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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta ATM Macleod Won a Hard-Fought Baseball Contest by 5 to 4 Bow Island, June In the fast- tet and host gamo :of ball ever played oa the Bow Islimd diamond, the Mac- leod colta took a twelve-innings' bout from the Gas City team last night. (The game. was fast all the way, the enljr fcreak coming in the twelfth inn- Ing, when two hits and two errors brought Art Lee over the plate witb the winning tally. The Macleod team, with Scott oa ihird; rand Kelljr in his right position at second, presented an air tight in- field, .while the outfielders were aU" the time. E team were strength- taei.-by tia sdaiaoa of Doc.'NelBoa second, and his Infield work was tn outstanding feature. The Islanders started strong ty (Tabbing two runs in the opening hut Hacleod by bunching hits came- back .with four In the second. Noblat who started for Macleod, pitch- ed good ball np to the sixth, when Macleod'i old standby, Murphy, toot the mound and held the Islanders tnnless all the wav Prink pitched good baH for the whole twelve Inn- ings for Bow Island andv deserved at least an even break. Bender's work In the centre garden was the feature, he grabbing off three hard ones when the game seemed put away by Bow Island. With the teams playing this kind of ball, the league should .nish the best kind, of a race. Fol- box score: Macleod AB'R. H PO A. B. Kelly, 2d K .50 Murphy, IS., j> 5 0 3d b 5 '0 Latimer, 4 0 A. 2 Nicol, r.t 6 1 R, Lee, 1st b. 5" 1 Bender, o. f... 4 1 2 i_ 0 Z 2 Bmncn Rickey the St Loufa Browns better than his critics predicted; couldn't.very well turn out worse Ho has the team right up, taking an interest in the game every minute, and that's something that hain't been seen ttivSt Louis m some time have any chanw to hold a regular position, and there must be no cigarette smoking or nnur AN INTERESTING WON SOME--RICH 'STAKES TO LOU DILLON By the recent sale of Stanley Dil- lon to Ed. Pulley, some interesting horse history is brought to mind Stanley Dillon, now aged 17 wa- in his palmy dais one oi the greatest racehorses harnessed I Cincinnati S 10 He is a full brother ol the famous I Philadelphia 2 S Lou Dillon, and has some big wins! Ames, Douglas, Gonzalos and Clark NATIONAL Chicago ,172 Nen York 4 7 1 Cheney, Humphries and Bresha- haii; -Marqiiaru and Meyers. 691 St. Louis Brooklyn .41 Robinson, Perrltt and Suyuer; A en and McCarty to his credit. In 1904 he won the "Merchants and .Manufacturers', stake in Detroit, the Charter Oak at ncert- a stake, and in 1905 the Hostei- Columbus S5000 stake: He was formerly owned by.. C. K. G. Billings, ot New paid the fancy sum of He unfortunate enough.to be hra train Burns; Oescbger, Lineup and Kill fqr. AMERICAN Philadelphia S 12 eland 0 9 Bush and Lapp, Mitchell, Bos ma and O'Neill. wreck when still in ,-his prinie{ and the result was a crushed hip and legs, greatly impairing his'speed. He'" 10 was later purchased 6. Jones of Memphis, lennessee, -and shortly Detroit Collins and Carrlgaa; Main, Hal and Staaage after shipped to Minneapolis Fiom there he was again sold this j Washington time to Joe Bryan of Helena He w as Chicago shipped hi Jennings to Johnsoa and Ainsmith where he was Jack Schalfc Wales, who has ottned him ever since I He has a mark 01 2 and is stiil souie race horse. Every time he was sold it was onlj after a nice little sum had changed hands, and the last sale brought a long price Murrav, owner of Ladv Goo Goo, shipped this splendid little animal, last night to Regina, where she will N'en York St. Louis Catdwell and Niinamaker: 6 S 3 73 Taylor, James, Levereiiz anil Agriew. FEDERAL enter the 18-pace there on the 17lh i 10 OFFICIALLY .RECOGNIZED BY Noble, p. CHlven, lit. 2 MANY COUNTRIES MEETING AT "LYONS 2 f j Lyons, France, AT 5 11 0 11 4 0 sitlon at Sa.n Francisco was Toted 36 15 today's meeting of the Intsrna- 2 o I recognitionsof the athletic games to 6 01 be held at tie Panama Pacific Eipo- Bow Island AB. R. Smith, 1st b 5 0 2nd b. 5 Jamleson, c. f. 