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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta s.vrrniMY, .JUNE 21, THE LETIIIJRIIXHi DAILY IIEHALD PAGE THRKIS- THE NEW PR5GE "BRETON" FAVORED BY 'ALL WHO SEEK THE BEST-IRRESPECTIVE OF PMCE 2 lor 30 ou. 6 for 9O 1Z for 1.76 CLUETT, PEABODY CO., INC. 'MAKERS, ST. JOHNS, QUEBEC DAUBERT'S AND SPEAKER'S HITTING PUTS CLUE ON TOP llaubort and Speaker arc the bat- tins leaders in the National and Amer- ican Leagues, respectively. Tne Brook- t'onfiiigunt of Calgary Players Coming for Big Prize Competitions Foremost Event of Us Kind to Be Heid on All-Day Affair lyn 1st basema hull ami has been.pounding the NATIONAL Won Lost Brooklyn Philadelphia New York Boston Cincinnati Chicago PittBburg St. Louis 2C, 20, .500 .473 .473 Good and Poor Playing Chicago, .J une made only two hits off Cincinnati's pitchers wildness and the Cuba Washington Boston Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia AMERICAN Won Lost 30 26 27 27 Pet. Cleveland....... 24 .579 .501 .5HG 4 l .10) i .42) 1 i Wild Pitch Proved Fata! Boston, June wild pitch al- lowed HobliUcI to score the only run made during today's game between tho Red Sox and Athlulics. lie walk- today, but Schultx's poor fielding enabled win 2 !o 1. Seaton pitched a good look second on a sucrifkc and third game, scoring the winning run when, [on an out at first. after stealing second, he went home Philadelphia.......... 0 f> 1 on a double. Boston.............. 1 2 0 Cincinnati............ 1 2! Sheehan and Schang; Shore 1 Cady. and Chicago.............. 2 Sclmllz, Dale and Wingo; Seaton and Archer. Giants Beat Dodgers Brooklyn. .Tune Brooklyn defence hlew up in the eighth inning today and N'ew York won the first of with great regularity all season j a six-game series. 7 to 4. New York's the Uodirers largely owe their I tallies were helped along hy errors. Fitting Celebration New York, June New York Americans celebrated their home com- ing from u long road trip today by defeating Washington in both sections of a double header, the scores being lo 5 and 5 to 1. Waller Johnson, who pitched the h'rsl game, had an on" day, while llussell. a Yankee place tho top of tlie heap fo hisJN'ew York............ 7 7 -0 ipitchcrl well afler JIarkle was taken club swinging prowess. Speaker's slugging has also had much it) do with the Cleveland club's line Ing In Han Johnson's circuit. It is significant that the two leading clubs also possess the two be.'it hitlers. The 4 10 Benton. Schupp, Porritt and Rari- den; Cheney and Meyers. Circuit Clout Settled It Philadelphia, June home run drive with one out in the Chicago Cubs, in tile National, though jhome run drive with one out in the Kiev only fourth in the race, eleventh inning gave Philadelphia E have several individual leaders. Ziui- 2 to 1 victory over Boston in a pitcu- merman is the host run getter in the league, while Williams is the cham- pion distance smitur. Benny ii Word has been received from the J ]mB not a Ty from Calsary Lawn Howling Club that they viewpoint, hut he has an are arranging to send at least 24 men Detroit star in llaso-steal- tii participate in file his lawn bowlins e Crowds Watching Heavyweight Train tournament which is to be hultl here on Dominion Day, This tournament will be under thc joint auspices of the Jlmyire'and Gait Garden Bowling clubs, and nothing will be left undone to make it a successful and interest- ing sporting event. A special meet- ing of both clubs was held last night and it was decided to have at least 3C rinks in .the tournament, thc games to last tho entire day, starling at nine o'clock. In addition to the main competition UILTC will be a consolation game for thosi} who are eliminated from tlie iivsl draw of the tourtuuneiit proper. Excellent, prizes'are being given for the two main competitions and every- thing points to a grand day's sport. Invitations will he sent to Tabcr and Keniic Bowling clubs so as to make .this event the largest lawn howling tournament, ever held in western Can- j WUOm many fans believe rm will be the uts.xt heavyweight cham- pion. On Sunday there were very New York, June Dillon is hanging up an attendance record in New York which looks as if it would stand for many a day.' The figures are.for attendance at his daily train- iimr csinp. Dillon-IK working for his June 29th match with Frank Morau in the same arena where the big scrap is going to take place at Washington Park. There is a free -gate to wit- ness his training and up-to-date there have been between five and ten tlious- turning out to look over ads. All that Is needed is fiuu warm weather, as the greens on Gait gar- den, have, never been in' better dition.. Empire Club .Wins Cup- For the first time. this season tho Bankers' Challenge cup left the Gait Garden bowling green.