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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, .TUNE 15, 191 THE LUTHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREW 001 IN THE Baseball Game Played in Rain-Travelers Again Victims of Well Played Contest, Losing by One Run in Last Innings WILLIAMS AND BERTRAND PITCHED A FINE GAME L. Pet. 1 .760 1 .667 3 .000 The league standing North Ward ,._............. 2 JJ. C. 0 Lcthbridgc city amateur baseball leaguers, like the farmers, thrive in Wie rain. The game last night at the lAUiIetic Park between Knox and the Travellers, played tinder water- toakcd conditions, and it was a peach of a contest. The scores bear out the fact. Knox won by 5 to 4, squeezing in the winning run in the last Innings when Bang's grounder was bootoil at short and McPhee tingled and hit Sang in with one 'down in the last half of the ninth. Jn the sixth the Travellers ted 4 to B. in the eighth Knox tied up the ecore when Dimsworth's artful base- Ktealing, coupled with an infield er- ror and a wild throw brought him home and Bond latterly scored by the tame method along with a hit by i fflansch. The teams entered into the last session with the score tied and climax of tha contest was rcach- A very fair crowd braved the wea- ther ami they spoke in glowing terms of the %ame after it was over. The box scores: Knox- AB.K.H.I'O.A.K. Sang, ri.......... Campbell, 3h. Mcl'hce, 2b....... Johnsnn, If....... Dunsworth, cf. Bond, c. Williams, p....... Hansch, Ib....... Livingstone, ss. Travellers- Scott, If. Scrhey, s: Wray, Putnam, 2b. _._ Wise, cf. ._.......... Green, Lombard, Ib...... Bertrfind, p......... Henderson, ri...... BASEBALL 00000 I) 2 1 10 0 1 1 9 1 0 35 5 527 7 3 AB.R.H.PO.A.B. .50000 5 0 (I 2 0 1 0 1. 0 1 2 rd. Features of the 3C 4 5x28 12 li xOne out when winning run was scored. 150 gamo were Travellers ._______020 002 the KBOK ,___..............-..100 001 .'hiladelphijli........... Pittsburg Alexander and Ki'ilifer; Mamau: and Gibson. Boston-Chicago: Postponed, rain. lers and Williams for Knox, along Svith daring and successful base-steal- ing by Sang and'Dunsworth. Hen- llerson, the Travellers' right fielder, and Putnam their second baseman, too played perfect baseball. Them were some misplays, but un- iieor tho conditions rt is surprising jOiat tliero were not mora The ball lot the most part was covered with Jnud and made pitching difficult for ithe slab artists and throwing gener- ally hazardous. hits, Honder- ton, Bertrand suurifice hits, John- son struck out by Williams 8, Scott, Serhey 2, Wray, Wise 2, Green, Bertrand by Bertrand Campbell 3, McPhee 2, Johnson, Wil- liams 2, Livingstone first base on halls, off Williams 5, off Bertrand 3 stolen bases, Bertrand -2 Lombard, Putnam 2, Sang 3, Dunsworth 3 wild pitch, Williams 2, Bertrand dropped third strike, Wray. Time of game-1.40. Umpire T. Evans._______ Chicago...... Boston....... Detroit...... New York Washington Jleveland..... St. Louis Philadelphia DEFEATED CLUB BY TWENTY-SIX RUNS The Lethbriiige Cricket' club played1 IHleir in tho Southern ..-Al- berta CrricWt League, on Saturday., at Macleod. lUter a most interesting game LcthBridge won by 26 tuns. rPhe outstaiyllng feature of the Lefch- tcidze inntfgs was a line display of. batting Phillips. A. W. Holt, D. W. and W. B. Turner al- butted liven. For the CKUes- pie and Sjackberrj-, both played good innt Although both fceirns have lost a numter of their good men owing to the war there (are still a number of good cricketers left. NEXT MATCH The next match is to .be played on June 26th, on the Lethbrtdge ground at Henderson Park. All those inter- ested in cricket should make an. ef- fort to be present as the teams are well balanced and there should he, a very interesting game. WHO'3 WHO AND WHY IN BIG LEAGUES JUST NOW Chtca A, 'Juno 13. New oatttng geadersliave appeared in the Nation- leagues this week, but fetill the only .-100 hitter in the continues in front in Jiericau. published here today, in- the games of last Wednesday i' biff leagues and only those k who have participated in 10 contests, 5 part show that Manager L, despite his illness, which has bim much on the side lines, is the paca in the Federal and -chneider, the Cincinnati pitch- Bth an average of .381 for 11 is leading- the National, i Daubert of Brooklyn is crowd- closely.1 was formerly with with .262. Johnstons, Piltebutg, lia! tied Saier for base stealing honors with 13, but the Chlcagoan is still the leading run-getter with 30 and the leading slugger with total bases numbering llil, including 19 doubles, eight triples and live home runs. Cra- yath, Philadelphia, leads in home runs, however, with nine. Compared on the same plan as the American and Federal records, Na- tional 'league pitchers arc: Pierce, Chicago, wou five and lost none; Pittsburg, eight and one; Meadows, St. Louis, four and one Mayer, Philadelphia, 10 and two; Schneider, Cincinnati, four and one Ragao, Boston, four and one S. Smith, Brooklyn, four and one tie Sorthwesteru 3P4NTS BEST HITTERS .the National league the CKants, lien their hard hitting in Chicago Juesday and St. Louis on Wednes- F have taKcn the lead in cluh hat- MADE IN CANADA BUMMEHJJNPERWEAR iKH GIVES LCOMFORT (CLOSED KROTCH WILLIAM5. GREENE ROMERO- KHUN, ONTARIO NATIONAL W. L. Philadelphia...... 