5 SUowaiter, Godfrey, s.8. Print, p. 1. t Fortune, :T. t.. Bmodr, 3d b... H. P.O. A: 2 14 3 2-3 8 100 2 J2 1 145 2 0 4 100 030 hit, Beguin; twotase hit, KeHy, sacrifice hit Smodyi ihlt ty pitcher, Latimer, Godfrey; bases on balls, Frtnk 1, Noble 2, Mnrphy 2; struck put, by Prink ,-h'jr .Noble 5t by Murphy 6; Innings 'pitched, Noble 6, Murphy S; earned Island 3, Macleod 4; stolen bases, Godfrey, Frink. Umpire, Carpenter. Time of game, i hour and 20 minutes. -Attendance, 600. Score by laalnys: Macleod 0.40 000 000 tibnal Amateur Athletic Federation. The resolution was proposed by Jas E. Sullivan, president of the Ameri- can Olympic committee and carried unanimously. Representatives of all, the nations present promised to do -their .utmost to encourage tbe send- ing of teams to the games. The first meeting o[ .the full con- gress was held in the Stock Exchange 'Thirty-three .delegates were representing the United, a Cutest will be assured. 4 11 36 23 3'States, France, England, Germany, i Tne bout 'to..be pulled off by the Hungary, Sweden, Finland, South Af-1 Fcl'nfe Athletic Association on'julv JOE UVANNI AND BILLY WEEKS SCHEDULED FOR ALLEGED TITLE GO Feruie, B C June 10 interest is_be_mg taken m the coming Joe of Rome, 1_, andi.Billy fWeelfs, of Vancouver, for the middleweight championship of Canada Vlanni has won the eliminating competition pulled off. by Tommy Burns at Calgary, and 'Weeks the eliminating competition staged by Chet Mclntyre at the Coast. Attempts had been made to, bring two together but until now fail- ed and the pubjic will soon have the opportunity of knowing who is. the best man, as we learned today that the articles have been signed up and Chicago ..1 Lafitte and. Owen; McGutre, Black and Wilson. Pittshurg 810..1 St Louis...... 13 10 2 BicKson, Adams, Henderson and Berry; and Hartley. Buffalo 4 10 1 Kansas City _0 7 1 Krapp, Moran, Brown and Blair, Harris and Eastei% Baltimore-Indiarfa'polis Called in first inning iames, to- INCIOCNT COAST LACROSSE The New Westminster Mlnlo Cup and (he Vancouver Atliletlci did something on Satur- day that lacrosae fans would haie considered a manifest impossibil- Ity a couple ot years ago These two of ears' standing, actually a world's championship aerie's game at Queen's Park without an> of the players temporarily forsaking the national same's rules for the Queensbeirv code. What IB more, they played the whole game through a single penalty ueme Inflicted. But the Koynl Heds won b> a score of 6 goals io B, on their home that inaj paitly explain the hitb erto unheard of occurrence'of a nopeuallj game And nobody .hougbt of presenting Referee Bob Cheyue with a pair of white gloves. Probably it, wate because the players on the rival teams thought litre was not a big enough crowd iresent to scrap, that everything went off-so peaceful. TRIGGER AND TRAP QUN CLUS SHOOT Condition! were good for good score, lut Bight and Ua made good. On Monday, July K Crwby [one of tbe Ueat-trai) ejioti in the WO] Id, win be here, four or fhu other profetiionalB, and a programme will be arranged for thl> date, and It hoped1 that a gopd orowd of shoot- from neighboring towns will be to take part. Scores made last night were1 Shot at H Pilling A B Stafford G. Mulr' V E Green B. Oliver O BUckley D McSwalu Wo Taylor 50 60 SO 50 .75.. 25 50 SO Broke 45 44 42 41 48 18 "87 14 rOOMLGAME.il K1U TRIALS Sandj Hook, N J, June 10 (by wire- New York Yacht club's sloop Resolute today won. the fifth race of the series preliminary to tbe selection of the America's CUD de 'ender She beat Alexander Co- ebrane's A anitie b> about four min- ites, without taking adavhtage of her ime. allowance The owned by the Tri- !lty-syndicate, made her first an- learance in. the'cup preliminaries to- ay, but dropped out of the race on he first jBg., Trouble with her un- ried rigging had caused her to lag opelessly behind. This was-the third .victory for Re- olute Apparently it proved her wners' contention that she ia super- or to Vanitie in a good atea-dy'breeze .TJie official' times at the finish ere: Resolute, Vauitie, 37 67. HIE OPT HAVE WDME'SIE HAD HE KNOCKED CHAMPION FOUGHT OVER LIGHT- LIMIT The first meeting of the S O and the North Lethbrldge United wil take place tonight at the ball park The Norlhsiders' record is -a defeat by the Callies and a Tietory over the NATIONAL forfeit money; posted by both parties. I Moose Jaw Both men are in active .training Medicine Hat Bow.