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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LET1IBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday.-.Tmie-lfi, 1913 WARNER TOOK FALL OUT OF MACLEOD District Baseball League Game in South in Second Place in League Standing Wind Made Game Loose LEAGUE STANDING i runs had been secured o5 him. He U P.C.jwas succeeded by Peters, who, de- J-elhbridze......... S 3 his on the day before, Macleod......... S i .555 pat up an excellent game and held Warner.......... .256 the home tejra down to two hits and _____ runs for the rest ot the game. Warner, June dropped Gornll, for Warner, pitched a good into secocd place in the Southern j game throughout, and worked hini- Alberta Leagca again, by bring de-: sell out ol some very deep holes. feated by Warner, at Warner, on Sat- j rest ohanj. 7 S 4 TAIT BROKE 3 CANADIAN RECORD' n Thousand Yards HsiKfccap at Tor. onto World's Record Smashed i In Inter-City Medal Event l Toronto. June records ca' Wagner and Miller Toaey, Keece aad Bresnchan. 1 SATURDAY GAMES 3r. Louis 1 9 1 DERBY e by Two n the du Jockey as run at and won a bay colt In the net-s Dalaquin De Saint 3 of an es-jrought to-rHllint as-. an unus-th 'little to Aumont's Djgor S 11 0 Stone, Mitchell, Powell ar.d Ag-aew 'Alexander, Collins- and broken here yesterday, one Ca- ladian and one world's. The occa-ion was the annual athletic meet of he Latonis A.A.C., acd the record vas broken by Jack Tail, In the 1000 little. Canadian J. running from scratch and finishing second in 2.19 1-5, as against the previous best of 2.23. j The world's record -that went by lal .he board was the inter-city tu: race, and Toronto was first, Niagara eli Falls second" and Buffalo third. The _0 new record ty .1 5 Ragan, Wajlfer aad Erwin; Fischer, Lavender and Tyler and Whaling Brown, Ames and Clarke. IN ME Internationa! SATURDAY GA11E_S Toronto's, Montreal 5. Montre Toronto 3. Buffalo !f, Rochester Rochester 6, Bufulo 0. Providen Newark 3. Baltimore 4, Jersey 3. SUNDAY GAMES Providence 5, Montreal 1. Newark 1, Toronto 0. Jersey City 6, Buaalo 5. Jersey City S, BuSalo 6. N6i-thwestern SATURDAY GAMES Vancouver 5, Portland 3. Seattle 5 Victoria 3. Spokane 5, Tacoma 4. SUNDAY GAMES Seattle 7, Victoria 6. Tacoma a, Spokane. "4. Tacoma 7, Spokace. LEAGUES ,o- -i in AKsftf.rntion IMnae- al City sc P lu L-01- 2. hi Northern SUN'DA'Y- GAMES a 9, Winnipeg 0. St. Paul 3, o Superior 1. Grand -Forks 9, Virginia 6. Duluth 8, Minneapolis .0. Minr.ea- a polls o, "Duluth 0: a SATURDAY GAMF.S c TCinona 6, Superior 3. Yirjinia 9, b Duluth 4. u Canadian Hamilton 3, St. Thomas J 12, Brantlord 6. London Berlin 2. J Ottawa 10, Petetboro 2. n ATHLETE the in the bestowed Thorpe, tie ecathlon in Wlesiaader, second. G. r, h'oth of second VCE MEETING CANADA LEAGUE GAMES- Keen Racing Prevailed It ay for the The OSE APIECE' Saskatoon, June' Medicine Hat and Saskatoon each took' a game-game here Saturday. The first went to the who landed on Ford for eleven hits. The Quakers played a loose (same- in field, having errpra chalked up. The second game was a 'pitcher's battle, and was one ot the best games teen here. The score was tied up to the eighth and Saskatoon' scored the winning run in- the ninth with two men gone. CALGARY BEAT EDMON'TON Edmonton, June. 15. Between showers Edmonton and Calgary man- withstanding g day of ths la Turf clut of the bcs city. Even d the fin st is -close an c beaten I mess events In the 2.8 d, after econd Race: 2.15 Pace.. Purie J1COC Friday (MoClrr, Moose Javr) Merry Direct alanced teams In the senior division Ihls year, and ths prosperU of the game coining back appears very brlghi. The winners-will make another at- tempt to lift the Mann Cup from the C'cnst champions this year, and judg- ing hy the improvement in the play, should be able to give the Western- era a much better argument than last year. double header, the Bronchoa .winning in the evening sit to nothing. 