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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta !'tl PAGE six l-HE LETHBR1PQE DAILY WEDNESDAY. JULY 1914 Visitors Pjt Up Battle Worthy of the Steel of Their Vic- torious Foe but Fate was Against Them THE.: SCORE Nosh Lethbndge United 3 Taber 1 I GOAL SUMM'RY NqVth U, 17 minutes, Htlberton. ,korth Uetrbndge U, minutes, J JTennint Lethbndge U. 38 minutes, qurr. Second Half Tiber, 24 minutes, Nalren THE LINEUP NerUi Lethbridg' lop; Frier and Bryce, Whyte and Holberton, Bevtridge, A Ten- nantrJ- Tennant, A Gurr and H Lmnfhg McMahon and Biteman; Foster, J. Carr and P Carr, Brown, AppMton, Cartnell Nalren and Colquhon Referee Willetti. JULY Canadian Team Not Conceded Much Chance Against Antipodian Stars-Something Anent Competition and Competitors for World's Gieat Tennis Trophy by a Man Who Knows IKUETTE RICKKR the score being i Piesitlent V esteiu Teu A n I I" ISOd. iu-tralasia again Oul With the arrival oE the- teams m Chicago the i te .t'on of IIP tennis, world naturally turned to the On n-eatsiB club of Lake Forest, where the Davis cup preliminary between Australasia and Canada will be nlayed on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of Uiis week. It will be tho first time that Nor- man B. Brook'es- and Anthony Wild- ing, generally regarded as tlie world's? greatest tennis players, have been seen in action in the United States. Consequently the C'ent '5 of great moment -to. the tennis" fraternity time -without Brookes and Duulop. Agnin they met Ameri- ca, belting Little in suaidit sets and Holcombe Ward 1.1 i bitterlj fousht five set match. Brookes Opposed U. S. Teani. Once nicro in 1507 Australasia and America clashed in-the Davis cup, time again on the team. On this occasion Brookes beat Wught WiUUifif Karl Behr n e out Ij't to Wright TvhHe Brooke- beat Behr m hollow fashion. Iirthe Eriglisli championship of that iO UOllg Ulit inc _ --tj---- Brookes -and. Wilding can show, and Brookes beat H. that is tie tennis will be asked of it McLoughlin Often Seen Here j Wilding he also took back The big tcur in the tennis woild' tralia the Divis cup are E Brookes, Vnthonj F I In 190S Amerca went Doherty by default and claimed tlie world's champion With to Australia nn ro, Jame> C Parke, and Maume m quest of the Dai is cup Seals .__ E AIcLoughlin The named has been seen often on Chicago courts Bright and Fred B Alexander com posing the team Probabn tile great Therefore the present match will gnu i est tennis ever seen In the world re Chicagoans an opportuaitj to com alted Brookes took fn e sets to beat pare the game ot McLoughhn with Aleiander, right beating Wilding in that of V.ildmg and Brookes four, and Brookes and WWrag beat The Australasians came into! Wright and Alexander m the doubles international prominence for the first after five memorable time in that v same Then on the last came an interesting coincidence, that creat match between Brookes" and Their appearance in Chicago this week will mark theii Iirst ical efforts tovaid accomplishing the icsult set out to re lib The othei Blue Ribbon Event-Canada lost Kolapore Trophy by Toronto Man Hitting Wrong Target Camp, Ung July Lanada lost the Kolapore cup leated Parke and is but a shade under the "Big.Foui Four -en Canadian Team. The Canadian team will, consist of B. F. -Schwengers, R. B. Powell, H. G. and T T Sheinell, the hrst Uo comprising the leal strength of the For >eais Sclraengers and Powell have been regarded as the leading -players of Canada. They have alternateb the Biitish Columbia championship everj since. 1902. Both are eiceptionallj good ers, though not the equals of Brookes and Wilding onh im ponant appearance in this countrv was in 1911, when lie was defeated in the national championship at New- port 'by Karl Behr. In last jears cup matches Schwengers and Ponell as represent atives.of Canada, succeeded in beat- ing both the South African and: Bel- gium teams, but all of the thiee matches played to McLoughlm and Williams of the American team, Powr ell nutting up a credittble flght against MoLcughlin, however. Play Severe Game Both of the Canadians play a severe game and should be capable of mak- eup. Wilding Make.: Start. Again in 1909 -Uaenca challenged the Tauet went up against th- North Leth- hrldcc United last night, however, and -were set down with the score standing 3 to 1 agamsr t-nem But don't let it be supposed that the Tabentes didn't plav a com- mendable brand of football and in style and finish equal to their dis- plav against the Overseas Thei up as well last night, 1 The team that v ear consisted of A sending its two jonng schoolboj W Dunlop, H A Parker, Brookes and McLoughlin and Jlehille H Wilding Wilding was a youth in col bring back the tiophy But thej were lege but Brookes had alreadj begun i not quite good enough in those davs _ __j i__t oil fSi-o tho to round out his game and lost all five ot Jhe matche- also challenged for Daus -cup in 1905, sending its team I In 