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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, Tune t-TT 'I1'.1'. ____; Letlibridge Tucked It Away and Then Le! it Slip Out of Their New Battery Displayed Relieved Moore in Box for Locals in All Kinds of Heavy Hitting LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Arrangements been completed fcr a racing matiaee to te held on Fri- day commencing at 3 clock. The LethbrlJse Turt Club are responsible for ite meet, and three t excellent events are prcmlsfd. Two Uethbridgc Macleod .dropped Mutpui's fly but was saved harness eienis and a imams race -in fr0t" an enor' Hclrces on a, aTO fanned, and 33 llere are num- .750 force at second base. 5'eters retirej .300 the sicic by sinking out alter three .250 runs were icured That boasted Spokane of I in ihs Eerealh al.d Nscleod's was no idfsl dream. It Kas opposed l.y Utceler who went in took the imported geMltmen till the ,0 tbe utbbridge half of the be -een ihird imu.gs to set "is oiM sixth for Josh Moore, "wlim the lo- 1 The named race erouj the IstUr, ev- ents may be put on. The free-for-all will be run in mile two out of three, and some cn -i of tie best local ho.-sef, as well as en- tries from Jlontina and Calgary, will right the local swatsmcn, who bad UDable to come everything breaking their v.ay m the i ihrgugh with any scoring stuff how- previous round at the bat, went to f, the slaughtering block and had their Leads chopped o5 with startling re- gularity last night at the bill park, Maclecd defeated the local ball tram bv the long score of 9 to' 7 in c contest that uas replete with as many thrilling passages Riicr is full of dill. Wheeler appeared slifi acu unable to check- the enemy but be sprung a Burpribo on the patrons of the gaae Star getting awor with all that op- Goo ij, fposcd him vtfth extreme ease and the cry went up why didn't he go in ear-' Peiers and Mcl'artcr proved too lifr. Wells got around (o third bas- on a steal and a pass ball with two down in seventh, and then Lati- strong opposition alter the poundrt Innings, while Moore and ttray weak- d ,he t f rarf In their battery manoeuvres and nj anl -WM asrav the score 6 to 2 agaitst them X'acleod came in-lte fifth wil'i tbe help oE more than one bobble they ran tip tte score to a tie on iour; without trouble. The most thrilling moments of the hits; then in the siitn secured a igarr.e came in the last innings, when j the .locals threw a scare into the I bring together the district, and wiil be trotted in half, mile heals, lesl three out of five. The harness entries are as follows: Free-forAll Roan Hal......Sam Roe, Cilgary Billy D.......Fred JohnEon, Calgary 3Iatcn, B-jtte Murray, Butte 2.25 Class Sunday Belle..... Levllli, city Gaiety Girl......Smith, Claresholm Helena Boy........Murray, Butte Chistnut Hal........Murray. Butte Black'Jack......Smith, Cbreshohn Minnie B. B...........Haas, City hour victory in the darkness or tie the score. The best they could do was a single (ally. Prince Albert, .lur.e araess record was broVea at the seiond day's rai.cs here today, Uan Matthews, a locally owned horse, winning the thousand dollar stakes in the. troi, his time -in the foutth beat be'nj; The for the was held by Xonibro Lady with Yesterday that rec- ord was broken by Tjnon's lilealo 3'16i, and totoy Matthews went one better by stepping the dis- tance in In the six furlongs flat race, Sport- ing Life, another Prince Albert horsr, made a record for the northwest, his time being FAR WEST THE VANCOUVER AND REGINA STABLES CAPTURE BLUE RIBBON HONORS GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National CINCINNATI GOKS UP Cincinnati, June went place in the pennant chase. loJay bj defeating Brooklyn 4 tcr-3, and Boston losing to Chicago. Is is the flrsi time Cincinnati has been out of last place since April Cinctauati hit Curtis hard and had the game won when he was taken out of (he bos In the fourth Inning. Stack, who succeeded Curtis, allowed only two hits aad prevented ihe locals from scoring. Benton yielded four UUs but had only one bad inning. BrooVl) n Cincinnati Curtis ar.d Slack and'Millet; Den- ton and Clark and Kling. ST. LOUIS CHECKED GIANTS St. Louis, 'Juno Louis broke up the New York National's winning streak today by free, and timely hit- ting. The score was C to 4 In favor of the locals. St. Louis' eleven hits all made In the" six Innings Mathevson pitched. was air- tight for the two Innings he occupied the mound, Griner, pitching for the homo, team, was hit bard, but he the hits scattered, and was effcclir? with men on bases. Xew York St. Louis Mathewson, Griner and McLean. and fanned for third time. Davies pass and to third MEMBERS WHO WON GLORY IN a 1911 ENTIRELY- LEFT OUT wherc the ball was iumbled. All safe and three OB. tt'ray came to bat at this-critical moment and was hit by Never did the picking cfi of a tory look so easy and'simple as the'second session wtei the lorai; nret. apj f rii Me swatsmen hit the hall to all corners ___ ._ ,-___ OF IT THIS- YEAR Winnipeg, Jur.e A. D. Vc- Hae stable ol Vancouver, and, ths? L. V. Kerr stable, Regina, swept i Horse Show last night in the finest i clean the boards at the Winnipeg classes as to entries tiiat have ever been seen m the show since its in- ception. Tn the star event c-I the ev- ening, the