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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBAU) Monday, July 21, The LetlibTioge Hifla association as iiell reprWenled at the Calgarj- mefctlng by Jlr. E. P. Pittard. who put up w_ondjriui DertOJinance all Dates Namsd for Sailing by _ New York Out-Seventy- fire-Foot Likely Kew Yotlc, July li.-A series ot races for tbe America1! cup "will be aaiW in 'eastern waters during Sep- tember, .was formlly 'nn: nouared by-rthe cup committee of the New York Yaiht club, tonight. The Royal liifter Yacht club, pi Belfast for Sir {Thomas lipton, cabled the club committee :loday that the conditions prescribe! by the New York Ywht club had been accepUd on the'way to On-the'receipt pf-tie cablegram the: announced that th tentative dates lor. tie races 1'had betn Saliirday ''ar.d September and .to ..continue on aucceedini Saturdays and iuBtil.tiree.i.'.i i' h'ad beeri-'-woa by i yachts. U was also the races would be sailed.under prattic- LETHBKlDGE MAN MADE AN EXCELLENT SHOWING AT RIFLE SHOOT AT CALGARY M'WHLIHNO c'ijh the'roeeting, azd showed thit Lethbridge Is on the map in the ihoot- In; PitUrd was the win- ner in the following rcikhes: N -Alberta, first" and second stage City of Paytanl, gavy City Wok latrleenth pUice'le the pud tad tightfc to the grttnts, winning pJaw on the Al- befta'team lib repritent at Ottfwv'.-.. r SThls thould be an -.indttcesMat to young "thots to in the jime, ;o repeat Mr. Pittard'i pertorm: CNADIAN CUTTER CLEVELAND OF-TORONTO WON TORONTO SECOND Put-in-Eay, July l9.-The Gar- denia, the crick Canadian cutter qt f. -f WELSH: HAS TOO MUCH EXPERIENCE BRITISH'-LieHTWEjeHT, CHAM AT FAST: CLEVER ;bjr Taking DpuUes SaiurrJay, Enter. Davis Finals GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES Anerkan BFUT and Bos- dJvldid todsy't doable the hc.ine.teaa TrianinB tbe tint riiitors the aecaiid (tme. Score: First came: Botioe" 1 S S 8 1 Leonard, Hall and Carrijpu; Dubac and Wit ice eoottth runs to make it three. rtritibt frost Brooklyn: Score': Pittibarj and '-Siraoris; -Starts and Mille Second came: July. 19.'- Uaited Statis Lawn Tennis, to- day .-won the' right to the English hoMers of Ibe cup byfiddin? a in' the doables match against CaKadi" to" the two win! it had scored. fa singles matches yesterday in; the 'final relic! -oi the. preliminary Harold Hackettrot New Yorkt :Saurioe E.- ilcLoughlla, o! Detroit. Fnter ted Tbomaa; arid-McKee. 5 13 2 9 bake, Wtllet DlVIMi) DOUBLE-HEADER Chkmco, July Mack's left'Chicago with "ail BY- on'tbe aertea by winning the while'the-locale .the The score: Ilril 3-7 4 PIRATK-BEAT SUPEiUBAS iuiy Flutter was hli (a tiro" today, Plttsburg 9V UAH-AM HW t! fWjHllLhOI I World's Sculling Championship Retained by Wonderfui July feers that I William the AuitnJlaa cbal- j would loosen the itrangle-holil I Jrnesl the waterman, I tas on the chip, were diaslpated today, when the I champion' out-roved hla'opponent or- course, winning' u b'e Uked by NEW -TORK BEAT ST. LOTJIB Kew York, July York do- etW