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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE LETIIBJUIKJE DAILY RKRALO Monday, September 1913 OUIMET WINS AT BROOKLINE American Open Golf CliampionsKip Captured for United States by French-Canadian Youth-Won 18-Hole Tie-Playoff Salurrkv From Great British Professionals An American youlli uf GiiKuliaii-Fn.'ndj stripling, scarcely oul of Itis a tiu'.ln.1 lor him- self in international spurting history at Hruokline golf links Friday, when Francis Uuimcl tied with Kn.cltimrs fiimous professional gdlfers. Harry Vunlnii and Kihvartl Hay, in the final round of the national open cliainiminship ami in the play-on" Saturday succeeded in carrying off the- honors uf the day against his celebrated opponents. Broolcline, Mias.. Sen name nddeJ to America's list tocisy when Kra-jcls Oulmet. a young NEWARK INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS New York, Sept. falterej at the finish, and Newark won En the International league to- day, ending a r2ce for the flag that was the closest and most exciting in Rochester spoiled the last chance to land the championship by Icilng a double-header with To- ronto. Newark meanwhile won two contests from Jersey City The final standing is as follows: j Ne-.vjrk Rochester Baltlmcre Buffalo Providence Montreal Tcrcnlo Jersey City W. 95 32 77 78 69 L. 57 62 73 75 S3 77 P.C. .597 .513 .510 M: .ISO .461 .340 SPEEDY TORONTO SAILING SKIFF Among those wlo struggled to I Ouiinet's was a little, dressed whose hair was streaked with gray. She v.as bimekd ea of ibe United oce lvav, then another, in the j crush, but. persevering, finally c! victors in international -H local amateur, T-'on the 19lh Stale; Golt Association. Tee Winnies e-! ijis national wis lifted to an Inittascioaal plane, jstoad almost utder tin chi-n- flM to the Eonintlonal circumstances of the jilay. the of Ihc throng swirled ami edd- tmraats whoa debated during bis four Jays' march :o Ssfely in his qualifying round the boy trailed the leaders the firsi half of the championship round; wilh Harry Vardon and Hay. tae famous English professionals for first in the final round; thea oalplaved today in iiie IS-bole eitra round which necessary to decide tie chircpionEblp, Two Strikes Under Par Ouiciet woa a score of 72 two ur--der par for one of the hardest courses in the cou-try. Vardon ftnlsheil nve strokes hcaliid Oitimet, Tvita 77; Hay third place with It not the actual defeat of tliss famous pair oi" golfers so much as the manner of their de-feat thst entitled Ouimtt's narae to rank with that of .Maurice E- cbanpion in aui Harry .Payne Whitney. leader, fn polo. Oulnut. a tall, slender youth JUEI past tis leens, not only out- ied about his With hat pushed teck, ami shining eyes, she looVcd up and called ttc oce word, PRETTY Till BUTE TO MOTHEK Ouimel glanced and catchins sight ot tfce little woman jetked his hands iron those of his adniirers and reaching grasped her uplifted ha ads. What she Wiis lost in the but thuse near heard QuimeL say your mother I'll le home soon." The crowd, most of them uncon- scious of the incident, swept Ouimet Saturday Brooklyn.............., o 4 I Plltsburg I 6' 1 Allen auJ Flslior; Hoblnson ncd Simon. Second game: T 4 12 0 UUburK............... 3 c 2 Uronu and piEher; Duffy aua fllb- CD. 