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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1915 THE LET II DRUDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREtf BASEBALL i NATIONAL w. L. r.c. Philadelphia .7-1 Sii ..ili'J Urooklyn, 73 Ii2 Boston 70 Ii2 .530 St. Louis (ii; 71. .482 Chicago S- ll7 Cincinnati _, 70 .47-1 Pltlsuiire IM 72 .171 Kcw York (JO "I .-159 SATURDAY OAMKK Brooklyn I 10 0 St. Louis 1 7 2 HaUerlcs Smith and Doak and Gonxalcs. Pittshurg Mayer and Burns Gihson. Harmon and 11 Boston ,.t k..... Chicago................... 1 2 Hughes anti Gnwdy Piwcc, Hum- phries, .Zabcl and Archer. 'Xcw York 070 Cincinnati 1 10 0 and .Wendell; George and U'ingo. SUNDAY GAWKS New Vork 15 3 Cincinnati v......... K 5 SLroud, Beiitoii and flayers. Dale, McKenery, Schci'ler, Callahau anrt Clarke. Second Kow York 031 Cincinnati 5 10 Ii Perritt and Schang; Toiiey and Clarke. Brooklyn -I 9 1 St. Louis 281 Pfcfier and McCarly Ames, Robin- 6on and Snyder, Boston v......... 371 Chicago ...................fi fi I Nehet, Ragan and Gowdy Vaughn, {Lavender and Archer. Only three National League games scheduled. AMERICAN IJoston Detroit...... Chicago Washington New TorU SI. Louis Cleveland-..; SATURDAY GAMES Chicago................... -1 12 0 Boston.................... i> 10 0 Russell, Collins, Faher, Scott, Wolfgang and Schalk Foster, Mays, Leonard and Cady, Thomas, Carri- gan. Louis S H 3 Ph.l.ndelphia 4 .10 3 Parks, Hofr and Agiunr, Sevcrcid Keighbofs, Haas and McAvoy. Second St. Louis 0 11 2 Philadelphia...... 4 8 0 Kooh, AVeilman and Bud Bush, Uncker and Lapp. Cleveland -f 10 1 .Washington 5 10 0 Collamorc and O'Neill Rice, Boch- ling, Ayers and Henry. Detroit -1 9 0 New York ;i- 6 2 Dauss and Stanagc Caldwci! and Kunamaker. American League Sunday games, FEDERAL W. L. P.O. tittsburg....... 74 Jifl ,55ti St. Louis 7-1 .540 (i4 Kcwark 70 65 .519 City...... M G'i .alo Buffalo...........72 C9 .511 iBrooklyn 69 70 .497 Baltimore......-41 92 .324 SATURDAY GAMES Piltshurg.................. I 2 1 Brooklyn n 9 3 Allen, Dickson and Berry Falken- berg. and Land, Second gamtP- Pittsbnrg.................. .1 8 ft 3 75 Knetzer and O'Connor and Land. Buffalo 271 Kansas City......i........ 0 I 1 Anderson and Blair; Johnson and Brown. Newark 5 11 2 St. Louis 10 2 Kculbach, Kaiserling, Billyard, Mor- an and Rariden, Whitchousc Plank, Willctt and Hartley. Baltimore............ I 'I 1 .Chicago 281- SUNDAY GAMES JliifTalo............... 2 Kansas City 6 1 St. Louis 2 2 St. Louis -2 Baltimore.......... -1 Chicago 5 Baltimore.........t 0 Chicago 2 INTERNATIONAL SATURDAY GAMES Harrisburg......... 0 Buffalo 5 Ilairisbiirgi......., 0 Buffalo 1 Richmond..........11 Rochester 4 Richmond.......... 0 Rochester a Jersey City....... 1 Toronto ......12 Jersey City....... 0 Toronto 1 7 Montreal ii Providence.........10 5 NORTHWESTERN SATURDAY GAMES Tacoma.............. B Spokane 2 3 Seattle....... 2 SUNDAY. GAMES Tacoma.............. 0 Spokane 1 Tacoma.............. L Spokane 0 Kcattlc............... 2 Vancouver 7 1 Ringside, Brighton licach, Y., Pept. the largest crowd lUal.cver wilncssnt a boxing match in i-iiis eoiintry. Mike Oibhons of St. Paiil ouipoiitlwi Pa'Jkey Me Garland of Cuicat-o ia a no-deci- sion contest here tonight. The bout, which brought together two of UIP cleverest boxers in the rinj; today, liai'd-i'otijiht from .start to finish, but Gibbons scored the more frequent and more effective blows. TttcKarlaiid showed that his lonp; absence from the ring, had dulled his speed and power to snap punches In vulnerable points of his opponent's head and body. MeFarhmd shown! flashes of his old rupid-fire left, but the leads were little more than snaps and did not iheck