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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tim fcETHBRIPGiS DAILY HERALp thiii-Hday, July 10, National; New York (9 '23 .031 Philadelphia '11 37 CliicaRo 36 .493 Brooklet! 31 35 .493 Vittsburg................ 3d at. 31 "42 Boston 30 41 .4811 Oiucinnatl at 48 .877 District League Match Here Last Night Taken by'Mac- leod With Ease Local Team Deficient in Com- bination Work--Many New Players Out The good shlp.LBthbiidgc received a broadside in tho early part c! iho "battle last night which rated ber iroin stem to stern, putting her in sinking condition and making a hope- less task ol it Cot-Commander Seid- eniecher and crow, (rom the fatal iod until hostilities were brought to n close by .enveloping Uarknsss. Tbe invading pirates (torn jladeod with "oiiccaneer "Spud" -Murphy nt the guns, had damo fortune working ov- ertime in their favor, and if th'ero aoy luck going it went their way, but it wasn't luck that won the game, although Lethbridge was butlucied at every turn. It was su- perior skill that turned the trick against Lethbridge, arid the deieat was bordering on the stages ot ig- noniv. The score" ivas 15 to 6- Strange to say, the team on paper, is pliably the fastest aggregation, mari for man, that bos yet been on the diamond, representing this city ID amateur hall. There was an ap- parent aad declijed lack ot team work. This is accounted for when it la sots! that 1ml! the line-up included tiilent that has not even practiced together, let alone- played in a cham- pionship encounter together before. .The pitcher was new, likewise. the second baseman, shortstop and cen- tre fielder.- The third baseman is al- so only 'a recent acquisition, and al- though it is not necessary, it is usually the case that a team ol stars who have not had any practice to- gether discount their ability by Titty per cent. Sizing vip the reputation of the men and comparing it with their. showing .last- night they easily were fifty per cent minus as a team, and this was forcibly the healthy- crowd of- spectators, though highly .disgusted with the showing' ol the favorites, stood loy- ally by them, until the last. The first innings the teams scored one apiece. Then Macleod came in and tore things loose. Gorril, the Warner acquisition, was an propo- box for- the local cele- but he was as good as the support Accorded him. He was pitch- ing good ball for the greater part, but got into holes and needed' extra- ordinary help, but as a rule it was not even ordinary help that was forthcoming, and what with indiffer- ent fielding the enemy brought DO less than seven tuna across on this momentous occasion. The game was right there. l.ethbrtclge made a double tally com' What Might-Have Happsned to We' L. Green, If Seidenbecher, 2b T. Green, 2b Gorrill. p Hutchison, p Score lacleod Lethbridge X 6 10 2 is a had actor, when "he thinks he's not get-tinp a'square. deal- In. the seventh he hit for a good three bags to right, Umpite McCarty calM it a foul and Wells was dumbfounded he assumed the facial expression of a desperado and with blood in his eye stepped up to plate again with two strikes on him. Whether the. next ball was or not was a matter jo be. threshed out by Wells and Um- pire McCarty. JlcCarty decided it was a strike, and to show his P.Y- :rerne disapproval hurled his bat ;bra remote corner of the lot. The crowd derided him for the action then Wells beiohed forth like Mount Vesuvius, throwing sand and gravel and spatting at his totmentors until ofcibly shoved back onto iho tench DV some "ot his fellow players. For lis bad was put out of the game. bact in (heir of the second, though they had a fine opportunity ot doing as Macleqd had previously done, but Gorril after singling and getting to second essayed to tie a shoe string or something of that or- der nlteen feet- from the bag and was caught hands down with none out. took the wind out ol the sails and it was soon all off. 1-etUbridge added one in the fifth and two in the eighth and last session, which com- pleted their display iji tbr scoring column. Macleod added one run' to their of eight in the third and two more in the (onrth and