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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE TJAItY HERAI.D JULY 1014 CALLIES POl II THE SCORE Overseas GOAL SUMMARY minutes, Bono, i Second Half Oillec, 20 minutes, Bone. Line Us Callies Mclntyr.e: .Bannerman and Anderson, Crawford Chiswick Mcllvena; Knight, Allan, Bone, Ltnnlns and Eaiton Scott and Korni, Harp-r, Harvev and Slew; "Robertson, Brennan, Slmrir and 10 men Th5 above match was played at tall Prr'i last evening beiore'a meagre j attendance and in a w-'- the Callies 2 goals to 0. I The Lethbi'idge Cricket XI. motored j to Taber on Wednesday to engage TaJ ber ia the return league fixture i Palmer, winning the toss, sent Ta- jber iu to bat. .The first four batsmen 'were mickh disposed ot, but Williimi, i and Findlay becouiing associated, a 4oaA -stand 'was made, the former ev- jentuilh obtaining -o uid Hit latte 40 With the eM-eotlon of Clen 'no other sueeeded m leach ins double figures, and the side was, dismissed for the total of 12S. 1 MtCIluton took wicketb foi 39 runs. i Lethbndge hid no di ficulh in ob s the required runs. Mcllvena 1 and Holt the side a eood stalt 1 a mrinerclnu fcr tie fust wicket of 35 before A. Holt was dismissed for, 1 a usetnl 1" Mclhem was top scorer with a well 71 Otier phneis to reach double figures were W. 10. and McCllntou SI, hot out. Jack Barry is one of the most pop- The Taber stole wib with ular of the men who play under Con- j wickets still !u hand The scores i me Mack Jaox is a member of the Taber l famous infi -Id of the world s ch.mpior S West c Slmmonds b McClm I Athletics which is valued at some j ton BARRY lor The ?100000 aj ,eai He is not as good j R Brown b Eddie Col It Powell ctt A Holt Holt b McOlra Seas commenced with nine men, hut Breeze came on wuhir a lew. inm- ates from the stall, and from then on tie Seas battled with- ten men. The Callies at no tune during the match were pier extended, but it must not be talon Irom this that the did not tr) lor goal; hut ihei weft handicapped M onlv-hav- Miz four forwards The CalUes had their picture taken before the com- niEncemeat of the match, and the Seas winning the toss they, elected to de'EDd the top end of the pitch. The Callies soon forced their way itowirdsithe Ssas' goal and a corner resulted from unich -Harvey cleared. The Callrfs continued to press, Eas- ton on the lett putting across sever- al centres v.mch, however, not turned to good account, though the Callies' inside forwards were often in a good position to score Brfnnau tor the Seas was working hard, but could nol mate much head- and McIntTre was not eeriously iroubled, his first kick coming when Breeze shot hehrad. Easton now bad-a'shot at goal, but Lush saved well, Unninr shot on to tie side net Brennan and Roiertscn now worked the leather to the Dailies' goil and Jlclntyre kicked ten nil for a jCorner, which the. Cat- lies' defence cleared. The Seas now had a free" tick .near coal for a foul on Simm, the Callies qot the ball and Horne kicked high in the air, the ball coming down -n front of the Seas'-goal, wherc'a Central scramble took place, and Bene Jmallv sent the hall with a into the net, hitting the un- der part ol the bar-in-its-passage.. The Seas now tried hard for the and Brennan worked hard, but offside spoilt his efforts. Half with the leading by the only goal scored. H-VLF The 'second'half started .with the Seas presiiitg and Mclntyre kicked awa) a shot by Breeze The Callies now began force the play, each of their lonrards taking a hand at shooting, Easton nearly found the net, hut Lush got the ball away. Boneviiow sooted the second goal ai- dribble, giving Lush no chance to save. Brennan