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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TMUflSnAY, OCTOUKK 12, 1919 THE LETHTJniDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE HERALD SPORT SECTION MADE (N CANADA Mnlpli Wnddlngton nils won tho hulclH tlio chniiiploiiHlilp In tlia sports Just conoludod. a cup for the, coming yeur. The rcsulls of tho sports were as follows: I'ofulo rare Hurdle 1. Evu Iliillon 2. ElHlo Janvier Illuming high Jump (girls' open) Hand Keith 1, Nora Maclcoil 2. Mar- vel Hunt :i. llccord wus mud'! hy Nora Miidood on Tuesday. 4 ft- 114 In. High bdioql relay lint- Ion. Eva Pearson, Ada Murray. Hilda Church. 1; l.llllan Parry, Alice Violet HeuneU, Until Inman, 2; Dnnswurlli. Evelyn Kippcn, I'nnllin! Slcuklcv. Morn Muolcod, 3. Null driving contest Hug 1; Alfred Gaul 2; Andrew Queen Distance 32 ft. inn. IllilpuUi 1; Arthur Mcllvena 2; George Young II. Distance !I2 ft. 8 lliiiiliing high Jump Waddlngton I; Victor Gillies 2; Ham. llton Urodlu Hyssop 1: Alfred Cant 2; Cecil Hut- ton Height 4 ft. 4Vt ins. High Jump Young J; Stephen Vasclcnnk'2; Wado lildpulli 3. Height 4 It. 4 his. JOO yard dash Ralph Wau- illnglou 1; Iloelof Van Haurlam 2. In- Queen 1; Win- slou Hyssop 2; Alfred tiant 3. Junior Vasclcnnk Young Null driving contest 2; Wade Itidpath Hum I Bvn Neilson 2, liable Hyssop Half mile Voselo- nuiT Pauline SLcakley lie. link 1; Andrew Queen 2: Geo. Shot put Wadding-13. ton 1; noelof Van llnarlem 2: Hamil- ton Broillo Distance 24 ft. 10 ins. Hyssop 1; Paul Fiizpulrlck 2; Peter Moiling 3 Dis- tance 21 ft. Kidpalh 1; Jack Scott 2: Geo. Young 3. Dihtnnce 22 It. 0 Ins. HaHehall throu' (senior) Austin Skoith 1; Victor Gillies 2; Hamilton Brodic 3. Dislaneu 225 ft. Inlcrmcd- Queen 1; Paul Fltzpat- vii-k 2; WliiHlon Hyssop Distance 220 ft. RIdpalh I; Ste- phen Vasulenak 2: Gen. Young 3. DIs- lance 2011 ft. Buys 220 yard race Van Flaarlem 1; Ralph Waddingloii 2. Queen 1: Win- ston Hyssop 2; Hobcrl Slraker 3. Ju- Vaselenak 1; George Toung.'1- Arlhur Mcllvena 3. Running broad jumi> Wnddinglon 1; Roc-lot Van Haarlem Vicior Gillies 3. Distance 1C ft. 4% ins. Queen I: Winston Hyssop 2; Bert Nivcn Three-legged race (boys' Gant and A. Queer, 1; W. Illdpalh and J. Hcott 2; G. Young and A. Mcllvena 3. Ilelay Young. S. Vasolenuk, II Waddlnglon anil 11. Van Haarlem I; W. Ithlimfh. A. Cant. V. Gillies and A. Queen 2; A.. Mcllvena, ,1. Scott. C. lluttoii and H. Urodie 3. Slide race (boys' Queen 1; W. RUlpalh 2. Egg and spoon race Aluclood I; Violet Uenneft 2: Doris Smith 3. Baseball throw (girls' bel Ilysson 1: Lillian Parry 2; Nora Mudeod 3. Bennett 1; Evelyn Kipiien 2: Eva Pearson '1. 15'yards dash (girls' Macleod 1: Alice llardie 2; Eva Hut- ton 3. Innmn 1; Violet Bennett 2; Hilda Chtircb 3. Slapping race (girls' llardie 1; Nora Macleod 2: Marjorlo BOSTON AGAIN WORLD'S CHAMPIONS Threelegged race (girls' Winston Hyssop 3' ilerL iNlvon .i. j.nrce lugKcn Distance lo II. 3 ins. I Pauline Stcakley and Ruth Inman I; Ridpath 1" Arthur Mcllvena 2; Stc- Alice llardie and Violet Bennett 2; Grace Comfort and Clara Hunt 3. F. 0. Bine, of Charleston. W. Va., stale tax commissioner, says in two years prohibition has caused fn) pel' phen Vaaelenak :i. Dislance 1G ft. 2 ins. Running hop, slop and jump (senior) Waddingloii 1; lloelot Van llnarlem 2: Victor Gillies :i. Dlstanc Mel- cent, in crime. IN these days of short aUrts hcaiery is a most importaol part of one's costume. Uubo- Ihey are aoyery portant that oust people buy Fenmans, for in so doing' they know they are receiving maximum in There ii a line by Peonans specialty Cor yon. (CONTISUHD P110V FllOKT PAOB) Dravrit- Boston, Oct. lumbus Day brought some or more persons out here this aflernoon Lo see what Boston hopes will be the game that will return the lied Sox a winner over tho Brooklyn in thrj iirih conlost of the world's series. The BoBlons havo caplured throe games, while the Kallonal league pen- nant holders huve laken one conlest. All Boston luriled out loilay. Hun- dreds mnilo lliolr way early to the JJravos' Held to secure the best points of vanluge in the unreserved stands. The sun shone brightly and helped temper tho chilling wind which blow over the Charles river. The two learns came early Lo Hie grounds and had a long halting prac- Lice. Larry Gardner, the home run hero 01 the series, whose four baiie drive broke the back Wed- nesday, came In for a big hand when came on the field. Team Changes Koi Brooklyn, Myers will play centre field and lead oif In the balling order. Daubert replaces Merkle at first base