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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, April ^^^^jM E10 GT. BRITl They Will Fly Over a Thousand Miles - The Journ'ey Sunday School League Championship of Last Year Settled Which Ought to Hold Georgia Peach for a WhHe ii Westminster defeated the St. Cyprian aggregation by a 3-0 score at the- ball park last night, and landed - the championship of the Sunday school league for the season of 1913. Westminster kicked off at 6.50. and had the advantage of the playing /rem the start. St. Cyprian's were jhy one player in the first half, and aot being nearly as well seasoned as Ibeir ' antagorii.�its, it was pretty much of a cinch for them, although j�oth teams lacked in combination � ^n'd defense. No especially spcctacu- - lar playing featured the game, with ;the exception of an occasional break-nway by the Westminsters, which usually tesulted in good chances for goalsw-., I- . J^IcWhinney shot.the firi;4r goal in ,Ehe first half, a dean, straight .shot which gave'the goalkeeper no chance to save thsptiiiit;' : In the second half Home doubled tlie score and cinched the game. Numerous . offsides were noticed throughout.  ' The St. Cyprian's were short of Bcme of their best players. ' .1, Gurr satisfactorily reiereed the ' tnatch.^ ' The linfrHip :. 1, 'v :&WESTMINSTER-Lockenby ; Cowan and Ness Morgan, Clayton and , McKvepa ;. H./^fcllvena, McWhinnie, Home, Simra and McFarlane. ^ ST: CYPRIAN'S-Haykins ; Lee i and Holberton ; Jaycock, Palmer and 'Donk;'Hooker, Smith, Dalzell, Short ii-v/and'Faunch. New Schedules City Football ., v.iTliere ;Lave May 15-Overseas vs. S. O. i:. isMayr 29-r-Bankors ;vs.; Overseas. 't'3(une'�fi.r-Callfes vs. S. 0. E. *'''June 12-Overseas*vs^;.Callies. . ./June 19-S. 0. E. vs.' Bankers. !?.il(jpe 2e----Bankers 1TCHED ATHLETICS TO VtCTOKY ; Philadelptiia, April 25. - St)lendid. pitching, by Plrtnjt and hi^d hitting t!|e Jby Collins featured. Philadelphia's victory over New York by a scote 6f 2 to 0. "Plank fanned ten liatsmeii and was given perfect support by his Exciting Baseball Match in the School League. Yesterday Afternoon BASEBALL TABLES P'OUI^DlOD O'BRIEN IN NINTH VVashiftgfcon, April 25.-;After pitching sqnsatl6nal ball, ^O'Brien weakened in "this eighth inning today and Washington, by a great finish batted but a victory, winning the last game of the seirijss with Boston 5 tp 4, Boston ......... .................... 4 11 J. Washington ,........... .......... 5 " 12' I .O'Brien, Hall and Nuna'maker ; Gella, Boehling, Johnson and 4m-sniithi  NATIONAL. LEAGUE W. lu. P.C Pittsburg ... . 8 3 .727 Chicago .. .- . .7 4 .636 New York .. , 6 3 .667 Philadelphia . .. i 3 .667 Brooklyn .. . .. 5 5 .500 St. Louis ... .. 4 T' .364 Boston .. .. . � *  .. 2 8 .200 Cincinnati ., .. .. . 2 1 .222 BROOKLYN ALL THE WAY Boston, . April: 25.-Brooklyn ; won, easy victory pver Boston today 7, to. 1, the visitors hitting Tyler freely m' the sixth and seventh, scoring with the assistance of fo'.ir bases 'on. balls, six "tuns in the two aessipnsi Stock had Bdston batters at a loSS to connect hits-the locals' only ruii? coming on Titus' hit and infield outs, ."yw-v,-., ,_________ Brooklyn .,.............. 7 11 1 ;shut put Detroit toglay, 30 to 0. Boston........................... i 8 2i, Ty Qbbb entered the Detroit bench Stock and Miller; Millejt and early in the game, and although he � � � -'--J.J.l-.- -.14.1. AMERICAN XJSAGUE W. L. Philadelphia .. >. 8 Washington ..... .. 7 Cleveland .. ....  IP Chicago .. St. Louis..... 6 Deltroit........ 5 Boston...... .... 4 New York........ 2 2 2 5 6 8 9 8 9 P.C. .800 .778 .667 .538 .429 � .357 .333 .182 ' �? DETROIT SHUT OUT Detroit, April 25.-Blantling, pitching his: first game of tlie; year, held Detroit to five hits, and Cleveland Brown. sat'on the bench chatting with his teamma-tes for some tim^, no one in ' ti!*> stands knew of it; TECHNICALITY ROBBED . NE%. :^"^^^............. 3 7 3 YORK OF VICTORY .^^^^ Detroit ................... ......... 0  1 � � � ' Blaiiding and Land ; Mullin and Mc- The baBebftll game of lUie City Schools League last evening, resulted in a Will tot Westminster School, by a scb Cameron, 2b JehnlngB, s s .ratotnerson, 1 t RbblBfttf, p. lb Wylle, ,0 f Rldpath, r t , London,^ April 36.