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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page fi THE LETIIBKIDGE DAILY HERALD the 1th HE ALL-CAXADIAN BOWLING TEAM Which Ittt Montreal tor Liverpool earlx list week. GAMES IN MAJOR ff. L. 29 13 .6CS 25 19 .558 3J 20 25 H 21 -2 27 IS 35 IS 31 0 Now Vo the tailing tlii GIANTS WOX IN TENTH Chicaeo, Jur.e batting rally In tho tenth Inning today gaie Sew York the long end ot a 5 to S score [Philadelphia Xew York llrooklya 1 Chicago PIttsburg St. Louis Doston Ciucmnati douhla and this followed ioJIa U'J oft v, Ilk Maitlck's single. 1 It 1 0 50 Fishfr, Keat- doviKe. which netted fluuall pitcher, ucrJormo.1 and held _______ the. locals to fiio hils, only two otiXen- York which were bunched, i Philadelphia ClevsUud Chicago Washington Boston Detroit St. Louis N'ew York Smith hlh duty at the receiving end when be was bit in the finger and was foreei o vacate in favor of Green, Jlacleod j'ad everything their own way from th irne of tie accident while the Letb irid'ge. combination was "all in" ani tfheu the ninth innings went hy'th to.5 with Followed by .VLeihbridge was In hard luci to stir Vith. An auto sent out in the couh try lo bring in tie Moore hoys brqS down and. they the trait which weakened the team and left short handed." When Wray wts spi: ed, Lethbridee had no other playei to call on and were forced to rut o "ringer, which was the second, oa 'It SI k .0, and "cut certain of tha rilajera. Wells U an ball player and has played here for Macleod for the last years and it' may be aild ot him that he bai never exhibited signs of unclean methods in playing the here, at any rate. "Chuck" Badly Hurt Wray had to be carried, to and from the train and will be confined to his home for some time. He "may be out of the game for the season. up Campbell was pitching for Lelh- bridge and Dafles went behind the bat when Wray was disabled. After helns occasioned before by the a Bence o( the Mobres. "Spud JIurphy was in the hoi f_ Macleod and was no puzzle so locals declare. the accident the team went Peck, add. DUKE- KAHANAMOKA s SETS, NEW RECORDS Honolulu, June a swimming meet yesterday, un- der amaieur athletic union rules, Kahanamoka, the world's swimmer, swam one hundred yards in and ?20 yards in 2' minutes 34 seconds.. l According Tto the announce- International W. L. P.O. Newark BuiTalo Rochester Prpvidccco.........'. flailimore Moniceal Toronto Jei'sef City 25 35- 21 21 19 27 17 27 ,601 .553 .560 .522 .472 .467 .413 contest of the series here today, 3 to 3. The mlsup between Tinker and Knabe caine in the 1th Inning. Pre- vious to this the two men had en- Phllsdel; gaged in a wordy war at second base by Canadian ment "of "the officials in. charge, ft the performances new world records. constitute W. L. P.O. .813 .531 and when the Cincy manager slid Into this sack in the 71h both players mixed It up while lying on the ground. When they finally stood on iMr feet tiey came together, nnd it required tho" services of both umpires and a number of players to stop the fracas. Neither was injured. IJcnion pi'ched superb ball, Phila- delphia's two runs being the. result of in the Eecond. Mayer'was hit rather freely aud retired in favor ot Moore Dodge was spiked In the second and had to retire. Philadelphia 243 3.73 Mayer, Moore and- lien- ton and'Clark. Superior fauiuth Minncapoli l Game Tomorrow Lethbridge will a chance to even up matters tomorrow" night. Maeleod playfc a scheduled game here. A win foi Macleoa will put them tie wiih Lethbrldse in the league standing. Tho Lethhridge-team at Macleod yesterday: Wray, catcher; Campbell pitcher and shortstop; Bv.ins, r. field; Wilson, 3rd base, shortstop, pitcher, catcher, 1st bate; Lemon, 1st base, 3rd" base; Wheeler, 2nd base; Green, 1. field, 1st base, catcher; Dalles, 3rd base, pitcher, catcher; Dixon c. field; GpAt FALLS BALL TEAM '.COMING'.HERE THIS MONTH Oreat Falls, June ll.