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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pa ge THE LETHBRIIXJE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, June 4, 1913 i K- Develop Cricket in the Dominion Rank Outsider at 100 to 1 Captures the Premier Annual Event of English the Favorite, Craganour, Under Wire First but was Disqualified for Bumping SUFFRAGETTE WAS DASHED TO GROUND AS SHE INTERFERED WITH KING'S HORSE NEW RECORD HUNG UP AT PRINCE ALBERT on SAID TO HAVE ESTAB- LISHED NEW TIME FOR CANADIAN PACERS Epson. June Tfcc most dramatic Dciby ever run en the historic coarse Epson Don us accoayanied to- ddy by a series of events of the most ElftTlllug character. Just before the finish a suffragette EUenipted to sHra the bridle of the King's entry, Anmor, while he was lunalDg r.t bis topmost spted. Tte wonan Injured, probably fatally, the horse fell acr! the jockey badly bait The Klcg and Q-Jeen end scores royalties witnessed the wine ihe French horse and Great! Sport, so clc-ie that at flrst ihe Judges placed Nicbus ahead, but later re- versed that decision. A protest rras immediately lodged by Mr. Cunliffe on the ground of Prince Albert, June pac- ing record was established nt the spring races, which opened here to- day, Dr. B. P.. a seven-year-old grejr stalHon, onned by H. Hud- son, Pricce Albert, won the thousand dollar stake_ In three beats In. and R. L. RuEbton, Alberta, tbe official starter, announced tbat this was tbe fastest time of any hone at any time incident Tfce race npusnal- The favor- bumping by Craganour, in tbe stretch.! and in any place in tbe whole Domin After a few teose minutes the objection of Canada. Horsemen claim also tion ivas sustained and Aboyeur that this is a world's record for ite Craganor crossed the lino first tuL was yrotaptlj- disqualified for! "frumpliis" and was displaced by Abor- a hundred to one .shot SufiraseUc's Act Ln the race Immediately following placed first, LouvoU second and Great Sport third. 'A verdict which w.3.5 received with a yell of relief, by the ring which stood to lose hearily by Craganour's Tictory and practically nothing the winning Aboyeur. The Urce ul Crasacour for the mile arid a half- was two thirty- seven and three-fifths seconds. Aboyeur Shoved the Way Epsom, Jone fifteen runners of the year. It was a I'vince Albert daj at tbe races. The first place In all the leading events "were won by local horses. send anada will (Special to the Edmonton, Alia., Juce 3-The announcement was to- day by K. ti. Ue3ij3imiir of the Australian CrieVet Team, now touring Cjr.ada, th.it Aus- tralians lo oner anotlicr tram to C Mil year, and it possible mate tlio visit an annual eveat. The teii team will indude Vic- tor Trumpjr, who w.is pievented a) tlie last mimirnt from accom- panying the preset team. "The work of stimuUtinp, crick- et in this cosntrr will have to be doce by de- clared Mr. Benjamin, "as jo summer coincides with tlw Eng- lish summer and the playrrs over (here cannot leave" durinj the cricketing season, as that would 'weaken tho English Australia it is our season how, and luuiimii holds sway." While he did not desire the rise o! cricket as a rival to baseball, he thought that tieiv VMS plenty of rcom for both games "You have the right c the maltlial out o' which to make first class criet while your numteis are constantly added to hy these Iconi the Old Tountry who have done well in the game there." GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES the Derby. Jack WJiaJley was serious-) got awoy to a good start. The rank lr injured and bis mo'jat had to be stoL Thousands of people were gath- ered at Tottenham comer, matching the horses tating the critical turn into the straight stretch for home when a suffragette