27 20 Chicago........ "i: Boston Brooklyn........ -'-I 2-1 St. Louis........ Pittsburg........ '1- Cincinnati........ I'-1 York...... IS Jew York............ -'inclnnati........... (Called darkness.) Pen-ill and Meyers, Toncy and Clark. Brookb-n............... 271 St. Louis............... 1 l Smith and McCarty; Doak, PerdlK and Snyder, Gonzeals. .500 .500 .490 .47S ,142 5 11 0 Schneider, AMERICAN W. L. P.C .627 .605 .604 .511 .BOO .426 .380 .353 First game: St. Louis...............J 8 New York..............1- Loudermilk, Hoch and Severoid; Keating and Sweeney. Second game: St. Louis 10 New York.............. o 1- l Weilman and Agnew; Fisher and Sweeney. Detroit................ I I Philadelphia........... 1 Jo Covaleski and Stanagc; Bush and Schang. Chicago................ S W 0 Washington.............' Clcotte and Schalk; Shaw, GaKia, Hopper and Henry Williams. Cleveland 1 Mitchell'. Hareied and. O'Neill; Wood i'l Cady. FEDERAL W. L. Pet. Kansas City 30 32 577 Brooklyn J' jS Pittsburg______............ 2o 22 Newark.......................... 36 23 Chicago 27 St. Louis 24 24 22 20 28 19 34 .530 .522 .417 .358 Baltimore Buflailo No games scheduled. AM. ASSOCIATION St. Kansas City................ 5 Cleveland........ Milwaukee....... Indianapolis Minneapolis Columbus........ Alexander, Philadelphia, 10 and tihree; Marquard, New live and two. COBB LEADS AMERICAN With 23 stolen bases to his credit already, Cobb has a chance to break the base, running, records this year. He leads the league in thefts and con- tinues in front also in total bases with 98, and in runs scored, 56. His batting average is .416 for 51 games. Detroit teads in club batting with .264 and Chicago is next with .261. Oldring leads the home tun hitters with -four. The leading American league pitch- ers are Faber, Chicago, won 10 and jvicinnwuu lost two Chicago, five and Jersey City Buffalo Providence Montreal.. Richmond Rochester Newark Toronto Jersey City Newark Providence one.; Dauss, Detroit, .10 and three Foster, Boston, six and two Cove- leskic, Detroit, seven and three. MAGEE IN THE FEDERAL Magce leads in stolen bases with 19, Evans leads in total bases with 82' and in runs scored with 3J, and twilling, Chicago', and Konclchy. Pitlsburg, in home runs with five each. Bennie Kanff, it will he seen, has surrendered temporarily the hon- ors he held. Brooklyn, with .382, and 'Newark, with .263, lead in team hal- The Federal pitehers credited with .700 averages who have played in 10 or more games are Allen, Pittsburg, won eight and lost two Cullop, Kansas City, eight and three Maine, Kansas City, seven and three, and Lafitte, Brooklyn, seven and three. Sociologist: Are the children in your orphan asylum happy? -Superintendent: Why not? .They have no parents to support INTERNATIONAL W. L. P.C 20 21 20 19 IS 19 IS 12 16 21 20 19 20 22 24 .847 .566 .500 .MO .500 .474 .463 .385 Rochester Toronto Buffalo Montreal NORTHWESTERN Spokane.................... Tacoma....................... Vancouver Victoria...................... O'LEARY AND OCOTT DRAW Anacortes last nigh Johnny O'Leary and Pat Scott, both o this city, boxed six rounds to a draw Ed. Pinkham of Seattle and Travii Davis of erett boxed four rounds ti and Ad. Schlafli of SentUi knocked out Pat Casey of Anacortci in the third round. Charles P.. Man WANTED- Marvellous Offering of 82 Davis Sewing Machines We have this day purchased from the Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. of this city. 82 Domestic Sewing Machines, manufactured and guaranteed by the Davis Co., of Dayton, Ohio. Each machine is in perfect condition, and as a matter of fact has never yet been uncrated. We have bought these machines right and a glance at our price will show that we do-not intend to "hog it all" but that we are willing to share a good thing with the purchasing public. This is the true co-operative principle which we thoroughly believe in and which we have followed in all our purchases. "Well bought is half sold" is a trite and true saying, and a wise man or woman will not take long to realize that our goods have been well bought, when they study the prices. Davis Cash Terms or in Trade Vertical Feed Davis "D" That's Why we Advertise for 82 wise people They are the only kind we wish to deal with-someone who can see and realize a bargain. We are demonstrating these splendid machines daily at the Old McKillop Stand on