'The aflcrnooa game was postponed on ac- count ol wet grounds. It looked for 4 time aa though the visitors- would be robbed of the game. In Edmon- ton's halt of the fifth with two out, the game was slopped for ten'rain- ules on account oi rain. Dickinson was hit hard, ftnd h's er- rors conlrihuted largely to his Jown- lall. Tie hitting 'of Piper, Flanagan nnd llollis featured; Frlnk was in fine lorm. He let the r.ome team fkmn willi three hit's, 'Struck out ten ar.d did r.ol issue a pass, was also ghen errorless support. AN r.VES BREAK Hcgina, June 15. Kegini 4nii Moose .law broVe oven in Saturday s double header, Hard anil timely hit- ling won the game for the Fled Sot in the afternoon. Hantln, aided by brilliant support, held the visitor! Safe alter the first rour.d, while Not- thrnp was no puzzle to.tht locals. Gavin pitched Invincible lor Moose Jaw In the evening, only two hits being made ofl him. Burgess al- so twirled .splendidly, hut Weed con- nected in the first and last innings tor hits that mcaH runs. were, however, lar Irom convinced that the same result would develop in another scries ard expected to make another challenge, anil a series may be expected next year. The terrific heat undoubtedly bothered, the English ponies as well ns the English players, and Mr. Frcakc was temporarily stunned vby a mallet blow in the play. He soon recovered, and although complaining of both from the hlow and heat, contin- ued desperately until the- end. The mishap to Mr. Freake and the fall of Uovereaux Miluurn from his pony a series next year is December 31. GERMANY INTERESTED A special cable despatch published today hinted the possibility of a chal Icngo from Germany. Polo Is coming into great popularity there, under tho inspiration of tho Crown Prince, nnd it Is told that there Is a general dc sire to send a representative team It America, but 'probably this will not te realized for a few years at least. COACHED BY WRIGHT I N MOTOR RIGHT ALONG. They had a trial row 'half of the regatta Henley-on-Thames, England, June. 15._The Argonaut eight for the Grand :hallenge Cup did good work on Sat- urday evening, over the first coarse, leading out at 3S strokes to tha mlnula. They cleared ths regatlu island In 47 seconds, reaching the halt way mark In 3 minutes 38 Then In a good balf-mlnule row they struck 19 showing encollont pace. This morning In hot weather, tho eight had another trial row for tno minutes. From the starting post they improved their pace, as ehown In their subsequent paddle up the course. Coached by Wright in a motor launch, they displayed the best form since their arrival, Butler, the Diamond.; Scull repre- sentative of the Argonauts, and tho four for the Stewards' Cup alpo bad n early spin. BUSEBHIL.HBIES National John Jameson Philadelphia New York Chicago lirooklyn Pitsburg Boston St. Louis CInclnpati .53 0 .628 .611 .471 .438 .431 .353 Whiskey To ward off a chill, to brace up flagging energy, to promote .sociability, to instil the genial glow of health American Philadelphia 33 12 Cleveland........... 35 Is Washington 29 21 Chicago '26 alnn............ K K Detroit 22 Si St. Loul......'...... 21 23 New York ,.'.i.... 13 M "lo'cVnts 10 cintt Bijou Theatre WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY JUNE 18th 19th Vllegraph Special Two-Reel Production "THE CHAINS OF AN OATH" It arouses" the raott Intense feeling in the observer as we realizo tho naturo of th'e oath, anil its injustice. 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