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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta [SURPRISE TO BASEBALL WORLD Knox Viclorious in Crucial Test Against Westminster and Shield is Theirs The shield, emblematic ol the sen- tor girls basketball championship m iurday school league longer ornament the. championship at Westminster Jlethodist It will be moved over to tho Score was 18 to 7---Peters in Box for Home Runs Were Made Macleod, July was oul- hit, outrun and outplayed generally here last night, and suflercd defo-; at the har.a's of the Macleod team hy IS to 7. Berg was in the box for the visitors, and ho was easily solved, JAKE STAHL Who gives way to Bill Carrigan a the Boston Had Sox of the American League ]iichb Tvltl hR moved, over uj of the league series wa5 on St: grounds last night, and -nhen whistle blew !or. full time ilv tragedy .was chatted: up 12 to 3. Both 'teams playmg itrons all season and in the previous game between these-teams on Knoi Erounds1 Westminster was the Cor But last night the Knoi r-- had tholr revenge. -They outoUssed at .nearly every point Bnd roa'pn as.a classj bdsietball seven: There waa a bis crowd ip ''see the final. Perhaps, the largest bunch ot rooters, evptassom- hl d at a basketball game in the city, ana while there was ing lor a homo run. This occurred in the second innings with two down. MeCarter, too, hit a home run in the same innings al- ter Wells had singled. The hitting was done hy five men on each side. Warner has an improved -team, but- TJ_- -Westminster was LUG MULULL nac, Bui last night the'Knor girls they failed to show their class yes- we ere the play was 'too lot a lew '.Only minutes in .the second hall was there anything a rally.- Westminster Lirls pulled iheiriselves; together, and played with: great vim, keeping -the Pretty -tfrritoxf; bnt-the'.lorwardsicouldn'.t ishoot.il It oS night. -Knox .in Eva Vrame nnd Stella Brown had a mas- niSccnt delence. They were on the job all rhe time and toiled many 'Westminster play. Knoi was likewise strong on the other end 61 the field, and 'their fqr- wards were worth cheering. tor. Miss Jean Stewart was. the bright star ol .the game'and. her well-directed shots seldom (ailed she was ably assisted by' Miss Dciseth. The centres were more evenly matched, but '.Vestmins- ,ter girls ireely admitted that they were outnlavcd in checking and pass- Mim-tiaisy Prinkill at centre for Westminster, plaved a fine game and il'Elie had as muth weight as speed would have ma'de it interest- terday. Hcrg, p. Miller, 2b.......... Luker, c., rf........ George, 3b...'.. Bigford, ss.-.1.; Diiun, and c. A.D. B..H. B. BASEBALL tONlMT, Catcher Placed at Head of World's Champion Red Sox GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES EIGHTEEN STH1GHT VJCTOUIKS New York, July 16. New York raised 'its National league Uf-mftnt to- day nnd celebrated the occasion by taking its eighteenth straight game., defeating Cincinnati .4 to 3. Cincinnati '.000 003 11 I New York .001002010-4 14 'I Brown ann Kling Matnowson nnd Meyers. BROOKLYN' CEI.EBItATED Brooklyn, July Brooklyn club celebrated the complete ol Kb- Chlcaio July Garland pet's Field with-dedication day Stsiil was ousted as manager ol .the monies, today, observing aM the lea- Boston today by "res ot. an Alee'r, president 6! the club. Though music, a parang differences, amounting to serious inls PLANK STRONG WHEN NECESSAKY Detroit, July Plank i unhtttulilp when Detroit -had men within distance ol the and' Philadelphia won the final gamo ot the series today. Philadelphia .001-133 100-7 11 3 Detroit'.'