then rested on their oars for a couple oE rounds. Unless He Does United States Government Will Take Bbncl Havre, July John- son, (lie negro pugilist, nr- rivorl here today oa board the "Jurinthian, and immediately oa landing announced his de- termination never to return to the United States. He said he would in Iho future take up. his residence in Paris. -i- MAY Washington, July John- ;on's announcement that he would never return to the United States caused depp.rtment .of justice officials mmediately to consider steps to bring about the forfeiture ol his 000 personal hond'pending in Chicago For bis appearance in connection with the white stave indictments upon which he had not been tried. Judge Carpenter a few days ago National HARD HITTING, POOR PITCHING Boston, July won. both [ftmcs of a double header'from St. today.. The second called it the end of the eighth. Heavy hit- ing by the and" tha. wildneas of tho St. Louis pitchers we're til- ij- responsible for tho victories, it, "Louis MR. W. The English amateur yachtsman wU UaH'Slr Thomas Llpton's yacht In the race for America's cup. 1 REGATTA POSTPONED Tho state of the weather' this afternoon caused tho Aquatic Lake, to some future data not yet decided upca. declined- to declare -tho bond to postpone their regatta. ed until it was clear, that Johnson tllled for this1 evening at the would not appear when wanted. Tho department of jVistice, it is said, probably seek official, confirma- tion 'oi his" fthnouncement not to re- turn and present -the matter again to j j Government attorneys expressed no IPALZER AND regret over the" negro's announce1 ment. A few clays ago officfais con- sidered .the advisability of. asking FiraJice tp deport" him upon arrival, but it was "decided to let the case t-ako its usual course. Their view waa that there could hot bo objection to bis absence from-the country, and it he should return, the imprison- ment sentence would-.always be en- providing "the circuit court of appeals approves "the verdict. Champion to Meet American White Winner to Meet Johnson Paris NEAR1NG THE FINAL TEST IN DAVIS TENNIS CUP CHAMPIONSHIPS It Is surprising io see that-the hits -ere neatly equal, Macleod having the edtje by but one. Softlenbecher supplanted T. Green at second in the middle of the game. The change was made, not because ol Green's lack o[ class, but rather to put some new life into the team and engender pep. Green was not up to his reputed standard, tut there is every indication that with the goods and will come hack strong. He hit the longest clout on the local team, being labelled for three hags. Great Crowds Go to Scene of Battle "lor World's and 'Canadians win Preliminary Rounds Xew York, July O'Rourke, manager of Al. Palier, .has accepted :he terms ot T. H. DInuo, director of for tch' between Pnlzer -and George Carpentler noxt Oatober'for a purae of i The division or-ths purso and the-exact rfate-'Of 'the light i e arranged on, the arrival of Pa! An effort will be made to match tho winner with Jack Johnson la Xorem- ANDERSON STRICKEN WITH, APPENDICITIS NoUingharo, Ens., -July of lawn tennte enthusiasts reached tills city last night and early today to attend the semi-final round, io be played here today, tomorrow ami Sat- urday, between teams represent Ing tlie United States and Gormany, In tha preliminary for .the HG- for the Dwlght P. Davis International trophy. Tbe weather was dull and threatening at the opening of the day. The United States Eeam la compos- ed of Maurice E. McLougblln, Harold be H" Hackelt. R- and GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES 3 B 6 10 Goyer and McLean; "Wiugo, leas and Rnriden. Sacond H, Louis Boston American HOLLAND AT ITS BEST St. Louis, Boston won over Louis t'mlay 0 to p, Ray Collins hnri -tho locals at his mercy, while Boston hit St. Louis pitchers haul awV'tootc advunta'su ot tho homo team's .errors. 9 11 0 Si 0 4 6 'CoHtns nnd Cinlgan; Leverenz, Wenman, Howell and Agnov. 