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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HEKAM) Wednesday, Juno IS. 1013 i i i Jl -I1" i II I i i i V 'L BASEBALL TABLES Natioita! Vurt llrcuVljn IIoslou il'Uliuurg 'St. l.ouis I'mciuiuti LEAGUE POI SIMS Saskatoon Overstepping and President Gray Takes Drastic Action FRANCHISE IS ANNULED IMmoDica, June President 51, Grar, of the Western Canada baso- league, tas deposed Manager Hur- Uy, ot ibe Saskatoon team, for refus- ing to adhere to the leigue rules ieam to fourieea play- He has also declared forfeited the Saskatoon franchise, held by J4 F. Cuiras. Under ihese ordcra, tie league lake over the players, who are all in iKdmoaton today, acd their will be paid by_tbe league. Gray ordered all tlie Sas- titcca team to ba on the grounds lo- Football fins vho witnessed last jghi's battle between the CalUes and he Overseas tad to he coaiem with wo juicy rcuad zeros for score, or neither team succeeded in pene- tics the opposing defence (or a tally. Bui, although scoreless, the e jTfas very Icteresting right up o the lime the whistle blow. Ths eady to piny. Tha Saskatoon lean will be conducl ed as a travelling aggregation until tuch time as President Gray io dispose oJ'the [rancilse to other Voice From Saskatoon Saskatoon, June F. Calms, president, and oivjier, ol the Quakers tonight declared that Secretary Far rell, ol the National commission is the authority, for the statement taat Saskatoon Is entitled to font lean, men as a ciat; D organlTatioq, Wfcea tbe order of the league j dent lor a reduction, of all-teams to twelve ran Vts sent oat, Mr. Cairns Immediately Secretary Farrell string if there was any clause In. Ike constitution gQTernlng org tall, "which ironld .torce the redaction of. the team to twelve men. fn re- sponse, received a telegram wit] the asBaracce that claes D teams an to carry fourteen men. "PreElSent Gray his auth crlty 'when he issued orders for th reduction ol all teams In the lea gue to twelve He had no rlgb to tate such fcc-Uon. without' co lng the control of the league, an he failed to "We will fight to the, last i ihe statement made by Cairns, whe: Informed of the action of Gray in [ottelttng the franchise of th Saskatoon baseball club. Somebody's .Wrong "We hare never had a limit as I turners In this league, aud any such-lfmtt can oe Eel tbe Boar of Control, of which I am a mernoe the necessary he! continued. fo'r President Gray turning the franchise over to any- body ttott't see how he can do 1t. As yet I am not acquainted wltti xvhat action he Intends to pursue" iiil be will be met half-nay In any fight ;hat he may launch. ;i, far as I can see, it ia merely a waiter of referring tbe question' to the National commission and leaviug it lor them lo decide. As we already taye tie assurance of Secretary Far- Tell that we are entitled to foaneen meo, there does not seem to he much dO'Jbt as to the decision of the com- mission." OVERSEAS HELD THEIR OWN AGAINST CALLIES IN INTERESTING GAME Senior City Football League Fixture Ended Goaless Draw Overseas Goal Keeper Centre of Heavy Attack at Last Stage of Game but Nothing Got Past-Him GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES w. r.o. 33 '.C .851 30 19 .611 30 S5 .Sl'i iS 3J .5U 11 as .151 24 3J 19 36 .313 National LEADENS LOSE AN'OTIIKR Chicago, June inaiie it lno straisht trom Philadelphia today jy shutting out tbe league leaders lo 0. Tho locals bunched their bits Breunafl, and l.a lost con- liol in the third inning be was re- ii-'i T placed by Moore, held thft locals mill at LOS ttn- hltltss. Smith, although bit hard, American SCORE WaehlDgtQQ, Juno rally la the sUlb, ON NAPS bitting by Washing- American I'liiUiMjihii....... 41 13 36 iO Chicago 31 J7 Vasblisgtoa JO 27 Bostoa ._ 2C K Jctrolt'............._ 21 31 Si. Louis "ii S3 Nea- York.............. 1} 38 ton non tho first of the sc-rln from Cleveland, by 6 lo 3. ilujbej replaced Mullen lu fo'jtih anij.tto locals isve ulai great support. Tno feature- or day triple by Gaudil aod McBrldo. was glvtn excellent support. All the Cleveland 3 9V LEAGUE STAXDIN'O W L D F 0. E................ 4 allies................. 