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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 9, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 Till? LKTHBRIDGK DAILY IIEKALD IN WORLD OF VERY SCRAPPY PATRONS AND_PLAYERS IRISH CANADIANS AND NATION- ALS WIPING O'JT OLD SCORES AT MONTREAL PINCHER CREEK MAN WON WRESTLING BOUT Montreal. June S.-Jiish-Canadias Elde it three straight iii the B> Four" lacrosse league en Saturday, when they defeated the Nationals by C to 1. It was the firs-, meeting ol the (earns tils season, anJ in- cidentally by far the roughest ejhl- Wlioa witnessed In Montreal The pliyers had some old each other Irom pre- vious ar.d started in early lo jcr tbera of. The riticiali were len- Icrit in the first quarter, nnd later r.-liea they started to hand out the the men vcre too worked to'ie ctecXeJ by small fines. Fizht; featured the game, while Petsr Murphy, of the soal umpires, was by a National supporters. Tte spectators also lost tbeiv heads nnd toward ;he end of the third quar- ter ore of them took a crack at Henry Ktolt as be passed. Joseph Merinao was arrested. ar.d put la Jill for Peter Mur- ity, and will be prosecuted. FERNIE GKAfPUSR HAD BAD SHOULDER AND QUIT- FALL EACH SECURED Femie. June a hard fought i resiling muteh held lr> Instam's tytn- aasiunl list night, W. Sansoa, of Pitcher Creek, was given the decl- over 0. 11. Johnston, ot Fe.-nle ulic-r aii hour and forty-five minutes of work thit tested lo the utmost the and endurance of hotb partici jams. Johnston got the first fall, and during Ihe setoni ferU-J his which hss been filing him cccsider- able trouhie for time, caused POLICE HAD TO BUTTJN_AT TOR. TECUMSEHS AND TORONTOS IN GRUELLING DIANS DEFEATED Toronto, June S -In the Easiest aid hardest fought game- of lacrosse seen here for many a clay, Toronlo s defeated their local rivals, the Te- jeslctrhy by a score of j. after they had played lolly minutes' oHTlime. It was a ro'J-h. sane, with the roughness pretty ev- rily divided. Twice the police blra so pain that, alter he had. tne quarter Batnett been thrown, he to continue 3 "tilt behind the tbe match The decision was, there- fore, given to the Pir.cher Crc-ek man. A considerable amount o( money hands. Indian's'goal, both n-.en using tbo wiltor.- cfltclively. They were seat to the tones fee fen minutes, and His- pcl and Whviioii replaced them. War- wick wis following close, and he got the san'.e medicine irom Graydon. Donohue and Roimtree starter! a fight tear the Indian's goal, and it got so warm that three constables went on the field. The officers had just left when Dander.o and Green stirred up a row, but it did not develop into anything serious. LACROSSE GAME AT IMP COMMANDER FOR SHAMROCK IV. GUN CLUB June Wni. P. Burton las been chosen to command the yacht Shamrock IV.. Sir Thomas Llplon's lecser for the America Cup. practice shod! was held at Gun club Saturday eientm; and Iho following scores ttero ma V E Grecu 21 out o PLAYED RINGS AROUND GRIFFITH AND TURNBULL II. Welch 10 .Muguth 21 J. Glenisler 1C H Marks 20 E. O. Stickler 33 C. P. Smith 25 E. H. Oilier 10 0 11 Mulr 13 Westminsters, Mmto Cup holders, played rings around Vaucouier on Saturday belore a small crowd, rolling in eleven goftls, while Vancouver was lucky to score two. Tho taati-h was rough throughout, the. second quarter being marred by several misups, one between Griffith ar.d Turnbull, leading tip to incipient riot and serious charges of biting have been laid by both sides. Both Griffith and Turnbull were, ruled oil (or the rest ol the game Tte result was never in doubt. Tbe New Westminster homo cut