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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIPGE BAXLY HERALD Friday, August 8, 1913. llv' VALIER PLAYEO BES CLASS OF BALL n Team from Montana Cut Good Appearance-Game was . Listless - > ? Valler will not play here to ? � uight, as advertised. The ? ? weather probabilities were not ' and the Montana team pulled > ? out this morning for home_ not ? > caring to take a chancc on a > ? repetition: of last night or * ^ worse. > There wasn't much to last night's baseball tilt at the Athletic park and Valler slipped Lethbridge a 7 to 2 solar plexus jolt in six innings. The locals had no license to beat the invaders from Montana. That was the conclusion generally drawn before the game started, and when the game got under way the Valier team, bore the aspect of having it over Lethbridge at every point of the compass," and the result proved such to be the case. The visitors had all the appearance of being a ^unch of seasoned bair playeis^ld heads at the game-^whlle the locals were' not able to'Show any 'ne^ acqulaitions to itheir line-up and bore the appeiaraacc of being extremely weak, and they were deranged -at that. Seidenbeoher Hetove the game was hit in the eye with a ball and nearly put out of ootnmiasion. He didn't play his usual position at short on this accounty but took care of.the tight field, while JBvans went to short. > Considering the class of weather on tap the crowd was good, though by long odds short of being a bumper iturnrout.. ; The^'S t�lls the. tale of victory fld defeat. This is it : �iValier- A.B.R. H. P.O. A.E. Powell. 2 b. ...... 4 1 2 12 1 craven, lb. ...... 2 2 1 4 0 0 Wltlard, a.a....... 3 1 1 0 0 0 Stevens, c. _______. 3 l- i 11 i 0 /Terry, I. f......... 2 0 0 0 0 0 Johnston, r. f..... 3 0 0 0 0 0 GomUkey, b. ... 2 0 0 0 a 0 Broadhead. c f. ... 3 0 0 l Q 0 Caridft* p........^ 1' i:, 0*1 0 'io T^taia ..........SB 7 I 18 3 "1 LeihbtidgB- A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E. i)yans,,R#. .. .... S 0 l. i 2 i ffoflea, a b......... 3 0 0 1 31 Davieft, 3 b., 0. .. 2 1 0 2 10 T. Oreen, c, 3b... 3 1 1 4 4 0 Meyert, lb. ...... i 0 0 10 0 0 X. OrsM, 1. f. ...... 2 0 0. 0 O" 0 Eeynold*, �. t 2 0 0 0 0 O' HntchlBon, p.;..... 2 0 0 0 o 0 eetdenbeoher, r, f. 2 0 0 0 0 0 ' Totals .......... 21 2 2 18 10 2 ,*t)avlss changed places with G^^cen toi the BUth. vltlt� by Innlngd- Valler ...........1 0 3 1 0 0-6 Lethbridge ..... 1 0 1 0 0 0-2 r'Runs by Innings- Valter ......... 2 0 4 1 0 0-7 fcethb'rldjtB ...,. 2^0 0 0 0 0-2 . Sama'ry: Three-base hits, Stevens; tome ruBB, T. Green; bases on balls -off Carlonl, oft Hutchison 5; a truck out-by Carlon 11, by Hutohlgon 7; passed balls. Green 4; wild pitches- Carlon 1; Hutchison l; stolen" bases- PoweP/ WlUard, Onrlon and payies; earned runs-Valler 2, L.cthbrldge 1. Time of game, 1 hour and 30 minutes. Umpire, McCarty. NOTES ON THE GAME The feature hit of the ^me- was T. Giraen'S liome run smash to the left tleld fenoe In the first Innings, with Daries on first It was cleaoi as a {Whistle,. and resulted in making the only two counters Lethbridge made � tax tto wtir* gjUne, Davlas- got to Kwt on foar b�ll8. , *he Vftller batting had .It on the -jliicate at bffth ends. The vliltors took the game into fef|tt|> fn tMr�. Tb� tlnit m%n uj� ,1�'�lJ The largest InYllvldual delegations hall from Detroit, Duluth, To^-onto, Halifax, Philadelphia a'nd New York. - B. P. Schwengers, of Victoria, B.C., who was one of the quartette of pi ay-ers representing JSanada In the Dwight F. Oavfs Cup games, reached Winnipeg yesterday on his way home from England. He gave out that an English lawn tennis team would tour Canada, In all probability, next yea^ According to Schwengers, tennis ha^ been given a boost In Canada by Its part In the recent matohes In England. ; . The celebrated Hamilton Tigers are going to come west In the f^ll of this year. Their destination will be Cal-galy, where arrangements have already been completed to entertain the famous Rugby squad of the ambitious otty of Ontario. The Tigers in their trip west will play at WInnlpec, Re-gtfta and Moose Jaw. They are due to arrive In Calgary, and play on Septem. btr 27. There ha� been some difference of opinion as to the merlte of the gridiron game as played In the east and the wnd KlUifor; Howley and Archer. Brooklyn............... 2 S 1 St. Louis............... 3 5 0 Allen I and Miller; Griner and Hilde-hrand. Auierican Detroit . i. .......... ... 1 n 2 New York.............. 5 10 i Lalce, Hall and Stauage; McKee, Schultz and Gossett. A lEl'S FIRS! m Tourists Long List of Victoties] Broken at Philadelphia Yesterday St Louis............... 8 10 5 i30Btoii .'................ 0 12 2 Mitchell, Hamilton a.ad McAUister, Alexander; Anderson, Hall, Leonard and Carrigan. Cleveland............... 3 9 1 Philadelphia............ 7 9, 0 Mitchell, Falkenberg and O'Neill, Carisch; Bender and Schang. Chioa^go............ ... 11 n 1 Washington............ i 9 7 Cifeotte Behy. and Schalk; Kubn; Engel, Harper, Gallia and Henry Smith. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES Association First game: Minneapolis............ 1 7 0 Indianapolis............ 5 9 0 Buras and Owens; Willis aoid Casey. Second game (tie game): Minneapolis............ 2 13 2 Indianapolis............-2 12 0 Gilligsn iind Smith; Merz and Livingstone. Milwaukee............,. 4 11 3 Columbus............... 7 10 1 Doughtery and Marshall; Cole amd Murphy. St Paul................. 0 6 0 Toledo................. 7 14 2 Brandt and Miller; Jones and Land. Kansas City.........^, '5 0 1 LoulBviUe.............. 3 13 4 Barter and O'Connor; Powell and demons. Northern Winiadpeg.............. 1 B 2 Lacrosse........ ...... 0 3 2 Zahel and Bachant; Sutton aJid Bruska. Interinational First game: Toronto............... 0 4 0 Baltimore ... ....... 3 6 0 Maxwell and Bemis; Danforth and Egan. Second game: ToTOUtO............... 2 7 1 Baltimore ............. 1 4 0 Hearne, Graham and Bemis; Taff and Bgan. , Montreal............... 2 7 0 Jersey City............. 0 7 1 Carlo aiid Burns; Coaney, Brandon and Blair. Buffalo................ 2 G 2 Newark................ .3 ,15 2 Beebe and Lalonde; Barger and Hig-gins. " " ~ � Rochester .,,........... 9 13 3 Providence............. 4 12 2 Wilhel and Williams; Resigl, Mlt-cTiell and Kocher, FERN PLAY TiE SSE Superior .......... ...0 S'l Winona.................. 2 10 1 prand Forks............ 14 3 Minneapolis 6 15 1 Northwestern Vancouver ... ..;......... Tacoma ... ... ... ... Evenly Matched Teams Put up Tight Contest-Cranbrook Came up From Behind Crainbrook, B.C., Aug. 7.-The first lacrosse game of the seasoni was played tonight between ' the old; rivals, Fernle and Cranbrbok. virith only one real �'accident, when MacLeod, of Fernle, had his left cheek punctured. The game was very 'ev^n throughout, and resulted in a draw of four goals each. ' . Fernle scored the first, goal early In the first quarter, Cruabrook evened up the score before the, end. In the second they each scored again. In th^ last quarter the visilorrS were  two goals in the lea^ till withtni seven minutes of time, when. the locals by quick passing and rushes fevsnad the score. TChe return game, will he played in Fernle in about ten days. Referee James Greaves proved entirely satisfactory. Seattle ... Victoria Spokane ... Portland ... 3 8 1 7 7 1 2 6 0 8 10 0 9.14 -2 4 8 2 Pacific Coast San Francisco 3, Sacramento 2; Los Angeles. 7, Oakland 9; Vianice 3, Portland 2, Canadian Guelph................. 0 8 3 Ottawa ,............... 5>7 2 Berlin................. 0 4-3 London............... 2 5 2 Peterborough .......3 7 1 Hamilton............... 4 8 2 First game; BraaMord 2 6 0 St. Thomas...... ....... 5 8. 4 Second game: ^ Braatford.............. 2 5 4 St Thomas............, 9 7 4 Western Canada Calgary ................ 0 2 5 Begl^a ................-5 7 1 EdmqntoDi...... ....... 2 3 2 Moose Jaw ... ......... 1 9 3 THORPE'S PROGRESS PLEASES McGRAW THE PERFECT SHOE forSUMMERSPORTS FOR EVERYBODY Made In Smart Sty tea, Suitable For Every Outdoor Occasion YOUR DEALER HAS THEM Ycu Micht A| � . . . '. , ,,' -. -. .. .. ";- durnan and dibble will come toqether F0r\ considerable stake Professional Championship Involved But Dibb/e la Yet an Amateur T6ronto, Aug. 7.-This fall may s^� a race for the American -proteBBlonel sculling ebamploniship betweeni Toronto men. Eddie Durnan, th^ tltle>-hold. er, has been approached with a proposition that he row Dibble, ot the Dons, for tho championship and 16000 a-Bide. Dibble Is yet an amateur and; is rowing at ^Boston in the National' regatta tomorrow. It is likely ly that after the regatta at Boston tJie; deal for the match emhracing the title,and, the $5000, will he gone oa with and arranged. American and foreign, athletes are to compete in the Greater New York Pair games at the Empire City track Aug. 21 to 23. W. R. APPlegarth, the English sprinting champion, may compete; HUGHES MIXED SIGNALS Showed Mighty Respect for Joe Jackson'B Ability When He Misunderstood Manager Griffith Detroit', Aug. 5.-'When the manager signs the pitcher on what kind ot a ball to throw tlifl hatter in a pinch, the,-pitcher pitches with his own arm, and: themanager's brains. That Is done la many instances by many pitchers.' There are two managers in the American league whose signs to a pitcher In a pinch are worth while. Connie' Mack is one of these and Clark Grlfr � fith is the other. But sometimes signs go wrong, ' In Cleveland the other day, Tom Hjjghe's was pitching for Washington. Joe Jackson came to hat,. Hughes looked at,Griffith and the manager shook his head. Hughes passed Jaok-Bon, Griffith "hawled" him out and Huglies could not understand why. "I shook my head, didn't I?"' asked Griffith, "Tha,t means don't pass, him." , . . � . '"I thought when you shook your head, it meant 'don't let him hit IC" 7 ;