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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 27, 1910 THK LETHBRFDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE HiBEE GOOD RACES AT MATINEE fUP. SPOILED THE CROWD RUNNERS ALLTOTHE MERRY That pestiferous old party, .Inn. Pluv. for short, is always taking tho joy out of life, and he did it yester- day quite nicely 1'or the bunch of racing fans who wanted to hiu them- selves to Henderson Park fair grounds to watch the yee-gees work out. Hut if he put a crimp in the crowd, like- wise the gate receipts, he couldn't do a thing with the races, and they were iworth a thousand dollar crowd where the exact amount was calculated by the experts to be somewhere in the neigh- borhood of ?28.25. Ask George Hatch, he handled the roll. It was tough luck on the promoters. They had a nice card arranged anil things went oil smoothly, so that there 'Would have beorn a good time had there been enough present to keep the grandstand seats warm. The only disappointment was that Homer Mac wasn't there. He wont lame a couple, of days ago, after recovering from a limping spell that has kept him out of the big circuit this year but tho it a crowd for convenience seem to mind. Eight races were run off, two harness and six running, and they were all good. Nobody was pulling ponies for the sake of a, rake off on the betting. It was a case of "let 'or go" every foot of the way. The track was ii great shape, too, tliough no records ware broken. The first racy was free for all, with three entries. Stewart's horse lialduo, with Furman no copped the money, taking the 1st'and 3rd heats quito handily. In the'2nd heat O.U.W. with Stewart up was given a Hying start and was never headed. He is a lijitl actor, and refused to score like ii gentlemanly ,horse should, but when he got going with the others in the rear lie was a comer. This horse has n mark of 2.12 as a three year old but his cranky habits have brought him many masters and no one seemn to be able to get the psychological view- point that will make him score down the track for a right and proper start. Bonnell's Pathfinder with Jack Wales as'pilot came second each trip under the wire. He was game but couldn't quite make-the grade. The other harness race brought out five green horses, mostly coits and they went two nice heats. .Tim Barber, belonging to Furman with Furman up took the first lap, while Niclt Car- ter, owned by Moen of Vancouver, owner driving, took second. Carno entered the race but was distanced in "Matty" Begins To PulHiie "Cinci's" From The Cellar the first heat. One sad was intimated 10 the crowd that someone had robbud a milk waggon, but Carno is a nice looking liorsu, though not exactly of the race variety. Meeks, Kinsey and Do Loss Lund of Raymond, the old rivals of the south, furnished the excitement in the run- ning events. They had brought in their best from Magrath and the crowd scared away by the rain missed some mighty fine going. In the ii-Sth dash Lund's Sllvertip made the fam- ous Muck's mare Esther L. extend hersBlf to win in seeouds. Two of Kinsey's string fouyht it out in the 3-8th dash, Flossie Johnston winning by'a lip from Dr. Tom in 40 seconds. "The quarter mile dash was taken in another hair raising finish by Kin- sey's Jack from Lund's find in 20 sec- onds. Kinsey again won the bacon in a half mile dash with his Lillie F'ergus- Luud's Silvcrtip. It was a great race. Two great Indian races were pulled off, Henry Bells, a famous old gray that has won many a race in th" south, winning both times for his lor and master, by sheer strength and sticktoltiveness. The details of the events follow: 11 Free for all, mile heats. Baldue, Stewart, Funuaii dr. 13] Pathfinder, Bonnell, Wales 2 2 1 O. IT. Wl. Stewart 3 1 i Time: 2.2G, 2.2S. Green Trot or Pace, half mile heats Jim Barber, Furman, Furman I 2 Nick Carter, Moen, Moen R. C. Stewart, Stewart, Furman Reuben Kirk, Coultry, Wales.. Carno Time: 1.32, 1.27. Mile InHlan Race Henry Bells, 1; Mike Oka, 2; Tom, 3; Jack, 4; Bine Wings, 5. Time 2.06 I 5-8th Mile Dash Esther L., Meeks, 1; Silvertip, Lund, 2; Canada Girl, Moen, 3. Time o-Sth Mile Dash Flossie Johnston, Kinsey, Dr Tom, Kinsey, 2; Dolly, 3. Time 40. 