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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRID01 PAILT HERALD DEFEATItW RITCHIE, THE AM. FRED WELSH, THE ENGLISH ERICAN IN LONDON FOR BANTAM WEIGHT CHAMPION. Complete stock Ford Part? und Accessories always on hand Large storage accommoda- tion. Prompt and up-to-date Ser- vice night and day. Expert workmen. VIRTUE BROS. 1882 3rd Avenut "Welsh covering before Ritchie's onslaught ftATURDAY, JULY, 35, Bluloy July TUB Klng'i Prlie mm It Serjt. Ji SL .Roytl 6cota. Against Australian Stars But Were Up Against, it in Davis Cup Matches i_______ Lake Forest, HI., July lasia's great tennis team, with Nor- man Brookes and tathouj Wilding as Its mamstajs, earned the right to meet the German team at Pittsburg nest week in the contest for the Daws cup. With a clean cut lictorv over the Canadian double team, the Anti- podeafls made a clean sweep ot the series. Today's match went to Brookes and Wilding m straight sets, as did their single matche yesterday. The scores were 6 4 Again, as in the singles, the Canad lans, Robert B Powell and B P. Schwengers, were outclassed ties made a game fight, and by despe-ate rallies won the lavor of the hig crowd Whether the cool lake breeze re- juvenated them or whether they are better in doubles than in singles, the Dominion, stars today made a much better showing than In placing and judgment they did as well in the mam as their oppon- ents, but the latter carried out an aggressive, smashing campaign from every point, and never seeared at the end of their resources. Both Brookes and W tiding thrilled the crowd with their splendid ser Bllley Cimp, Enf July There wat bnue wltb wmethlng more than a auaploion that rain would come over the cump todty, when shooting opened this morning on the. ast day of lieeUnt. Condltiom were, toeretofe, Irritating to the marksmen The usual final day of breaking camp was in evldtnce. There remained only two Qompe- tltiona to he settled, helnj the leeond stage of the St George's challenge vwe, nfteen ihoti at 900 yards, and the King's Prize. One out ot the Biarkamen fehoottng In the alter event becomes richer by a gold mtdai and to BUT nothing ot .he glory of being chaired around camp. Twenty MTSKEPM NOT SO SURE OF SHAMROCK IV. CHANCES NOW OF LIFTING AMERICAN CUP London, July yachts- men, who first inclined to be PACKEY TO BOX NO MORE UNTIL HE MEETS WELSH San Francisco, July 24 and I guess that Hie will insist on his AIcFarland will not do an} more rivals domg this weight, if they tehtmi until Freddie Welsh, the ncv. want to talk business with him around the world with hh bride, nho he was lured hy that big money. It s IK, Jiar8aret 1 "i'm 'sorry to see the lightv, eight sighs won't being it back championship go over te McFariand sailtd for the Orient not e crow w nm vice, but it was the freauent volley ins that furnished most of the excit mg incidents Time after time ball was held in the a-r until a dozen strokes had sent it tack and forth 4. 4. 4. 4. 4- s r All-American Girls' Baseball ftere-aianD 6- McFariand sailed lor the urrent t whlch the local mlic at in regard to the chanees and'I'll take a chance at wnmng it there te will go to Australia park thls evenulg at 80_ as a cup lifter, are said Packey, "but I don't and then witl take a run to d doubt ycgterday ,'now that thej hale think it can be done, for the reason Europe It will be at least a fh imty to analyze her that Welsh never will consent to meet and a half beiore Packey returns to th ate t me at 135 pounds. Ho can make 133 Chicago. trials with Shamrock III In yachting circles there is a decid-__________________________ ed pessimism, has I AT THE LAPGE been caused to a considerable extent TORONTO MOTORDROME the thought A friend of Captain Burton s, the amateur skipper of Shamrock IV., Occasionally the vollej would he j by the belief the reports in the won on a drive down the middle 01 English papers have been largely in-1 the court by