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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS THE LETIIKKIIKIE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, June l'2, I JEFFRIES MAY BE SELECOJEFEREE WOCGAST BUT SLIGHT FAV- ORITE OVER RIVERS IN 4TH JULY MILL CALLIES TASTED BITTER DREGS LAST NIGHT Victims to the Onslaught o! the Overseas in Their Victorious March for City Football Honors Marquard Pitching Giants to Victory Again -H Has Won Twelve Straight Games Todate CALLIES SHUT OUT League Standing Goals P "W L D F A P .....3 2 0 1 ......4013 ,.......3 .012 Overseas Callles S. O.-E. Down went the CalHes by a score of two goals to nothing at the Athletic Park last night before a crowd of over three hundred football enthus- iasts. The Overseas did the trick hut it mirst be admitted .they were lucky in having won the toss, as they had a; stroug gale behind them m the first half of the during which period they made their tallies. It was only after three minutes' play at the opening of the that Joyce head- eti Uie first goa.1 past ilclutyre, who was well watched by the opposition, and nad no possible chance to save. The wind was rather friendly iuclin- ed towards the Overseas, who kept the play at the Callles1 end, and try as they, liked the Scots could make little headway. Not content with their lead of one goal, the Overseas continued to harass the Scots, whose goalkeeper was ag.iin called upon to extend himself, only to be beaten .a Uttlp fatPr deceptive shot from Beinbridge which he could only partially stop. After a series of ex- changes play was transferred to the Overseas end, but the Tbig defence were right on Uie firing lin-e s and saved the situation. The Callies, with determination written on their fates, came right back at Sumner, but lbe> were again driven back. Play. at. this point was not 'by any of means interesting on ac- count of the gale, although the Cal- lies were fighting hard to reduce the lead. It was quite apparent that the Scots were bent on a purely defen- sive ganie, although it. must be con- ceded that in point of combination play they were just a bit better, than their redoubtable .opponents. The of the Scots obviously troubling the Overseas who, how- ever, succeeded in keeping the en- amy at bay. The air tight- defence of .the Scots now beldi the leaders in. check. Just towards the close c-f. this period Knight and Winning shone reaplendently in as nice a piece of football as one could wish to see but their efforts were frustrated by the opposing defence who would not yield one iota. Exciting On resuming the Callies set to work to wipe out the Overseas lead and aftei some spirited play m front of Sumner. Tennaut sent in a light- ning shot which missed by inches. OPPONENTS HAVE AVERAGED 2.5 RUNS AND HITS PER GAME Rube- Marquard pitched the Giants into the National league pennant last season and apparently is out to repeat. to date the gianl left-hander hasten 12 straight games, and lost none. Since, the Qt season manager MeGraw has worked ilar- quard every fourth day, and the man who cost the Giants ?11.GOQ and went two ye.ars- without earning a nickle for tha'.team has fulfilled every pre- diction of the little Napoleon. Christy says Marquurd was useless for two years because he joined the Giants press-agented as the highest priced pitcher on earth, and went to the firing iine hi response to John T. Brush's request and ngainst McGraw's judgment before he wai ripe He lost his first game and with it his confidence and it -required two hard seasons to regain his stride. Marquard started as a semi-pnifes- aional hi Cleveland, Ohio, aa Richard de Marquis He was nicknamed Rube" JIarquard, and it His first notable work was with Indian- apolis, for which team he won the American Association pennant in 1903 and was" sold for the record price as the result. ''Biggest Swindle In Baieba Marquard .was referred as the 'biggest swindle in and lite stock valued oa a par.with a certain yellow product that helped mate -Mes- sina famous. Today Giant fans call him "Richard the Laon Hearted." nst yciu was unbeat- able. He established a league record for strikeouts and shared honors wltli Jiathewson. Now .he has taken the place held by "Big Six" for years in the regard of fandom. Marquar'd's great nsaet .is his "smoke." He has terrific speed which he has learned to control, and with it an "assortment of curve's, such as left- handers only ever seem to acquire. When iMcGraw was being roasted to a nice brown for keeping Marquard he said, "I'll keep'him because I know