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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE liETHBKIBGE DAILY HKRALD Tuesdny, .TimelO. J9U. i i! 'iMfc'li urn MCA BE LOSI IN M'lAUGHLIN OF tSriilianl Playing of Californian Too Much for Australians in Davis Tennis Cup Matches TO BE HEtD AT SPOKANE THIS MONTH SOME OF THE ENTRIES York, Juce the Turf courts of. ihe Side Tenols club today, Maurice E. McLaughlln of Cal- ifornia, de.'eaici5 Stanley K. Uoust, of Australia in straight by scores C to G M 4; 6 to 3; R. X. tecond, >roa from Kicel l 10 6; to C; fi tol; 3 to 7; C to 2, (.has in favor o! tto U. S. The preliminary tje for the Davfs cjp, ihe world's tennis ,-ii'iKfr JlcLo'jehlm's victory oter came first, tbe Califorman rac- quet viewer gels the boaor of de- ciding the ciatcb. When tbe rival placers resumed (he tattle on the turf court surrounded by a gallery of spectators, ihe score 2 to 1, in favor o! the fi_ teara. MtLouehlla STuag Into Ms a2d masterful play al oacs end although the invading team cap- tain fought bick gamely, the o-Jtcome not Iocs lek in doabt. Unable lo handle tbe terrific sen Ice and re- turns of the LL 3. champion, the An- tipodean was gradually ivora dovn SF ol. J cne 1 Crack milt arilstE from all yam of the N'ortb west and as far cast as Jlontrwl beea enlereJ in the Us amateur Ir IDS arfi meet to be UeM lu Svokane Juce IS au-1 13 ia coaaectfon vith the pow under direction, of CItco Tbe evtfais wlU be pulled o3 at the slate which is to seat the LHHBRIDGE Wheeler and Peters Engage in Pitchers' was 7 to 5 rucnfag from ihs ring tide to ihe Tho dhision be featured oa both nights of the bis meet as the slar attraction. Laurence Madden, the husky Portland i-olicc- man, and champion of the P.K.A., will te matched against Tom Burke, ttie Spukano blacksmUb, atr.oag other events in this class. The are evenly matched, both earning a punch either band, and both have won through the tnocfcout route. Canadian Contribution Canada Is secdics on 8 pair ot champ's in the persons of Chester French, holder ol the Canadian teur title at 125 pounds, and Willis Jackson, winner of the 145-pound field at the Montreal tourney. Doth will wear the colors of the Montreal cJub. Seattle Is sending a bis string of scrappers, that city having eoncentrat- and on the detersive in the final games of each set. Williatafi, and Hacketl tail ou the Baltic Thursday for England acco m p fay th e tralian. players. The Americans Trill play the all-England champions at England, beginning June 23rd, W, F. Johnson, the fourth member of the team sails tomorrow. Al- though the Australians have been eliminated from further competition ID the Davis Cup jaatches, they VsrUeipale in the English champcm- ehtps both In singles and doubles. The contests Trill te played late this znocth. U, S, Meets Germany New York, June United States tennis team won its right to jilay Germany in the second round of tbe Davis international Cup by de- feating the Australian combination this afternoon in the fourth miteh of the series. MdLoughlin, 'by heating Stanley H. Dousl, In the third of the Eingle matches In (faree straight sets clinch- ed Ihe victory In tbe of Friday. _ Tbe score was C-J, fM, 6-2. This" gave A the United States, tbree ont of four slnffe matches, and Australia the cue double match. ed its efforts on the ug meet In an endeavor to seed over from the coast tfc'e cream of the mitt boys. those tcentionedi, clubs In Portland, Vancouver, Victoria, Butte aufl Tacoraa are sending entries, it be- ing expected tbat tno total number of fighters will reach forty. This will mate the biggest and best raeei ever staged fa the PaciSc Northwest Six ounce gloves are to be used, and N. A. rulings will