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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES Warner Should Have Been. Conceded Winners in Eighth In. nings When Score Stood 8 to 3-Ex-Night Cop to BUme-Visilors Made Killing in Darkness td their way home from ball three-bagger oace aud-h deo night just at bedtime a. douWe tie neit time. 'Evan having wltneMefl a vlerd and wonaet I d b mu ,or Lcthbrltfg iiaiiuB in tbe" (ul encounter whlch7 Wheclerites geltlns. their bumps the second time. In oay. .core keepers made the Una. read 9 to 3. but It really would have Ber5_ Io been 4 to 3 If His Umps hadn't been Duckett, it long that ne can 3h' scoteu lue ocvuuu i oil an error, steal and Wray'e Eingle The box AB R H PO A .41013 0 11 been cut short at the end of when the score was 4 to 3 in favor. ;After that, a good game c feriorated into a farce comedy, with Lctbbridgo the Joke. I Up till the end of the eighth it a fifty Ullle game. score, close" and had been close all tho wa Joe Bayley Went Down Before Young Vaise at Vancouver Yesterday Vancouver; July l.-Outboiing Joe Bayley former title holder InJUe last 10 rounds of one of the most and fastest contests .ever EI Word to an? persoa. Tommy Burns, ex-champion and light left yesterday to manage Arthur Pelkey, claim- act of the world's championship (or a six weeks v ita.wr.ij i latter. Portland..' A Julr l.-N bad a uilkorsf In the jsni day. >6 to 0, and w York here to- cay. .v !l, lead in the National league race. Marquard ilmost invincible, and was given ta-Jltlen supsort by bis team mutes. Xtfir York Phlladelphts....... 0 4 Kllllfer, PKOTEST GAME Ke.v York. July Chsnce protested today's game, which Pbila-i delphla won, 2 to 1, Ihe-Ncw manager basing the protest on Umpire Wneen's decision In tbe fourth inning when he sent Borton back to bat al- ter he had made a match single and Barry had hit Umpire Dineen on the head in relaying the ball to first has. after Collins' ston. Harieoll crossed the Plate, and Borton reached second hen the ball bounced ay, but both Trices paid larmew: Ko. 1 Xortlitin-........................ No. 2 Northern 'r No 3 Northern So. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern .j i 1 No. 2 !U-d No. 3 Red No. 4 ISO- 5 ItOQ No. 2 Alfalfi, per ton...... No. 1 Timothy.......... Blue Joint............... V.'Y Produce- Produce prices to retailer Strawberries, per 24 Tomatoes Eggs, Butter, 5> S3.W JZ.1S 1W .a; 8UB In western Can- FEATURE 1 from a.m. to 35 9 SSl'lO 3 AB U.H PO A. f 0 0 ten o'clock, bagge without producing, a hit to 1 4 0 5 .0 !S '4 -0 4 0 4 2 -1 0 4 .0 VllnOUt yryuunuB- u all" If'that last spasm wer? dis- regarded, Lcthbridge would have less errors and Warner-five less RunE by innjugsi In tho box score column. hysmer Wheeler was'ragged for fair at Macleod in Ihe afternoon, so Mb-1; HUB by Innings: Hutchison from.the Warner cTy-leag-OB Bavafthe-als-luthbridso h-lcl league fans a peep at him. .Tho jftep was .good too.. "Smoke" they ._. _._. we're calling-him-before the end ot Qeorge i, by fhe game.- Hutchison was M'a clam his blngles, awarding flvo'durtng the encounter. Two In tlie ona each In next lsoa three OuWde of these there t'waB-not'tbe-Bemblanco bit. 1. 