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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 ttB: L, E 1 H B HI tlB K U A I b I It K WEUNESDAY.IUNE 3, League Fixture Last Night at Ball Park in Which S.O.E. Colors Were Lowered-Good Game THE SCORE Shamrocks J S. O. E................... Goal Summary Shamrocks, 5 min., Gallaher. S. 0- E-, 43 niin., Thompson. Second Half Shamrocks, 20 min., Farrant. S. 0. E., 30 min., Holbftrtcn. The Line-Up Shamrocks Seamans and Holland; Willetts, .McCormick and H. Thompson, Farrant Gallagher, R. Thompson and Cams bell -S O Wallace and Holberton, Turner, Lee and bneney Fairbrbther, Faunch Draper, Bestwick and Hooker. their line-up in the second half SECOND SESSION The balance oi the power was with the Sons in the final half; especially in the forepart. Seaman saved when the Englishmen pressed the attack; Draper'shot and failed. Hooker kicfc ed a slow, hieh bounder which itt watched go over the bar. Thomp- son shot wide and Fairbrothsr was offside. The Sons were making the i pace warm around the Shams' goaU j Holland stopped the Sons repeatedly j i whf n things looked prosperous for j I them. The Sons got a corner whii'h I was disputed the kick-in amounted to nothing Ihe took I up in a fll e nnat aw n hi t and were tiuned rjaci I Hewitt put a try over the bar and the Sons were allowed a corner per forte but the result was i blank j The hall up ind down the heM and I al nch kicked d tnfli ide on an excellent" occasion.' JlcCornrick fouled r thn Be twick and the Sons, took a fret The opening oi hostilities tto ht llne The tako possession and press, {cmflL for e but Hol j nttack fatowe m the Sons goal s m nas made'a IUCM stab his foot and n the int-rapted a lightning snot SH TtNb LP KNOX DEFEATED ST. ANDREW'S LAST HOMER WON CONTEST It: took two extra innings of plav to decide the victors last nifclit when KnoX met the 'St. Andrew s tion, resulting in a win for by 1 c, score tt 15-13. Bonnell succeeded in coiincrtiug witli the ball for a 'homer ..when he had two strikes on him and two out, bringing-m Camp '-tell, thereby winning the game It ;was a hard struggle all the way i through. Sang and Munroe pitched good ball (The game started out with both I pitchers working air tight, but Muoroe's offering causing the "latter to take third base inr a couple of iiihiiigs, but came strong'in the 5th innings Rus sell did the twirling during the in- terval. offering was received with revenge, in the'6th and 7th by St. Andrew's tteing up the score, it 13 all. At the. end of the 7th i large crowd of spectators became well enthused and, it. was getting dark but the unlucky 13 had to be broken I Tlie eighth "started out thus Munroe fanned, C. Gillis picked out a two L- isicker Pitney fanned, and L Dun1? Hank O'Day has been cxper.ment.ng to re mng St with the Chicago Cubs .and switched Then came tietnte them all around... Zimmerman started j CainpbHi at: bat, picked off NATIONAL t lioston 390 Brooklyn 3 J allies and: Whaling, imil Govvily Heulbacli and .Miller. i> 1 7 J Jud Second game Boston 1 BrooUjn 5 Cachram and Ptelfci Fisher.; Pitt-bwg Chieigo 7 11 2 Adams, Cooper and Gibson Pierce and Archer. Cincinnati St. Louis Davenport, Ingeisoll and 7 2 161 Clark Doak and Wingo. First Now York 2 5 3 ........_ 9 12 3 Marquard, Fromme and Meyers, Oeschner and Killifer. Second game- New York 1-ireau Mel ein and Severs Jac obs. Tirout, Madison and Killiter and Burns. 7 11 9 !i AMERICAN Washington Hoehling, 1 ngle and Henry and Williams J isher Keiting aui Kunamaker. First 'Philadelphia Boston Bush and Schang Thomas Second ganic- Leonard 5 3 9 1 and" without into the soal.