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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD riJESDAY, JULY 14, 1914 Morgan Failed to Touch Third Bass for Visitors in Last Innings and Lost Winning Run Lclhbridge and Diamond City ball teams battled eight- innings t-o a 6 to 6 tie at the hall park here last liight.' It was not a high class encounter, iiut there have been a lot worse .names staged around here. "Lethbridgc didn't appear on the field with its most approved line-up tut they were just good enough-for the boy's from across the river. Hid been-out in, their, best Tiiti and tucker, it is altogether likely a burlesque show would have been staged'- instead .01 an even contest. Bert Sang pitched 7i innings for Lethbridge and then was relieved by Shor.ty--Munroe. Beidenbeeher was be- hind the hat and Gorrill on first, both playing a brilliant garni' in! 'these unusual positions.. There was a bunch of good plays pulled -.oil during the game, and like- wise a .bunch of poor ones. Doubles were in. order three were recorded, two of the enemy. Lethbridge was a man short when Umpire Sbover called play ball and "iney decided to let the Diamond City nine take the field. A sacrifice by Munroe was the near- est'thing to a hit that Lethbridge. got off Stokes, the Diamond City twirlerV iii the' first innings, hut he passed three men and with poor support on the infield Lethbridge grabbed off three runs. Without a hit the.visitors.secured a tally, in the first innings. Lethbridee went along in the lead until the of walks, a single and a couple oi er- rorsfallowed the visitors to tie scored. A scratch hit and a safe bunt put them one to the -good in .the iourthV; Lethbridge; was checked and while their opponents were, coming steadily, and the latter added "another in the sixth, making the score 5 to 3. -Lethbridge-went to bat with a de- terniiaa'tion in the seventh with a stifng'-bf-" the best .hitters coming up. a walk, but the next two up we're easy picking for Diamond City, 'ami the case lobked hopeless. then came to the swat- ting station and hammered a t-hree- iiagger to right field, which scored Green. Gorrill then hit for a single and scored-'Seidenbecher and Frey fol- lowed a punch over second, scoring Gorrill and put-ting Leth- bridge'one in the lead. Bonnell got a pass, hut'Simpson retired the side fly over second base. ;Diamond City'had th? game won in the eighth and last spasm, when Mor- gan hit for three hags and sent R. 'in ahead of him. Morgan was getting away with some Ty Cobb stuff and stood good to make it stick, hut he blundered and was put out; he falle-a to touch third base. He! Bltatted the ball on the .nose between centre and right; it-w'as.good ior just three bags; and no more, but Morgan kept, right on going whew he came to third. Munroe- received, the throw from the outfield and as Mor- gan rounded thjrd for home, threw get- the runner at the plate the heave was ten feet over Seidenbech- .ec'shead and. Morgan .isallo'ped .over the plate with the winning run. Um- pire Shover and a coupb oi the Leth- players jSaw Morgan skip over it-he third hag without touching it, and when the ball was put back to the pitcher and shot over to third, on the bag, Morgan was de- clared out and the run didn't count. With the score a tie ami the field about to be enveloped in darkness, the teams agreed 'in quit without playing the ninth innings. RUNS BY INNINGS R. 11. E. Lethbridge .......300 000 30-6 5 4 Diamond City .....102 101 01-6 5 4 THE LINE-UP II.; Munroe, 2b.- p.; Evans, ss.; Se-idenhecher, c.; Gor- lb.; Bonneli, ci., Simp- eon, 3b.; Sang, p.