'irst Game Played by Touring Rugby Team Captured by Them by Long Odds Chicago Alander and Maycs1 and Stack, lavender and Arcber. Uoston Tyler and Sflydcr. WIDGEON, OF THE R. C. Y. C. FLEET just plaVc-d and pat-nerved Yarilon and P.ay in the plavoff. a -soaiJsrful his mother. slipped to in', itself uut succeeded in baltlins his way tUrougb largest aad most the outskirts and hurried rE-nirSable field of entrants thai ever piayetl [or an American title. j across the flrlrt to her home, Wiea Oulmel played his final stroke the persons who hail tramped j across the street. tbrmign the heavy mill aufi liripplnc grass behind the trio of golfers for at uioEt thrco. ijourd realized isfcat tbt victory meant to American golf, and tfcj scenes of elation followed were marked by genuine enthUiJasn. SHOWED KAKE NERVE nov trie tournament began Ray and Var- The pride in" Ihc young American's don were two to one favorites. Even, victory was ail tte'more. justified be- after had tied them wagers cause he had responded Hay and Vardon, whose fight lor the open championship -brought out the possibilities of Ouirr.et.as a go'i- er, were cot loreotten in the tion of victory. Each Knglislnian was This IE tht skiff that wan the club championship for the 16-foot class. Sh; is 3 very lively li'.tlc craft, and has been up with all of them in the races this summer, MACLEOD BEAT COCHRANE FOR 3RD PLACE AT SPOKANE in perfect were form to a test o! cervc, stamina and the Knglishmcn would defeat bin, hum-ledge of golf r.cver before re-: and even or flay or Vardoa quired of a player in a natioaal tour- i against alone. Earcrat. HOMES' HURL FLOiVKRS On the other hand, his Tcteran op-1 The scenes of jr.Mtilation on "Ihrec tirnts three" before the parade started for the dressing j T aid at five to four that one of quarters, where the recent i changed to dry preseatatioa ol the tr.tdhls and (jl prizes. milTON'S PUA1SK.VICTOR During this in. which Sec- tried players of maay a" home green after the match had John Ueid, jr., acted as mas- hard woa match In rariocs parts of; won -xeic, therefore, natural expres-jter oi ceremonies, both Ray and Var- Ifcc world, broke undfr the stra-n, sions oi pride anfl pleasure at Oui-'don took the opportunity- to pia'ie Oyimet to foish as coolly as met 's sivcctas in u chani- he had started. The very lact thai p'ior.ship for Anierica was con- Vartion and Uar; could not hold up sideied earlier In the week" lo cross t as a sportsman and Ray said that Ouimet had plated under the stress of the struggle ihe Atlantic. Ouimet nd 0 8 1. and tbird honors in the first Spokane in- .ernatinDnl polo tournament yester- day aifcmoon, when it won the final ;ame of the series from Corhranc, 8J- to 5. In all but the final perioJ the llacleoii players everything their own way, keeping the hall in L'ochrar.e's territory continually. tnrnediately alter the start ol play Harry Evans took the ball out i.f a tangle on midfield and, dribbling it to within about 50 (ect- of goal, shot it straight as an arrow througb the middle of the 'After, five min- utes more of play, in which neither Goal by Proud o! Macleod goal by Crilchley of Cochrane. Fourth period by Scrougall of Maclsod goal by KoberUon of Macleoil, goal by Rhodes of Cocbiar.e. Fifth period- deal by Scrougall ol Macleod. Sixth score. Seventh period Goal by Evans of Macleod goal by ficrougall of Macleod. Kighth period by Critchlcy and two goals by Ubodes ol Cochrnne. Score by periods: Cochrane A 1 I 1 0 0 0 Maclrod 4112103 There was a safety by Robertson in lie second period, a ioul by Landalo CALGARY TIGERS BEAT EDMONTON ESKIMOS Grfgg and O'Kelll; Csldwtll Chicago-Boston: Riin. LEAGUE GAMES Internattonal Saturday, -5, Jersey. Sunday i, Montreal 1. Montreal 5, Buffalo 5. Toronto 5, Rochester 3. Toronto 6, Rochester 3. Newark 2, Jersey City. 1. Newark 1, Jersey City 3. goal vas seriously threa'eneji Guy p in the thinl, fouls by Kpbertson actl i'roud shot the hall from close (o-I'e La Vrrgr.e in the fourth, the scor- thc sidt lints lo Captain Hanr taking penalties into account, tK- Calgary, score at the fmisli o! tlie first rugby football game of the season, which was play- etl in Calgary on Saturday, was Tigers, 16 Eskimos, 6. 