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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, JULY 24, BASEBALL THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 01 PAGE THRCT NATIONAL w. Philadelphia d5 Brooklyn _. 'Chicago St. Louis ._ Boston New York 1 Cincinnati 13 '12 ss 35 1-ct. .556 .5811 .512 .489 .4S2 1481 .438 New York Mathewson, awl Doom. ux ig; Ti-scrcau and nzo 1 aulLrHmnP 1'yler anil Whaling. rt 1 outs BVxikUd sny Mill Miller. Cincinnati Tonoy, Ueiilou a ers ami Kill-ifer. Boston and Utefluliur, Brooklyn ML APpl d Clark Ch AMERICAN Boston _ Chicago Detroit Washington Xew "V otk .w fit. Louis _. _ Philadelphia Cleveland W. 55 38 SO 30 Pot. .056 .629 .024 .494 .438 .388 .357 .357 MAKES APPEAL AMATEUR ATHLETES WHO HAVE NO TIES TO -HOLD THEM BACK ASKED TO EN- LIST Winnipeg, July 24.-The following appeal has been issued by Thomas Koyd, president oi the Amateur Ath- letic Union of Canada "Kitchener says he needs more men and we all realize that when he says it he means it. "This is the reason 1 am appealing, lo all those who have no ties to hold j them back, and especially the unmar- ried members of the many athletic 01-1 iranizatious throughout Canada to join at once the various corps now being recruited. "The elimination oi games at HE WOULD MAKE AN IDEAL LEADER this juncture, would, I fuel, men engaged an opportunity to reai- Sctbe gravity of the situation and qualities at kind and country. "The athletes of Canada have done nouly In filling the rank's of previous contingents, honor to them. and to put their fighting the disposal oi their CHKISTIE MATHEWSON Celebrated baseball pitcher o! New York who is talked about as the pilot of a Federal league club, slated for an invasion of Gotham jnext year, larity in Boston 8 St. Louis f Collins and Cairi- _________ and Ruel, Beve'roid, Agnow. New York 3 Chicago 3 Warhop "and Sweeney Clootie and peal reaches show your patriotism by once, and you bit. 8 Cleveland messte and Lapp Mitchell O'Neill. Washington...... 1 Gallia. Ayres and Henry Icski and Stanage, FEDERAL w. u. ______BO 37 Chicago Kansas City Pittsburg ._----- St. Louis _..___ Newark Brooklyn _. Buffalo ._ Baltimoro 32 36 38 38 43 i8 51 53 and Pet. .571 .542 .541 .BOO .461 .440 .316 nngens, a "Those of you to whom this eal reaches sh enlisting at on FINE SCORE BY WOMAN SHOT Mn. Topperwein Breaks 119 In Poa- nlblc 120 at Tacoma Tacoma, Wash., July Mrs. Adolph Topperwein of San-Antomo, Texas, ended ahoot of the breaking 110 blue rocks o.ut of a p sible 120 in the regular event. In her shooting tor the three days she tied for first place lor high average with three -professionals. Mrs. lop- T5 Mathewson's immense popu- makes the 'alleg- y n e choice of the Federal magnates New York, July attacks on the genuineness of .loss VMllanl- Jack .Johnson light lor the world 3 heavyweight championship have been made, but the worst jolt appears in the latest issue of John Hull which has just reached this country from Hni'laml. Horatio Bottomley, rditot of the paper, stands bv any disclos- ure his periodical makes, lie charg- ed that .Johnson declared that fight was a fake and iliat -lohniion now is forced to admit it because he has not received a guarantee that wns promised him for laying down, to Willard. Here's .John Bull's story We are not aware of the date upon which Johnson reached Kngkiml atler tlic light, bUt he could not have been here long before he was busy [ormu- lating claims lor having agreed to 'lay "down1 to Willard. admis- sions are contained in certain cables sent to New York early in June. "The first cable was dispatched from London on June 8, and this is i how it reads 'Yon signed contract to pay me to lav down to Willard, j which I did. You never kept your pro- I misc. I did. Now you must pay ac- I cording to contract. Litigate all you like. I will put my case before any court, and press in the world. (Signed) 'Jack Johnson.' BAKER TO SEMI-PRO LEAGUE Philadelphia Third Backer to North Carolina Team TAEER STARTS FOR COAST Record-Breaker Will Go After Half-Mile Mark Boston, July Accompatt ied by rrr.nnnor, his trainer, e y a start will be made for San Francisco by Norman S. Taber of the Boston Athletic association, who orld's record of 4 Asheville, N.C., July Frank- in Baker, former third baseman of the Philadelphia American league team, has been signed by the Mor- ganton club in the semi professional Western North Carolina league, ac- cording to a message received hero .onight from Morganton. The message said Baker would re- ceive a day for the remainder of the season. iopl'crwem "i .jn..