as in the first half, was working hard, hut Bannerman and Anderses were equal to all the at- made at goal, though Ander- son Brennan once when ho was almost through. The Callies rcow eased .up with their two .goal lead, though they, put the ball.into the net, but Reteree Lee adjudged Boneito have been offside. The play lor .the last twenty minutes er very interesting, and nothing fur- ther happening the Callies ran out winners by 2 goals to 0. GEO. LYON DEFEATED Grand Rapids, Mich., July the second round of match play for the Western gold championship played to- day, Albert Seckel of Riverside de- 'feated George S. Lyon of Toronto, the Canadian champion, .4 to 3. fins. Frank Baxter or Stuffy Mclnne but is nevertheless a good s'lck ton J TROUBLE-MAKER b McClmtcn and can be usually depended upon for i A. J. Williams, c and b McCllntpn crane m the n-ighborhood of E b McClmton This season he is hitting a 1't.le c and b McClinton below that mark. Wilding and Brooks Vanquish Strong Team from Land of the Kaiser THE DAVIS CUP MATCHES r-PH-tstnrg, J.ulv F. Wilding End Norman 13. Brookes, the itwo Australasian tennis stars, scor- ed the lirst two points in the semi- final round of tie preliminary-'series tfe tutf rt c was the lirst to take on Oscar Kreu- ser, the second string man in -the singhs of the German team, the lat- teing heaten at .6 1. In the other' match, Otto Fro.-tsheim, captain of the German forces, went down before Brookes, 10 8, CLARENCE KRAFT The Ne-nark and ixashwllo playar whom Lho baseBplI stiike Kraft played first base for Newark prerious to his beiug sold to the New York American 1G _ DAY 40 E. Williams, b W. Holt- out F. Thompson, not out J. Mackenzie, b McClinton Extras Total Lethbridge A. Holt, c Parkes. H. Mcllvena, 1st Findlay, b Clery Dr. Simmonds, b Parkes A. McClinton. not W. Holt; 1 b w, b, Powell...... Extras CUOSING Goodwood AT England GOODWOOD Juh The feature ent of the list dai of Glor 6'rious Goodwood'" was the Chesterfield Cup a handicip of one mile and 15 i quarter, which was J S Austins four ear old brown gelding 128 Kiltol. who started at the lone odds j of 100 to 0. J. B. Joel's Blue Stone, 10 favorite at 4 to 1. we.s second, and 7L T.. DpRothschild's Occydrome, 100 to 1 7, third7 :31 A Rtsult 19 Lavant stakes, for 5 i year-olds, five furlongs, was won J. B. Joel's Simlire, by Sundridge- NATIONAL Cincinnati 2, New York 0. 7, Urooklvn i. St Louis 1, Boston 2 Chituo i Pliiladclpb.il 1 Clicajo D, Philadelphia 1. (Second AMERICAN i, New York Ldvisville 0, -Milwaukee 9. Colunibiis-St, Paul, rain. Only games today FEDERAL Brooklyn 2. St. Louis 2, .Brooklyn -1. {Second game. Chicago 1, Biifiilo 1 Chicago IU. Buffalo 5: (Second "Kansas 1 Pittsburg 3 Indianapolis UiHlinorc ram INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 1, Rochester e. uh loronto 7 Jerscj CH) Toronto 7 (bocond game) Newark 3, Montreal 2. Providence-Buffalo, transferred to Detroit to be pined CANADIAN Toronto ti, Brantford 0. Erie 5, St Thomas 0. Peterboro G, Hamilton 2. London 0. WESTERN CANADA Sastatocn 9, Calgary 3. Medicine Hat 13, Moose Jaw 1 Retina 9, Edmontun 6. Total (for four winliets) ...vi.146 j Sweit .Lassicvwho started-at 7 to 1 A. J. Blackburne, P. 'Whitney's .Hiinburg, p to I B Turner, J. Harris, .McKay and C. j.was s-ecsnd Kir John Thursny s Westles; did not bat.. I Moonalest, 100 to S, third. NATIONAL Cliicago St, Louis Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia BroodiD 52' 52 5! 43 43 40 M 36 AMERICAN 6 I, (J 2. The. doubles will-be cided tomorrow. de- YOUNG CALIFORNIAN HANDLES DAVIS CUP STAR'S CAN- NONBALL SERVICE WELL LOOK HERE SONS NOTiCE a meeting'of E. thu'erening.at the yM.CA- tor training purposes. Y.MjC.A. NOTICE will be s meeting of the Y. >r.C.A. .track athletes tonight at B o'- clock. All'be preBent-wltbout fall.