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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta HIE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, June IT, 1H18 II M-. MH ivj.- .si.lu---.--i. Montana Team to Stack Up Against Local District League Brigade Tomorrow Night WHEELER'S NEW STUFF The first international tasebaU till tbat hss place in Alberta for lunnj' years T.ill be staged here lo- The base- ball team or-Shelby, Montana, will bo eefn In ictko. lie local etiuad, tinder tht leidKEilp of AVfcstler. Manager SYheeler returaed IIOEO a trip across -the border last tight Trbore he went Saturday ,1ns for the purpose oE arranging games" vilh ilonatna teams aad fact- to pick up some baseball ma- terial to strengthen the district lea- guers it taring forcibly brought to JUG notice la the last bat- lie there are o few spots in tLe ship Lelh- bridge wV'cb -neeaei strenEtbeninj conRlderaiiy. trip was fruitful ooe. aat only succeeded in arrmnglng a gamo "with tbe_Shelby coaibination tor a eame here tomoTTaw ereains and tames for the dab in Montana, bdi'also secured a trio ol expert baseball toss icKicli should put a position pretty loud nolle in tbe district Smithfion, Hen- derson and Cart are'tbe new names on the local roll The firtt tiro tloned are slab artists and the other an Wheeler bis seen the bunch in action' and says they are tiere'Trita the Sally stmci on Smlthson, Kho has had i vide experience in bweball and is a classy S mi the on nas broaght up by Wheeler Ust nisht The other are also highly rec- will come up with the team Uiii evening tofy for the tomorrow. Carl and Henderson Trill be. seen on tbe Shelby .CRACK BATTERS IN AUSTRALIAN TEAM TOURING CANADA sharp single, scoring Eagle, who id walked isd goce to third on 'allice's wild lo second, when tagner bitntfd. t, Louis 4 63 Joiton 3 SO erat and Agoit! WASHINGTON DEFEATED Washington, June er- ot in the third inn log alter two out, the way for Chicago o score two urns niu the fiaal arcei from atd secure an Ten on thf series. The score was 4 to 1. Hussell end liodfc later n the game made home tuns. lussell and Grooms pitched A.A.MALLEY P. These four rr.en are mainstays cf crickd warn. In anu .n tnyiai.u.....c. year they everyont. thjir names are household words. McCartney was formerly a Surrey man, but to A disagreement with the amateur club he turned professional and vsent to Australia. TORONTO HORSE LED FIELD HOME BALL CLUBS ON WORLD'S TOUR EXPECT ROYAL RECEPTIONS ANOTHER GOOD CARD. YESTER- DAY AT REGINA RACE MEET Hne-n'p pitted Borrow, but Smlthson-vUl be on the mound for Ue locals in .all probability. Manager Wheeler t'aa a number o! towns in MoaUca on his string for "hoxe and home games with bridje. local team purposes go- July-i, 5, and 6 .and 1 Walter's faaoua amateur team .irill he Iftier. for Sheiby against Snaday altenioon at Shtlby. Rezina, June 15. splendid card was provided at the Retina Turt club meet today. Grand Opera, the Toronto horse, was altogether too aal tor the otter fourteen entries, in he' 2.25 slake; and woa as he pleased, Jal HcKinney bad Ihe" speed In tbe 2.15 pace, and wen ait the cent's ly. Heartwood, the loose Jaw horse, .Dole tbo first two beats m tbs 2.15 class, acd would have had the third only ne broie. flrrt Race! 12-25 Purse, Grand Opera (Smith proctor, Toronto 1 Red Ttoet (StcCulfe, -Denser) 2 Diet-Mont (WalEh, Weyburn) ____ 3 Tine: 2.15K; .2.11M- Second 2.15 Trot. Heartvood Moose- 1 Madge (Bestraan, Willston, Johany G. (Loonris, Vinneapolisl.. 