. -.000000000-0 9 3 Plank and Hall, Scanilock and Stance1 and AIcKee. HIGHLANDERS .LOST St. Louis, Mo., July Hamilton wus almost, invinoiblo this afternoon, while. osti n' KeAtii ing waa wild The Lethbrluge hall team started out like, a house'atlre at the start of the season, and- carried ail ''before' them in the District League, but of late they have taken a tumble through misfortune and design: They have not come across with a win for some time now, out In their game to- night they are going to mike a last stand, as It were, and try to retrisve their fallen fortune. They will have I Warner to contest with'tonight, and pjthe locals fully aspect to clean the 0' southerners up Lethbriage ;is now occupying Uia_ bottom rung of !the league and the very- badly :lfQ4-.. up for a fixture, at Waniar; but -A.U- R. ll.-E. I for ;tn'js things; ralEht have -been 'dlf- ing for her check. .The high wind which swept .the grounds puzzled the at limes in efforts, .but the obstacles' regard were even. WeBtniiJisler.. failed" _to. score from the their points' rep'resent- inp, fo jl The score" niTiall" time 'stood 67! p.ncl this was duplicated in the sec- ond. WT. Ernio Jackson, of St Cyprian's, referecd, and did it mos ni-ceptahly, very lew of hta ruling being (juestloned. He was absolutely square" to both, teams. The line-up was Misses Je'an Stewart, Ethel Tleiseth, Ida Brown, Stella Brown, Koxy Armstrong, Eva Frame and May Misses Mabel Butler. Ettiel Hataon, Daisy ifay Tarris, Pearl Robertson, Agnes Mill- er and May Davis. 2 jMaeleod oiLethbridge Wells, ss'. 3. ferent. Foster, :ib'..v..- Camphell, McLaren, 3b. Helds, 2b. lurphy, IE. lender, Deters, p.........'. 35 18 H 6 ilacleod '....luO 704 Varriet..........A 000 20- 7 runs, Peters, Mc- Jarter .three base hils, Peters, Campbell, Berg; two-base hils, Campbell 1'eters, Luker stolen bases, Wells Miller Camp- hell McCarter Bii-on Foster; Bender base; on halls, off ?eters 3, oil Berg 7 hit hy pitcher, Foster, Field, Mender, George .struck out, by Peters 6, by Berg 2. Umpire, Elutchinson. Time of. 1 'hour Attendance. 490. .s The Standing understandings vyllh McAleer were ru- mored ba causes''ot''SUM'S release, both the and president Insist- ed that tho demand Nora tho Block- holders tor a p'iayjng manager was the mot'lVe. Stahl's" leadership uchnlcal- iy Included today's game. Tomorrow Catcher Carrigan will charge of the tanni.. Not'Surprised In Boston Boston, July announce- ment: 'SUM, of tho Bed Soi, would sever hif connection with the team which'he took to a world's championship last season, was not un- expected here. Close followers bl tho 'falling fortunes ol the-Hotl Sox thia season' hatf beJii led to look for some result of'a dls- agreement tetwe'eu James H McAleer, br thB'Boston club, and Mnbri.gr St'sUil: of this dis- according to some ot their de- as roani'ser to supplant SvfcAleer- Bill- CirTijan, Slah as e, reputation armirt the Amer'Icnn as one ot the 545'headihg' str'Stcgistg amons -.455 active players.; '-UiWW --ytafs .417 land a native of'LerfJiton, Me. to B. Chicago Brooklyn Cheney and Bresnahan Stack and FisherM. 'OAKS'LdST GAME Philadelphia, July cert hail prevented a run- in Louis' tenth intiin; and'inefiectlvo nt 'critical stages, St. N York nnd National league. Chicago won the .010 .000 10 Now York St. Louis Pas- St. .110 000 5 0 Keating and Smith Hamilton and Agnew.': ED. WALSH RETURNS .Chicago, ..July -15. Pitcher Ed. Walsh returned to the game today the first time since June 38, when'ho __ waa "forced, out'ol tho pastime on ao- hy a. count of illness, and Chicago won C. Boston Hyatt. 