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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta BIGMESONIIR President Wilson Saw Senators Defeat the Highiahders--The Athletics Chased Joe Wood to Cover-Detroit Lost to St. Louis-Giants Shut Out by Boston and Brooklyn Beat the Phillies-Other Games Postponed ? POSTPONEMENTS National-ChloB�o-St. Loais, rain. Glnoinnatt- Pittsburg, wet grounds. American - Cleveland - Chicago, Tain. Waahinglion, April 10. - President TIGERS WRNT DOWN St. Louis, April 10. - Weilman'a pitching was too n>uch for Detroit, and St. Louis won the opening game, 8 to 1. Shotten's fielding was th: feature of the game. Score ijjr innings : Detroit ............010 000 000-1 6 1 St. Louis .........100 110 OOx-'-S 7 0 Batteries - AtuIIen and SStanagc ; WcHraan and Agnew. COBd STIUu OUT Angusta, Or.. A^fVl 10.- "Wheu m-esldettt Natln accepts my oft�r I will rapoft at once, and am In shaps to jump right Into the gate*," *�CIated Tyrug Cobb, toniiiht. Cobti is the Detroit Altt6rtca�i "hold, onf  C�fb1). whtt aWvefd here this aft�raoon, decllaed i1. Cupt. Hihderaon was, however Juet "nosed out" of the famoua Toronto HarbdpmaStor'i hat, given every year tei the %rit cajitan entering le City" got tHIa honor, beating the Maeaaaa out on ItaToronto Harbor. Oaptatii MWdlcka with the "Dalhoua return trip by an hour. hit ly innings, and a three-bagger by Cutshaw in the eighth with tJie bases exciting plays. McConnell of New York was ^ the victory in s M tr beir ruppr. � I * ^^^^^^^ The president stayed throughout the od-y 11 t. 3. Ragan was^very nine innings. Score by innings : Wnshington ......000 000 20x-2 New York .........100 000 000-1 lective, except in the eighth inning, v/hen Miller and Cravath, pinch hitters, hit safely and scored fn sacrifice flies. The cold, cloudy weather WINNER IN OPEN HIGH JUMP CLEARED SIX FEET AT CALGARY SHOW Calgary, April l9.'-CJount De Ro-aldc's bay gelding,*^'Sioux, won the open high Jump here tonight with a leap of six feet, being two inches less iiuiun =.u...,c=�.v,... ---------_----than the present Calgary record of and Llnning wide, both shots being i six feet two inches, held by D. P. well saved. Xhb.*efencelnow took;MacDonald's Smpkex. - Sioux won , . ^ , . Tn._,ith i kept the attend.ince down. Batteries-Jolmson and In"T'*-* � iBr^oj^lyn ........Ill 000 161-U 14 0 ifcConnell and Sweeney. | Philadelphia . ..OOl 000 020- 3 7-3 Batteries-Ragan and Irwfn ; Chal- ATHLETIC3 BEAT RED SOX Boston, April 10. - The world's champions lost to the former title hoUerK in the opening game of the season today, the Athletics 10, Red So* 9. Mayor Fitigerald T>ut the . ball into play from^ the pitcher's box. Six pitchers followed hun during the Afternoon- Joe Woods, star of last'.> ] seaison's world series, lasted but live! 1^ Ireland when Special called for K)HN lESON Three Star is served : : lar purse at the Stevenson arena. Both men are to be allowed tlOO for ejqpenses and are to be in Vancouver at leact one week before the boui, completing their training in that city. The purse can be split any way to suit the principals. Hyland Is Willing When seen last night Dick Hyland said that he had wired his acceptance and was awaiting transportation, upon receipt of which he would leave for the coast Immediately. Dick is tickled to death to get .mother chance at Scaler and will start training tbu afternoon, lu order that he may be In the best of condition for the bout. Kid Scaler Is also agreeable to the offer and will accept. The real Tcason for the bout is that an opponent Is required for Joe Bay-ley, and with a splendid arena at Stevenson, about 14 mllee away from VaBCQUvefT, the promoters are fortunately situated to pull off a bout for the lightweight cbatnplonship of Canada. Hyland and Scalar are the two outstanding choices for the privilege of raBBtiog Joe Bayley, and by bringing tbero to Vancouver, the promoters will be able to stage a champlonnhlp boiit early In May. one fine shot and a. wild one right on top ot It. The first period ended with no score and ^e play in favor ot the picked team. The beginning of the second spasm found both teams siialning themselves for a strenuous time. The Overseas