-----------. new worm s ri-.uviu ui i mded the sixteenth annual J2 3_- sccondll for the mile run. Ta- tie Pacific Indians today by ber desires to fully acelimatiz- 118 blue rocks o.ut of a poa- ,h Pamima Exposition games DCI QBBUCa LU I ed for the Panama Exposition games next month. Friends of Tiiber said today that the champion would make an etfort w ree -p. perwoin broke 388 targets out of a possible 400, tying her with Les H. Reid of Seattle. Frank C. Biehl of Ta- coma and P. J. Holohan. of Portland. Leadership among; the amateurs for the 400 regular targets went to Frank M Troeh of Vancouver, Wash., w th a .core of 386. AV. A. Mils and Ah- ner Blair, both representatives of the Portland Gun olub, were tied for sec- nd place among amateurs, five points Newnrk_______ 1 PittshurE 8 behind thsjeaders. Kaisorllng, Main and Randea; and Berry. Baltimore......... 1 Chicago 4 and Jacklitsch Prendergast nnd Clemens. Brooklyn........... 6 St. Louis 4 Marion and Simon Crandall and Hartley. THE FEDS IN SESSION Chicago, July ot FederaUe'ague held a special meet ing here today at which the affairs oi .the organization were he- hind closed doors. Buffalo Schulz and Allen Brown. 8 Kansas, City 5 Johnson and INTERNATIONAL JRlehmond......... 5 Jersey City 4 Buffalo Rochester EToronto 4 Montreal NORTHWESTERN (Victoria............ S Seattle Spokane............ Vanwuvrc [Aberdeen.........._7 Tacoma AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland.......... 8 Louisville St Paul 5 iflansas City Jndlanapolis..... 7 Columbus Minneapolis......19 Milwaukee while on the coast to hatter the half- whie on e coa mile record of 1 minute seconds, held by .1. B Meredith of the Univer- of Pennsylvania. RESTA, PE PALMA, OLDFIELD Peoria, 111.. July 2S.-lHinois re presentatives of the contest board of the American Automobile association today issued a sanction to the Ull- cago motor speedway for a match aut- omobile race between Dano Res a winner of the first annual aotomoWle derbv at Chicago in June; Ra ph Palma, winner of the 1915 Indianapo- ED. ARCHIBALD ENLISTS Toronto, Ont., July Ed. Archi- bald, the weltknown Canadian atll lete. son of Chief Inspector Archi bald, left Toronto Saturday for the front to take tlje place held by Cap tain Irivin of the Y.M.C.A. staff, who has been missing since the battle of Langemarck. Captain ArchibaW was appointed by the National Council o the Y.M.C.A., which appointment was ratified by the Minister of .Militia. Archibald held the Canadian re- for pole vaulting and represent- ed Canada at the Olympic at Athens, Greece, a few years ago. He will sail from Montreal Wenesday night. His duties are associated with- Y.M.C.A. wort at the front. Not the traditional but a pleasant, finely- flavored cigarette-known in select circles as BlacK Cat. It's a delightful smoke, blended from the choicest tobaccos distinctively mild and altogether satisfying. Wherever BlacK Cat is smoked, there will you find good feeling, good-felhwMp, peace and complete treatywt your nearest dealer. Present with a ten cent piece, and as an indemnity demand CLEM VANCE. PUT AWAY CHAR TWO 33 rep- ur m, 510 COO-mile sweepstakes race, Barney Olulield arne held August 7 at Chicago. and The race will be Th e over a distance of e 100 miles for a purse of ?2500. L SEASON If Frank Mnran, the Pittsburg heavy- wei'ht having finished a very suc- cessful tour of the principal towns in England since he knocked put Bom- bardier Wells in London, is at pres- ent in Ireland and has been matched j to light Gordon Sims, the well-known English heavyweight, in Belfast. ntnn luiv 23 In England boxing still nourishes, ire or t o Spokane Amateur alwavs will flourish, for it is m the ir Club fell bv the wavside at blood and the hone. Like the turf and CTtF JTMSX punlhhmeuT, in in threw! Life has successfully inaugurated a atowTl into the ring and stopped the j scheme by which it keeps many ot L ,7 u a virtual knockout to the bovs at the front m good trim V ncVscredit as he dropped his op-1 and humor by sending them boxing with a Sit swing when the Cloves with which to pass the "idle poncnt with a rifeni, s ...iiiln-ihev are re ntsf "round had been progress Iirsl rounii about two minutes, .and went right after his man in the next frame un- i i._.i mif nn niS ICBI'. 1" New York, July 23.