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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE'VHBRIDflE DAILY HERALD Friday. Juno WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES _i Dominion Day Here Will be Made Lively by Big List of Track and Field Event to be Contested at Fair Grounds in Feature Run in Morning in City POLO TEAMS IN PRACTICE FOR FINAL MATCH NTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WILL BE DECIPED HEADOWBROOK AT TINKER AND KNABE "GET IT" FOR FIOHTINC New York, Joae ent Ljnch. of ihe National lea- gua suspended and lini-d J25.0C each, yesterday. Manager Tluk- 'j er, of th.e Cicc'.Miali club, ar.d ff -Second Baseman Knabe, of tho Philadelphia Uim for fighting during the game at Cincinnati yesterday. Both men will be The proposition to make Letlibriilgc Ihe centre of altrac- lion in tlic field of athletics of Southern Alberta on July 1st. is H go and tlie program as mapped out by the promoters, at tlieir meeting in the parlors of the Y. M. C. A. is one thnt will no iloub; bring the best athletic talent in this part of the country together if not some of the stars of the north, for the meet is for Ihe greater part thrown open to the province. Messrs. McCnrly, 1-ilinore, Rawortlr, Hoss, Jack, McGouky, Wood, Stevens, Gihnore and Chishohn were the gentlemen at the meeting last night who brought the affair to a head and their names speak volumes for the success of the venture. The meet will be held under the auspices, of the local Y. M. C. A. and will lake place af the exhibition track commencing 1.30 in tliu afternoon of Dominion Day. The events to be contested include: ICO- dash; half-mile run; hammer throw; 220-yard dash; shot put; one-mile run; running high jump; 410-yard dash; pole vault; fives-mile run; running high jump men aside on deals with time limit. Local events: Obstacle nice for boys under 1R; nail driving race for girls under IS uld-man's race, years'and over, 50 yards; fal plan's race, 200 pounds and over, SO yards; motor cycle race. The foregoinj cvenls will be run in the order named with the exception o the. five mile race, which will be run off in the dorvn town. This race, will be the feature event of the .meet. Entries for the meet will close Saturday, June 28. V. R. Gil- more is secretary of the sports committee and all entries must be sent in to him at the Y. M. C. A. on lime. The promoters intend tc mnke the Dominion Day meet au annual affair and they are working hard to make the first one as attractive as possible. The prizes are not yet ready to be nrinoinicelTbut. assurance is given that they will not be average, but better than usual. Nesr Tort, June the Eng- lish American polo teams had light practice today, the English play- ing 03 the field of Join S. Hhipps at Westbwy, while the Americans con- fined themselves to the third field at The Americans made effort at combination or team play, but devoted an hour to goal ehootln; and exercising their ponies. Slod- dard, who will be So. 1. with Larry Waterbury it No. 2, played with much more confidence than ba Tuesday, and t is believed he wlil be a formidable opponent to Captain Chfspe on .Sat- urday, The English team lined up with Captain Cheape No. 1, Captain F. M. Freak No. 2, Lord Wodehouse No. 3, and Hemy C. Phipps, back. They were opposed by a miied team, who cut In and out. and were composed of John S. Phipps, Rene Lamontagne, Rene D. Straight, Captain Rilson, Cap- tain Lockett, Carieton Burke, W. -M. Thomas Lebo.itilller, and How- ard S. Phipps. The game was won by the English by a score of 6 to 5, and was fsirly good. In the fourth period of tip game Ll- monlagE6's pony fell and rolled over his'rider, who, however, v.as uninjur- ed and continued in the same. The two international-teams will rest to- morrOTf for' the final effort1 on Sat- urday. The field Is In eicellent shape., ineligible Tues- day. National NEARLY SHUT OUT Chicago. Juna bunched Its off Ruckcr tcday, and won the irst of liic- series, C to 1. Hum- phries was in fine form and tbe visitois to sis hits, oaly Wo of which were bunched. These, with the aid ot A sacrifice fly, saved Brooklyn'a NOVICE GAVE WELSH SOMEWHAT OF A SURPRISE BRITISH LIGHTWEIGHT CHAM PION IN FIFTEEN ROUND BOUT AT VANCOUVER GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES shutout. Brooklyn .Rucker. and Miller Humphries Archer. 