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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JUNE H, ms THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK MISS MOLLA BURJSTEDT CAP- i TURES CHAMPIONSHIP BY t DEFEATING MRS. GEO. WIGHTMAN LOSES IN MIXED DOUBLES Nervous At Start But Recovers Her .Brilliancy in Good Mrs. Wightman Out-Conditioned by Youthful Opponent NATIONAL Oliicago Philadelphia St. Louis............. HoHtOli.................. Brooklyn PlUshurg Cincinnati New York........... 26 20 21) 20 .25 25 '23 23 .481) II) -21 i ui-ooklyn 18 23 .Wfll FEDERAL W. L. Pel. Kansas City 80 22 .577 Ut-ooklvtl 27 23 .540 Piltsljutg 25 22 .532 Newark 2l> 23 .531 Chicago 27 24 .528 St 21 22 .522 Baltimore 20 28 .417 Buffalo 1" -358 SATURDAY GAMES Buffalo 2 7 2 Baltimore 3 7 2 Krapp and Blair Bender and Jacklilsch. Newark................................. 0 8 1 1 (i 1 uiul liiuiden Upham and H WOLVERTON SADLY HURT BY AUTOMOBILE Philadelphia, Pa., June Mllla Blurstedt, the young Norwegian star, today.won the national lawn ton. nlB. championship In singles, defeating In the final match at the Philadelphia Cricket'club, Mrs. George Wightman of the Longwood Cricket club of Bos- ton. The scores were 4-6, 0-2. 6-0. The victory ol Miss Bjurstedt marks the first time in the history of the championship that the title has gone to a foreign player. It was the second national title for the Norweg- ian for she won the indoor tennis .championship early in the year, short- ly after her arrival In this country. Her defeated opponent, who was Hotchkiss of Barkeley, Cal., be- fore her marriage, held the national title three times, having won it in 1909, 1910 and 1911. The champion- .shlp was won last year by Miss Mary of Los Angeles, who did not come east to defend her title. In thp tournament Miss Bjurstedt jepresented the West Side Tennis club ,bf New York; therefore, the Wissa- liicken at' Jsast, docs not leave .the "doited States, Loses in Doubles After winning premier honors in Miss Bjurstedt paired with Irving C. Wright of Boston essayed to the national championship in dou- bles, but went down to defeat before Wightman and Harry C. John- 'sou, also of Boston, 6-0, 6-1. There were many predictions that 'Mrs. Wlghtinan's experience and gen- .eralship would wia her the singles -championship again when the two ex- perts faced each other before several thousand persons. Alter the first few- games of the opening set, in which Miss Bjurstedt was visibly nervous and unable to do herself justice, there was no doubting her superiority. improve! as'Match Progresses lEarty in the match she was unable lo get the right length on her returns, so many-of'them went out of court and a number of others into the net. When once she warmed to her work, however, she displayed such brilliant tennis that for the most part she left Mrs. Wightman flat-footed. In the third set, when Mrs. Wightman was feeling the effects of the previous hard-fought sets, the young Norwegian girl's splendid physical condition en- abled her to grow stronger and strong- er, whfie Mrs. Wighman grew more weary. First Set Is Cloie Mrs. Wight-man's ua.ua! court craft very much in evidence in the first set and again she carried the play to Miss Bjurstedt. That the set. was ex- ceptionally well contested la proven by the point for Mrs. Wight- man and 36 for Miss Bjuratedt. In the second and third sets Miss Bjur- stedt played the side lines with suc- cess that was nothing short of re- markable, Always she played the ball an inch or two inside, usually finding 'Wightman far away, with not a .chance to make the "get." With the Bcore four games to one against her in the second set, Mrs. Wighman made a gallant, but despairing effort to cap- ture the match. The seven-minute rest between the second and third sets did not revive Mrs. Wighman's falling energy, for Miss Bjurstodt took the decider without the loss of a game. The Summary'' First set: San Francisco, Ca1., June 12. Wolverton, former v manager of the Now York v Yankees and at present in charge of the local Pacific v leaguers, suffered three tract- v u red ribs and a possible Injury v to his lungs when his automo- bile dragged him a block down hill last night. T cranked the ma- v :Chine and it started before he v could get out of Its path. His v clothing was caught and at the v i- end of a block the car crashed Into a telephone pole. y A U St: Luke's hospital today, v ff Wolverton's condition was said to he as favorahlo as could he expected. SATURDAY GAMES' j Boston .................................i 1'ittsburg ........................TV, Italian, Cooper, and Whaling and Uibson. Brooklyn 1 Cincinnati Cndorc, Atthison and Lear and Clark. 