30 New- York 2J Orayalh, Phllaflolphlit 61 Djubort, BrooWyi 63 Chicago 53 St, IxiuU 17 Plttsburg 67 nr, i'ltuburis 46 Zimmerman, Chicago tlhk'or; OInclnns.fi 53 S. Magee, 63 Kling, Cinplnuttl 20 Titus, Boston. OJ Ksvr TorV; 63 St. tiS Ke-w York 03 J, Mayors, New. York: OS Podge, CSnclnmU Konetohy, Bt. Louis 10 Workie, York 09 p, Miller, Plil'la; S3 New York 66 N. .York' M Orlnerj St. Lou.lt 19 J. Miller, -PllLshurg 89 Lobert, Phllad'elplila 06 Brooklyn 64 Erwln, Brooklyn 20 Marians, ClnoinnlU 63 Beoker, Phlla dolphin 62 0. "Miller, 'Brooklyn 65 Butlor, PlltslWB "10 Bailee, at Lcula Zi Brooklyn 03 bakes, St. 69 Doolan, Philadelphia 31 sensational diving catch .of Kotoh- :from Boston alter ten hard fought Oaks tried to repeat: innings. a the perlormanco on a-drive by ert in the Phillies' half wilti two put. .Chicago Oaks missed, the ball by half an inch ji.conard and T anil it, rolled to the. bleachers and won. Si: Louis on. .000 101 000 0-2 10.0 .000 000 101 i-3 10 3 Phila'dElphia 'Burns, Salee and Wingo Chalmers, renriatf' and and Hovvley. WEAKENED IN THE ELEVENTH Hp'stQn, July Rudolph, riitched. a 'fine 'game for 'Boston the eleventh Inning', hut. lie' blew up 'theft and Pittshurg batte'd hard and wcin. Fittshurg .OOD.OOO 100 IS Boston .100 001 000 G 3 McQuillan, Hendrix and Simon and Coleman Hudolph, Whaling and Rar- iden. Schalk. .001 000 000 .000 010 OM Thomas Walsh 7 5 5 and WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES Beseher, Cincinnati Bsnton, Cincinnati Horzos, New York L. Mages, St. .LouUi T. ClarSe, Cincinnati Byrne, Pittsbure... at Doyle, New York Sweoney, Boilon Murray, New YorX Bridwoli, Chicago PhtladelphU Evere, Chlbago 8IXTBBN' HITS Medicine Hat, curves were not '.very good. P1TOHINQ W li 4 Scotchmen 'Have the Football .Charapioijsliiij ofrthe City and POSTPONED GRAND CIRCUIT RACES Magtath Shield as Good as. Won-lResiilt to 1 Minor Games International Torgnto Montreal .000 001 .010 010 today'atid the'Brotiks loitated Htra'ior sixteen hits. Thle, combined with oor eupnorf in spots, gavo ilra a loss nd .Frlnk a win. by a 6-3 score. It was not a'tlvat-class game, but at times some really tiTllliant work was pulled oil. Julius Strteb, of. tho Drpaks, played a great game, having sixteen put-outs without an Some of tho Brooks who, for some time past have not bean hitting the to-.hit thelr: Eu- pcc'lally so this true of S keels. NATIONAL r Brooklyn St.- Loiiis Louis i u Math'ewsbn, N. York 13 4 Seoton, Philadelphia, 12 4 Humphries, Chicago 62 Cooper, Pltlsburs 3 i 1 nngon, Brooklyn..... 11 B Alexander, Plttsburg 11 B Cheney, Chicago..... 11 5 Demarto, Now York 42 2 I rJe'nton, .Cthdnjiatl'... OS Stabk, Brooklyn ..6 3 Marquard, N.VYork 8 ,6. 'Rohlnion, pStlaburg 8 'E Bailee. lo'nt'real -010 010 fl ,ate o[ tho E6kimos, who hasn't hit jmdolphl Boston Oaw and Graham Mason, Mattern ,n B0me UnlD Ho had ,our OTerall chiciKO and Burns 0 STANDINO 'OF TEA-MS i'. !AV. lj'' D. Pts. ,unit-y knocked at-their door stared tS'env In the ftic'e, they Overseas 'The Caliies.'-.lg'qk like- the winners t ciiampiocship on the sen- Petersburg, Pa-.-'July grand circuit races were again, postponed- to day, because at the heavy track -cor diUons and frequent showers. A attempt will .he made to start the week's programme tomorrow, and that all races' on the card might be run Ml, an entire change ol programme has been arranged, carrying on rac- ng through Saturday. loQthall fixture ol the city lea- .Rochester Buffalo ...'.''.'.030 020 12 0 _ and Jiftkiitsch liccbo and Calgary---- Latbnge. unable, .except in .'one instancp, gecoiid in -making-: their onlyi goal. At the Rochester .OCO.OOO very.'woret, the Callies can only lose Buffalo .000 300 thoir remaining two-games, and that j Hughes and Jncklltsch ;-Frill would tie them witfc'tho and Qowdy. In five times up. Hollis also hit well. Catches by Harris and Daniels in tho outfield were tho features of the lo- 010 101 6 IB 2 Medicine Hat.. 200 000 1 5 2 2 5 1 and Fftnk and Rocha; Una and It'is hardly possible that they will j he.