Third Avenue. Come and see the work they will turn out for yourselves. The first thing you will remark is the noiselessness of the action. This in itself is one of the most outstanding features of the Davis Sewing Mach-. ine and operation a positive pleasure: Davis Machines are Superior to most, Equal to any, Surpassed by none Now a Word About Making a Deal We are well aware of the tightness of money-you wouldn't .be offered these bargains if money was easy-and for that reason we are open to make any reasonable deal offered, and furthermore, we will trade for equal value, anything you may wish to dispose of. This offer should be just the thing for the farmer anql we specially invite trading offers from him. Make no mistake about it--we are going to dispose of these machines, so grasp this opportunity. Open Tor Business Wednesday McKlLLOP'S OLD STAND A Special Discount of 5 per cent extended to Sewing Clubs and Charitable i Lionel Asquith and Frank Waddington, Auctioneers, Jobbers and Traders S. S. ATHLETIC LEAGUE TAKES POKE ST. ANDREW'S WON MATCH The second scheduled game of the foothall division of the Sunday School Athletic league was played off last night on the St. Andrew's ground on the nortb side. The game was be- tween St. Andrew's and St. Cyprian's. The St. Andrew's team won by 4-0. F. Stmm re'fereed the game. The standing of the teams is fol- lows: P. w.- L. Westminster........ 1 1 St. Andrew's.......... 2 1 1 St. Cyprian's........ 1 0 1 Amateur Method! of Metropolis Not According To Hoyle MUST. DEFEND TITLE The committee of the Nation- a! Sporting club, London, has notified Fred Welsh, the light- weight boxing champion, that he will be required to defend his title and the Lonsdale belt against Challenger Jerry De- laney of the Sportsmen's Bat- talion. The contest may be staged next November. in the third round. r-.. IHBU- i t. t. aing Everett was the referee. t AT CALGARY Edmonton Bulletin-: Calgary, is getting very progressive now, and ev- ery Sunday sees a baseball game staged (or the admiring.multitude. A collection is taken up and "after the" necessary expenses are .to quote .'tho1-News-Telegram, the pro- ceeds arc handed .wor- thy fund.- To date the competing teams have been selcc.ted. from the roster of the Semi-Pro.' hut next Sunday it is hoped to stage game betvveen-.Crist's Hot Buns, who lead the Moneyed aggregation, :md Ilillhurst-Hustlers, occupants of first in the Calgary Amateur league. The dear old Amateur "Onion for- bids amateurs playing against pros, when a gate or collection is-taken, but the Calgary sport writers are nulte conlident this minor technical- ity waived for the nonee thus enabling greater proceeds to he hand- ed over to the.worthy fund, men- tioned above. Being as all .the teams concerned hail from Calgary and that Calgary seems 'to dominate .the amateur it he surprising to lidmontonians if the concession were made. During their spare moments the sport writers of t'algary will continue to act as stool pigeons for the Amatc.ur. "Onion" and receive an iron cross for every Edmonton athlete they succeed in getting blacklisted. They have already got one trophy stored away in their lockers as the Edmonton City Dairy- has been unjustly deprived of Jack Irvin's services QOTCH AND ORDEMAN Humboldt, la., June Henry Ordeman of'Minneapolis, ff has been matched to meet Frank Gotch, world's wrestling champion, at Humboldt, July 3. when Gotch re-appears in pub- lie-after a long absence. The bout will be a finish 'best two in thvee. Aiviua uu a trumped up charge. This looks like a bad ior the "Onion" to think of holding its track and field championships in Edmonton for perhaps they might not be -very well received. LACROSSE STARS KILLED Montreal, Que., June names of two well-known lacrosse players Of Montreal. Jeremiah B. Kenna and John P. Laderoute, figured in yester- day's list of casualties. Both men hud enlisted with the 23rd Westmount Rifles, and had alike been transferred, after a brief stay at Shorncliffe. to the 3rd Toronto Battalion. The i'ate of each was to be killed in action shortly after reaching the fighting line. Kenna played with Montreal and Laderaute with the Nationals. All Kansas City school children will receive dental inspection and treat- ment free hereafter.' GOLFERS TO COMPETE FOR NATIONAL TITtJE Open Championship Tournament -Will Be Held at Baltimore Baltimore, Md., June competition for the national jolf cham- pionship will begin Wednesday on the links of. the Baltimore club and con- tinues June 16, l" and 18. The touroanxnt 19 being held tinier the auspices, of the United States Golf association. The date of the amateur match is August 8, and will be played at the Country club of Deliolt in that i city, continuing throughout the -week. The women's is scheduled for the week beginning September 6 at _ I the Onwentsia club, near ChieuJK I ;