Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE .BERALP QUAKER'S BAD INDIAN GETS HEAVY FINES TUESDAY, JUNE 1914 BEAM Cadreau, Saskatoon Quakers' Indian pitcher, who was fined by Umpire Becker, whom he struck here on Sat- urdas-, was fined S26.00 more by Manager Hurley, aud by President in all. Fleming would have suspended him but for fear, he n -ii n- I 1 r] r suspended him but ior fear, lie Pitched tlever jump to tne Federals, for Winners-Bad Piaying Conditions Prevailed MGR. MACKIN GONE TO UMPIRE IN THE W.CI. Lcthbridge snowed Macleod under on their own grounds last night in a southern. league baseball match; the, and cause Quakers the loss of the.-big price paid for him. CARRY OFF (SOLD VASE IN LON DON FOR EXPERT MANSH1P HORSE- score was H to 8. Gorrill, whcTwas last year con- nected with the Warner club and who lues in the Warner pitched 'ex Lellibndge He had all kinds ot fntf anil turned the Macleod batters tack IS the bench Vth great con ono, He pitched winning hall todai for the third jear 'rom stall to Fnish In the first in JIMS three incieoa men got on base London, June 8 -Hus Ian Macleod t went without the told case Kujg Edward MI for horsen ansbu Tta .case thus NATIONAL Cincinnati Boston Denton Clark Gowily. St: Louis New York 3 James 6 0 1 2 and 3 1 8 0 Steele, Hagsrman and Wingo Tes- reau and Meyers and McLean. Pittbhurg I Philadelphia 5 U J Harmon, McQuillan and Gibson, Coleman, Alexander and Killifer. Chicago BrooUja 3 2 Pierce, Humphries and Bresnahan, Rucliei', Reulbach and Miller. AMERICAN New York Chicago Nunamaker Schalk. Russell and Boston Cleveland and Cairigan, Mitchell, Blinding, James and Colla- more. 11 11 8 13 j Ha ry Coveleskie has put himself i the big league map for the second Philadelphia J1- Detroit DOUBLE FLAYS Lethbndge had, their chances spc 1 horse show attracted teams Irom The carried etbbriuge uau, ineit tunui-ca norse SIION m the first two innings bx double m0ot of the European armies plavs Murphl to S Ice In the thud Tlse ]laj previously been Lethb'rtdee hit the Macleod twirler fo twice each In Russia and France, and all corners of the lot and commenced toce bv Belgium Frame, Belgium lo pile up runs from then on anl] England finished second third lire score was a big one, accounted fourth respectivelv for bv the high wind ind told which made fioldmg a difficu't job American league Mam and Stanage Several years 390 Coveleskie beat I -McNeil was relieved in the bos for Macleod in the fourth by Murphy, but all pitchers looked alike to the vis- itors and Murphy- also got humped batllv QLITS -Johnnv Mackin is no oi team Johnnj has taken ft job as umpue in the Vest era Canada league He was on his to Lethhtidge a THE HOMESTEADERS BASEBALL LEAGUE three Teamsrot Faet Ball Players- Result of Recent Gime, 6 to 8 the New York Giants thre games, pitching for the Philllea, But after that, did very little After sev era] engagements landed in the Southern association, where" he "was a star, winning 28 and losing 9 games for Chattanooga" last season. Thet have a baseball league in the Da-t lu homeitead countrj cast of Foremost ter Deacon "fthvtes Eskimos There are in the aggre__ out during the mranacitr of a mini j Cation and in those teams are some ter of players, and was nailed in Me-i former ball players oi renown, men Hat bv P'esTdent Jas who Have placed in high class "com m and pressed into service ck Morrison handled the team at leod yesterday and it is evident th t he made a success of it. i.ith Mackin and a couple other re.uiars missing and intermediates Tilling in, the' locals looked like a bunch of cripples when they leit for the scene oi battle yesterday after- noon in cars. However, those young- sters ivho were picked up at the last moment to make the trip played a class oi ball right up with the rest of the team. The teams lined up as follows Oorrill, pi; Hutchison, Ib.; JIunroe, 2b..; Dav- ies, ss.; Wilson, 3b.; Evans, If.; Dix- bn, ci.; Sang, rf. Lee, c.; McNeil, p.; U. Lee, Ib., 2h. and p.; Latimer, ss.; McMillan, 3b.; Briggs, Bender, cf.; Craven, rf. Bow Island plays at Lethbridge co Friday'evening. EXPENSIVE "MAX It was hardly