- The Empire club came baqk strong, after their defeat last week, and. after a fine ex- hibition they' wen out by a of four shots. Ltvie and his men went down to-defeat to the tune "f shots, while Adams' rink had it over McNabb's squad by 9 shots, thus leaving the boys from the Empire club 4 up on the final end. The brilliant playing of Wier and Marnoch for the winners, and Jones anil Livie for the losers were out- standing features a same replete with many exciting ends. ers' duel between Alexander, and Barnes today. The visitors got only two men past first base. Boston.............. 1 5 1 Philadelphia.......'. 2 9 1 Barnes and Gowdy; Alexander and Killifer. Plenty of Hitting PHisburg, June Louis de- feated Plttsburg hero today by a score of S lo 7 in a contest featured by free hitting, the visitors making and the locals 15 hits. Baird's errors were responsible for 6 of the Cardinals' runs. St. Louis............. S 1C 1 Pittsburg...... 7 15 3 Meadows, Jasper and Gonza-les; Kantlehner, Harmon, Cooper and Wil- son, Gibson. INTKRNATIONAL Buffalo............... S Baltimore............ 3 Gaw and Onslow; Kewton, Jlorris- selte and McAvoy. Toronto 3 fi 2 Herbert and McKee; Yelle. Montreal 4 Peters close to ten thousand in the grand stand when Dillon hopped into the ring ____..... __ to wade through his sparring part-j wood and Hgan. ners. It begins to look as if the receipts for the Dilkm-Mora.n muss are going 11 0 Fullerton Wells; Schacht, Small- Willard-Moran figures ALIBI FOR WHITE SOX Many excuses have been offered to crowd the pretty closely. i ENGLISH NATALITY Boxer. Dies Following slaughter Is Charged death Rochester............ 4 6 1 Richmond............ fi 10 0 Hill and Casey; Rhoades and Rey- nolds. NORTHWESTERN Butte......... ......10 9.1 Seattle.............. 9 H 4 and Roberts; Wolf ram, and Caduian. of i Great Falls Tacoma London, June 23.-hThc Valentine Mood, a liugih'st, at the--Na lionil Spotting Club carH todaj after i contest in which he had been Bartholomy. engaged uith Chules Hardcastle had Vancouver a sequel in Bow street court this after- noon, when Arthur Frederick Beltison maniger of tlit, rational club; J.. II. Douglas, referee; the time- keeper of the'bout and -_two seconds, Clark, Klllliay and Shea; Bonner 0 I Spokane............. 3 f Barham and Cheek; Reuther Alurray. for tho unexpected fall of the Chicago nllb n mlcaslle" joint'" White Sox. One of them is the con Lhugcl, uitii m iniliuglltcr t-oln con Slant use of .left-handed pitchers by nection with thc (10.ith uf Hood. They opposing teams. Manager Rowland's I wcre lor a week, bail -being team has been defeated by Gullop Uld yi00j'wna knocked out in the tour- Wogridge of the New Yorks, Ruth and of the Red Sos, Harper and Boehlirig of the Cole tlns mornlng. leskie of the Tigers and Woilman of the Browns. ,.olmli iast night and died early No -need 'to forego the pleasure of a deli- cious mellow flavor to get convenience in .diewing gum. APAMS' TUTTIFKOTT! GUM how h6a both. Special machinery takes the place of hand wrapping and separate stick in W'ax paper and tinfoil, convenient "package Choose" ;any'" of five mellow flavors. Your dealer has them in Tutti Frutti. ORIGINATORS VANDERB1LT WANTS RACE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 11 13 0' 2 3 3 Upiiara, Neil out of thc box in the first inning, First Washington.......... T. 7 New York............ (J 1 i Johnson amJ-Ainsmiih; Markle, Uu1 sell and Nunamaker. Second Washington.......... 1 7 New York............ 5 Harper, Shaw and Henry; and Walters. No other games .scheduled. 