6 3 13 0 acd Fisher; RAIN WAS A FACTOR .June robbed XiucTof what Icwird like a Bute uc- "ti.sj met Mouse Jaw tonight- Hasi- kiu was (Hcliing great ball auii bl-mke.l tl.o Millers lor four rounds- Kcalon olsu going along f-nf, al- though hit hauler than KanVic. In last o! Ili9 fouith v.lit-n the rah was coining dt.wu quite steadily, bo'.ii Scatou and Ms support bhppcd. The lied scored Uo runs ubich tl-jT uYs.-rvcd, then Ib; dsvdop- rd itito a reverse fxhibitiou, the locals trying to get ont and trjiiig to prevent Kcjrlna coulil j.ot l.elp scorlns two mure runs befur? tho umpire called the came lor thirty minutes in American MORGAN WON GAMK Washington. Juno drive I hope that the shower would erase. le by Morgan in tho ninth luulng today iiiid r.ct, ar.ii Itegina lost a chance to with second base occupied, won an add to its scant total of victories, uphill game for V.'ashlugtoa from Chi- cago, 5 to 4. and raised the locals to third' j'lace. Tee visitors threatened to drive Groom from the In In tho tarly POLICEMAN TOOK A HAND Saskatoon, June 12. Saakatooa woo wsily fiom Mcilicmfl Hat today ALEXANDER WAS STRONG St. Louis. June was strong at critical stages, while Phila- delphia hit Burke at opportune tines, Tinning the first game of tbe series from SL Loula, 7 to 5. Alexander's batting was a feature. Philadelphia S H 2 St. Louis IUU-, I J JI HI'' ID Ihe ninth Moeller beat wht" nllss a decibion of the um- wd tlo oRidal. HUM liV tn and icok second on a hit to short, and 1 tcok game. Chicago Washington Cicotte, Scott and Schalk and Henry. Vancouver, Juna Camp- bell, practically unknown In fistic cir- cles, came io lie-front tonight. TiheQ he garo Freddie the' British lightweight chanson a great argu- ent over the fitieen round route. Al- hough having a shade at the fin- h, Welsh's showing: was disappoint- eg. while Caiuphell surprised the ans Tvilh his wonderful stowing ag- the more experianccd mm. Welsh had it all over his opponent n the Infighting, but Campbell show- d best at long range. In the third ound a short uppercut caughi Camp- ell on the; point-of the chin and daz- d htm for .a- fewjseconds, but he nme bacX and-.Tis-lilnting strong at he finish. INTERMEDIATE CALLIES VICTORS BASEBALL TABLES INTERMEDIATE STANDING ClllifS Bankers S. O. E. Oreneas The football "game hetween.the.Cal- and Overseas last nljht Tras E wbitewiislvsnd the Callu-s strength- ened their lead. The Overseas line-up [was composed of many new players, and they lacked the combination. H. Linning Ehot the first goal on-a pass from the wing by Mckane. in :he first half. Tennznl scored the second goal on a page, and Linning registered the third. The last--two IB. Overseas were awarded K pc-n- 'but the Gillies goalkeeper. Mil- ler, made a spectacular full-length PhHadelrhla New Tort. Brooklyn Chicago Pittsb-jrg St. Boston Cincinnati '._. National w. '-25 23 2C 21 22 19 ,-lS P.C -.63 .36 I 7 2 5 11 2 Groom ilemarkable Ball Team is Likely to Come Here FrornjMontena Aleiandcr and Killiter; Steel, Burke and and Koberts. I HITS OFFSETT ERRORS PHUburg, June badly, but hilling the ball hard at theirlght Tort took the first game of the series from Plllsiurg this noon, 6 to 5. Camnltz was hatted bard In the second and eighth Innings and In each of these the visitors scor- ed three runs. Behind Tesreau XCTV York played bad ball, five errors having a lot to do with Plftsburg scoring. New York.........C..-..... Piltsburi Testeau, Crandall and Meyers; Catnnitz, Robinson and Gibson. TRIPLE PLAY BY- BOSTON Cincinnati, June triple play engineered by Maramllle and Meyers, of the Boston team, put a'llecidediy quick ending to the opening game be- tween Boston and Cincinnati today, the visitors winning by a score o! 7 to 5. Boston 7 i2 1 3 84 Hudolphe and Whaling; Suggs and larke. MedieiM ilat .........._ 2 84 Saskatoon 8 94 Schneider anil Bliss aad BorlesVta Manning and Walters. CLEVELAND LOBT CLAYTON WAS AIR-TIGHT TO ATHLETICS I Edmonton, June 19 Clayton Philadelphia, Juno pitched aupech bail in the opening made. Sis first appearance of the sea-jgninc o! a long home series, shutting son here today, and in a hird fought game Philaijelphla won Ihe Ecore ot C to 1. Kddle riauX the visi- tors Wanted wHK the help of two double rlays, until tho ninth, naen out Calgaiy to 0. Not a bronk got past secor.d base. A double by Vivian and a single by Streib wcie the sum -total of the efforts. Clayton held them UUUUIC H.V- Jackson bounced the hall into the left hjtlcss until dov.