dashed forward and teit- cd His Majesty's colt Tbsy saw tbe outsider, Aboyeor showed tie way up the hill. Six tarlongs from home Aboeiir hell the command in front of Ehcsun and behind Craganour challenged and aa exciting finish passed tec post, lead- hy only a head with a cect sep- stumble and tramp the -aoman aratSng secoad and third. terrlhly that she was eWe and then fall with the'jockey. Notorious Woman The woman lies unconscious it a local hoapiial. Her naoe is given as E. DavUon, and she is thought to be Enilly "hiding Darts on, a meffi- her o( Woman's Social and Political Union, who since ISM has heen sen- tenced times to imprisonment tor participation in suffragette out- rages. Emily Davison was the woman vho assaulted a Bantisl minister Aberdeen station, mistaking him for David Lioyd-Georse, chancellor of the exchequer. Whenever she has been imprisoned she had started a "hun- ger strike" and has generally been released. She had teen found hld- Icg In th? House ot Commons three times and ejected. an Outsider Ixmdon, June hundred and thirty-four renewal o'. the Derby slakes for three-year-old colts and fillies run over the Derby course at Epsom of ahocl one mile and a half, the race being worth to the winner, was v.on today by A. P. Cunliffe's bay colt Aboyear by DeSTaond-Paw'Ky, an out- sider, which etarted at the almost record price of 100 to 1. W. Ilapnael's bay colt Louvois, by Inslnlaaa-St. I.ou- vaiae, 10 to Walker's hay Galtlceau Gor.lolette, third and the French candidate, M. Atimont's chest- nut celt. Nimbus, by Eif fourth. The field numbered fourteen Johnny ReiE rode Craeanour. The race was TrittEessed bj llant party heade-i by George aad Queea Mary. The betting oa Great Spcrt placed CALUES PUIII Three Goals Scored and Callies Got Them on ihe forward Line for the Winners, Great Precision; He Made the National NEW YOHK BEAT ST. LOlilS St. IjOuls, June York won on Monday the opening game of the series. Tesreau and Craudall holding the locais to seven hits. Tesreau was taken oat of the game lo the sixth lo allow McCormlrt to bat. St. Louis' pitchers were hit freely. New York 5 11 2 St. l.ouls 3 Tesreau, Crandall anil Meyers Sal- Ice, llurke and Mcl.e.in. TYLER UP Juno holding Piltsburi jiicely for (our innings, George Tyler lost control in. the fifth, and from that lunlng on, the locals bunched Ions hits, with walks, and won easily, 7 to 2. Boston 2 7 iUsburg 7 10 Tyler and Whaling Robinson and imon. AMES VON FOR REDS Cincinnati, June won the first game of tho teriei i Brooklyn today, when Ames, the ersl Giant tnirler, allowed the vlsi ors three hits, and shut them on to 0. Allen also pitched good bai: Mowing Cincinnati but three hits. A ase on hslls in tho first, however proved his this to! owed by two sissies, which permittei be ooly run in the gajno to com ccross the pan. Brooklyn Cincinnati................. 1 Allen, Yiogling and Miller Ames ,nd Kling. MINORITIES' International Callies, three; Sons of 'England, nothing. The Canny Scou succeeded In idling np this score last night at the Athletic Park, End Mcore turned third WES twenty to one against. in the race following the Derby a jockey r.amed A. Whalley was badly injurcd and his horse had to be kill- King the trick in each instance. FUe hundred psople witnessed the game, and enthusiasm ran high until the Callies made two scores, when things began to look had for the Eons was tecond, W. Hall colt Great Sport, ty rans favoiife, including Cragauour, the waa disqualified after passing the judge In front of Aboyeur, and the following, Agadir, Aldegond, Bachelor's Wedding, Day- ccmel, Jameson Prue, Sanquare, Son at and Sbogun. Thrilling Finlth Seldom in tho history ol the race has there been ao dramatic a finish when the favorite, whoso