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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 LETHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Tuesday, June 1913 Cia'ganour Still ihe Favorite With Odds FIuclualing--Shot- gun Second Choice CRAVEN STAKES WON TODAY BY ST. GALL FOREIGN AND COLONIAL HENLEY REGATTA ENTRIES v London. June are the foreign and colonial en- tries for this year's Henley Kegatta, which oyens on Pri- day, July 4: GracJ Toronto; Paris Rowing club. Stewards' Cup Argonaut, Berlin. Majecce. Diamond To- roulo; McVltty, Tasmania; Hoffman. St. Petersburg; Peros and Sslonz- eff. Pens; DoUpaiace, -Monaco, and SinlTgsaHa, Lake Como, BILL BEYNON, SUBSTITUTING FOR EDDIE MOHAN, GAINED DECISION Epsom, EMs, Jjce a the probable starters for the Derby to- zncrrow: A. P. Cucliffe's bay coll Aboytur; H. C. Diwson'i brown colt Agadlr; Lord Pavilte's bay colt Aldegond; A. colt Bachelor's Wed- dice; Lord Harrrood'i bay C3nli- lever; C. Bower Ismay's bay colt Craginour; Leopold de Rothschild's cbestnut colt Day Comet; Hall Walker's bay coU Sport; Sir John Wllloughby'5 chestnut colt Jaxe- f on: F. H. Wise's brown coll Knight's Ko'I'W. Jiaptacl's bay colt Louvois; Pfonship from Digger Stanley, ths Jl. Maumoni's chestnut colt Nimbus; I holder of the title. Tte figM, which W. Aster's brown coit Pllliwtnkle: TCas ttc Jsational Sporting Club, went twenty rounds, Beynon London, June 2 Beynon to- night won tlic English bantam cham- GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES Lord itoseberr's bay coll Sacquhar; J. B. Joel's bay colt Radiant; J. B. Joel's chestnut colt San Yat; TVV R. Wjcdham's bay colt Roy Barker, and E. Hultoa's Shoaun. ths referee1- decision. Eddie Morgan, the fast little cham- pion ot Wales, was scheduled to Stanley, hut illness prevented This gives 3 field ot nineteen from' appcanng, acjl Bejuoa took his which there may he one or two wilh- Tnt was JOE a purse of drawals, hat these" wlil be at least re- and lie Lord Lonsdale telt. placed by starters not much in the jiublic'eye-, and with but an outside "chance. Derby Betting Fluctuates On tbe eve of the race Craganour has gone out a trifle in. the betting, to 5 to 2. Sbogua Is second favorite "at 9 to 3. Nimbus, tbe French'candi- date, has third place, at 1 to 1. Lou- voia, Prje and Great Sport are all be- Ing well supported, and quot- ed at 100 to 6. During the afternoon, tie price of tee Uerbjr fETOrlte CYagacour, short- ened to 9 to 4, while the French can- didate Nimbus went ost to 8 to 1. St Qill Craven Ths Craren about one mile, iua at Epsom today won by Sol Joel's B three-year-old colt St. Gall, started at 10 to 1, B. Joel'a and Sunspot, S to 5 was second, Scotch Wolf, G to 1, third. Woadcole Makes The Woodeote Slaves, ol Jl lor two-yearolda, orer the last six f urlongi of the Derby course, uras won today fey at QTBDS; tte S-m- dtldse Our colt fccinr second, it 109 to S, and Carancho, third at Iflfl to 8. FAVORITE IN LADIES' EVENT DEFEATED AT ST. ANDREWS Miss Ltitch Beaten by MEss Leacher Had Close Call PRINCE ALBERT RACE MEET Prince Albert, June hun- dred and fifty horses arc entered for tho races which begin here tomorrow. A large number ot very horsts have been arriving in the city for the meet, -which lasts thrse days. London, June 3. The defeat o Miss Cecil 1-sitch, the favorite for thf BrIUah women's golf championship at St. Andrew, as a surpriie at the start erf the tour nament. She was beaten by Mis Leacher, of Xorth Denrick, -who by 2 to 1, and owed her success to Ihe fact that she drove a longer bal Mfcs Ravesscroft, bad a narrow .win. iilse Bramwell, ct OhEltenham, Jua EcUsed vrlanlbg the last green, an the hole ending In a half, the player went out again, when the holder tvo the nineteenth. Altogether sUty-lbree matches were directed. The second round will be played today. the champion Her opponent National KA11LY STAGES Phlladtlphia, Jime rolled1 up a ftve run lead in tie Hcst inning ol today's gaii'.e with Brook- lyn, and won easily C to 2- Cra- hitting, making a triple a ad two singles in (our times at bat, and the fielding ot Knahe nnd Doolin were the features. Brooklyn 2 6 0 Philadelphia.......... 