3 "ailies forced the' toward the ast, but the Seas were able to retain heir hold, find Hewitt, ihe Seas goal, ertainly spread tlmselt with .glory urins the last few minutes oi play, thai be was not Ihcra all the rest of tha same, but he had tbe op- DrtunUy to show up his position lore In the list minutes of the game, 2faUi6 tbe Callies were continually placing shots Ia very close proximity o the posts. A good TowJ, good weather, and a ground tended to mate the very enjoyable. Both' teams went at t hard, and a little more care given 0 shooting on both aides would have leased tbe crowd. Shaw, Brennan and Patterson did good work for the )Terseas, while the Callies' whole ine-up, played tha same 1 well, Jfoare, and Clark belc? moat noticeable. The fans thought the referee should :e presented with a whistle, a fin medal, a lemon, and some mentioned a red shirt; while others thought that all he needed "was a pair of glasses. Cillles Won Calliea'Von the toss 'and the Overseas kicked off at 7 o'clock, im- lately 'putting out to the left'for a corner, acd Llnnlng getting possession raced- goalivard, but the dash "was spoiled by Knight lying off sle. tinning was getting away short- ly ftffr, but was brought up br Pat- sustaining aa Injury lo his .eg which put hi oi out of the giiue tor some rnlsutes. Mid Geld play, with tn occa-tonat rush, was the order from this on, nothing more exciting thau a few fouls and wide shots re- the monotony. A very ques- tionable offside given against Breeze which drew expressions of dis- approval from the crowd. Bolb teanis tried their utmost to score before the half time whistle, but neither the combination nor the rushes of Overseas could get through the opposing defence, and tbe teams crossed over wltli no tally registered. Second Half The Overseas livened things up a little in the- early-stages of this half, but wild kicking by the half hacks robbed the forwards of what chances they might have had. In response tn cries of "Come on the the Scotchmen came down with a rusk, Moore putting the leather across the moDth oi the coal in dangerous style. Billy Brennan was laid low for a few minutes, and the Orerseas relumed to the Caliles1 territory, but offside hacces. Two corners tn sloo, though frjitlecs, "sain spoil throw-in. The Callies quickly took game and Hewitt was called on to save a hot one from Moore.- The Overseas came back right up the wing, Breeze, shooting behind. Each ibal Tlslted in turn, re- lieving tor the Overseas.and Johnny Easton, JOT the Csllies, the Islter'nlt- tlnjr'the leace for a "hbn-.e ren." Some pretty work the pass from tb'Tennant to Llnnlng, who BnisheS with a splendid shot. Just ikimmins the bar. Moore followed with another hot one, and Hewitt was called 'upon to extend himself. Several mis-tlcks by the Overseas made Things Look Dangercu iut they manased (o keep ttelr goal clear. A nice pass by Kaight was viasted iiy Moore heading orer. The Seas noir took a turn In tbe pressing. Sboti by Mullen, wio vraa playing hi; old position ot centre and -Mf: MHlaa making things unpleasant for Mclntyre. A comer off Mullen result- ed in nothing inore than a free kick for the C allies'which Billy Brennau laccessfully cleared. con HtW RECORD FOR FOUR-MILE RUN _..'-_ SY RELAY TEAM Kice McTaggart 9 .11 Turner EmatoD, Pa., 3uqB new world's lecord lor a four-nlto relay Vaco waa today by the lea mof the Boston .Athletics association, when they covered Ihs distance In 17 mla 511-5 seconds, on the track at March Field. The heit previous ath- letic cluh record lor the erect "was. 18 minutes 84-5 seconds, by the Irish- Chapman -13 Haley American A.C., of New York. Tfce co'Jeglale record la 17 mlnules 55 sec- Totals .70 Total onjs, held by Cornell. Alter luncheon a quick ivtned things up considerably, and a hair-Taber was put In by Moore 'just over." The Overseas mada sev- eral dangerous rushes, one "by Simm bringing Mclntyre out of his" goal, and the crowd appealed for.a ion' against Uac, the referee caluily gave one against the Overseas. The crCffi here gave vent io a' few of its and io puf it' mildly, .they disagreed Time -was getting short and tho Cal ies wanted those two points badly and but'for tbe splendid Hew U, the Overseas goalie, would' cer taicly have got them, for they started to shoot, and shoot trae. two Brennana met heavily -In midfieid a question who got the wors of tbe deal. On a Callle rush Home mis-kicked cohering up well and -relieving In the nick o time. Tbe CaHies were certainly gel ting