he is 'there.' Any youngster with the 'stuff' he has needs When he does come ho will be a And Jiarquard has shown McGraw was right. The one-time failure is the great sensation of baseball today. He com- menced right where he left off last fall and has won steadily. He has not pitched any one- or two-hit games nor established any wonderful strikeout records, but nine hits are'the most made off him and but once haa he given more than four bases on balls. Marquard is fortunate in having the Giants play splendid ball behind him. The team hits and steals bases when he is on the mound, as a glance at the statistical table proves. la 11 games NewyYork has made 81 runs for 106 hits and stolen IS bases, while their opponents have made .25' runs for 61 hits. The Overseas -were now having a merry time keeping the Scots out, and excitement amongst the crowd rose to fever-heat, but the gallant and impregnable nature of the Over- seas defence.-kept them out. The Scots could 'not shake the hoodoo rOU' LL find coolness and comfort in these 2 Piece Suits. They are fine English Flannels and Serges. Tailored expressly for hot days light enough to keep you fine enough to make you look your bedt in the new English with natural shoulders. nils McKELVIE McGUIRE. and there was no getting past the opposing defence. Brennan tried Sumner with a burning shot, hut Snmner was right there, and-tipped the ball over the bar .at the expense of a corner, which however proved fruitless. A minute or two later Lin- nmg sent in scorcher but' again the saved aimpst mirac- ulously, Matters "were .now .looking blue for the Callies who fought like ivild men but without success. Thom- son of Oie Overseas after cavorting n mid'Held, beat the opposing for- ward hut it resulted in nothing vrhile later Knight for the Scots shot fast and sure like a rocket, hut he forgot to reckon on Sumner, who saved brilliantly. Linning a few minutes later came along on: the run and shot only missing "a score by a hair's breadth. The Callies fought gaanely and played excellent, football, hut they were beaten by a team which, although not revealing the filler touches of toothall perhaps, just had the happy knack of resisting effect- nelj any attempts on_ the part of its opponents .to and atter all that is what counts. If the Callies had 'won the toss the result would have beon different, but of course you can never tell. At all events it was an interesting game and both teams never let UP until the whistle blew, while the crowd put on the finishing touches by cheering their favorites. The teams were as follows: goal; Bamier- man backs; Ness, Whyte and Brennan, half backs; Knight, Llnnlng, Glon, .Tcnnant and McMur- trie, forwards. 'Horns and Paterson. backs; Cauldwell. Mul- lon and Hallierslon, half backs; Bern- bridge, Thompson, Brciinan, Slmm and Joyce, forwards. J, Gurr acted as referee and kept the players well in hand, while K. Tennant and J; Bannerman made ilclent linesmen respectively .for tho Callies and Overseas. I.os Cal., June U.-Jamisi .1. .leilrics inny he tlio third man in (111! ring witii Ad Wolgasl and JOB HlviTS when this pair of'lightweights battle for the world's title ir. the Vcrnon arena July .-Twin Jol'cs. manager (or Wolgast, and Jou l.cyy, manager jfor Kivcrs, met today with Manager Tom McL'arey ot tho Vcrnon club. "jcHrics was .'quietly selected. He nskecl ior time to think it over ami said that lie would have a final an- swer tomorrow. Wolgast and Rivers Training I.os Angeles, Cal., June training for the lightweight cham- pionship light at Vcruon, July -1, be- tween Ad Wolgast of Cadillac. Mich., and Jose Kiveria (known as .loo Mexican, began yesterday. Kaeh boxed sine last rounds with three dilterLMit volunteers. Kivcrs' condition was saiil to hi) good, but because of Wolgasl's oper- ation foi appendicitis since his last appearance much speculation centred around his showing. Aside from be- slightly winded his work was as fast as ever, however, anil his punch- ing power, if anything, seemed im- proved. Manager Tom .lones announced that Wolgast would leave in a few days for the mountains, wliere he "would rough it" for a week. Til-the surprise oi light followers Wolgasl was 'iradc but a slight fav- orite in betting so far reported. Ton to nine are the prevailing figures. Drowned as Result of Very Foolish Bet Butte, June attempting to swim with a 10-pound dumb belr at- tached to each foot, Arthur Kaalseii, a young Kliliancier. was drowned In'UiKe Avcca tonight' W Kaslsen, with nye.countrymen, mem- bers of the Independent club, were boating on the lake during.the after noon. and. during .a discussion, of the ability of -each member of the to Ivaalsen bet that he could swim a 10 pound weight tied 10 The trial Avas, MBUfoi dm.li, and at that'.