fet Louis In the (HIS puns o! the Score: 3 6 6 13 McLean; Marqusr4 and CHICAGO defeated Score: 4 Bottom ;.'v: o 7 :0 and .Needham; Dlxon acd WSaljujr, Raxlden'. :V .INNINGS 'Sicco-Barrj- defeated Arnit on 1 Themes he roved rlnga 1 around tackled him, and Included bright Toronto, boy, DuiEin. Barrr had task! 1 of def eitla jr 'th' c.' h rrby spurt, atriVlns to'the mii- toon the. Surrb Leading toVrerJs tha flriisb, Barry 'eased -up, -.aid 'Von by two le.nglfls Jn 24mtri. _ that, they-are' --fto be'beU underi -York' .Yacht-cluhl' rtbe- exact conditions -at present 1 1 The -question co'iffie is geaerallyj un- -i among members j :.cl6se .lo rr sr. i-it :ar uH .LEADERS'-- WERE NOT COME r by the NJ- cl'sco.'were today's R. _B.; Hourlr uid Lapp; Chan r CWctte aKbalk. Po'welif Canadian captain, and.B. f: .ernoo'n, befora the largest "criVd that Clevelan Vrrk made a >d shortly lour o'cjock eter'atlendel a bdilng; in Bri-' v.'i issl'of lie. fleet .of 'sail boats, tlfh Colurnhla.v_ The .bout _ n and JJ'elfh's'Ti It waE.a'Usi ttsttle itart ri res- star cross him frToodYstead in his match 0 KENOItA St. will hiva tie 1914 This w decided upon.this: morning meeting ot M Hon. PreBlient, j; presi- 0. Shiiarr, denCJ. ii. secretary. N.' 6. Lee, G..C.' >V.: -a First'game: -V.. ;and jaclilltsch; Montreal, Irish promised eoQefb4pk-'afaiut the Nationals .Sat niday and tie Freach "Cia- -V adtans oooe. more over -the JeiWersTof the nine to, fire 'and had not tbVfKa- -KJ-i- njf la'fhe last thefriad a -'safe lot TONIGHT; HELD THE iPROFEtSIONAL TEAM jo f f into'- prpi nipaiiyjthe lacrosse ided i the.-Van'isoiiy-ec tweJt'e UT t match .it" the city result belag lie -11: looked We-litter into': i (_. play.- roufVow: The-vounialers wen e goals o i ;expected owing'I "to ill.'ieeling' betwtea the" two .teima M account mix-ups ia.previous roeeV but.-: "itaod-th Irety.: atoni went> P! r--.- iriV-id .t setae Tie1 youngsters were A.. baseliaU will'play'thVl. city feague same touljnt at the ball ATHLFTFS T -BRANDOS DUL'UTH MAJORITY. OF" OTHER PAUL' REGATTA July'' '20? -.-rrf t1-- ifji'.frsv, .this IT.! i i, their Minltobi Amrttur Athletic BI8 v' Crowd. .Saturdiyt I" A" SHUT-OUT I l.i iis; ir- i rjnc.ible the Athtetica.wp-., _ j SAT'., i Vd 1, i ,n'e 7.' Coast i v 'i 'Mi'.- S.-'Ven- Phljade: St. Lou. i Plank' j sou nfn fnn v. r- ui. -6 7.1; i; Gawaud.! ''Secoud T.J-.'. 'ic'd 13 23 2 Jacklftsch; aad'Semji. Baltimore-.'.. 1 0 .i.Taff Esanj-Kanier, .Brandoi PrdrHerice N'bwark'.V..' M .8 14': i ili'.i Smithj-Slltohell and Kcwh, f I, GAME j Detroit, Mich., ijuly a far- !al' gjme_after a' rain New j York-son today..Score :i' I KeV'York .500 331 Detroit j. 3 J! -.-.lU" Northern il, tt'-li-'f. and Goudy; Smith SUNDAY GAMES _ .ike time for TMMMH Waded fkcn IMI, dmi It would a rix'-iiile race a{ the SAfpRDAY KIOHT'S SHOOT Tte'follow log-scores were made a'. :he'local traps pa" Saturday evenlflg last. Weather "conditions were good. A new'feajure o( the club, inviting aU shooters ttitir eye in train- lag for the .'game season, which op- ens neXt month, was taken si'.