'As the Cal- gary team liad trie hcttcr of the same for ahout three-quarters of the time, and the Kdmcmton team rlccidcdly the belter ol tlie game one-quarter of the lime, so figuring it out that ivay the scare represents the comparative play. However, there was little lo chouse helween Hie two teams. ertson, who was vailing in front ol the uprights, and Robertson ly lo be a subject of comment by the international contingents ing 81 lo J. POKTLAXD THE WISSKIIS Spok'ar.e, Sept. 20. The timer's bugle blew just as the little white ball skipped away outside the bound- (ary line, Portland rooters Cuchrane. made its first score v on (t.e side with the ball atoat id yards fromnihite-helmeled, bluc-sbirfed Portland I goal." the Macleod .tlick scecl ir.g a goal after tour minutes of .'lay. the Maclcod goal as the'result of a players lioislci! their mallets and long drire by C'ritcliley, seven pav- ers rotie over hall and allowed of England and the United Slates, j Several times loday the gallery via-1 llatcd the elhks of the sport by Ic G. H. Rhodes a clean shot- After exercise, a bottle of ALBERTA'S PRIDE "Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier 'of lost energy cooling, 1 third-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 i-hecring wildly whenever" Ouimet Ithc ha" lhrown "M1 bv gained'a point! The oulhiirsls crec took il occurteil yesterdaj, but Ouimet was'buncl1 ar'd shot- then phying v.ilh George Sargent who hail no chance for first place lcal" W0lk as "as gave three 'rahs for. North Fork, the Korth Forkers reciprocated and Ihe 1013 pony polo honors for Spokane's first international lournaineitf be- longed (O'the quartet representing I'ortlanil. Final score: Portland, 1J S'orth fork, 31. Portland" champions then rode flhcdcs showed as prcl-! their mounts, through the narrou. Ian: 1 lhe c'Shlh period Cochrane piaj- game. Almost as ?oon as sefn anj Al'I'l.AVSE MOTIIKHS THE j time this week in .scoring the last I two goals for C'ochrar.e. The lineup: Maclcod Cocr.ranc Today it was ififlcrfnt, an-1 Ihcselproud..............No. 1 DC l.a Vexgn; oulhreaks plainly anrioyed holh Kay: Scrougall..........No. 3 and Vardon. Approaching the hole Ray deliberately halted a s acd refused to play until Ijie oiccr- 7th! Robertson 3 '..Critchley (C.) Association Salurday 7, Kan- sas City 1. Olher' games postponed on. account of rain. Sunday .9, Kan- sas City .3. Louisville 3, Kansas 0. Columbus 4, Milwaukee 3.. Jlil- waukes 3, Columbus 1. Northwestern Saturday 9, Viclor- a 3. Victoria 4, Tacoma 1. Portland 13, Seattle 3. Sunday 2, Spo- kane 0. Seattle 7, Portland 0. Vic- toria 8, Tacoma 1. DARING FRENCH FLYER AGAIN LOOPS THE LOOP from the infield past the kiltips iiand out onto: the" track, and with ap- plause rippling frotn the grandstand received .the big silver loving cup and Ihe foiir individual trophy cups from the hands ol Mrs. Thaddcus S. l.ane dl this city, assisted by President Versailles, Sept. French aviator, Pegoud, who recently made as upaEdc Might, accomplished another daring meat In a self-impos- ed task, i-TOvfns the stability of hte aeroplane, Afttsr ,-mounting lo a great hefght, Pcgoiid dipped his left wing and'hla machine turned over on one Elde, The aviator then fl aotne secontlf .head downward, Ihen gained an upright position by graceful ]y looping a loop. During the course of dcscTlhlnR loop, Fngoild 'was (lying upside down at a height at 1GQ0 fctt. Ho descender! In this riosUlon 'oUy ono ihouaand. fett, completing a oop swiftly and gracefully. the fust No. .......