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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, WAV JO, THEY'RE OFF Dare-Devil Auto Drivers Race For Stake 1 NO.. 16, OF. 'IpROfJCE WON. i Indianapolis, Ind Mar 30 -Tlnm representing siv nations, battled Sor cash prizes totalling here betore an attendance ol 100, Tho das TBS clear and cool 'Betting favors the French drivers Cat number, drners and lountnes ire as follows 1-Disbrow, United States, i Cooper United States 3-Oldfield, [Lmted States, United i States 5-Kecne, Imited States, 6 France LnitoJ iians, Belgium 10-Guvoi Francs, Greav Britain JIason limted States, 14-Durajr, Franco bnifeft States France f Lnited States United ''States; United States, .United States; fctates Lmjted States, B7-Granf, Great Britain jjer, trailed States permany SS Chandler, States 42 Richehbacker, Tfnlted States United States, 18-Brock, L'nited States 49-Gil -toller, Italy. j- Bulletin Car. number .12, overturned the northeast turn and his mechanic, S Morns, -was knock unconscious but not fatally hurt Chassagenes escaped unhurt and ex- pected to get Jus car hack info the race. No. 49, '.overturned on the south-west turn both the driver and the mechan- ician were taken to the hospital Poth were tSpugbfc-fa ibe. sentoly injured The first hundred miles was com pleied by the, jta, 1 09 35 than'1 S? .Thomas was close- ly folio-red br Duray, 14, and Bragg, 21, Dodnadi Bauson, winner qLtiie 1912, race, was probably" latallv injured wjienhis car, 25, turneS 'overhand plntfefl him and his mechanician under it. The mechanician was not so badly hurt. 'JJawson's machine was overturned -when he tried to avoid Gilhooley's car. GROSS BEAT WATSON San Francisco, CaV. May. 30. Cross, of was given the decision over Red Waton, of Los Anjeles, at of the twentieth 'round of their.boxins bout last night. Both men were fighting furiously at the end. A LOOK HERE BASEBALL PRACTICE There 'will be a practice of the Leth- toridee baseball team Monday evening atithe Athletic Park. Manager Mack- la; is desirous of seeing a full turn- out of players. Maelepd plays nere Tdesday evening and the team, needs the', practice. All ball players In the city are cordially welcome to particl- paie- .-id-, Jack Dillon, of Indianapolis, was awarded the popular de- cision o'ver Battling Levinsky, 'the eastern light heavyweight, in a stew ten round bout hero had the bet- t'er ol Levinsky in every found. except the eighth ENGUISH-BOXER !WENT: DOWN TO WATERY GRAVE WITHiEMPRESS OF iftEuAnD Htchett, a well- English nne of the ill fqted travellera oa board the Empress of "Ireland. Fitchett did not make-up his mind to go back to Efegland until Monflay. ast, when he severed his connections with Mr. Hubert, manager of l Sporting Club. MIKE GIBBONS PUT [T OVER LOS ANGELES MAN IN" KANSAS CITY BOUT Kansas City, Mo., May Gibbons of St Paul administered a severe to Vic Hansen, of Los Angeles, last HansecL's seconds- threw up the "sponge in the sFxth round. COST Fancy Prices (Wilf Be Cnarged For HTgh Brow Sport For the International j polo matches, will be ield, beat of three, at West- bury, Long Island, on June fl and 13, some fancy prices will maintain. Tiie'--top price for boxes, all of which seat sir persons nearest the centre, 5200 for tne series, with other boxes marked to J150. A limited number of grand stand seats near the centre of the fieldfare to go at ?15 the copy for the Aeries. Some grand stand seats in the east stand are held as low as per series, single days will jo to per seat, while the stand- ups' in (tie' field ihclosure on the'east grounds will be taxed 50 cents apiece.. If this keeps up, pretty soon we'll read of the umpires mobbing the oflrd" at the Chicago Cubs' park. Our New Suits are unusual values styleja quality in the 'Superitfr tailoring ..of -'every garment. We can give you a choice of Blue Serges, Blue Gray Worsteds, Home- rspuns variety of effects, and other of the season's novelties, in the newest styles. Ask to