-ir.isgo of by a and more are at the next practice saoof. f Broke Shot at 00 75 28." 50 12 of the "first, Brandon The referee Car- and Beri Dow- ney; SinUhurst, H. Aes- en, and E. rocord of seven team is Dublin on in were dtfualcd tbf lub by 44 In thi A. B." Stafford P. J. H. _. E. B. Migratb H, Wiing E: O.-Stlctley, 0: Hartsh'ora B. 31 IS 4t 59 16 ,89 J. U 25 '50 50 25 CRICKET AND TENNIS -AT-. PRiNCE ALBERT .-Prince Albert, July a provlneial league match 'play- here on Saturday afternoon, be- tween representlns the Saska- toon Prince Albert clubs, tha lo- cal eleven defeated the vlsi.tors by 63 iHJ (o 40. A lawn tcntifs tournament was so played here on Saturday, between tha' 'Saskatoon '.and Prince -.Alberl cluba, ,when the vlillbrs won no! than Elsleen out s! the alaetceo nslance can ret a true reflection- of the o of .the Canadian a ceiera] of the feeling fa from fit, after the eijhfWbotir }ou ney from Edinburgh' Dublin, ft Torn Rennle garl 21, Fletcher-! 21 2 Mitchell 23; .14, Cooper 3. Knowles 12, Munroe jj.i' BEGATTA 'At HAVRe ened rc, July 6 brightly, with t French" Premier, M, U Minister of aHewlMee'! Many private nice >V BOEHL1KG IN. FORM Chicago, July'20 ie_ Chicago tiara" gueasiag ashington winnirig _' the. opening ashington -.-'.118 WO -.5.1 hicago'..' OOfrrl Boehlirg and.Henry.j WBite.'Smit.h .v 4 I -nd OoVdy; Dale Second Buffalo' BrtUsh'-lightfrelght tbr B-e I i trf 11 J.r i wo-i 'n the-Mxj HirS PUNK GAMES ,'f July art askatoon divided' Sitprrjay's- double Quakers faking the firs.j "ijo fhe.Blriii li." 1.1 3 to I1 The locals wonf by their '..i'll'r -lne being for extra bases. The was one of the fastest seen hero thfir and 'played Irj one hour, feofj twenty-elghl tnlnutea, Tho ,i ahibltlon for rnaoy, rnooni. With .the tied, 8 to ehthi'-Mortn.clouted for niri and U Jthe neit setijoi a doableT two anverrof.' a, walk; btcwjht. Iri three .'more, putttlg on lee, Eteofcloo winnlntp' GOOD J July Broirki and Hattens broke even to doa- girlhg an eVeaWeak on the series, ft lAe after noon'the ,locah''defeiice, blew Up, erriftn largely for li.-j'.fl.l I'1' i rix The, afternoon. J-w boosting and 'i1-1' -lo grlt fil i-. ..lh games of HI. Tnis niade i lost to the was a good ex ilultloa'u'p fo Reglria's hoodoo Inning NWlhVup wM.: steady i: ie irtti'.fortunate 16 gsttlng jie wa'3 hit hard. Ple.Ti tuj WM 5Br _ was a borlesque .bilt .but; It TTM QuInfV'and Man y'ere' tbe nniplrM v'ei 'ereti (sg. 'fined F'orifer' 6 5 altiniSre Cbtlrejfa'nii Egah'; Let'andiHiggins'; Donavarl and On -w. Vew'.Vork: Philailelphla 'ittsbnrg -e.c .68 Brooklyn-...' toston.... st; Louis lindnnati 44 '.39-.5: .44, 41 .5 -37 43 .4 36 34 sa.'.s'i 33 59. .3 AmericaB w. t: Philadelphia Clrvelirid Washington Chicago .63 53 50 .42' n- f. '.7' ''.5 -.4 "c-ut garni! IS afternoon'. the" evening Dyer went' to and failed ter decision" llrit wiiWed-awiy-'wtA 16, the York M. 6 .International: .......V7. Kewatk Rochealer Buffalo....... Baltimore Providence Montreal'... 60 51 4S ...-144' 41 M ;5f "743" .4; 40 '.SO" .39 51 ;