1910 no Davis cup matches for the first time to England There played, Ibut in that vesr Wilding went the C W right, to England and captured the English Lamed and Holcombe championship for first time de the great Australasians in featmg Beals Wright, the final round In tfig- atst m the finals and Gore in i Wright met and defeated Brookes in i sets m th" challenge round one of the longest and hardest fought I The neit jear saw America matcjes ever plaved m England, the i forth its best team to utter humlha final score standing tion when Lamed Wright and Me 10 m the imencans favcr Loushlia w ent to Australia onh to oe Lamed meat both Wilding and beaten m decisive fashion bv Brookes Brookeb in straight while W right' and Heath beat Wilding in similar fashion. The j However, in 1912 but were up _ opposition and luck was against tlrm The United eleven are not to be L U'guv, i ucub >t in ae t a -t n stronger] ard and Wright lersns palls through the efforts of James C won. in capturing the by the American team, four sets be- ing required. cup from Australia. Parke beat- England Beats America. America lest the challenge round to England, but we shall concern cur- selves merely with the record of. the Australasians. In that same year had carried everything before him, Wilding made a splendid showing in I-winning all of the principal champion- the English championships, defeating ships for three successive years. William J. Clothier in .the fourth j round, while Brookes defeated Risely, Hillyard, Gore and Smith, losing the challenge match to H. L. Doherty. G, In the London cham- pionships of that year, however, Brookes lost, once more to Beals BOXING TOURNAMENT FOR AMATEUR GLOVE WIELDERS There is a movement on foot to pull off an amateur boxing tourn- m-3nt here open 'to boxers of all Southern Alberia; Boxing tourna- ments of this nature are not con- trary to law and the devotees of the manly art in this neck-o'-the- woods will areet the idea with delight, no doubt. There was one staged Here a little more than three years ago and It proved a v-ary successful affair, and it has come to light that, there are not a few glove mixere of excellent ability here at the present time who. would bo only too willing to test their A canvas has been made by the promoters of the proposed tour- ney, which might be pulled off in September, and in the first solicit a dozen entrants were secured, whose names will be published later. They consist of heavies, welters and lightweights. Yet! List's have a little fun. There is no harm in amateur box- Ing: Send .in your entry to the Sporting Edjtor of the H.jrald if you want to get in on this.. discounted in their triumph. ..They earned all their but Taber on the strength of their playing and THthcut luck being a factor in issue, should have equalized or at least maje two goals They were palpably outlucked in this instance Just a minute or two heiore time was Bounced for the conclusion of the iirst'halt Taber crowded the United's goal and a kick irom left sent the ball banging into the goal post and Goalkeeper Dunlop immediately grab- lied on to it, and cleared. Then com- menced a debate as to whether tie went in or not; everyone seem- ed puzzled, and Referee Willetts electn ed to throw-the ball up at the point where it struct, and' the Lethbridge team were successful in getting it out of the danger zone at the expense oi a comer, got Taber nothing. The Uniteds secured all their goals in the first: half, kicking with the Trind; -wbioh-had-more -than a little do uth helping them to the de- Eifea spot The> hid all the best of Tuberites in this half and kept on their enemies' .territory three-quarters of the time. The of affairs took on a considerable change in the second j halt the Tabcrites had a sue-! eessfu! session of it. They had just! the best of the game ip. the; second-half as the Uniteds did in the: first, 'jprobably a little more so, but'; were only once abie to ate the limit of their desire, though! thev C'lten came The Uniteds with their 'three goal! lead, -played a defensive game in the; last half and their blocking was su- j perh. They have a number oi starj performers scattered throughout the team, and when they once get a com- fortable lead and choose to take no chances of losing it, they arc hard to beat. A commendable feature of the ganie '-was the lack of time-killing kicks indulged in ny the team the big lead. There was not an instance where a United player pur- kicked out of bounds, some- thing which the spectator appreci- ates, though It's all in the game. SCORING THE GOALS The first goal was scored after two corner kicks by Linning.; ball was brought down thr, Holtcrton fastened on to the hall the! field by Bryce, uninlercepltd, who kick in and shot a hard one' ing Brookes ill four sets by means ofc with a wonderful base line attack. Wilding Master of England. Meanwhile in England, and for that matter throughout Europe, Wilding Then came the success cf tlia Amer- ican team of last year and the bring- ing- of the Davis bowl to this country, It was this that caused Wilding and Brookes to again join hands on the Australasian team and .challenge for the trophy. In TVildihg% "game Chlcagbans will see what is-probably tlie best rounded out tennis 'ever .produced by any placer Unlike mo-t of the great pla; er- Wilding is itrong in both the back court position and at the net, combining an almost perfect net at' tack with an eqtliflh strong baclt court offense. goes into the net "except for- the kill, theraW differing from his .partner Brooked Brookes Greatest Volleyer. 