-2b. Diamond ss., Petcr- tepn, lb.; Stokes, p.; Cumming, rf.; ci.; T. Croft, if.; Ward, c.; Crott, 2b. on'balls, oft Sang Hi off Stokes 7, Hit by pitcher, by 3iHf 1. Struck but, by Sang 4, by Muoroe 2, by Morgan 8. Double plays Evans to Munroe to. Gorrill twice. Peiereon unassiated. STANLEY JOSLIN Motorcycle vider from "VViikesbarre, Pa., and ex-cowboy, who is now racing at tlie Toronto .Motordrome. GETTING BUSY FOR TRACK AND FIELD WORK AT "Y" The track nmi lieUl cntlmslnsts ol the Y.M.C.A. met last'night, and de- cided that they would outer a team of athletes in the Labor Day sports. It is the intention of the athletes to commence training this week, and all members interested and .wlwdesire to be coached in' the different'events are requested to report to the physi- cal director at the T.11.C.A. gymnas- ium night at S o'clock. The vacant lots next to the associa- tion blinding have been secured and being cleared of aft loose stones ani rubbish, with, the intention bt making-a playground of it. The "Y" athletes intend to use this ground for practicing their Held ev- ents, and will use the tract- at Hen- derson Park twice a week for their track work. -.The committee in charge of these activities consists of H. B. MeElyca, M. Dunsworth and J. Camp- bell, CJtENIIER FIGHI The promoters of the Smith-Car- peatier .fijtht in London Thursday night have conic out with the declar- ation that the bout will be a cham- pionship aEair for the world's title. This ciaim is made on the strength of the "fact, or alleged .fact.; that There is not quite the interest dis- played [locally in the outcome of this match as there was in. the Rik'hie. aEair, but the is an important one and will do a lot to establish or disestablish the merits Johnson has repeatedly sidestepped j of Gunboat Smith as a "White fighting with men of real class, and a man capable of giving therefore forfeits the title, Johnson an argument for the heavy- weight title. Any white man who fair run for the There is who appreciates a good any more than the big black ace and his golden smile will lieht up: all Paris when this declara- tion is irougiit to his notice. Johnson will be champion of the "squared circle" untiLhe- is defeated or he retires definitely through old age, in spite oi what the pale-face promoters declare to the contrary. can give Johnson honor is certain to be regarded as the foremost man of the day, King Qeorgc, President Wilson, Teddy Roosevelt, etc., not excepted. The result orthe right Thursday night means much to the principal. The winner will be in line for a crack at Johnson. i STRONG CRICKET TEffl 10 REPRESENT Calgarji Alberta, July 13. The selection committee, consisting of Mr. Whitehouse ot Edmonton, Percy Johnson of Calgary and Harry Napper of Macleod, met together on Satu- NATIONAL Brooklyn-Piltsburg, rain. Philadelphia-Cincinnati, rain. New Chicago 4. Boston 8, St. Louis 7. AMERICAN Chicago 2, New York (I. Chicago 1, New York 3. Cleveland 0, Boston 3. Detroit (1, Washington 3. at. Louis-Philadelphia, FEDERAL St. Louis ff, Chicago C. Buffalo 10, Baltimore 6. Pittsburg 0, .Brooklyn 1. Indianapolis 5, Kansas City 3. St. Louis 5, Chicago 1. Buffalo 2, Baltimore 6. AM. ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 10, Indianapolis -i. Kansas City 5, Cleveland 7. St. Paul Louisville 1. Minneapolis-Columbus, rain. INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 0, -Provljrace 3. Toronto 1, Rochester 7. Montreal-Buffalo, tain. Newark-Jersey City, no game. CANADIAN Toronto 11, Hamilton 3. London 3, Brentford 1. Erie 5. St. .Thomas Ottawa 3, Peterborn 0. WESTERN CANADA CHICK BROKE UP GAME Saskatoon, July Quakers with Harper back at short rand O'- Brien at second, played in 'old time foim, taking two from Calgary.'Beer won the first game, heing nnhittable with men on. Kallio pitched a great game in the Chick went in as pinch-hitter in the eighth innings and broke up the game, scor- ing two. First Calgary............................ 