- 200 101 000 CHIEF BENDER BUSINESS MAN Indian Pitcher Launches In Sporting Goods Line Philadelphia, Pa., June Prof. C. Albert Bender, the star Indian Pitjher of the Athletics, has launched the wide'aeas 'ol business, apart f the shouting of the ball 6y rival bats. The celebrated Chief has or- ganized the Bender Sporting Goods Co. of Philadelphia, the main pur- pose of- the same- being to dispense anything in the sporting goods line .'to anyone caring to leave tbe price Jn return. He reports unusual activ- ity. in alV lines pf.sporting endeavor this spring, and an yearning rica, Denmark, Bel- gium, Austria and Switzerland. ENGLISH POLOIST RECOVERS 'Cjptaln'Cheape Will Play'With Ttair Final for Saturday Ready Hempstead, L.L, June leslle" Clieape, >f the English polo team, bad'so far i-ecovered 'today from his recent accident, which re- sulted in the postponement of the in- ternational games that he said he would line iip-fof a few periods or play this afternoon in the final Bng- ish .practice game. A Sen fast per- ods will show if Captain Cheape's in- iured eye and nose will handicap his future play. Everything is ia readi- ness for Saturday's game.. on the Dart ot thn :OULON PULLED DOWN NICE PILEi OF MONEY Ex-Bantam Chimpitin Did Some Ex pert Financing Before Losing Title Vernon, CaL, June eight minutes' work in the ring, and taking a heatlns at tbe hands of the new 'champion, Coulon received about 000. Before he would agree to meet Williams he demanded a1 guarantee New Twlrler Good Meditiue Hat, Alia, 'June !BBE, 'the Millers' was some surprise package, ;aud with. "Double Shut-Out'' Buckles in .he .box, the Hatters could .not win. Kurfess was unhiUalfla.'-yrhen. hits counted. Tbe Millers -.bunched' on Buckles in two innings. Score: 3 .0 1 '0 6 2 Kurfess and Willy; Buckle's and Barth'. Bronka' Luck. Changes Calgary, AHa.. -June- Bronks slew their jinx with a ven- 1st, when .they also intend, to hold their usual Dominion Dky celebration givJng good >rizes for' horse and foot racing, jumping, baseball' football, motorcycle and otter sports I a from -N'o money will he spared to make jResina- the first game, the sports a success an'd the assccia- I "Ittned a no-hit gairie, but .errors al- lion has tlie name 'of doing ail that j'owed lhe So1 to score three times. ew-York incinnati ittsburg iouis ncago rooklyn Philadelphia Boston W 26 29 23 24 23 20 10 14 L 15 '19 20 26 25 22 23 333 T' AMEKIGAN Philadelphia Washington Detroit St. Louis Boston Chicago New York Cleveland 23 18 14; T 17 20 22 22 25 2fi 33 P.O. .822 .574 .560 .532 .522 .473 .409 Overseas and a Tietory over Taker. The Sons have lost to the Callies and the Shamrocks and have one vic- tory to their credit, having humbled tbe Overseas. In doping out the winner it appears as if the North Lethbridge 'jmtsd has it on the Sons about the same amount as the Shamrocks appeared to have it on the ou know "-hat happened -ta the Shams the same may happen to- night. There will another District lea- gue 'baseball match pulled off at the Athletic park tomorrow evening, com- mencing at 6 30 It will be the Initial appearance of Bow Island squad whicli trimmed Lethbridge ening game of the leason by a score of 8 to 7 at Bow Island Tbe Islanders are well backed, am bave acquired a buncb of skilfu Slavers and the arguments that they ore capable of putting up were eiem plified in their game against the strengthened Macleod club' only y- terday, The locals are going to go into tbe battlo prepared to take revenge upon the Islctnders, and with Gorrill in tbe box, they should be able toehold -the visitors down Punk base-running lost Lethbridge the- first tilt with Bow and let's hope this .