5-Bth Indian Mile Race Henry Bells, 1; Jack, 2; Mjke Oka, II'; Tom, 4. Quarter Mile Dash Jack, Kinsey, 1; Bud, Lund, 2; Weas- 2 4 Di elfat, 3; Nellie, Bonnell, 4. Time 26 Half Mile Dash Liliie Ferguson, Kinsey, 1; Silver tip, Lund, 2; Rain-in-the-face, 3; Mike Oka, 4. j lie Gun Club held their weekly shoot last evening and quite a number took advantage 'of the opportunity to get a little practise beforp the duck season opens. W. J. Shields won the handicap con- test for the DuPont prize. Some of the scores: Shover Pilling McMillan McLaren, Calgary Shields 20 Mncdonald R. Livingston D.Livingston J. Livingston LeBlanc Hedley Preise 7 Kenny -17 Henderson 6 Ascroft 12 Rose IB 21 An interesting schedule of closely contested games nave been played off eliminating by the 21 point score, which brought L. Dunsworth. reyre senting Knox courts against Raworth of St. Augustln's. The game last night was fast and furious with bril- liant plays, DuuGworth taking an early lead and maintaining it after the first game. it was a case of youth and speed against generalship and exper- ience, which finally closed the contest after many deuce games with youth the conqueror, in points. In the semi-finals Raworth won from Toombs by default and Dunsworth brought Murray down to defeat-to the tune of Murray exhibited much speed in the initial stages .of .the con- test, but his terrific side :line Iciriren began to go askew and Dunsworth nosed out his speedy court mate. WILLIAMS, TENNIS CHAMP, FALLS BEFORE MORRIS of the greatest upsets recorded in the' quarter century of LpngwoocT Tennis history cccurred in the second round of the singles tour- nament today -when C. J. Griffin of San Francisco defeated R. Norris Wil- liams bf Cambridge, Mass., the former national champion Williams plainly showed lack of practice.' The only department where he was at all formidable was his service, hut "even there he made a maximum number of double faults for match.-His volleys .wore weak ami his game overhead erratic. Who is the manager of the Old baseball iquad? Since Harry Nlcholjon left the fold the team has been without a head, and now Commerce wants a return game but doesn't know lo whom to apply. The Com- merce bunch thinks Lethbridge should go out there to do a little pastlmlng. So, up to .you to. pick leader and call up Mr. Brown at Here's your'chance; your hurry? INTERNATIONAL First Buffalo, 8; Rochester Second Buffalo, 3; Rochester 6. Newark 11; Baltimore 2. Providence.3; Richmond, 1. Montreal 2; Toronto-, 2, (called on iccount.of AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis 12; Toledo 4. Columbus 5; Louisville 8.' St. Paul, 0; Kansas City, 7. Minneapolis 1; Milwaukee 5. NORTHWESTERN Great Falls, 7; Vancouver 3. Spokane, 4; Seattle'" 2.' J' Butte, 8; Tacoraa 4. PACIFIC COAST Vernon, 10; -Oakland ,4i Salt Lake, 4; 6. .San Francisco, and Portland. at the end of the NORTHERN Duluth, 2; Winnipeg 0. Superior, 6; Fargo, 0, O'Leary Matched with Ever Hammer Chicago, July Hammer of ''Chicago aud Johnny O'Lcary, Canadian lightweight chanjpion, were matched today to box 12 rounds to .a decision in Boston on'August t.They agreed :to weigh 135 pounds, AMERICAN Now York........ 51 38 .573 Cleveland 50 40 .556 Boston.......... 49 38 .563 Chicago......... 50 40 .666 Washington...... 47 42 .528 Detroit 48 45 .516 St. Louis......... 41 49 .466 Philadelphia...... G4 .229 Athletics Fell Hard St. Louis, July was huld to one run in two games with St. Louis here today, tho locals winning the first 5 to 0 and the second 5'to 1. First Philadelphia........... 0 10 0 St. Louis.............. 5 6 0 Meyer and Plcinlck; Weilman and Severold. Second Philadelphia........... 1 6 1 St. Louih.............. 5 7 3 Bucha and Carroll; Davenport'and Soveroid. Detroit Wins in 1Gih Detroit, knock- ed out Mitchell in the fourth inning of today's game when five runs were scored on clean hitting, but Detroit eventually won the contest in the 10th inning C to 5. The most notable fea ture of the contest was a demonstra- tion for Heilmann who laat night dived into the Detroit river and rescued a woman from drowning1. Washington........... 