the better of this half, and hard work alone feept them from sccring Hewitt coming in for'the lion's share of the applause. tbe game through, the Ca! lies showed the better form, aud 01 many occasions had hard luck In no Blercin? the net. The teama lined up as follows: McCntyre; Bannermaa ai Easton; Brennan, and Clark Moore, Glen, LlnnJnj an Tennant. geles Wenlto fast ot the visitors proved costly, yy Philadelphia 0 7 J -4 6 0 n Urennan and Killander Dooin, Smith and Urrsnahan. DUNDEE WAS TO REDS' PITCHKRS Cincinnati, June 17. New- York It batted ITVO Cincinnati pitchtrs out ol it the box in tte Drst three innings of M today's game, and won Irora the IPO- re als 6 to 3. 1'ockatd started the gams m but rclicxed in tLe third. Ames, tb however, was given such a warm re- a! ception that ho was succeeded by w Harter. Tesreau pitched rfiectKely, 'ai but was wild, giving sit hases on [a balls during tie time he was oa thstp pitcher's Fromme an4 Har- ai tcr who finished the game, pitched c good ball, the former allowing only w two hits aad the latter four. In New York C 8 to Los Angeles, Cat., Junt After twenty rounds o! last Cjhtiog without a tame touc-i, Johnny Dundee, ot New York was awardrd a well-earned decision over Jack White, ot Chicago, at the Yemen Arena tonight. White's showing was a distinct surprise, although, two to one money with tho Ss'ew Yorker oa the long end went begging before the initial gong. The Chicago featherweight raore than hold his on a in the first all oi the fight, and iA ten rounds L would have been a goc3 draw. After that, however, Hbite weakened, although in flashes be punished Dundee with bodv punches. The Italian's dazzling speed, however, too much for the Chicago ad. Jumping about his antagonist, .arting in acd out, he dazed straight Icits to tho face- Al-ernating with an occasional right slam to the jaw. The end oi the fight found Dundee just as last and strong as ever, while White was wilting iast. NO KNOCKDOWNS There was not 3 knockdown in the whole encounter, While was said to much the harder punishment, iut Dundee gave him opportunity to Bet.himsjli and "in. Jftoijj, of Jhe jlug-jing "exchanges had SeVcrnl b[ the early rounds were fairly even. the tenth have a chance. There was cdnsloerahl? clinching hut vety little .wrcstlingVand Dundee tore into White tornado and the Chicajqan ivas'jhslplesJ against a TOll'ey o! righti and, lefts. In the last minute Wliite sent in a right ar-d.leli to the jaw and aright to the stomach that "worried the New hut It was only lor a The Italian was fighting at top when tie final gong soucd-ed. 2 4 1 F'romme and Meyers TJ Packard, Ames, Harter and Cbrke. llITTIXCr K St. Louis, June- made t it two straight from St. Louis today I hitting Perritt hard enough to score eight runs, while the locals gathered a lilt Ihree. Brooklyn scored its runs on bunched hits, and St. Louis tallied IB the seventh on five hits, or.e a double bv Mowrcy. McLean singled twice and doubled once In three at- tempts, while Smith tripled, doubled and singled in four times at hat. Brooklyn 8 13 3 St. Louis 3 9 3 s Kling ar.d Miller Perritt, Rob- L erts, Marbleand and McLean. l _____ c ONLY FOUR SCATTERED HITS PiHshurg, June 17. Martin 0'- a Tdoie pitched one oi the best games P ofjhis career this but- lost to Boston 1 to 0.' Carey's mufl of s Connely's fly. tn the seventh ir.ning 8 loit him the. game. Perdue was mas- u ter ol the Pittshurgs at all stages, c holding them to four Ecatlered hits. It made the filth straight defeat lor Pittshurg all fay one run margin. i Bostoa 1 13 1 E Piltslurg 0 -1 I Perdue and Rariden O'Toole and Coleman. WOULD BREAK UP WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE NEXT YEAR Saskatoon, 'June The office of J- F. Cairns, president o the Saskatoon Baseball was th'ronged .with, an enthusiastic crow ol citiwns this who hav ail signified their intention oi hack ing up their popular president in ol New League. Although llr. Cairns would say nothing regarding a Saskatchewan, 1 league, it ha been common talk on the streets for tfc.6 past fortnight that the. eastern wing of the- W, C. f B. L. iras considering a new league rs and Henry. DIVIDED TUB Boston, June Tigers made It an even spill for tho day by taking the afternoon game by 4 to 3. WltU Mcseley, the Youugstowa (Ohio) recruit, pllchliif, vBcslon took ihs murning game, 1 to J. Dtirott tfpd tho score in Uie fifth Inning of the afternoon game. The '-winning run was forced in by Bedleul, when Stan- paasedj with tho full on and no one out. Leonard, who re- vhilo trjlng lo score In tho third, and njured lib leg so liadlf that he wai oroed to retire. Detroit ..i 63 Boston 7 10 3 Semlocb, House, CUuss aud Kce Moseley and -Catrigsn. Deiroit 10 0 Boston................... 