dizzy dei around the terminal city cup aspirants, and scored nine goals in the first half. The pace was slow in the third quarter, but the Itoyals At the C. R. SHOOT The second (tage of the C. R. U was shot ou Saturday afieraoon, in fica weather, except for a very tricky wind, wMch with tie scores. The third and last stage of tie C. H. i.. will be shot on July 5 and July 12, respectively. Tea high men, whose scores count in tils match made a total of S20 points. Scores: XO 500 605 A. McDonald 10 .A. Bell W SHOOT In tha Stevens trophy, "which 1 ing shot for at the local traps slar.dlag of tea foliowins shooter ns follows: Targets Xante H'c'P Broke J. H. Welch S3 S6 E O. StlcWey 11 102 NOT SATISFIED WITH DECISION AND BECAME GAME Medicine Hat. June J Hat won three and tied tbe fourth ol tte lout same series litre which end- ed in the Saturday row. The last ame was not played out. bein; for- eited to the locals 9 to p. With ona out in trie iirsl holt ol tte 4tb, this score slood 1 to 3 in Ibe Hat's fav- or. A dispute arose between Manager of the Edmontons, and ,'iuuire Arnold, the latter holding [hat a basrrunncr toolt two bases on a pass lull, while the grour.ii rules allow or.c. disputed this ana refused to let the man go back as the umpire ordered. He also relused to finish the game, under protest. The Hit von. the frst game 8 to-6, brand ol hall being along the aame as put up in the other lienilrirks was wild, Edmonton leading by tour runs up to the sixth, when tlie locals made 1 runs. The lans were very over Whlsinan's tact in and tbo conduct ol the Edmonton team, and crowded around the. plajerB when the gania was called, but odercd no violence other than calling them uncompli- mentary names. Scores i First game- Edmonton CM 222 000-6 10 3 CORNWALL DEFEATED ANQU1NA5 New Team In National Un- Game Montreal, June opening game of L. was played, tcday oa Cornwall lacrosse grounds be- tween the Cornwalls and St. Tbcia- as Anginas team, of Montreal, the new members of th- N. L. The game was ia doubt up to the end of the second quarter, when the score s'.fnd 1 to 1 lo ilvor of Cornwalls. but the last quarter saw some strong ag- gressive work by the Cornwolis, who netted three to tbe Anatiinas cue, the final score standing: Cornwalls, 5; SI. Thomas 1. INJURY TO FOXHALL KEENE PUT NEW'TEAM OUT OF COM- MISSION HampsteaJ, X. Y., June S. The 'BiJ Four" of American and the Vaurbuiy's: owe more will defend the Interna- tional trophy' against the Britishers. The executive committee of the In- ternational Polo association decided today that the injury that put Fox- hall "Kee.-.e out of the international contest made it imperative to with- draw also the learn. Th? cup defend- ers will play thtir old positions. Devereus Slilburn, the only one o_l the four who had a place on the Kctne team chosen last Wednesday, will re- turn to his place at back. With the BALL TEAM AT MACLEOD The Letabrldgc district league base- ball team plays at -Macleod this eren- inc. Manager is having a hard time getting his men off wori to make tbo trip and his line-up mayhap will cot bo very strong. .Maeleod will be out to win the game with the best they can master on the other hand A big crowd will be at the game. Wodell Davidson Collins...... PHtard...... Carlson..... Andrews..... Bailey...... Emery...... Bkelton Lelsh...... McLeod Bryans Haynes Dr. Simmon ds Humphry "31 M 32 20 30 31 25 2D 15 1S-S1 2 26-S2 two reoro in the final qua'rter. Van- couver's showing was disappointing, the team being outplased at every angle. CHARTER SPECIAL TRAIN TO GO TO SWEET GRASS A. B. Sfatford.. E. Green E Yiiill Ashcrolt Glenister H. Mulr I. Pilling GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES American SATl'HIlAV GAMES Detroit Washington ......