Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1915 THE LETHBRIDCE DAILY PAGB Knox Beat North Lethbridge by One Run-Pitchers' Battle Between Sang and Gillis-Close Game Fiom btart to 4 to 3 'The science of baseball has seldom ten more expertly demonstrated by amateurs in l.ctlibndge than was the case last night at the Athletic paiU. Knox defeated North Lethbndge by four runs to three. Bert Sang was on the mound for the winners and pitched airtight baseball. His.sup- port was good, though not perfect. Opposing Sang was Joe Giilis. Joi, was in fine form too, but not given as good support as Sang and the result was as it should have been. The playing ol Livingstone at short lor Knox stood out in relief. He ac- cepted four chances out of five and they M'erc not easy ones. Jimmy Campbell was also a noticeable fig- ure in the game, both at the hat and Us all singled cleanly in a row hut only one run resulted, Vasclonak mak- ing the grade successfully.' Knox vas again lueky to hold the lead in the ninth and only came within an ace of not carrying oft the honors.' Hammond made irst 011- boot at short. Dunswortli [annul, fiord got ,on oa a fielder's choice, got on on a IIUIIK.-I but was forced out at second J Gillis put u roller to short, but Hammond came in from third on the play and made the score stand to 3. Thereafter .T. Turcotte got apabs and with two men on bases L. 1 ur- rotte camo to bat and whined, retir- ing the side and ending tho game NATIONAL UL'15 111 UlG on the field for the winners. Bond upheld Sang behind the bat but. his pegging to second was weak. Until masters that department in 'ijaclistopping his opponents will al- ways run wild on the bases, fatal- ford, the Northsidc catcher, has a good whip and shapes up well in gcn- Sral behind the hat, but twice he dropped the third strike last night, having to throw the batters out at nUt' LOSERS SCORE FIRST North Lethbridge was the first to score T. Tureot-te secured a walk, stole around to third and came in on a wild -pitch by Sang. Knox in their half of the third scored two on two walks, a pass ball, a two-base hit by Campbell, an error at short and a. scratch hit by Bond, Sang and Camp- bell scoring. When Bond made first on his scratch with the next ball proceeded to take second with this base ami third base occu- pied. He was put out and the side Scratch hits by Campbell and McPhce and a dean single by John- son brought in another run for Knox in the fifth, and a two-base hit by Williams in the eighth brought in Sang, who got on through a bad miss at second., Sang .going around to third when the ball went through L. and rolled into, deep right That was the last run for IN A HOLE Sane got out of a tight hole in the Bixth. Vasolenak, Taylor and C. Gil- ls'. Lethbridge. T. Turcotte, Ib. L. Turcotte, 2b. Vaselenak, rf. .Taylor, 3b. C. GilliK, If........ Hammond, ss...... )unsworth, cf. Stafford, c. J. Gillis, p. AD.IUI.I'O.A.E. Knox Williams, rf...... Campbell, 3b. McPhce, 2b....... Johnson, if...... Bond, Nelson, cf........ Livingstone, ss. Hansch, Ib...... Sang, p............ Turcotte and rolledjnto centre. Knox. 35 52-1 3 G AB.R.H.PO.A.E. W. 3i 3i in 22 :20 22 21 .22 2-1 Chicago Philadelphia Boston Brooklyn St. l.ouis PittsburR Nen- York Cincinnati Boston Cincinnati Rudolph and Whaling, Gowilj nelder, Brenton and Clark. i'ct. 18 .571 TIGHT RACE BOTH XATlONAIi A.VD AJfKH- IOAN LKAUUKH SEE 'EX- CITING 'NCI-IT FOR LEADERSHIP New York, N.Y., June ing up ot thi) races in both the Nation- al and American leagues was the fea- ture of the past week's play. itoth. the Chicago leaniB luudo a rather poor showing, the Nationals being threaten- ed leadership by I'hlladclphla, while Brooklyn was dose behind. The Chicago Americans were being pressed by Detroit, while Jiostou was playing consistent ball. Not only was Ty uohb leading the American league in tatting, stolen bases and runs scored, but he was ag- ain 'and again doing something to pull out a victory for iJetrolt. The New York Americans after promising start have won only two ot .624 .170 .147 their lust thirteen while Wash- 2 0 Sch- New York 912 Chicago................. T Marciiianl and Meyers, Smith; Lav- ender, Strandridge and Archer. Brooklyn................ 3 Smith and McCarty; McQuillan and Gibson. Philadelphia.. St. Louis L. UUUIO............... Mayer and Burns; Griner, bailee and Snyder. 