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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. JULY 10. THE LKTIIimilX'.B DAILY IIKRALD PAGE THREE LAWN BOWLING NOW THE POPULAR GAME Three New Silver Cups to be Played for BeginnirJ on Gait Garden Greens. BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN Now Vork IfOSllMl Cleveland Washington Detroit....... St. Louis...... NATIONAL Pel. ,578 Hrooidyn....... Boston In Philadelphia...... 1! ftfiO New Vork...... '-'.I -10 Chicago PittHhurg 40 Cine Philadelphia...... !S 58 Clean Sweep for White Sox Chicago Forfeited I'hiladiilphin. .Inly won Chicago. July IS. niirago f< holh KHiiu-s here loday. ii lo 2 and to Brooklyn today by ihc to to 1'. anil Ihen'by made a clean sweep SCOIT of 9 to' 0 because Mainifi of Ihr; sfiiie-s of four panics. In the lier rol'UKCd to leavo the first event the visitors bunched hits off t'mpire Byron ordered him aw; Pot. .liOii .554 .4S7 .410 Tonight Tliat lawn bowling is "catc.hiiin on" In this city is 'avidenceil by the- in- creasing numbers of new players who have taken up this line of sport. Kvc.ry evening sees from lo to.25 players, all eager and enthusiastic, and now lliat the Krcuns have been improved many an interesting game is played. During (he past week four or five men from Caluary and Edmonton, who are mov- ing to this city, have joined In with the Unit (iiirdttn Club. The infreascd membership will mala; it possible to go ahead with Hie new at the Police Barracks and when this is completed the new grounds will add materially to this popular sport. Beginning: Wednesday evening the first panics for ihe City Championship In singles is to he played. The win- ner of this series will be the proud possessor of a fine silver cup, Buchanan Scotch Doubles Another interesting event will he tin: South American Football Game Ends in Fire and Rioting Montevideo. July in which the stadium was burned and the police were compelled 10 "drive the spectators from the grounds broke up today a football game between the Uruguayans and Argentines thai, was to have decided the championship of South America. The season's play be- tween teams representig Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Brazil bad hroiight the final down to the two for- mer teams. Tickets for the game beyond tlie ca- pacity of the Held had been sold and thousands of persons broke through the gules, invaded the seats and crowded onto the field lines. When the game started the Uru- guayans carried the ball down the field and made an attempt for a goal. .The try failed and the spectators thereupon invaded the field, making further play impossible. The police at first were unable to cope with the mob. which set fire to the stadium on three sides, but finally charged the rioters and drove them from tlie grounds. Several persons were injured. two silver cups donated by W. A. chaiian. .M.I'., for competition between tbu members of the Leth bridge Lawn conditions and tin; games play- Howling Clubs. The rules being similar Ui ud in Ontario for tl Doubles. rliuilars as to both cup and Climes can be bad from the sec- retary, W. S. Adams. All paid up mem- bers are eligible for these contests. (Jet your entry in early for the singles. draws for the doubles -hnical isr Tin- when ay. liy Manning and Nahors. while Cicotle'a hatting rally in the sixth Hrooklyn was effective after UK- first, inning. In bad tied the score and tho teams went gamo S'-IUIHK was seriously in-j into the 10th with count 4 to 4. jurcd caused by ii fall against a ce- i Byron then charged Vaughn with de- iiieni wall going after a foul. Al-i laying the game. .Manager Tinker though Mv.-r.s fanned 10 batsmen Chi-i voiced a violent proteHl and refused cago won ihe second gainn by bunch-i to leave the field, the- Hrook- liifr hits in Hie fourth and eighth in-jlyn players were "stealing" the mi- nings, cago signals and that Vaughn's delay Chicago.............. !1 12 2! was merely to gain time; (o inform Philadelphia.......... 