- Three to' nil to They secured a corner and jail- do anything. BETTING ON YANKEE1. POLO TEAM (es on len mi lutes went m In put one at Hew-i JT" itt without effect Ihe Sons were onlca to _, Ihe ball nd kept hammennj, away' The Sons got their, fourth corner hut tne UflldMt get through About was bet vesterday on defence vcn often seaman, BUI. in. uuon uu eu i outcome of the international polo Hollamllnd" Seaman Wd on the UcUnl Meadowbrook, L.I. .The Amencan ju-n the attack of'the Sons, S Holland stopped two goal kicks close in, in ,qufck The Sons were having-a favorable period of it just now. Uestwjck passed to Hol- berton in front of the goal, the lat- .ter kicking clean and cleverly past iHewi- (be other end Wallace was main- ti'ning the dcience against the Shams with out landing skill .along ..with Holhertoc. Seaman saved a goal against the b; kicking oilt. Draper on the Hewitt and through the posts. Hew- throu in kicked terrifically and never had a chance. lit saved reautmillv the Shams The .last fifteen mi.nutes of the game Ftcaed'into a corner b'ut it-netted the! were' evenly" contested, but were lack- Sons nothing. ..ling in features that enthuse. The bumped in tliD face and heat was great and the close of the the game stopped for a -minute. Gait Jazhr.r shot a beauty which Stowe ii'ceh sued Tne faons kicked a-cor-' jn tlic 5Ccond'half the Sons made iier Farrant the_ goal by Holberton from left few inches with a" swift one., Sons took the ball up and "bldcn opportunity was presented contest- saw the players about Fati- gued. back to centre forward and Lraper dropped back Hooker and Bestwick also changed places. A very encouraging crowd saw the amt'the.y went home well pleased Kaunch but he from. too long fanje and made it an easy save for Hewitt when he might have kicked at close quarters. Two minutes from half time Stowe left his goal to pick off a high bound- er from range. He-misjudged the' The. Shamrocks were wearing black) wrth the display .of-football-they had witnessed. SHAMS IN MOCRNI-N'O team was favored at S to 5. A num- ber of British enthusiasts are ivillilng to wager heavily on- the English team, but are laying hack, waiting for 2 to 1 odds. Sang, p.; Itofaison, if-; Sloan, Ib, Murray, 2b and If.; Boimell, ss. MOWREY FAILS TO Mike Mo'wrey has fitted HIT ;ell ilnto the Pirate machine, and the change from St. Louis seems to have done .him a lot of good. There Is no bet- ter thirfl the business when W 's at of his' form, and he is a dangerous man at the bat. AFTERMATH 500-MILE AUTO. RACE, AT INDIANAPOLIS SPEEDWAY SAT. saw the contest. Thomas was given a hearty cheer when he drew up to the and embraced his mechanician, nut (hiring the last miles the crowd was shouting for Oldfield and maintained an average speetl urging him on to regain the honors Rene Thomas broke all Indianapo- lis speedway records from five to fiOO miles last Saturday. Thomas' time was six hours, three -minutes 45 and 90-ltO seconds for the distance. The winner Detroit lib age. and Schalk Hall and Stan- FEDEKAL Baltimore 5 9 0 BiooMwi 11 13 1 Quinn, Youiit, Allen, Hiilgeway and Jacklitsch Boucher, Peter and Ow- ens. First game- BuHaio Pittsburg 10 Second. Bultalo 7 8 Pittshurg 3 8 Moore pnd Blair and Rober.ts. Ivnester, Adams of S2.4.7 miles an hour. The former' America lost to France'over the same record of six hours 21 minutes and'course last year, three one-bundredths seconds was cs: car was No. 16. Goux by Joe .Dawson in 1512. carried the same number to victory record established toliy last year. Thomas "won first prize of to prc-, phies will swell this amount to Chicago Kansas City Fiske, Lauge anil Easterly. St. Louis Mullen and Kiirid.cn Simons- md Wilson Cullop 2 3 Crandal (i 1 7 0 and hound and let the un-r his head ami into the goal. He was not pressed. The Shams had no license to he two to the good when the half .TTi their arms in respect for W. Giles, an Empress oi Ireland vic- tim, who employed as a i at the C. P: II. 