smoke a plrfitv and shoots galore. His strike-out .record for nine innings, was onlr fifteen that's poor, line Fat's bum coffee. Hartley opposed Gorrill and .pitched a nilghtv good game of and il support had been up to snuff behind and in Trent of him, the score -would have been 2 or 3 to 1 .instead of 6 .to i. He had eight strike-outs. Stidcnbecher. started the fun in tho Bscond innings, the innings that prov- ed so-disastrous to the Hatters, and Wray put the finishing touch fto the proceedings. Seidy rapped, out a nice single, but he got around to third throUjh weak defense. Green fol- oat Peppery Par- Bons-next up swiped a choice one oh for two bags and Seidy -walked across the plate. Munroe scratched his way to the initial sla- lion, tnen. Carley came up and whif- fed the wind. Gorrill stepped up to :acjng skipper, during the voyage, will ie on board the yacht-. The' remainder ot the crew are on GREAT SEND-OFF The challenger, painted pea green, with'her stumpy rig, temporary high rails for the protection of her crew and lifeboats on her decks presented by no means the smart appearance she displayed while racing She look- ed shipshape however The yacht passed through the lines of the fleet tying here and -was given a hearty-send off by the warships, ex- cursion steamers and yachts IN SPITE OF HARD TIMES Claresholm, Alta., July the fact that crops are hardly so good as they should be, and that money is 'still tight, the Claresholm peopSe are not going to" foiioW the eiample ot it-u u.t Uuti... -r. llacleod, but intend to pull off their -ths plat- and collected four balls, fill-lfair 25 advertised. The association in ing the bases It was up to the war- j Clare-holm sustained a great loss this to decide the issue right j spring by the destruction of two large there and then with two down three on. Swat! You couldn't the .bases for dust. Wray was an- chored at second when the smoke had cleared away, and three runners hart trotted in. Wray stole third and and exhibition biiildlngs on their ground but the lack of this accomodation is intended to.be made up for by tents. The agricultural list is on the us- ual liberal scale, a special item being competitions by boys arid youths in came in on a passed ball a bitching and driving teams, later: Evans went out on strikes and _ retired the side. Green got on on a fielders! choice in the eighth, and circled the bases The first day, July 23, will be tak- en up 'with light horse Judging and Judging of home industries, grains and through a bunch of foozling. Heighten made the Hatters' lon tallv in the ssventh whea he singled Irtl and was scratched around Dowed in "st- that innings was hit by a batted going to third and became a de- ceased individual. The visitors lost a chance in the fiith innings when Hart-lev failed to touch second when he'was hitfaround by Smeaton. Hart- ley'was called out. The pitching of Gorrill and the bat> grasses, while on July 24 the heav- BOWLING COMPETITION Beginning today and iastins nearly .ill nest week a spirited contest in pairs or Scotch doubles will be bowl- ed on the Gait Gardens greens. The competition will be for two pairs of ivory mounted lawn bowls, "which kindly donated to the club by Mrs. J. B. Murray, 1104' Sixth avenue South; --Aside from the honor of gin- ning the bowls, the lucky players will have in their possession, the first pairs of bowls ever used in Bruce county. A drawing for the contest left the following players paired for tie preliminary round: B. IT. Eylands and I. Mcllveney vs. L P. Stewart'and "Sydney Jackson. Rev. A. G. Cameron and Dr. G. T. Marrs vs. Stanley Kirkhamand J. OH- er. Rev. Canon McMiilen and J. T. Petts vs. J. W. Owens and R. Hous- ton. J. INTERNATIONAL Jersey City 8, Providence 3. Baltimore 0, Newark 1. Buffalo 6, Toronto 2. Rochester 4, Montreal 0. WESTERN CANADA BRILLIANT GAME Medicine- Hat, July to hit with men on defeated the Mad Hatters, giving the Eskimos a well earned and brilliantly played game by two to one. Ijrimiey's pitching -was better than Hewitt except in the Gixlh W'hea he momentarily weakened and the damage was done. Edmonton .........................2 60 Medicine Hat 1 6 Hewitt and Lenrie'ux Leimiey and, Earth. GET THIS Regina, July shut-outs each by a score of 12 to 0, was what Regina did to the -Bronchos .yester- day. The Red Sox played hig league "stuG all through, while the visitors were corner lottefs.y Reynolds was the Bronks' one redeeming- feature, his' batting and 'gelding being fine. Calgary 0; 8 2 Regina 14 0 Gage and Jones.; Ryan and Netzel. 6 Regina 12 13 0 Hyn4s and Jones Rhode and Har- ris. SASKATOON-L'OSE AGAIN Moose Jaw, Millers took another Fall out of the league leaders due chiefly to errors and wild ness of Big Six Northrup. Saskatoon Moose Jaw Northrup and and Welly. Developing Lethbridge Sprinting Talent An interesting talk on how to get oneielf Into good condition and how to prepare for the 100 (print, given by Physical Director Thompson at the Y.M.C.A. gymnasium Tlmrs- day night, when a number of the track and field enthusiasts met for their Initial turn-out Tho physical director went on to say that good physical condition is something -every pereon, whether an athlete or not, should seek By physical condition it meant the building up of a state of bodily strength In which every organ Is healthy and subject to the contiol nnd direction of the mind and will. Advice was given In diet, sleep, bathing, etc., and a Jew simple calistheiiio exorcises waa demonstrated, the peiformance of which would greatly Improve the physical condition. He also men- tioned that it required a peculiar combination of strength; agility and nervous energy to make one a successful'.sprinter. In learn- ing to run ono acquires the faculty of thinking quickly and handling himself easily. By the aid of the blackboard and demonstration was shown the correct method of the start in the 100 yards dash. The importance of a good start cannot he overestimated, and for that reason flip crouching start is used, this being proved the most successful. As the object of a good start is to get oft file mark and into the natural stride without waste of strength or time, the athlete must make a scientific study of the three points of She 'dash: the start, getting Into the stride, and the finish. This re- quires intelligent, determined and conscientlouii training. Tho next practice of the track men wilt be at Henderson Park -track at 8 o'clock night. .The physical .director will be 'there to coach the men on the starts, and tie committee. Messrs. MoBlyea, Dunfworth and Campbell will bo pleased to meet any interested in this line of sport. Physical Director Thompson is working assiduously to pro- mote the various branches of Y.M.C.A.'. athletic '.work that have been neglected here. May success attend Jiis- efforts. COAST WOULD ABOLISH DRAFT Resolutions Addressed to National and American Leagues San Francisco, Cal., July uttons addressed: to the National and American leagues, asking discontinu- ance of. the practice of exercising the draft on players at the Pacific Coast league, were authorized today by the directors of the Coast organization. Allan. T. Baum, president, and Frank W. fceavitt, president of the Oakland club, were appointed a committee to draw up the1 resolutions and- imme- diate action, will be asked of the ma- jor leagues. Too many good' players, the Coast league directors believe, have been developed in the organization, only to.-be lost to ft when they show pro- mise and attract the attention of the National