1 1' 1 1 0 2 2 0 i 0 1 10 -2 13 .0 '0 0 Q 2 1.3 1 S 5 2 39 8 9 27 It Otfl the Dominion, torla laO ot his laurels today at the of J5. Brighouso arena and won-the ian light weight went the whole distance rendered was tho r-niy 01.. Valse had scored" a decisive win; a practically unknown boy-in the boi- ing game had come to the top runt; 'ot the ladder of fame in a day, aad oa'Bayley, who had won the title urt a sear ago last FrWay from Billy Allen, bad been relegated to the ranks of the -It'was ono of the many surprise- that crop up in the world of" epo ranked as "a strong four- nol regarded by.'.aany-as' possibility, entered the a more experienced pluck and endurance returned him a top notcher-Eo'far'M boxing ;Jn the lieavlly back- y, a woa the aTld McKay Brooklyn.. July mtde it tYe and Maran villa attracting special attention. Boston................ I Brooklyn............... Rudolph and Hariden; Curtis, MUIff. WESTERN CANADA GAMES Summary: .Two-has Bigford; _ by George by" bases on ballrCptt" Oeorr a ,a 4; hit bv pitcher, -i- Davles 3; dou Meyers i stave oft de- lanas' and-a f the on: with honors sUhtly ip'taVoc ol the. local man. S Pitcher allowed eight hits, hut '..r Ti'olt a "mad I'r of the ne r. -BU1LL-1 ANT BATTLE _'. i._f he Birds won on the local, lot UieV defeated the here this morning ,-cn innmi; contest. Ditchers' battle be- ANOTHER BY ONH JuD: triple, single? by Brers Schult gave Chicago their lecond stralgh vlctbry bTer Pittsburgjoday. 3 to 2. The eaoe waa a plEcnevs tattle te- Cheney and Robinson, v.ith LUC uu- men were sent back, Hartiol! to nd end Borton to the bat. hiladelphla J York Bush. Houek and Shane; Lipp, Fi t, JicConnell and Sweeney. PLAYED SBVBNTBBS MEN Boston, July l.MVllltams 'triple with the bases full, madeeffectlTe WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN Winnipeg. opening _ closing prices ou the Grain today wore: October December July October Flax- Open 96'; 34% 37H nlib te ases, Washington's ninth Inning rally today and the Senators Manager GrIJ, tfc honors in favor of the former. plttsburg Chicago ttOUliieuc, Keily; Archer. and 2 1 3 9 Coleman i VcntHo-sleep .ot'too dark "to BBS. -threw a ball behind him throw e manufacture, ia'st -Out of a'th'ree bagg they rung'the.bell.! of -three t v v7i'tW Wasn'ttheWolo'tMSon.-T'h'elana couldn't but that wasn i urn .Arnold let an I, and -'''-I orens, -HutchUon to Meyers to.Dayeswa to Meyers to.Dayles further, to 1 running catches, of .foul new near tbe bleachers. two I they safe hiti Btole-..a' tooV.' some ey cbTnces'-and'-rldded his system all to and wl up" was about the usual. Lamh appeared W a new role Besides being guardian, of in guardian o( balls and strikes' claimed his ,arms were'a little-dtnnk at times, Tmt; he msdo, a fairly'decent job with the In- dicator. _ Bruce Da'vles scored two ot .the e.'t'' e game. .0 for' the first Hve roiin-1 directed right" ci- L je .'ES-champion'sJnose-t turn1 attie" in7Vabe's favor. Froi..... until the finish Valse was .more in the ilmellghl and gaining' more! eon- fldence in each succeeding carried the mlillns Victoria ray and" rocked and his head babk occasional straight. tiat .-while acking the steam that-one looks lor [n a 'champion, punished the j.Can adian" boy. and made, him -back up agalnsl the -r- IRISH CANADIANS EXCELLENT and McKee. At'at Louis MINOR LEAGUES ana mo flth calling seventeen men Into (or J edlent.' Leonard, Hall and Carrlgan. COBB INJURED Detroit. July l.