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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE.TH BRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK THRU BASEBALL NATIONAL 1'ct. .551 .537 .530 .508 .187 .4711 .423 1 W. Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago HI. Louis............ I'iUshurg Now ork Hoslon 40 Cincinnati 33 Chluigo....... .0 Philadelphia Called end ot fifth: Rntn. Adams and. Alexander and KlWfcr. Cincinnati..... 2 Boston Dale and Clark; Davis and Gowdy. St. Louis-New Yovk: Postponed rain. iPlttslnfrg rain. Brooklyn: Postponed, AMERICAN W. L. Boston Detroit Chicago Kcw York Washington St. Louis Philadelphia Cleveland 53 52 53 42 40 33 30 20 Pet .1140 .lilt .50i .488 .398 .301 .358 SPORTS COMING BACK iN THE OLD COUNTRY London, July In in" British Isles Is gradually BotllnS hack to its normal condlllon. Ihe football assoclatlon'u decision to o.'f next season's soccer lea- gun sanies, beginning in Scotland on August 14, and In Kiiglan'! on September 1, has brought Increas- ed confidence to every sportsman in the country that in the near future every brand: of sport will bo in lull swliis. Cricket is now lining player! everywhere, espe- cially in the north of England. Yorkshire, Lancashire and Sur- rey are arranging a few matches In August and September. It Is csnfldcxily that borso racing will hu resumed throughout the country by the end of this inomli, us the rrailt vs a Jam'iy-slgncrl ]ietition which was presented to tlie government. Uolf is in full swiiiE. 4 St. Louis Ruth and Thomas; James ami Ag- new. 4 Detroit Lapp; Boland Philadelphia... Shehan 'and Stanage. No other games scheduled. FEDERAL sv Kansas City and Chicago St. Louis Pittslmrg Newark Brooklyn Buflalo Baltimore Pet. .585 .570 4S 48 16 43 43 30 37 32 St. Louis 0 Groom, Herbert Ottawa, July ai.-Seorotary Meck- ums of the City Association Football League, stated last night that the local clubs would probably be, unani- mously in favoi of the scheme sug- gested' by Toronto people, tne holding of the Cpnnaught cup games in connection with tlie Canadian Na- tional Exhibition at Toronto in Sep- tember. Secretary Robertson of no DFA is said to be fathering the; scheme. It would mean the gathering of all the teams in Toronto during fair week, with two or three match- es each afternoon and the final on the last day of the fair. Thus the elevens from the east and west-Winnipeg, j Toronto, Ottawa. Montreal anil many other be there. It would undoubtedly result in a great soccer, tournament, i Though the.focal rounds were ad-! vertlscd and announced as Cormaught run trimes they were in Batches for' trophy, the; '.M llankprsi Challenge Cup chang ,ast when th last b c iu., .ib.n h dm K. bcoU and J Baltimore...... Bailey and Owens and Chapman. Brooklyn...... 4 Chicago 0 Bluciac'itet and Simon; Hendrix and Fischer. Second game: Brooklyn......9 Chicago...... 8 Walker, Wiltse and H. Smith; McConnuli, FreadergaBt and Wilson. No other games scheduled, INTERNATIONAL Rochester..... 9 Montreal 1 Richmond..... 0 Buffalo-Toronto: Harrlsburg Postponed, AM. ASSOCIATION '4 Minneapolis.. (Twelve innings.) Columbus..... 0 St. Paul Second game; Columbus..... 2 St. Paul...... Indianapolis... 11 Kansas City.. Louisville.....' 6 Milwaukee NORTHWESTERN 2 Spokane Seattle........ 6 Victoria Aberdeen....... 4 Tacoma K IS SIILL HITTING II Los Angeles, Cttl., July Jack Ness of the Oakland, Cal., club hit In his 49th consecu- tive ipdiy. His single to left in the game with Vernon brought in a run. Ness established a now world's record for hitting In consecutive games since .Mfly 1 when he pasted the previous record of forty consecutive games, made-by Ty Cobb. for the Ontario Cup at Toronto xt Wednesday and the winners will into the Connaught linal should e usual course be followed. NOT THIS BASEBALL PAPER Chicago, 111., July Baseball orld, published In Chicago, has no nnectlon with the Weekly World ot "ilkesbarre, publication oi ilch was suspended last week be- uae of police activity against the sebaK lottery the Wllkesbarre paper ndjicted. Announcing the suspen- 011 of the Wilkesbarre publication, was erroneously referred to as the Baseball World." 