3 S3 Dauss and BcdttJit, Lcoa- ard sud HIT ALI, PITCHERS York, hit our Keff YorX pitchers for twelve .Its. aggregating twenty bases, and defeated the lotals Ia the first game of (ha series tojajf. 1 (o 4. Bium- ;artner, who elarfed to pitch St. also was Wt hard, but Hamil- on chtckea the, locals. Wllllims niade'tHree fiiuglea, and a iripU !ive tlnies TIP, deprired of a sacrifice fly in the siicth-taaiag, wbtE Pratt was called obt for Hilrd 3ase before the tail was caught Stovall hit a triple, a'double and a single, and drew a, pass in tivo tlnici up." St. Louis 7 13 2 4 10 3 International 31 30 ..'._ 3J 21 JJ 2S, 37 25 ,H 24 23 25 3J City, 31 30 33 33 iiochealer .774 .tilJ .531 .530 .500 .411 .351 .259 ,C3c> .573 '.510 .453 .43 j .113 -107 Association Milwaufcc-e- t Milwaukee Columbus saa Cily Lc-jisvllle SI Paul...... Minneapolis Indianapolis Toledo....... 30 36 39 33 29 2S 30 23 ,583 .590 .647 .543 .503 .SCI) .C17 Northwestern Seattle.............. 39 22 icouver 37 Poitland 30 Victoria............. 23 Tacoma............ 29 Spokane 22 Western Canada Saskatoon Calgary..... Moose Jaw Medicine Hat Edmonton Heslna...... .597 MO Mi .313 .633 .671 .435 .303 .259 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE-GAMES Ua'imjartEtr and Agnew Keating, Fisher, CaUvrll, Warhop and Swee- ney. Patterton and Home; Caudwell, Mullen and Shaw; McMillan, Bannerman, Btennan. Slmm and nreeze. Moore. Middlesex Defeated Canadian Bowlers "London, June 17. The Canadianj'fatifi.s were made, including a pair lawn bowling team suffered their of bowls lo Mc.Ianet; a stet- thlid toiiay, losing out to the ling stiver spoon io Mrs. T. Rtor.ie; Middlesex bowlers at Wcod Green. I five "Jack" to'the five Canadian The Middlesex bowleis made- a tiiil- liant display, winning H3 to 70. Fol- lowiog are scores Canadians score Canadians Score McJanct .13 mext C. 0- Knowles..18 Baintree Score .33 .26 .14 M .113 aumber of pccsen-1 good wishes. skips, and a copy of Maneon'a com- plete bowler to C. 0. Knowles. The following message was sect to His Majesty King George "The Middlesex Howling associa- tion and team ol .Canadian bowlers desire to convey a homage respect lo your Majesty and her Majesty ihe and prosperous reign, accompanied by continued blessing and reace." His Majesty replied tiianVing them j for their expressions oi loyally and the Saskatoon Baseball -was tb'ronged .with, an enthusiastic crowd ol citiwns this morning, who have ail signified" their intention oi hacking up their popular president in any stand he ciay take, "President Cairns stated (hat he had not vet received any communication from President Gray of the W. C. and that he was awaiting developments, ano-BD-til these were forthcoming he did not flish io talk. Mr. Cairns said that'Mr. Gray was within his rights lo expel Hurley, but characterized his 'action -anent the franchise as a joke, saying, can no more take the franchise away iron me lhati nc -can' take that watch out. of my pocket." regarding a baskatcacwan league, it ta bwn common talk on the streets for tfce past fortnight that the eastern wing of the W, C. B. L. Tras considering a new league lor next season comprising Saskatoon, Regina, Medicict Hat, Moose Princa Albert and North Bat-tlefoTdi or some other town. The action ot President Gray may precipitate matters as the Immediate organization of such a league with all the teams starting equal a 'great contest and would be popular. The heaviest attendance ID ths IV. 0. L. so far this year has bcc-n at Moose Jaw, Kcgina antl Sas-tntoon. WITH THE CANADIANS ROWERS AT Henley-On-Tliainea, England, June Bu'tler.