-timo Kaalsen; donned a bathing suit and. with his compaflioiis on shore holding a rope he had. fastened around his waist, he set out in the deepest part of the lake to make the attempt. After swimming several strokes ;with the weights swinging from his ankles he unfastened tlte hope from his waist and struck out once more. He swam a few feet successfully and then sud- denly sank. A dozen men besides his companions witnessed the drowning from the shore. The body was recovered by attaches of the "Luna park resort who, with the aid of a launch, brought it-up with grappling hooks shortly after the.man went down'. Kaaisen wa-s a miner, and 28 years of age. So far as known he has no rela- tives in this country. BOMBARDIER WELL'S AND PALZER WILL FIGHT New1 York. June. Wells, the heavyweight title holder of England, and. Al Pajzer, a "white were matched late today to fight ten rounds in Madison Square Garden, on Friday, June 2S, under the auspices of the Garden A.C. REFEREE FOR. BIG BATTLE East Las Vegas, N. M., June Cnrley, James O'Mal- ley and the local committee of sportsmen promoting the Flyun- -Johnson battle, for the heavy- weight championship here, July 4, presented today to Jack John- son a list of names from which., to choose a referee. Some of the names Jack Welch, San-.. Francisco; Sandy Griswold, Oniaha; George Barton, Minneapolis; "Honest John" Kelley, New York; Ed. W. Smith, Chicago; Abe Pollock; Denver. Johnson waa ratuested to, se- lect first, second and third choic- es in. order that, a substi- tution could be made should anything happen at the last min- ute to prevent tho first choice serving. Flynn and are hard at work training for the light. iYou canewcar by tho "Alpn- so'! Clear.Hav- ana .ClKars. for. sale at The Elite Cigar Store Adj. Morris Theatre Phone 1318 Special (Are Ye No It's Here) TONIGHT (We'll. Tak' A Cup O' Klndncst THE GREATEST SCOTCH 'PRODUCTION EVER ATTEMPTED PHOTOGRAPHED AMONG THE GREEN HILLS OF SCOTLAND AULD LANG SYNE A. picturesque and luter.i-.oly human' story of the "IHchlunds or Scotland" bused upon tho sweot and noble sentiment of llio world-fumed oonir by "HOHUIK liURNS" which will live forever. That Winsome Winning Smile A comedy which has a loud ami uproarious laugh 'In every Inch. "KEEP SMILING" If You Can't Get in. Wait. It's Worth Your While BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES, Results of Games National Pittsburg 16, Brooklyn 4 Brooklyn, .lune piled up errors while PHtsburs hit the ball today and the visitors scored an easy victory by 16 to 4. Knitzer iarted off well but a mufl' by Wheet let in three runs. He went bad in the fourth and was relieved by Kent who was ineffective. Kelly led-the batting with two doubles and a homo run. 'Score: Pittsburg .....301311010-18 10 2 Brooklyn 020 100 010- 497 Hendrid and Kelly; Knltzer, Kent and Miller. Phillies 5, Reds 3 Philadelphia, Juno again defeated Cincinnati today, the snnre being 5 to 3. Curtis was effect- ive, while Humphries was bit hard, but-fast-fielding kept the score down. Score: Cincinnati.....- 001 002 5 3 Philadelphia 200 002 11 3 Boston St. Louis 1 Boston, won out in the tenth innings from St. Louis 2 to 1 today. McDonald's triple on [op of Perdue'a single, was the win- ning-combination. Orourke late of Bridgeport. Conn., played a ;ame for the-locals. Boston OO'O 100 8 .0 St. Louis 000 100 000 11, 1 Perdue and Kling; Willis, Harmon a-nd Bjesnahan. New York 8, Chicago 3 New York, June York de- feated Chjcago, in the second game of theisefies.here today by a score of 8 to 3. 'Zimmerman, who made two home runs yesterday, "again drove the ball into the right field for .the team in the ninth innings. New York hit Heulbacli for two triples, a double afld two singles In the eighth scoring four runs. New York .....000 200 12 1 9 1 Lavender, Rculhach and Archer; Ames and Meyers. American Washington 3, Detroit 2 Detroit, June pitched shut-out ball and held Washing-Ion to three hits for eight innings: Tie weakened in the ninth' and the: visit- ors scored three runs on a base on balls, two singles and two sacrifices winning the game 3 to 2. Groom was put1 out of the gume in the second in- nings for kicking on a decision at the plate. Score: Washington 5 2 Detroit 7 1 Groom and Cashion, 'Johnson, and Henry and Williams; Ainsmith, De- buc and Onflow. Boston 3, St. Louis 0 