3 He wea on tix side, but tad the stliiUctloa ot lilthns; a home run In the Kiddle ot tbe game with two jraeri on uio which mad 6 all the that SJielby 5 to _3. Tbe score tomorrow at 6.45., A bijf cJowri la expected to be "jon hand to greet'the Montana, team 'and to we the new players In ttw ..ENGLISH CRICKET London, June, 16. The country ericVet girae between' Lancashire and .Gloucestershire started June at was drairn. The Gloucester- Ehire'sqorea Included Dlpptr 106, not oul, and Lancashire's ecoreg Included A. ii. Hornby 109; Sharp (J.) 83, and Tylikiley (E.) G.ames started laat -Tharsdey and concluded Saturday, re- as "follows: Yorfeihira .beat Essex by seven irlckefi at Rhodes made 97 1 for tte wlnnen. The match at Covectnr drawn. Chief scores Qualfe (W.) 127, and Baker' (C. B.) 151; (R.) out; Sllne 100, io{ out, and j- HeU (A. B.) 93. Surrey beat Scotland t'y wletels'a.1 the oval. For Surrey, HoWiS made 150, not out. i'i. L, .1 Bea if1.' J five f'r i tor M.'-o. i.-.i, ii :or 42 runj.; Hampshire-beat Derbyshire by cJo.8 wlckele at Derbyshire, Powell n'oi out and'-Me'ad (C.) 64 tor now com- tt.i tiouitpd ruai this season U tte flrit player to do EO. Ihfs ilMcx-LaaciaUi'e" natch at Lords .wmi for 'jnddlezex (of 63 runs. Slurp lit Mr -Worcrtlershlre by S at heavy bat- Whllehsaa (H.) (3, H.) M. Worceiter, ItO Mid d. H. Third Rice: 2.10 Pace. Purs-, Hal McKlafiey (Russell, Riverside) 1 The Iiidiaa 'Albert) 2 Fern Hall (MePherson, Rf gina) Time: 2.11; 2.11 Fourth Rate: Furlongs. Purac Sporting Life (Ford. Moose 1 Haywood (Walker, 2 Dottie Mayer, 3 Time: 1.19 Fifth Race: Mile Running VTdVp 1 Henry "Walbank (Tamoafcania sta- blcs, 2 (Edmonton stables) 3 June 15- When lines Callahau, cf the Chicago American baseball cinbT called on President Wilson to explain the proposed Trorld tour of tbe White Sox antf York Giants, Mr. Wil- son not only because he said lie considered himself a-.baseball-.Ian, but" be cause te thought -lb.e tcovenieDt might reanlf of an inEeraatloTial fin sense. President "Wilson promised that through official ev- ery co-Atesy vpuld be'extended to abroad, acd that consuls aad the diplomatic-corps Troultl facSHtate the Jourcey. The trip and will Include visits (o the Phil- lippinca, Japan, China, Atjatralia, Egypt, France and Ireland. Tbe teami will return about March 1. 1914.' CANADIANS LOST AGAIN STAMP OUT THE BETTING The authorities ot holt the Na- tional and American have started a crusjde against letting .at baseball matches. Yesterday 38 spectators were caught wager- ing at the American league park at Philadelphia when the Athletics and were playing The accused' were es-. coiled to the city hall police sta- tion and held for hearing-.at the night court. At Ihi polo grounds at YotV, detectives the stands. No arrests were made, but notorious-gamblers were or- dered out ol the stands and grounds, and many others who have been known 10 gA'.nble at the games sere not allowed ad- mittance to contest ncHvefa the Highlanders and Detroit, irhlch -K3S played on the Giants', ginunds. THE INVADING LAWN BOWLERS MEEt THEIR SECOND. REVERSE Londoa, _June Canadian B6wl1nff team Ii2d ILcJr SL. in a raatcb Surrey to day, tfec home whet "were 1- shots dcvrn at half-time, just manag ing to win hy 5 points. The score Vas: 118, Canadians 113, Individual scores were: Canadfans Score Surrey Scor Toai Rennfe If Sfms......3; Farrow.......H Watson 2 Rice........Sit Warner i Dr. Wood -M.21 Docketr.. G.O. Knowles it Robertepa J McTaggart 2i Pearson.. 