-lhc Argonaut'i lor the' diamond sculls, had i brief outing last evening. and Ehosed greatly Improved form. The tight did good detail work and in a short trial row went Irom tho slatting point morning and again, rowed hard over tlie firat half olrthc copiso against a strong stream and head wind in 3 minutes 49 .seconds, The four for the steward's cup, did steady work, showing bcttcT combination. New College, coached hy Hourr.e> which are, likely to prove formidable WHITE SOX OUTCLASSED PhilaileSpMa, "June- home run the left field bleachers saycd Chicago from'a shut out by Philadelphia today In th8 first game of the series, the score being 7 to 1. Ic the second "notes. Baker knocked tbe tall over toe right field wall for a horns run. Scott plicFed goo4 ball, but was taken out In the serentb to make room for a pinch hitter. La S3f who pitched the eighth Inning, was ouched up for five hits. Houck -was very Btejdy, and outside of Bodie's drive, tho .Whits Soi had no chsnco A STBL.LAH GA5IE Calgary, two- hose clout in the last half of the ninth, when Sara Yivlin was on second tsse, scored the only run of tbe game be- twoen the Regina Red Sox and tho Bronchos last night. The timely blngle came as a to the best local game of the season. Through- out, brilliant fielding stuctE featured, and although Reese, who twirled wr the- locals, .ivaa touched for tight-.- hits, the Calsai-y infield, pulled off cir- CDS stunts enough lo overcome tbe ad- vantage the Rtd Sox had In, the hit- ting department Butteroft made his lint appearance In a Hexina uniform, aui served un a llderlng-, assortment ot curres, which the locals could not solve until lie last ot the game. Altogether tbo Bronks collected six ills, of which came fa ninth iDiilcg. Reese nor Butteroff issued a i. Score: legi na..... Calsary :o score. Chicago M. Philadelphia Ecott, Lange and and Lapp. seconds. PLUG TOBACC The eight had an early outing this Schalk Hnuck International ......_. 0 13 1 1'ioTidcrict 7 11 i JIason, Smith Keisig' and J. Onslow. 000 000 8 I 000 000 S 0 BAD ACTOH Medicine Hat. JUDD Jledlclna Hat shut out Mcoss Jaw today hy a to 0 score in -a marked by rood baseball. kicking on the part of tbo visitors. On onn occasion Btadello, of the visitors, be- cama so preface at tho bat that Umpire McDonald rofuaed to let him finish his lime at bit, and flnod him Balrd replaced him. Rn ledtT pitched good ball. He did not al- low a tit till tho sixth and tha two hlta he did allow toth went to back. Ho was wild at the start of the game and filled tho banes, b'Jt tho gilt-edged eupport -which he received saved tho visitors from scoring. Korthrup was bit fairly hard, every hit befog cosily and meaning runs. Score; Moo jo Jaw 000 000 000 0 o Hat 020 210 61 7 made their first appeatar.se on course this morning. NEW DESIGNER FOR CUP CHALLENGER Locdon, Juns It -was -natural, alter William Kite had thtice failed to turn out a boat speedy enough to win tho America's cup for him, that Sir Thomas Liplon should .entrust the (tesisning ot his fourth' challenger to another man, Charles B. Nichol- son. This year each o! thfm has turned out a yacht for the 15-nietre class. TUie boats ate built in ac- cordance Mith international rules, and 'nil! rice this yejt in hotrtp. Va- ft icifl. TagU watec-ltac lenetti averages' !i aboutj'6'6 (eet. They met tho other day for the first time this season m a organized by tie Essex Yacht a sporttog little dub with Its ia Ihe old American schooner Gypsy, which Is hauled up on thf shore at Leigh-on-Sea. The interest in the contest was accentuated by thd faot that Fife himsell sttetcd the JtMidrey, the boat vhlc'n he had do- sijfttd, and Nicholson handled his creation, the Kacada. Thun It 13 a contest both o! seamanship d design between the two rivals, The result was a victory for Nich- on oii both points, lor the- Kamcla t only proved l.crsclf Ihe speedier the two, but was the better har.d- Rochcsfcr 1 1C Baltimore 5 13 I Quinn ind U'lldama; Rush and Bgati. Second Uochcsler ,..6 92 Baltlmoie 3 C 2 Hughes and Jacklitsch; McLaguc, Moiesett, Danlorlh and Bctgcn and Egan. S 4 Niwarfc 560 Brant and Graham Smith.. 4 82 Jersey City 2 80 Ftill and Gowdy Davis anfl Bliir. Victoria 9, Vancouver. 3. Portland 5, Spokane 0. Taoonu 4, Seattle 3. Canadian Ouelph 6, t. St, Thoraaa i, Berlin 7, Pariiid Coast San-Kraiickco 3, I'orllar.il 2, f rnincnto 5, Oakland 2. Venice 7, l.os BLACK SCOTCH WHISKY is aU perfectly blen- (led and (lior- oughly aged, D. O. ROBL1N, Getting It Straight j-ou bars decided-that you carT not marry me. are mistaken. I knew ail along that I could raatr7'ypu; what vo decided is that you can not ;