-n In tho steady I? 11 iteU bleachers for a hotne run. Falkenborg pitched good ball, ex- copt iu the sixth, when Eddie Murphy rtached first on n scratch hit, and scored on two -wild pitches. In the third the locals" sot tViO hits which, with a wild throw by Johnson, helped lieni to their first run. In the eighth Lttivelt hat'-ed for Falkunberg and tbsn Blandlng did the pitching. The locals got to htm lor three safeties, anu these with Grane.y'3 innff of Bar- ry's fly that Turner should .havo Uk- en netted four runs. Cleveland I Philadelphia C Falkenberg, Blanding Plank and Lapp. and O'-N'cil; On a letter head 1 American tave. Wanless snowed up in good Btylo for the Overseas. Philadelphia Cleveland Chicago Detroit 3L Louis TOURNAMENT AT CITY TENNIS COURTS The courts ol the city tennis club present a more- than lively appear- ance Just now, belus the scene of a lonroament for cljo members. It which five events are embraced. events inchide: Raftorth open single challenge cup; handicap men's sin- gles; bandUan doubles; mixed doubles handicap, End ladles' singles. Four matches have been played to date. Mason Beat Emerson, 6-2 and and Francis beat Raworth, 7-5, E-10 and 6-4 In the preliminaries of W. 3S 35 2T 23 21 20 13 L. 11 16 25 23 25 33 37 35 P.C. .776 .ess -.528 .389 .351 'Association i W. 1 cc...... 33 I the Baworth cup matches. In the j-' handicap men's doubles, Oliver and Henderson McCHnton and Mc- Arthur, 7-5 and 64. In the men's sin. glee, Francis beat Hecderson, 7-5 and 6-4. Louisville St Paul KicsaE City. Minneapolis JOHNSON OIVEN FIVE DAYS' MORE FREEDOM In Whiih to Secure an Appeal Before Going Behind the Bars for Year Chicago, June Johnson, negro heavyweight prize fighter, ob- tained tire more days of freedom, when7 Federal Judge Carpenter today granted him five days to prepare a writ of error 10 bvicg the negro'a case hefore Ibe United States Court of Appeal. Johnson was sentenced to a year and a day in the state prjEC-n, when he was convicted of violation of the Mann White Slave Act. Toicoo 23 2n 2S 25 23 20 24 25 27 28- 28 34 P.C. .583 .DDl '.510 .503 .471 .451 .370 tearing the inscrip- tion "The' Fastest "iUl-home, non-salar- ied team'lii'tic man- ager of thej 'Montana, baseball team writes the': following to Manag- er TVheetefyf the.fecal club: Vatier, Mont, June 1, 1513 Wallace Wheeler, Mgr., Baseball Tteam, ridge, Jflberta. Dear reply ,w an article seen In'Great FalJs say tha we will be glad to'-atransa a serle o! two or Ihree.games in your city a any time, preferably'along middle o July, say a Saturday and Sucda game. We have had the best ball team i this part of tho Elate for the past four seasons and have cleaned them II up, Great Falls, 'Conrad, Shelby, Cut Cboteau, etc. "e are fortunate In having a bunch 3f home players who have played ball n various clubs .hroughout the states and drifted in lore to thla new town. Minor Games International 'oionlo Montreal S 2 16 Hearne and Graham Dale, Smith ar.d Burns. HIGHLANDERS BEAT TIGERS Now York, June York won the first game ol the series with De- troit by a score of 2'to 1, the winning run being scored'In the ninth iunlu With two out Hartaol doubled '.o le! end Caldwell ran for him. Cnldwe! scored on Midkiff's single to centre. Manager Jennings, of the Tigers, has been indefinitely suspended by President Johnson, of the American league. icventh. Hcesc also pitched lall aitcc tho thfrd inning. Clayton fanned seven, wliile Rresa ailed to whifi.ji man. Score: Calgary 0 4 Reese and Roche Clayton .lark. 2 S 83 and Rochester. UuRalo Martin and Holmes and Lalongc. Providence Newark u, n Detroit New York Lake and Qossett. Kondeau I 52 2 0 0 Schultz and Providence BASEBALL TONIGHT Lethbridge vs. Macleod -AT- Athletic Park 0.46 Southern Alberta Baseball League International W. L. 30 15 :o 23 23 24 Ntwark........ 