-Cblcago took the econd of the scries from Detroit, to- day 3 to though oulhll Sy ffia home clnb two'to one. Cobb Injured his knee slid nj to in the eighth inning. High re- placing him in the centre Chicago July October December H8U 123 121 doting Prices No. 1 No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern.......... No. No. 5 No. Feed.........' Wheats No. No. 2 3. 8......i.-.......... o..4 o. i_C. W. o.S 0. W, ,f. Ex. No. 1 o. 2 Feed fa. 4 ;.T :ejected ..V.... Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. 110 H1 sew TO support supor c, only iun.oniiis.own- Cairn's "Dollar's, error and Holmes. sacrifice. The evening' game was post- poned on' account" at start i in fine LCd Inleriiatibrial T JWONTO u 3 a Leafs poned on' accoun falo broke even today, winning the morning game, 3 la 2, in ten -inningsr'while, .Buffalo.walked away whh the game by the seoro of 14 to " .110 Buffalo Berlin 2, Ottawa 0.: Ottawa: 6, Be lin ton 9, Ouelph 3.. i Peterboro 3, London 0.- Bra.uWo 3, St. Thomas 2. St. Thomas 1, Bran FIRST Moose, Rohm Hoods and Red Sox played" a double header herirloday, the. flrs.t contest .ile July September December.' 30 '.'43 T .119 Open Close 91% g to the'local' team .9-6, .'while a tie al the of" inning, with- "the score'six: to'six and -.dirt ness- com- iris''oV.ia'st. game _was-. a nftpr. ihe "third and arid Graham. t Afternoon game: Buffalo fold 0: Associ_ation St Paul 11, 5. Kansas City 6, Milwaukee! 6. LoulsyillB. T, Toledo rain, September December Coiuinbus. 'r 92ft 92H W tnc Oil JJlal- Defeited ToYontoi, by the .Wlnnerj Toronto, July "the Dominion Lacrosae assocl._ me Irish-Canadians paid -their 'Do- minion Day visit to ..Scarborough and Incidentally v wins to fire against or.-' !'j Ing the Tprontos, 9 "I, I tweKe had the Greens'.-'.. r j I.eth- In the first, but after i clever lacrosse, while II. .t'..-i' could only tally Ihre; i style of play home, -while it ;ap- ifralght. Errors (n 'the first three Innings accounted for lour of. uina's'slY runs, and a-like number ol 's five. Alter this session Moose ..'FRUITLESS EFFORT -BalUmor..: Jnly l.-Baltimore :ii6e4 two pitchers today in setting tho of the series from Smith's Indians, but their.efforts 'were for they were baited around I eld the Newark! gathering in 1 1 f. Winnipeg S, MYnneapolis" 4.. Win ona 7, Virginia 6.-'Grand Forks .i St.. Paul 3. o'helor, cattle report er weather.-- quality steadr' demand, and Mcondarr. n cheaper, ScotcS I6o io" 16-1-4 14 cents Moose oaw i-u'-1 there was "a marked tightening up all around. Stfcle was invincible. 'In .SIT innings only 19 men'faced.him, three in: each until the when.' lou came-up. -He only allowed one hi during" this time, the other lout com- inr the game before he set- i, dill the r Reglna andf dirt good f- g 'game, was' a 'lVI.11 pppostd But- I...1, 'he latter was yanked oul the twelve safe hits and At Baltimore; Newark Baltimore 7 to 2. 7-13 2 363 AttheButts Had Big' It i ne ueiuuiiub0 i pulled off ils'Domlnlon'diy'prUe shoqU pue in-flrjl class inape'altbougn .nd'sicSai-thV! Danforth, MOT Allen." APIKCB City, by hitting Lat'llte tta nine hit's'registered pelng for ,ra'bases, VdV the first game of day's double-headtT, 1 to 4. .In the Sllne and Doscher had a the unsteady, wind bothered'. cons'lderkhly. First Ciasa 20? 