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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETKBHIDGK DAILY HERALD Tuesday, BUM POLOIS English Team Outplayed at All Points in First Encounter at Meadowbrook for International Played Rushing Game and Drove Challengers Into Defensive Tactics Right at 7-3 Till-) AllGOXAUTiCREWTHAT SAILED EECKXTLY 1'KOM MpXTEUAli TO ENGLAND Weitburv. Li, June lutrlolng ind oatpUjiiif; the challengers, the Auieri- can Cup defending todav won .tte opening of ibe sixth Jnter- liatiozal match by a score of oVt EoaU to 3. A better idea of tfce acloal difference in the ability ot the tfjniE is abow br the gross Ecore. which TIEE 7 to 3 ID favor oT the defending Jour. Much to Ifce surprlK ot the specta- tors and polo the English plsyers did not show the team wort xtbich had been credited to them be- fore the game. Neither did their ponies outclass the American mo-jnts. la fact, ibe reverse was quite tbe no goal seventh period, in ;s scored. The American caee, as in almost avery TJQ d tbe It3ld, the American players held own, or oj'rods their competi- tors, in the race lor the bill. The combination oE the American fo-jr, Tntfa Larrr TVaterburv at No. 1. J. M. Waiertrjrjr, jr.. and L. E. Stod- dard at No. 2; Captain H. P. Whitney et ?Io. 3, and Devereui Hilburn st tact, superb. The chillengere1 team, consisting ol Captain Cheaps kt No. 1; Captain Xoel Edwards at No. 2; Captain. R. G. Kits on at Xo. 3, and Captain. Vivian Lockett at back, ap- peared unable to work together- con- sistently, due in all probabiliiy to the close "covering" of the Americans. Americans on Offensive lean, lost a half point be- Cfi'jse of sharp crossing hy Miiburn. Edwards and Rltson again showed some splendid team work, hut Rilson spoiled a long run by missing an easy Seal at the end. Ridfr Thrown The final period had hardly opened before' Larry was thrown. He jumped to his feet, but the game was delayed, as hts mount hid bolted for the stables and a substitute had to be secured. Another Goal piay resumed, hoth .earns rallied and took turns on the attack oc goal. The Ebglish kept the sail In American territory for sev- eral mlnutts. but Sioddard finally cleared it, aud ia a run "down field pared the way for Lirrr. Waterhury lo score the final goal of Ihe game. The Score Card Tne score by periods and penalties follow; First Goal Name 1 J. JI. 'Waterbnry 2 L. Walerbury 3 D. Mllbnrn Second Capl. Cheape 5 U Waferbury Third Hardly had the game begun before It it was seen that the. odds oi S to a] on the English'team were not warrant-1 Fourth J. >J. Waterbury Fifth Capt, Hitson Capt. Xo score. Seventh Xo EC ore. ed, for the four" carried the Ir.lo the English end of the field, and kept the cavalry officers so busy de- fending their goal that offensive tac- tics -on the part ol the challengers ;were temporarily out cf the question. Sixth The drives of the Americans were made with excellent direction and length, and they never appeared to have dJtficujty iu'-cOOaing the ball out of scrimmage. The Englishmen were Period apparenlly stunned by the fierceness 10 L. 