Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 6 Till! LETHHKIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, Tm.p'7.1013_ mm m Wheeler in Excellent Form and Pitched Winning Ball (or the Local of Fourteen Runs in the Argument Over Play at the Plate Lethbridgo broke o-.it like s case of the in tio firgt Innings with V.'srnsr list night at the Ball Part. smashed ihroncb the- enemy's de- feats, for four r'-ins, while the visitors drew a The glle to the ear- !nt icpartmeat was closed for two Innings, ttoen the enemy broke out. Tier Wi the ball, the ftvor- !tis booted, and ths result was s quin- tette o! runs wkloh jui them one in tic lead. Here's vjttca one of the most Interesting pastases of the gine was Inserted. There were three, on the bases, and Stumors was He tad two strikes oa him and three biHi. Murphy, occupying third, seeing he had mthicx to lose ind ererjlhins to eafn, rushed for iioaw as MOB as Wheeler began lo wind" up.. The umpire called It a ball snd Wray calchiaj for Leth bridge, Murphy as he cams In, and the umpire called him out. He should rot hats done this Jlurp WES forced.In when Simmons sot bus on. bills, but Umpire McCarir was mistaken as to" the number ol runners on the bases. He thought there were but two, instead of three Wnen he found his mistake he re ed his and called Murphy ssfe. A.wild roar went-up from tho crar-d stand, and the umpire saw II to mgke a peroration explaining the play. Here "Chuck" Wray question pd whethsr Wheeler threw to the bat ter or threw to get Murphy at In plate, in which case, If the latter h tree, Murphy would been ou The limps wouldn't llslm to Wray the latler became over-zea in his EnTletv to eip'.eint and h was asked to retire from the gam 'irtlch he did. The lead of the visitors was shor lived. Letibridee came in their ha of the fourth; and put the issue on 1C "When the doinjs were over and" a catin had onca more Bottled, Leth- bridse had scored nine counters, giv- i fosr balls, Murphy teing forced from third: this is tte. plajr ihat irted the argument which resulted y pitiher. 1-ukfr Greco; stolen DucSett. Gorrlll, Dlioa 3, Imr- Morrl3, Ku-.ns, Green, Darics; sscriuco hit. lierg; wild viicb, Derg. Wheeler; TillJ throw, Uackett; pass- ed lolls. Unies 3, l.aker 3; umpire, McCarty; attendance, SCO. NOTES OF THE GAME The double uxpirinj sjsttm is the only tbirg. Jack Morrison vas un- able to lie on deck Ust night owing to premie pf business. was playir.j Spud .Murphy ol Macleod, on first ty courtesy ot the local club. The visitors were shy ol talent. When Vv'ray nas put out rf (le ivent behind, the bat and a new Wheelerite by the name of Wray being put out of the game Jter hit to ilcht for two bases so runs came across. Danes failed stop a uide pilch and another esulted. Eigford fanned. Davits' ropped the ball but threw the nic- er out at Lethbrldge too started a blaze in his round which took: Eoxe Queech- g. Meyers got on through a fumble t short. Moore- crashed cno through bird A passed ball advanced is men a base and Davles hit to econd base on the ground, where the all was booted, and .Meyers romped Erans up and hit ball on tie tak over right field for three bass bich made eaj? sailing home for loore tnd Darles. the all ulth a hlngle through is pitcher's bos, bringing Evans in, nd caine tiiujugh with three-hase wallop over tho left ielder's head, scoring Wheeler. Green continued the slaughter with a stcglc >ver second which scored SeMen- echer and Meyers bit through third iase. Moore combed out a two-bag- ger and Meyers completed the circuit )aTies again and weni safe.on a foozle at second which al owed Moore to come In, Morris hi on the ground to third but a bat throw Ut him go safely to the Jnltla Evans ended the comedy oa a dribblo to the pitcher. Innings Warner half of the fltth. Nor th I-ethbridge half. Sixth Innings Diion made a clean single in th innings, first up, and the next tw were Wheeler's victims by the strik out rcute. Luker struck out too, hu had to be retired at first when Davie dropped the third strike- Meyers got a hase on balls an Morris took Davies1 place at second He covered all kicds ol ground tat his tVntting uas o5. 