govern tbe milts. Reports from the various training camps the boxers are all up on their toes, and are leaving no stone unturned to put up a cbaaap: sblp exhibition. Nothing Ntw The the elephant going on a hunger EtriVe? The sae says she is ercuEloraed to eat her r.oEe, any- Xew York Sun. New June land versus America, championship tf suits Score afc end of first period England, no goals America 3 goals- Score at end of second ptr- iod England, 1 goal; Atner- 141 ica, A goals. Score at the cnl of the third period i goal; Am- LEAGL'K STANDING W. L. Lethoridgf.............. 5 1 Macleod.................. 3 J Warner 1 5 P.C. .533 .503 1167 CLARA PAUL BEAT BILLY SIMS TO IT LOCAL HORSES MAKE COME-BACK (Special to the Hacked, AlU June three hundred odd iaLs turned out to the baM park last night treated to one of the most stubbornly ecu- tested eanics In tbe bUloty of Mac- leod, Letbbridge sycurM iha. long ecd of a 7-5 score after a tsn j innings' battle. The weather was not very to fast pUyins, rnin most ot the time, acd the last five it K-as impos- sible lor ihe outfielders to sec the ball on account of darkness. The game, however, was very exciting and close anti very deter plays were made ou either side. TVheeler, for Lethbridge, and Peters for 5Iacle-od, pitched very good ball, but were given poor sup- port in tbe outf.elrt. Latinier at short for Macleod, was the star o! the ev- ening. The teams were: catcher er, Grew Ib.; J. Moore, 2b. G. 3Ioore, 3b.; Carnpbell, ss-: Diion, cf.; and Evans, rf. McCatUr, catcher Pet- ers, pitcher; Foster, Ib-; Ftelds, 3b.; 3fa.; Latuner, ss-; Murphy, left; Olsen, centre anfi Derder, right. Time ol gamr, 2 hours. Geo. iloore, third bag guardiaa, tbe show ia the Litting department ot the vis- itots. In the eichth he cracked out a home run asd with Ivro Een on in the tenth he cracked out a two-has? hit, bringing'in two runs. Lethbndge little expected to win (he game. came up short-h.iflti- ed, but as is often the case in base- ball a dtfierenl line-up have proven a loser, even though reputed better. Saskctoon, June excel- lent card was nresealei by the Sas- katoon Turf Club for tii? second day or Iheir meeting. The attend- ance vvas large aud the betting. spirited. The feature of the day tbe con- teat between CLira P.iul and Billy Sims ia the first race, the pace and trot for a purse of Each auimal woo two heats but fifth heat and the race went to CJara Paul. Flltterfoot, a local who performed miserably Saiurclay, given a grasd rJde by Jockey Ucl- gersou In the fourth rice, a tlx Joag dash, and a walk Ath- abascan, gnother local peiformpr, who sd to get the money in the open- day, showed a reversal of forci and copjied. the fifih race, also a eir furlong dasn.- The meeting closers vriifi tomorrow afternoon's program. Sumnrary: 2' H pace, trot, Ferguson Stakes Paul Billy Sims second, Bfnter's Daushter (htrd. Overall opened for Chicago and pilch- ed only four falls, two balls and two strifcfs. Overall, in the last ball Drenched his back retired- Mat lieu son. quit the gau'.e to allow Jim Thorpe, the Indiju ath- ete, lo bat for Imu iii tfcc 9th. made a single. erall. Compensation envy MUs Playne. She plays so well that one forgets how she loo a5. you look so welt that one forBets( how you play. London Opinion. BASEBALL TABLES Free for McKenny. first; third. Fern Hall second. Dr. B. P. Time Half mile Wells won; Little Billj Second; Mer- atta third. Time :fiiU acd :60 3-5. furlongs Rehearsal Moss'Hose, third. Time Sii won Henry third. Time Matinee race, hklf second; -5am Jlank, mile heats Myrtle D. Douglas" F. second; Little Jloaa third. Tirce and How Mary Mrs. not find me difficult to suit, Mary (the sure not ma'am. I saw your husband as I ca In, ma'am." WESTERN CANADA 'LEAGUE G1AMES Regina Snider Burke. erica, -U goah. Philadelphia 28 York Chicago Pittshurg St. Louis Boston Cincinnati International W. L. P.O. Newark 23 18 BuRato 27 11 Hochcster..........: 27 21 Providence............... 