'Waterh-ry of the cup defenders' attacks, and fail- ed to hold the ground in team work The three gcals scpred In the first period went to the United States, and it was.r-ot until the second period that the English .four got going. England Secres Rllson and Cheap cut loose with tome remarkable long drives, and the invaders hegan to team un in a fash- Ion that proved threatening. The work of Captain Locketl was remarkable in view of the attack piled at him. Larry was playing rushing game, and his encounters with Ed. wards and Cheape were frequent and thrilling. Finally he was penalized for riding across Cbeape, who had secured England's first goal with a fine shot from a hard angie. Americans Keep Rushing The defending tour rushed Ihe Eng- lish early in the third period, but could not penetrate the challengers' defence. Edwards aad Cheape be- tween them clearod tlm hall, and af- ter a speclcular ride down the field, made a clear shot at goal, which Cap- tain Cheape missed. The fo-jrth period saw tBe Ameri- cana missing several easy chances to and Captain Cheape also fait- from a clear field. The only goal of Ihe period was scored by Waterbary, in 7.19, "which he partly nullified byta foul In crossing Cap- lain Hitson. Challengers at Their Beit Tbe fifth period taw the English- men at their best. Captain 'Rition scored with a lifting shot, which the Americans were- unable to rs.icb. and Captain Cheape. followed with yard stroke, which had J.iel cr.ortsh momentum to carry it through (he Ep'alpObts. 'iThe succeeding cession proved dis- defenders, for "Monty" WatYrburr Kas hit on the Imr.rJ by an opponent's' mallet, an1 his finger brok- en In' two places, He will not be abie to play la Saturday'! game. In Seventh Time 1.35 2.2 S 4.04 3.03 0.31 7.19 Senior League Football Game in Which Overseas Were Set Back S 0 E. Callies 33 40 i i 00 e c 60 1433 The crew, from lelt lo coxiwain; Wiskwn, spire; Ru....., b ow; Hlcc, No. Z; Rlddy, No. Kent, No. 4; Sinclair, No. 5; Gale, No. vTaylcr, stroke; Joe Wright, stroke. t Nation U.S. U.S. U.S. u.s u.s o.s. Eng, 237 U.S. GTOES score: Unlled Slates, 7; Eng- land, 3. .Penalties Ur.ilcil States, Ji; points for fouls by Ij. Waterbury m the sec- ond psricd; L Waterb-jrj- in lourth period, and D. Slllb'jrn IQ seventh per- iod. Ket score: United Staler, goalE; Zueland, 3. Canadian. Ctw Which Will Compete at Henley in July KNOCKED: -'THROUGH THE ROPES Eddie Wells of Chicago Put Del Bruno Away at Moose Jaw Liverpool, June 10 in the health ani condition the crew of 'the. Argonaut Rowing-Club of cie to uphold ih? Sloose Jaw, Juno" v.'ells, of Chicago, arid a Moose Jaw, fought twelve fierce rounds here tonight It was'to' hive gone lllteen, hut in the twelfthj-Wellf went after the local.bey, and by driving In ilc- lous he' Knocked Bruno through the ropes into the1 press stand. The blow was- sent In like a pile-driver, and' "when Bruno was picked up he was unable to continue. Referee' to It was ajjppular verdict. Relax Rice From Washington to Chi- cago Will Be a Will Compete From All Over America the 7, M- C, races Saturday, week, ttre fourth. There were 14 starters at lej dual members'.interviewed, expressed quiet optimism of iUeir prospects in the eight-oar event, the grai.d challenge cup, and the opioion was general that the give a good account of itself, even if-they do not succeed in winning' this tio- phy which was won by Australia last year, the'crew feeing that ci the Syd- ney Ron-ing Ciuh. "The said Joe Wright, the coach, "Is a splendid day since we sailed we have" put. in practice on our rowing machines, and the result oi this aork on the liner and the beneficial effects ot the trip Is that we are now, every man fittci and In better condition than when vre lelt Canada." While not wishing to appear too confident ol tbt chances of his men, Vright hinted that they ought to put up a showing as any >reviotis Canadian oarsn-.en who visited this country. The crew stays ai Liverpool tonight and tomorrow should have their first taste ql prac- tice at Henley. They will stay at the Five Horse Shoes hotel and every day unlit their first heat on July 3 be seen on the river twice a (lay. Big 'stzdluirf