7 l! S 0 Cullop I BASEBALL SIDELIGHTS Charley Pick, tlie former Toronto baseman, who is now playint, third that position regularly for the Ath letics, is hitting at an average for j .25G. I Harold Crisp, a seventeen-year-old j 'pitcher of Needham High school, Bos i ten, lias signed a contract to play the Philadelphia Athletics. The boy is said to have struck out seventy-f e opposing batsmen in- four successive games. Somebody is always asking which is the better player, Cobh or Col- lins, or Gobi) or U'aaiHsr, or Cobb or Speaker, and 'so on. The fact that Colib is always' on one end of the question ought to be sufficient ans- wer. Rochester scribes attribute the poor showing of .the Hustlers this season to lack of good pitching. Manager Tommy Leach is now busy assembling a staff of twirlers. Poor pitching is keeping more than' the Hustlers in the second division. Shortstop Roy Corhan of thc St. Louis Cardinals once played with the Chicago White Sox, and in a-game with. Washington ho narrowly es- caped death when Walter Johnson hit him on the head with a pitched ball. Subsequently Corhan was sent to the Pacific Coast league where he rapidly developed. Baseball managers nowadays carry notebooks in which is recorded how each game is won or lost. Of the 300 big -leaguo defeats which have been inflicted this season the notebooks show "that the umpire is blamed for IN CASH PRIZES ENTRANCE FEE. W o rI'd Champion Bucking Horse Kiders in Attendance The programme Avill include Indian Race, Bucking Fancy Roping. Maverick Race, Bull-Dogging Steers, Wild Horse Race. Bauds in attendance Grand j> Frontier s tures i SPECIAL TRAINS RATES on all RAILROADS Admission to grounds and grand stand. 50.C- Reserved section, 25c" Children under 12 free. y All vehicles free to groimdk MANAGEMENT: J. A. Smith, P. L. Whitney, J. L. Miller. i AVrite Stampede Secretary 'LET 5ER BUCK' Minnesota Boxer Too Lanky to Expect Show With Jess Willard Fred Fulton, the long, lean, and practically all of'them, which g0e3 lanky iarriiner. from Rochester, Miim., Vise- uas sentenced to meet Jess.Wil: to show who is the ''goat" in base- ball. St. Paul Brarty and Coleman; find demons. Toledo "Minneapolis .12 18 Learn to. CYCO (Sykol. Offers Gold Cup to Winner of .Invitation Event New York, June S. Van- derbilt. rear commodore oE. the New York Yacht club has offered gold i cup valued it as rhief in an invitation ocean race to cd under thc direction of the.Eastern Yacht Chili of Boston on July L Only schooners rating over 5S feet, can compete for the cup 11 i rate fiom .Newport to Marblehead Rock. The must he thiee times hofoit. becoming the property of a-winning jachtsman but a replica of it be a ;arded each year. "Other prizes will be gneh 10 0- schooneis sloops or competing in tho sanit. t BRITISH KENNEL JUDGE BARRED New York, June notice has been received by the Southampton kennel Club from the American Ken- nel Club, stating that the -British, Judge, baimicl Cribtiop U ineligible to act at tho dog show to be held on Saturday, .July. S: The ultimatum- is based on the new rule that Corhids a professional handler serving as a judge, except on the Pacific coast, at American Kennel Club .shows Gribfreo who lues it rmlfauortli Manchester, England, has been an ex-- luhitoi and at the leading Brit iBh and contiuentil sWbfti foi man} jein He is in California as sei and temporaly managci of An ta Baldwins keniiels of show j dops f IN GOOD, POSITION Washington club ever 1ms been in is good i position in the American lo >Mte the Natiomls lie rlghl now True (lie team been In the kid otlici jo-us but never before tilth ho good a chfftice ot holding it Thu club is so much hotter Coitifled in dopiirtmoiit that there 13 haidb any compai hon with IOIH sea FOIIS and il hns a pitching staff which has feu actuals ai d ho superiors Adams, BecUcnt and Hop- per. Beutley and Owens, Land. Louisville 1-4-1 Kansas City 2 .5 2 James, Palmero and Williams, La- longe; Humphries and Berry. Indianapolis "Milwaukee Dawson and Schang; gan and Devogt. 3 1 Hovlik, 0.1 52 Mor- COAST LEAGUE I os Angeles............ 2 20 Oakland............. ,3 10 1 Ryan and Bassler; Prough and H. Elliott. First San Francisco......... 