- S. S. LEAGUE FOOTBALL St. Cyprian's and St. Andre'ff'u will play; a game on SL Cyprian's grounds, .Si-...Andrew's team will be picked on the grounds. St. Cyprlan'u will line- tip as folo.wsr Jt. W. Col'Ier, Ji Collier, S. Faunch, Coutts, Jlookcr D. Holt A. Westley, T. Arohi- B, Holt, Boston, Mass., .lu'iy cus- -ody of the fifth Ixmgvvood Bowl, fa- mous as the singles trophy, was -regained today by Maurice E. Mc- Loughlin of San Francisco, after a brief and somewhat uninteresting match with the holder, William 51. iohnston, also of San Francisco. Me- oughiin heeds another victory to ain permanent possession of the tro- phy.. He won a leg two yearg ago, but defaulted last year (o Johnston. In hie successful career through the Longwood tournaments this year Mc- Loughlin .met and defeated in straight sets N. W.' Miles. T. C. Bundy, A. S. Dabney, R. S. Williams, R. L. Slurray and W. Johnston. He appeared to exert hiraseif -less today than. In any of the five with the exception, of Ulat with Bundy. Johnston handled McLoughlin's can- nonrball-.servlce as well, If not better, than either Williams- pr Murray, but he'was w.eak at the net when he dash- ed in and lacked tile strensth of .Milr- ray to drive from the base line. READY! PULL! DEAD! The vernacular of..-..sports .Is- nios.t mystifying to the, uninitiated, says John Philip Sbua in the National Mag- azine. As a game grows in popularity there is created a jargon, a cant, and a slang peculiarly its own. Baseball furnishes the most familiar example in this respect, and when lady watching a game of tennis deplored the fact that those who accumulated Love" the most were the grouchiest. Had she known that "Love" means nothing, and nothing is so exasperat- ing at nothing, she would have under- stood. Trap shocting is the youngest of all the great sports; but it is increasing in popular esteem, by jumps and bounds. It is estimated that there are over two hundred thousand men and wcmen who face the trap during the season. Gun clubs exist in all cities and in the country- Like base- galf, -tennis and other pastimes, trap shooting has risen to the dignity of a language of its own. When you hear a group of.men and women dis- cussing "Bulk" and "Full "Re- gulation know ye, they are trap shooters. Fcr "Bulk" and "Dense" mean the -smokeless powders used 'by the shooters. "Full choke" explains the special boring of the gun-barrel; "Drop" the inches the heel of the wind currents, keeps one keenly alive to new conditions. Shooting here Philadelphia Washinjton Detroit Chicato St.J Louis New York Cleveland 58 33 WHITE HEAVY CHAMPION IN ENGLAND GEORGES CARPENTIER FLAYING'PONIES At EPSOM Georges Carpentier (on the left) champion heavywciBht of met Gunboat Snutb at the Olympia in London on Julv 16 for i 'hip On his ai rival in London Carpentier got a. great reception Big Crowd at the Lake Last Night Aquatic Sports and Band Concert the Attractions ThCjYquatic club sports at the lake last niiht were contested under tail- or marie conditions, and a big and gala crowd was in attendance There d land conceit too, as a ]omt attraait-n, bj citj band Which oi the was immlv responsible for lur ng tho feeilthv looking cjowd of pleasure cheers to the cooling shores of the laft be leit to conjecture but it is hoped that the band was the jnain attraction for those who went 63 principally to witness the nater M 4i ?fil SPork ma> have suliered some little ,i disappointment were not up to disappoint! "the mirk. enlnef, were lei and events were limited However it was pleasant at tie