aUBeSinVDedicSttd In ____ Pretentious and Royal Manner.. Berlin, Tha-OUmpic games are Sllll three years away hut 1he great ftadlam where the contests will bo held was dedicated. llant summer weather favored the ceremonies vrblch -were- honored by the pretence 'of, the Emperor attended hy the imperial Dethm'an-Hclweir; the international was also present. The various sport- ing Eocieties lo the nunrter M SO.WO paraded from the centre of Berlin to (he stzdjum which Is located In tlje western limits, of the city, adjoining the Grdne wald race'" track and an equal nuroher of spectators assem- bled within the t-ETHBRIDGE TEAM PLAYING AT MACLEOD AGAIN. TODAY McCarter Put Out of Commission at Wiil Pitch MacteoJ, Juae slight chingea will be made in the Macleod baseball team In the game against RITCHIE AND RIVERS Articles Signed for Twenty-Round Go at 'Frico on July '4 San Franclaco, June Ritchie and Joe Rivers, formally sign, articles for-a twenty-round championship contest in this city on tha- afternoon of July J. The men agreed io neigh 131 pounds ringside. The.forfeit to- not making the wtl was tlscd at 4 2 SO 8. Lethhridge tonight, game, McCarter was In Monday's _____, ________....._ hit iwlce by, Wheeler, and is unable lo a mask, owing to his eye being badly bruised, so that Latimer, the regular shortstop will replace him behind the bat. McCarter will play at short and the outfield will be somewhat eirength er.ed. Murphy tsill pitch for the lo- cals, and It Is esrected that the" gamo will be the faztest yet played, and lhat the crowd will be the largest yet this season. FRENCH BANTAM HAD LITTLE BEST or MCOOVERN June T-edoui, oantam-welghl chnmploh of Frflnc? foaght Phil jfrOovern, of Brooklyn ten rounds to a draff at fbe-Atiai Athletic association tonight. The French had a little the bcttc of the bout througho-jt, ID the.op'.nlqn o( many spcemora. KILBANE BEAT OAKLAND BOY Oakland, fune Johnny Kflbar.e, "cham- pion, defeated Jimmy Fox, of thh city, tonight, In li.e round of tbalr scheduled ttn-round bout. Fox'i seconds threw a scocge Into" the ring REMARKABLE GAME OF -GOLF London.-June the op golf champion, and George Dur can engaged In a lomarkable rnatcV of 72 boles on the Snnningdale link yesterday. DJr.can droie .the las hole one up Both he and.hla'oppon ent were on the green In two.. DJD can's putt on (he Ilii hole, and nay halved the reronrhsnl match'in dramatic fashion, holclrig four yam "putt. riiilnj and itdivldual play ride on the U. S, circuit thii rjmmer, out. when" their man waa ccailnj a knock FEATHERWEIGHTS TO BATTL Angeles; June of rtew Yort, and' Jack' Wilt lav, cf Chicago, were matched tod a for i twenty-round light here on Jun 17. They arj feathsrRefghtl. Chicago, June hundred orkraen have started work on the grandstand, tracks aud accessories to the International Athletic champion- ships, to be held in Gunil Park, Chi cago, June 2S to July 6... .T Some ot them are grading the track so that the one-third-mile track will be one ot tnelUest ever laid out. Others "are 'placing Hie and dfnius so tha[ the heaviest, summer downpour tilt have disappeared from the sur- face wjthln nn hour. Still others are grading the'edges of the field preparatory to erecting a grand "stand, a stadl'Jm tnal'will "ac- commodate approximately peo pie. At the extreme west end of the field will be a very solii structure, including- dressing rooms baths and all of tbe accessor f a training camp so that the atu may not only prepare for th rious events, but may be cared to v tlieir tralntri at the end of th The South Park board which con ols Grant J'ark, long 5go place ater mains in the entire park sy m and recognizing