22 32 jUaHimore 21 (Toronto 19 Look through the smoke-rings Montreal Jcrsty City icentcd nland ol the through the bke-whiw rings of imoVe, Uither vision bejor.d the momett'i petiy ar.My. thanlt Cuta'i for if.e at tl-.c future things yoy jte. The from Northwestern Vancouver 31 22 .585 Eaatatooo, Clear Havanas Western Canada Jar; Calgary Medicine Hat Kdmonton Kfgina W.-R.- Webster Compsny, Limited Canada TIE AT MEDICINE HAT Rc-gina, June and Medi- cine Hat nine fast innings witVoul a decision tonight, the game beisg called at the end of regula tion period with the score a 2 to 2, Both nankin and Snider twirled good ball, and were veil supported. The Ecore: Medicine Hat.......... 2 GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National GAVE THOUHR A TASTE Chicago. Jutic 9 York batted Chicago pilcltrs all over the fceM oday, and evened up the scries by vinning the EL-CO cd ganie, 11 to 3. was on the mound or the visitors, was in fice focm> d although touched for seven hits pulled himsolt out ot the The was Pitcher 'ew Vork 11 3 Malhcwson, Wiltse and Meyers; Ov- Liefield, l.aveuder and A HUM-DUMB GAME Fittsburg, June Brcoilyn scar- ed six rutis off Addins in the ninth nning this altcrr.oon ar.d won the inosi ivrekhcd game ot baseball se-en oa Kothes1 Field iti many a day. Both teams played 'poorly, al- :hough PiUslurg's did not show so badly ia the error columo. three different batUiies. ilobinson, ol Pitlsburg, was haanner- cd out in three inclngs and Adams, who up the pilcMag, to iave things jll his own Adams1 .riplc and doable, nr.d his two ruas were resppusihle for the locals re- gaining the lead. irooklyn 9 n 7 10 Ragen, Ourtii ar.d Milter, aud Kr- and Fisher; iimon. Adams and LOTS IllTllNCr St. Louis, Jur.e Ilauser in the game at short St. I.ouis defeat- ed Huston 12 to D in a free hitting game. Three, visiting pftccers wcie driven from the box. Saltee was hit SeiclenbecKetLedJ.H.CYoulh- fu! Stalwarts to Victory Last Night In one most lutly jiulled ufl iu the city baseball i. C. defeated the Y. ji c.A. tost night at tall park American UlGULANUr.HS WI.V AGAIN1 New York, Juue N'ew York American league still U to 11. The win a nolablc tic over their of for, the I.H-U. in cimsideratiun debited Chicago today I to l.joJ (lie fact tlmt they had a number Tl.e UiglilacUers by buiKbiug in- pr junior leaguers Watering up the field bits o2 Cicotte in tl-c 5Ui. KorJJteam iu the absence ot at least fivo was bit tiard in spots, hut good port uullcd hitu out ol several tiijhfc places. ClllciKO............. Xew York........... Cicotle, Vk'blte, aud SchalU; Kiftrd and Sweecejr. ol their heavyweights. Dav- T1UKHS TO WIN' Washington, June ex- celled in ctery departmetit and its game Icoui WasUington tetJay 6 to 4, Tf.e visitors, aided by crrais, ar.d Humes' look the lead in the thud toning. Willett liad the locals at liis ir.crcy uatH the siith inning, vben he became, v.jld and fill- ed tbe bases on balls and hit tor a sitiglc. Dub'ut relieved him and held Dixon, Ilut'.