see our Suits at to 965 Sir; McKdvie McGuke King Cole is Anxious to make his eomeback'a complete'success. He. had >ne season In the minors and he says lhat was enough. He the abllltyanfctrtainly con- fidence enough. His'main trouble Is lack of control, but that may disappear In the hot weather. SHARE WELSH AFTERMATH OF RITCHIE-WHITE LOST HIS HEAD RITCHIE AND WHITE t f TO TRAVEL .20 ROUNDS r--------- Chicago5 Hit chie -and claimants for the., lightweight championship, will'meet in-San fYancJsco or Los' Apgeles on 4 Thanksgiving Day in a twenty round bout Milwaukee, Slay the :act that he took a lacing here last night at the hands of Charley White of Chicago, Willie Ritchie, the light- weight champion, will meet Freddy Welsh in London next month. He said before leaving here for Chicago .hat a ire from New York said that iis -guarantee had jbeen posted there. A flat guarantee will ife his pay Tor the Welsh bout Ritchie after liisr'flgnf with White said: "I was the aggressor through- out and believe that In. a longer battfe I would defeat White. A lucky blow 'n the first weakened me and I think J deserve credit for an uohill fight" White he would like to go a longer route to prove that his victory was not a fluke, Champion Nearly Out Fans today were still talking of the first round, when after being chased about the ring White landed a left to the ja'w that staggered the champion. Following up his advantage, the chal- lenger drove jabbing rights and lefts to the face and one had Ritchie hang- ing through the ropes. The white- faced fans" for a moment saw the championship change hands. Ritchie, however, staggered back and by cov- ering up managed to get through the round. White Loses Head White apparently suffered ''buck fever." He had the chance oi his life, but couldn't land the one necessary punch. In only did the champion have the advantage. That was tbe which he drove White around (he ring with vicious jabs. Two. rounds were even and the other seven be- longed to the CMcagoan. Ritchie was fighting furiously at the final bell in an effort to land a knockout, but his blows went .wild-and the -round' itself went, to White. i. time.- as ad- Abe White's of which Bite's share Lfflouhted' to club Marquard and Meyers Piefier and Miller. Cincinnati 3 T I'lHsburg..... 2 Douglas and Gonzalcs Clark, Co- zeliiian- and 'Colemari. Bqstpn Philadelphia James and Whaling Burns (Onh games todav) -Jacobs and. First game- Philadelphia' New York Bush and Lipp and Selling, Keating and Gossett and Nunamaker Second Philadelphia New York Bender and Schang Gossett. First game- Washington Boston Bochltng add Henri 3 1 Schultz and 5 13 5 C 13 3 Leonard, Fos- Epsom, Eng., May Oaks faimharh knovn as the J'll-, lies Derby, run over the Der- course oi a mile and a half, hero -tojiay, qnd the fourth oi five classic races, was b> tho favorite, J B. Joel's Princess Dorrie, a brown filly by "iour Majestj Dons, who had previously won the one thousand guineas and thei-efore started at the short price ot 11 to 4 Lord Carnarvon's Wassilissa, TOO to 6, was second, and Sir John Thurs- liy s Torcungnt, 10 to 1, was third Daly Girl was fourth, the field num- aering twenty-one, also rans includ- ing the following i L'amarquise, San- ta Quaranta, Arlette, Lancaster Sunray, Lbuvence, Sweetest Melodv, Miss Den- is, Doladella, Muchly Girl, Valise Pretty Belie, Her Ladyship and White Lie. ter, Collins and Carrigan. ,Second game- Washington Boston Johnson. nand and Cady. Williams t 6 1 0 5 ;1 Johnson 7 11 <3 ld 2 Qumn Only games in American league _ FEBEKAl Pittsburg Baltimore Dickson, Kester and Berry and Jacklitsch. Brooklyn Buffalo _ "Vlarlon and Owijp Blair Kansas St. Louis 9 1 and Srownr-H arris and Easter- ly Indianapojis-Chfcago, mini CANADA WON Mayj 29 cop- ped the first of the series from the throws by. Brown in the initial in- nings. Medicine Hat................... 1 S 8 Saskatoon :..........C 3 11 0 Lind anil Bliss Northrup and Wal- ters. GOOD PITCHING May Sor- LA'S'T