'freight she'd: closed, though they well merited their and who was a close follower first score. Shamrocks' team. was clue m a large measure to the" and accessory'prizes and tro-1 ideal weather conditions which Arthur Duray finished second, sev-j Josef a Belgian car, stack'er eral minutes after the winner. Al- j finished sixth Harry Grant, in an Is here Guyot, teammate of English machine, was seventh Keene the was tlie third driver to.be given the anil Rodgers, in an American car, 'checkered and Jules Goux, win- placed eighth, and William Carlson ___i net Oi "the 1913 race, finished in was ninth. E. V. Rickchhacher, in an iiVjcth place, six minutes ahead of, American car, finished tenth, the last j Oldfield. MANY Suits We have thern a big variety novel effecfts in of and iii the new styles. up. 966 McKelvie McGuire INJURIES, NONE SEUIOU'S Six men were injured, none oi them seriously, during the contest. Joe Dawson suffered a broken collarbone j and minor injuries when his car cd o'er on the. south turn, after ing to dodge the wrecked machine Kay Gilhoolcy. V'crc Barnes, son's mechanician; was hooley and Nino Zonal, his Scan, also suiTcrcd minor injuries, j j Jean and. Albert j handling an English car, limped away I from their machine after it rolled en a turn. The race was an exciting one from the start and the rivalry among the foreign teams made one of most exciting finishes th.it has been wit- at the course. George Koillot, in a desperate effort to overhaul Thomas, pushed his car to such an excessive speed that in the 117th lap he was forced out, wltcn loading the field, because of a broken frame. FINISH THRILLS SPECTATORS Duray thrilled the spectators by his scnsalional effort to catch Tho- mas in'the latter part of Hie contest, ami Oonx seemed always (o be acon-j tender for first place. Thomas made one stop at the pits, Dtiray two ami Ouyot cnc. fn the first 100 miles some drivers stopped on almost every lap. The race to settle down after the 100-niiic mark was sot and 1lic average speed 'increased. Thomas drove the last, 100 miles at an aver- aye 'of moTR ibrin 81 mMcs.' v i Tin; showiin: of-Hob Ilurman was a as was that of IrifT, Dislinv.v, Mulfoni, Cooper and Amorican .stars. 'It is estimated that 100.000 oersons oi the prize winners. Haupt, Mnlford j snd Bnrman, in Knipper's entry, fin- ished the race in the order named. AMERICAN POLO TEAM FOR THE DIG MATCH New York, N.Y., June The official linkup-of Amen- can players for the Internation- al polo match, to be played at Meadow Brook, Long next wcpk, was ahonunced to- day as Rene Lamontagne, No. 1; T. X. Waterbtiry No. 2; Devereaux No. 3, and v Lawrence Waterhury, hack. AND BOATS AT FACTORY PRICES I havo the Exclusive Agoncy.; for the OLD TOWN CAN'OH COMPANY. If yon contcmplate- gettlng a Canoe for the call and get my prices. Canoes.; from up, f.o.h. factory. WILL HAYTER 611 15th Street South Or Phone 1117 after 6 p.m. Manager Maokin will have three twirleri fn uniform ready for ac tiop at tho ball park tonight, when the battle commences with Mac I cod In the opening game here of the Southern Alberta Baseball lea- gue., and.Noble are the arUitt Beazer is the husky boy who shqwed good form .against the local contingent on the 25th, when Carditon played nere Johnny thinks he can make a stel lartwirler of Beazer. Noble and Gorril are well- known In baseball In Southern Alberta and heed no introduction. Maclfdd is comlna- here with a strong llne-tip, arid: Manager In ,promlees a healthy' bunch of players to oppose them, and indl cations poiht'to.a real contest. The game is billed to start at 6.50. Martin Pitched: Good Ball "Vledteme Hit Alta June pitching 'won the game for the Hatters-from tho Eskimos. The locals made several errors, made the gtimo uncertain at a which; stag- es. Alatt, supplying for lluell 'was the fielding star. "Ruell bad, to retire by being hit oa the irm i pitched ball Edmonton "Medicine Hit Stiflcoi) and Syencpr Bliss 4 11 2 G n 4 Martin and Fine Battle June" fin- est battle .seen .here this season, resulted in the tenth, consecu- Uctoij foi tne Quakers One run was made-in the last- half of the ninth bcore Calgarv 0 4 "J Saskatoon 141 and Jones; Nortbrup and Walters ReSina at Moose LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL New lork Cincinnati- Pittsburg. Brooklyn St. Louis Chicago. Philadelphia Boston. 