2 Total.......1U Total ..11 Details of match agains the Berkshire county Readln were: Canadians Score fBerks Scor G. Rennle Chllds.....2 C.O.'KiiGwIes 18 Grlenon 1 '19 Coats ..1 24 Lyndhurst 18 18 Wood Rice.. Chapman McTaegart Dr. Wood Total ]ON JONES MUST HAVE- NEW .PLAYERS CQUIRES AMATEURS TO STOP NEW WESTMINSTER'S WIN- 1KB STREAK Vancouver, an o bolsier-up hls'team, Con-Jones, tbe. iVtuCouver Lacrosse iub, todaf vtr'ed an''6irer to "Boss" tbe VfcjjSHf amateur'goal- "eepef, awl 'will pft'bably play orf, Eihuy Nicliois'and Vied Mathe- ;on m thb gaTnit at New TiYeslmUii ;est Saturday. .TtiBay" he released Rich Adarasoh Mattt! loth, veteran home Jilaycrs. "I ;o defeat'New or i will be a runaway declare Jones tonight. He will mate 'an et ort to sign some eastern -ptajers i L_e can purchase releases.1' LOS WIN MEMORIAL MORRIS.TROPHY CON TEST AT TURE OF WESTERN GOLF GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National TWELVE 1NMSGS Boston, June wade tt out straight on St. .Louis, winning 13 Inaing contest, it was a pitch- rs1 battle belwfei Wood atd Li- erni, Kith the hits.evenly divided. 'ood drove in the with Both good all, but the special delivery was err po'or. Foster, who has been out f the game for seven weeks .with yphold fever, resumed today and had hrce errors is as many chances. bicago............'........ 4 61 rashingtou 3 75 Russell and Scbalk Eagle, Gtoome nd Henry. PITCHER'S BATTLE Philadelphia, June 16. Philadel- hia defeated Cleveland in the last ame of the series today by a score f fotor to hro. ft was a pitea- g duel between Falkenberg and lank and the Athletic southpaw had he. heller ot the argument by S to 6 its and-2 of the nine were for extra St. American DOUBLED SCORE Louis. June DUNDEE FIGHTS JACK WHITE TONIGHT HEAVY FEATHBRWEIOHT6 GO TWENTV ROUNDS AT VERNON ARENA Louis secured a five-run lead, in the lourlh inning today Brooklyn won 10 to 5. The visitors fell en Sallce In the sisth, scoring five runs oa sis singles. relieved him pitch- ed to one wan, who singled. Haiuion followed nutke was hit hard. Brooklyn 10 30 3 St. Louis 576 Uuctor and Miller; Burkt, liarmou, Saliw mil McLean. PHILLIES QOIN'G nOWN Chicago, June today defeated Philadelphia in tho first ap- the league leaders here this season. The score was 13 to 3. Incidentally the visitors' lead was cut down a lull game'ss Xew Yoik won from Cincinnati. Cheney pitched invincible ball in the pitches for Chicago, while tto locals found Alexander easy at criti- cal times. other pitchers were thrown into tho box by Manager Doolin, but Ihey were unable to stop the Scor- ing- Marshall walked fne men in a in the seventh, allcr Mildiell had made a home run. Tte weather was too hot lor good ball. Philadelphia 3 10 1 Chicago 13 1C 1 Marshall, Chalmers, Martian, Alei- ander and Killifer; Howly, Dooin, Cheney and Bresnahan. PIRATES LOSE AGAIN Pittsburg, June lost its fourth ganio ot the series hy or.e run margin this afternoon, Boston winning 6 to 5. Camnltz and llend- rix were hit when hits meant runs', Los Angeles, June, ttlilte. twciity-roi'cd uout at Vernon amiu Viill be luore ol weight InsQ a They ate lo tight at eatcU weights and Johnny Dundeo, the New York Italian, nho recently tought a draiV vith Kilbare, will weight close U 129 puiuuls v.tcD be eaters the linjti accordicg to training camp gossty. His opponent, .lack oi Ohio gu, nil! irtlgh Kfthin t pound ol thit notch. Although the feeling it growing that has an chance to win, owing to his being harder, hitter ot the two, Quito Is still a 10 to 8 favor Ho today. and the former's ur.s. On the other hanit, only ass that Plank gave resulted !n a uh "while neither ol the two issued Falkenleig was. costly. jlerclacd ,..3 60 sUiladrlphia 3.90 Falkenietg and Carisch rlanl; and :ourth TIGERS FROH'-XEW YORK ew-xYutt; June eTen- "tte.Scries here with' the Sen- Yort'Americans lodajr-by-taking ihc ourlK game, to the ninth inning, af- ter Cobb grounded out.'Veach b't a single which took a wicked bound over Borton's head, and High, ran tor Veach, scored ahead .int. Krrors by McCheuie aotl rick, cnatled Moriacity to (be third nin in the ninth Inning. brought K to pitchitiE good ball, had two time- ly singles and 'seorfd tR'o runs hiin- ClaiVe all bid pir.ch bit- lets, Including Muiadf, but did not good against Rudolph. 