Gibbons' more ei" fcctivc i .McFarland appeared nervous; he entered the ring and was noi. linely cnnditioneii as his opponent. Tlio St. Paul phantom im- mediately took Uie and showed that he intended to make a fieht of it instead of a sparring ex- hibition. There was power behind al- most every blow that he landed and he found "litth: difficulty iu heating the stockyards boxer to the punch. For the first four rounds Gihbons was always in the lead, playing al- ternately for the head arid body. McFarland Angreasjve in Fifth In the fifth HIcFarland took the ag- gressive and being thoroughly warm- ed up, {ought desperately to .stem the t-ide of defeat. Gibbons'met him halE way, however, and the best 'the Chi- cago boxer could Ret was an break in this round. Mike increased his speed in the sixth and scored the' majority of ef- fective blows. McFarland made a strong play for Gibbons' body, but lattered covered so well that few of ilv.' blows reached their objective. Packer cut loose in the seventh and rained" a sliower of blows to Gibbons' face, on? of which split the St. Paul boxer's left eyebrow. McFarland tried to otitslug his op- ponent in the next period, but al- though the latter was beginning to weaken he staggered Packey with sev- eral blows to the head and still maintained his lead. McFarland. came up with a smile in the eighth and fought with his old confidence. McFarland Strong at End He outboxed aud outpunclied Gib- bons, and continued his advantage in the final round, being strong at the finish and master of his opponent. Tbe long lead that Gi'bbohs 'had gain- ed in the earlier however, was too great be overcome, and the consensus of opinion was strong- ly in favor of the St. Paul boxer as the winner on points of the largest purse ever1 offered for so short and decisionless bout. A throng which was estimated at witnessed the contest, includ- ing several thousand women. Gibbons Is Favorite Gibbons was the favorite in the wagering at odds ranging from S to 5 to 3 to I and while no large sums were staked there were hundreds of ..swat! IK-IS. A cluster of 'if! odd pow- erful arc- lights permitted the taking of moving A purse of was divided, M7.51JO to Mr-Karland and JLO.UIHI lu (ribbons, neither of whom was dam- aged to any gnwt C'xl.ml or in seri- ous danger of a knockout during the JO rounds. The newspaper verdict on the is ;is follows Thtj World, Sun, llt-r- aid anil Press for McrKarland, The Tribune foe Gibbons, and The Amer- ican Times, Telegraph and Sunday j up.i for a draw. {MORSE STAR OF CANADAN MEET Toronto, Out., SeiiL Morse j of New York was the star of the Can- j adian National athletic meet today, winning the li'JO and sprints, former in 10 seconds flat and the laliur in 2 Hi seconds. Abel Kiviat (of New York won the 1000-yard spe- Jcjiai, beating Ted Meredith of Phila- idriphia anil- Jack Tressider, the Can- ;adiart champion, in a close finish. The j time, was slow, as the runners iloafcri in the earlier stages, j George Colliding, the world's cham- i i-'i'-n walker, mack- a new Canadian j record, when he came home alone from the scratch in a two-mile handi- cap iu Htinnes the New York Fin'iander, started at scratcli in a' I three-mile bandicai) in winch he con- I eede.il all competitors from 30 seconds to minutes. Ho wore them all down, except Dellow, the Canadian Marathoner, and Joyce oC Buffalo. The Finn's time was DISTURBER IV. WINS Chicago, 111., He-pi. Itirber IV.. the !0-l'oot hydro- plane, owned by Commodore: Jam UK A. Hugh of the Chicago Yacht won thtt third anil deciding race 1'of tho Wi-igley trophy and Un.1 Amcrienu speed boat cliainiiionship, hen; today. Hwturber IV. also won two other i.