-Uhqrle-SjThornBs S. f-'irst by Kvaiis The final game was a Titling; climax ing This action of the Kobcrtsnn of Macleod. Second .perfoil lo' the polo thai inter- had little or no cfiret on the result, i-Uoal hy Krrouxall of Maclrod goal, state fair goers have, lor but a mincer ol golfers publicly v.it- by Uhoties of Cocliraae Safely by time, beui seeing all neck. cri their regret that cheering liifel___________ that at boat (oatball should have occur red, although tT.ry realized staled that il was im- possible to check these outbursts. BRITISH PRESS PRAISE- OUIMET Sept. -22, The Loridon papers join In praise of. the great victory scortd by K-fandi Ouimctl, who on Saturday won Iho opea American golf ehamptor.shlp at .nrooTtllne, They give Iilm full ctedit for hla romfiThfvblc achievement. Charles Webster, ol claims to hwn assaulted and rolibrd ID Calgary, Police cbim p Old Country Football BASEBALL. TABLES National New York Philadelphia Chicago I'ittsburg Boston Brooklyn Cincinnati St. Louis. W. .U. P.C. 93 47 ,C6i .605 61. 66 61 77 78 .82 50 C3 87 .573 .532 .112 .435 .120 .335 American Philadelphia Cleveland Washington Boston Chicago Detroit New York St.' I.ouls W. r.C. 01 49 .eso 82 61 .573 S3 (H .573 72 C5 .535 73 71 81 .134 32 87 .374 53 02 .365 UVANNf, THE BOXER Columbus I Louisville Joe Uianni, middleweight, thc city yesterday ullli his manas" Ass ocia lion w. i Minneapolis............. S3 63 92 61 London, Scpl. following arc eiulta of Ililgby games played on Sat. arday: Hkhmond, 8; Old 17. Welsh, 31: Catford Drfdge, 15. Cardiff. 1; Pc-imth. 0. Albion, ij; Bxctw, 3. Norlhamjilon. 27; Hertford. S. Iiclceater, .T; X. Newport, IT: Urislol, 22. Olonccitir. H; Mostly, 0. MwansM. AbtMvoii, t. LUrtlly, Jl; Mounlaln 0. IVortherrt Union Snlford, 17: SI. Helena. I. Salmon, .0: Kcchdale Hornels, 5. BaroWj.13; 5. Wlgan, 11; Oldharo, 1; Broushton Ransora. Ilinicorn, 2; 10. 10; Ilallley, 0. Uramley, 6; livadford, 2. Halifax, 8; llnddDrslleld, C. Uc vi bury, 8; Wakeflold, 6. TorX, II. Hull Kingston Horns, H. 'Mull, IS, u. Mack Cdurval, rn rotifc from Craa brook, where he was giirn n, decision over Marshall on. Friday night, to his liome in Kails. Joe is very enthusiastic over his progress, and is ready lo incel all uirrws. Thc order- in-couneil, prohibiting prize fights in Alberta, has atleclfd his program somewhat, lut he likes the Pass, and CApctls to pull off another bout there this winter. He is scheduled lo meet Jack Coiinnlly at l.ewtston, Montana, on the 1st oi Ocloher, and Jack Rogers, of l.cthlirldge, on the Ifjth at Oreat Palls. He says he had no" (rouble in pun- ishing "Marshall, and Ind not been fouled, would have tlie decision anyi-.ay. He looks none the worse for bis bailie. Kansas Uily C5 CO Indianapolis C2 .51C .589 .558 .IBS .ill .-100 CARL MORRIS KNOCKED REICH OUT IN ROUND AT SECOND NEW YORK New York, Sept. Morrla, of Sapulpa, Okla.i knock, cd oul Al flclch, of this city, in tbo second round of a scheduled ten- rM.nd boat here. A right lo Ibe Jaw. tf'ct llelch hail been Morn down bj considerable bedy jtunUhment, endet. i toul. "This was Ilelch's secoml toul, as ho made bla rlr-. week, ago) when ho ilur White.. ;