6 S 1 Ragon and Miller; Eturlu. Seatcn and Kllllfer. PIKATES HQX IMttsburg, June to3k the Qrst game of the series with Hos- ton today. Slow f.eliling of bunts in the early innings, and hitting by the Pirates, Hendrix hit two Lats- rticn and a success o! hits that fol- lowed gave liostcn 3 runs. Boston............... 4 9 PittshuTg............... T 13 James, Strand and AVheliuE; llea- tirix and Simon. 01'' KING'S OWNER AND JOCKE1' Harry Gicfdlngs teadmg Hearts of Oak Into the paddock after the piate race. Jockey J. Wiison is In Ihe saddle. The premier event of Canadian racing circles, iris King's PJste, run at th; Woodbine track, Tcronlo, wa3 for once In a long white, won by the favorite, Hearts of Oak. The v.inner was backed fcr THE BIG SOCCER CLASH TONIGHT _____ The bis soccer match be- tween the S. 0, E. and Caliies at the Uall Park tonight U coll- ed for 6.45. J. .Gurr .will re- feree. Botti teams ara in good and wiH line up-aj stat- v ed in yesterday's lleraM. Be sure to be there. It Kilt he a great game. NOTICES SUNDAY SCHOOL SOCCER DUNDEE TO FIGHT DIXON Los Acselss, 3. Johnny Dun- dee, the- Xer7 York eight, vibo Is matched to flgti twenty roucila Ad. "Wolgast, at Vernon, on the flight of June 10f has accapted an offer to'boi, ten rouni33 with Tommj" Rlioa ot Albugyerqce, N.M., on Jaly 4. Game Night at North L-lhbridge There will be a football game to- morrow In the Sunday School leig on SL Xary's grounfls. St. ilav team play The minster line-up IF reported by the sec- retary as follows: Lackenby; Wortblnglon and Home Hugh Mcllvena, Morden aad Clayton JIcFarlans, Gurr, Simra, McWhinnii and H. McllvcDB. This team Is to be at thtoiy, as only two clean hits uere ,ado of! him. Moreover, the poo: ork ol 1'cckeap'augh resulted in isher's defeat. In the second game Manager Chance L an eflott to bieak the local eluh's oodoo, asked that his' team bo per- iltled to bat first, but It failed to ork. KIrst game: Boston 4 4 ew York.............. 3 5 i Leonard, Bcdlent and Carrigau Fisher and Sweeney. Second game: l Boston S 12 few York.....-..'....... 10 Wood. Hall. Bcdlcnt and Cady. Cai Bdiullz, Klcpfe rd Gasette. ATHLETICS KEEP IT UP Washington, June von.both games of a double hcade oday with WasJiijjetoa, 3 to 4 and i to 3. The visitors hatd ir. )Ofh games, Mullin and Hoeh- "ng from the cox .in the'first. Tiie fielding of the homo 'team v.as slow and while thr.t oi the ilsltors was sharp and last. Walter Johnson suffered his third .defeat of the sea- son, in the second game- in which Uakrr -scored team with Mime-run; First earne: Philadelphia' S 15 2 Washington 4 11 J Bender and Lapp: n Attempt to Stop Whit? Sox iii City League Ball Game Last Night Wallace Vi'httler, the iiu5n sijueeio I tue leain In the dis- rict baseball the centro f atlraclion in tb- which look lace last night at the bell park Le- ween the two city' leaguo tfams, he Whito Sox and tbo Lich was won the Sox in tbo most sensational happenings yet re- tgrdeil in the city league, this sea- on. was tho centre of al- racucn, not for vhat te did but alher lor what he didn't do, and ubat happened to Wallace was a District Icaguf" are inter- syerscd throughout tho city teams and it befell the fortly man- ager oi the local district Icasue bri- to throw in his lot with Ik] N'osth l.elhbridge known as the .Monarchs. "ijliorty" Munror, the hoy wonder, teguiarljf on the mound for tho latter and last night Wheeler coached the kid from tl.o side in the art ol dealing cue illusive ilope, ajid kept warmed up himself for the purpose of relieving "Shorty" in a case