2 7 1 Catcher Fischer of ii. Byron was oh- Cicotle and .Schalk; Manning. Xa-! durate, however, and called jmlice- bor.s and Carroll. i man to eject Tinker. While the poiice- man hesitated, Hymn counted the R ;j minutes and finally dei-lareii the game i; :i forfeited. Jimmy Archer. Cub catcher, uid broke a finger in tlie game. Brooklyn ........._... 4 7 3 Chicago.............. -I 8 Marquard, Coombs and Meyers; Mc- 4 to i Seaton, Vaughn and Archer, Second game Chicago....... Philadelphia Scott and Lapp Reif Sox Near Top liosfnn. July IS.- -Timeiy bitting en-j ablcd Boston to defeat St. Louis announced in Saturday's Herald. Thejcals close tc Banker's Challenge Cup that has been New York's the cause of a good many .splendid games, changed hands again last night. Hugh Scott and J. Livie just managing to slip it over President St. Clark and Lucky Scott by -points. JBoi The same rinks meet again Friday night, and with a littlG luck the Scott- Clarke combination think they can carry away the silverware once again. Tlifi victory placed the lo-j Fischer, to the top on account of 1 rlefeal. Steroid was I Wfrl for Cincy knocked out during the third innliiirl Cincinnati, July I lie today when Uuth collided with him hnonked Ragan out of the box BALL GAME 4 in the fourth inning, winning the last_ 1 game of the series here from Boston today fi to 4. Schneider pitched good visitors' runs being Weilmau. Davunport and Severoid, two of tlie. made off Killlfers errors. Boston............. Mitchell Won Again Cincinnati Vork. July .Mitch- Ragan. Hughes ai ell, the veteran left hander who broke :1 Cowdy; Schnie- der and Wlngo. Another baseball organization hove into view this morning when the 78th Depot Battery threw out a defi to the Knox ball squad. A game was immediately arranged to take place tomorrow evening at 6.45 on the Mounted Police bar- racks. The 78th feel quite cocky over their chances, as they have Stewart, the pitching mainstay of the Old Timers, on their lineup, and he will occupy the mound for the new exponents of game. The Knox squad Is well known and will trot but their regulars for the fray.____________ St. Louis Takes Last St. Louis, July Louis bat- ters pounded Perriit and Anderson tlie Iast game ot" here today Cullop's winning streak in the first of the series, came back today with another victory. Detroit winning from New Vork 4 to o. The victory gave Detroit an even break on the six I and Sl- Louis W01 games here. In the second inning series with Cullop, who has been the Yankees' jS to 2. Steele allowed only six bits most successful piu-hcr. pulled a! Ames, who relieved Steele. was found muscle under his ribs and will be out I for one hit. a triple by Hobertaon in [of the game for ion days at least. ninth- resulted in a run i Detroit 4 g 2jw'iei1 a wHd Pitch by Anies sent Ro- New York............ 7 0 bertson home. A triple, a double and Mitchell and single off Anderson ami two errors ralilwRll. Mogridge and Walters, St. Louis three runs in the amatoi- eighth. Managers McGraw and Hng- giiiE were banished from the game for Washington Won SG Points arguing with Umpire Klein. Wasliington. July j New York............ 2 7 1 made it four out of five from Cleve-lst, Louis............. H ilaiid by winning today's game to 2. j Perritt, Anderson and Kariden; Frank Gotch Has Tractured Leg Kenoslia, Wis., July Gotch, champion wrestler of the world is out of the game for an indefinite period, having suffered a fractured leg yesterday during; an exhibition bout. He was wrestling with Bob Mon- ograph, of Chicago, a member of the circus with which Gotch was travel- s', when he caught his left foot in .two matts and as he hurled himself upon .Monograph for the hip hold he n-isted his leg, breaking the bone just above the ankle. With the help of Monograph and Tom Jones. Hard's manager, the injured wrestler wag taken to Kcnosha hospital. McLOUGHLIN WILL TRY FOR SINGLES-TROPHY New Vork. July of the Xatioual Tennis association and fol- lowers of tlie court game in general are watching with-unusual interest the tuning up progress of Maurice E. McLoughlin in the expectation that the famous California racquet star will make a final effort at the coming national championships to win out- right the singles howl, emblematic of the title. The "Comet" already holds two legs upon the trophy and needs nut one more victory to cinch pos- session and add the bowl fo his large collection of prizes won in all parts of the world. iln the tirst inning Moeller got-a scratch hit. to Wauibsganss, stole sec- !ond and scored on two infield outs. [This was the only earned run of the 'game. Speaker's muff of Gallia's fly Steele. Ames and Gtfnzales. Philadelphia-Pittsburg, wet grounds. RICHARDSON LEADS SHOOTERS Philadelphia, July B. Rich- ardson, Delaware state champion, won the IS-yard challenge trophy at. the traps of the Keystone shooting league in a preliminary to the inter- state association's eastern handicap shoot, which began Monday. Richard- son scored 07 breaks in 100 targets. O. L. Heil of Allentown, holder of the trophy, finished second, with breaks. P. Plum, Atlantic City, and K i3artlett, Baltimore, tied for third place with 93 each. Andrew Kins ot Toms River and Lester German of Aberdeen. Md.. were tied for first place In the 100-iarget practice shoot, each having 90 breaks. Sun was third with ,08. Slear of. Collingwood and Muff of Ma- con, Ga., broke 97 each. Washington.......... o fi Gould and O'Xeill; C-allia lieu AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 0; Toledo 1. St. Paul Columbus S. Milwaukee 3; Louisville 4. Kansas City 5; Indianapolis 0. INTERNATIONAL Newark 1; Toronto fi. Providence 1; Montreal It. Richmond 0; Uuffalo 5. Baltimore 4; Rochester 2. NORTHWESTERN Spokane 4; Tacoma 1. Vancouver 4; Tlutte 5. Seattle 6; Great Kails 7. Do you need a little increased vim in your work? Something to give you a fresh start? Something refreshing and lasting? A gentle, soothing, tasty "shock absorber" to come between your teeth when you set your jaws for a big task? Here it is machines the best that men, money and make for your comfort S Seated tight-Kept right can FORTIER COMING BACK iillowed Washington to score iwice in j TO THE SUNNY SOUTH the'second inning. Koili. who made j {0 Xor. both of Cleveland s runs was aided i fan ag one by errors of McBride and Henry. best roumj OHlfieltlera has pastimefl around these parts in years, left last evening: for his borne in Southern Alberta, where he will look after-his homestead, says the Winni- peg Tribune. Fortier is quite satisfied that this is his Jonah season, for there has been a jinx on his trail from tlie beginning. When playing for Fort William early in the season Fortier injured his right band. This kept him out of the game for three weeks. He joined the 'Pegs, and in the first game he received a pitched ball on his wrist, which kept him out of three games. Over at Superior he. collided with Brautigan' and injured his face. Then followed his release. PACIFIC COAST Veruoii 7; San Francisco 7. Oakland 0: Los Angeles 1. Portland 4: Salt Lake 7. NORTHERN Superior 6; Winnipeg 1. Fargo 4; Duluth 2. It is rumored that Magee, ci the New York Yankees, may be trad- Jed for Johnny Evers of the Boston j I Braves. Magee cost tlie Yankees a pile of money, and has shown poor I form, while Evers is said to be "in ;bad" in Boston, and also with the league officials. Catcher Dooin has been released to Rochester by the Giants. I July 24th Will-Be Red Letter and Sports Magrath, Alta., July present The Best Fun in the World CAMPING Y.M.C.A. CAMP "KAMP KOOTENAIE" Sentry, Crow's Nest Pass JULY 31 to AUGUST 12 1916 Entire Expense of Trip Boys Under 17, Seniors, ED. KIPPERT IN BUTTE Ed. Kippert. who played with Leth- bridge professional ball team In 1907 j plans mature, as out-lined by the gem- is with. Butte in the Northwestern j era! committee, Magrath will have, the this year. "Kipp" has been up in the i biggest and best celebration, ever held south of Lethbridge, on its natal day. July 2-1 th. The days 'proceedings com- mence at sunrise, with a gra'nd salute, supervised by Bill James, manager of the Magralh coal mine. At 9 o'clock, an automobile parade will be held, a substantial prize given for the best decorated auto. majors twice but couldn't stick in fast company. He is holding down the centre field GRAND CIRCUIT AT CLEVELAND Cleveland. July the kings and queens ot" the light