26 Jl IS 21 '0 "K 10 L 1" 16 IV 19 P.O. I, .486 I, 4 G 444 AMERICAN 23 Washington Phfiadelphia Detroit -25 Boston '-0 St. Lcuis.. 19 New York..'... 17 Chicago.. IS Cleveland.. IS P.O. .610 .603 .fills .nOO .500 .447, .420 .317 A VICTORY OVER FEDERALS PITCHER GEORGE JOHNSON ,OR clime would not agreed to such terms had they m piactical effect a hardship up on the men Ht cited the fact that Johnson himself had signed a new contract this year at an balan after working uuder a smaller one last jeai Ihe Fedciai leaBJe s contention, that regarding the Judge Toeli said he considered its" strongest point, but Jie had the cases cited not in point because spe tine peiformance will not be enforc cd the courts relief would be grant- ed to .the complainant in a suit where i tovemnt is cvtiress-f id or implied. Will Pitch Johnson Kansis Citi Mo June vuU pitch Johnson in every city in the lea- gue, except declared George Stoval'l, manager, ot the Kansas City, Federal league baseball club today, informed of Poell s de- cision. "The injunction only prevents Johnson? from playing iu Cook Illinois. Stovall said he did not care'to dia cuss tlie court's findings Appeal Granted Chicago. Foell, at the request tlie Federal league, an appeal and twenty days for filing the certificate of evidence. Counsel for the club agreed that a cost bond of would be suf- ficient as evidence of good faith-on, the iiart of Johnson. FEDERAL INTERNAT-IOXAT; Providence S, Newark 7. Buifalo 7, Toronto 5. .Montreal 6, Rochester Baltimore S, Jersey City 5. PACIFIC COAST San Francisco 3, Oakiaml 0. Los Angeles 2, Venice 0. Portland 17, Sacramento 5. NORTHWESTERN Spokane 10, Tacouia 2. Vancouver 6, Portland 4. Seattle 2, Victoria 1. CANADIAN Peterboro 4, Toronto 0. St. Thomas 2_ Brantford 0. Hamilton 2, Erie 0. London 1, Ottawa 0. NORTHERN Virginia -t, Winnipeg Duluth 3, Grand Forks 2. Winona 10, Fargo 7. Superior 3, Fort William 2. CROWDS WATCH JOHNSON TRAIN Parisians Flock to Negro's Training Quarters Paris, .Time Johnson lias ..tarted serious training at Luna Park tor Ills figlit with Frank Moran, nnd hig crowds are Koins dally to see him work, lie lias flva sparrinK partners, inch one hosing three rounds with him. He now looks liko tho Johnson of the old days, although his weight is 225 pounds, but lie says he will en- ter the rlilK lit 210. Moran has alpo commenced real training In the country, where he is doing road work and npnrrlnK with Tom Kennedy, tlie former Amateur heavyweight champion and Will! Le'wls. Johnson has signed an nirrenmcnt with Richard KlellO provided ho bents lloran. to fight Sam Irfingford at I.on- September or October. Baltimore.. lluffalo.. Brooklyn.. St. Louis.. Indianapolis Pittsniire.. Kansas City W. ,2 IS 19 .1C ,16 ,'12 IS P.O. .620 .f.H .ril-t .500 .47.5 .471 .459 ..450 GIANTS' FIND IS-' MEXICAN Manager McGraw of the Giants has taken on a swarthy catcher, who calls liimself Pichardo, and says lie is a Cuban. Pepe Contc says he is a Mex- ican, and not from the island at nil; but McGraw does not care, seeming- ly, if he Is a he shows class as a catcher. Milwaukee Indianapolis Louisville.. Columbus..... Minneapolis Kansas City Cleveland.. St. Paul.. -24 '23 10 -'22 21. L. 16 19 22 24 26 P.C. .MO .576 ;V22 .475 .4C8 .467 .395 INTERNATIONAI L. P.O. '.26 ''22 Baltimore Rochester Providence Newark Toronto i Jersey City Montreal.. 18 17 13 11 .11 15 .14 17 17 10 24 25 .703 .595 .588 .ril'4 .500 -.441 .351 .308 NORTHWESTERN W. L. P.C. Vancouver....... W lr' 'Gs8 Seattle............ 38 17 .'_ Spokane.. '-6 22 .512 22 2S .-HO 17 15 lilt Portland.. Victoria.. BLAGKS Maivs ImthM Fitienils! Sold by all first class dealers.cafes, and clubs "Twist the Coin Tho poliihM In Ihe EUck.Tan ud White ;