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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, June Peters Did the Pitching for Visitors and was Man in Box for Lethbridge Failed to Make by Wheeler When Too Late-Some Stellar Plays LEAGUE STANDING Kthbrldje. Siscleod Warner W. 5 When the esrciT completed their slaughter, in their hall ol the eighth the locals came in for s lone tally. An. error at short and or.e at- sec- P.O. ocd let Sfidubecher jet oa aad mike .626 1 tie circuit, iad Lethbridje scored no .685 more. Tbev down ia the ninth .105 n one, "two, tbiee order. an awful wUitropbe at the tri! wfe inwders r Latlmcr 'off; the frtiK the third out Seidenbecher'B was tht [wtures ot tie volnt vi He an ether double in tie whot jfurjnjr Wi Wa war alltr tti ilniflta, at tttond on e. forpa and at Unt bsr ______ nude thtlr fifti rutt lu afft the Vac Itft un- cOTtrei at oa Fditsfs steal. aeottar nide a tlmnt'oat their no ens to it Md tts hill got through Injon the niEnir want home In a watk." Hiu br Welii MaCirUr broajht the run in the siitb, ani la ih> tetenth Macltoi was Irom the ECorlng eolnma bf. a double play menUonxl already. In the elihtk the 1 Trro-base bits, Foster Holmes; thret-bite hits, Wells, Latl mer, -Steyera; bases on balli, off Noble 4; hit by. pitcher, by Noble 3; struct out, by Koflle 5 3, by Peters 3; irmtass pllchtd, by Koble 7VJ, by UTieeler nlays, aseiiieuVSeldenbeeher to to Meyers; Umo ot 2 tours; plrt, StorriEon.. XOTES OF1 THE G'AME The nrlding o! Latiraer at -short was fast "and defer. He coTered acres ol sroiart. Seidenhecier't work was also of a seDsatiooal character am honors between-the tvro shortstop! about ereilj- dlvWtd. Peters and McCarterYad1 the Leth bridge batterfi Nobls ani Lutsr, oiit- classeil Some of the local tjatsmen Tver.fl.if a_tree nhen they faced Peters. ;The vrtie hypnotized, br his puzzlin slants and swung like a bara door. Ncblt hai a imputation as a pitcb r.. In the from whence hs camo he is king ol the sranil pulfed off. Peteri WREPU.ER HURT AT TORONTO returning a a ferry tonight from ibe island, ird Blume ctliapsed, and was akcn to a hospital vihere lies In au ncoascJvus condition. Uluaip, who Is Troll-Known 111 pound boxer and istler, bad engaged in a wrestling out with another man at the island sfora a largo audience, and brown heavily, his head billing the BUT SOW-IT'S'THE-FLY Cartoon by Jas. rrl POLO' TEAMS CHANGE' THEIRTLINE-UPS Close -Match Expected Today ha8 been substilut' -at Meadowbrook slab and has-been cleaning up baseball coEflhinailons that funded hil Birons, Turin, etc. There, ia a good neat for his lick ol iorm last night. This was his real game be 6td pitched this lick rfrsc 6e restilt of last 'night's coatest puts Maclcod and Lethbildge oa CTen ttrms league standing. JENNINGS FINED New Jute 3 iraa announc- ed here todiy the sat- 5'on on M aaeger Jen- New York, June l3.--Uesp1le the ra- ther e'asy. victory of the United States team In' the opening game of the national polo a close contest is1 predicted in the second game ?lth the English Cup challengers at the owhrooV dug Held tomorrow. Vari- ous factors contribute to thJa imprea- alon, includlcg the logs of; "Monte" at Xo 2 on the defending !our. In order to use Sloddarl to the beat H has teen decided to move the New en player up to Xo, j, shifting back to the position usually by hla brother, who 13 out of tho series as a result of broken fSngere, 'due to a-ulow mallet In Tuesday's game. Tha nlngs, of Detroit club, of the Am- steeled and Flelii tot out. Bender ilsglea and Wtlls and LMlroer 'biSea a trielo Jftcce. JlcCarttr hit for a baea and Foattr doubled. Firo ruts came acrosi end WhetHr "went