heavy harness class, A. D. Mis McRae s magnificent Sir Hector; heat toatag ECOrjng fa.j, the finest entry jet placed befoie any judges. The jumping" class brought out J. 4 11 2 C 11 1 Meyers M.' McMillan's Vancouver Ahorse, Rob Roy, who carried all before bim. J. A. Colwell, seo- Vfels'j, New York, American third wttb Clalloway, truly then some old-time fire-worts became and th-dowd raised the roof 'fce-order of affairs. Daihs foiedj ____ a single to right, scoring Seiden-, [i the ball I" Josb hit. a good and '.with plenty ol excitement ;as a grand stand lally No- 1> L. K. Stoddard No. 2, Dcmtux Milburn N'o. 3, Foihall Keene back, Malcolm Stevenson. T battle i more sweeping change in the Ti'ie hit- lineup ot the iree- squarelj on the nose for th.ee bags' iaSfv lo the left field fence and scored baggers and home runs were as com- nave three members of the crack j '.i. as single has? hits, aud what team ol 1911 entirely eliminat- v.-ith two men on fcyans scorch- (he CIORd ijkes is plcntj. o, hora this year's team, but .Mil- swept the-Tandem Park clean with Lady Sutherland and fcer .mate, Lady Sundrand, Col. A. D. feet Dreams and Sunri! could Flourish and Fireworks third. The only far west made i great clean-up in ths classes ol the show. tliers have gone by the boaid. bridge was stniitosjn victory. The race is dost now. It was the will succeed him both, as captain and _, I locals' first defeat, and' they still at No. 3. Uoth these Wattrbury bto- The smile on.the faces of the local have the advantage of .Macleod ttalwerts was destir-ed to fade. The! longer Peters pitched the better and! Macleod and I.ethbridce have split more jnialing he became and the EiEJJ. Th8 firsl here f.'sar, JO to I, third. Oaka Tomorrow Some mild betting took place today on the Oaks, the. Blllos classic race run over the Derby courso tomorrow. FAMOUS OLD CURLES 't DEAD AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, June dealb ocmcurred 5. The today of out, by Richmond 2, Campbell 3, Davits, J. Moore; ij> Mouro, Field wheeler, Latimcr, McCarler? Msoj on Evans Lelhbcldge, but the rest were fetcis fanning Richmond Campbell. After Well) was retired In the )lifh, Latlmer camt through with a ran for Hacteod fo Ictt centre, pfclfc Ut ot tie foul lice for two tags tfter McCirter was hit'by Moore, ar.d McCarter scored on fife lit ar.d on a throw home to try and Fields went to third In4 allowed fn on Darics fam- ol Holmei' jrouodtr. Richmond .-noyri: Wteeler 2; bit by pitcher, by Peters, Wray; by Moore 2; pas'ed ball Wray pi 19; pitch, Wheeler; tacrlnee hit, Evana; umpires, Morrison and Me- Carty Macl'od SfacteoJ tendacce SOD, Runs Hits 000 on njoo-i osi John Paterson, a famous old curler, who Introduced grflnlta cnrllcg sloiies Inlo Winnipeg in 1881, In place of irons, and who has acted for many years as umpire at the annual bor.' snlel. For some years fee hns be-sn caretaker of the Provln- clal Bovernment buiidings, lust double ilays by' and Ournler wero timely. :hicago 4 92 Boston 1 01 Cicolte aud Schalk; O'Rricn, ient, Foster andsCarrlgan. TENTH STRAIGHT FOR ATHLETICS won its tenth consecutive game today by easily defeating Detroit in a con- test ot many runs and weird situa- tions by a score of 14 lo 6. Twenty- nine participated la tho contest, tlie Phillies using fourteen and Detroit 15. Uolh Dubuc'an'd were driven from the box and Houser, who suc- ceeded the former M as taken out In the second to lei High bat for him. Clauss a left bander, pitched fairly good ball from the third Inning on. J. Bush settled down after rcllotlng In tha second Inning, holding th; Timers to til bits In seven in- nings. Detroit 6 82 Philadelphia 1C 0 Duhuc, Clousc, House and McKee Wjfckofl, Bush ar.d Lapp. JACKSOX HIT Xew York; Juno Clevelands igain defeated the local American eaguera today. Chance used four pitchers to stop the fast western in- vaders nnd Cleveland hit them all hard.. The New Yorkers also hit Blanding hard, but ho was strong with men on bases and twelve of tbe locals wero left. In tbV second Jackeon made cmo. of the longest over seen In Xew York, wnen !'e hit a ball over Ih'e'right field fence. This is the'first lime this (eat his -been accomplished Eince the Brush stadium was construc- ted in 1811. Cleveland 0 1C 1 Xew York 5 13 2 Rlanding ar.d O'N'eil; Ford, War- hop, McConnell, Clark and Sweeney. OXE IN.VlN'CiS ENOUGH Washington, June required hul one inning loday for Washington to defeat St Louis, the. final score hcinlacc last evening, between St. Mary's and Westminster, on 9t. -Mary's [round, the former winning by 2 to There was a large crowrt of o Hie game, QOU'estmlneterB ore tho cupholdc-rs for last season- Westminster won the tojs Iccted to kick with the wind, bvu'fncyf did rot use ft to advantage, 3V Mftrj's scoring Uo goils ogalnJt tljolr one.t, SI. Stary's pbycd a and desi.rved th'e remit. was.rffcree. and gave, every t'.dn.' I i JACK ROOEaa OFF TO BUTTE FOR A OUTJ Billy McCarney Said to be IrrtirMied In Iho Affair Jack Iho local boTer, lettj' this morning ft.r Butlo, Mont-, where' It IB umletatood Unt bo li lo fight on July Tho olhor principal of tho lout Ifl iiol Vnown, tut It (ntlmat- ci that Hilly McCarnoy was Intoiest- cd In the in ppitc of tho fact thil lie h trp.litcd with the remark thai he nocr manage (inolhot fijfMcr, nor attend another bout ;