'i.arcer appeared in their tylish white and Mack-striked ini. They cost and looked the rice. ing them a commanding lead until the j Davles got a single for the locals bu end. 'After the break-up Ia the fourth, Irre Innings ot air liglit ball were wit- noised, in "which the honors went to Warner. They scored one run In the Etitb, tba only one scored alter the foartb. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES CAU5ARY EASILY BEATEX E GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National American Two Harness and Two Pony Events Made an Excellent Entertainment 3 s ol Uirnsun tiuu 11 JJjiiLii :ast Match Witnessed by Large ____ Pitched in Old Time Style Maclcod, Alta., Juce a good-sized and eniliusustic crowd here tonight -Maclcod deleated War- ner in one of the fastest games ever played on Macteod grour.ds, Iht score at tho close of the match being 9-4. The weather was a little cold, but did not seern to atiect tlis players. It was anybody's game up until the last man was but, as on several oc- casions Watccc tilled the bases, but each time Murphy tightened up and worked himself out of the holes. Both pitchers were hit freely al times and Philadelphia 3 D York I 6 0 Seaton ar-d Loota llcndrix an! aad Cariseh Flsbcr icil i. 3 10 3 Boston 5 Chicago 4 12 Uirkson and Whaling; Pierce atd Archer. Ko other games were played yesterday ia the National White, and SchaUc Wood and Calf, 8 16 1 (10 Lain rind Hall Rondeau, Plank, Bender, Drown and Lapp. There Is an arsenic poison necace n 27 different trades, declares Dr. J. a. secretary of the Amerlean Association for liber legislation, ar.d fn 13S trades workers aro in constant danger of lead Louis 0 50 Washington 1 -10 Leverenz, Hamilton and McAles-ter Johnson and Ainsmith. GAMES IN Mil International Buffalo S 10 LEAGUES Association Columbus 7 81 Moose Jaw. June Bitched ghen eiceiient support by the other "members ol the teams. Several oofl ball today, and the (le- gated Calgary a score 11--J. Features of the "werg the bat- Ing oE SteeJe and Balrd. Both these j era rapped out home runs and 3atrd got four bJts la five times up, while Sleele got three in lour times. was la Tor Calgary and vas touched for sixteen hits. Twcnly- ive hundrei saw the game. Score: Jaw 11 16 1 Walnwright and Stetle and Moore.1 i'l Toronto 5 10 3 Holmes, Jameson aod Gowdjr I Brown, Fiticer and Graham. Cole acd Smith .evroid. without Wheeler pitched his ot tall "last night. He struck out fifteen kls control1 was good, and hlU off him scwce. He hid it Berg generally, ws not accorded the support glien a clever twirler, and with eup- win take come beating. The hitting wai fres and heavy all through the tame. B. B. umpired alona. He ts.4 kla bands full In his onerous posi- tion, but delirerid tho gcods, Flnt Innings Wheeler, struck out the first EEQ to him, Bigford aad Duck- fet. Murphy, the neit up, was easy Ticking out on a grounder to second, ID the Lethbrjdge half, Wray went out en a right field fly. Evans sing- led; Campbell ilruck out while stole. Wheeler singled scoring and Selflenbecher scratched scoring Whteler. Green was hit by a pitched tall. A bad throw to third by the catcher StSdenfcscher home. era grounded to third and a bad throw lErans, rf first allowed him safely by, while I Campbell, Green made the fourth tally. shot up a high one to short and went oyt, mating the third down. Second Innings This fariing short. Gorril sing- led for the visitors and Berg sacri- ficed, and Ulxon and Durlin pounded 'the air. Tfao locals' session at the bat was Ehorter, Davlea whiffed. Wray the same tut waa a -chance when the catcher dropped the third strike aud threw him out al first. ETSca fanned for the third out i Third Innings Whealor oat another brace Simmons.pounded, Luker bunted third itrlke acd BJgford pounded. Campbell and Wheeler were put out ot danger Seidenbecbor drove cnft with whtufcera An H ihroitrli TJucfc- for tbree bags. Hft died Qrien-gains down on ;o runs were scored. Seventh Innings Wneeler again mowed two otvthe :nemy down on strikes. lie hit iluckett ia the slats but Gorril nyas n easy out Seidenbecher got a scratch In this half for Lelhbridge but Campbell, C A RELE3S B A S EB ALL Medicine Hat, June .EEued thirteen passes today, and the tlatUra slaughtered the Grey Birds 13 to 4. It ivaa wild, weird ball, with the vieitors playing a listless, we ball Bet for a Hat error, they wculd have Ecore'd but one run. Borleskia drop- ped a'long fly to lett vhea trru were out, and three tuns resulted. Iii the sixth It seemed the Hatters would sev- er be retired, Dickinson the bases full all the lime, .eleven men facing him In thai Inning. In the fourth nnd eighth he walked four men end forced in a'ran each time. Score: 4 7 2 fedtcina Hat............