lake last night and n r, jai lithe band piaied enchanting music, SO 42 49 46 47 .47 .543 .516 iOD 30 31b ____ which made en thin? loveh and made good for.any program of .water sports; The most intereBting event programme -were the tilting .contests In which 1 C Ridpath succeeded in top pling all his opponents .'into the drink with exquisite skill. The winners of the events were as follows Tail-end A Ciawford 1 y. G. Podger 2. Standing G. Podger A. Crawford 2. Long 1. C Ridrjath. and O Podger 1, F Downer and R A Ciaw ford 2. Tandem Butler and T. C. Ridpath 1, G V Podser and R 4. Crawford 2. Tandem crab" A. Crawford and G. V. Podger 1, A. Clark andv C. FEDERAL Chicago Baltimore BrooHvn they ain't" adds to the Indianapolis exhiliration cf the. game. As a promoter of correct living it is ever on the job. Local option and Fletcherism are not in It as detergens of one's appetites. A contestant de- siring success .must be temperate In 51 39 40 46 39 47 41 43 16 kans s pittsburg St. Louis Can. Northwest Tennis Championships The first annual open lawa. tennis tournament for the Canadian North- nest Mill he held in Wmnipeg ntng S and ending August 1" The list of events L WESTERN CANADA all things. A foggy brain, or a gorged j Saskatoon overworked stomach means a slug- Re.ina glsh shooter, and a sluggish shooter Meaicine Hat means a defeated contestant. Spartan Moose Jaw abnegation is absolutely necessary to Edmonton success. I recall some six years since, I Cakary while attending an important tourna- ment in the Middle West, a young shooter led the field at the close of the first day. He shot with such splendid rythm and accuracy that he was picked by the experts as probable winner of the trophy, night he proceeded -io "paint the town." When he appeared at .the traps next morning he was blear-eyed, j 40 13 43 43 34 31 .612 .544 .52d .518 .430 .382 the That MORE BOXERS FOR THE TOURNAMENT Herd's another batch of amateur mit slamincrs for ilie Southern Al- ter la boxing tournament to bs hold th6 Labor Day, 7th o( September Jack 210 pounds; Sid Wai- ice, 15G Dave Ireland, 110 A. nervous and slusgish. at the end of the day he was at the tail-end of the field of ever two hundred shooters. I have shot .with him many times sines and ncthins can persuade him Chaplin, 105-110: A. Norman, 108; J. Woods, 133. Thsre are live standard weights to be contested, viz.: 105, 133, 145, 153 and heavyweight. However, it is evi- to put another coat of. paint on the, a wcj or tft.o town. The humiliation of defeat was the grsatest temperance lecture pos- stock: is below the sight when the gun and alert I have shot in many ia in position at the shoulder, "Comb" j matches with women and have never is the crest of the stock. the Ueen a" ungraceful one at the traps, power reqrrlrRd to release the trlgser. The sport is most suitable to tho gen- will have to introduced to accom- modate the prospective entrants) as is tlie usual case in amateur hoxing Trap shooting is a splendid pastime! tournaments. There are now over twenty names on tlic lists. She's coining fine. Entries received by Tom Lush or by the Sporting Editor of the Her- ald. for women. It is a. tonic fcr the ner- system and makes a woman "Regulation the speed, height and angle-of the 'sancer-HUe targets known as "White-fliers" etc., when thrown from the trap. The flying target pastime makes many appeals to the lover of sports, t is a wonderful developer of self-re- IN COURT OVER. GEO. H. JOHNSON Pittsburg, Pa., -Inly Cin- cinnati Amusement Co., owner of the Cincinnati National league baseball in Common Pleas Court here, asked for Injunction today, re- straining George II. Johnson, pitcher for the Kansas City