-Great Falls and Lethbridge will: play "a series of. baseball games at' Ltthbridge June 25-27. This clly be represented >y. the team of semi-professional play- ers chiefly from Ihe smelter, and near-, y all being members of the team1 as the 'Smelter team in the ity league. The decision to make the trip to Lethbridge for the gams was reached yesterday, when Manager Fred Kahler of the Smelter team received worii from offering to guarantee the Great Falls team all expenses and giving thfcm such sttrac.ivs invita- tion that the local boys decided it would be discourteous to decline it, and they will go to Lethbridge, leav- ing here on June 2J. The Great Fails learn tate ths strongest aggregation they can get to- gether, ar.d they declare the Canadian lall tossws will have to'put on a fine ivllrle ol the great American pastime t they defeat the players .from -Mon- :ana. 27 'it olis 26 t. Paul 'irjinia..... .519 .603 .553 .190 .426 BEAT ST. LOUIS Sti Louis, June was ef fectire. in but two inrllnss today vihile his team hit'Griner a oppcjrtur.e Etages, 5 lo wo ruus day, and tinning si It lories a game of'P Up to the iot'Eeore-3 off Header in bad sroret Phliadfiph Levereuz der, I3row LO Boston, A homo run u Agnew, scored in in the 9th lo- he Phlladclphlas teen consecutive 31. Louis the final series by 5 to 2. g St. Louis had nadc but two hits was relieved by after tho visitors' AJjI.OWED HUNS Retina, June ll.-liesina broi'e ita losing strcaV today by defeating Me- dicine Hat in a good game of base- ball, thrre to one. Burgess aim Brown bolh twirled winning hall, all the runs being scored'on errors. Af- ter the first two men had been srt down in the initial round, the Red Sox scored the winning runs, whtu Snider, a at secor.d, hooted Hill's grounder -and then threw badly to first. Tm> hils lol- lowcd for a pair of runs. Baker's 1 double, McXamara's error and a dou- ble steal for Kcglna'B other Hatters secured their only, [ally on errors by. Kruger" and Alm- 5 '2 eir llouck, flea- ing. ED GAME ..1 fifteen Inning contest und Cleveland ended aboi onight with a 19 _ nuist. 7he store Medicine Ilat 163 Rejina ...........y. -3 63 Ilrown ar.d Rorlessic Burgess and ARGONAUTS AT HENLEY Henley, Eng. June Ar. gonaut crew arrived yesterday, and had a short UEal spin on the rlv- Tliey liave been elected honorary inembers of the Lcander_club. Butlef lias joined the parly.' The captain de. the crew to he. in better con. dilion than when they left Canada. DREAM V'OM MOTOR BOAT TO BERMUDA aa .ass breaking even on the series with.St. Ixviis, St. LoiuVgot one hit each the first and Ac'ond innings and then went hitlesV until the Sth I when three singles and a sacrifice fly Western-Canada r.c. Saskatoon .-1... Calgary .T.'