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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, Apfil 15, Revival of the Game in Lelh-bridge Assured-Encouraging Meeting La&t Night V T^e^^^l^^ meeting last night at hotel was -a hummer. )� irhere was enough enthusiasm and :  ftpotigh good .and substantial business .t: itiaasacted by the- representatives and iv pftoottra^iug attendance to warrant :t The. club; Vprefers t the barracks gtnund s^Iorprdctica; purposes', and if - they are suwessfuljn spcar/ng these^^ ' groundl the Jirst; practice will take " place tomorrow evening as soon af-.tec 6 as possible.? 'Everyone . who pla>s the ganie, whether they are ex-jiei-ts ornot,'Will be: welcome to.join iri thi, practice. "In numbers there 1, ��irfngth."' The officers of the ]�. rij >s ^Vclub iitieliere in j this ^ m^ . ^ niid .ut|a?e"a11 Interested' *in-the "pro-riPi. ((fi:|he game;.now that the hall jv-b!^s beinset'airplling; to he on hand: *, '1 m re AylllfehB^^ lacrbsse pri -cticks^, f&c!sdisM&utfonyi among thosei ^^hij. ii�.te-inot:,prbcured.iiiheiir own yet nnii,n'ofOnjfr'Cne^a;b Pitcher Bijbinson weakened toward the *nd of the Jfkme, and gave way to damnita; who had little difficulty in checkiag the rally of the locals. Score:, Pittahurg .. .i.. .... .\ .. 8 15 1 Chicago .. ..,......... 5 10 2 Canmltz ana Gibson; Richie,-Toney and Bresnhaa, : POSTPONED Bostin,: at Philadelphia, rain. St liOUisi at Cincinnati, rain. . Association Columbus .. ...".....�. . Minneapolir > 8 13 6 13 ^ Cde and Smith; lieverett and Owens. . ��4;! .. Toledo................ 3 7 2 Kansas City............ 5 12 t Dygert and larlngstone; La'^elle and Krttcliell, iudlonapolis . St. Paul .... ,; Harrington and -Millar. ^IjOulsyiUe ^Milw;aukoe.......... Salmon and Roth; Hughes. Ainejri The New Yotks were' the first to score. Daniels le�l off with a singly; stole Second, and crossed the plaite on two put-outs. The Red Sox had several opportunities to score, but sharp fielding anff good pitching pre-Tento:? until the 8th. Then Wood doubled, and went to third on an out at first Yerkes fouled to Snlee, and. Speaker was purposely passed. Lewis drove a double tb right'field, sending in two runs. Wood-cptrnck out Walter and HartzeU Iji the ninth and Cree grounde-^ to Janvrln;',: Score: New-York...........l.X 4 1 Boston V 3 8 0 ChldweU and Sweeney; .Wood and Nunamaker ,  , I DETROIT'S.^ FOUR BBRORS Cleveland, Ohio, April 14.-Kahler was wild, ^ut managed to keep De-' troit's hits well scattered; until the eighth inning,'when two; hits, ^an error, arid a base on balls allowed Detroit to it^e the lead aid win, 5 tc 4. Cleveland hit Dubuo hard, and although Detioit made four errors behind him, the locals Qould get but four runs across. In a rally in their half of the seventh Inning, Cleveland scor-ed two runs on three hits, and two errors. As iDii the other ' two games played, Manager Jennings again shifted his line-up. Score: v Cleveland.......... ;. .. Detroit .... ,. .. .. Kahler. Steen'and I^d; and Stanage. '  _ ' 4 13 1 5 11 4 Duhnc tive, is very optlmisfic conccrniug the:/prbs'pOT the game here, i 'J>We: won't recLUire to send out of town' .,,^ for .players; we hr-ve classy mater-' ?wn in the last 'couple :^^J^i�:ife::iw?il?ff>P^^ besiaeS wnAs of: the best of -.." ; \ Chicago............' .. 