Federal league club, from playing In Plttsburg. At- torneys for the Federal league agreed that-Tohnson would before Thursday, on which date Judge Swcaringen said he would hear guojeatu oil the motion. tle sex, for woman's quick perception, .both of eye brain, are splendid factors in the makeup of a shooter. In tile beginning, women did not take to the shotgun because It was synony- mous with ileath to the feathery deni- zens ot the nir. She whom we call It ir> your own game, and no' grandmother, mother, 'Bister, one can do it for you. It is not a sport ..for the vacillating; for It re- quires great concentration and a bap- py blending of mental and physical at-! .ributes.' The exercise of lifting to the ilioulder an eight-pound gun -hundreds of times daily is a muscle-btrildfng factor and a -sure death to insomnia. The recoil of the gun acts as a stim- ulating massage- for tired nerves and muscles. It has one great advantage over field shooting. There are many to whom it is abhorrent to destroy God's feath- ery creatures for snort. At the traps you Hhoot at Inanimate clay; and In the most lender-hearted there can be no compunction in smashing tho litUe black dUics. All one's mental facul- ties are quickened, for tlift bird thrown from unknown' angles with varying apeod, made Illusive by tho force of Gentlemen's Open Northwestern Singles Canad- Championship: Grand challenge cup and prize value J25.00; second prize Gentlemen's Open ja championship: Nares challenge cup and prize value and racquet donated by Slazenger. Sons, of Lon- don, England. Holder, F. W. Leisti- Open Northwestern :-championship: prize value 515.00, and racquet donated by H. G. Mayers, Esq. Holder, Mrs. A. Shaw. Gentlemen'H Open ian Northwestern championship: Leis- tlkow challenge cups and prizes value kow. Ladies' f 15.00 each. Holders, F. ,W.- Lelstiko'w, G. D. Holmes. Ladiss' and Gentlemen's Open Dou- .Northwestern cham- pionships: prizes value Holders. Jlrs. G. I. ap Roberta, P. W. Leistikow. Gentlemen's. Singles Smith challenge cup and 'prize. Open- to members of duly organized tennis clubs 61 Winnipeg, and amateur in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Al berta (Winnipeg Larn Tennis club Prizes iftlue each Holder, G. B. Sparling. Gentlemen's Handicap: prize value ?15.00 second prise Ladles' prizo value Gentlemen's Handicap: prize value ?10.00 each. Ladies' LEADING .INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE' BATTERS TO Two of'tUe sold by Haltimorp rank hljsh among the Inter- nationaUeaeuo To- ronto, "leads Balti- more, is next .357; then comes Mays Providence, with .341; White- Buffalo, 323' Providence, Platte Providence; Walsh. Ho- Chester.' '.311; DerieS, Baltimore, .310; Jordan, Toronto, .303. Providence ,nml Baltimore are tied to club hatting .270 each. With 23 stolen Gllhooley, Buf- wife and daughter love innocent na- ture too much to destroy, it for sport. With the coming of the clay ibird 1316. His new cohtract'ci FEDS BOOST TOBIN'S SALARY St. Louis, Mo., July offset the temptations .offered by 'American and National league scouts, the local Federal league club Johii Tobln. outfielder, an increase in pay of ?aOOO a year. In return Tobin has Prov dence> signed a contract to play with the and Cottrell, Baltimore, 8 and 6 each. piths., .Hanking high among the -.pltchera are Bader, Buffalo, '.with. 9.. and. 3 R 'and and fin h Federals during the seasons ol Kills' for men have become nearly as numerous as women golfers and tennis players. In the shooting game she is not seg- regated; she Is not classified as-a woman, but as a shooter. -She meeta all men shooters' or. an equality, and iliore Ir, nothing in whi-eh she so