-13 9 1 Dickinson and Spencer; Lind and BIIE5. spectacular plajs vcre ifl throughout the game, hut tfce catch by in Wt field for War- ner, and that by Latiaer at short are worthy oi particular mention as the hase stealing cf Wells. In the last halt ot the third ir.nines was the in which Maclccd -non the game. After Latimer and Wells had scored, the bases again fitted, and Peters hit a three-bagger to left field, sco'rlng three men. Mac- teod made five runs ia this inning, one each ia the nest three, and one more m the eighth, while Warcer procured tvro in tbe first and two in the seventh. The teams very evenly matched and should provide good exhibitions whenever they meet, as the Mac- leod team have settled doftn r.orr and will play baseball from now oa. Tbe bos score is as follows aad Green were laid Eighth Innings DIxon hit safely again fcnr Warner and Luk-sr walked when two were Berg going out oa a to short and Simmons striding out There were three on the haseo 3erg came to hat, but Wheeler hat iis nuinbtr and a true a him out. After Berg struck lleytra oul Moore tore a hit through the s'nort ttop hut it canvs to naughtr when twi went down on easy oyta following. Ninth Innings Warner's life was short la the MACLEOD. Latimcr, s.s." Me c.ir... Fields, 2bt Holmes, 3b..... Peters, It....... Towelf, cf....... Uender, rf....... 5 2 6.3 -5'2 1 1 2 I 3 0 120 0 1 0 0 I 0 1 I 1 Rochester 3 51 Montreal 0 60 Keete ar.rt Jacklitsch Suiitb, 31a-sou and 13urcs. Newark 1 51 Jersey Citv C 10 1 Donnelly and llisgir.s ShacS, Brandon and Wells. Providence 6 10 I Haltimore 5 93 Bailey, Oaslow and Kocher Can-forth ar.d edo S 'is 1 B', tidianapolis 2 76 0, Haskett acd Derogt Mcrz and Cot-er. St. Paul 4 11 I u Kansas City 5 93 Larcv and Jarats Ithoades and Kritchell. 0 no game, damp grounds. j Coast. Los Angeles 11, 5. t Venice 5, San Francisco i. Portland 10, Oakland 3. i Northwestern Vancouver 9, Taccma Spokaca 3, Seattle 2. Portland 4, Victoria Norihern Winnipeg Duluth 3. Superior 3 Grand For'js 0. 5, St. 1'au 4. Virginia 5, Jlinr.eapolis Canadian London 3, Ottawa 0. 1'etcrtoro 6, Hamilton 2. Berlin 3. St. t Thnmas S, Urantford J. AUSTRALIAN TENNIS TEAM DEFEATED BY Side Tennis Club, New McLaujHin 555; Rice KEGIN'A DROPPED ROTH Ilegina, June- defeat- ed Regina handily, in both games of the double-header today. Two new men Aiouquist, flrat baee, arid John- at third sack, vrcre in the game !or the Red Sox. Amquist made a fair no bells appeared to be attached to Jonnion. In spite of the fans are turning O'Jt loyally, over three thousand see- ing the two games today. Scores: First Hegina................ 0 5 6 Sasfcalooa.............. 5 6 3 Beer and Baker; Churchill and Wal- ters. Second 2 6 1 6 1 3 B 0 45 .9 10 '5 Johnson replaced Binder in the Itti- WARNER.- l. H. E. Jigford, ss. Duckett, li. Javies, 3b..... jornll, p..... Berg, rf....... DIson, cl..... llurlin, 2b. Ross, Ib..... LuVer, c....... 1 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 11 by Gorrill, 7. Wells 2, Murphy, Carter, Johnson, Murphy poled out a safe hH orer second. Gorril and Berg both lofted 'high Gies to Evans In which were carefully put in a basket and game 'ended there the locals an inning? to a pa re. The Box Score Vieeler, p...... 6 Green, If Meyers, Ib...... 4 Moore, 3b....... i 45 13 J72V 6 oul, hit by batted ball. AB n H PO A E <7 4 7 3 out by Murphy, Sacrifice hits, Latitncr, 3Ic- Daries, Berg, Durltn, Ross. StoHn bases, Wells 2, Fields 2, Holmes 1. Double plays, Latirr.er ar.d Wells, Luker and Ilav- ies. Bases on bails, of! Murphy 2 oft Gorrill 3. LtH on bases, Warner 5, Mackoii 6. Time- ol game, 2. hours. Umpire, Tuttle. Attendance 500. June The linited States ar.d Aus- tralian Tennis teams opened their three-day preliminary tournament here this afternoon under perfect wea- ther