ol emergency. The emergency call came in eighth. The Sox from the sec- ond till the eighth were tied in sack. They hanged in three runs in the first time at bat and after that were on- ly to gather in a single run un- til the eighth. JIunroe, was gelling good support" and was pitching great ball until this round, when Sox legan tb 'feel him out. Thrco singles in a roiv and EOIPC rum-dunVj fielding and runs legan to pour in. "Shorty" threw up the sponge ard Wheeler was called to the .rescue. The score stood 12 lo 4 ajair.st (hem before the White opened up tha eighth, and when the round was com- pleted the tables were reversed, whib Wheeler had been batted to all cor- ners of the lot, and the Monarchs were standing on their heads and dazed from Ihe onslaught. When Wal- lace waS caljcd to the rescue thrco runs had colon over for that innings. When he g'oi through, no less than'.ten had-crossed the. home and while doings were rile the MulHn, Boehltngf, Hughes. Engle and Henry. J Second game: Philadelphia'... .'.....i4 n l Washington :.....S fl 1 Houck, nro'wn and Lapp; Johnson and Ainsmith.' Jersey Cily Baltimore S 11 1 11 12 5 Davis. Grandon, JlcHale and Wells; Shawbey, Danforth and Bergen. 20 23 22 23 Intcntiitional Buffalo ark tochester Baltimore rovldf.nce Toronto Mcnlreal Jersey City W. 22 r-23 21 21 10 IG 14 i 14 L. 15 IS 19 20 li 10 20 23 .565 .653 .65? .452 .450 P.C. .535 .561 .525 .612 .60S .457 .41! .3 SO Association Minneapolis 4 12 St. Paul 3 0 Mobridge and Smitb; Gardner ard Juanhea. Indianapolis 3 S 1 Toledo 0 6 Kansarting and Colter; Collan'.orc and Livingston.. Wcsleni Canada W. )0 4 13 fl K .12 8. 14. H 10 Saskatoon Calgary Mcoso Jaw Edmonton Medicine Hat Louisville.............. 5 Columbus.............. 2 S 7 3 Ixiudermilk and Slveroid; Cole and Smith.' Kanras City Milwaukee -WESTERN CANADA ihrcw. many 71 fit.; Not tliat Hie majority wctc Hliitc'Sox root- ers, Irjt the situation appealed to them and J hey naturally .favored lha umipTdogs" arid e'njoyed 1Ccir supremacy lit Ihe face of.-apparently impregnable opposition whrn ireiit to the The 'White Sox' just went to a recklris abandon, ar.d walloptd him unmcrci- fully and thcro was "nothing wrong with Wheeler's assortment at that. 2 f, B 7 Morgau and O'Connor; Cutting and Block. Reglna 8 10 Noi'Uicrii Grand Forks, 3; Winnipeg, 1. Graad p-c Forks. 3; Winnipeg, 0. Minneapolis, 4. Vlrginla-AVInoaa rain. 55C Canadian. St. Thomae, 2; L Peter- boro, 4; nerlin, 2. 3; ford, 1. .360 Macleod comes here nig o tackle the local district leagut nil n a regularly scheduled match. Tl ast tirre played here a ihr o three tie resulted and the encou cr was conceded to be a go-ic .ereralJy. Later Macleod went dov >efcre the locals at Macleod end t .cthbridge team showed up dec the Thftlr de- eat, too, ft Warner last wtett, has had its effect the Marlcod manage- ment, 'til said, are bolstering up line-up some Irr.ported material Trcm Spokane and are coming cuwn iere to vrin tomorrow night. Manager saye, "Let fem come with the Qttt they can collect, We've got ball team here year and the bet- ter they are the more glory we'll take In beating The game tomorrow night will start at Mi instead of 6.30 ii hitherto. The douhse urr-pire system will be worked If posiible with B. B. McCarty and oi.r old Morrison .officiating. Dc-nMl nijsa game. NorUiwcHtcrn Vancouver Statlle ___ Portland Victoria Tacouia Spokane W. 27 -28 21 23 20 IS IS 15 10 24 28 31 P.C. .548 .489 .417 .367 Pacific Coast w. Nortli western Vancouver, Tacoma, 0. Portland, 13; Victoria, 3. Seattle, C; Spokane, 2. STdfILK FISB FORM llooso Jaw, June Stecle In great form1 shut out [he Grey Birds wllh only three hits, Sebultz, who oa the slab for the visitors, "was tour.ded hard in the first Ulree-lnnlngs, when Ihe Robin Hoods senl over no fewer ihali 11 runs. The Edmotlon......' 