4 9 0 Vernon...............rl 0 '0 Fanning and. Sepulveda; Quinn, S. Johnson and Whaling. Second San Francisco......... 6 13. 0 Vernon............ 0 6 Baiim and Brooks; B. Johnson and Spencer Salt 0 5 2 Portland 7 12 0 Piercy and Hannah; Noyes and Fischer, HAMMER MADE STUDY OF WELSH'S DEFENSIVE METHODS Chicago, -.Tune :2L Elver Hammer, "blond" of Chicago, who reccritjy gave Champion Welsh quilo ah--ar-gument, including an Indigo optic 1ms this to say of thc titleholdcr: "In-my-niiiniou he. is the greatest in the world. Long before 1 ever met Welsh 1 had seen him box in the gym- nasium. I knew that he was possess- ed of wonderful- cleverness and a de- fence tliat no other boxer in the world had ever penetrated. "When my manager told me that I was to "get a the champion I felt as if my time had come, to prove the theories that I had laid awake nights, and- thought out. 'Welsh ha'd a peculiar style of ducking1 liis head boxing just a duck .o.r; oil throw ail} thing at it en- if you Now i figured that if i could aim low'-cno'iigh and guage my blows just lard, a .slightly known heavyweight, In the ring, on' or before Labor Day, this The place and exact date are dependent upon the gullibility of the community- showing any desire to stand sponsor for the "killing." Fultou evidently'dqes not care what happens to him so long as he gets his j share of the gate. This is the first of j a series for Champion Willard in order to keep his uamo before the'.public and thus enhance his drawing .powers with the circus." At that, Willard is not to blame for tliis is Fulton.'either, for that matter. Here we have the big- gest, strongest and cleverest heavy- weight champion the game has ever produced opposed to a gangling, un- schooled pa peril anger, whose only re- commendation is his towering height of six Ceet three inches. And with aa this does not ovci two Imndied pounds According ;-t'oV tlie articles, Wiilarri IB t6 receive for his part in the affair, or two-thirds -of, the Fowler's Grape Cider "First for Thirst" your Dealer." your Jobber." R, L. Fowler Co. Limited. MANUFACTURERS Calgary Saskatoon Regfna time Freddie would duck, gross receipts if they total more than I would land gomewheie neir his jaw !the stipulated guarantee being implicated is to get one third of the regardless of what-it amounts to. or head deductions were right, for the first time We came to tho centre of 4-feinted-with my. left, and Frefldifc I aimed for the throat and caught him fairly ,on the chin. 'Had I sent the -blow in with strength VI believe I would have out In the first round. Lacks Ability The tipoff.. on Fulton's ability may be-gleanefd-from'a cursory his record. He iwas. floored three as .many- rounds :by Andre Anuuroun who, quit to Youii'g. Weinert in two SPEED IS MURRAY'S Hair's Your Pride Use Herpicide (Made in There are two theories ;as to the right way to play tennis. One is that you keep on returning the ball long enough the other man "will eventually ose the point. Thc other claims that by "killing1' everything in sight you will win more 'than you lose, and at the same time keep opponent fiom plaung a consistent game Robert Lmdley Murray 'is art ex1 ponent of the latter theory His creed nay be summed up in few brief sentences: r -v Nobody steady against really severe play.' The harder you'hit the greater, ypiir-contidence becomes." 'The quicker you finish a rally the gieatei will be jour energy for the nest. Murray is a of the California school of tennis, the schoo savs "Two things are necep sary" for good tennis speed. and He has carried this principle-further than any other coast furtlier than the sensational Loughlin speediest Murray, who recently won >the Amt encan will" play under the colors thfc Tennis Club, of New Yqrk Murray has left California, where 'rlie learned the game, and is located, vlji New Jersey He 19 regarded one of the best youngsters in tbe United States and probably will figure prominently in the tournamenfa this coming season. Robinson of the says he Is saying "Rube" Maiquaid for, the drive m the hqnie stretch in. September. HOEPOUSHES Ctn a bright, kMbl MM whk wry Ulll. .fort nd kMp kttfMr idt, An DM lift of row P. DALLEY Co. ol 111., ;