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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta "aeri .THE DAILY HERALD. Tluifsflay, September is, 1913_ SLIM RACES YESTERDAY PROGRAM EQUAL TO FIRST DAY; Homer Mack Captured Free-for-A'.l in Three Heats and Twice Ran Within a Second of Track T. Won His Race Race Bucking DARING AVIATOR WHO FLIES HEAD DOWNWARD feature of the seroad and last day ot the Lethbridge Turl Club meet was.the dfcpatch.with which.-ite en- tire ftcsiam was run of. Thcr.igh the vier-a'y as Mary. She was a hard little ;beast to saddle, and when the rider had mounted once, .the saddle came loose, and she. dismounted voluntarily, 'the horse throwing herself, which gave the wranglers an opportunity to cinch tip pretty tight. -As soon u the rider fjcceeded In yetting aboard for keeps Jlary broke'lnto a run, .and gave oce .final jump. But H was no she was'iiot in ths baciilns hiiior yeator ;diy, and nothing would make hei 'come.through. She la owned by and had not been ridden to three years.. She threw Stan. Whitney sir ilihes before he finally con l Whllney'j Ropinj .Stau.-Whllney had an- ollogclht new line-up of ronlng stunta n-er Eiccllent. Stan. Is the hoy who ca 2.2411; Sailor -T. proved, himself the prsb in the race at each appearance the In "three heats, bea aj Gaietyi Girl for first position o .ach occasion, daftly Girl had it o Chestnut Hal. for second even a Sailor T. had her for first Sant 'oints beat Hal 'Mack for fourth pos 1 1- 2 2 33 4 5 Fern Hal mDnoiHant, In it Juiliy, France, week, he made hl> rtmarkakle hiad downward flight of a quarter of.a mile to dtmonttrate InMry that-a' prsperiy wnltructtd aeroplan cannot cjipiiii In ttii tic, may rloM by the pilot, evtn i blown by wind In any petition. Lady Goo 4 3 J.1T. There was nothing to it but Homer Mack in liis was In fine form and there w'fs nath- .._ in his class ronninj alialnst him. Liberia fought a game battle with the winner on every occaslont-but'ivas a stern'chaser at the The race wai settled in tifee heati, -.-Homer Mack coming under, the wire nrst In each, heit, followed Fern rial captured third money'and Lady Qoo Goo landed Sailor T.-in the nrst Mack was a Third Rsc'e. The three-eights, dash, was oH in two hwts; La.Deiter.-.tlie favorite, took both heats in.Imndy'fithipn, Do- minion and Smoke divided second pod third money. The other horses 1n the d Ida. VdrdonLeads in Qualifying Round Golf Series Englishman Made 36 'Hotes on {Brookline Course m 15 Player Well Large Gallery Brooklice, Sept. English.professional "and nn_ Anaeri- "tie first sesticii qualifying r'o'Jnrt oi the United States open gpll enam- course pt the Country club :quality- dusk! There were' sir entries in .the In- dian half-mile go. Joe Healy, the faVorite, came up-frdm bshlnd and in the stretch overtook 'Eagle Till Chief and Chief Among "Timber, and won out by a length In a. terrHc gallop. The time was KVs.. Other horses' in the race were ridden .by and finished in the following order: Bob '.-Rid ing Black Horse; Maxwell Weasel Fat aod Crooked Ribs: total of 151 strotes' for. .the 36 ot professionals, iccludtog McDonald ICALGARY LACROSSE FAN HIRE SPECIAL FOR COCHRANE GAME Calory, Sept. lacrosM fan in uho can get Ironi business Thursday afternoon, ii planning lo take the Chinook special for I'cchranc, to sea tlie play- eu- York Scott and Schalk Ford, sn3 ossett and Reynolds. Second Mcago......: t-K 'York Smith and' Schill nd Gossett. leveland...................... ostori......................... Fnlkenberg and .Caiisch 'odrt and 6 S Kisbcr ofl with the Hirer twelve, (el tiie Alberta t-liarupionship and tUa right to go to the. coast ar.d play fcr the.Mann cup. The. CliingjVs trainbj hard and it contdeLee counts lor any- thing, they come out on top, but the lliver boys, while not so boastful, have also been in steady training and can be expected, to ghe a good account or themselves. The special train will siatt- Irom High Hiver at 13.20, on Thursday, and will reach Calgary at 2.15, pro- ceeding to I'ochrace, wheio it is due at 3 o'clock. The Irain will stop .281 .081 Leonard, 4 C 3 it.' Louts 'htladelphia Mitchell, Baumgardoer Alex- nder; Brown, llouck, Bush and app and Schang.B Detroit 5 10 l Vashlngton...................... 120 Dubuc and, Gibson; Clallia, Love ind Ainsmifh. .1 right at tte- polo grounds EO that the fans will have no long walk ahead ol them. The game should be over by 5 o'clock and about 6 the train will start back flam Cocurane and is clua in Calgary by 7.15. There will le accommodation on S 14 i' i 'rain tor about 500 local lans, nd a cheap rale ol 35 cenis, as been arranged for the trip. Second game )etroil Vashlnglon Williams and Gibson Henry. 