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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LET1TBBIDGE.DAILY HERALD WARNERPUiU of loroftto Relegated' by Leander in teaiure Event ,by ___Close and Time Good 1 ;i t -7 Henliev-kju-Thamcs, July: 3. As was expected, a keen strug- jie'was Tvitriessetl between :tlie -Toronto Argonauts uud the -Ltaixier. Rowing club.. --Bolh .crews' a( a very fasl stroke, the Argonauis strikim; 42 to the Lender's -It. Leander rl.-guned a Tew feet along the Island arid a quarter of a length .C. ahead at the. quarter .mile. The English crew continued to, gain ipd fed by of a length' at Fawley, wliieh wits reached three mmules, nineteen The Argonauts rowed the .'f still held th'eir own and gained fiiblcr, S' V Eeiinder iwas: nearly clear- at the. mile ]aiid going" all-out and length and a quarter a liead in six jniputcs, fifty, sec- 7i ..'OtttK, equalling- the record 'made by- Leauder in. 1891 and by Oxford in 1897. '_ rfp lore.vOf the siJlr-aine entries-, eleven tor ..__ cap, the: race :ciivs is looked upon United the Argonauts ol (he Berlin Rowing club and the Main! Rowing club, each. baying a them will be Spurs' from, _club and New X'olleje, Oifdrd. LOSES FINGERS .AND THUMBS BY EXPLOSION Pan I'ranelaco, lle Hop.ue. at one time Packed br Ad WolgiH to be the-if it lightweight, champion lost both thumbs and botlt in- dex iy the eipto- slon of a toy cannon, which he .was-helping a small boy "to 4 load.- match be- fween Maurice E.-McLongblm-of Sin Francisco, the_ Anlorlcan cbampion, and Stanley X. of tha Australian Davis cup tea Jj" al round of tee all-Engla-- three straights; 6-3 ft-4; T-5; Ritchie Has Tough Propositron on His Hands and Only Rules aiht JFavorile INiMAJOR LEAGIJES San July There' a o' loia In expert circles In respect to Uie condition .Chatntlon Rltchlo hsre'.been Chicago, July siadc a bt the seriru vith Vitls- hurg the final game bt. the series 6-to 4. .Today, was Xiuimerman's day to 'remain his good behaviour in order to receive tie otii'er half bt a! {104-bUI, one-half ol wbict'was paid to tpiai'by a I'lan" it beWuld retrain tcom Joeing chased ,kj' -ike umpire lor a period He had'a very aarrow howevtr.' He was "on >i'-ir' '-'steal Um- f ff L Zim- f ,f o -ar- ''but suddenVy A- SHUT-OUT Boitoo. July held Bos- three hits today, Washington Bhuttixg put- the locals 5 to 0. It 'Seventh' suicfSsUe victory for.tne He was given grand while Bosiiia's Washington 5 61 Boston t........ 03-1 BoehMcg and Henry Mostley, Fos- ter and .C'arrigan. occasions have fered retaraini the "physical, fitness of one br Ihe k pair bt-boxers preparing forjiajmmedlaie Impo.rUnt fflitcti Mnie the "wise heads of. the. only'agree; but As'iar ii Tine n' and walked- away.' Piftsburg 10 -3 Chicago" ..V '.6 and Coleiuan DOUBLED .THK' SLOHU -July 2. '-r New York 'third -straight game here fronf Philadelphia, tho jethbridge by Losing Last Two Up'Tall-End.. Position." OXE'GAME EACH. St. Louis. July 2 Louis and Cleveland' divided; a -''double header berejthis'aUerngorj, the locals winr (he Ibimcr. game' in eleven- in- nings 2'tq 1, ajil'ihe visitor: the wcon4 's taking 5 1 il'Kfll; Hamilton icd Agiiew; Cleveland St.'Louis Faikenberg and .'Land; Stone am 7 2 7 2 _ unsafe they "sa'pr's1 BOSTON WENT. TO PIECES. H'l-il.i. July der i today 15 to 3. The vis-. pieces in the third iri- .i'1 :'itching "and- worse 'field- 'thVbome' team to score 1 "'-.t' 3 -j-'s S .1 j.y..........-is'-lH-. 3 .s.... es aud Hess Ragon and KhliuRS LOST GAiiE Ticf'Mat1 -.'uly. Errors by Cin: St.iLouis to win the 6 to "4. .i is the rowing world, Berlin Rowing" club also SIcLouthlln has'.to 'play A. F. Wild nglng' the present titl the championihlp-on Friday, July 4th. a1. rale derp in R'l.'hlp .i a -.iV-'if..-: Tirksll'r -.1 V wiof ifcr I hi Ciraili 'kr FEATHERWEIGHT .TOURNEV ATS NEW; YORK': to In. ir'ii: .r 1.1 itef fr-l'-'i -The beltlnj thowi that San. Fran ipSa.-a I jlr K Oi'.'i i. I i a Ttmmy._ Buck--Canadia-1 Wini Hit Bout. 1 -.-.r _-, iN. .ght Tbiriniy'; "of the ten r i.. .enreighls Betting 60 Races Ruled Of! Turf for York .i. .'adelphfa 38 35. 