St. ..Louis. June allowed but five scattered hits while Hamilton was hit hard and Boston took the third straight game from St. Louis today, 4 to 0. Score: 12 1 St. Loute.......000 Oli5 5 0 Hamilton, Allison and Krichell; Hall and Nunamnker. Athletics 8, "Naps 7 Cleveland, June made it three straight from Cleveland today, winning tho game 8 to 7. Cleve- land took a lead of four runs in the first, but Philadelphia overcame .it with two out in the seventh on -three doubles and three singles. Cleveland 10 0 Philadelphia'.. .000 300 11 3 Kalher, Bnsltette and Easterly Morgan, Blank --md Thomas. GIBBONS BEATS CONNORS New York, June '.wiliohs the St. Paul welterweight, made play of Tommy Connors ol Scranlnn, Fa., In their Id-round bout in Brooklyn li.sl. night. In Ibe lOtli round Gibbons landed two left. Mint aont Cou- uora staggering. The saved jconnen Standings Today National New York Ciiicago...... Cincinnati Pittsburg Philadelphia Brooklyn Boston W. I.. 35 S 25 19 26 22 23 20 19 22 22 2S 14 2S 15 32 Pet .814 .dti.'l .512 .536 .4C4 .441) .334 .330 TORONTO WON A 19 INNINGS' GAME AT BUFFALO RUDOLPH PITCHED MAPLE LEAFS TO VICTORY-A TWIRLER'S DUEL. American Boston....... Ciiicago...... Washington Philadelphia Detroit...... Cleveland __ New York..... St. 'Louis.....-.' 31 IS .liS3 31 20 .COS 30 21 .589 24 20 25 20 22 24 .479 lli 29 .356 14 3D .288 Association Columbus Kansas City Indianapolis St. Paul Milwaukee Louisville..... M3 f. 38 20 .C56 3i; 20 27 29 .483 24 34 .412 23 3lj .330 20 34 .371 19 33 .360 International Rochester ___. Jersey City Buffalo Baltimore Newark..... Toronto Montreal Providence 111 .647 20 20 .S3G 22 17 .565 24 21 .534 20 26 .435 19 32 .432 19 25 .432 ____ 17 26 .398 'Northwestern Vancouver Victoria Spokane Tacoma Seattle Portland 20 26 .520 25 2o .629 27 25 .520 26 27 .191 26 2S .482 25 30 .455 BALL. AGAIN GOLF CHAMP Veteran Wins British Amateur Title for Eighth Time .John Bali of the Royal Liv- qrpool Golf Club won the ama- teur golf championship .of Great Britain' for the eighth time, defeating H. A. Mitchell of the' OantelnUe club at the thirty-eighth Hole of a finely fought match at Westward Ho last Ball's previous wins were in- 1S88, 1830, 1SS2, 1894, .1899, 1807, 1910 and 1912 while in 1887 and 1895 he; was runner-up. "-Ils record prob- ahly will never be approached. his nearest, competitor being Harold ,H. Hilton, his club- -mate, the present 1J. 3. G. A. champion, who 'won the British title in 1900, .1901 and 1911, and was runner-up in 1891. 1892 and 1896. Ball won the British open championship in 1890. Buffalo, .June am! Buf- falo were billed for a double headtT Lut tho first game went ID innings bo- fcre Toronto got the upper hand_ in 030 of the greatest pitching duels years, the Lent's finally winning on triples of Bradley "JcConnell ihe first !o deep centre, the second to the fence in right field. Deck's catches at were the. oe.jrc. Ml 000 000 W! OOu'uOO (Ki 1a :i Toronto 01020000000.000000014 15 3 Heebe and McAllister; Rudolph 'and (Montreal and Rochester, One Apiece Rochester, June Hustlers and the lloyals broke even here to- day. Inability to hit .Mattern at erit- ual moments lost tKo second ga.mo Rochester, after consistent batt- ing had won the first. Score: 1st game- Rochester .....102 002 8 1 Montreal.......100 000 10 4 Hughes and Jacklitsch; Akers aiid Pierce. 2nd S 2 Montreal 7 S Jones, Wilneira and Blair; Mntteru. and Murphy. Orieoles Won Baltimore, June prieolea again took the Skeeters into camp it- day by the score of 11 to n. Score: I Jersey City ..000100 '9 2 Walker and Bergen; Killilay and Bemis.' Short Carrie Providence, June ..U.Newark could do no-thing with Stine today and fail- ed to get a man across the plate Tind Providence won by a score of i> to 0. The game was !.he shonost of the season, being played in 59 minutes. Score: l-'rovidence .002 It 1 Newark........000 000.000-0 3 2 Stine and Wilson; McGinnity and .Ryerson. Association .Minneapolis C, Indianapolis 1. Milwaukee 6, Columbus 9. Toledo 6, Kansas City 5. Louisville 6, St. Paul ,3. Central International Grand Forks 1, Superior 7, Duluth 0. Northwestern Spokane 1, Portland 0. Seattle 11. Vancouver Canadian Hnmiiton 15. Londou 4. Brnntford 13, St. Thomas 4. Peterboro 1, Berlin. 1. Ottawa 9, Guelph 2. Engine Room Supplies JENKINS, VALVES OF. ALL KINDS PEMBERTHY INJECTORS, LUBRICATORS OIL AND .GREASE CUPS PACKING, BELTING, ETC. "PRESSED STEEL GREASE CUPS, COPPER AND TIN OILERS, WASTE, ETC. The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. 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