harness turf up for the winner of the auto and motor cycle races. Some speed records should he established on account of the splendid race track, which will be put in A-l condition immediately. Other features in the sporting line will be a blind boxing match between a modern Mutt and Jeff, a base ball match, and all sorts of novelty races, and races for the children. The sports will bo interspersed with music, eith- er secured from Lethbridge or Canl- ston. The day's amusements will con- clude with a grand ball in the evening. The copious rain, will be a boon to the crops by way of filling out, and farmers state that no more rain will be required after the present one, to mature the crop. Practically all the hay in the vicinity has been cut. and haying operations will be hampered somewhat for a few days on account of the rain. Magrath has so far es- caped all passing bail storms. Gun Club Shoot Tonight The Gun Club hold their regular shoot at the traps this evening. Ow- ing to the great number of shooters and in order to take advantage of: the best light, the first squad will be call- ed at 6.30. Those desiring to shoot at "doubles" will be given an opportunity to do so, and in audition the club will have a hand trap, and by throwing the tar- gets over the fence, shooting at "in- comers" may be indulged in. Bob Kerr had scarcely arrived in Borden camp with the 205th when Chaplain Rev. J. D. Morrow hurled a challenge at him, and as soon as the track is ready the two once great champions will meet. And. both cau run some, yet. trained to the Hour, the grand circuit A 1 to the assembly hall, meeting opened yesterday at North ?t 10 o clock sharp, to listen to the Randall Holiday's feature was the interesting programme that has been Edwards stake for pacers. Ten arranged, Z W. Jacobs barrister or horses contested in the three heats L'ardston, being the orator of the day. .onnn The sporls mil commence at 2 p.m.. of the puiso. at the Fair Grounds. The most not- iciable feature will be the splendid j horse races outlined, over will be j given in prizes, attracting horse i Ed. F. Geers, the veteran grand cir- cuit driver, who was injured by being thrown from his sulky while driving last week, was confined to the hos- pita! today. His condition is improv- ing. MATTY RED MANAGER? New York. July N. Hempstead. of the New York Na- tionals, will go to Cincinnati to close the deal by which the Giants will ob- tain the services of Charlie Herzog, the Red's rnanaeer. Under the terms of the arrangenient.it was said Cin- cinnati will get the services of-Christy Mathewson, who is expected to man- age the team. McKechnie, third base- man, and Rousch, 311 outfielder. SCHAEFER HAS SOFT JOB So far as one can observe, Herman Schaefer is possessed.of about as nice a little'job as any person could wish for. All he does i9 to walk out to third base line occasionally, whisper a few words to The base runners when there are tiny and pause on his way back to jolly (he occupants of the other bench. For this, ft Is claimed. draws a season. That seems nil exaggerated salary, for liio work done, but those who know claim that is the prico. owners, from practically every town in the south, they having signified there the south, they having signified their speeders. A matched race will be held between a dog owned by Mr, Leflis- weil. M.P.P.. Warner and Bert Ken- soy's horse, which premises to create much excitement. Good prizes are hung ANGLER IN KANSAS IS SHOT BY A FISH Courlland, Kan., July This is a true 3tpry of ...how a fish shot a man.; Dick O'Neil, aged 25, is the man. The fish got away. O'Neil went fishing ami took along a small rille. Finding a likely spot, he ened Ins fishing line to a stake, put on some alluring bait and flung it Into the stream. i Then Jie was loading the rifle when a fish seized (be hook began pulling the line rapidly through the reel. The- line caught in the trigger of Ihe gun, or pulled a twig against and it was discharged, acini- a bullet through O'Neil's log. NON-INTOXICATING 'ALBERTA'S PRIDE' BEER FOR SALE The Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co., Ltd. Phone 554 ;