-won't be repeated tomorrow- night. Jack Morrison Is acting tempor- ary manager of the local olnb. At a meeting of the executive committee last niglit it was. decided to have a meeting of the; players and all con- cerned In the club's affairs bii Satur- day evening at the Dallas, when a manager to succeed Johnny Mackin will be chcssn, and other business of mportanee decided upon. LOOK HERE can he done to make their undertak- ings a success in every way.- FIFTEEN-YEAR.OLD GIRL WINS Captures WortcTs 'Championship at Hard Court Tennis Paris, 'June' lO.-MHe. Lenglen, a fifteen-year-oid French girl, won thelReslna' All liegina's runs vyere made in the last inning. A ninthi for four runs won the second contest for Calgary. Scores: Regina-... Calgary Bottoroff and Siniett; Jones. 3 0 4- 9 Gage and women's hard court tennis world's championshin, under tbe auspices of the International Lawn Tennis fed- eration. She defeated Jime. Gold- ing, also a French woman, 6-2, 6-1, in the final round. j Calgary.......... Berger and Roth: Jones. lomo sort of -bail folf alld tennis preferred.: ce to bit Jo.OOOi which .-TO5 granted, with 000 the privilege of taking 40 per cent, of the "gate." The crowd was one of the largest seen at Vernon for many months, and 'Couion took 'the sate percentage. In addition to this he received from the new champion, which was an agreement between the two men. Besides acquiring the bantamweight title, Williams received as his end of the purse. Wllllami was the first to weigh In. As he stepped upon'the scaies, set at 116 pounds, the beam wavered evenly and he retired to permit Coulon to take his place. Without any percep. tibia difference both fighters mado the required 116-pounds to the satis- 'action of the rlnz officials. LIPTON EXPECTS VICTORY Sir Thomas Never Felt More Confi- dent of Wjnning Clip Southampton. England, June 10 "I never felt more confident of win- ning the Sir Thomas Lip- ton, tonight, when asked hia opinion regarding his new challenger for the America's Cup. "What I have seen of.'Shamrock IV. :under he'con- tionea, "has convinced me- that' she Is. a certain cup lifter, she sails her Face for the cup off Sandy Hook, I-am surelshe-wlll prove able to do what she was built to dp." GIBBONS BEAT BROWN Boston, Miss., June Gib. bons of St. Paul was awarded the de- cision over George Brown of Chicago, rounds of fighting here tonight, dlb- bons outpointed Brown In every round. 581 6 10 .3 Bantiste. and Edmonton Loses Two Alia., June Quakers took a double-header from the Eskimos. Stallcop pitched both games for the homesters, and should have won the second' but ifor a com- of errors. Scores: Saskatoon.............. 6 15 2 Edmonton.............. 3 5 2 Beers and Walters; Stallcop and Lemieux, after twelve WILLS OUTPOINTS JEANETTE New. Orleans, La., Juno feanette o.f Boston 'was outpointed by Tarry 'Wills of New Orleans In a tcn- ound, no decision 'bout hero tonight They are negro heavyweights.. Saskatoon........... Eidmonton........... Kaiilo anil Walters: Lernieux: FEDERAL w. 24 20 21 -19 Baltimore Chicago Buffalo Brooklyn St. Louis........ 23 PIttsburg ___ 20 St. Louis........ 23 IS 21 Indianapolis Kansas City 16 20 19 20 23 25 23 27 P.C. .600 .565 .525 .487 .479 .465 .47 .452 .438 OVERSEAS CLUB The Overseas Football club will meet for training at the YVM.C.A. at 8 o'clock on Friday night. It is im- portant that every player, 'be on hand. Milwaukee, Wis., June 9 Numer- ous letters have come to hand the past week as to: whether Charlie Miitc would haie recognized as ho champion lights eight had he de- ivered a knock-out blow to Willie litohie In their ten-round contest m Milwaukee, May 26. Technically speaking, he would not, but there are ew critics and promoters about the olintry would not have given him the title had he accomplished uch a feat They were not boxing at he recognized lightweight limit ol 33 pounds ringside, although the hancrs are that White did not tip be beam at over 133 pounds when entered the ring, as he scaled only ianj with his light clothes on when lie. weighed at 3 o'clock in