37 4 10 27 12 Summary Two-base, hits, Wil- liams and Campbell base on balls, oil Sang, T. Turcotto 2, Vaselenak, Dunsworth off Gillis, McPliee Sang; struck out by Sang 8 by Oillis wild pitch, Sang; muffed third strike 2; 'stolen bases, Camp- bell 2 Johnson, Bond, T. Turcotto 3 L Turcotte 3, C. Gillis 1, Ham- mond 2, Stafford 2, Gillis 3 earned runs North Lethbridge 1; left on bases, Knox 6, North Lethbridge 8. Time of game, 1.30. Umpire, T. Ev- 582 180 AMERICAN Detroit New York 20 Washington 1J Cleveland St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit..... New York ington, St. Louis and Philadelphia are not showing Improvement, so that the race in the American league at pre- sent seems to be between Chicago and Detroit. The National league race is growing tighter every day, with New York, though trailing, yet having a good chance. The most notable pro- rress of the week was made by Brook- fyn, which team won five out of eight. Boston failed to do anything to im- prove their standing during the week, closing their at home slay weakly. Philadelphia failed to take advan- tage ot their indifferent play, which explains why the Quakers are still in second place. St. Louis, Pittsburg and Cincinnati are close together, with changes in their relative standing pos- sible'in the jSay of a day or two. The Federal league race continues close among six ot the eight teams, with repeated shifts in the lead. Chi- cago has slumped rapidly, while Kan- sas City, SI. Louis and Pittsburg are fighting in the top division. CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE and JlcKee; Caldwell and Sweeney. 2 S 4 Philadelphia 5 Milton, Perry, Loudermilk and Agnew; Bressler and Lapp. Cleveland Washington asng Coamhe. Jones and O'Neill; Ayres and Henry. fUY-NBBIK MATCH A football game that is bound to at- Iract a crowd is scheduled for tomor- row evening at the Athletic Park: North'Lethbridge United versus the Callies. The Uniteds always have giv- en a good account of themselves, and B large and enthusiastic following is expected to cross the tracks to cheer the boys on to victory. The Callles, smarting under the defeat handed them by the S.O.E. recently, will be out in their best 'bib and tucker, pre- jiared to do or die. Here is the North Lethbridge line- jup for'the game: i Wliyte, Holberton, -Hewitt, Dunlop, Holland; Breeze, Simm, New- man, J. Tennant, Campbell, Seatnan, evening: -Moodle and'T. Tennant. 8 3 S 0 Chicago Boston 48 i> 11 os Benz, Scott and Sclialk; Mays and Thomas. night the first lawn bowling match games of the season were play- ed1 between two rinks from the Em- pire club and two from the -Leth- bridge Bowling dub oh the latter's grounds on Oa'it Gardens. Two well played games, every end full, of excitement, and players and specta? tors were kept interested for nearly two hours. The scores arcs given nelow, and the. Empire qlub promise to turn the ta- bles when they meet the rinks skip- ped by Dr. ilarrs, and the clerk of the Gait club, on their own green Friday FEDERAL W. L. Pot. Kansas City 27 25 Newark 23 Brooklyn........................ 24 Chicago 21 19 W 19 21 21 .500 _. .385 30 .348 16 0 St. Louis Baltimore Buffalo St. Louis Kansas City............ 5 8 b Oroome, Watson and Hartley; Main and Easterly. Baltimore Brooklyn Bailey and Jacltlltsch; Lafltte and Land. INTERNATIONAL ooe Players are reauested to be at the ipark at S.30 prompt. The 'Callies' _ line-up was published (ATKINSON REVOLVER CHAMPION Armstrong Win. Pistol Titli cords Made Re- Lethbridge Club Empire Club 1C D. Johnson, 18 W. S. Shover, 10. 3ugh Scott, 'is J. Marnoch, 13 JUNIOR LEAGUE BASEBALL There will be a S. S. league .game tomorrow evening at the barracks, be- tween Wesley and- Knoi Juniors. Game starts at 1 o-clocii. Players are re- to bring their attendance nuested cards.' Now York, N.Y., June jn the United States Revolver associa- tion indoor championship tournament, i held throughout the United States and Panama Canal zone, are announced by the secretary of the association as fol- -Target revolver, D. A. Atkinson, Fittsb.ure; 475; target pistol, George (Armstrong, Berkeley, Cal., 478; pock- revolver, J. H. Snook, Columbus, Ohio 214; novice match, G. E. Kim-' 237; police team Batch, Portland, Ore., team, 776. New records were established by-At- kinson in tho target revolver match, Tilth 475 out ot a possible. 600, and Snook in the pocket revolver cham- pionship, with 214 out of a 160. In .the novice the.first four marksmen all bettered the pre- vious record of 231, with Kimball'Iead- Ing with 237. JUNIOR FOOTBALL Westminster and St. Andrew's jun lor football teams are scheduled to play a S. S.Jeague-match tomorrow evening at 7 "o'clock. 3 10 5 Buffalo Providence Richmond Montreal Rochester Toronto......................... Jersey City L. Pot. Differ on Methods -'1 thereiore respectfully tender my resignation, to take eltect when the note is unless you prefer an earlier hour. Alike desirous of reach- ing a peaceful solution of the prob- lems arising out of the use of sub- marines against merchantmen, we Imil ourselves differing irreconcilably as to the methods which should he "em- ployed. "it falls to your lot to speak offi- cially for the. 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