-Haoinsr pigeons in this countrj- have already flown distances of from 70 to 80 miles, but a supreme te.st^of their endurance and homing- Instinct will be made In .Tune uexit, when a race will be held from Rome to this country. The distance from Rome to Manchester Is about 1050 miles, but tor the pigeons entered by some of the Scottish fanciers the distance will be over 1200 miles. The race will,be under the auspices of the Briton Flying Club and will bo flown in conjunction with Belgian pigeon fauolera, Both the English and Belgian pigeons will be released at the same moment in Rome early on Saturday, June'8th. The first birds may reach the north of England by July 1st. The English pigeons will for ihe first 200 miles of the journey home keep to the Mediterranean coast. After flying another 150 miles they will encounter the Alps. In trying to fly over or work round the mountains a large number of birds will probably be lost. Once they cross the Alps there la good "flying" country over France, and the birds will be able to find food to sustain them for the rest of tfhe Journey, which lies through Paris and across the Buglish Channel. The age of the raping birds Is from four to seven years. '  New York, April 25.-New and Philadelphia played an ll-inning tie game here today, neither side scoring. Both Deraaree and Alexander pitched great bail, McQraw's recruit doing the cleaner work and holding the visitors to three hits. An unusual incident that deprived j f New Y'ork of auvittorv, occurred ini^' Kee.. Ghicago-St. Louis postponed, rain. COMING UP Cormick being Sent in to bat foi; \ ^ Demaree. He hit the first ball pitch-[? ed for an apparent single, which ' *� scored Merkle. Players of both-teams ran toward the club house and the crowd swarmed on the Held. Manager Dooin, Captain Dolan and other Philadelphia players, however, rushed at Umpire Klem and called.his attention to-the fact that he was not in position when the ball was hit. Klem had his face turned to the stand and was announcing that MoCormick was batting for Demaree; He agreed with Manager Dooin that he was not in position and called for the game to go on. Many of the players .had started to change their clothing and it took more than a quarter,'of an hour to clear the field. .B()4 j Wlicn play was resumed McCormick ,333 i ^ double play and Snodgrass was thrown out by Dolan. Klem explained after the j'-ame that the reason McCorniick's hit did not count P.C. .^as because he was npt in position, '.750 and quoted section four of .rule .28 to 556 sustain his deciBion. .500 Philadelphia .....0 3 0 .50Q "New York...................... 0 7 3 .400 Alexander and Dooin; Demaree^ .333 Crandall and Meyers and Wilson. San Francisco, Cal.,. April 26.-"Bob" McAllister, former champion amateur heavyweight of the Pacific Coast, won his second professional bout last night, getting'a decision over Paddy Lavin, of Buffalo, In their four-rouMd bout , ? * : ? ? >  * High Sihool W. Miason, c Bonuell, p Sherlock, lb Miron, 2b L. Mason, s S' Hamilton, 3b Maxwell, r f Johnston, r f McAdam, c t Watson, 1 t Umpir6-~K. P. Stewart. The next game -wlll\ be played on Tuesday at 4.30 oc the Barracks ground. , The league standing is: w.: Westmlnstd: .... 20 Cenltral .. .. ...... l � l H.S., (MttBon, capt.). 1 1 H.S. (Sang, capt),.. 0 2 sunday school: league baseball schedules S. S. A. L. JUNIOR BASEBALL SCHEDULE P.C. 1,000 .500 .500 .000 May 1-St. Patrick vs Presbyterian, May' 8-Methodist vs St. Patrick. May 15--Presbyterian vs Methodist. May 23-St. Patrick vs Presbyteriaa Mily 29-Mpthodlst vs St. Patrick. June 5-Presbyterian vs Methodist. .Tune 12-Presbyterian fs St. Patrick. June 19-Methodist vs St. Patrick. June 2G-Presbyterian vs Methodist ROLLER DEFEATED CAZEAUX Ottawa, April 25.-Dr. Roller defeated Raymond Cazeaux in their wrestling match here tonight. Dr. Roller won the first fall In 22 minutes with ii body hold arid the second in 15 minutes with an arm and head hold. \ S, S. A. L. INTERMEDIATE BASEBALL SCHEDULE �May 1-M.ethodlat vs Knox. May 8--St. Andrew vs Methodist. May 15-Knox vs St. Andrew. May 22-Knox vs Methodist. May 29-St Andrew vs Methodist. June 5-Knox 'vs St. Andrew. June 12t-Knox vs Methodist. -June 10-St. Andrew vs Methodist. June 26-Knox vs St. Andrew, P.Cr .667 .636 .545 .500 .500 .462 .304 GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES NORTHWESTERN LEAGUE ) AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL AT CARDSTON Club Organized Again-E, N. Barker Re-eiected- President-Team Has Roseate Proapecte Curdston, April 24.-r-The football Spokane.......................... 14 Victoria ...... '...... ......., � Vancouver-Portland, rain. 15 7 Tacoma Seattle NORTHERN LEAGUE Winnipeg............ .......�..... ^ Virginia ...... ...... .............. 2 Superior......................... .15 Minneapolis .................... 3 Duluth ... St. Paul' enthusiasts of .the town met on Tues-j ^jj^^^j^^ Forks ......'............... 1 day night and effected an organization. E. N. Barker, last year's president, was in' the chair, and was elected president (or this, year also. Dr. Lynn was chosen for the vice presidency, with Mr. Davles of the public school staff as secretary treasurer. An executive committee composed of Messrs Diekle, Marr and Henson will complete the management o� the club. Prsctice will, be held on Monday and Thursday nights and on Saturday afternoons. The' club