to.be expected that 'Johnny Mackin would stay with the local club with the Western Canada making a bid for his services. The fans-'and he sorry to hear oi him breaking .away. He is popular here and was delivering the goods as playing-manager. He, too, was somewhat oi an expensive lux- ury for the good of the club's cofiers. The executive committee" of the club meets tomorrow night and a suc- cessor to Mackin will be chosen. pany in the Slates The teims are the'Doondale Greys, the 3-11 Tigers and Foremost. The first game was played recently, the Greys beating -the Tigers C-8 3-11 TIGERS AB. R. H. TetzM, 5 10 Phillips, 3b................. 510 Collins, Ib................. 510 A. Yux, 5 1 Douglas, 2b................. 4 0 Morris, c.................... 4 0 p. Carrels, ti.............. 4 1 Carrels, cf. "4 1 T. Hunt, 4 0 FEDS CLAIM P. SCHNEIDER Warn Cincinnati Club to Keep Hands Caveat, 13 14 Shaw, Bentlev and Hcnrj Amsmith, Houck, Mitchell and Agnew and Crossin MACK PICKS THE ATHLETICS Says Washington Can Not Beat His First game Brooklyn Chicago Team Out Connie Mack manager of the wofld's'champion to admit tfiat the Washington, team has a chance win the 1914 pennant He savs that !f hii team continues to play as it is doing now, the Bag will once more at Shibe Park The Washington team la a good ball said Connie Mack, "but I FEDERAL S'ummers and Owen McGuire and W ilson. Secpwl Brooklyn Chicago r Ldfitte, Mation, Beaton and Land and Wilson, Fiske, Langc and STAMPEDE Bucking, Riding, i i t M Roping and Steer Riding Contests, Wild Horse, Cow- boy, Cowgirl, and Indian Races Reduced Fares From All Points, Enquire at CP.R. Station GLEICHEN, ALTA. JUNE 11-12 BOWLING ON THE GREEN DRUNKEN Mayor Hardie Will Open Season Tomorrow Night on New Green at Gait Gardens-Get Out Your Bowls for the Occasion Tomorrow night at 7 30 sharp Ma% or Hardie will howl the first wood on tho new bowling green which lias been prepared- by the.. Lcthbridge Bowling club m the south-cast cornel of Gait Gardens Eierj man in tho cit) who has a pair of bowls is re- quested to be on hand that night and join in an open game. There are scores of men onh too anxious to start in11us-_great outdoor pastime, an3 it is ujT to the "old-timers" to get out night and show them how the game is Curlers will fnid this sport greatlj to their along the lad- ies anil-be .aminterested spectator at the openiiig.'game; 12 don't think it is strong enough to it. us.' Of .course, Bender and i Baltimore Buffalo Kansas Cltr Moore, Moran and Blair Cullop and Easterly "Stone; Plank must deliver, if :we are to win again. But you will notice that my teo veterans are rouniiug into shape- with the coming of wea- ther. They'll be ready to pitch in turn in a few weeks. The ra.ce has just begun. Why should I worry at this early WHO'S HOON DOOXDALE GREYS AB. Ii. F. Jackson, ss............. Douglas, 2h.................. H. Mckenzie, Ib........... W. Jackson, If. Long, c................... J. Nolan, cf................. Queckboerner, p. Terriff, Thiel, rf....................... The- Greys lead "the league with a thousand percent-. NATIONALS' PITCHERS WILL WIN Critics Sav Chances Will Depend on Work of Twirlers They say it will he pitching on which the National league pennant must finally be decided. McGraw is better equipped than, Clark in hurl- ing. New York has the "Big Mathewson, Marquard, Tesreau and Seattle, Wash., June wlth .ri'.ie.r D. E. Dugdale of the Seattle North-1 western league club today received the following telegram from August Herrmann of the Cincinnati Nation- als, concerning the sale of Pete Schneider, the star Seattle pitcher, who signed with Cincinnati on Thurs- day night: Federals wire U3 Schneid- er- contracted with them and accepted advance money and requests that we keep hands It was Jearned today that which Schneider attempted to return to'Chicago, was refused by the tele- graph company, a.nd is sow in Dug- fljde'a handa. Art So far" Pittsburg has iad first-class pitching from but two men, McQuillan and Adams. Robin- son, a sood southpaw, is now with the Cardinals; Hendrix has shipped to the .Federals and Harmon and Con- ii have shown nothing to speak of. CATARRH or BLADDER LteMh STOP BASEBALL GAMBLING Pacific Coatt League will Make Fight Against Practice San Francisco, Cal., June S. The Pacific Coast Baseball league will make a test case1, of tho arrest of George Schmnllan, a cigar dealer, yes- terday on. a .gambling charge, to de- termine whether a stop can be put to boqkmaking on the games played. 