the civic Impor nee of the coning carnival, are bca g a large portion of the e-ipeuse o ie preparatory work. Every civilized portion ot the glob ill be enabled to see the carnlv through the moving picture contract has been closed with 'on f the .largest of these concerns ach spectacular fsature, -.alhlct venls, school fir ,d drills, will be recorded. Displaying the interest in the me n the part of the educators arour le have already be ecelved by the moving picture coi any for the school children eveni o" be iised as part of nn education ampaign. The school hojs' relay race fro Vashlngton lo Chicago is attraclii irolably the widest attenlion at pres- int. N'ever in the history of Ibe world has so long a race been at- umpted and the very magnitude of he plan has awakened enthusiasm. The detailed route, according to jrcsenl plan, covers miles, hough this may bo shortened consld- erably before the race actually begins. This route will1 be as followo: iV'ashltjglon, C., lo Frederick, Md, (3.4 milts; Frederick to miles; Uetlssburg to Cham- Pa., 24.5 miles; Chambers- burg' to Bedford Fa., 55.0 miles; Bedford Springs to tircensburg Pa., miles; Oreensburg to Pitts burg, PA., 32.7 mllea; Plllsburg lo neater Falls, Pa, 82.1 mllee; Heaver Falls lo Cleveland, Ohio, 103 3 miles; Cleveland lo Toledo, Ohio, 121-miles; Toledo to South Bend, led 164 miles' Siuth Eonii to Chicago, 100.3 'Ninety-eight cities and towns wll bi tnvtrted by the boy relay runners and In'erery one ot then the mayors auptrlnteadenU ot schools, V. M. C. A directors and automobile clubs have betn enllited as aids. 4 Approximately will havfl the- opportunity to see th' boys who are to carry President son's lo the slo'llcira Ql Ch cago And when this race Is complete a new world precedent will liavo bee BASEBALL IABLES National ijladelphia cf York ]icago Usburs t. Louis oston incln'uatt 23 VT. L. P.O. 29 13 .707 34 10 .553 19 23 21 26 25 31 23 52 17 17 -.548 .521 .480 .458 .395 .351 American hiladelphia leveland 'nshington osion clcoit ,t. Louis York W. L. 1- 37 10 .757 31 15 .691 2C It .512 21 21 31 22 20 20 11 35 .529 .478 .392 .304 .239 ililwauiee Tolumhus .ouisville City St.-Paul Minneapolis ndianapoliS' Tolsdo Association w. P.O. 33 22 .553 2C 20 .6E5 23 .558 27 25 .SOS 21 25 .491 25 M By winning list night's game 3-1 (torn tile Overseas, the Bons ot Eng- land strengthened their hold on first Vlace in (he Senior fixture o! tha city football league. The ga'ue uas well worth the price ol admission, but was pretty much a. walkav..iy. lioth teams played goi-d ball at times, anil Draper and Hol- land crriflitily put up a for the Sons. In the- srcoi.d hal! Dalziel was put I oil the Held by tlie rcierre (or foul- hut in the opinion ol the fans, Home ol the Sens, was the man vhj fouled, ii any foul ucrc committed. -Ionian, tr.c old star for- ward, kicVed the penalty Thfto was sonic dlrtcrer.cfl of opinion on thj calling of this penalty, several ol thj tans making themselies heard. Mullen, llorne, Turner, Davidson and Miller put up a pretty gooii game for the Seas, but were unable to down the defense. Brown aced several good centres Irom the ing, as did Turcer. The Sons won the toss and tho verseas kicked off- The Seas' u ere vo men short, but they managed lo old their oivn, although the Sous, a slight advantage. Holland eav. I an almost Inevitable goat from tho pas aide, and numerous throis'-Ius 10k poms of the gingtr out of Iho laying. When tbe ball bad been In motion nly a few minutes, Davidson apcear- d on the f.sld and the Saas wore tea nen strong. They commuted an oIT- de, which resulted in the slight ad- of a kick. The Eons made