Wilding or Brookes, fluenced bv the natural characteristic, while Schwengers and Pou ell depend- 'of super-optimism of Sir Thomas Lip- ed almost solely on lobs The lobby- ton, with whom the wish is father to ing as a rule presented no difficiil- ties to the Australians. Xext week at Pibtsburg the Atis- omi'fL.i. trslians will meet the German repre- and Designer Nicholson, who talked smtatives m a series for the privilege intimately with them, told the cor- of playing the British team. Tomor- respondent of the News today that exhibition matches will be play- neither of the experts seemed to he ed by Schwengers against Wilding I overconfident, of .victory. Mr. Michol- artd Brookes against Powell. The point- scores First set- 'Australasia Canada Second 'Australasia Canada Third set- Australasia Canada ..142 035 454 6 .424 453 230 4 .404 341 6 340 524 3 .545 444 356 4-44, 6 .707 202 538 4 New Players fop Tigers Mobile, July Ken- nedy, ecout of the Detroit American league team, here today, announced Outtielder William Jacobson of the Chattanooga Southern association club. son Was naturally hopeful of success, but explained that it was the first attempt-to_huiid a challenger accord- j ing to American rules. He "After all, the Americans have had great experience in this sort of thing, and it is a question whether or not we have approached them in this kind of designing as jet." The question has also been raised as to whether or not the slowness of j Shamrock III. as compared with the challenger has been -purposely exag- gerated. GOLF AT MACLEOD Peep into the days ago Its Waterloo. Macleod, July 25. The 'Macleod Golf Tournament for the gentlemen iu-w members of the club is now conclud- 'Jim Gilmore announced that in forty j> G-. McKenzie having the plea days baseball would meet sure 0( winning fust prize siter a good game with Percy Tonkin in the final round. The ladies' tournament is also well on towards completion only a few more games remaining to he played The following are the results of the various rounds FIRST ROUND F. McRae beat J. McLarty Herbert Ayrault, the French cham- pion, who slid fifty yards when his motordrome In a 50 mile race on July rear wheel buckled under him at the 15th. Ayrault escaped unhurt. BOWLING ON THE GREEN The games for the prize bowls have created quite a stir on the bowling hies have set to play oE their round draws those who won their games so far and enter the second round ate. Hugh. Scott and J. Clark and English; Howson and Ow-j ens S Jackson and K. P. Stewart, i skipped hy Reed -and Adams, the lat- :ter winning by. 2 shots, and retain- ing the buttons. 'Mr. Hcwson is next inJine with his challenge. Well done, Tahcr, get your bowling club 'together and come over here. Try out our greens and see how you like the coming summer game. Fernie has one of the first greens to Western Canada. Arrangements are being made for a friendly game with that club. 'Another club has started in tlie city the boys nt the Empire club are getting in shape to try out the, Gait Garden club. This makes nearly 50 howlers in 'ibe city. There will.bB 150 next sca- and a new green will be a neccs- Kenney -9, beat R. F. Barnes t J'. B. Bail- jIcGlildrterv lie D. G. McKenzie beat M _ _ _ urej ATHLETICS GOING FINE .The Athletics are' in great dan- ger o! being beaten to it befsre tie season closes. 'Plank is'-the only reliable pitcher that Connie Mack has to put into the game. This is the line of stuff handed out .all season atiout -a week ago, it was'noticed that the Athletics lilt a WiKilns streak in spite of the inefficiency of their pitching staff. THe Athletics have won nine straight The big league clubs made a big shift yesterday and no games were played in the American "arid only one in the National league, Pitts- burg toboggan sliders taking a treating from the Phillies. Watch th'e'Cubi Chicago is right after the Giants and at this time next week the Cubs may bo seen-topp'mg the Na- tional league. The Cubs