'President A. T. Bauni day that a special prosecutor had been retained by the league to try the case, and on the outcome 'would depend the league's future actlvltle In tho matter of gambling game, obliterating the 3 10 1 273 Keupper, Wil- Wilhelm, Jacklltscli Falkenberg and Raridcn. i Pittsburg ......J... St. Louis Walker and Berry lett and Hartley. INTERNATIONAL Torbnto 3. BuDalo 4, Montreal T. Providence 1, Newark 2. Jersey City 2, Baltimore 3. AM. ASSOCIATION St Paul 2, Minneapolis -1. Kansas City 2, Milwaukee 9. NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 3, Tacoma 1. Seattle 0, Spokane 4. W. S. HOON Should you ask a "gun bug" "Who's Boon in you would be told that he is a Jewe'.l, Iowa, print- er who knows the game of clay nigeon shooting as thoroughly as he under- stands his that Is going some, Shooting against a field ot more than four hundred, "Billy" won tho 1912 Preliminary Grand American Handicap, ill Springfield, 111. He also. tle.1 on the Nations! Amaiwir Cham- pionship, with a score of 102 out of 200, losing In the shoot-off by a single target. Out of 3250 tagets shot at in regis- tered tournaments in 1912, Hoon verlzed 30fi8. An average ot .0-110 per cent, was not so bad, what? Five century runs In and an average of .9410 or 6040 clay skimmers broken out of a total of 0125 shot in registered tournaments, shows" that Moon Is both a consistent and a per- sistent shooter. CAME UP FROM BEHIND Medicine Hat, June 8. Medicine Hgt, coming up from behind with a fierce batting rally in the eighth, batted out nine runs and won from Moose Jaw by H to 8..Martin was hit hard hy the. Millers, vrhilc until, the fatal eighth Concannon held the localb down in fairly gootl shape. There were many fielding sensations, while numerous swats and daring base running kept the fans alive. Moose Jaw...................... 8 12 2 Medicine Hat ..................14 16 Concannon, Jarrott, Harrah and Wally Martin, Lind and Bliss. THE POOR BRONKS Calgary, June Uronks the ninth straight .when the Red Sox heat them out in 'a slow six-inning contest. The Hronks are badly crip- pled with Thompson, Reynolds and LEAGUE v SHAMROCK VIV. ALL RIGHT f, NATIONAL L Pot New 2 U I-11 Cincinnati M 617 Plttshu't 23 18 561 Chicago Brookhn St Louis w> 1o8 Philadelphia 18 13 28 England, June 9. Shamrock. Thomas Lipton's new challenger show- ed excellent form today in her first race sailed in the Solent. She outpaced older "Sham- rock, leaving the- trial jacht far astern: 6 AMERICAN W. L. Pet. Philadelphia M Washington 27 18 .60p Detroit 28 20 .aW St Louis 21 21 .D33 Bnston 22 22 .500 21 25 .467; New York 17 2u .Wo. Cleveland 14 31. HERE TONIGHT Don't overlook 'the Shamrocks-Overseas contest at the ball park to-night: 'Thtie- teanit will be well-matched and the result should be close. >-JUNIOR 'LEAGUE TONIGHT St. Cyprian's -Church Junior Girls' team of basketba'ilers meet the St. Mary's girls in a Sunday school league contest this evening at on the latler's ground in North Leth-bridge. NORTH "LETHBRItiBE UNITED F.C. The following team has been selected to represent the above dub in their game with the Sons oE England next Thursday evening: Dunlop; Frier .and Ness; liryce, White. and .Beverldge, A. Ten-nant, 'J. Tennant, Albert Gurr and Clayton. -Reserves: Rameay and Kennedy. Players strip at. the Ball Park at 6.45. Kick.off at ,7.00 p.m. "WESTERN CANADA W. L. Pet. Saskatoon 23 7 .766 Moose Jaw I" 11" Kcgina 13 H -481 Medicine Hat 15 17 .469 Edmonton 13 18 -410 Calgary- 13 20 BANTAMS FIGHT Los Angeles, Cal., June With one of the fastest battles in months in prospect and the bantam-weight title at stake, Johnnie Coulon, the bantam-weight champion, and "Kid" Williams, of Baltimore, arc fit and ready lor their 20 round-contest tonight at