in the box and locKed the gate, He Tied Them Up peters played with the Leth- biidge titamen. He had the favorites tie! up in a sack and iugs'.cd with them as ho ii'tcd. In the fusl innings at bat Erar.s made first on a lots- throw by third to first and LuVtr oti in the same way hy a lumble second Campbell followed with 3 ground hit to scoring Eratii, then Peters stttck out Scideatech.tr, Mefers and Moore in a tow, Fovit- Uen ram only lactd Fe'ets in the lout scoreless Lethttidje In- nings, and in the sixth with the score 4 to 1 the locals slatted something lalftestlng. Campbell hil tor a hasc iut out on- SeWenbKter's grounder, while Ssldesbtclict went to first safely. Meyers neit made the hit- of game, a thres-bagger OTtc'left (tld'i head, scoring Moore .'made second out oi't'fiouadtt to stort anil ttlieeler DIiM.'s place at ths bat 'aijd scoring Meyers. Sfira next .tip couldn't fathom Pet- fti' fclivetj'. siiuck out, of a floe. I league, by President Ban John- t IHUfl oa the payment change "wilt 'up tho American force to tome and no substi- tute worth Waterb'iry'a skill with mallet and moyot can fit into the com- bination at the eleventh hour and co- operate with the nicety of a veteran Ilka "Monte" Water A eb-RGgo In the English line-up wl NEW WALKING London. June new nailing ecoid for three hours catabllsh- d here last Bight by II. V. L. Koss. It covered 21 miles 347K jarile. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES BOSTON BEAT Cincinnati, Juno by unching hits when they counted most, most, won tho Eecocd gaino o! .he BDrlea from Cincinnati today, 6 ;o 4. Doston In tho ;irft inning, when they obtained lour rjns, knocking out of tho box. Packard iucceedeil Ames pltchej HIGHLANDERS WIN AGAIN XCT York, June York to- day again dtfeated Deitolt ID an ei- game, 4 to 2. Ford had a lit- tle the better of Dubuo lu a pitcher's and the Now Yorker liad tho better support. A stop and throw by Preckinpaugh pulled Tord out of a tight In tho s airlj: ball, holding Boston to 1 Detroit 2 5 mas and eeven hits- Perdue al- owed tour runt and eight, hits, all he- ng esccjl In the fourth anil seventh Innlnga." carried off ;be taltSng Uoaora, jnaktaj three hits, rcluding a home run, Boston 6 10 1 CincIimaU 80 aud Vhalicg PacV- aid atd PRH.LIKS HIT RIGHT St. Louis, June was nvincible in all but ihe final Inning today, while Harmon was hit TvDen hits meant runSj -Philadelphia irln- g from St. 6 to 2. St IiOuls could not buncji hits oH Brenuan un- til the ninth Inning, when three sin- gles and an out gave them two runs. In tte second Inning Gathers, playing right field for St. loule, after cntch' [ng Cravath's Jong lly, craahsd into the fence fracturing hla left Philadelphia 5 10 1 St. Louis 3 GO anrt Dooia Hammond and McLean. SINGLED 15th Boston, Juca for extra ases ia tho ninth inning today, en- bUd Boston to tie tha score at 6 to S. and St. Loula ivent dosrn to defeat iho thirteenth Inning, 7 to 8. Tie visitors BECureu a big lead In tho eighth, Tfhon O'Brien -weakened. Hall Buccc-eded O'Brien In the ninth, and nlloKed but four hits during tho last York Dubuc and 4 Vord 73 and Innings. In the final, Hop- lier had been retired by Wa'.Eb, YerJiei tind Speaker received hasta on balls, tho former scoring the Tvlnalng run on Louis' single to centre. St. Louis 6 IB 2 Boston 7 13 1 Hamilton and Agnew; Hall and Carrigan. ed for Captain Noel .Edwards at No. 2 of the cup challengers' formation. This .