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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THIvLITHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE Macleod Beat Lethbridge by Two Runs--Both Teams Had Blow Out Disastrous breaks will occur in the best of regulated company and the balloon ascensions seen here last Bight at the ball park when the lo- cal and Macleod baseball teams clash- ed in a league fixture something su- preme was seen in the way of bust- lips. Macleod defeated tte locals by a tcore oi 13 to 10. There were two weird innings ol baseball and loth teams are charge- tile with weakness in their defence. ,The first to break was Macleod. A foozle or two, a bunch of passes rais- ed with hits, and the locals made seven runs. The home brew rested se- curely in the thought that the issue was settled right there with Gorrill In the bos, ho who had tied the Macleodites in a knot not many days SOT, hut the breaks that Macleod made in the second were not in ii with the stuff that Lethbridge pnlled off in the third and Then the smoke of the fray had cleared away Mac- leod had 9 tallies as an index of fateful session, which, added to the two.runs they chased over in the first appearance at bat, made the score H to 7 in the visitors' favor. this, the teams settled down and played ball. Lethbridge made a run in their half of the third and then went scoreless four innings. In the last round the locals rallied and-put up a fight for the honors that. won the confi- dence of the spectators and helped a lot to square up things for the dis- mal exhibition displayed in the fore- part of the game. Tfte score at that time was 12 to 8, Macleod having added another in the seventh. