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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE. DAILI TUESDAY, JULY M.'jfijt Made Record Run From Cal- gary to Medicine Hat and Back Via Lethbridge The little KeeUm car that attract- THE GIRL WHO "DARED" placing the oar in position to lay claim to the Motor Car Supply cbm- s iup Ihc Cadillac reoplc, wild claim that the trip by them.last vaar, more' for the purpose ot estab- lishing a no-slop re-ord, than one of speed, again get out .after the record as soon as their 1915 model is rn the market while there. are num- p-ous other dEaljrs contemplating the, dasn Much interest has been stirred i up localh and doubtless local imn" In the tin-; summer. The Cadillac made the trip last year in -smLJhe engine was not stopped during the entire journey. The Keeton car has made the try several times, but encountered tire land radiator trouble which barred them from cutting down the record. th F M Keeton at the helm, the cir arrived here from Calgary at j S17 just lour hnurs and 17 minutes' from Calgan good roads and gooi IUCK sloped iw on the ice, the little boat dashed along to the} 'Hat in 3 hours and Sajninutes, ar-j n mg there at 1'u The return to, Lethbridge was made in 3 hours aadi 44 minutes Leaving Lt-dihridge at; 101 tie car sped on toward'Cal.j with the record practically' grabled The average speed made on the open road was about 33 miles an hour H r Herderson left the city four minutes later than the Keeton DarU with a Hudson "sis" arid c about ten miles out; go- iig at an speed of about 37 an hour Th2 average speed for the trip was 30.703 "mites an hour. This means that "the: car dusted along .at the rate oil a Eille in 1 9a which is a good aver- a e for a long lour some fairly stiff hills to climb, a little better 30 miles an hour. These 'in the car yesterday were r M Keeton pr- idcnt oi the Kee- lon Car company Dr. Kilhorne, ssles.agent for UID Kissel car, Cal- inn Sandy Carr assistant fire chief, Galgan Air of the Molrr. Car Supply company, Calgary, and H. .B. Boreham, sporting editor oi the Calgary Herald. Tire Keeton car is assembled at Brantford. Juh 27-VHer iiiling m the itlcmnt vhen sin is 17 old Noil 1 nhi '0 and Bilendidlv developed, has just Mvmn the treacherous .rapids of Hell Oak Oldn aquatu. expert are prniuting she will become a great marine oracnon ii she continues to improit as she has lately. She 3 superb figure, just the liirht build for a swimmer, .which means not too much avoirdupois with hcor journey through a caldron-like channel often dangerous to boats which lies northeast of Manhattan -Island, she manifested great nerve iu addition to her swimming vitality. She was lowered into the water oft East Eighty-fourth street, Manhat- tan, at Captain Albert Brown and Miss Adeline Trapp were in the boat whica followed her. At the swirls were strong enough to drive back the boat, which once was a full hundred yards away from- Miss Leahy. Ten minutes later the boat got near her again. She held out wonderfully, battling against the rips, and was in condi- tion-when hauled out of the water at Clason Point- She said .she. was not frightened even when the boat got away from her, having perfect confi- dence in her ability to conquer the rapids which had been'too much for her three years before. Before her "feat .only two persons, M'ss Trapp and Captain Brown, had swum Hell Gate. They arc older and more experienced swimmers and they were warm in their praise of the new mermaid. Crossing Seas Under Own Sail When Sufficient Wind is Stirring Horta' Azores, July 28 Shamrock Sir lliomas Upton's new challenger for the Vmenca Cup, armed here having taken sev- en davs and three hours for the voy- age from Falmouth, KngUuid According to those on'board, the would-te lifter ofx the International TropbA, proved an excellent sea'uoat. The Vacht left Falmouth on the morning .of July 21 for her run by of Azores to Uhen w eather conditions perautted, the cnillcnger travelled unaer her ova sails. At times the wind died down until tbna wgs was placed next. The Richmond stakes. ot each added for two year olds, six.furlongs, was won by Col. Joel's Pemmern, by Polymell Merry Agnes, who started at 10 to 1." His Majes- ty's Sammarco, 10 to 1, was. sec- ond, Bs Joel's Jsve, 10 to 1, third. CANADIANS GOLF WIN BENEDICT CUP AT SPOKANE .537. .535 .500 .429 .-127 Wash., July Benedick Cup, one of the most cov- eted trophies of the golfing'season at the Country club, 'was won Satur- day byMr. and 3. Ambrose. The A'nvbroses fully deserved the vic- tory, for they tied with Jlr. and Mrs. R. B. Harris for the low.gross score, 10-f, and on tha handicap, beat the Harris couple nine strokes. Mr. Ambrose la soon to leave Spok- ane, where he has been local mana- ger' for the Bank of for New Brunswick, and the trophy is, doubly, appreciated by him. Kins' couples competed for the tro- phy. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Fimicane, the donors, took part, but did hot turn in their cards. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose were former- ly of Lethbridge, and were noted'golf enthusiasts here. Mr. Ambrose was manager of the Ideal branch of the Bank of Montreal, preceding ihe pres- ent manager, G. II. Hni'man. What B; B. Johnson says in New York- cvid'ently doesn't go when he gets back to Chicago. INTERNATIONAL Providence Buffalo Newark 57 54 -51 42 33 29 38 42 46 57 .538 .500 .477 .367 .326 WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon Moose .law Medicine Iteglna ftdmonton Calgary 47 43 42 M 89; 30 37 37 5-7 44 48 ,532 LOOK HERE CALLIES OVERSEAS'; THURSDAY EVENING Tho CaWes and the Overseas will play at the bail park Thursday even: Ing in a city the Herald was Informed .this morning. The schedule calls for the. Shamrocks and Overseas to hook np, but been changed. The Overseas have one and that Is to stop, tho Scoto do'wh'their lead "In the league rtce, and1 there Is.'not, a mail: on seas team who nob that aro Blvcn for If .hot-Buffer .377 iTlio unmo'Commciicea ;