prices had shortened to to 4, as they went to the post, swept by a htad la front Oi the unknown colt, carried tbV colors of Mr. Cunliffe, a tremendous ehout isent un froni hackers. livit a WINNERS ADEPT AT RUSHING LUCK VMS IN THEII FAVOR Hempstead, N.T., .lune the ixpresslTe score of 13 to 4. the Ktig- lish international polo team defeated a picked Uam of fcur accomplished players this afternoon at Meadow, brook, where the matches for Interna- Uonal honors will bs contested next week. Ixick favored the British, or.e of their goals being scored when Cay- tain Cheape's pony kicked the ball th-rough in a play near the posts, but it their clever rushing work that won for them. uRiteia of society people from ir York, and many prominent Kng- lEshraea, who have come to this coun- try fcr the international event, wit- the day's play. GIANTS BOUGHT NEW THIRD BASEMAN FOR S3 Grant, of Cincinnati, Bought Straight Cash Bads and" Interest lagged accordingly. The weather was ideal for the spectators, though a breeze favored the Calliea in the last half. The Callies lost the toss, and kick- ed cC to .the south goil; forcing the pace immediately, wilh tbe result that the Sons big defence "was called into play. Passing the ball to the forward line, the Sona made a rush, which resulted lu two shots, Best- wick going wide and Tennant miss ing- by inches. Several more poor shots were made, but did not to be worried, and un concerntdly let a shot from Bestwicl go high over the ridgepole. Tho Cal lies woke up and came right hack a the Soss. Mclnlyre saving a sbo from Jordan which resulted in a cor ner off the Scotchmen. What one of the spectators tertnei an on'Turner, the Sona oul side right, resulted in a shot fror Knight's tiptoe. The Sons retaliated and bo: through the. Callies' defence, but corner resulted la" a goal by Moor from the scrimmage. The Sons made another game ti at the Uetence but ths snr hoot of Easton the day, 0 numerous mslus, Bestwick auccee ed in placing the ball for a shot, bi no one seemed lo he there with 11 support.. In one of the rushes-the ball stop- red dead In front ol the Callies' goal, and ior an exciting minute H looked as If Turner would level the score, but-Mclntyre, the Callies' erer-prescnt neck behind Aboye-jr Louivious, fighting out for fourth place Cincinnati, June Third Baseman Edward Grant was yesterday sold to the Xow York Nalionil league club for the sum of by Manager Tinker, of the local club. The deal was on a cash bazia, and co other players are Involud, Grant will join the Giants at St. Louis tomoriow. National v York JtooUjii w. i-. P.O. 23 11 33 16 n n 21 20 I'lttsbarg St. l.ouls .....i....... Cinciunali 16 31 .673 .519 .553 .513 20 .515 21 .413 21 .358 American Philadelphia Cleveland Washington Chicaro Detroit _ _. St. l.ouls ._ _ S'ew Yoik......... W. I.. P.O. SI 10 31 13 .701 19 31 .533 J3 .453 H .391 30 .set 31 .245 American ERRORS MEANT 1UJ.SS Washington, June itestfd St. Ixjuls today in tho ors' Initial appearance here. 3 to oin teams scored ill tbelr runs as a esult of fielding errors. Groom truck out twelve men. lasWr.gton S 82 it. Louis 2 6-4 Groom and Henry Hamilton ami Northern w. P.O. Superior _. 23 12 .W TWuth ._ 21 13 .618 Wmoiia 23 11 .Cll isiinneapolls 23 16 .570 Vinaipeg 19 21 Art i Forts 19 23 St. Paul ...____.o U 23 ..........____. 8 35 .242 NO SUPPOHT FOR KEATING New York, Juno eas- ly von Its first gamo with New York. to 2. Keating pitched fairly well or Xeiv York, but his support was too big i. handicap for him. The game was Falkenberg'B- tenth straight .vlc- ory. Sweeney and Wolter were 'booed" from tbe their poor work. Jlevelacil 8 90 York.................. 2 43 FalVfnberg, Stccn and Carisch; Seating. VVaihop and Sweeney. RED. SOX TO-. CLIMB Boston, June Red Soi rais- ed their American league champion ship pennant, with appropriate cere monies, today.