5 9 3 G 10 1 Johnson and Ainsmith; Mitchell, Du- buc and McKee. Shut Out Yanks Chicago, July Cicotte shut out the Yanks with one hit today only two Yankees reached first base, Nuna- maker on a base on halls and Pipp who made the only single in the fifth took second when Ness muffed a throw to catch him napping, reached third on Oldring's out and was stranded there when Terry threw out Boone. At all uther times the leaders went out in one, two, three order. Boone'e geld- ing was a feature. Now York............ 0 1 0 Chicago.............. 2 7 1 Mogridgo and Nunamaker; Cicotte and Schalk. Cleveland Drops One Cleveland. July was unable lo make its hits count for as much as Boston today and the latter won 3 to 2. Boston............... 3 S 0 Cleveland............. 2 I) 0 Mays, and Thomas; Beebe, Cooinbe, O'NIell, and Daily. NATIONAL Brooklyn 51 33 .607 Boston........... 44 3G .550 Philadelphia..... 45 37 .549 Chicago......... 44 46 .489 Now York....... 39 44 .470 St. Louis......... 43 .467 Pittsburg 38 45 .458 Cincinnati 38 52 .422 Matty's Team Wins New York, July New York fans gave a warm welcome today to their former idol Christy in his first local appearance as man- ager of the Cincinnati team, and Mat- thewson celebrated by watching the Reds defeat New York 4 to 2. Sal- lee purchased recently by the Giants started his first game in a New York j uniform and Cincinnati made its off him count. Cincinnati........... 4 9 1 Now York.............. 2 5 3 Schneider and Wlngo; Bailee, Per- ritt and Rariden. Divide Double Header Brooklyn, July broke even today with St. Louis on a muddy field, the visitors winning the first contest 3 to 2 and tho league leaders taking the second 5 to 0. Meadows held Brooklyn to three hits in the first game. In the second Pfeffer was ef- fective while Brooklyn knocked Wil- liams out of the box in the fifth In- ning. First St. Louis 3 10 3 Brooklyn.............. 2 3 3 Meadows and Gonzales; Smith and Myers. Second St. Louis 0 5 4 Brooklyn............ B 7 1 Williams, Watson and Snyder; Pfef- fer and McCarty. Cubs Defeated Boston, July Chicago Cubs were defeated 1 to 0 by the Braves to- day. Vaughn held the Boston team without a hit for seven innings but In the eighth singles by Allen and Egan netted the only run. In this Inning. Vaughn was put out of the game by Umpire Orth for too vigorously ques- tioning his decision. Chicago.............. 0 2 2 Boston 1 2 0 Vaughn, Prendergast and demons; Allen, Hughes and Gowrty. Break Even Philadelphia, July and Pittsburg broke even here today the former winning the first game 7 to 1, and the visitors the second 5 to 2. In the opener the home team pounded Adams' delivery hard while Alexan- der kept his opponents' hits scattered and was given excellent support. First 1 in 1 Philadelphia 7 14 0 Adams and Schmidt; Alexander, De- marec and Klllifer. Second Pittsburg............... 5 8 0 Philadelphia...... .___ 2 4 it "Miller and Wilson; nixey, Geseher, and Burns. Have you smoked clgarfi lately? Raymond, July celebration held yesterday, Pioneer Day, under the direction of'the stake primary assoc- iation, was very successfully carried out. There was a good attendance both at the morning and afternoon at- :ractidns. At nine o'clock the various floats for the parade assembled at the opera house, and half an hour later be- gan their mavch through the main streets of the town. The parade brought home to the public very vivid- y the life of the Mormon pioneers of 1847, and with prairie carts, the Mormon battalion, Indians, etc., in the pageant, a striking picture was created. The service at the opera house was largely attended. The program was especially planned to recall the trials and vicissitudes of the pioneers, their social and religious life and their place n history as empire-builders. A num- ber of pioneers were present and spoke briefly. Thomas G. Romney acted as chairman, and Mrs. Allen, stake president, gave 'a short opening address. At Victoria Park, in the afternoon a program of sports was held. Al- though the attendance was not as arge as at some celebrations held lere, the program was thoroughly en- oyed. The children's races, novelty races and a number of other events formed a good afternoon of enjoyment. All efforts to locate the perpetrator of the theft of from the box of- Ice of Hie Opera House last night, lave thus far proven .fruitless. A number of clues have been run down vith no material results, and in the neantime show men, theatre-manage- ment and the general public are still liseusslng the coolly planned and clev- irly executed game. With N. U. Mitchell in charge, pre- parations for the musical festival which will be held here the last of August in connection with the fall ex- lihition, are well under way. The vent already gives promise bf being >ne of the most attractive and bene- icial fair features ever attempted in Southern Alberta. A great deal of in- erest is being shown in the festival rom all parts of the south country, tho musical talent that will be leard in the grand competition on the ccbnd night of the fair, August 30th vill represent the south country's best. The program has just been issued .nd is as follows: Largo less than 40 to sing "Soldier's Chorus" from Jorma (Bellini-Dichs.) Junior part, age limit, 7 years, "Spring'Time" (Wooler.) Mixed double quartette in !e Win'" (Ncldlfngfir.) Baritone or basso solo "Monarch of he Main" (Coverly.) Soprano and Alto driet ''Invocation to (R, M. Stults.) Senior piano solo "Second Mazurka" (Benj. GodaftJ.) Junior piano snip aro limit 14 yearf, "Idylle Impromtu" (Theo. Lock.) Beginners piano solo "The Fairies" (Daniel Rowe.j There will be open competition in sight piano playing, sight singing and comic song. Medals and trophies will be hung up for the various clashes, details of whjch will be announcer! shortly. The festival is really an outgrowth of the recent musical festival at Lethbridge and is a competition in which singers and instrumentalists In the south may obtain 'some splendid training for the provincial festival next spring. N, Lorenzo Mitchell will isupply full in- formation concerning the contest. "Support Home Industries" Drink Lethbridge Beer- 'Alberta's Pride' (Non-Intoxicating) To be Obtained at the following places ---------------------in the Arlington Hotel, Coalflale Hotel, Windsor Hotel. Adilison niggins. Gait Grocery, Italian Grocery, Lethbridge Candy Kitchen, Lee Wong, Bing Wo, B. C. Restaurant, Commercial Cafe, Depot Cafe. Mike Saloniki Pool Boom, No. 6, "Now of all times Tire Buyers EhouM absolutely know which tire companies can stand the Canada Test." Andy. If, when purchasing a new car, you show an unalterable preference for Truly-Cana- dian "Traction" or Dunlop will find that you can get them no matter what tire equipment is on the car at the time. When any opposition is shown to giving you Dunlop Tires you can at once distrust the argument because' the salesmanship which does not seek to please, surely cannot be regarded as seek- ing to satisfy..; Ym r iVL A. The field day at the Y. M. C. A. ;amp will be held on August 9th.and the boys will be divided into three groups. Class (A) for boys under 17 years and above 15 years, will have the 100 yards dash, running broad jump, running high jump and the pota- to race. boys between 13 .and 15 years will be known as class (B) and will have for their .events GO yards dash, standing broad jump; running Irish jump and potato All boys under; 13 years will be known as class (C) and those events, 50 yards dash, standing- broad jump, and potato race have been scheduled for them. Every boy will be awarded five points for taking part In the field meet, and if he is a winner he will be credit- ed with five points for first three for second place an'd one for. third place. These points will be credited to the competition for the camp emblem. The boys who intend to go to camp are requested to apply at the T. M. A. office for full particulars and to dfr posit their fees before the 2Stli. Smashing all Records As fast as a quail or as slow as a snail on writes one man describing his hew 75 B Overland. 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