52 8 12 1 McCarty ENGLISH-BRED COLT ROYAL II. FIRST IN J1C.GOO STAKE RACE ACROSS THE LINE Cincinnati, Ohio, Juno II, an English-bred colt, owned by Jef- ferson Livingston of Chicago and New York, won the 32nd of the. tonla Derby at the Latonia (Ky.) race track today, by a Ml length. Tetan, the pacemaker until the closing six- teenth, was second, a length in front of Dortch, who tired rapidly toward the end after being a prominent con- tender the better part of the way. The race was worth to the winner, and he paid S4.80 for a tic- ket in the parl-mutuels betting. The day was fair, the track was fist, and the crowd was probably the largest Umt ever wended its way- through the 'Latonia gates. Royal II. was favorite in the bottms with Ejnerson Cochran a second choice. The latter was never a seri- ous contender ;after the first halt mile and finished last. Tetan, an out- sider in the betting, was reported to have been withdrawn early In the day, but Owner W Perkins decided to start him at the last moment, and the horse paid for a ticket to place and 18 40 for a J2 ticket for show. Dortch paid J4.80 for a 12 ticket for show. 1'hlladelpliia Clucago Maye I) Zabcl, Slandridgc and Brosnalpn. New York St. Louis Schauer Meadows and Snydcr. Moran Pratt. Chicago 360 Kansas City 5 10 1 i llendrix. llrcmiiin and Wilson, Pack- aril and 'Easterly. Pittsburg 170 St. Louis '1 10 0 Allen, Burger and O'Connor Plank and Hartley. SI'.NDAY GAMES First Pittsburg 593 St. Louis............................. 602 Knetzcr. Allen and O'Connor and 1! Berry Groom, Davenport, Crandall 1 and Hartley. and Smith; SUNDAY GAMES' Boslon o Chicaco nmlolphT lless and dowdy Vaugh.- Lavender and Archer.. an, Brooklyn St. Louis Pfefier, Cadore ana nohinsoii and Snydcr. 281 972 McCarthy New rain. York-Cincinnati, postpone! AMERICAN W. L. Pet. 31 21 22 21 22 23- Detroit Boston Washington.................. New York Cleveland....................... 20 26 St. Louis Philadelphia 18 32 SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis 5 New York Second Pittsburg............................. 160 St. Louis 2 6 1 Hearne, Rogers and Berry Cran- dall and Hartley. First BulTalo 0 Newark 5 Ford, Bcdicnt and Blair Moscly, and Raritlen. Second Bultalu Newark 34-1 Schulze arid Allen Kniserling, Bra- dow and Rariden. First .Chicago................................. 4 I'l 3 Kansas Cily 6 11 0 Black, H. Brown and Fisher; 17 .595 Main, Cullop, Packard and D. Brown. Second .489 Chicago .435 Kansas City 10 .360 NORTHWESTERN 0 Spokane W. L. Pet. Tacoma Hamilton, Perryman and Scveroid; Caldwcll and Sweeney. Detroit f> I Philadelphia li Dutnis Steen and McKce Shawkey 3i and Schang. Chicago Washington- and Schalk Bochling, Ayres and Henry. Cleveland............................. 4 7 1 Boston 5 12 2 Coumhe, lingernian, Jones and O'- Neill Gregg, Mays and Cady and Thomas, 21 25 Victoria 27 25 Vancouver 28 25 Aberdeen......................... 23 31 Seattle 22 31 SATURDAY GAMES Aberdeen Vancouver.................................... (Ten Tacoma........................................ Seattle. Spokane Victoria .596 .537 .519 .528 .426 .415 'BASEBALL TONIGHT -The Travellers and the Knox teams are slated for a city aroa- Athletic Park. The game was scheduled for last Friday even- hit, had to be postponed on account ol the rain. Bjurstedt 04554 2. 344 5-36-4 .Wightman 4637. 04601 7-37-6 Second set: AVightihan. Third set: Bjuntadt.'.. Wightman.. 4244416 4-29-6 1422244 2-31-2 4 4 6 4 6 4-27-6 0 2 3.2 3 0-10-0 MONTREAL BEAT CORNWALL June Mon- treals defeated Cornwall in a close Na- tional game yesterday, to 4. The teams had to play over- time to decide the contest, which was clean and interesting. baseball tilt.tonight at the Vancouver, B. C., June 13. New Westminster's Minto oup holders pro- vided the season's surprise on Satur- day, when they stepped out in tront in the championship series, defeating the Vancouver all stars 18 to 10, al- ter 30 minutes' overtime. It was a regular old-time rough and tumble affair with half a dozen playcrs-teing chased to the, side lines in the last quarter; for'.mixing. When the regu- lar time was up the timekeepers de- clared -that' New Westminster had won, 11 to 10, and the oupholders re- paired to their, dressing room. A dis- cussion arose -among the officials and after a 20-minute delay the teams re- turned to the field and just to show that they meant business the Royals slipped in ,twor- extra goals iu the overtime. MANN CUP-HOLDERS DEFEATED SATURDAY New WMtminitcr, :B.C., June VancouverV 6'ann cup holders were outplayed by the New" Westminster OH losing by a score of 4 to 1. The champions were never in the They presented a patch