29 Macleod- Cunning BSlQNALSjHAD ALLTHE.1UCK WH.TECUNiSEHS July .l.-The won tho'lccal Dominion Day Big Four 'lacrosse match .from, the Tecumschs this aftcrnqon'.by a-score of 6 to 6, and were lucky trf get away. the dcaVtlon'. The visitors "ployed nolle as'dever' and far.'.cleaner than the FrWch-Canadlan twelve but the home" team bad.all the breaks Iri for played listlessly.' On the wholo_, how- Charlie Querrle's. aggregation (rtq'uenilK, altacVIng ttaa on tbo defensive." .Thoy.were outlucV ed throughout, arid In tho latt quwlor W the National put s the Is mis the Irish attempt to go by. thtlr man. if 'successful, as Is tharTase on many aitemnls, they have an.odd ThJy slIU have tlie ruober an4 Snow to' score if .they fall -t6 go .LEAGUE The'l.'H. C. put It over; the V- M. i A.'on Mondiy'.overling: to-the i i.' JnviticlDle for JlttU (tllU day's cioub'le-heata: and -the two ,1_I 1.....A ecn Hat and Calgary-split even on to '-eata: and -the tw A on on. 7 io'o: Hutch Inson' Was for Uaj S jimes proved the weirdest that have The visitors (ook-the first when the Kat- feV-laljoon this or-; def, of Ba'-' lev-ersed tn ening game. Five home runs In the o Rimes featured. Seven errors fot'the Hat and four- MCT" hits for the visitors tell the ale first battle. Brown was ;nocked.6ut ol the box and who plated him, held the Bror.ks and legaraif.developed'into a good.oni First game: Jersey City and Kocher. "Second Jersey City Provli 4 9. 2 :Blair; Uiitl. Carlson Emery. Piltard......-. Hutchlnson Davidson Brynas'V. Skeltou Patterson..... class: Andrews Lothian'.. ...T, Slagralh 'AMtnOlah beat 30- 2Z ,.29 isfeaf! play ff Anal either and 8 2 1 0 her, Btindpn.'nd'wells; Bllne .c iltr'- .-Is of tie' cul .1 ia a'ai to Dr. "aimmons Asqulth Dr. Stewart Scott Morning game: Rochester. Jlonlrta' lg. fer fotittb, Hits anfl errors tolt ,e w'foie sloiy 'of the the si Wts'- -three boots being costly. he second was a reversed slaughter with aVrcngcaiice. Southpaws, have Iways proved meat tor the. Hatters and .Burgess, -late 61 the. Regina ean'ha) bid similar ,expetieaces lite tonight's; lle.'was' (auod.Ioi: 17 hits.', now dubbed tbe .besl pitcher iff the league, who last n.lgh shut out [CalgJty, 8 .to 0. bwV stiongV.atid (hough he was louad to nine hiis'i butVour o! ihem.nBre teal v effectfve.'Daiiels, the Hit's cetiU (icy er, 'had cishl jiutouts. The'.hiV- Dale and Midden.- Aliernoon ga Rochester.... and' 18 IB; Winntn lit 200 yards; I all polati in ir.f aoco 2 T 1 361 Mason and ?i' ,1 I >r 0; ta-Mt (anllf i'-Zci1 .L! a iwrr- 200 At BOO yards; Macleod- r I-. i-.4 Brit Erdery 3rd 500 if i .id woa y- ir'a SfiiVvards. "f1-" i 'I Northwesteni 1-2, son 3rd, Second 200. yards, ".And- reVs! 2nd, 500 yards; 3rd 200 yards, Dr.'.Slmmons. 1st BO' Leiihi 2nd 600 yards yards; Lothian. yards 3' c er, a s ting o! and ncr.t Dunn Teamed in' 'this Vatic. There. were "eleVfri tra-baae'hili. Krfois ol.lte rosily. IN t-A'rr Amherst, N', V., July 1--R of fiprlng-HIII, tormcHy of Sydney, defeated J, Price of Sprlr.g ____ Mill .-In a five, round jt> the mldu roiiBd'tonipialtiing of lame hip, and bo) Ing- bout. of the fifth .BnuewoiwB. -1X lihoot rapid fire-target and sweep; "M It latf .etae! ball liw ;