0 7 0 Saskatoon 261 Gage and Jones Beer and Walters. Second game- Calgary............................ 472 Saskatoon 6 11 0 Ball and Jones Ka-IIio, Beer and Walters. EVEN7 BREAK Moose Jaw, July Millers day, and selected the team to repre- and even: Feet sent the province of Alberta, at the i for mKa in the aiter- ........_.. noon game which was easv ior the Western Canada tournament, will take piece in Hegiha during the first week of August. The team is the most representa- tive that has eyjr left Alberta, as there are no less Than seven different visitors. Hurrah in the second game pitched very steady ball. Chapman was stingy" with nils, but generous witli passes. First clubs.represented, and is very strong Moosc jnw in every department, namely, batting, j .....................11 15 bowling and fielding, and particularly' Pe..t ffally Hewitt and Lvas> tint ot Sergt V Martin lOJid liegt Cilgan who-scored 33 at the 900 yard range sweepstake_____________________ 1NTERNATIOX Baltimore 18 30 Rochester 45 32 Providence Buffalo Newark Toronto Montreal Jersey CiU_______ WESTERN CANADA 41 '32 43 33 50 D' Saskatoon Medicine Hat Moose Regina Edmonton Calgary 41 22 35 20 34 31 ,33 30 25 28 23 30 WESTMINSTER. F.C. The following Is the Westminster line-up for a game with the St. An- drew's aggregation in the Sunday- School football league tomorrow Parsons; Worthtngton and Ed- wards: Griffiths, Clayton and Routh; Kav. T. Hall, Adams, N. Hall and Mc- Farland. Players are requested to meet at e church at 6.45 to dress PROVINCIAL RIFLE SHOOT OPENS TODAY; CALGARY Calgin, Jii'j marred hv unfavorable ;wcatHer the Alberta piounoul riAc issoention moiling which started this morning, the. most-successful ever. "About 150 entries have been leccned and a pl-asing feature is the niimbci of jun lor or shot': anl who entered for the nicotine Iheypnzcs to be compettd for dur ing the next four days amount in value to over and riflemen from all "over the province are now in the city The Medicine Hat rifle association will be represented bv R Sim monds 1 Tmdhj J L Peard and M. Fulton. Lethbridge has the lollowmg representatives alreadj on the range Messrs Collins Pittard Hutchison and Carlson. Pittard was on "the Ottawa team last year. ENGLAND WINS AGAIN Wimbledon, July Britain today won tho third bt matches the preliminary round ag- ainst Pi ante In the Dmli International Tennis trophy touinuittPiU Tho niitleli team coiiieiiuenll) meet, nt Boston, tho winning team of tho AUbtuillan-Cau- aerman matches Sill Thursday Wimbledon, July Unglish team will mill lor the'United States on Thursday. rogordato's defeat of Decugii, the Fiench curtain' tod n some- what unexpected hut Parke fulfilled expectations bv beating Max Gennot in the fourth singles match .in threo straight sots Win Singlen, Lose Doublet Wimbledon Julv M MaUo- gordato of Qreat Britain wou a com paratlvey easj Melon Max De cufeis ol Fiance in thiee straight sots: The British team won the first two smg'e m-' Satuida but were beaten in the doubles by the French pair. Germany Will .Compete. Berlin 11-Oscar Ivretitzcr and Otto 1 rotcheim tlie Gerimn lawn tennis plams leave for the United btatcs tin week to rep resent German} in the prclinunariis of the twirnament for the Dwight I DaMs nternationil lawn tennis tro ihe Hit nenlion ol some prominent n embers ot the dcrmin liwn tennlb assocnllon oflerel to ,thc expenses brought about the change in the decision not to send a German team. British Defeated Wimbledon, July. Decugis and ilax'Gel-mot, representing France, defeated H. Roper Barrett and T. M. JIavrogordato, the -English by The English team on Saturday won the first two singles mate-lies.________ S H-f f O A A Men, Sh! Sh! We are going to silence you for- ever. You will never again be able to say, "Ah! 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