-bisou, Mooto .losli Mooic. Tu 1'aul Heiden- 1 1 2'beiher is comitsg the greatest of tbu 4 S h.oi.ors of Paul pitched tho best pact of the game aud held the together In masterly iuan- uei anil Jt the bat he tore tho cover ofi the ball. 11 was really a game In tl.c "Y" versus Seldenbecher. Although hit haitl at times Seiileu- had some of the ters at his mercy and Lc Becured H.elr scalp almost as often as they, i faced him. In the sixth r.e forc- ed to retire on account of sore arm in favor of Sang, who proved a good suhstitutc. Charlton pitched lor the had trouble locating the plate lie, at tho game sale. Cohb and hit 1 Periods throughout the game, which home runs. otlfa a arid n in n into Iroublo at critical mom- Detrolt Washington C 10 Q 4 WJIletl, Dubuc and SIcKee; Hughes, Gallla.nnd Henry, KALKESBF.nO CONSOLED ents. The pitchers lilt hard at stagea, though Sang in his short session in thr had the op- position batters almost silenced in the gathering darkness with Ms speed. t Seidenbecher and Rang were tl.2 .lirjiy hitters I-or the whilo. Hoston, June 9. Kalkcchcrg's'stcu-art wlialcd hall out string of ten consecutive ua bases for tho dclcated conibins- was ended by the lied today, Cleveland being oeaten 4 to 1. The score vias 2 to 1, vbtn FalVcnbrrg was taken out in the Jth to 'allow Lapie to bat for him. Hut (be elon- gated twiiler had some a despatch from Washington ar.nounc- iag (be arrival ol a son. Bosloj grouped its hits ofi KalVcn- berg and SlilcJieil, and a' wild pilch by each assisted the local run-fict- tfcg. The Clevelands were urable to lunch bits oil JJedifni. fiard but up when th? were full- Salfee ojicaeil the sii'th in- a homer iato tfcc right field bleachers. Boston................. 6 10 1 St. 35 12 2 Perdue, James, Noyes, Strand and Randan; Sallee and McLean. HEDS BADLY flKATEX June had Cincinnati compfetely at his mercy today and as a result Philadelphia 10 to 1- Crcanan allowed four hits and kept Cincinnati runtess un- til the ninth. Philadelphia............1013 2 Cinciunati 1 a 2 Brennan and KUllfer; Ames, llarter, Nelson and Clarke. Cleveland 1 S 1 oEtou 4 7 .1 Falkenberg, Mitchell 'and Carlscti; Deaient and Carrlgan. BEXDBR IN OLD KOKM Philadelphia, June pitch- ed a great game today and Philadel- phia won 5 to 0. St. t.ouis secured tion. It was 3 nip and tuck game. The "Y" scored three in the first innings on a piece o! loose playing and some free liittipg The I. H. C. made in their half on Seidenbecher's triple, with two ou. There uere no runs in the second. In the third the "Y" made four tallies and the I.H.C. two, making the score 7 to 4 in favor ol the The two innings the "Y" failed to score and. the I. H. C. got two more and the score stood C to 7. There verc no scores in the filth. In the sixth'the "Y" gathered another''four runs'and tlieir' oppon-' cuts thros. The seventh and last in- nings the was si-ll to the good, now by two but the 1. H. C. came in and ran up tivo runs in the lead in last Inlf o! the fr.nings and ivith tde game lost' and r.o both nud innings on never had a chance to score. Hamil- ton was eJIecUve for three innings. la the fourth scortri the first run, with a dche over, the right field fence. PbiUdeJpD'a 5 11 2 St. horls Oi 2 Bender ind Sehang; Hamilton and Agnew, McAllater. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES 5 1 S 2 and Bliss; Kankln and ESKIMOS HAVK iKEW L1FR Calgary, June Eskimos: seemed to take a new lease on life last eight, they opened the ser- ies with the llronkt tcdaj, iand prov- ed siTor.g in every department, vas greeted wltti a lua- ilafie of hUs, Moran and Uedilclt, tbe first two men up getting homers. Hed. another four-baser In Iho sec- nnlr.s. neose Us left-bander, bul nag not given good aunport Clarion waa hit freely, but was given splendid backing by his teanvmates, Redmond, who nas been out of tbe New York 11 31 .2U1sanie Btnce tilc lasl CalgaTy-Edmonton s-as back In the game today. The score; 10 13 2 Catearr............... 