went straight to their opponents' territory but Tennant obtained possession of the ball and witb a clever run and a magnificent pass suoceeded In getting a shot, which waa saved by Patteison. While In the petmlty area Bannermac handled the ball and the Overseas were penalized, Willets kick ing the goal. After >the score was made "The Rest" seemed to lag some what, feeling sura that the Seas could not tie the score. It was evident that the boys were tired, this being their first real game, and they did not exert themselves except when necessary. So the Seas had the lion's share ot the play, but ^mo was called before they could get paot the net for a point. The teams were evenly matched and gieat cr�dlt Is due the Overseas In being able to bold the cream of the city league to a 1-0 score, and that a penalty, which with a kicker like Wlilets is pretty sure to end In a score. Following is the Uneup: "The Rest" Mclntyra; Holberton and Easton; Brennan, Whyte.and Clark; Bestwick, Wlilets, Glen, Llnning and Tennant. Overseas Hewitt; Horne and Patterson; Shaw, Mullen 'and Bannerman; Oui-r, Simm, Brennan, McMillan and Brown. The game was efficiently reforeed by J. Gurr. standtird bred maro Mdna - J SMALLPOX SCARE WANES Minneapolis, April 10.-The small pox scare among the ball players of Minneapolis has about died out I�te today physicians made an examination ot the players, and reported ro cause for alarm. ^ Wliinlirtig. April 11.-The marketa today were: Whea Open May .. , .i........ 91 .Tulr .. .u ----- .... 91% October ........ 88% Oet,- May....;........ S6% July............... 8fl% Flax-May ............. 114 July ne% October -......... 120 V4 Clioting Cash Price* Wheat- \ .No. 1 NortV.em .. ........ jNo. 2 Nortbom........... No. 3 Northern .. No. 4 Northern .... .... .. No. f. .... .,.............. No. e.................. Peed............. ... .. Winter Wh�Mt- No. 1 ... ... >....... NO. 2 ... ........... No. 3.....,............ No. 4.....*............ Oate- No. 2 C. Wl........... No. 3 c. wr............ Ex. No. 1 Iteed........... No. 1 Feed............. No. 2 Feed j........ ... .. Barley- No. !i.....H........... No. 4......,........... I^eiected .................. 4.1 Feed.................43 - Flax-No. 1 N. W. (8............ 118 Oiosn 91% 92 U 89 >i 85% �6Vi 118)^ 11�%-120',4 �0'A 87% 84% 81Vi 76% 71 . fi2 02% 80 87 83%' 34% 3B% 33% ;hi:% 80 49% 49 (By C. P. McDonald) "These practice games," says Jones to me, 'Don't show Just what the boys will , be 'Wbon summer comes. The games they play In earnest ain't the games today. This tralnln' stuff somehow don't act Upon my system, and you get My goat with all this fool red tape Of how they're roundln' Into shape. "Why, I recall the days wliaa we Played ball Just like It ougbt to be; The first mild day ot spring we'd go To some big lot and stage the show. No gloves in them days; just the hand That nature gave us-^no grand stand; Ko holdouts, contracts, legal scraps No magnate owned the old time chaps. I Carberry and Mcllyea Buchanan-Rice..... Nlcholson-Youog Johnson-Cartle...... Long-Hayter....... R. Suithorland-Edey .. Sutherland-Shannon.. >unne-Clark ... .... Illtcbell-Wrlght .... .5 5 r> 4 4 �1 4 3 1 Lost 3 3 3 4 4 MONTANA BOXING COMMISSION HOLDS ITS FIRST SESSION Meeting is Conducted In Butte to Con-Idar Siiggftstlons on Regulating ftghta KILLED BOXlNa BILL St. Paul, Minn, April 10.-The Senate ot the Minnesota legislature today killed the MoellerbUI, legalizing limited boxing contests in this state. ENGLISH LBAQMp QAMg ' London, April 10.-In the Bouthern League today, Qoicen's Park Rangers defeated Bristol Hovers, by 2 goals to nil. , ., CUBAN JUMP8 REDS Romanach, the Cuban sfhbfttitop, signed (by Manager Tinker.for .a .trial with the Reds, has already "Jumped" the team. The youdgsteir Is deeply attached to Cuba and has decided to play with teams on tho Island in preference to the "big league." Tinker hag fined Marsana and Almeida, Cubans, $26 each for betog late (tt rw;rs, which wil bo closed out below cost. Milk Complete $27.00 eaich Baggers - - $7.00 , Let us quote you Prices for WfDtven Wire FeBcing and Barb Wire J. B. ihonss 78B and 1768 TDRNEY & COMPANY Lethbrldge, Alta. ia45 Setiond Ave. 72 ;