conditions. The winner of this Sie series be entitled to enler the succeeding ties to be played in England, v.lirreas the losing nation is eliminated from further play. The test is I'm best three out oV five matches divided into four singles and one double match. The schedule for today's play brought, together M. E. JicLauglihn, United States, agair.it H. 21- Hice, Australia, in the first match, and K. Norns Williams, II. U. S., S. X. Dousl, Aus- McLaughlin broke through Rice's service, winning the second -1 to 1. He easily won the third game at love, but liice took the fourth alter deuce iad been called." The filth 'was McLaujblin's at love. McLaughlin took the sixth at 7 to 5, with a terrific cross court smash. WAY PAVED KOP. AMERICANS New York, June American lawn tennis players pared the Tray lor a 1 f j trip to England ur defeating the Aus- tralian team Uo straight matches n the Davis cup preliminary tie (he west side tennis club courts to- day. Maurice K. McLaughlin defeat- ed H. M. Hicc, 0-1 C-3 8-3 and li. N'orris Williams, second, scored the second victory, winning irom Doust, captain ol the invading team. 6-4 1-C 7-5. GRRMANS DEFEATED -FRBN'CH All that is needed to clinch American team's victory Is to one ol the three remaining rnatclies, and experts look tW this to be ac- tomorrow, "when Mo- Foijrth Inningt Tbli where (be visitors made n killing. Ducketl walked. Murphy fumble al [bort. Gor- ril Trent out wd Berg followed with a to led. Tbree on ba.-es. Diion pinied one ovor second base DuclioU came In. Durlin fanned, Up out- gltnmorig was out, bunUd tblid ililke. Score by Lflthbrldge........W 6 IIIU by Innings; Ixslbbridge........301 811 12r-17 Summary: Three-base hits, Krans, Seidenbecher; two-base hitj, UA Wheeler, Stldenbechtr; struck out, by Wlirelrr 15. by Hers 11: bases balls, off Why-ler i'. pli 1; Ml uo n ior Letnonage SMOKE "LA DELL A" AND "MI PERLA" CIGARS. UNION MADE. At all firs', class Holcla and Cigar stands. Prince Albert. .lime Austra- lians in Ihelr opening game here- lo 'day overwhelmed the Prince Albcrl eleven by a score of 472( for 7 wick cts, 78 al! out for the loca' combination. Play was carried on in Ideal cricket pitch being fine and tlia suaEhlne Tb visitors batted (irsl, ar.d at tho ad [journracr.t for luncheon had conipilc< a total ot 101 for three wickets, S runB coming to 0. 0. MacCarty's bat In the afternoon C. W, nardsloy rai yp a ?core of 9S, and In a brilliant Innings, lasting less than three quar- ters of an hour, P. J. Arnolt reached the century, being bowled by Corporai Chaney when at 101. At four o'clock Ibe innings was declared closed for seven wickets. eferen was over In an hour and a halt, th8 batsmen being unable to meet the deadly bowling of the Cornstilks. The best Hand was made vhen Captain Weaver and n. YV. Kirby were togeth- er. The former ecored 21, including Iwo boundaries, vihtn he inarched, be- lin; bowled by A. llalley. KIrby garo a good display of baiting, securing a sk, a four and a three In succession, anil vtiih 21 lo his credit wa scauglH by .Matlty. tralia, in tie second. lioberl D. Wrcnn, (U. a. Lawn Tennis associa- sat in the referee's chair, and other, prominent tennis players acted as linesmen. There was a pufiy. wind blowing down the court from the south. When play began there were fully -1000 spectators present, i'romptly at 2 'clock McLaughlin and Rice entered be courts together to be greeted n-ilh a round of applause by the gal- ery. JfoLsugWin won the toss and cried from the south court with .ho wird at hi? back The L'alilorn- an won the first game at love, Rice inding McLaughlin's speedy play hard .o Inndlc. McLaughlm took the set -i. Tho point score o! the second set al championship. For All D. King, HiL 2.25 Clati Bor. KJcr, 2; Mile Pony Race let. Pony Race Collie, Bye. Pride. Starter, B. B. MoCartj; Judges, Aid. "Williamson, A. R. McGuIra ar.fi J. B. Rose. Jf the JoTcrs ot good clean hone racing had. known what was in storo for them at matinee tho attendance uould ruve justified tho y ajevent. About 150 people ullcemJ, Woodburg and tho exhibition and great ea- thusiasra prevailed. Some of tho inlshes would bare brought grand- land full of people to their feel with incitement Tho first race was the pony ace.