'ILL players, and the poor condit'ic Ui fi iiiici'cstiiiii -i's former cup matche: tlie best oi the season, whe the K......rn club will do their lies, wilti to take the cup back to its form quarters. Tlie rinks and the scores oi In night's competition were as follow A. Smith Dr. Gibson J. S. Hamly K. P. Stewart Dr. JIarrs II T. Hadlington S. Kirkham. 11. Scott MADE IN CANADA RERMUDA Jflr SOU SALISBURY COLLARS WILLIAMS.'GREENE ROME CO, BERLIN. ONTARIO J Cook W. WtUctts G. Jones .1. Lcvi H. Scott J. Reid W. S. Adams 14 J. Mcllvcna NOT POSTPONE SAN FRANCISCO RACES San Francisco, Cal., July nincement was made here yesterday Secretary James C. -Nalon of tbe oldc- Thnrnnzhhred Breeders' ssoclatipn that' the 30-day running ace meeting would open here at the anama-Pacific exposition track on Ufiust 21, as first announced. IERMAN DERBY TO PONTRESIHA Turf Classic at Hamburg Despite the War Hamburg, July IS, via London, July "Deuteches the big- jest spotting event of the vear in Germany, was won today by Haniel s Pnntrnslna, with Jockey Pluerchke up. CANADIAN HENLEY TO BE HELD AS USUAL While the Canadian crews will be really weakened, it looks as if the fficials ot the Canadian Association Amateur Oarsmen wMI carry .out heir original plans for the holding of leir yearly regatta on the Port Dal- ouiie canal. The European war has ailed the pick of the blade wielders the front, tut there are many who lllce to compete in the annual meet and rather than call it off the Associntion'wilrgo ahead. The en- ry of American crews is a big tea- ure of tlii? regatta, but this year it s doubtful i! they will compete. The ittawa, Montreal and Toronto crews -ill hardly be to enter the eigbt- ared event, tov lack of material, and he programme will be confined more o the junior events. 11 The prize for the winner was marks. The race was run on a muddy track, which put the favorites out of com- mission at the start. Archibald, an American jockey, riding So'.eM, fin- ished a bad eleventh, although heavily backed to win. la spite of the war and its handi- caps, the Derby had more in any year since 1902; All previous speculation about the out- come was thrown into the discard when the rlay opened with a heavy rain, which continued almost until the liorses were sent to the post. .The victory for.Haniel's stable was enhanced by the capture of second p-lace by his Languard, ridden, by Jockey Janek. The Braves were under a tougher andieap this season than last, for season the esteemed experts were noslly picking them to win. Willie Ritchie will take a long rest, iccorrling to latest reports Iroin Jalifonna. What else has Willie been Baking since he lost the title twelve nonths ago 1 Jim Coftey, in one oi his recent ights showed that, although he is as courageous as they come, his jaw cannot stand the ravages of a good swift punch. In view oi this weakness he would sidestep Willard, the indivi- dual with the mule-like punch. Here's a tip to hall players If an injured linger bothers you, better vour playing by cutting it olt. That s tho advice surgeons have handed Out- lielder Guy oi the Provi- dence Inte'rnatirinal League club. An injury to a digit tint him out of the and the surgeons told him that he would be better off with the linger amputated. He's going to try it. Many records will he fractured when the athletics of tlie country ga- ther at San Francisco for the inter- national championships next month While the nations at war will not be represented, the cream of the U.S. A. will be on the job and it will occasion no surprise if new marks are established in the majority of the events. Freddie Welsh has gone to Califor- nia for a two months' rest. It's a sure tough'1 life these modern pugi- lists lead. They dance once a month and have to help their managers count