90 Headrit, Ad- Boston Pittsburg-... Rudolph .ar.i BASEBALL National 3] New York Chicago lirooklyn Pltlsbi.rs Boston St. Louts 1C 19 25 23 2S 27 31 Ait 35 .353 .651 .601 ,630 .521 '.W Philadelphia Cleveland CMcago M'ashlostoa Boston Detroit SL Louis Xew York American Xewerk Buffalo Hochesler Providence Montreal Baltimore Jersey City Toronto International 33 32 30 29 25 21 21 Association Jlllwankee. Milviaufces Columbus Kansas City Loulsvllla SI Paul Minneapolis Indianapolis Toledo 36 36 29 32 28 2S 30 22 .709 .555 .630 .51S .iSO .404 .367 .255 .571 .635 .610 .403 600 .590 .547 .642 .BOO .407 .390 Northivesteni ams, Camuiti and Coleman and Gib- soi. ERROR HURT REDS Cincinnati, ,Junc by Cincinnati enabled New York to win tie first game oi the scries 4 to 3. Both Marquard nnd Suggs pitched good ball, but the mistakes ol the locals' proved tljeir undoing. Suggs was taken out to allow Kling to bat tor him In the sevrath. Seattle Vancouver Portland Victoria Tacoma Spokane GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES International WILD HEAVE STARTED IT. Chicago, Jur-e Tom M6r- ris memorial golf (rophy for the sec- ond time was won by Ibe Los ;etes ccunty club with a score of 3C. aoles on pat In-the fifth compe- tition played yesterday. .Th> Los An- geles club won last year with a scora of 40 drjwn on Annandalo County club of Pasadena, was iecond wilh 35. The Olcn Echo Coun- ty club of St. I-ouis" third .with 6. and the Memnhf.8 County club fourth, wilh 7. Slore than forty clubs compete 1 The memorial is_a yearly fealure In the golf association in hbnfir (rf the veteran Scottish golfer; and IS player! on tho' anniversary of his birth. Teams of eight playets of the Competing cluba play Ig'holei aialnst par.match play. XeWatk, June 16. flaw's wild which allowed Detz to take three bases on a safe hunt, followed by. Shack's sacrifice gave Newark the- tieing run In tbe game with Tor- onto at N'ewark today.- Singles by (jagmer and W. Zimir.etman, and Meyers' sacrifice fly gave Item- the winning tun. Schulti" double and Shaw's single the Leafs their lone run. Toronto Newark Gaw and Graham Smith. Rochester Haltiraore Associntlon Minneapolis 5 0 Indianapolis 2 10 Gllligan and Smith; Schardt and Clarke. 1- 2 Shack 9 1 71 and Martin, llofl ar.d Williams ker and Egan. Kansas Citf w Louisville Rhoades acd. Kritchell; Clcmons- St. Paul Tole-lo Walker and James B Kruger. 6 10 -5 10 Powell and 11 I 17 1 9 5 and 39 37 29 28 IS 22 Western Canada Saskatonn Moose Jaw Medicine Hai Bdmonton....... Rejlna......... SO 2! .19 "16 10 11 .650 .SOT .690 .355 .S3} .519 .653 .m .303 .297 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES Columbus Holcck and Smith. 3 SI 6 12 4 Hughes; Brrry arirl NOTICES S.S. SENIOR FO.OTBA.LL 22 St. Jiary's will meet St.' Andrew's Do it for Lethbridge SMOKE UMI PERL A" AND "LA DELLA" CIGARS. UNION MADE. At all first class Hold a an-1 Oigar stindi. ..107 Tola! ,.125 25 on Wednesday evening, Jute 18, on St. WELSH MATCHED" AT LAST Hit Meet Joe Barley on "August en July i Vancouver, June Baltcy, Canadian lightweight champion, "was matched here today to meet F. a Swede lightweight, In a bout.here on July 1. Weisn meet Bajrley at has consenurj pounds ringside, '.at a ildo net of tral wants more (o train. The match will lako jijace about August 1, Mary's a-te4cue game. Tills ahould be the. game tbe sea- ton, as both teams arc .out to win, and a good game Is expected.