ed-up team, and were unable to break through the defence, ROSEDALE BEAT TECUMSEH3 Toronto, Ont, June on Tecumseh's grplmd ,Saturday, Rose- dale lacrofie .team'defeated the home team by 1 goals (u> 6, after a snappy game WORLD'S RECORD FOR LENTZ Mjktt Mill In 1032-5 on Half-Mile Trick Seattle, Wash., June Lent? today established what Is said to be a new world's automobile speed record when he drove Romano u mile on the half-mile dirt track at Madison park In 1 03 2-B The iiriivlolls record of 1.05 2-5 for a mile on a half-mile track WH held by Disbrow INTERNATIONAL W. L. Pet. Buffalo 'rovidence Richmond Montreal Toronto Jersey City .636 .571 H SATURDAY GAlffiS Rochester j> BuBalo Rochester Buffalo SUNDAY GAMES Victoria .Spokane........................................... Tacoma Seattle Tacoma Aberdeen.......................................... Vancouver......................................... ClElSt SUNDAY GAMES 3 I Richmond Newark Richmond Newark Providence Jersey City Providence Jersey City Toronto Montreal Toronto Montreal........... AM. ASSOCIATION W. L. Pct.- St. Louis, June McLean j the Giants' "White Hope" catcher B who mussed up Manager McGraw, 1 Scout Kinsella and 'others of the Gi- ants' club in a hotel lobby fight that n tornadoed out into the street and 'over several exclusive w'est end lawns at midnight Thursday, today exhibit- ed a bruised hand as evidence against a McCrraw that Larry gaspiped the op- ponents! .5 "I whipped McGraw and his .12 associates with ihy two said McLean. "I did not use a gaspipe." Then McLean told the rest of his 11 story. He said he had been promised by McGraw if he would "be- Indianapolis................... Louisville........................ Kansas City Milwaukee St. i'aul......................... Cleveland Columbus Minneapolis SATURDAY GAMES Kansas City have." On Monday he said Kinsella told McGraw that McLean had been drinking, and McGraw suspended the catcher first .for the season, then for thirty days and later lor ten days. "1 "believe it was a scheme to save said McLean. McLean .-also said .Do had been fined HOO and Tesreau the lat- ter for being routed by the Cardin als. Ho-predicted the Giants would finish far from first. 33 18 .647 38 21 .571 LOU BODIE LAID JACK 27 22 .361 ROOT LOW IN SECOND ROUND 24 25 .100 .-175'Giant Montana Boxer Put Portlandir 20 25 .44.1, out For Five Minutes 10 28 .flit 4> :-_____ 18 28 .391: Spokane, Wash., June I Bodle, the ff foot 614 inch Montana as Spirant to the heavyweight crown drew 4. a little closer to his goal, and Inci Columbus 5 i dentally gained a host of admirers last night, when, after one minute of fight St. Paul 0 in the second round, he straighten Indianapolis un Jack Root, the 2.15-nound husky from with a well-placed left Minneapolis..................................... jab to the ]RW' followed by a crushing Cleveland......................................... right to the same spot. The Portland SUNDAY GAMES Milwaukee Indianapolis............................ Kansas City Cleveland................................. Kansas Cily Cleveland Minneapolis Columbus ight to the same spi er went to the caiivas with a thud, ani It was five minutes before lie regain ed consciousness. It was. the same old- "one-two" that relegated Vic Her- 3 to'slumberland two or three weeks ago. .Ford, sporting editor of the "j Moose Jaw News, was killed in ac- St Paul i Aid. Frank H. Mann, of. Windsor, tl succumbed tf mouth yesterday or this morning. The. regiment reached Montreal Monday May 31, and sailed the next morning on the Granioian A two hour stop was made at Quebec: on Hhe-way out. The trln across the-ocean, there fore took just nine davs the regular schedule of the Grampian There were IbOO troons aboard, and Col Thomson the senior officer for i the journey BRITAIN DEMANDS.. REDRESS El Paso, Tex C Miles British vice consul yesterday tele graphed Geilerit Villa demanding pun i Hhmcnt ot Villa Boldiert reiponsib.e foi the iccent killing of foui and the wounding of one DriUsh subject at Tuxpam The message was sent On instiuctlons fio.n Sir Cecil Spring Illce, British Ambassador at Vfrlshing-, ton. J pearing up to 3 o'clock The he lines in the newipapers wording, but were similnf- iut5 ,to Among the captions were, "Amet Stands "A Very Solemn We Grave American Wunllf "A Grave Appeal." The note handed by Ambuwi Gerard to the German foreign ofl today is regarded in cles hoie as decidedly conciliatory tone, far more so than the firltjll ies reaching here by ca'ble had: the foreign diplomats to expsct. 'V NORWAY'S LOSS AT SEA IS London, June Tie Telegraph Co has recehnd from its correspondent at Vhd says that the Norwegian k bureau announce loat.29 tor ;