1 5 2 'St..Louisi..;iV:' v;:7'.'^vv.;,..: 2 7' i White, Benz and Schalk; Wielman and Agnew. .PpSTBONBD, : \Philadelphia, atlWasWngton, rain. -'..iS:!-djst-i----^ mmmmAGUE STAIJIINGS TO DATE l?lrat Division  WjlthiJnly three mote tames to plal' and'two points e: trill joln-^tW camp at the Sfeal Rook Hou$e Sunday. Hopp6,.,-lB, ccredlted j with liaVlng ^&ACra){ed Wolgast down whll� the lat; t^riWas triittlng .for Rito&le. Since tit#^oIgast hsa been eager to> a^ld thelSan, ivknclsoan to his training jlem Tammy Mi�r:phy continued raining at San Rafael for his bout WoJgakst here April 19. His , j�r, Jim Buckley, .is expected to ive from New. York any day. . ATTELL MUST AGAIN. . FACE COMMISSION Aeou4�d of Trying to Blind Walsh By .. V Poking Thumb In His Eye jiSyr^feuse, N, Y, AiH-11 14.-Eddlo j^eevjfii manager of concensus .of SoiKsvJs that grounds-at Hei^derti would suit eVefyone best if �'wpuld spend a* little money ,^ Ji; PRIGHT ^-OUTLOOK Sj^cf.>.|Dixon, member of the execu- ' Didn't Seenn Possible "Well>'Veil," �3cclaimed Muggins, over his Sunday paper. "That's a queei- jheading ;>for this.,': department. It says 'Woman's Talk.'" - "What is queer about that?" demanded'Mrs.vMuggins. "Why,' there Is only half a column ol it." BASEjBALpTANDINGS Boston .. St Louis Brooklyn Pittsburg .... Philadelphia ... Chicago,. , Clncipjiatjt ., I. New'York NATIONAL : W. i: :� 2- � 0/ SOg L. 0 . 0 ���., 1 i 2 ' 1 2 ' P.C. 1,000 1.000 .667 -.667 .500 .333! .000 .000 - Second^-J>lyiBion The titbit, of the week was match betw�enr Preston North _ and Burnley "which" resulted In a draw; wlth.one goal Mcb.-: - The matches^ In which the >twos teams were togaged for on SatuMaysw^re postponed and their positiontrkhtttiiB the same. How--; eVer Pr6ston:'Sh&rfJ^,be able to, annex the ^ag ithlsMseaeoffi ;�B. it  ha^ four points on hand and only three games to''playi Birmingham moves into third place :1jut has played two more games than Barnsley and it looks .as U the Wtter teatti?: will - take"? thltd place. There 'wtP be a number of games'Played during the weOk" and next Saturday should see the qlubs in about the final positions. t P. W. L. D. P. Prestoin n; B. .. :36 17; 414 48 Burnley......... 34 18 8 8 44 Birmingham .. . !>: '36 17. 9. 10-Bamsley .... /^i 34 18 10 6 Hudders-fleld T. 36 16 11 9 Lincoln Caty .. .,> 36 15 12. 9 Wolverhampton W., 34 14 10 10 Grimsby Trfwn ..36 14 12.10 'Leeds City....... 35 14 IS" 8: Bury .. .... .> ,36 13 IB 8 Fulham........- 35il3 16 6 Bristol City .. .. .j; SB 9 12 14 Leicester Fosse ... 36 1215 8 Bradford .. .. 35 12 15' Notts Forest ...., j.: '36 12 16 Clapton Orient .. .f-. 36 fl' 14 Hull City .. .. 3512;:l:65^ GlOBSop.........--33 11 K- 8 Blackpool .'. ... 3B 8 19 . 8 Stockport 0.......'"35 6 20. A Difference "Yes." said the lazy son.' "I'm out of -work again." �' "All' right," said tho wise father, "you come down to my off ice and we^l change all that You won't get put-of work there; I'll gel; work, out of'you;" � :� ::. ''�r^:,  , president babrow predicts A etOSER race even than last' year myr Tori, April 14.