ontinual rushes and Chis'wlck and escwick always there with the. ccessary passlug, but Home and [cwltt always managed to stop the nslaught. Turner succeeded in get- Ing Away from mado poor pass and nothing raculted. Tho ions had the best of tho playing most t the time, but Home wai as good s a stone wall, until Leo cot by him with a hot shot which had-no dlfSculty n finding the net. Scoria, Sons 1; Overseas 0, after twenty minutes ot International' L. f.c 29 18 Bafialo 28 19 UocheSicr 27 22 23 22 lialtimoro 21 23 Montreal 19 21 Toronto 11'25 Jersey Oity 17 26 Western Canada w. P.C '20 5 .8: 19 11 .5 16''13 .55 13 17 Saskatoon. Moose Jaw Calvary Medicine- Hat Hdmontnti Keglna Dalzlel created some by getting away a pass while on jack. Jock Mullen entered the game at his stage and got rlgbt Into the ink- up by saving a shot for goal. Tlio Seas got away on a good rugb. but Miller 'shot wide. Play continued back and forth wilh no particularly spectacular stunts un- til Dalzlet made i shot for tbe Sons that went wide. On. a rush by the. Seas Welloa mado a. safe relief. Bren- nan made, another shot on ft from Brown hut missed. On a corner off Holberton, Jock Mullen shot a goal out of a melee of scrimmage. The Sons rallied alter this made a determined rush, Bestwick placing a nlco centra, but Gallagher foiled to score. Half tlrno arrived with the score 1 to 1- Eeeond Half In the first few moments of play the Sons made a desperate try for a goal, but the combination Tas not by shooting and Jordan 17 jj failed Id score. It was pretty much 25 212'a bombnnlraent between the beans of Chiswlck, for Ihe Sons, and Northwestern W; 1 Seattle 'nncouvcr "Icloria 'acoma........- Spokane P.O. .C30 for the 9eas. .Jock Mullen pulled olt a few laughable acrobatic atunts wlilcli consisted mostly of lighting up- side down. After several minutes OJL 20 .431 20 30 .357 DELAYED'TOO CASE Favorite for Mljhl Have Had fhsr.ce to JW here hlnk that but lor Iho delay in lodging an'- the dlenuallfication of C. e winner Cragan- might have been rescinded. Thit Ihd made too late Is borne Out by the.oltlciiil statement issued that thi) effect Inat thn ap- peal va4 lodged with the dork of the. Efiom on Saturday, but nut not fec'elved. by the steward's within the llnie prescribed by rulo, nod therefore, tlwy, are unable lo enter- tain It. 31 20 _________....._________...... 32 22 553 f exciting play and very ctever com- 28 25 J binatlon, CJallaghcr scored the second 27 20 .Wigcal for tho SODS. Score, 8 to 1. Beslr.-ick made n pretty pass for goal rat Hen lit (avert. On tnolher rush paved a shot by Jordan on a >ass from Dnlzlcl. The Seas turned lie Inblr-i aad got a corner of! Cbia- wick b-jt tolled to score. The Bons pbyed the- best game from .his stage lo the finish. As usual htir comhinallon was belter than the LONG IN OF- CRAGANOUR ared Winner STANDING INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL LEAGUE Callies Hankers S. O. H. DKiseas 2 0' 2 "201 2 1 tbcotlng, anil of course, Iho' Seas were there 'with the defence. On a penalty kick Jordan registered ad- other tally. Horns' saved several shots and Wollon was usually where he belonged. Every time the Seas got away they seemed to rurt Into never has any trouble In connecting with the ball, especially when In the danger aone. Toward the enil of the game. Home mado tno but the Sons, were evidently satisfied with their lead, for liicy did not score, ag.iln. The Line-up Rons o( HOlbcP ton and Holland; Cilswlck and Klrth; flcstwick, Jordan, Gallagher, Draper Overseas' Hewitt; Mullen 'nnil Home; jiahnerman, Davldson'and Mc- Millan; "Hrbwn) Simrn, Brcnnan, Jlili- er anil Moore, ;