6 12 10 fc Sleele, and Wingo; lobertB, Rudolph a.ad.. Whaling. Called account darkness. "GIANTS' FOURTEENTH OT York. July 9. New York 1 straight today when It tie- Chicago in the second ol tho seiJes.', Marquard bad the visitors absolutely at his mercy. Cheney iltched a strong .gamo for Chicago. Chicago 0 4 1 New York.............. 3 5 S Chenoy mid BresnShan; Mnrquard BEDS WON IN NINTH 'Brooklyn, July game lad a.sensational finish, Cincinnati ;ping Into the ninth one run behind ind batting out a. G to 5 victory. 3oth aides batted heavily and Ben- !on was knocked out ot the box In ;he fourth, Cincinnati 6 17 l Brooklyn.............. 6 13 1 Benton, Suggs, and Clarke: Miller. AD.UIS P1TCIIBD.-WELL- Philadelphia, July (Only three lits, two of tbe'tn scratches, vfero made. oft Adams today, and Plttshurg defeated Philadelphia S to 0. Plttaburg Philadelphia 3 10 0 3 1 Adams and Simons; Brennan, "Alex- ander, Irnlay, Mayer and Howloy, Itfer. BLANKED "July and Schalk proved tpo.miich for Vnit to- day and Chicago shut out the score 2 to 0. Scott struck out 10 men, fol- lowing Midklrt's iunible ol Coiliiis1 and lloilie's gavo Ilia .locals .tho game. Now York.............. c 0 1 Chicago 2 6 1 Caldwell and Smith; Scott and gchalk, DIVIDED DOUBLH-HHABEn Detroit, July and Detroit divided today's double hoad- er, tho home team winning the first game 5 to 3, arid tho visitors taking the second.9 to 0. .Flnst game: Washington............. X S 2 Detroit............. 5 f 1 Groorue; G alii am and Henry; Dauas and McKee. Sccoad game: BASEBAU TnBtES Amoricun W. V. P.O. lnfclphia 84 19 31evelaiia 47. 38 Washington 43 34 Chicago 43 85 Boston S'i 8.1 St. Louis _.., .81 SO SO 60 New Tork 21 61 Milwaukee Columbus Kansas City Minneapolis at. Paul Toledo Indianapolis Association 50 40 43 41 40 37 39 31 .eig .553 Ml .883 .375 .26J .5S8 .Ml .618 .401 .468 .439 .302 Northern Winotia 48 Duluth Minneapolis Superior Winnipeg Grand Forks St. Paul Virginia .611! .cas .500 .567 .507 .13t .353 Northwestern W. L. P.C. 50 32 .610 51 34 .COO" 31 -ifi-t Vancouver Seattle Portland Victoria Tacoma Spokane 44. 40 37 27 .470 .425 .829 Washington Detroit. Johnson, Gallia and 9 12 0 2 Alnemlth.; Dll- buc, House, Senralock, and. Slan- ts gfl. CLEVELAND AFRAID TO STEAL Cleveland, July de- feated Cleveland fn the first game of tho series here today, liases on halls by Mitchell proved costly. Cotiscrva- tU-e base-running held Cleveland's score down, as tlioy outhit their op-" ponents.. Philadelphia............. 5 30 0 Cleveland.............. 312 2 Buali and Schang; MHchell, Bland- log and 6'Xcll, WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE.GAMES OAME DOWN Regina> July did nob GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES International Montreal 310 3 5 12 J. WcCraynor and Burns; Qulnn and Williams. Toronto Buffalo 7.13 3 S liemln; Beebo, 'Nelson and Lalonge. Campbell, late of Lethbridge, now with Maeleod, hit the ball hard, and played a stellar game When with Lethbridge he was somewhat of a lime. who was loaned to Leth- In tho seventh (iprril got himself (bridge hy Warner, along with Gorril V; in a bad hole and with three on bases j for the occaiion, was one ot Urn re- Is. be. was yanked out in favor ot Hutch- j trievmg- features of the locals' show- ison. Hutchison went in with a still arm ar.d couldn't locate tbe plate. He had a number ot wild pitchoij and liofore tbe side had rctirrd (our more runs were rung up. ln tlie last in- nings Hutchison got going good and blanked hts opponents. Th; Box Score AB R H PO A R Wells, as uixon, el McCarter, 3b Foster, Ib Campbell, cf McLaren, c Helas, 2h Murphy, p Peteri, It Bendor, rr 3 1 Evani, rf Wray, o Serf, at. 8b I9f 35 15 11 24 14 AB R H PO A E .4121 4 0 1 8 2 1 0 2 2 2 Kg on the field, and ingles at tlie net. he got two SVallace F. Johnson aa The German team conqiats of Otto frooltzhefm, Kreutzer, Freder- ick Wllhelir Rahe and Htrtnrich Kleinschroth, the leader among Ger- man iawn. tennis players, did not, however, at Wlcahaden tour- iHament owing to an injured arm 1 All the men have European reputa- tions, having- played through many tournaments on tho Riviera, and Mor- itz, Prance. According to tho programme, two atngle matches were scheduled for to. day, WiUianiB being drawn agafnst K-reutzer, and McLo'jghlin against Operated On and Doing Troubled With Kidneys as First Supposed July Ander son, the Oregon was op eratcd upon hurriedly for appendicitis tonight In a hospital. A tho last moment. tiree agread that ho was in the acuto Btag- c-s oC the disease, tnat an Imme- diate operation was necessary to save his iJfe. 