have won their last eight games; New York their lost four. The National .league, is .present- ing a sensational mid-season fight. a doubt yesterday the Macleod team that they are there with.the for the ability of the Macleod team is well known here Some people might be laboring un- der the impression fhat these games with the girls are probably and some remaras have been passed to that effect. Rot! Baseball is not i game that is easily fixed and if a game is not put on oh the square thd fact is soon made can.'i get away with it We haven't heard ol any .exposing of "fixed games" m connection with the toiir of the American Girls and if there were any of them- pre-arrang- ed we certainly have heard of it. Advance Agent .Figg, where here AMERICAN No American games today. FEDERAL Indianapolis 4, Pittsburg 5. St Louis 0, Baltimore 4. Chicago 4, Brooklyn 5. Kansas City 6, Buffalo 3. Kansas City 13, Buffalo 5s AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland 0, St. Paul 3. Columbus Oj -Minneapolis 1. Louisulle 1, Kansas City 5. Indianapolis 2, Milwaukee 3. Indianajiolis 7, Milwaukee 0. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 1, Toronto 0. Providence 5, Montreal 3. Newark 1, Buffalo 3 Jersey City "0, Rochester 8. Jersey City B, Rochester 1. WESTERlTcANADA JIOOSE JAW 4, HAT 0 Medicine Hat, July In a game replete with sensatianal fielding and batting, Moose Jaw took f the Queen's WestmlnBters, won the N. R. A. sliver medal and badge for Sergt Martin, Calgary- Sergt Mckie, Guelph ..47 St.'Louis Chicago New York Cleveland 46 47 12 43 43 44 43 35 48 20 58 32 .624; 40 .545 40 .535 FEDERAL Chicago n me unicago..................... state Baltimore NORTH LETHERIIiGE UNITED F.C. The above club Will play a practice game against S't. Andrews on Monday evening. All players are requested to turn up at the training quarters at 6.45 p.m. VERNCN 2 INCH BAND Indianapolis................ Brooklyn Buffalo Ksnsas City Pittsburg.................... St. Louis 50 36 47 37 45 37 43 30 40 41 38 48 taking the highest! aggregate score, ed, enter the last stage to- morrow with 195. Ke. made 101 la- the first stage and in. the second hs Scored 48 at the three hundred yard range and 46 at the 600, or an aggre- gate of 94. He won the prize in 1912, and the Daily Graphic and St..George's last year, 581 Canadians winning In the Elkington '500 Challenge Cup are as follows: Sergt. 54glArmstrong Lieut; Brooks (13th) 544 i Lieut. McLean Pte. Falconer, and'Piper MeLeod .528 .506 .506 .422 .333 8-1 WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon 45 28 Moose Jaw 43 34 llegina'...................... 39 Medicine Hat............... 39 Edmonton.................. 31 26 43 .351 .442 each 420 Major Howard, Agent General for .414 Nova Scotia, shooting as ;a member of the King Edward Horse, scored 47 at the three hun'dred range today and .616 43 at the six has an ag- .558 gregato of 187. He will shoot In tha 34 .534 final stage. 37 .513 i Sergt' P. Ommundson, Fourth Royal 42 .4251 scots Reserve, sliver medalist last Cpmiskcy's doctor has a snap. He doesn't have to sec C6mmy..to know how he feels he looks at the score. Altliqtigh half a dozen ball clubs arc ruined jvery season by dlspulcs between the players we did not hear of one ball pjayer among the Christians who marched in Chicago. cos ese, year, enters the final stage with aa aggregate .of 186. Australia has seven men in the final stage out' of nine who reached the second stage. Other leading aggregates for ths first two stages were by ra. fivery season by j R'e'ginient; hclwecn the players we did .fc H. A. C.; 'Sergeant Where, arc the fellows rapped Ping Uodle so Industriously Ping must be improving, cl.iiming him. minvii, Sergt. Atirahcs, H. A. C.; Sergeant Dewar, Fourth Scots Reserve; Sergt. Wood, Ninth, Corn. Wilson, London Scottish; Corp.; Btett, Guern- sey, Pte: Wardrone, Seventh Argylcs; Pte Wallace, Fifth Scottish.; Corporal Regiment, Trtth FOBS Plfh The Irish are Llcut ;