- St. Mary's will line up 29 foltoKi: Hillon; 0. Field ncd T. Hflllind; O. T. Cowan and'Hi Smith; P, Smith, P. Farrant, R Stowe, R. Tbomp too'and P. Clayton. and-J, Ward. "Andrew's F.C, Teim St Andrew.') will line up their1 fool- bay team follows, for game wlfh SI. Mary's at AOirrn Pttk to- morrow Mllicr; HafulKoii Mcln- doe, Hutton and Dell; ICennedy, Ten'nant, Kamfay arid Rollo, tie- Llnnlng and Klddes, called at e. 15 Buffalo 18 20 1 Jersey City 7 2 21 Bcebe and Gov.ily Schaf.cv, Mc- Thompson, Davis and Wells. Montreal 10 11 1 Providence C 12 5 Dale, Smith and Burns; Uheatley, Jforan, Refsgland, Johnston. 12 in- nings.' Canadian Hamilton 7, Brantlord 4. Pettr- boro 6, London 5. Berlin 3, St, Tho- mas 0... Northern Oratrl Forts '5, Virginia 3. St. Paul 4, Superior 3. Winona 5, Winni- peg (..Minneapolis 5, Duluth 1. Northwestern Portland 3, Spokane 2. Vancouver 7, Victoria 2. Seattle 6, Tacoraa 1. OTTAWA RACES MARRED BY RAIN OlUwa; June second day's racing ot the Connaught Path Jockey club, was illgntly marred -by rain, which cama doan in torrents, delay. Ing the sixth and seventh D. Raymond's Malamont won tho third race, a selling event tcr three- year olds, defeating and otbtr good ones. John W. Schorre'a Green Brae, car- ried oft Juvenile Purse at live, furloagi. Requlram wat the favorite. Undeswi won her second pureo oi the meeting In the li'et race, Jon- quil rewarded a large following In the fifth..- Jj. M, another Jons shot, proved this good tiling In the while the.seventh went lo In- oieion, ihe favorite, nttitlls: ilrst sli t.-on; Plate, second; Oakland Lad third: Time, 1.16. Second Itace, llvo Ttegan wonj Duwanep second; Dia- mond Cluster third. f 5. Third Race, won; Cilnton W. W. Clarke, Ihlrd. Time, 1.42 2-5. Fourth Race, .tire Brae won; Rcqulram second; Louise Ttvivers Ihlrd, Time, 1.031-5. Flflh Race, six won; Filry Godmother tecond; plant er third, Time, Z-5." Sixth Racer rriilc and M. Eckerl won; Lucky George sec- ond; Rnsp 15G2-5. Seventh Tloce, six slon won; Champulco second; Jt33up Uuro, third. 1.15 QUAKERS ALL THE WAY Edmonton, Jut6 .IC. -r Saskatoon won in easy fashion from Edmonton in tbo opening game .of tho series 7 to 3.- Clayton 'pitched'-betfcr ball than Manning, but the Quaken' pitcher was jlvcn iensational support with men on iases. Efrots hy ttTiis- man and Moran costly. An overthrow by Whismau at the. plalo cost two runs. Pove'y and Whisman collided alter Chick's easy f.v in-tho" and this was responsible for three more runs. Manning was hit hatd hy the Birds, but some bone- headed bast-runnlnf. cost several runs. Outside of the second inning Clayton twirled gtcat ball and field- ed his position perfectly. He patlici- pated. In -two EnaPPy double- Score Sankatoori 01W 000 030-7 9 1 Edmonton OHO 000 3 11 2 Manning and Walters Clayton and Spencer. GINGERY GAME Mcd cine Hal, Juno 16. Mooso Jaw won a slugging feat from the Hat today by a .4 to 1. score. The game was plarci! IB s a! which prohibited basc-ruonlng, hit? which at any oilier time were good for doubles aad. triples, infant only one b'ag, the gage was "marked by sensational lidding on tho part of Ljoth teams, and a dozen bingtes which looked like sure were pall- ed down. Daniels and Seafon pitched good ball, but seemed Inclined lo let thJ lieldets do the. work. The runs wero made by consistent hitting. Scott; Moose Jair 002 001 010-4 0 3 Jlcdicine Hat OJO 000-1 .'9 1 Ssalori and Moore; Danleli. and Biiss. Umpire, McDonald. HARD FOliOHT GAME Calgaty, June The rejuvenated Red Sox with Beet on' the mound, got a deserved hut hard fought victory over the Bioac-hos ueie'loday, winning by the. score of 1 to i. The Sox bullet was lo fine form and allowed but five hits', Milch were well scattered. The locals would haic tallied hut, or.e run' but for an error b; Johnson in the 'ninth when ho llirew Ihe. hall over' first base. The Htonks gave Meyers, er- rorless support. Scoie i ;