-Wlth the base- tail season half over, confidence ap- parently is not lacking in the minds of bi? league managers as to the ul- timate outcome. Following are _ their opinions, as expressed to the Imited Press today NATIONAL LEAGUE Wilbur Robinson, going to win thaiTold sever- al reasons. First, we have the best pitching staff in the league second, we have the heaviest hitting outdt, anii third, we have spirit." Charley I-Ierzog, Reds "It s any- 'body's pennant, and the Reds have just as good a chance as any team. I have made some changes that will fi ptove hencficianl." Ol Roger Bresnahan, Cuks: 1 .take our little slump as any indica- again, It s club tion that we are through. We re go- ing to win that pennant. It be long till we are on top we. belong." Jokn J. McGraw, anybody's pennant, with every in 'the "league putting up the poorest ball in years. I can't see how, the Wants" can be counted out under the circumstances." Pat Moran, Phillies "I can t make any prediction at this time. I am satisfied with the Phillies' playing. any rate, 1 am confident _ they will not finish worse.than third." Miller Muggins, Cardinals "It the Cardinals can win ten straight games the pennant will be ours. Every club n the league has an eijuai chance. I lepend on my twirlers. Fred Clarke, Pirates "It s the and most rcmarkaTile race I ye seen in many a year. Any club has a George Braves "Going with a big K GOTCH WILL NOT WRESTLE Chicago, July Gotch in a IHter to a Chicago friend says mf) uum n. will not wrestle Stechet and that he til hc had him out on his feet It is through for good. The idea that was a clean-cut win and leit no ones there should be any haggling about .tion as to superiority, this match or that Gotch would ask DiJ.eo came to Edmonton with the an piirse lor it is regarded reputation of being the second bes i-inc wtm under- lightweight m the Inland bmpire, LUC best boy bavins competed at San Francisco, where, hc won the Coast the; Panama Pac, an --o as-ridiculous by the fans, who under- stand the former familiarity oi the persons engaged. __________________ LOOK HERE IN CANADA" Ford Runabout Price Lock a man up and be withers. It takes the sunshine and air to preserve perfect health. The Ford has opened up the great, invigorating out-of-doors to, the Canadian ot moderate means. More than fifty thouiand Canadians are using the Ford both for pleasure and business. Buyers of Ford cars will share in our we sell 80 000 cars between August 1, '1914 and August 1, 1915. Runabout Town Car (MO; F. 0. B. Ford, Ontario, with all equipment, Including-olsctric- headlights. Cars on display and sale at THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1333 8rd AVE. S. "HONE 633. BASEBALL MEETING A meeting of the City baseball lea- gue has been called for Monday even- Ing at the Hick-Sehl hardware store at 7.30 o'clock. Business of importance. NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED North Lethbridge United Football ub players are requested to turn ut at Adam's Park on Monday night 7 o'clock for training. Hiighie Jennings, Tigers: The. diddle of the season finds Detroit verv much in the tunning. With some better pitching we could run away with the pennant. Even as we stand we will 'he contenders all the way and possibly winners. I fear Boston most." Bill Donovan, Yankees "I am building for next year, when I ex- nect the Yanks to be pennant-con- tenders. However, I have the neuclus of a team right now, and 'am confident New York will finish in the first division." Bill Carrigan, Hed Sox: "Our ciiances look good. The team is just rounding into shape we finish at home, and we haven't the. nerve- racking job of setting the pace. We 1. have to beat the Tigers and White Clarence Rowland, White Sox are very much in the running now and should soon get to the top again. If Walsh holds out I'll have a wonderful staff of pitchers." Connie Mack, Athletics "I don't want to talk about it. I haven't thing to say. Don't qiioto. me Lee Kohl, Indians: "I like th White Sox. They have the best pitch ing staff, a wnil-balanced club, an some heavy hitters." FEDERAL Rebel Oakes, Pittfeds; "I thin that the Pittfeds will the pen nant, because we are now but thre games' from first place, and sine climbing into the first division from seventh place, we have never lost ou grip." George Stovall, Kawteds "Kansa City is going to have a pennant-win ner for the lirspt time in years. Tmk er's men are only temporarily o lop. Ile-t your roll that we'll be bac ill the hours" while-they are resting iroir trench duty. Though hitting over Ciuelph team in the Canadian League, Bill O'Brien, well known in Western Canada, has been handed his release by his old pal Knotty Lee. Bill was handicapped with a lame leg for about ten day? and his batting slump- ed in sympathy, so Knotty cut him loose Irbm that dear pay roll. Come to MacV AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our prices in Bicycle Repairs and Goods Cannot Be INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT 1 D. IE. MacDonald 1 Phone 1032 5th Striit' exhibition. nice Gonzaga College, Spokane, gentlemanly hoy, but hardly so shows a boxer as Hector St. John, who was defeated some few weeks ago by Olony Tait. ____ game made two hits against Hamil- ton. NEW SWIMMING RECORD San Francisco, July 23.-Ludy Lan- .rer of tiie Los Angeles Athletic club, won the mile amateur athletic union swimming championship in tidal wa- ter at the Panama-Pacific Exposition, at