Vernon. For the first time in the local history of nosing the principals will weigh in full sight of all attending, after they enter the ring about 9.30 p. m. The lighters are under forfeit lo weigh 116 pounds when the fight BURNS SMELLS ODOR. OF OIL FROM CALGARY IN. ANTIPODES Tommy Burns is anxious to returnto 1 ff PETE SCHNEIDER TO Causes Consternation in Buck- an Agent of Suffragettes June Pike, who, yesterday startled the authorities and the'public bv Buckingham Palace, is not a suffragette agent, cording to tUc attorney at tion who appeared against him at Boiv St police court The man who clamboreri over the ten foot spiked wall which surrounds the ace grounds and eluded sentinels po- lice guards and s servants, did si) the inlluence of drink and; without am, ulterior object, said the Aftei overcoming all the ob- stacles and evading: the watchers, Pike strolled about for a long time in_ the interior oLthe ivluUi he explored from -basement tp sixth floor. It was onlv wlien lie 'entered an occupied room that he..'.was'-disr covered and arrested. He had changed his'Clothing, in-'one of tlie cliambers for a suit belonging to a servant as lit had ;torn and soiled his own clothes in climbing the wall and crawling'across tlie grounds. The magistrate remanded the pris- oner for a week for further inquiry. Pike today issued a large written statement, giving details of his waiir derings and adventures in.the Palace: He mentioned that liis wife was in America and that he hat! been, drink- ing ever since she left England, Ha is an automobile mechanic. HAS NEW WESTMINSTER BANK STOLEN COIN Toronto, Qnt., June J. Matthew on whom was found a part of the money that was stolen in the seJi- satlona! bank robbery at Xew West- minster, was today remanded for one 'week without plea or election and. the Crown refused ball. Pete Schneider, the. idol of Aiberii, 'ind have an opportunity to i become inoculated with the oil bug. J.. E. Churchwe'il, representing the the Medicine Hat fans last Robin Hood flour-mills of Calgary, Is year, 'this season with. Seattle, has signed a contract to play for" Cincinnati in the National. He had already accepted ?300 from the Chicago Federals, when McCloskey outbid them. Peter returned the money and went to Cincinnati. ff tf Stricb'all out of the game. Retina.............................. 882 Jnljrary.......................... 5 83 Nottorft, Rhode and Sinnett; Roth, Ball, Baptislc and Jones. No game at Edmonton, rain. 6 LIPTON TO BUILD BOAT FOR PANAMA RACES Sir Thomas Upton has placed an orj der with Charles Nicholson for a 12- meter'racing yacht, to compete in the Panama-Pacific exposition regatta. BAYLEY TO MEtT WINNER Johnny O'Lenry and Frenchy Vnlse are billed-to fight at the Brlghpiise arena, Vancouver, In a connlo of time. Joe Dayioy will likely moot tho ARE Ai-L LAitQc.. NEW, FAST SERVICE ABSOLUTELY HIGH GRADE. RATES THE VERY LOWEST OBTAINABLE. Sailings from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday. Tickets for your friends In Europe can be purchased from any Hallway or Stoamshlp Apcnt, The Ideal Way lo the Continent H E LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main Street Winnipeg In the today.. He'.ls a great per- sonal friend of Tommy's, and he re- ceived ii letter from tho deal) toy just the other .day from Australia., Burns says that 'lie will be back about the middle of August, and from the tone of his communication, ho Is liable to bring home, some new'material with him. FIXTURES FOR INTERNATIONAL PONY POLO CONTEST New York, NT., June date for the second polo game -between the (English and American teams was an- nounced itoday asrSTuesday, June 1C. Should a -.third .contest, be necessary, it will place on Sat- urday, Juiio 20. Captain Cheapo, Whose injuries caused'the postpone- ment of. the first- same scheduled for today, until .next Saturday, Is expected to enter practice not later than Thurs- day. WESTINGHOUSE FACTORIES CLOSED DOWN TODAY Pittsburg, Pa., June' in on every side by pickets, the great plant of the Westinghonse Electric Manufacturing Co. was. closed to- night. 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