-e-arransement is said to be due to the fact that Captain Edwards has been off forin during the past weei in both hitting and riding. Freake, who will take his place, s a veteran ot international polo, 1 ns been at No. 2 for England In the matches or 1902 and 15M. Invaders Stronger Than Befcre Just what the result of these thlf a the two combinations will be, polo experts are unable to forecast. It la Lhe general impieislcrj, hoireyer, that tho invading line Jviil to stronger ttan the four of last Tuesday. U is cer- tain that the American team will be unable to the challengers as they did in the flrzt gome, since the i will bring out thch- tfest pon- ies for the- opening period of prepara- tion for Just such iacfics. on the outcome'of tomor- 1739 at even money CANADIANS LOSE IN AM ATEUR BOXING BOUTS AT CLEVELAND LAST NIGHT Cleveland, June long-dis- puted question o{ amateur boxing feu- preraacy between the'United States and was eettlcd hare .last night at tie Cleveland A. C., teams cbmpoied of amateur athlelic union champions from bolh sides ol the border clashed, and tho Americans won tour out of tivo bouts, no de djlon being given In tho sixth. The Vjouls -were between boxers, of tie central A-A.U. cnam- Jonshlpa, anJ inter-clty mitchea wilh Buffalo, ar.d netrolt. Tflo Canadian team was picked from tho -winners of the recent amateur ath- SUI'EHBAS PLATED RAGGED BALI, Chicago, June n played a ragged game in tfto field today, and errors, coupled with bunched fall Chicago the-long end of an -sl- oven-innings contest, 1 to 6, and also third pplace in race. Pierce pitched in (InVforml .Bajon aecirae replaced by Stack, Tiho filleil the bases In. Chi- cago's ninth inning. AHen took the mound nna .jatlred the Bide on BtrlXe-outs. Allen vraa injured In tno trying to field a bunt from Evera and to tho club- Brooklra 6 7 Chicago ..................-7 U Allen, Curtis end Er- ivin Pierce and Archer and Dresaa- han. ATHLETICS BBAT CfjETOLAND Philadelphia, June In the thlr- teenlh Inning of today's1 game, Barry Mt for two bases, and Schang follow- ed witb a bunt on which mada a wild throw, allowing Barry to score. Thua did Philadelphia win from Cleve- land, 2 to 1. Jlltchell and Bender both pitched great ball. Cleveland 62 row's MOTOH BOAT RACE Hamilton, Bermuda, June return race between tbs boats Barbara Y., Dream %and Tocsaoi Bermuda to Philadelphia, has been fix- ed to start at tea o'clock on Tuesday also mark the second game, for F. morning from David's Light. that you get "Fioi de Cigars ia thc> result of 10 years experience in Wending Havana tobaccos. In "flor ds you get ths sweet, rich, mellow flavor of the choicest Santa Clara none of the bitter Uste. of ordinary Cuban cigars. "Flor de Is A Blend To Please The Popular Taste It ie a yst wlbfying looVmg a generous smoke, for the tnoaey. The fiavorTvill certainly appeal to you. your for "Flor Ctaf J. BRUCE PAYNE LIMITED, OKANBY.'P.Q, lellc union tournament at Toronto. The bouts resulted aa follows: 124-pound' Asklns, To- ronto, defeated W. Segert, Cleveland, six rounds. 105-pound Cleveland, defeated Barney Snider, Toronto, four rounds. 125-Pcund Kilg'ain, Cleveland, defeated Frank Gallagher, Toronto, four rounds. 135-pound Slosh, Clerc. land, defeated Mlk0 Sullivan, Toronto, lour rounds. 186-pound J. Segert, Cleve- land, defeated Cbas, Asking, Toronto, our rounds. lift-pound GIANTS BEAT -PIRATES AOAIN Pllitburg, Juno select d Friday, tho thlrtcantb, as the. day cr his return to active playing after lis retirement in 1311, but'despite his iresence iu left field, Xew Vork took he second gatno of tho'eerles, 3 to 2 Sensational work by the -visitors In he- TJfcmareo on sevcra iccasions. Vcw York 3 H ittshurg 2 72 Dernaree and ar.d Wilson Adams and Coletnan. you fno iraua "Fiord- f Watch the Adi "FJor tt Cleveland, vs. Tommy Regan, Toron o, four rounds, no doclelon. On the contestant weigh I eg tn for the ]ast> named boud H was