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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THB LETHBR1PCE PAIL? fTHURBDAY, 3UNB 24, 1915 PAC1 JjtrSOt SALISBURY ROME CO., BERLIN. ONTARIO. BOST1 B SOX Sll INI Mr John Hamilton, of this city writes to the Herald to the eficc that he knows oi a-number ot cicycl riders who would lie pleased to "bike included in the ion Day uWiletic events at the Fair ,rrou dt This is the second occasion tint a notice.of this kind lias been P Astmatter ot fact the Dominion Dav celebration.committee decided to have a bicycle race oi I mile, open to hoys only. However, the. insistent de- mand lor a race that will be open to all may lead the committee to a re- consideration. SPEAKING OF CALGARY place is well laid Flat on its hack." "Whew remarked the soldier just home 0.1 furlough from the front, a, lie sank onto a bench and wiped the sweat from his brow. "1 ivasu t scal- ed when those .12-centimctor she Is were exploding, but I'm atraid to BUI Bunch Are Now Going Strong but Many Favor Chicago or Detroit to Cop and Gregg Rounded Into Shape Cleveland-Bill Carrigan's Boston Red Sox still look like the best bel for the American league pennant They almost were the- universa choice of baseball men before the sea- start caused most pickers 0 switcli irom the Ucd Sox recenth nJ name Detroit and Chicago. 1 hen ecras to be no reason why Uostii houldn't-continue to rule as favor 1 So' far. the Red Sox have beei sticking in the firs? division withou lisplayiiiK the best they have. Jo Wood showed recently he can pitc about as.'good as he ever could Vuurt'n return to form is going t ..can a whole jot to the box. li< ston specialists who are treatin Venn Gregg's left arm promise l-h former Cleveland southpaw will n reaiiv to pitch when the Red Sex _. iurn" home. Think what it will mea to Carrigan to have Gregg and tt'oo right, in addition to his other nitcl crs. Leonard, Collins, Shore, Ruth, Fo tcr and 'are all good ones. Uill main trouble will lie not in dccidn who to work hut who not to wor Larry Gardner back on thir were exploiting, uu. take a chance here." He had just es- caped being hit by ar, automobile piloted hy a woman. Bill O'Hara has been released by jttie Toronto Maple Leais. The depar- ture of O'Hara removes the last member oi the champion club ot IJ" He had great trouble getting startet though his .fielding was u la his usual high standard. AS a mumtiug 'nlaver the Toronto boy has always such a strain, and doubtless ranked h ehlv ill this league, and his) jump ahead the hrst time the j.j._j H.n I i .._ ,1 _.e in Where he will be before long, and tr "find" an infield that las anythi. Carrigan's first line of dcfenE Hobby, Wagner, Scott and Gardn are great, defensively and offensivel There's no use calling attention the power of that Lewis, Speake Hooper oiltlield. So far the Red g0x haven't he under the strain that comes to t pace making club. They now a rounding into condition to assum clubs 'hiliidolphla it, Louis "iltsburg, Boston ew York Brooklyn Cincinnati BILL O'HARA Vho has been released by the Torou earn of the International league. O lara is a Toronto boy, and has been the Leafs for the past five years .436 a 1 New York.............. Chalmers, Mayer and Tea- reau, Perritt and Meyers, Smith. Pittsburg Ci 6 10 2 1 nrmiiuu Harmon and Glbnon-, liiv.itcn, Dale Wingo. Urook'lyn [Boston Del! and Gowdy. St. Louis Chicago Salee Archer. 