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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JULY 19, 1915 THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THIIM SHAVE FROM DEFEAT AISANJRANCI5CO Drops First Two Sets to Wra. and Wins Next Three GREAT DISPLAY OFTENNIS San Krandsco, July aicboughliu, champion player ot the world, today won the exposition championship in men's singles on the courts ol the California Lawn Icnms club by defeating William. Jolinslon in one ot life hardest fought matches ever played by the'champion. Sive sets were required to decide the issue, the linal score being G, 8-6, (1-2, '1-5. t With the score two sets against him and live games all in the third set, McLoughlin, by a wonderful dis- play of staying power and driving forces, took the next three sots by literally battering down his oppon- ent. For the first three sets John- ston plaved the best game o! his career and he looked almost like certain winner. Hia speed .was d ON CRUTCHES WINS AUSTRALIAN RACE from Sydney tell of a swimming per- formance achieved by E. Fried- lander at Kilgoorlle, In winning tlie fourth annual swim through Forth over a distance of fivo miles. Friedlander, who was third In the 1913 race. UBGS crutch, es, his legs being useless owlns to some physical weakness. I To win under such circumstanc- es, notwithstanding that he has massive arms anfl shoulders, is an undoubted triumph. Handicapped at 22 minutes, he did the trip In 2 boors 814 minutes, which IB 2SV, minutes better.than the timo ot last year's winner, and he heat the scratch man, W. need (Kal- by half a minute. Films for Alberta Shown at Theatre in Edmonton Edmonton, July films of the Wiliarii-Johnson match ior the heavyweight championship of the world successfully passed the censor for Alberta and will he shown later In this city. A private view was giv- en at the Monarch theatre yesterday career and ue IDOKCU uimuot n en at me Mojiarcn meaice ycsietuiij strength ond rmind of a. scheduled 20 ened and a good brand of ball Bhould nlvlit ffreat tho fanfi tomorrow nixht toil, hen, Itit Dlgbt., is Athletic as BUD ANDERSON 'KNOCKED OUT Absorbs Sleep Producer From Qloya of Sammy Good Tacoma, Wash., July fought, outgeneraled and outboxed, Bud Anderson of Vancouver, Wash., was knocked out in the last round .of a four-round contest by Sammy Good of Tacoma, here, last night. The contest was one of the features of the week's sporting., entertainments given for the benefit'Of the'Taooma baseball team. 'Bill IVeeks, o! had a stiff bout until the .end of the fourth round, when he stowed "Dum- my1 Howard The men fought l________ LOOK HERE Praotloe Match The Sons of England will line llv rft. avua yi. nur nuc ,uf Ohurch the Rogers FC in a practice raatcn tomorrow evening at the Bar racks grounds. Kick-off, at 7 o'ciocu IMUKH K1VUI1UD. fllUK-ull ill. u uluvu. All members of the Sons are asked to be on hand ia> played seven games and lost two, md the Knox eight and lost three. These two teams are. scheduled to hard- Both me -igth ihouid Y.M.CA. CAMP "KAMI- KOOTENAIE" WATERTON LAKES July 26th to Aug. 5th A REASONAM.E VACATION Entire Expense of Trip 915.00. Boyg under 17 BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia 41 Chicago ,4' Brooklyn ._ St. Louis 43 PiUsburg............ 39 New York Boston 3S Cincinnati 32 L. 34 37 57 41 41 39 43 43 Pet, .547 '.538 ,538 .506 .488 .487 .469 .437 .'SATURDAY GAMES Chicago............. 4 Philadelphia- 0 Cliches1 :md Hresnahan Alexander and Killitcr.. New York......... -I St. Louis 5 Schaeur anil Uooin Sai- ler I'crduc and Snyder. St.'-l-ouis.......... (I New York 2 Boak and Snyder Bj.sset and'Doo- lii. 3 Brooklyn 3 McUuillan, Kautlclmer and Mur- jiliy (iiljson, .Sniitli Miller. Scconii Kttsliurg........'.. 3 Brooklyn 7 Called, rain. ComiMlman and Gibson Pfeifcr I and Miller. Cincinnati......... 2 Boston 3 Schneider and Clark Ragan and Gowdy, Second Cincinnati......... 2 Boston 3 Lear, Ames, Benton and Davis, Rudolph and Whaling. AMERICAN Boston Chicago Detroit New York Washington St. Louis Philadelphia Cleveland W. 50 53 50 40 39 32 29 28 L. 29 31 31 40 51 il Pet. .633 .6.U .617 >00 .488 .405 .363 .354 SUNDAY GAMES lioston 6 Chicago 3 and Thomas Faber, Cicotte and Sclialk. Philadelphia 7 Detroit 11 Bressler and Lapp and McAvojr Covaleslti, Boland and Baker. 2 Washington Morton and O'NeiJ. Gallia, Cleveland Morton gcl, Ayres and Henry Second Cleveland 3 Washington 4 Harstad and Bgan Ayres, Engel, Johnson and Ain- emith. St. Louis-New "York, postponed, ram SATURDAY GAMES Washington 3 Cleveland 2 Boebling and Henry Walker, Jones and O'Neill Second game- 10 Cleveland 4 Ayers, Shaw and Ainsmith Hat' Coumbe and Egan. Philadelphia 1 Detroit 3 Bush and Lapp Dauss and Stanr age. Boston 6 .Chicago Foster and Thomas Scott Schalk. Second Bosfon. 0 Chicago Leonard Mays and Carrigan sell and fachalk 4 Rus- New York. 3 St. Louis Warhop and Sweeney Weilman and Agnew FEDERAL Kansas City Chicago St. Louis Pjttsburg Newark Brooklyn Buffalo Baltimore W. 48 47 15 43 42 36 35 30 L. 33 34 33 36 41 47 52 .50 Pet .593 .580 577 541 .506 .434 .462 .375 Newark............. 