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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July gfr THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES NO W NATIONAL the National league wete'preventfd by rain yetterdajr. NOTES OF THE GAME -Fort .They Cracked Up to be but the TourBtvHad but Orer tk Local Star of Contest When Visitors Were Beaten to It FORT A GOAL IN EACH HALF LONE TALLY .NEAR FINISH Fort William were asaiated Mri- .Cleter Playing Marked the Game from Kick-off to Final Sound of Times the Locals; Seemed Sure of 'Scoring but Powerful Defence Foiled Them A large crowd as they: took the field at 6'.40. its wind-was conspicuous by its'alaenofc. Never before did.YdioibiH teams play to such an appreciative bunch of spectators ami 'tlmi they received full value for tbeir.mpney goes without saying. 'The.game was full of exciting passages from beginning to end aud seldom did the paCe .7 V J Thejearhi lined up as follows: -r-. Fort .Victor; .Melville, Cassidy; .Walker, Wakelyn, Sinclair. Kiirinennan, ;HplbeftonV J- Brenni Brennah, ville and ot "J44' Calgary KiHhurst, and 'to ths former lies ttij credit of their victory. I a great forward line, Jerry bean living up to his old Notts County reputation. Victor, la ,s ateo some artist at the gwa'e. cd but for his grand display Leth- would have bad more to their redit The' local boys ail played their ame well; Parker, Unnlrwr, Moore nd Hewitt probably saining The committee mad? no mistake n bringing tha chinps'herei ind_ the splendid support given clti- ens siowed'that .the league-will be iackei cure good C.iarke; tie toat aad Parker .kicked off for tic visitors, and gajia on tie rigkt, but'Leilibridge' was right on to the .'ffac'e and -Melville waa ferced-to extaad himself.to clear. Tennant.centrei --.irifitlr -rushed' in, but'the ball went be- hfiid. Latkkrifee CUM igain'stroag There were 'a'o gamea In the American ieague 4 yetterdiy. Tbe Championship of Finals :_- WjmbUdiy Jily Statea Md Enf lafltf broke even today in play fcr the cup, one cf the two matejiM 05'the jrternion'a proi J.'k Partw 'in 'the "first match GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES District the lily League Leaders of North Good and Hard. ilacleod, July Fur- turp Company tauten oe 'utrtil'.Monday whether Engilth'hiiiJeri wlljput up a fui- the trophylwUl.be taten .back to S. RES y Lfs.. 6 F' E'N'G LISH R A ces .London, The Liverpool cup a Y. Venice 6, Sacramento 7, "Portland-1; San 2, Los 0. fV.j'i; Canadian Peterhoro 1; Cnelph 3, Brantford; 2; Ottawa 2-, London 1; Hamiltoc 8, StPThomas S.' Montreal. Coakley and Blair; 001 Mattera and OH 6 11 Toronto 331 400 11 16 Daalorth, Dai-Id son -and Egan, Berjf n; laA tid Bfinhi. ProTldence .'.'000 0 01 5' 8 Offj .201 3 6 3 Batler and'Onslow; Huthea, Wil helm .'and JacillUch. jUlmer, M...... oste'r, cCartnr, cf tew, 2b elers, p ender, Murphy, It Bufialo-Nenrarfc: t Rain. ?v; Northwestern Taconia 4; Seattle 1 Spokane Victoria 4, Portland 1. Five akeg, for- CHAS. QUERRIE' Julr; snlt of ti'e'deci'aion'of the thal'tie 'four-yearpWa'.Vonf'fmile and by E. llultoh's .j 7-. "TV. Walker's BatUe to Vas Eecond; wid W.-.'Kap'lunlV' jjouTJyi'll lo; 8. aird. of of He manager for V.v.tiTu ten yearEi and disgust-" have CANADA lee ed AB R-H B 6 Z 2 0 .513 librmona, IE OM, Jtf crurn'm, sa Ih York, Morgan, 2b-. Malletie, p c ai is 11 i AB H H B Q -i o 4 d .1" 0 ,0 -1 0 0 0 i' p.-1 0 mer, Ahbottj. 2-base hits, Latuier, ter, Petera; struck out, bv Petara ZJ by M-j'rphy; S-.-Iii! v Waia. r'.w.er v, -I o: t'-J. f'1'. lir..: n 1C KOYALS i-Niir' .Torlr, "July I ".i" the .i. jt C. P. but 'was' spoilt] i'c'. i .-'-'eaine'-' x. .'Mon wtthia ftuiei; f '-Fort wn ataotitur, wide. Swft nie'e centre work, looked dangerous for the t' but came" asaii j Parker-maWM a mlUiat .the upright Ureat beaiworlc Vrcoid tbe foal scared Vic but he-man aged to clear'and i the whli.Ue Mew for belonied to Lelbbrldfe, who, were prraatne inost of the.' ChicigoV.. r r..'...V -H .la, in H was'a treat to see tiose.bc.. last'night. '-To me, 11 Vas. ilka'a i 'the'Cub's and the White Sox. flgutlns lor the honor? i i far t0' "Vt a he of the fed variety.