032 Sloo'se Jaw 13 0 Schulu and Steele and Moore. GOOD, GAME Reglna, June (he bEsl ball game of the season, Saskatoon defeat- ed the lied Soi this evening, 4 lo I. Tho .Quakers dfdjnll their srorlnc, in tec sixth, when tboy bunched five clean hits nnd a escrlfice. A lilt and two walks filled up rue bases for Hegina In Hie eighth, afifr two -were out Steppe was sent ('n to bat for Cooper Manning ihrew one had hall, and Hur Uy Jerked him, s'cudlng in Ford. The Saskatoon -i negini 1 12 2 Ford, Manning! and Walters; Han kin, Stephen, TalHfcro and Baker. UK DESERVED -A SHUf-OUT Medicine Hnt, June heli Calgary to two hlls today, and. the Hat won, a to i-'- Brown deserved a shut-out. The loc'jl; hit Wnlnwrlgh hard and hits -when they meant run plltd up the local'tallies., Score; Calgiiry...... J Medicine "oche; Brown an AQUATIC SPORTS WILL SOON BE BOOMING Los Arjgcles Vealci...... Oakland..... Sacrarccnto San Francisco Portland 2C 25. 31 21 28 24 31 27 23 23 20 So Like a and a il My we fnust get of tnat cook. Did you ever seo a woree-loofelng chop Ihan tho one Jml put on my fTcar; the one Just uut on Th; Aquatic club met Isst night, hut no definite decision was reached In, connection with the eluh's plans at Henderson laic. Plans lor a hoat- house submitted, but were not officiaHy aCtCfUid. 'j.il Tho matter was tabled, and the 'iM'meetftg adjourned-until -Wednesday night. It appears thai city council cannot aflotd to hslp the club out exccfl By glvii.e a site at the laVo. rid I But the v.ill go akui! with son aRd the public will he treated t iratcr sports which proud of sui great Interest last jcar vhen th club held 'legaltas. their original plani, only n smaller house t.c built tliis >far ltd added to neU season r.'' ______ pccti lo in ttadntss jiot a good sliaio ol tic boating sca- ANO WATSON Jun0 W gast was signed 'last night for a round fight with Sled Watson, a llghtwdght, fortune 20. Tl weight will be 133 pounds [Ingjide. Discovered why It la th havo EO Hide Rfnpo of humo ll> d tuned up ,to th'e pitch wliece- ey could have hit the test in tho siness and they won out H to 13. Meyers and did the tTvirl- g for the Sox. Their offering was t as good as usual "and they wero ways in trouble. IVith the r-xcep- on ol the first and eighth Munnu iched a wonderful gamo for his d jouth.- in the second, thlrtl, urth and fiKh only fourteen baiter.i ccd.hitn. dampbell on short gavn m good support- and hit tho ba1! rd. TI.e batting order White McPhte, Znd base ,ion, shortstop 'and 3rd base; .mpson, centre; Meyers, 3rd basj nd pitcher Green, catcher Carap- cll, 1st base; Henrdsley, right; eynolds, left; centre and Itcher. Seaman, right; 0, earaan, 2nd base; Uatson, centre; 'afc, 3rd tase; Campbell, short- lop Bakos, 1st base White, rijht; ilchak, left; pilchcr; heeler, Pilcher. Ihe score ionarchs .......103 206'0 OC-12 Miitc Sox 300 001 0 vllNISTERS UP IN ARMS OVER FATAL PRIZE FIGHT iVanl Criminal Code cf Dominion Af< fecting the Game Amended to 'include Boxing, With Prize Fighting Mcdlclr.o Hit, .lunc Afler figtlij of Ihe fatal result attending the STcCnrly-I'elkey fight In expressing the view lhai dlffereneo eclated between amateur profesplonal boMr.g )ouls, tlis Albcrti conference unani- mously yas.aed ihQ following resolu- tion today: "Moicd by Itov. S. K Marshall, ol Catgr.ry, seconded by Mr. W. H. Clegg, of Kdmonlon, that in view of our ex- perience In the province of Albtrta In connection with profesaicnal box- Ins boau. which cltltona generally re- gard as virtual prUc fights, jve, members ol the Albwta conference oi tea Methodist both minister- !al and by, do r.inst resf ccltully upon (he Parliament Canada to amend at the prcst-m session if pos- Elhle. the ilrlinitloa (.f nilze fisMI'-S In the (rlminal so as to include so railed which have thfl ujually attendant up- on prlxe fighilnp. nhich nrc olreadj lo Uujh and grow fat." under (ho ban of the u'imhul ;