-vcnts. WINNER OF BIG MOTOR BOAT RACES MRS. POMMER CALIFORNIA GOLF CHAMPION Dei Monte. Sew. A. It. Poninitr. of 3au Fnmeist'o to- day 'the title or stale and Dul .Mont1.: woman golf champion by in brilliant style .Mrs. Thomas S. Hater of the litirlingame Cnnntry club, 1 and. u to play. BOW ISLAND MAN IN TROUBLE Medicine Hat, Alt ;.M. Jlouglin of Bow city night, before la, ing freely, if not too that -while in his cm utterances about in niiiri, etc., and this oars of the police, trail and in thy coi found tliat he was they took him in a that he was mixed i similar case at lio1 I but lie was let off. fined 'Magistm ing imposed a fine him for procuring i j dieted. lie paid; a.. Sept. .slainj caimj to tlio ami was It. i.s said '.s ho uttered KOiiiii a. (Icr- f.vs gm to the They went on his of their probe n interdict, and so uyway. H is said up in a somewhat v Island recently, and three others to !iae this mom- it So and costs on itjuor whiie inter- j Above shown IV., whiehc j won (he Cup f i tlio 11 can national championship. This boat broke ai'i records in the sec- ond race by covering the course at ihe rale of .Vt mi'ies pel- hour NIGHT BASEBALL TO BE 17 j Red Deer, clcir 31 21 Calgary, fair 32 2S .02 i llaclcod, cloudy 55 31 (Medicine Hal, snow 34 22 .10 Prince Albert, fair 3IJ 1-1 Moose. cioudy .17 28 .15 Qu'Appele. cloudy'........ 411 28 .01 Uauphiii, cloudy 31 1.00 lirando'ii, fair -1ri 2f! cloudy 48 38 Port Arthur, rain 51 38 .01 Nelson 55 31 Foremost, .sriou-ing 30 25 The weather the prairie prov- inces has been cloudy- and heavy frosts and snow in some places. FORECAST: All Partly fair and coIcTtoday and on Tuesday, with I light local [arts of-Sii'ow cr'sfcct. i v squeezes Jus riDs agaanst those of the umbrella. He is waiting for rain.to drive Point 7 his way. While Herb is busy you've a great chance to hunt it in the package! -1_ Crowded witli flavor purity 2_Vclvcty GRIT. a daylight factory 3__Crmnble-oroof by hands PEPPERMINTAND CINNAMON FLAVOURS Made in f Suitable rewards for the discovery of the 7th point mill be qffcrsd later. THE French Kiver Is, iBToality, n chain of small lakes connecting Lnke Nlplsslng on the oast with tlio Georgian Bay on tlio west, a (llslanco o( sKty nllloa Prior to the completion of the pf tlio Caiuidian PaoKIc Railway io June, 1908, which crosses llw French River two hundred and fourteen miles north of Toronto, forty five niiles of thu magnificent' waterway was practically Inaccessible. Until then these wilds of Northern Oiitarlo were unexplored, excepting by luiibermpn' French Station, where tho rallmr, crosses the French River, ia the most convenient centre for hunting area. From French the canoeist can reach the French Village, nineteen miles 16 the neui, ylth out three portages, or, the possessor of a launch may travel at mile's cast to fin Mile Haplds; from Pickerel mile and a quarter south of French, lauath may be for a ttlpi nineteen miles west to Petite Dalles Rapids, from which polat tile French Village may he reached by footpath, a distance of one mile; or the laurrh mai bo to the fist of KId4V Landing, a distance pf seven miles; there is also the- Dry Pino Day-Murdock River and chain of small lake? -anno trip to Wanup and down thr Wahnapttne to Utlle WahnpjHtaf to'OxTJike, the continence of the''Drench anil Pickerel Rivers; which give but a glimpse of the vastncK) of these almost virgin fishing and hunting wilds Apirt from cabin ordtacrn offered by. Mr., Martin M. Fenton, Mr. Wm. A. Elder, am! Messrs. Duliols and Eldon, an Outing in this district must be considered a rampinK nropmlHen, prospective sportsmen not .mtkUf through tentleinou should nrsoavp accordingly, Eicellent ilshlng Is found all through Als district, portions of W tbo ubovu iUiulratloBfc v ;