- Afterwards they cap lured from Chicago the first game here of the western Invasion, an( made what Manager Stahl expects to ba the beginning of a climb, leading lo another riennanL 7he- score "was 3-2. Chase had not reported to Man- pgtr Ca.lUb.an, of Chicago, up to this evening. Chicago.................. 3 SI Boston. Canadian w. .v. St. Thomas 18 S London _ ...______18 8 Hamilton ,_ _ 13 Id :uclph _ 11 10 Ottawa 11 11 Peterboro .___._. 11 12 Brantford ...____ 9 nerlln _ 3 10 P.O. .591. .563 .54S .500 .479 .409 .301 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES nusstll and Schalk Fos- ter, Wood and Ca'trigan and Cady. SOME CLEVER FIELDING Moose Jaw, Juna Playing ilrst class ball, the Hobtn Hoods again de- leaded tho Edrnoctoa Greys tonight by a score of 10 lo 2. Gavin let them down with hits, and only issued two passes, while Clayton allowed ten bits and walked five. Tho locals ag- ain fielded superbly, giving Gavin ireat support. Stadelle.in left field lurnlshed the erowd with tho most Brilliant fielding KID here for EOCIO time, pulling dffnn two long files lu succession, with hath looking llko sure homers. Score: Edmonton 'i 4 2 t COLLINS VERY ACTIVE Philadelphia, June Danes on Montreal, June 3. Montreal levers- jjaoss, live errors and five allies''goal losing any, sleep he-net prcrye1 to Le R mag el, anil the hopes' of the ESglishme ank, as' shot 'after shot went high ide and handsome.' But iyh ame to the defence, the Sons prove thorn in Cnllie orwards, and it was only by shee ght that they managed to bulge the Buffalo for a score. A great deal of high Montreal Icking was offered the fans, and umeroas throw-ins took some of the .fe out of the game. Hut in spite of all tnis there were .oings in sloro spectators. Everyone carje to life at once, and ed yesterday's shut out on Buffalo to- day. Slattern held the Bisons to four hits, three or which came in the fifth frame, with one out. Truesdale then hit into a double play. -Main was knocked out In the firn inning, when a line drive from Grlggs' bit struck him on the Bide of the head. Griggi baited in both Montreal's runs.. Main, Fullenweidcr and Gowdv; Slattern aod lladdfn. LEAFS ANOTHER Toronto, June made it two straight today, when they beat goalkeeper, beat him to It, and saved a tie score, One or more shots from he with a bit of combination on a rush. t proved unsuccessful, however, and the same despatch and ginger he Callies turned the tables, and ;bots hy Knight and Llnnlng turned :he spotlight on the goal- keeper. He fulfilled his obligations, :o the delight of tho Sons' supporters. A rash and shot by Bestwick met Mclntlre's mil Just in front of the goal, and the Englishmen were again disappointed. A corner resulted.in another shot .by Bestwlck from the scrimmage, but llclntyrs relieved. "be Callies took-things Into their own hands at this stage of the game, and with the" wind thrown in to boot, popped the ball Ipto the net for the second score, Moora again making the shot. The ball had ncarcely been pot Into notion again when Glenn placed H In front of the Sons' goal, and .Moore sent it straight Into the net. Bob.Chlswick came to the rescue with a brilliant ran, of hall the length of the field, making long shot for goal, but missed. The Sons rallied gamely, and on a whirlwind of combination Bestwick took 'a 'shot from tho but Ihe ball connected' with lit! boot on an angle, and the shot wen ltd, Tho crowd began to move oul am Moose Jaw 10 10 Clayton and Stark; a Moore. ilU'In'.the closing Innings, gave Phil- adelphia victory over Detroit today, 7 to 2. The visitors made their few hits count' heavily and led by 3 to 0 when the home team went to bat In th'c ninth' Inning Collins, who was robbed of two hits by star plays .by Vltt >hd made a home run and a triple In his last two times at the bat. Drtrbit 2 55 Philadelphia 7 7 2 and Slanage Plank and Dausa the Leafs, 3 to 2. Wllhelm, tesides being very good In the pinches, rap ped out a' home run to the bleachers that scored JackllUch ahead of him, Rochester ,..3 8 Toronto 3 10 Wilhelm and Jacilltsch; llearne nd Graham. 