the money. Very fatiguing. Something should be done to allevi- ate -their sufferings. And all that Welsh wants for another waltz with Ritchie is S25.0IK1. The moderation of this son of Terpsichore is astounding. Team, of Brothers A compete baseball club, composed entirely of brothers, is the boast of la. The team, known as the THIS GREAT SALE OF has been SUCH A WONDER- FUL SUCCESS That we have decided to run one more week. SUITS FOR They assert that Guy Morton Fritz Coumbe are such hard BACK TO AMERICAN RUGBY San Francisco, Cal., J.uly seven years of rugby.the student ex- ecutive committee of the University of Nevada has decided to replace the English game at the school with the American. The move has the hearty approval of the. faculty, and already a tentative schedule of games has been arranged. LEARN TO SWIM The bathing season in Lethbridge has just real earnest, and a pointer or two in the art of swimming for the benefit, of learners may be iiraiily now. To wit: While it IE .comparatively tasy to children the Srst rudiments ot iwimming, it is an entirely dilteret matter when it comes to a lull- grown' person. learn much mickcr than twin because they Then, too, they have more courage and-are more apt to follow the teacher's instructions. On the tne o other hand, men have greater chest capacity and can be kept at it longer a time. A man between 25 and 3o years of agt who is not used to ercise has a- small chest hardest member, of the human family teach to swim the next hardest being" tlie roan who cairnot un- der anv circumstances, although he may be oi good wind and Ners acrfiTc. Adults desiring to learn to swim should pair oR and criticms each other's cfforti, it being impossible to .realize how one is doing it from one s observation This arrangement i enables a rest between trials, stand in the water, up to the waist, facing the side, a little more than a body's lemrth away. The pupil should stand on a solid object and fall for- ward, pulling the chin in while going through the air, anTl shove! the body out before fall. While preparing for this fall hold the arms in iront, par- ul.lel to the surface of the "water. Swing them once, as in.the standing broad jump, and 'while in the air throw them to the front. Before falling inhale and hum tlio '-breath After striking the water the body should slide until it comes to the surface of its own accord. It requires nerve to try and for tlie first time some may have to stand on a support a 'lew inches below the surface. The "in- structor" can stretch put the arms first try. This i-J 1 may also lie taken while standing in the Water. 'The deeper the water the less of a smack to the face and the 'less momentum to the drift. When: the face water a beginner usually Sorlein club, consists of nine brothers, ranging in age from 17 to 30 years. Six of the nine are Graduates of 'Luther College, and the other boys are in attendance at that institution. In a recent game between the Sorlein and Luther College teams jllege won, but only after an 11- nnings struggle. Pitching Their Arms Off Ever hear of a pitcher using too much of stuff and too frequently? That's what two Indian twirlers are doing, according to the Red'Soic play- ers. workers that they p.ut everything thej have on every "bal'i they serve to a hatter. As a consequence, they say thai Coumbe tires before the ninth inn and they predict -Morton will do the same, soon, though they say hik fine physique now helps him out. New One on Basestealing Clarence Rowland's- demands tha his White Sox run wild on the bases has met with a'very natural query: "How are we going to get awa) with is the question, which was garnished with S.O.S. agitation. replied the recruit mana ger "Learn how to run the paths.' And then came his recipe. It's very simple and worthy on consideration. "It's all in the says he. That's old stuff. But read on: to Values Broken Lines of Men's Suits, sizes 35 to 44 In Finest Qualities of this Season's Latest Styles HAND