28.-. 556 j, opening day. oU 36. 30.37 f.i.- "-30.; 3} ..v- 26' 33 tVi'tbe play .upon 'tie pafl- 'i rauVuellr'iTlie iS-w 'r LOCAL-i TO' -INVADE: MONTANA themselves, were'.' very s'' THE STAXplN'G- '6 5 V 5 .515 5 -.500 .153 ONE DIG. 1XS18GS big'inning in which bat and in which Defj-oit scored- 1 rims, gat'r thfe'-home team a'-victory over Chi cage 1 who.start for was balleit !rpni'-the'box-. the; fourth and "who succeeded- last ed.oniy! until- oL that Detroit .1; Behz, Vhite, C.-Braith-and-.Scha ahd'Kuhn.] TO .COVER .r i fought i .i, i'. I- .e not'appv -henuei irora! ihc S iz 2 (Special to the Maclcod, July took a till out ot the homo train here' last MJlit by S lo G. Uerg had every- thing hib own on the mound tor the visitors and minved.tlOTkii -the Mac- leod 'bitters witi'greit consistency.. Murphy piUhcil'.for'Macieod 'al- lowed 13 hits against" Bfrg's-7. Thc.garae was a'classy eihibitioa aoi Warner, "v.'ith its" new and rein_- torccil line-up, looks'as''good team in the league r- 7- ;ajid 31acleod play." a. Jeague gaihe .on neutral grounds.'tomorrow. They 'are going rto Sweet-.Grass to perform at the at tha borde'r town. score I' AB. ct. 51: Lalimer.. 5 1 -McCartcr, e. 5 '-51 o 1 Holmes, 3b. ,3 :-'0 Murphy, p. 1 2b. 1- 'l, Richmfinrt, rf." Peters, If. i" o Arnold, Ib..........4" 4 Engleha'rt, 3b....... 4 Dickottj'H. ..V 3 R.igfofci, ...L 4 Dillon, cf. 4- Campbell, ri.- i: R. 1 I 1 '0 J 0 .0 -I ii. 2 "l E. 0 2 1 I 'P i o o. 0 i'v i'. 37 S 11 won. the ...001 OD2 I2H-6 .7 1 i i: ..s ing re, i I, Sfruc'k oui; by hy. phy. Engleliartjaj'qfiJIufphy 2, i i-.Tjutflc.'; i attendance- GAMES IN MINOR LKAGURS one of the presents big up; .Ofleatti jbe most'notable oi. Picasurie... mtj -learn leave's tomorrow'rhbrhirfg on fl. threenday trip Into Theywllt Valier to-, ft nicrrroiv the ing.'two days, coming home on Monday.-- t V. L. P.C. Cleveland Washington Chicago V Detroit Boston...... New York SB .597 39 32 40 '33 29 45 43'32 29 V 19 48 -.392 r-383 p. it.' i. without- funds '-mi. 'pmdVd up6n Jhft roan foi I him the VtmiipficaUoBs item tbfs'hidiiiig International w. P.C, 48 23 Rochester Providence Jersey :Cily Baltimore Montreal 41 32 .5 31 38 33 37 31 K> .514 .472 -.471 .453 Association Milwaukee Colu'inbus I l.ouisvilie- 'Minneapolis Kansas' City St) Paul Indianapolis Toledo L. P.C. 30 .610 .52T .507 .106 InU'rnaii'iiiiil .TORONTO WINNJEG Toronto, July inade it out of'three ol; -_P.atfcrscn .and Owens "i ON DAY- UiMtk, blati .if UK ------BWTI would i that br ha.r THE RACING SLOOP "OWEN" Thli trttk ilocp "Wlurd" hai turned out for the Crvxcrrt Watertomi, N.Y., U bicK up their to'thj Yacht'Club for th 4..Shawke'y twirled fairly good ball for-, the -Birds. S'ewark 583 4 9 2' Schack and Higgins.; Shawkey and 'Bergen." "'.i: r. --L V, took (jauie ol with MbiTltea! by" 2 to 1." Zinn what proved to be the v inner when hs inside.- tlje grounds in" the sixth. K Rochestir 2' n l Montreal 1 5 Northwestern 0. Vancouver 2, Seatlfe 1., Snosane'l. Winnipeg 1. YVinona 4, Virginia 1. Superior 2. VCaniadian 5, Guelph 0.' Petorboro 8, Ixmdon 1' St. Thomas S, Drantford 4. Berijn 3, Ottawa Pacific -.VeTtlca "OaWand l.i'San Francisco 8, Angeles 6.''Sacfi'menlo 7, Portland 4, Jersey City 11 13 3 Providence 6 H :3 Mansor, and Hlair Baijcy; Donovan, Iteisigl and Onslow. CHICK; priOMINENT AT HAT Edraohton, July Saskatoon wen the last game' of tht, series' here fb: night" by. hitting' Dickinson' hard.. The atterr.oon game was postponed on ac: count o( "wet grbunds. "Churchill af-lowcd- dnlj'' one 'ot them wild as a WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE J li OAMSS WEhB "WEItlB 'Medicine Hat: July .2.. T-. Medicine Hut's 11 to "5 'victory today .ethti Jefeai- ilten-. !T relotl.: The rainiih c so tl and.1: 1.- .ho: o h badly. of Uitiir ijtiH nil corners ot the from the start, receiving -very pooT-'-gunportl" from rocal.of his team mates, f Petertf at >lt Limes held and when fo6t of "tne-; -'A- cellent i r tho vere game nllli olber I total score of the four 'games with Calgary 42 to 21 in .favor-of wnlkihg