'rovlouslj' It was supposed Uiat An- derson was surferUig from kidney trouble caused by the beating he re- ceived in hli battle with Leach Croas iact Friday. Anderson's condlttoa late tonight 0 5 DaltimoTo Providence Snawfcey and EEan; Bailey and Ketchor. (Called to allow team to catcl} train.) Association Minneapolis Kansas City Olmstead and- Owens; Powell arid KrickelU 5 13 C 14 2 Toledo Indianapolis Basketta Harrington Ions remain at'the top ol the league standing, dropping both gameti ol double' hondec to Hat (o- tlny. Tho attcrnoon game was a weird aftalr, the visitors scoring li runs in the last tour nnu winning out 15 to 3. The evening game was one ot tlio snappiest seen here this season, the Hatters capturing tho bacon in nu extra round. In the afternoon. Ferdy Manning, recently secured in tho trade -with Saskatoon, pitched his "first "and probably his. last game, for the Red Sox. lie got along fairly well in-the. fust routnls, but begafc to wobble bnrttj-.in the sixth. He went to pieces in tho scventh-nnd the team cd him. Altogether, 12 errors were 'chillkerf up against Sox, three of which were contributed hy Manning himself.- Schneider pitched splendid biiH tov tlio Hatters and was backer! up in fine style. "Mother" Dunn his team to in the evening and also de- livered a tu'o-bngfcer in -the seventh ivitJt the bases full, .scoring- three runs and tic ing up the score when the Sox Looked like -sure winners. and. Livingston.1. [Previously Heinie Kruger had made _ !a sirnilnr lor the homo Columbus: Called at p.nd elclb- Jlackiti's error nnd bv of fourth, 1 to 0 in favor oi Colunibue; Jersey City...........'. 4 8 1 Newark 3 10 1 and Wells; Donnelly, Dell, I Jones, the hew light in centre field, oofc care ol a couple ot hard catch- es. He looks good oil came across with two hits. The stellar catch of the gsTne was made by Benrtec when Wray hit the Canadian Wlni Folkestone, July the Canadian captain, drew ilrnt blood In the aemMlnal round of the Davis Cup preliminaries In which Canada played Belgium, HO defeated Chevalier do Ncrmarj, the Belgian second stHng, rain. Louderrnilk nnd Murray, and Clemens; Ferry St. Paul........... .Milwaukee Rel'ger and James; 1 11 3 0 3 lap m ha and reported as favorahlo to recovery. CANADIAN BOWLERS VISITED BURNS' COTTAGE Were Victorious Yesterday In Their Match With Ayr by 102 lo 97 London, July Ofinad: bowlers today visited Burns' Cottage, Scotland. Tho citizens north.of the Tweed are providing1' most generous hospitality for the Overscan players, Today's game was against Ayrf Ca- nada TV inning' Wot grounds tended lo slightly check the game. Tho adores were: Farrow 13, trays 20-, Chapm'fln Maekle S; Knowlea 24, Carty 20; Rice 24, Adams 1C; McTnggart Gordon 2i- totals, Canada 07. the rishi ln 'hree Etraixht autB, The Canadian and centre, ft was a speeding things his oPwn way, tlie Uelglan clout., and goorl for three bases at least il Bender had not gathered it in- He took It on ihe iua, goint back to the fence. CATARRH OF THE BLADDER winning only four games. Americans Victorious XoUliighan., July Un- ited Stales, defeated Kreutzer. Qor- many, three Bets to one. WiHJame took the flrist two seta, 6-1 and 5-2, Kroutzer wiping the thtrd, 4-6, V7hllo Williams came back strong In tlio fourth, which he look hy the score of C-l. FrooltzhcSrr. won tho second set from Mclvoughlln, ..VeLciighHn corning back filrcng In tho next three ftots, which hs won by the acoree ot W, q-2, 6-2, Hack and Dulutli 11, Winnipeg 2. Grand Forks 0. Superior 9, Wlnona's. Minneapolis 3, St. Fnul i. Northwestern Scatlle 6, I. Portland 11, 6. Vancouver-Spokane, ir Pacilic Coast Sacramento 4, San 3. Los Angelas; 9, .Oakland G. Guclph 10, 4, Guelpb 2. Berlin G, Hamilton 1. Pel-erboro-Brantrord, latter forfeited. RESULTS OF RACES AT Winnipeg, July Tho leatute ot the second day o( tho exhibition meeting, the pace or trot, was won by Dr, U. P., In straight h-ats, from mich noted harness horses as Hal McKinney and Bessie Dee. Tho event for a purse for provided the spectators with somo excellent finishes, but there was little money moving on the- race, as tho favorites were at short prices. The trot saw a close raca between Tropic Dawn and 7-ometio lor first money, tho race going the lull. BaUell.