... Moose Jaw .....V..... Medicine l-Mmonton Kegina 27 17' 19 13 .SIS .567 333 .285 netted two runs. Hoslon 5 10 0 St. Louis 3-7 2 Tvbr and Grincr, Sallee acd JlcLean and Wingo. Northwestern Seattle Vancouver Portland Victoria Tacoma Spokane 'in' fe- ti j -i BASEBALL Tomorrow, Night Friday, 13th Lethbridge ys, 'Macleod -AT- Athletic Park 6.45 Southern Alberta Baseball League 33 21 27 -2i 21 to B victor content v the bases a's: on and L alilng thl leveland Jos ton Oregg .conard a O'TOOLE MAT EASY Plttsburg, June Pittsburg ham raered Stack, Yinglmg and Kent for with L. P.O. 20 .635 23" .553 26 .52' .471 M .131 36 .368 Pacific Const w. L. p.c. 18 hits this afternoon and O'Toole pitching magnificent ball won casilr, 11 lo 3. Voii for Fittsburg, starred nilh th'1 bat, setting two singles, a douiil and a home run to the flag pole. Slacl iras hammered for five hlt3 and thre runs in the second. Pittshurg got runs six more runs oft Yinglind In four Innings, and Kent vras touched lip for tivo more In Ihe 7tb. With an Los Angeles Oakland San Francisco Venice Portland Sacramento 25 31 Manager Wheeler, of flub, wired the Great Falls' team to come here next west-end, .instead of the above dates, on account of the fair. 42 34 31 35 32 36 28 31 26 31 -618 .193 .471 .452 .433 tonisht wilh a r HAvt i u v- alter lean. With final Jnnlag it had proved the he visitors- Hamilton, Borrauda, June ff _to iinojitctaj computation ih'e" 1K6 run lead. sraaUest of 'the contestants, inute later, ovMicd by Cbar.es L. of sending tbe Yachtsmen's cluL, Is tlie tho pao, Tylnner ol the motor boat raco or stealing from Philadelphia to Uermuds. O 0 12 this Ilarbara 11. !s Ee'cond, and 5 n "tiie Toes am third. 1 Wood, icd _, IN ..MINOR LEAGUES Toronto, both gain today -anil Iltional D THE won loublc header here eleven run lead O'Toole took things easy and In the last two Innings the visitors scored two runs. Brooklyn 3 02 1'ittshurg II 17 0 Stick, Vingling, Kent and Miller; O'Toolc and Gibson. clean sweep of the sei scores wcro G-3, and 8-5, jiimtt responsible for the MBU second game, ashiw twlnto tt.e bleachers accounted jot the visitors1 therho men on bases n each First g; ilonlrcal C U 1 Association Minrcapolis 3 Kansas City Young and Oweni; Morgan KntxhDll. and WELLS AND CARPENJIER Englilhman Will Try to Regain Lost Title Next November London, Juna Carpen- tEcr, the French heavyweight puglllat, and Bombardier Wells, Ins British heavyweight, signed today (or a return match In London, In Xo- vtmber. On June 1 knocked out Veils In the fourth rojnd of a fight at Ghent, and won from him he championship of Eu- rope. Do it for Lethbridge SMOKE "Ml PERLA" AND DELLA" CIOARS, UNION MADE. At oil first claia liolols and Cigar jtaads. Toronto Smith Nosh ar.d Gra- ham. Second Montreal I....... 8 IS 2 Toronto .1... 5111 Mattcrn jdden Tornkins, lirant anilT Toledo 12 U L1 2-0 "4 ana Kruegcr; Woodhutn and Clcnicna. AROUMD THE SAVING EVENT OF THE 'SEASON .1 See rPage 8 of this Issue Provident Jersey Cil Whcalles Doeschcr, Uuftalo Hoch ester Frill, (i 13 20 0 5 11 -3 and- Kcrcher j I Wells. helm, HoflilEch. 2 13 1 .11'IS 2 LnlongcJ WII- First Indianapolis Colua'hus Harrington and and SiniUi. Second Ir.diariapolis Coluniljts............: Kaiserling anil Clark mith. t. Paul rner anil Jarocs; lushes. Ilaltiinorc Newark Roth an 10 II 5 .165 and llijrgins Iniii Rrantfnrl i. Loarlon lamllton Supetiol Minncapoli Us 7. Vlt[ Forks 30, 7, 'cterhoro C. 2. If Paul ll.aran" Vancoi i. Beattlel Us inenlo 3, ptcrn I. I'd 11V J.ar.c 6, Tacon 5 11 2 .7 -5 2 Cramer 13 12 4 24 19 3 Davis and 12 H C 8 17 J 13raun and. ENGLISH CRICKET London, Jur.c gamo started Moi.diy last concluded O'l.iy, resulted- as follows Yorkshire lent Leiccstershiic hy ;iri nnings ar.fl run's, at 1-ceds. cx beat hy an and 92.runs iil Firighton. Kent heat Worcestershire hy an in- ir.gi, snri 55 runs at Stourhridgc. .MayucVshire hfat Hampshire hy. six wicVela at Uinmnghjin. Oilord heat EcolUi.d by 34 rues at Oiford N'otahlc items