->The Interna-tlosaV league V)ll opon iU. 1913 sear son ^Wednesday, -with Buffalo playing ^Jersey Clty;*Toronto In Newark}, jRooheater In Baltimoro and Montreal >ia ?r�>Vidence. . President" BaTTow declared tonight that he'expected the race in his .league, to he., even ^ bl08�ir than last year, "The vfirst division' clubs ot last year?Qre.'df dbbut l^d-froin the club.-" , r:......-s'-T-'"''� � f � ."I am apxlo^sS'^oria ;sp9ed^iV9ettle. mentf''' said Cobb.-"but ha^rc'- about concluded-that f^',J?ott�'p^ for all concerned, thjft .J -J�e Wi^dia' jjto -Bome other." club." Mr. -Murphy a|r|^','B'lili-our VfTest-llng''.pr.bm()terft thieP\iJij>,'''^ivors.e you i.,treat! 'em,- .the b�ttBr;-t^j^'*iat%i(t^ 32 32 33 31 3^ 24 9 '21 Southern� Leagues Swindon Town re&lBs its yposl^On at the h'cad ot the tabla^but Plymputh is within striking disiianee. . I^he lesr gue is very opeii an&'iwith fourfgames to play may go Jo any.,ot'tha.fl'r'8ttour teams. West Ham. United moved Into second place after defeatlng^'Brlstol Rovers and � 30 3B .SJgy,* 26, 3$ 10'2t-.;-5. 25 36 :9 ?3'>,-'^8 . Wheat- Open May .;....... ....... "0?- July.................... Oli Oct................... 87i Oats- �, May........w......... ......... 35i^ July............ 36 FlaXTT � "S* May .......... ......... :........ l.-Uf .luly........................ 1.14g- Oct. .................. .......... 1.18 ^ ; 'Cash Prices Wheat- i No. 1 Nor.................. No. 2 Nor.................. No. 3 Nor...................� No. 4 .......................... No. 5 ............... No. i ........................... Feed .................. ,....... Winter Wheat-No. 1 ........................... No. a ........................ No. 3 ...V...................... No. 4........................... Oats-No. 1 C.W. .... No. 3 C. ,W.................. Ex. No. 1 Feed ............ No. 1 Feed.................. No. 2 Feeo .....' Barley- -  No. 3 .....� No. 4................ Rejected ....................... Feed ........ ,........ ........ Flax-No. IN. W.- C. i........... Minneapolis, May ...........;............... 864 86-t July .........' 87i 87J S6pt. ....i.:., 884 88|| �Chicago May.................: '00* 80f July.........>.,.;.... m. m Sept......................88i 88 34^. ;i,',iV 1.13 i,.i5i- 1.19 80t sei 832-80i-7(! 71, 62 82V 36ir' 32i 33;t 82i-30 49i 49i 43 42 1.11* IN "Fit-rite," we offer you a range of really distinctive ready-to-wear models. The business Suits and Overcoats we show this Spring will be quickly recoenized as inimitably m9delc. He has money In his. own ' name, having drawn a big salary It^ the r last thrqe years, and his wife'a-.father Is immensely, wealthy. Shilling's , f ath eMn-law recently deposited :$2p,00Q in a Cleveland bank to:be held.Ip trust., � for the jockey's youijg � daughter :who*-was born a:^ew months ago.. . Shilling ' la spending the Winter in Cleveland with his wife's folks, and reports say ithe jockey has not.. taken. ;on muc^h weight 'Since his enforced retirement. -Shilling Is one 'of the best Jockeys'ever ' developed on the Araerlcanturf. ; He \: has pever been mlxod. = up . In any . trouble except rough< riding, or herd-  ing, and there Is al-iyay'SjiftHtUe p'alllM-: .;; tlon for such offences,,for the Jockey is always doing his ;bep_t','to::wlnvr^.Shll/ �:� -ling got- into hOit-,wat?!t''ftt�;LatdnJa' ,}?ist spring when, o'n.'Adam?, Bxp'r9S.s,;lje herded filgh PrlVa^'fand:nearly/FJEuf; that good old -c'anipal|;ner ."ov^r the f^noe. He-was w