0 10 2-73 Boebling and National All games-postponed, wet grounds. Smith; of Wylagl, with lot T. M S'amara, one of the three home-brn nearly every round. Walsh did not Und half a dozen, blows up. to the tenth. Then he started an attack of left and right swings, several of which found their mark 'on Kilnane'a fcody and neck. The latter, aroused, rain- til MoVs upon his opponenl, and one right uppercut stnt to the He. was apparently dazed for a second or two, but tparring for time, waited during a co-jnt of eight, and straight- enert put for action, Kllbene mshsd him but was stopped by the bell. Except for the twelfth round, this was the only extended series of punch- its light In the cloa- eg sessions, Walsh -became the as- feTCSEOr. TAKE ATHLETIC COURSE Parla, SwlH, the world-famous though n years announced his Inten- tion ol going to Rheims, to.take, the course in athletica provided-by the College of Sports, the national insti- tution for training Olympic athletes. Rodin Is tho president of toe College ol Athletes, his greatest to see Franco beat all nations at the Berlin Olympiad, In- 101S. Kls pur pose In going to llheims to benefit his own health, and get a line, on wha- France Is the way of prcpara tlon for 1SW Brookllne, Mass., Sept.. Wilfred B BeW, of telling the pace, championship golf began In earnest at tbe Country club" today. A warm rain was drenching, the links as the liltlo Englishman.drove oif. An hour later Harry Vardon, also of England, and the favorite ''for the championship this le'ft- tSe firat tee; but il was almost- noon'- before Louis Tellier, of Francs, and Edward Fay, of England, the th'e for. eigntTs, began tlielr Initial rounds. Before the field of..alxty-four play ers, n'ho had survived the two (jnalffy ng" rounds, lay rcore.than fourteen miles ot the rough Country "club COL-SB. The round of the coarse L a .trifle under 3 3-5 to be played twice today and tomorrow. For tin golfer, professional or a.mateur, wh' playg this stretch of country and hole oat the seventy-two four-Inch cups i the least number of strokes, tfcR cham pionahlp cup awaits fcl.m. With tho honor v III go 1300 In cash a. gold medat. if. H. Hllldn, of Is the only awaleur. who EW ENGLISH BOXER HAS" BOUT FIXED WITH RITCHIE Sept. O'Neill, English soldier boxer, leaves for he .United Slates on September 24, o meet Willie Ritchie In a contest for the lightweight championship. ENGLISH FOOTBALL RESULTS London, Sept. of Ol Country games played. First division 0; Preston North End, Southern League: Watford, 0; Reading, 0. Crystal Northampton, 0. BASEBALL -.TABLES National 'hlladelphla 73 irooklyn 5S Boston I. 58 60 St.' Louis 4S W. L.- P.C.' 01 15 M3 SI 60 CO .665 65 75 75' S3 94 .52S A3S .338 'hlladelphia Ciovelacd Vashington Dostor. Chicago Detroit St. Louis York American .573 .626 .511 .357 Assooiafion Milwaukee Minneapolis CoIumb'uB v. Louisville :t.'Paul... Kansas City Toledo...... Indla'napolli 90 .v 92 57 84' 72 S4 61 62 62 63 67 68 82 80 51 32 .593 .567 .653 .415 .412- .402'. Vancouver Portland Victoria... Tacbma Spok'ane 90 SI 83 76 70 65 65 6T 73 S3 88" SO .550 .645 .B32 .478 .423 llNMAN CHALLENGES HOPPE FOR TITLE FOOTBALL Glasgow, Sept.. Cup, re- play: Pirtlck Thistle, 0; Third Lanark, 0. Scottish League: Ayr United, 1; Dumbarton; 7.- Vancouver, B.C., Sept. buurno Inman, world's champion Eng- lish billlardlsl, U out with, a chal- lenge to Willie Hoppe, world's cham- pion American bllltardisl, for tho world's all-round, championship. has ever won an-opon championship, either here or the championship round be- gan today, there wero several. non- professional golfers In the running. UDGE TELLS KID HOW 'TO SLIDE BASES San Francisco, Judge Graham used to b'e president ol he Pacific Coast Baseball league; and cnowg how the game should be' ed. Yesterday, In allowing Mrs. Dorella. Yoell, J150 ot an Inheritance fund 16. pay a doctor's bill incurred for son, Laurence, .who broke hla arrn three times playing ball, the- Judge "The trouble with Laurence li'Uitl he slides hands first for the.home plate. You want to .Instruct hltn to elide, feet flrsl, and thera won't doctor hllis." fires arc menacing propcrt] FALL FA SHI ON. SHOW FOR'MEN All that is good, new, worthy and attractive may.'bc seen now in the Scml-' ready Suits and Overcoats. With that precision and care which .expert specialists alone can show in their we have the finest displayever: Suits here at tip; with Special Order Sample Suitings as high as 540 and in value. We find our clientele demanding the best fabrics made in the world. We have them to show you. THE SEMI-READY STORE Block S, C. BATEMAN, Mp. ;