_- 11 I team today 'withdrawn, he was to] and McKce Groom, lave place Xo.'3. Stacey. _____ The polo committee also announces that the substitutes !or Ihe intetna-lst. Louis 16 0 4 1 National SATURDAY GAMES Xew Yoric 9 St'. Louis 8 MACLEOD AND WARNER BASE- BALL TEAMS GOING SOUTH JULY 4 Maclecd, June- 3. winning their last two games, tho Maeleod baseball team are receiving renewed support irom Ihe local ians. As War- ner are coing to have their scheduled hone- with Maclcod transferred to Rweetgrass, Mont on July 4th where there is to be a big celebra- tion, there is already talk in Mae- leod of charterini; a special train to go to Sweet Grass on that day. tio'oal ?ames would bo Malcolm L. E. StodJaid, P.. L. Ag- zasize, Harold C. Phipps, ar.d Rene Philadelphia .._ 1 Cran-jwill only need about 100 people t I dail Mathewson and Meyers Har- get a spccid train, and it is though Imon, liurk and McLean. that securing this number will b 9 2 10 7. nnston 693 that securing this number easy.' Arrangements are also being mad to play' a series of home and horn II 33 110 101 SI C5 S3 Total Score 119 11C 115 115 114 113 111 102 m Medicine Hat 070 007 2 8 3 llundricks and Stark Hurley aud Bliss. Second Edmonton 100 1-3 Medicine Hat 100 1 Clayton and Stark Brown orleskic. 5 1 3 3 and FIRST DAY AT SASKATOON SAW GOOD CARD RUN OF EVENTS OFF GETTING DISCOURAGED Rt-gina, June Saskatoon (Jyak- rs their twclith straight game, n healing the- Ilcgina lied Sox Sat- The locals made their poorest bowing yet, even although joined hy nother recruit in the person ot ieinie Krugcr, formerly iho crack hortslop of the Winnipeg Maroons. ,ocal lans have been very conslder- ile aiol have supported the team loy- ally in defeat, but patience Is being rapidly exhausted. Score Saskatoon WO 451 10 3 003 HO 2 27 Collins and Wallers TalKero, Bur- cess and Buike. Laraontajue. 01 these, Sloddard and I Stevens w-ere members ol the fourjChicago w. 'ey.-Reulbach, l.eifield ar.d Bresnahan. lead lo CaUary line and also with 1 _____: I tv. rtf Maeleod durinn Bush, Brown acd Lapp. that were to have taken the nest Wednesday. The team line-up will te: No. 1, L. Waterbury N'o. 2, J- H. Waterbury No. 3, H P. Whitney, baci, Devereux BAYLEY WANTS TO MAKE WEIGHT Vancouver, June Bayley, Ca- nadian lightweight charnpicn. refuses to meet Freddie Weish tbe cham- gjiuaship of the nritish Kmplre, unless New Yori Keating, Ford and Sweeney, Walsh ati Schalk. Cleveland at Boston, to jane, ram. makes 133 pounds ringside. DID1ER PITRE The Jicckcy expert 'who Has broken Into lacrcsse this the Montreal Nationals. 83, 7 o' Philadelphia Pittsbure Mayer and Doin Toole aril Simon. M1NOR_GAMES International TOP.OXTO WON" TWO Toronto, June .Leafs prised themselves anil the lans Sat- the towns west of Maeleod during 11 O'the teason. The High River team 0 31 .were supposed to play here this week Cainnitz, O'-'but on account of Maeleod having three league games to ;ilay this will Cincinnati-UrooUjn, co game, rain. tc cancelled and probably, played next SUNDAY GAMES St. Louis Boston 10 7 Griner, Petritt, Geyer and McLean; Rudolphe and Rariden. The new uniiorms for the team ar- rived and wcrer-uscd in the Warner came here, when it was found that thoio ol V.'arncr and Maclcod ate practically the same. Philadelphia urday by taking both ends ol the Cintinnali claims he won Ms title at, double-header frr.n the Bisons. The! Alexander and Killifer, 135 pounds, and says Bayley must con. first was-a slaughter, the locals get- j Packard and Clarice, sent