4 Kansas City ..10 Falkenburg, Kaiserling and Pratt, Cullop and Easterly .Second Newark 2 Kansas Citj 4 Called end of.sixth, rain. Falkenberg, Moran and -Rarideh Johnson and Brown. Buffalo fi Chicago 4 Schultz and Allen McConnell, Brown and Wilson. St. .Louis-Baltimore, postponed, ram. 'SATURDAY GAMES Buffalo 5 Pittbburg Anderson, Lafltlc ,ind Allen Al- len, Henry and Berry', r Second _ Buffalo 2 Pittsbnrg 7 Marshall and Watson Barger and Bcrrj 3 Kansas City 8 Kaiserling and Rariden Packard and Bfd'wh. BrookHn 6 Chicago 7 ,Marion, Finneranand Simon Pren- dergast, Hendrix and Wilson. Second Brooklyn 5 Chicago 4 Walker, and Land Hendrix and .Fischer. BJ.timore......... 4 St. Louis 7 Quinn, Suggs and Owens and Jack- litsch Crandall and Chapman. LANGFORD EASY WINNER Denver, July, ford, Boston negro heavy weight, knocked oiit.Tack Thompson, a local negro boxer, in the tint 30 aeeondi of their scheduled IS-round'bbut, here, hut night. A ihprt right punch io the face MBt tmnijxon down for the All Walled in by .ess AROUND the production of Sterling Gum we provide a wall of cleanliness. The factory itself is sunny spotless through and through model of its with daylight from morn- ing till night. Throughout the manufacture of Sterl- ing no hand can touch it. Each morning the men and girls in the. Sterling factoiy slip on clean white gloves _ freshly laun- dered. And they wear fresh-washed uni- forms and caps. It is pleasant to keep this in mind as you hunt the 7th point of Sterling excellence. with flaror purity GfflT a daylight factory 3__Crumble-proof by hands The Sterling Gum Company of Canada, Limited point I put the championship and Mmto cup beyond doubt. CINCH MANN CUP Vancouver, B. C., July By a score of 5 to 0 the New Westminster Pacific coast lacrosse association club defeated the Vancouver Athlatic club here jesternay and practically cinched the "Mann cup for that city The Vancouver cup holders wevc out- all the distance. 0 SHOES ran KVBMV SPOUT MBCIIKATION NO STOPPING JACK NESS San Francisco, Cal Julj 17 Ness landed on the ball for a site bit in the fourth inning of the game to- day Between Oakland and Salt Lake, again setting a new world's record by liitting safely In 45 consecutive games. JOHNSON STILL A FUGITIVE London, Jtiiy Johnson, negro fighter, has been refused a re newal of iris An.sricsn passport b> the here nn ihn ground that he is a fngithe from Juttice, It WM learned here today Other embassies on the continent aleo received Initruetioni from Washington not to Ullie papers to the former heavyweight champion Johnion Ii now la Pirii, mini a Freitck x 1 CHICAGO GOLFERS WINNERS Sawyer Makes 74 and 77 Over Dlffi. cult Cleveland Course Cleveland, Ohio, July again nroved its class m the curtain- riser today to the annua'l western amateur golf championship, the Olympic cup tourney, by finishing ahead of the mostly to'the fine plajing of Ned Sawyer of the Wheaton Golf club: Sawyer played the difficult May; field course in the morning in 74 and; again in the afternoon in 77 His game enabled the Chicago dis- trict team to finish Jonr points-ahead of the strong Canformans Chicago's score was California's. 055; The S1000 cup be retained by the Chicago district another year. Third, in the list .was :the; western PennsyUania team although It play ed tie last 18 holes with a cripple, J. B. Crookston having' turned his ankle, on the wet grounds NEW MILE RECORD FOR MILE RUN SET Cambridge, Mass, Juh fastest recorded mile ever run .by man was an athletic feat of Norman S Taber, forniem of Brown Univer- sity, in tlie Hanard stadium today His time was four minutes 12 3 seconds. Taber was paced by three fast middle-distance runners The first quarter was made in 58 seconds, the second in 67 seconds, the third in 68 secondi, and the fourth in 5935 seconds. Ihe Mjstic Shrine Convention for 1916 will be held m Builaio Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR XGUN8, HE VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED Bicycle Repairers Our'Prices In Bicycle Repair! Goodi Cannot INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AOGNT D. E. MacDonaU Phone 1092 5th Eddie Murphy Follewi Collins cago White Sox. t Philadelphia, Pa Tuly 17 disposal ot Eddio Murphy to the Chi- cago White Sox today, only eight of the 16 members of the Philadelphia who participated the EDDIE MURPHY world's series games with: the Boston Nationals last year .now .remain 'vith' the local American AlonK with Murphy on the White Sox team is Eddie Collins, Shortstop Barrj and Pitcher Pennock are with the Boston Americans Pitcher Sham with the New York Bender, Baltimore-Federals; PIamk> St Louis "Home Run" Ba- ker Is playing in the Delaware County (Pennsylvania) CORNWALL DEFEATS Montreal, Que. July defeated Nationals, 7 to 5, In the Na- tional lAcroue Union hert, yetterda) 111 the tint and Rewind periods, the game vu clou, but In the third IncrWMd IMIr lead Tkey kept atieid thMMtUr. ROVIDEAU MAT MOHH' Albany, N.Y., Jalr Belt- deau of Mobr ot DroeMjn by a ten-round boxing kmt diy Mohr dnu ;