500 range Canada the last range gained two points CM the Vus- trjhans and would, of course, been sure oi the cup, U onh Sergt Bullock's hull had been legitimate In addition to the first three an nouuced last night, it was announc- ed this morning that Sergl V Mar- tin, Calgan, finished in fourth place in thi- Daih Graphic, and Sergt G Russell, Ottawa, was iixth, each winning sketches and 525 Lt son, Toronto, won sketches ot Cambridge, fired Lown, 30th and U5 In thi> Duke Pte Regt, Guclpli, Ontario, is tied for firoL pHrp uith three others, and will shoot oil first raonei feergt Me Cot, 74th, Sergt Granam 13rd, and Sergt Mart'n, 103rd, each won in this competition SHOOTING ON THC U iNE Bislev Camp, bng 22 n gilt's meeting to discuss the future ol the national rifle association forms a fruitful topic of ersation amongst the marksmen this morning Lord Clieylesuiorc appears to think he influence the war oilice if he is able to present a written declara tion from tbp overseas f omniandants that the) will have none oi the new conditions the army authorities iejk to impose at Bislei It must be remembered though, that the N H A is up agamit a general loss of in terest in rifle shooting in the The beat picture taken of the Fiench champion who won from Gunboat Smith in Londou on Jul> 16 It will be noticed that he fights in a crouching posi tion, this 15 thought to be parti) the reason.yvhy Smith did not know that he'was down before hitting him This foul resulted In Smith's forfeit ing the fight but neither pugilist is satisfied "'and the bout ill hkelv be fought again, for the world's white heavyweight championship. NATIONAL 'lork Chicago St. Louis countrv. Nohc'ly. would have been surprised, for instance, if for the first time on record the entries tor this vear's King's Prize had dropped below four figures. The truth is that; in rnanv home territorial battalions, Cincinnati Philadelphia Brooklyn Pitts-burg 48 47 38 )9 37 35 35 AMERICAN net positicn. n fieult shots and his keenness ot eye to eo to B slej and power of anticipation are.almost rrhe attitude of the general body uncanny. He has a terrinc i ot at last .night's meeting drive when he c; the most part p: net by goi nowadays are Philadelphia of a. nuisance; Detroit marksman re-'! Washington no encouragement; Boston St Louis C hu-ago New York Cleveland .he ciues to use it, but for as towirds resisting tin art prefers for the r am, m the dlrtctlol, o n! I" stftamg tl-e backs of the N R A 51 17 45 40 U 43 33 .29 BASEBALL TONIGHT _ Tile basebnM game at trie ball park between Diamond City and the local -aggregation.'will stall at 045 Admission 25 cents NATIONAL New York C Incilinati 5. Boston 6, Pittsburg 0. Philadelphia 1, Chicago i. Brooklj n 4, St Louis 5 AMERICAN St. Louis t, Cleveland 1, Philadelphia '2 8, Philadelphia :J. bnd game.) Detroit 5, Nfew York 7. Chicago 0, Washington- rtin) (Sec INTERNATIONAL Newark 4, Providence 4. .Uochester Buffalo 4, Hochestei J, Buffalo 0. (Second game.) Toionto 5 Monheal 7 Jerse> Cits 4, Baltimoie 7 AM. ASSOCIATION :St. Paul 5, Columbus 6 Milwaukee 6, Cleveland B: Milwaukee 7, Cleveland 2 (Second, game) i Jlinneapolls 7 Louisville T Kansas City 3, Indianapolis 2 Lon." Branch': yeetenlay, without a run or a hit.' ;Qhly two of Browns got on j bases anil only one ao far aa second Noble, Montreal, ,t Toronto .12 Sertit Rus-l "e no '68UO a Pafls' on'y 12 sell, Ottawa, 331; Coi. 'scrgl. Stod- balls were on him He had fhc dart-, Hamilton, 34 Sergt. Ornhain, strike outa to his credit Toronto. 32. In the. prize lists issued this morning Canada is absent, till Now York Oianti Thin tlie thlfd big loiguc team Arosta deteiiteil Drowns oncie before. Ho bent tho started the game for New York, last- ed until the sixth inning, when Cin- cinnati made five .hits' for theo runs. Froinine, who succeeded Demarce, pitched two Innings and did not allow a hit Mathewson then Into the box, and succeeded in rftirinR the Ciiiclmi.i'1 batsmon In one ordei for the icst of the feaine Benlon pitched falrlv up to Ihe inning when he weakened New York tied score. BLACK JESTER WON tf ST. GEORGE'S STAKES Lhcuiool lulv The Pt George's Stakes, for, three olds oiie mile and three furlongs, was won today by I W s brown colt Biack Tester, uho itartcii odds on favorite at ,6. to.5. I Sir John Thursby's Crcsslngham, 1 Kfislnsl, was second, and L Neumann's. Nihilist, ;0 to 4, ..third. and also the ;