to that weight, or'thtre will bejting 13 hits, including a home run no bout. Youcg will be probably substituted for Bay- ,ley. Philadelphia JacV O'Brien WINNIPEG'S GALA H9RSE SHOW CLOSES Johnny l.uih, with the bases full. I v-ork........ dozen The second Winnipeg, June a final eweep cf the btoom, -which the West has been using all through the horse show, Lady Pcnrbyn, bay, owned by It. V- Kerr, of ROglna, gathered in the grand championship, and oulclasssd a magnificent number of entries, the reserve beitig awarded 10 Huather, a heavy draft horse, owned, by the Man itoha Carlage Co. The fica] matinee and night pit saw the West collect the. championships cne by one, as well as the best clasps, which while col championships, were of high star.dard. The pony pairs over 133 went to the Parsons Bros., ol Kcgina, with Rosewood and Clarmont Spark. Col. A. D. McTtae, ot Varicomcr, won the bkio ribbon in the with Perfect beating the ond with their Pride of Erin and eor, respectively. This proved a very eur, lu.a ,v popular win for the sporting Calgary Ihe four Rison. beavers were very charitable, issuing to less than _________was a see saw game, in which the Leafs gave Brant b'illiant support ar.d.besitits hit timely. Ths scores were 18 to 4 and 1 to 3. 7, llaltimore 4. rro-.i- liicnce 18, Haltimore C. Rochester 5, lMr.ntm.1 3. 6, Montreal 3. Newark ar.d Jersey Tesreau aid Meyers Smith and ped famous Cbamplcn Flourish, last year's grand champion Wra. A. D. McHae, of Vancouver, took third iirize In tho saddle tandems Kiilarney and D-j Horles A tinner win -pas that of A D. McRae, In the best collcclioo o three heavy harness boraea, her sta Via getting' flrit vlth Sir Hector, S and Farfect beatin Countess Beaton, by I, V. Kerr, secured the reserve to tne cham- tiion in the heavy harness class, be- ing beaten by Ihe Lisulenani-GoveTn- or's Fireworks. The championship for park saddle horses went to Lady hay, owned by Kerr, Resina; with Hugh Sutherland's magnificent winner o! last year as reserve. The crowning event, however, was le grand championship, which came n a great'measure as a surprise lo he spectators, who ilbl not appear to have considered Lady Penrhyn j. winiiur at jii. The entries for the aft blue- ribbon event numbered six, Chicago Suggs, BO Saskatoon, June three daj race meet ot the Sasktitoon _ Tur club opened Saturday with 3.0JO pco pie in attendance. All Iho events o; the card were icenly contested, am the finishes in two events were si close that the crowd could not pic! the winners until the judges had giv en their decision. The Visitors' SlaVe was captured n easy style by Grand Opera in traight heals. Summary Visitors' StaVe, pace and rot, purse Grand Opera, irsf Billy VV., second; Omssll, hird. Time 4.31. 2.23 Paco and Dow- net, first; Sailor T, second; Ann Conn, third. Time HAT GETS NEW PLAYERS Medicine Hat, June Hurl, pllcher, has been released by (he local team, and a man namer Schneider, will arrived today from Scokane. Dscconniet. a eciilhpaw. from Van couver, will Join Dar.nltlM ai Regina as will Felts, an outfielder, also from the league. ON'E G.VMB APIECE Moose Jaw, June Tlie Uob'in Hoods and lironks split even in their double header Saturday, the homo crew taking ihc first game H lo. 6, while" the visitors copped the second contest 11 fo 5. The first game was a weird' sort of an afiait. Manager Weed's men four.d Frlnk and Reoso- easy and pounrtrd out H hits, which included five doubles and four triples. Iscaton was nlso hit hard but tight- ued up in Ihe pinches. Scores First game Calgary loose. Jaw Friuk, Uecso and and Moore. game Jalgary Jaw Meiers and Moore. Novelty race, or.c mile- Burl, first; Danfiein, second; Ruby third. Tims Ladies' Plate, or.c mile do, first; Cockspur, second Sam Hunk, third. Time 1.16. Five and or.c-hali furlongs dash Potty, first; Lovcwatches, second liabble, thtril. Time r Too Perional Jack (quoting tho wilt needs marrj', marrj' a fool" Jack! This is so Bud Record. 