30 Buffalo......... 29 Rochester Toronto Jersey City 24 22 25 23 28 27 .612 .532 .513 .511 .478 .463 .40) .400 Australian Cricket Team Wins in East With Ease Reisigl, Lafitte, Donovan 'and On- slow Lee, Ensraann and Higgins. Baltimore 2 92 Jersey Cfty 7 80 McTigue, Morisctte and Btrgen Brandon and Blair. Association Kai.sas City Indianapolis......... 7 12 HIT AT THE IUGHT MOMENT Boston, June hitting by Boston, and good pitching by Bedlent enabled the locals to defeat St. Loul today. 3 to 2. Boston scored first on a pass to Hooper and triple. In tie sKth Yerkes doubled, went to third on Speaker's out nt lint, and scored the tie-Ing run when Lculs got an Infield hit.' Yfrkes doubled again in the eighth and scored (ho winning run on Gardner's single to left. St. Louis......'............ We would demand a'gauranteo of Khoades and Kntchell; penses with privilege ot gate, and Cotter. _____ Wo are 19 miles northwest of Conrad, Mont., on the West-lM.. 1 am ern rails-ay. In the centre ot the large] Kaiserling MACLEOD WILL HAVE 'BUNCH ROOTERS Jasoball Fans Coming to Game Match for "Chuck" Wray Next Week Macleod> June automo- bile owners InU-nd going to Leth- hridge on Friday afternoon to sea the baseball game there, and a large number of fans will accompany tlia team1 on the train, them right ibrough to .Warner on Satur- day. Macleod expects to win again, although It is hoped tho game will not e- so much of a burlesque as tho match here on Wednesday. Peteis will pitch for Maclood, and it is qulto that will remain bc- ilnd tbe hat for this game, as his iork there is more than satisfactory. Every iiereon who witnessed tho game on Wednesday, when "Chuck" tVray was accidentally spiked by a Macleod base-runner, waa very dis- appointed nt this occurrence, and, no doubt, a good crowd will attend tbo benefit game to he held for "Chuck1' in Lethbridge next Tveeli. Boston 342 3 9 CANADIAN LACROSSE TEAM WON ACROSS LINE Baltimore, June Toronto Athletic Club's Incrosse learn defeated an all-star John Hop'xlna team at Homewood field today by a score 4 to 3. Valler, Mont, irrigation project Let me hear "from you and unless you have a Class B league hall club, wo will make: It interesting for you. Respectfully, Dr. C. D. Powell, Manager.and 2nd Columbus Gardner and James Smith JENNINGS OET6 "HIS" New York, June Jen- nings, "manager of the Detroit dub of the American loagye was notified yes- jterday ot his Indefinite by President Johnson, for alleged ab- Toronto, June two nays usive langnage to Uraplro Ftrguicn, in game- between the Australians _ and ,he game at recently. AIl-Tonratos won by the Cora-i ,____ stalks by 242 runs this aile-moon. Without a desire to disparase the efforts of the locals, it can te ajid that the visitors could hare won by good many more. Good sportsmen hat they are, however, they decided o give the crowd a tun lor their; money and the homesters 3 chance to redeem their poor showing witb the hat in the first Ir.nings. They have, at least, the dual satisfaction o) making the best score yet registered against the on the pres- ent trip, and also dismissing them for the smallest number of The batting of the All-Toronto was in striking contrast to that which chjractenwd their venture oa Milwaukee Toledo Cutting and Hughes; Baskett ar.d Devogt. Ko other games scheduled. CHEW M A P L E SUGAR TOBACCO Wednesday. Admitted that Corn- HILD, 8WEET, MELLOW and JUIC' did not ufimasi their teiviest batteries until th? inninrs were well Manufactured by on, yet none o( those who pctlorrned i with the hall can be as sec-1 HOCK CITY TOBACCO CO. oad iQutbee till Northern Winnipeg 9 Minneapolis 2 Superior 0. Virginia 6, t. Paul 18, Grand Forks 8. Canadian St. Thomas 11. Hamilton 0. Ouclph Brantford 6. Peterboro 1, Ottawa 0. Ondoi 10, Berlin 3. Northwestern Vancouver 3, Portland 2. Spokane 1. Victoria 6, Seattle 4. PSCKEY TO BE TRIED NEXT THURSDAY Calgary, Juno trial 't of Atlhur tor manalsug- 4 ID connection with the detth of Luther McCarly on May M, will oren here on Thursday hefore Chief Jiisllco Ilarrey, with a jury. Tho trial of Tommy Burns will not take place till the fall. ;