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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Filday, July 11,1913 [DIME FOO BALL LEAGUE HA SCLflSE 1 JL Bankers Defeated the Overseas Last Night by 3 to 0 THE STANDING vy. L. D. P. Callies............ 2 * 1 5 Bankers........... 2 0 0 4 S, O. E............. 1 0 2 4 Overseas 0 5 ^ 1 1 RUINS OF HURST RACE TRACK Those youthful Bankers are cutting some ice in the race for the city intermediate football championship and at present are just a nose behind the coaquering Cailies, and running neck to neck with the S.O.E., and the Bankers hare the pole in the race, because they have yet to losf or draw a game, whilc the Callies and S.O. E. have draws on their credit side, ^\(h^e the Bankers have all big counters, and they intend to go into all games to come, with contidenoe that the conclusion will give them two points ,to add to their total. Last night at the athletic park, the Overseas fell victims to the Bank hoys to the tune of 3 to 0. There was some doubt about playing this flrture owiii^ to the rain in '^veight prize fighter,' accompanied.,by; his wife and nepheiiK, arrived in Paris this afternoon from the^ United ^S,ii4ties. by way qJ,Mont- xtai.:. 4 �.. � y- ' ''^ The pugilist drove to a number of hotels before he was able to find ac-tpmmoditions;Johnson said he intended to m^e'.i^airis his headquarters in the future and never on any occasioh would he fight again in America. He added that he had arranged for a number of fights to take place -- ;,t,: in Europe in the autumn. Referring to his recent sentence under the '.'white, slave" act ;to, one year in the Leavenworth penitentiary, Johnson declared Jie.}.would carry the to. the higher' court, fully confident that a decision ultimately would be ,given ,in' 19s"iav6r. It'hs, not gener411^,;i3elieved here that 'Johnson will be deported from France, but the IfEtoe ^.anaaian Australian Rifle association of annual competition by Clie teams or eight men representing the naval and military forces of the United Kingdom, the several overseas domini6ns and other units of the British Empire. It is shot for over three, five iind six hundred yards today, and eight, and nine hundred and a thousand yards tomorrow, ten shots at each distance. This match has been.^hot for on three previous occasions, in 1007, whfen jt was won by Australia with 2,104 points, New Zealand second and Great Britam third. In 1900, when Australia won with 2,088 points. Now Zealand, second, and in 1910 WhenG-reat Britain with 3,177 points, Canada beinjs second, -with 2,105 points, AUBti;alia third, India fourth and, Singapore fifth. Today, therefore, is Cauada'& second essay in this competition, which is held, at the end of'the week. immediaiiely preceding the opening of ;> ? ? IV1ATTY IS GOtNG BACK- YES?; � ��� . ? ? Bring out the strotcher. ? Christy Math&wiidn is throdgh'. > After thirteen ;'earp of steady ? hurling, he can'only win ten'of ? his first fourtijen'starts, in a ? season, and in scoring his, time to coD'e. Poor old Matty! ? PLAYeV GOOD GAME, ; Regina, July 10.-In one of the best games oi ball seen here,this season the Red Sox defeated Edmonton this evening 3 to 1. Rankin pitched a swell article of ball and was given errorless support. Biersdorfeir vraS hit hard hiit was steady in the pinches, the locals getting only three runs for their eleven hits. Whisman's one-handed grab of a mighty drive from Johnson's bat, and the way Rankin co'^ered the infieid territory featured the fielding. Baker had his hand split in the second inning and will be out of ;the game for ten days. Score : � Edmonton ......010 ODD 000^1 6 3 Regina ...........001 001 lOx-3 11 0 Biersdorfer and Spencer ; Rankin and Baker and Duggan. MILLERS DOUBLED SCORE Moose Jaw, July 10.-Threatening clouds hung over the diamond throughout the five innings which the game with the Bronks lasted this evening, but in that time the Millers pounded out 4 runs to Calgary's 2.  Reese was knocked off the rubber by the homesters in the third inning afiter Fortier had knocked out a three-bagger, with thjee men on, ail of whom singled in turn. Dickinson was rushed to the rescue, but Seaton laid down a single, scoring Fortier before tlie side was retired. Red Gavin worked for the Millers and allowed five hits. The Bronks got their two runs in the second, when, with two out,' Gavin gave a base on balls to Meyers and this was followed by a single by Streib and a long three-base hit, to right by Reese which scored both men who were on the paths. In the last three innings Gavin held his men safe, striking out five and only allowing another hit. Score : Calgary ......... ... ..,020 00-2 5 0 Moose Jaw ............904 00-4 7 1 Reese, Dickinson and Roche ; Gavin and Moore. ly. The Hatters played good ball and gave Brown strong support. Churchill was foimd for fifteen hits, one of them a homer and another good..fortwo .ports. Tw;elve were ma'de, off �,'Brown,. one a,. Jhomer;,' and two, ,t)fiples. ^I'lie,' visitors ,b'^t ,',oppo,r-turiely' and, iii bupcjies, wheret^'s. the CJiiakers' 'slamS' were scattered^: Btowh'showed his best fpvm Jwitli [Inen :'oh bases, when he tfghtened up like ah oyster. Score: ' , Medicine Hat ...400 210 232-14 15 1 Saskatoon ......002 Oil 000- 4 12 6 Brown and Bliss; Churchill and Walters. GLOVER OUTPOINTED PLATTS ? ? : <.    *     New York, July 10.-Mike Glover, Boston welterweight, outpointed Qua Platts, of England, In a ten-round bout here last night, Dick Peters, of New York; weighing half-a-pound under the lightweight limit, by clever boxing shaded Tommy GInty, of Scranton, Pa., who weighed 140 pounds. .- American W. L. P.C. Philadelphia ............ 54 20 .730 Cleveland ... ........... '18 29 .623 Washington.............. 42 35 .545 Chicago................... 43 36 .544 Bo5t6n............ .... 38 35 .,.521 Detroit .,. ......... 31 , 5p,.;.3S3 ,5t. Louis ... ... ...... ... 31 51 .378, Jvf^w ;York ..........., ,.. 22 51 .301 International W. L. P.C. Newark ... ;.............. 52 26 .869 Rochester ... ,,.....,..... 46 34 .575 Buffalo �............,..... 40 41 .494 Providence............... 38 40 .487 Jersey City .......... 37 41 .474 Baltimore ... ......... ... 37 42 .468 Montreal...........-. .... 86 41 .468 Toronto .........�......... SO 48 .385' Western Canada W. L. Moose Jaw ...... ��. Medicine Hat............ Regina ... ......... ...... Calgary................ Edmonton ... ............ Saskatoon P.C. .778 .607 .625' .500 .273 .125 SASKATOON'S POOR SHOWING Saskatoon, July 10.-The Quakers failed to brsak their slump today and lost to Medicine Hat in a swattest, with a comedy of Saskatoon errors mixed in to the tune of H to 4. This was the worst beating handed the locals this season. The Hurleyitcs simply could not hit their stride.' Their half dozien errors all came at critical times and proved very cost- KINO NAVY PI^UG OHI&WIKG XOBAOOO (S IN A OB.AS8 BY ITSEtPI It surpasses al! others in quality and flavour because the process by which it is made diffefs from others.-It is deli-ciously sweet and non^irritating. SOLD EVERYWHERE: 10c A PLUG BOCK CITY TOBACCO Co., Manufacturers, QUEBEC 79 3 999932 28614 599999994 ;