6 15 1 H 14 1 Roche- Ecaton Hoche 11 13 2 5 15 3 Gavin and LONDON BEAT BRANTFORD Londoo, Onl., June a fast ex- hibition of the national game here to- day, the London lacrosse team defeat- ed nmntford 8 lo 3, in the opening game of Iho Ontario Lacrosse tssocia. lion aeries In this district. AUSTRALIANS DEFEATED AMER1CAM8 IN DOUBLES FOR DAVIS BNIS TROPHY tnd Htppy Sfald, a decision which ihowfd tie- supremacy ot these hortti orer the others la the L. V. Kerr, Reglna, was second In this treat Count Deroalda tba.iiace got the Tlbhon In tho heavy- t husttr class, as jfell aj and obviously were the bfsl sh in the show. The win Is a great one lor Kc- gina, scoring from the cream o[ tho country, in the most and largely elte-nrted show ever Jielrt or seen in th? West. Is Some Juniper A special event over a seven-foot Jump, was essayed for a prize of one hundred dollars. Rob Roy, owned by J, M. McMillan, of Vanvouver, gave a xondcrlal sshibltlcs cf courage atid pluck in trjlng to clear the seven- foot mark. The horse" was cheered lo tbo echo. three Idea ha Invariably cleired with Ms forefeet, dragging tho bar down with his hind feet. Hli Jockey claimed that had the bar been ield ha npald have cleared. SUNDAY GAMES Jersey City 13, Providence 4. New- ark 4, Baltimore 2. AssorintiiW Milwaukee 8, Minneapolis 0. St. Paul 3, Kansas City 2. Toledo 9, In- dianapolis li. Louisville 2, Columbus I. Columbus 3, Louisville 0. Canadian Cluclpri 8, Berlin 5. Hamilton 7, Pcterboro 2. Ottawa 13, London 8. St. Thomas i, firantfoid 3. Xort Invest ern SATURDAY OAMf.S Tacoma Vancouver 0 Victoria i, Portland I. Seattle 13, SpoianeS. SUNDAY OAMF.S Vancouver 7, Tacoma 1. ninntpeg 1. Virginia 6, Minneapolis 5. Orand Fciks 7, Superior Northern SATURDAY GAMES UJlutn i, S SI'SDAY OAMKS Minneapolis 8, Virginia 7. St Paul 0. Superior 3, Forks i, Gracd New York, June tennis that ran tbe gamut from sensational to mediocre, Ihe Australian team de- feated the United States pair In the iWi't-3 match for the Uwight Davis Cup preliminary tie today, by a. score of 2-6, 6-2, 5-7, M, 5-7. The victory I gave the players from "Down-Under1" their (irsl match of the eericj, which stands: CnitCil Slatea, t; Austra- lian B, L Monday the two remaining single matches win he played, and' while America need's one match, the Aus- tralians must win both to secure en- trance into the second round to be played :'n Knfjland next month. Tho Unitc-d States pinned its faith o Maurice B. McLoughlln and Harold I. Hackett, while tho Australian re- presentatives were Stanley N. Doust anil A. B. Joaca, No Team Work Dashing Individual play was nulll fled by wretched lack of team work and marvellous "gets" made, lo be cancelled by wrelched play after The of advenlure added to by a drenching Ihunier storm that delayed the play for a most an hour. Hardly had Ihe ond set began when a flood of wait descended on'players and spectators alike. Tarpaulins wore hastily over tho tuif, while thoufand rushed for tho club house. The. crowds proved too heavy fo Ibe porches lloors, and .when lh supports began to creak tht drenched galhtTing sought safety again In the pen: Play Again With the first sign ot a clear sSy, the officials soon had the tarpaulins ready for lifting. Underneath tlie turf was aogsy, but play.ible, and