TAILORED You'll linrt Stripes, Over Checks, Scotch Mixtures in Gray, 'Brown, Olive and Green shades, and lotf? of Blue Serges. Big Reductions in all Furnishings THE ROYAL STORE Southard Block CONTINUED FROM FBONT PAGE WARNER Dry Wet Oake Louise Blairmore Joleman Bui-mis passburg Luudbreck HHlcrest Bellevue Frank Dry Wet Maj Mai as "Get away with the motion, of the But don't watch his hands, shoulders for .a con- tinues Clarence. "Watch his feet. pitcher. face .or Cmitt5..... Wrentham Two Fifteen Warner Milk River Kipponville Allerston yjeky Strike foremost..... ?yrrell's Lake Dayton Hotze Three Eleven four Eleven nues _ The pitcher must have his feet in. tne direction in which he is going to throw the ball, aha by watching the hjirler's feet, any base runner should set away with tbe majority ot iis thefts, because he is stealing on the Ditcller, not the catcher." It's interesting doctrine, at least. Majority, dry, so CARDSTON TRIGGER AND TRAP The local gun cub will not hold their weekly shoot this vecV. The shoots have been called niatches1 will he shot oil some time August. under the .....j holds his nmbles a rest neiwcm nose and Hows it violently. This 'with the additional advantage of hav- Corcrs tho water into the eustaclnan mg the contemplated movement Iresh tubes and it they are and luE IHC uuui'i-ii'p'iiv-.. r in one's. a knowledge ot what the other is attempting to do. The land drill or the arm move- ncnt and swelled ears may result. Practice until it becomes an easy matter to glide or drift 10 or 15 feet rill or the arm move- matter to glide or arm ui or 10 the breathing exercise after coining to the surface. To-come i._._, Up quickly bend the hands' upward and 'throw the' head 'and shoulders f.ack slightly. During the drill learn to open'the eyes and watch the bot- tom-go slowly bv. A useful diversion mcnii aim 'uuv should he practiced. Swim the crawl stroke in the ,nr to warm up before going into the water The various stunts aic to lie learn- tlinc, ami then comhin- ed one -it'a time, anil then comiiin- lorn-go siowiy m. US.BIIII to form the. completed strike, fs to blow hubbies while, the too one who is to pUj teacher i still under :c is 13 21 32 17 lit 17 1.5 10 31 14 4 13 -i 12 34 5 Dry Wet 12 173 3 110 S6 1G1 106 Majority, wet, so far LITTLE BOW 446 Dry Wet Drv Wet Mai Mai Champion Bowville Little Bow Cannangay Vulcan Blackle Barr Hill Lomond Albion Lake Noble Kocky Coulee ,Ridg Uagrath Oardston Spring Coulee Aetna Kimhall Woolford Mount. View Hill Spring Glenwood Owendale Raley Raymond Bound. Creek Wet Ma] Mai 198 18 89 62 22 65 65 74 11 16 79 134 10 3f. 45 14 58 52 71 Maiority, dry, so far MEDICINE HAT 517 Barons B. Spring Burwash Prairieville Bow Valley Washington Marsden Plain field Long Coulee 3herwood Kircaldy Thigh Hill Greenaway Holiing Plains Sunny Plains Keid Hill Loma Hearnleigh Majority, dry, so fa Walsh Bowell...... Pashlcy..... Winnifred Whitla Mod. Hat City Jpsephburg Seveti Persons MeiniscRm Avalon Irvine Dry Wet Dry Wet Maj Mai 37 19 ,-71 41 944 73 75 I 14 38 5 S17 .31. 1 39 11 ir 46 Acme Penhold Crosslield Parkland Ft. Saskatchewan Lamont. Stettler Millet Morinville Tofield Grouard Wetaskiwin Fort MoMurray Consort Bassano Hen Bern Staveley Coronation Nanton Carlsladi ILloidmihStcr St. Albert Vegreville Alix Edspn. Slirra Aldersyde liawlf Brant Camrose Bntwistle Bidsbury Okotoits Daysland How Some Alberta Towns Have Voted Following is the vote in some the well known Alberta; towns 13 50 85 100 201 87 13 171 101 296 21 74 bS 4o9 153 95 124. 131. 08 40 81 63 101 97 32 38 367 16S 13 13 31 37 92 41 It 17 126 90 103 .175 lii 31 129 iiir 47 57 40 23 51 85 78 82 S 52 U 107 44 50 89 27 177 70 81 58 121 53 40 U 106 h5 11 45 16 '33 23 38- f4 360 288: 76 107 The entire plant of a Pennsylvania asphalt block manufacturing concern is mounted on freight cars so that it can be taken wherever there is wort for it to do. tar "51 267 Brooks Suflicld ncdclifi Empress Leduc p 67 1-t 100 IIS 111 57' 31 117 100 70 p 10 ;