found Rcj was overweight, and It was decided no decision ihoyld to given. Root, 'MladelriWa 2 71 Mitchell, Kaler and Land aid Cat sen Bender and EXCITING COXTE3T aEhlnuton, B.C., Juaa won. the second gam a ot the iere, an exciting affair, C to ,4. For a limn U appeared that the Tlsltors would mafce a runaway of tbe game. They acorefi lour runs, and lunies out of the in tho third, jut Mullin, vrho him, held .hem Tunless for four Inuingg. Walsh pitched seven Innings and TTIS reliev- ed by Russell' Khon be began to ken. Tn tho eighth Wtitfrr caught between third haae and homa and ion flown. 3bafee, left fielded mado put-out tbo plale. Chicago BO 434 Russell octl Schalk Hughes, ulUn and Henry. In Hearty Meat "You can reach Q man's heart through hla quoted tbe wise guT- "I wonder If the missionaries who go to the cannibal iRlflrirls think of auggeated the almple mug. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES International TORONTO COiteB BACK Montreal, today carac to the front and won two games from Montreal. Ttie pitching of Brant and Oaw was chtcNy responsible. The Ir.Utr, who waa Tilth last season, belisved ifaa.v'itend and tod ths Royals popping up almost 33 taBt they came FIQHTERS TUMBLED OUT OF RING AT ATLANTA Atlanta, Oa Jane Savage waa Injured fn Che third round of scheduled ten-round bout with Hallor While hero tonight, whon tho mtn who were clinching, fell to Ihe mala floor, a distance uf several feet. Savige Elruck heavily his head and shoulders, the llga- mtnts ot hie neck. WMIo nas imin- Jured. Tbls put an end to the fight. Toronto Montreal........... 1 Irani and Oraham; Madman. H, 'Second gamo! Jfor.lreat a 5 3 ....271 McGajer and DILLON "AND CAPONI MATCHED Winnipeg, Juna Lillon, of ol Iho mldclle- ehamplosshlp, and Toay Cap- onl, ol Chicago, have been notched to box twelve rounds la Winnipeg on June '-'J. -I 2 dan' linrnea. ni JJemis; Averett, Burho ami chtBlw U 14 C Buffalo 551 Qufnn ar.it Wllfama; Dccbo and longe. SHno and Kocbcr; Hlgeins. r BaltimorS......'... Jeraey Dtnioith and Eg5 Blair, 2 3 Alcblton 1 2 Davia S 3 7 1 and 5 1 7 3 and New Tork, Juse Globons, of St. Paul, knocked out Yoang Aiwru, of Urooklyn, lu the femrtU rojnd of I scheduled tea round bout Madison 1 Square gardens The tlahtlois was fast throughout, and up to tho knockout It was an txHoltlou ot clev- er ooiiog, ultU Gibbons too aggressor. Ahern used his left ulib good effect, at tloso iiusile-3 Olbbout favor- cd a risut jib to hody. A right to the head staggered Ahern In Ite fourlh. Gibbons followed un his oa- j vantage. E> rlsht to the jatv, and I right uppercut, cndlnj tho battle. I Gibbons' was 149 Aherei 141. Tom Gibbons, brother of Mlie, out- pointed Jack DtnnlnR, ot thU cllr la a ten roucd bout by a strong finish tn Iho final round. Glbbona had tc'e bet- i ter of third, fltih, elshlh and I tenth rounds, and hti opponent off the fo-jrtli, sUlh and tevenlh. Tha other rounds were even. Gib- Lous had fl pound tho better of Dea- nlus, who weighed 153. f Association Minneapolis 7, I-oulsvlllc 3, Kan- sas City 7, Indianapolis 5. Columbus 7, St. 1'aui 3. Toledo 6, MllwaukE8 NortlMVCStftMl Vancouver 3, T'Mllnnd 2. Kcattlo Victoria 3, SpoVana-Tacoma, tain. 5, Winnipeg flrantl Forks 5, St. Paul 1. Superior I, Yimona 0. Duiulh 24, Virginia 13. Caiiiiilinn London C, llcrlin 4, Vctrrlioro 7, Ottawa K Uuclph II, Urantlord 8, St. Thom'aa 4, Hamilton 0. Pacific Coast Oakland 8. San Francisco 4. Sac- ramento 4, Venice 0. Utilizing Gravity Man (on What are 5011 row. Ing with that in tba bow of (is fctat lor, FaV! Shure, na' K it was in tho slsrn, Couldn't I bo rowin' yphlll all lime? An' Ihls way I'm TOwln'. (lov.nhlll all tho Yale Record, ;