Iho match proceeded. While the Calilorni'an -was the slar of Iho match, the slearty team work of the Australians proved too much r him to overcome, aided as he w- _ iy flashes of brilliant form on Ihe rt of his partner, Slacken. The Am- leans never at any time appeared lo nderslar.d the technique of double ay, and either inlerftred wilh ach olhcr, or left terri'.cry uncovered, hlch their opponents were quick to hoot at. Before the rain fell, as abio lo employ the full power nnt peed of his tremendous strokes, but ben the turf and balls became water oaned this asset lost much ol Its of ecliveness. Jonw Held Up Rep. Jones proved to be a tennis and lived up to the regulation which preceded him to America, and ser- vice and volleying were both fast and accurMe. Dousl did not appear lo equal advantage, netting or outing many returns, but he did team up with Jones In excellent manner at critical [icrloda In Ihe match, which enabled them to Blavo off tho wonderful lal- Ics ot Loughlin. Realizing thai Ihe Australian played at Hackctt when- ever possible, the American team captain tried maniully lo stem the torrent of balls 'which whisked at him from every but he could not cope wilh the sltuallon in which he was placer! liy the generalship of tho opposing pair. Rain Hurt With Mclaughlin serving in Iho op- ccing gamo o< the first sot, the Am- ericana Jumped fnio the lead, anrl ran out the act in eight games, outplaying and outgeneraling 'their opponents. The second set saw the situation re- versed, lor Doust.and Jones rushed fo the'net at every opportunity, and either shot tbo bill between, or on Ihe outside'of the United States tec- A Raging Gait was the worst storm you think it raged at Ihe ralo of arfcut SCO words a ton TlranEcripl. le ouse lion. Both Hacfolt and McLoughlin atumptcd lo smash the ball Ihey r.nd done before Iho rain, with the re sulla that tho oulu and nets helped iiring victory lo Ihs Invaders' stand- ard. All Mr-Launhlln Deuce were common. Mc- Loughltn's eerving and placbg won applause tlmo niter time, until II ap- peared he was playing Ihe Antlpod. dlnglehanded. Ho scored lefl Shots, and four while Hackett scored four placements, flvo nels, ,sit outs ana six double fattlla. Uoust v.ns too er- rallc, nnd helped bring nbonl r, with seventeen ehots ialo nel or oul of court. U. S. Team Up In Air ITt-4ho fourth Iho Unlled Stales np- pearcd lo lose all Idea of team work, and continually interfered with each llackett lo be tiring undcir Ihe terrific Australiana' who never neglected to drive Ihe hall in hla direction If given Ihe sllghtolt chance. Jones was his htst here, plating sliot aflor shot wbere It was almbnt imiiossibio to return it, and tho score or 25 lo 18 polnls, anil six eamrs to two Indicated clearly the vis- torn' superiority. Thrilling Moments' All the fireworks that tennis of chrimplonstiip calibre can develop on exhibition in tbo fifth and llug game. Play was so fast and Ihtillms that tho spectators were on feet throughout the entire ?K- games needed to doslde tho Is- sup. Doust .md MclyOiighltn were tho In phcemcnl and passing, whlla clt and Jones appeared lo facia uivler the gruelling pace and strain. The scored three llmei as rrririy shots as did Hackctt, and Doust DKile telce tho points to Jones. Mc- laughlin fairly killed the ball In the tHort to win Ihe eel, but his oppor- tunities grew fewer'with each rjinule, for Hactetl was the tarsel nt bolh -loncfi and DouBt rontln- tiitlly abol. finally, when the g'.mo ILK! reached seven all, and the play- were dripping wilb p.erapirallon, tlio Iti'Jntlers ran out Iho two straight Barnes needed, ntid victory ;