'McCarty; and Snyder; 3 Ragan 7 0 8 1 and 3 3 0 6 11 0 Vaughn and AMERICAN HUNDRED HOME RUNS FOR WAGNER Chicago Boston......... Detroit New York Washington Philadelphia St. Louis Cleveland 27 21 21 21 Pet. .667 .586 .583 .527 .519 .308 .375 .375 to the itiTiwtor MacLaur- mtivu arrived in town last eveniiiR and is examining some ot the grades at tho schools here today. The schools dose this week for the summer vacation and molt of the teaching start will go out of town for their holidays. Had 'it not been ior the spreading o! measles throughout 'one schools this spring, the attendance would have'made a ne-v record lor the high standing it has attained m number and averaira of attendance. The aver ago had attained to the very higl figure of more than 680 at the tim of the measles outbreak. Everything is ouiet at the deten tion camp and nothing new is pected until next week: Judge Thompson, county cour judge arrived in town this evcnm to open a session of his court, i which there are about forty cases pending, two of them criminal ac- tions. Tom Oorsan, son of Dr. Corsan, medical oflicer of the 107th regiment here, writes irom the English hospi- tal to which he was sent Irom the front, that he is minus a toe and was shot through the log at the knee, hut is getting along fine and is well car- ed for. THE FRAGRANT AROMA SECURE IN THE SAFETY OF THE SEALED "SALADA" PACKAGE Pittsburg Veteran Alio Scored 3131 Hits Has Plttsburg. Pa.. June The home run made by Hans Wagner, the Pittsburg Nation- al's veteran shortstop in the First, game: Chicago......... i Cleveland........ I Cicotte and Schalk Jf i Egan. Second game: .i' Chicago HaBernian and ortstop m f the 13-inning second inning o. contest with Philadelphia at Forbes field yesterday, was the one-hundredth of his career. It also brought his tota'i num- ber of hits to 3131. T'lllKCd hlZlHV 111 "HIS 1 JU1M1' a.lwau release will be regretted by the ttiem While the owners of minor league clubs are endeavoring to meet tho monthly payments and ma- jor league magnates also are scratch- ing their heads and trying to solve financial problems, many performers in both minor and major I'.eague com- pany continue to draw handsome sal- aries Thoy'hold contracts calling lor iancy prices. How long will it con- tinue The Magnates cannot draw tiie money at the gate, and it wi he necessary sooner or later to call a halt. The standard of baseball will always lie maintained, but the mag- nates must adopt a sane policy and retrench. The test case at Cincinnati to break the present ironclad con- tracts of the players is probably the forerunner of the doom of fabulous salaries. c W4.S ALL HE NEEDED out for his out-drop. all he's piped somebody Irom Knox bench at the ball game Tuesday night. Pitcher Gillis' man One two, three strikes and out. Sec- ond man One, two, three strikes and out. Third man: two, three went "kikes'and out. And they all out hy the out-drop route. Duke Kabanamoku will be in fine fettle for the Panama-Pacific swim- ming events if he holds the form he showed in Honolulu recently His performance of swimming the lira in 531-5 sees, makes one wonder when Hie time will, come when the world's record reaches 50 sees. flat. Although the impression has gone abroad that Willie Ritchie and Fred- die Welsh are to meet in a New York on July a, there does not appear to be aw truth in ..the report. As a patter of fact ar- ticles have not been signed. Ritchie is spending his leisure time at his home in Sin Francisco and.Welsh is eneafrtag in short distance no-decision houtt to the Harry trying hard to make the match, Arat so far without success. He has offer ed Ritchie-a fair sized amount for a match, out the Californian wants a guarantee. Right now they arc keep- tog "the wires hot, but the matehhas not Wen consummated. In the mean time'Charley White is issuing chall enges to. Welsh on an average of on a day. iieau oi virci" Once in front ley are be hard to catch. The Red Sox for the pennant is the jest little bet we know of in basc- lall today. TRAVERS GIVEN HARD BATTLE Scores Hard Fought Victory Over Former Pacific Coast Champion Philadelphia, Pa., June D. Travcrs, open golf champion of the United States, was given a terrific battle today by F. C. Newton of New York, former Pacific Coast champion, in the second round of match play ;or the Lynnewood Hall cup on the course at the Huntington. Valley country