-Jloosp. Jnw, 2, 5, 7, 7, 3. Tlmo p'ivc furlons dash, purse Cranberry, M. Olive, JlcCJoud, won Ester L., .J. M. Lcavilt, Springfield, Ills., second SI..' Jo., Irivin Bros., Cheyenne, tliird. Furlongs, running, purse Oxer, Aitcbison, Miles City, Mont., Dor-hie, Wheat City Stables, second iV'nyinc, jrwin Uros.T Clicy-cnne, Wyo., third. Time Mile ami sixleer.tii, running, purse FRANCIS STRUCK A i-OG Flying Boal Broke Propeller and Put Itself Out of Commission South Haven, July Francis reached hero in his flying Scat at 5.20 o'clock evening. After taking gasoline he attempted to get away for Mackinaw Park, but col- lided with n floating log near tho ond of the piers. 'One of the propellorn of the craft broken, and Francis drifted nearly a mile doan the beadb' before uo picked tho lifo savers. Francis has.sent lo ChlCQKO for a new propeller, and bopes lo have matle.lri time lo resume Iho air trip today, -s of fivo heats before being decided: Cole, Wheat City SlaMcs, won; In running race, Silver San Hank, Anderson and Limriey, sec- Tborn, tho rider of Prince Philstop, ond ScnmrnnKC, U'. L. MeCraekcn, Cfiddings put the Matters ahead .in i-hc eighth, liut Williams was' there with the hero stunt in the Regina hall, cracking out a clean home run. In the tenth Daniels Leat out- a hunt, Morse tripled and Giddlnga (singled, two runs counting. QUAKlinS WIN Saskatoon, July intda _it three straighi from the Quakers by 18 to S in..otic.of the poorest- games 'of tfio season. Ford had an off day {and was unreliable. His insJTectlvd- [ncss, combincil with costly errors, I proved disastrous tho locals. (Frink pitched stellar ball' for tho [Bronks nnd was given-fair support. An error, wnlks find- a donhie ncUetf. the visitors two runs in tho first, while lour singles row In tho third brought in three runs. In the sixth, a, double, a dead ball, an error and a single 'brought the total up to eight. Three singles and hn error were re; sponsiblc for Srtskatoonrn two rims In-the first. In Ihe third error !nnd ft single, brought in'tho third. OUTPJ'TCHED OKLLAR Moose Jaw, July. Tlus- Rcll Nnrthrup was altogfttber too much "lor the'lVinls this evening and Moose ,law 12-2. Xotthrup fig- ured vtiry largely in the victory of the locals, he aHowcd tho visitors hut five little bits and did wonders with tlio'hat. In four trips to the plate- the big Dee Moines hoy drove out two home runts and .a timely scoring; three runs liitnsell and driv- in five besMfls. PRINCE Al-BERT DEFEATED came up against tho fence at the Winnipeg, third. Time turri. was thrown and had his right leg broken. Paco or trot, purse D. P., J. Domplrc, Edmonton, 1, 1, 1. Prince Wood, Fleming, Port- age La Prairie, 3, 4, 2. Hal McKin- ney, Al. Russell, Htvcuite, Calif., 2, 6, 4. Dcsslo Dec, I" Parker, Ham- CANOF1A SOCCER ELEVEN Dcllar was hit to all corners of j the lot, the locals pounding his slants homers, A triple and a double. Weed got tlie triple nnd double and n pnir Seml-Fhial of Saskatchewan lin-, Minn-, 7, 2, 5. Fern Hal. H. It. -1, 3, 3. Ellit Pcnrc.sc, Joe-Carson.. Winnipeg, Jiiljr Albert 550 Time Cano.m, 2 to 0. in tho Sp.a- Trof, pur.w D. kMchowan. football Boml-Tlnftl hero to- flay, bofore tho largest crowd ihat ever O.ver.tlirRe thousand snw tlie which was nip and tuck nil striwart..Lo8 Calif., 3, Flem- Portage Prairie, 1, 2, 1, 3, 8. Hamlino .J ft. Loonois, Minnea- 1, 4, i, 1. tropic Dawn, ing, polis, 2, C. Cloudo .Woodford, T. Jlho, way, nf singles hcsidcfl, in fivo times up. Spencer put bition of catching, letting tlm plonshlp Saw [steal tiq icwcc than seven bases on" Encounter at Saskatoon {him. St'ftdelli pilfered three cnshfuns and Scaton The latter stole, homo in the sercjith, catching Spen- cer llat-foolcd and aslcop. The nirda filled bases in the ninth Imt struck out for Iho Mnctircr put .up. aii easy one to O'Dnj'. Hlersdorffir hnt- teil lor'DcUar in the pinch and sent up another which O'Day got ;