the after- noon The weight called for was 135 poundk at 5 o'clock, which is considerably above the limit, but It was the champion who said what the weight must be. White could have weighed in at ringside had no so de- sired just to show that-lie .was un- der the limit, the same aa Johnny Thompson did when he fought Billy Papke in Australia for the middle- weight crown However, White did not expect to score a knock-out and never thought of such a contingency Nevertheless, Willie Ritchie would lave had a hard job on his hands itying to make people believe he was champion had White pat him down for the tec-second count, de- spite the fact that it was a no-deci- sion contest and not advertised as a championship event It only proves once more that there should be an International scale of weights for all champion events, and borers .should be held to their respective classes at he stipulated weight Mi. Ritchie oum -not dictate to all of hla oppon- ents what the weight should be for a Itle match, nor could any other box- r in other classei do the same. It is oped that the British, French, Am- ericans and Australians will get to- gether before a great while and set a fixed scale of weights for world's chainp'onship matches White u now talking of meeting Ritchie over the marathon course in a title match, and if he insists upon fighting at the recognized -weight of 183 Bounds ring- side it will be placing Willie under a handicap, for I doubt very much whe- ther he can make 133 entering tbe ring and be strong enough to go the route In a title match against.such a shifty opponent as the Chicago lad. BRITISH OPEN GOLF TSTLC American Star Golfers Line Up for the Weather Troon, Scotland, June op- ened hers today for the qualifying rounds, of the British Open Odf oham: >lonshtp. The 193 entries Included three American players: FranceB Dulmet; American :opea Tohn J. McDerinott, former American open champion, and Harold of Toledo. The weather was perfect, and the courses were In good condition after he rain yesterdar. SIZZLING IN PITTSBURG PIttsburg, Pa., June deaths rom the heat were reported here to- ay, when tbe thermometer at. ten 'clock registered 88, the record for orty years. AM. ASSOCIATION Milwaukee Louisville Indianapolis Columbus Kansas City Cleveland Minneapolis St. Paul.. W. 28 .30 29 21) 21 19 18 23 2fi 23 27 31 P.O. .600 .677 .658 .500 .472 .471 .380 INTERNATIONAL Buffalo Baltimore Rochester Providence Toronto Vewark.. Jersey City Montreal W. 30 32 21 10 IS in L. 13 15 16 21 2L 20 31 33 P.C. .698 .081 .610 .600 .475 .474 .295 WESTERN CANADA INTERNATIONAL Baltimore 4, Jersey City 2. Providence 3, Jersey City 2., Buffalo. 6, Montreal 3. Rochester 6, Toronto 3. AM. ASSOCIATION -LoulsvIHe 4, Minneapolis 3. Cleveland 3, Kansas City 2. Indianapolis 4, at. Paul 3. Columbus 5, Milwaukee 3. NORTHWESTERN Portland 4, Victoria 1. Vancouver 7, Tacoma 8. Seattle l.-l'RkfltQOU Albose Jaw Medicine Hat Regina..... Calgary..... Edmonton .17 16 13 15 .16 18 10 2G 22 P.C. .-7SS .615 .471 .4-18 .429 .353 COL. SAM ENFORCES THE DRY Ixmdon, Ont, Juno Jor Leonard, commanding thev Sixth Battery 6.F.A., 'at this point, has been relieved of command because bottlcH aio woro found in the ranks at Petnwawa camp. REASON'S FOR USING "Alberta's Pride" BEER AT MEAL TIMES "ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER" is a concentrated liquid food. Tea and Coffee are in no wise foods. In countries where beer is used as a fable bever- age, dyspepsia is practically unknown. So is stomach trouble in general. In Germany beer is more frequent- ly drank thari at meal time. .The .prejudice against strong .stimulants lias, in .no wise impaired the value of, "Alberta's Pride the nutritious of all liquid foods. This beer is absolutely pure. This is no idle claim, but one that we can back up by proof. Come to our Brewery and we will show you. To those who value strong digestive organs we advise "Alberta's Pride Beer" and we recommend it to convalescents because it is a tonic. THELETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554 ;