3 10 4 Clayton rind Stark; right, Heese and Koclic. International LEAFS SHOT OUT Toronto, June 9- Montreal rcon the first game of the series today, 5 to 0. Southi-aw McUraynor in rare for rafor the Hoyals, and only five of the readied first, two on passes, and one by a crack on the rlba. Three errors in the Royals' sixth by the Leafs enabled Iho visi- tors to cinch the game when thpy gcorcd mns. Montreal 570 Toroiito 0 3 3 McGraynor and Madden; Hcarnp, Gouilat and Providence Jersey CUy Cltne and Blaln, Kosher; Mcllale 2 0 7 0 nml N'evrark.......... Danforth and b'gan; Jl.'gglas. 1 2 0 AtchlEon and KlxBVHSTH FOH QUAKERS Jun-a three thousand people ea.w Dill Hurley's Quakers take the Moose Jaw Rohln Ifco'le Into camp (Tils afternoon, 0 to 5, 7hl3 .naVes the eleventh coneetuffte victory. They have lost only one game In the last 21 played Assnciation Minneapolis 7 13 1 Kansas City 4 3 Vaughn and O'Connor; Olmstcart ,nd Owens. Toledo Uaskctte and Devoet; Powell nniS Colttrnbus 9 11 7- 7 Lied acd Clark; Daiia and St. Paul..... .Milwaukee Kargtr and 2 U 4 9 Jllller; Cutting and Northwestern Vancouver a, Portland 2. Spokane 1, Taconia 0." Other jamc nostpor.c'l. Canadian Hamilton -1, St. Thomas 3. Urant- ford S, Ucrlin 1, London 3 I'clcrboro 6. account of tbe darkness the (IY" the I. 11. C. the victory. San; the u-Inning run in trio last tiiifngs, uhen with tnx> don'n ar.d :ft'u' on the bases he hit to cxtrctno rigbt for'three bases. H. 3b.; Sanj, ss., Scidenbecher, p., Bond, c.; Uwbcrsetzig, rf.; Switrcr, Ib.; Gum- ming, 11.; Murray, 2b.; -McCarty, cf. 3b.; Nichol- son, Ib; Brandow, c.; Krcy, rf.; Stewart, rf.; Cameron, 2fo.; Williams if., Archer, ss.; Cbarlton, p. The score: (i. II. E I. H. C........2022034-13 14 (1 Y. M. C. A.......301 001 0-11 10 t, NOTICES WESTMINSTER The Westminster F.C. CLUB senior football team for tomorrow night's 'game with SI. Andrew's, will be: I.ackcnbv, Worlhlnglon, Hugh Hcllvena, Martin, Clayton, Morgan, H. Mcllvena, Me- Wblnuie, Simm, Gurr anil McPhar- lantl, at Wostmlister at 6.30. ST. TEAM Following Is. Hie St. Andrew's lino up lor their gamo with the Westmin- ster tocccr team, nt WCFlmlnster gro'incls, at 5.4ii toir.orrov; nlgbL. Miller: llallton ami Kess; S'cin- do-llnllon and Bell; Kennedy, Lc.urle, Tcnnant, llasey and Rollo. INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL Ir.o St. Andrew's Intermediates will play the St. Cyprian's Intermediate) on Wednesday evening, at the racks, at 7 o'clock, line-up will be; St. 'i Manning started oo b'Jt the mound for replaced by Churchill In the flftb, with one and. two on. CburcbDI showed great form, and thf visitors only sol three hits oft him. Norlhrup was uo- (toady, and tbe Quakers touched him for fifteen nfeliea. The fielding of both learns was ol a very creditable order, and tlu same was crammed full Scoro: Churchll) antl Nortbrup and o 10 n 15 Walterj; Rochester 22, kt.'l'aul 3. Dululli li, Grand' Forts 13. Superior Winnipeg 3. nnd J. Macdonald; Wlllctts, Kenntuy, MilltT, and Llnnlng. Itcservcs: Ivand, Donald and Hume. Heebe and cjulnn and THE ENGLISH AND BASEBALL Tinker Bewalli Lack of Fan Irleas I Juat lore, the English, says Joe Tinker. Honest, I love- every bone In their heads, year 1 vaudevllUng my schedule led me to Vletorlj, B, a burg Ihat is alrao'.t solidly Inhabited ,by exiled English-men. 1 handed Ihem my baseball urn] never a laugh did I rouso. The harder I tho cold, er they scemod to be, and 1 was almost sick with the frost 1 was scoring, After tho fifth show I spoke lo tho orcUiIra leader. "What'a vrrong I asked. "Don't IhtEe people C6TC tor'KV "Why, old EaM he, "they are well pleated with you, don't you know. 1, rnys-lf, have been Jolly well delighted with your pater, 'pon my word." J nailed, "why don't they laugh? Wby, old chap, we're differ, ect you understand. We don't lawf at a Immediately, y' kr.ow. go-homo arid think It and lawf next ear "Ijycmgo (ho wind bluw.i three out of v.cek." ;