-.defeated -in the. event ot -a tie, 000 1 DONOGHUE HAS PROFESSIONAL PROCLIVITIES AS A RUNNER Winner of Herald Road Race a Match Race Many whiskies ara adsertised as The Bsst but no proof is giiren. The quotations in trade papers prove the best is JOHN JAMESON'S. gue. They -.have, two '.'more, games. play, and" wo 'points 'lead. England 'were strung all -OTervthe field last night by the Scotchmen; thereby losing any noM they might, have. had. The Callies put.tbe. hall through the net siv times' hut werB only '.al- lowed four goals, because they inter- fered with the goal-keeper in putting the other two between the posts. The Sons were unable to break down tho strong defence, and when oppor- be.-.deteateu -m ui -a Haltimore .-.uuu ouu i. judging from the .class', .of plov.ing --NewarX- -020 000 put.up season. n0th, Walker and Egarj Le A'fstfong southwest1 .wind prevailed McCarty. -___ s last night, and both" teama'played at a' disadvantage. The-.Csllics. won -he toss 'and booted 'the .hall- with .ho gale, -scoring bsforc TEAMS Thomas A. Donoghue, the distance runner, 'who .captured the Herald rice on Dominion Day, Is going to turn professional. He Is now looking for a match, and Is anxious to meet arid arrange a race with any runner In the west, or any other place lor that matter, lor a run from one to the fiill Marathon distance, approximately 26 miles. This note may bo accepted anyone as a challengo and replies hay be made In tho Heiald. You OW6 tt to your health and intelligence to seek the best In beverages as well as In food. FOR SCOTT CUR' TAKE NOTICE Dates of Entriei tional Football Match July 31 All football clubs Intending to compete lor. the Scctl Cup, must enter thoir. teams on or before July 28.. Kntrance fee, 12.00. The draw will he mado on July 29. "School teams entering are requested to send one delegate to the meeting on July 29, at tho Y. M. The annual International foot- hall game. Scotland vs. England, will he played oa Thursday, July 31. f time. Providence .000 111 Jersey City ...Oil 000 000-2 Jloran and-Kochcr McHale and Blair. PITCHER- Moose Ja'w, .July 'In'g by Concannon'aJid' Idous hitting by htmselt and0 tearn.1 4 mates snowed the tlegrlna. Red Sox un- iu 0 der tonight-. The locals won, 16-2', al. :o and seven and a hair innings had been jplayed. _. Concinnon twirled a great gamo, 0 -lowing the visitors but three scatter- 1 'ed hits, and .walking but one man. A Manning, who opposed htm lasted well for six Innings, and also had Brennan, Phliadclphii Hiicker, Brooklyn TesTeau, New York Adams, Piltrturg Pierce, Chicago Mayer, Philadelphia Perdue, Boston Steel, Chicago" ClricinnaU j-' rtlikBon, -'Boston i. Rli'ey; Ph'lladelifhta :v. New York The Sons played 'under an addition- al handicap by not having; their' regu- lar line-up. Chiswiclf's'..absence was badly felt. It was plainly evident that they were best, and even with the wind in their fav- or iri the-second, they '.'could riot re- taliate. The'Callies -tfcre-also1 handi- capped 'in their Capt; Breri- rtan being unaWe to appear, tut they showed superior knowledge ol the game and hefler team, work all .the way through. Every. man on the line put up a good exhibition, especially Moore at centre, and J. Teonani un the wing. The first score was made by Linning, who successfully evaded Willctts, who fell down-in an at- tempt to stop him. Tennant ditcd with the second score, which [lie made after ono attempt.had been blocked hy Walton. goal came shortly after Tennant cen- tred from the goal fist- ed the ball out, Frler'.clcarcd, and A. Tennant made the.