-'- IM! i i 'i .fp.i I1 r. ian, ..who iiitleiiow: ah i? other t the and Spencer.. frea.kirt'risdltini. Mid-field'play thiwed some pretty work U" being a treat to watch. Fort-William tie on the ball, and a centre by Dean-being only blocf was .'pounced" on by McUwghllk who beat Hewitt, making tof-.tW.TiaHors. by Tehtiant was headed.out, of on iereral occasions, his big 'and'Kreat .___ being for the get over. 'A wtnfbehind Fort Wil- liam's deieust but could not locate the H the game had lasted inore) Lethhridge would, have either drawn or won'tie When Lethbriiige made thtir g a1 the second hall, that ip was heard 6n 19th street, V--T.. a plarriV s rt if a il ViMalV ffii.fi illvk'ng. to N'a- :.s July wild'a'nd Washington Chbago hs iiir Lie to will f.' i the Fott William played Calgary plafcrs, Melville and Wiielya. With a little practice the. Leth- star team could hold down the best in the land. Lioning, the in- up "y the '.most it was.play'cd mn', in the uinm.', had st: 'SI 42.45..1? 7 39" 57.' tieci'U up'wlth i Jrlple when two rjieh were'on haws in7the' had: been jamo stnca his ln- 1 Inteniatioiial.' P.O. Rochester 41..-.S.- Buffalo Providence Jersey City "42 49 '.462 41 til? siahdlag. _ has been -Itbc leaguft sihedule will be GRAND RACES. and Da'dd.'w'cre 1 '.Mediciue took.hlmtelf out in the ninth, and-let Schneider MeOlclie-Hat. OCW 3 31 3. Association, JONAH Ralntd at .Bwtfilo OurlnSf Opiintng EvinV ind PMtpone- Letbbridge. Parker arid ihot by the latter was put behic Tktor'-M waa acaloat the home bey.l, to tie I uTir1 f'I I'O HfVll'.......' t fai.tan'd furiom. It being dlBcult to lAyOrtHL --r i- hfkl ft-. K-', 5-' i-. Holbsrton and Bannerman repeatedly'rushed the visiting la not. I'ttlai Ihelr r.ork calling "for tra tJK.'erewd. pa a great roth, eluiod Melville and Job tutd on'running to clear, -was M Boeotian in centre .waa troubled with an vwaa" aot but Parker and tiTOgh to pierce.the .goal. A ftt of DO avail, the home'boys could not got theicreilt from Matea.'TheIr mfcViriMfe f'ft jxulng quickly to Parker, a beautiful shot, arid ANOTHER REGATTA _ "coramcnccd to.force l tie fani bad' to be content with the Eiiort w.ll (ought with" the eipiericnce o[ their first regatta, the local Aquatic association be in a position to their second entertainment at blbition ol water sports seen at' the iale yet. Tnclvc" ttlll be arranged, (he number :k> be In accord nitii the enlrlts or available and the'eatties.rifnst.'M In hands of the secretary' on ot before the evening to, re- gatta. On the laat-ortasipa Ue. en- tries were taken as tfe up, which, of protell Terf Mr atisfactory. There will ke'k s'y'sttm to.tho next regatta It wotltcii to the hest Henderson iaVe rett.Thursday evcd- ing eighteen carat fine.-- the regatta ol a couple of weeVs ago was good, there is room spoils. for J. 11. Vllkio, ,________ (act tne Aquatic association mem-iT. C. Ufdpalh have awolnttt bers at their, metting la'sfniiht "In to arrange the Eat: J, ft." Wilkie's ofliccs commenced'-the Is the Aqyattc'diib secretary arrangcnicat ol plins ulilcli when 'anil entries should U .to hia Buffalo, .July heavy "down- oar if rain this afternoon reiulteil In he Erie wing postponed'until tomorrow. The doluge.it'niclt.'the S.ic1 cldci, after, the ilrst heata and i li paeea had: finished.. 000 .3. 000 13 .3. ID iirin, Schneider'ah d .Loddj.Rankln and Biker! Colurnhlis Minneapolis.'..! Kansas Toledo'..; from, lait'-nlf rain, quickly Mcame a quagmke, tie Jidgrt KroouiKeM poelpone- "Ihii wrf. permit- tins, tbf iVo uEtlnlihed and will IM rim .oil. to- tie (irand Circuit atari akmg to Onad 1 HAVE r .Meow Jaw, Jdfy Miliera and Quakers played, two winning jbV'l odd wag'let', i the ninth innlng.i.Moose.Jaw should have' 'won. both' but i- ic. _v-.i.- ,-j saikafoon -j. i 'H 'a. a H. at .the locals i) tho at.the end of. fC2'. 34 '53 tj, lhsr.'i. :Western Canada '''-'Wi-u -18 6 .727 H 13 "ia> 8 15 .3: jroo'se Jaw-... Mfiiic'n-.c Hat Calgary Saskatoon Kdmontdn ,.i Reglna Northwestern; t In 6, parse 11040, nn- Ant; -third. pad Vili'tact, Hay, liri't; 'JVank .Bogi'shl, r i'lie eveiuug gafim ft-aa a nip tack Weeds took arid.a Iwg triple by Tbey got In tti-ieTehth OD tlfigfe afirl two-bagger by .came 'over In the- eighth third. ofr the tly, and hll.'J.Wecd, .who ag: air did duly for'lhe M ss Steefe' Vancouver Seattle Portland Victoria-... Tacoma'... Spokane' 010 100 8 S J Mcosc'jaw 302 080 Ho 2 Dee'r, Wills and ConcaV- nou.and Moore. -.1 Second game: I 000 100 8 t 4' I Beer and Walter; and Moore.l ;