'ewark 6 81 'rovidcncc 1 55 Enimann and Hijgins Dtigjs and Koecher. ersejr City Baltimore Thompson, Man-.cer; Hair; Morrisette, Sbawkv, M and Kgan. one or two more the tact that botn team. Sons'forward line soared either .-i.hDui bis i Buchanan's RED SEAL SCOTCH or high, anil half time arrived with the tcore 1 to 0 In the Scotchmen's fat or. Second Half WHISKY At all Good Dealers, Clubs The Callies forced'the flght, but Holhertcn and somehow al- got Ibeir loot or head in the way, and'the attack wan successfully repelled. Chissrick, the cleverest of backs, initiated several tours of his own on the Sons' account, acd managed to thread his way through the opposi- tion, and after several individual and brilliant rushM, was ollmtnated W tho of defence on hi qjarter. He received poor support, and when tho hall was placed for a shot, ond tho Sens succeeded In get i tlr.g In on II. poor shooting saved the at It for blood, It seemed lo be taken for granted that the Sona were doom. cd lo defeat, anil the game v.ounu up 8 14 2 9 12 1 McHale ami Association Kansas City 05 Minneapolis S 5 r'owell and O'Connor Mogridge and DO IT FOR LETHBRIDGE SMOKE "LA DELLA' AND "HI PEHLA" CIOAR8. UNION MADE. At all first class Hoiels and Cigar stands. HECINA OUTCLASSED Heglna, JuEU asoin outplayed Regina this evening. Ford pitched great'hall, striklrig'o'ut cte.-en men lu eight innings. Beer also dill good1 but the- Quakers as us- ual made the blngles count. On ac- count of the races at Saskatoon, iha games echcouled there for Friday anil Saturday have been transferred to glna. Score: tegina............... 153 Saskatoon.............. 5 11 3 Beer and Baker; Ford and Walters. EHFiOHS WEIIB COSTLY Medktno Hat, June Cal- gary outhit the Hat today, their cr- rora proved costly, and the locals won but, 6 to 4. The game was not on a par with yesttrday't brilliant battle, though the Halters played tetter ball. Lind, for the locals, TFBB hit freely, but good fielding, the poor baso running o! tho helped them out. O'Brien spiked Manager Dunn In the'llrat inning, and Brown replac- ed Dunn. Scorn: Calgary................ Medicine Hat............ B 6 t Meyers and noche; Lind and Bills. shortly after without the big roum zero being altered. The game wai d good and the i fans were satisfied. H was ths clean-1 est, violent sarae swn on the jjH'11'1''3 (or some lime, add some clever play- Ing was exblbllcd on both sides. The match was refereed by J. Ourr, whoir, everyone' knows a fair unbiased' Judge. The following were the respective teams: Ctllln Goal, Mclntyre; Etifon. and Bannerman: half BrsnnaD, Whvte and Clarke; forwards, Ten- nant, Unning, Olean, Moorj Louisville-Toledo, postponed, grounds. Columbus 8 17 5 Indianapolis............. 10 II 2 Vance and Smith Works ar.d Col- ter. _____ Milwaukee 9 H -I St. 1'aiil 10 13 1 Slapnlka and Hughes liciger and Jarr.w. Knight, S. O. E. Goal. Walton; backs, llolbcrlon and Krier; half Firth, Chlawlck and Wllicts: forwarrfo, llcatwlck, l.cc, Gallagher, Jordan anil Turner. Northern Minneapolis 7, IJuluth 0. Superior St Paul 1. Orar.d forks S, Win- nipeg 1. _ Norflnvrstrrn Tacoma 4, Vancouver 2. Tatoma Vancouver 3. Scatlle 6, Spo'one 1 Victoria 10, Portland 5. Victoria 8 Portland 7. Pacific Coast Oakland 8, Poitland 7. Acgcle 3. 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