-.tally. SF.CONI) HALF The Sons pressed the play, with the wind in their 6ut- the Callics placed carefully ball Association Columbus 2 Milwaukee ..-..000 001 0 1 Cole and Smith Dougherty and Hughes. Louisville ........100000001-2 3 0 Regina Kansas City .....000 000 5 2 Moose Jaw Brent control, hut afcorw'nrdB blew up and went clean out ot sight, 'It was the lucky sovonlh in which the Iccala did all the damage. They Manning JOT ten hits, ono ol which was a three-bagger, three others be- ing doubles. The score: BASEBALL National Now York Philadelphia Chicago Pittshurg Nnrthnip "and I.everold Carring- ton and O'Connor. Minneapolis-Indianapolis, postponed on account of rain. Toledo-St. Paul postponed, rain. Northern Superior 5, Grand Korhs 0. Wfinona 2, Winnipeg 2. No other games, rain. 200 000 2 3 103 000 11 17 St. Thomas 4, Ottawa'2. Berlin H, fiiielph 0. 1, Brantford 1. Peterhoro 6, Hamilton 3. Northwestern Vancouver 7, Victoria 2. Seattle elujlv ann lorccu mo oiiu i S 0. E- The 5, Portlanrt 11, Tacoma Manning and IlBEgan; Concannon and Moore. PITCHING WAS P.AD Saskatoon, July 15. Indifferent pitching by Walter Ford, -with bunch- ed hits, proved too much for Edmon- ton toilay, tho Quakers winning, 3-1. I'ord performed poorly, lie-Issued n puts In tho last neasion. Alter that ho showed great lorrn and hod the Katiip in hand. Only one hit was madii-'ort him after the second, a triple by nedmontl in the ninth. Ford struck out nine men, poised two, and hit one with a hall in lour Innings, with men on bases. He Br.ved the situation via the strike out route. Bleredorfcr pitched good ball (or flvo Innings, hut weakened In. th .'hlladelphia Cleveland Washington )hicngo Boston gt.'Loula 3etroit New hack to ____- Snns played loosely and cquln not hold the hall when they got posses- sion of it. A. Tennant made the fourth goal, ami the-rest ol-'this game the Sons pressing itie Gallic de- fense, Jordan got possession 'ol tho ball ami shot past Millar with. the one and only score, when Easton did not successiully Score 4-1. S. O. E.-Walton 'Frier-and Hind- ley Willetts, Holbertpn.'ind .Firth Holland, Jordan; nnd Bcstwick. Callics Millar Bannerman ._and Kaslon Glenn, Wlijto and Clarke Knight, A. Moore, Linning and J, Tecuanl. "Ourr, 1. Pacific Coast Venice 8, I.os Angeles 5. Portland 7, San Francisco 6. falling to recover hlmoelf. The Edmonton 3 Saakaloon..- 000 Ml 3 8 Spencer; Ford en Walt era, 43 36 oston......... t.. J- incinnatr 31 .531 .506 .480 .130 .400 .378 American w. Intei'iiiitional w. Newark Rochester Buffalo Baltimore Proviilenco Jercey City Montreal 'oronto 57 46 41 40 M 33 37 30 L. P.C. 23 .663 38 .5011 .471 .171 .4SO .446 .414 Western Canada W. L Moose Jaw Medicinn Hat Calgary Hegina Saskatoon....... Edmonton....... 11 f! 1 5 S 3 P.p. 5 .783 i .043 j .son .455 1 .273 .231 The excitement was aroused to lever pitch, for after five heats had heen run, Hal McKlnr.cy and Dr. P. were still tied for tho first place, wUh two each. A and firial'lieat July 15.-Thc Ircc-for-ail, which featured the seventh clay of the racing at the cxMMtlcn' track, wan j the best race ever seen in Wlnnijseg. cent performance in the third heat, leaving the cracks three lengths he- hind ot the post. The Consolation running races saw extra big fields out, spectacular finishes, and the de- feat of tlio favorites. Jack Lamar, at Georgia nit .between" the sprint, hich in Ha! jSHSnil, al 4 to i, wuu iim iclous gcttiiiK in ahead track last, the clay hnii Doolor, who had inntlf the iaaS-ijiu-irowi. r. put up a magniri- the exhibition this year. :ct ;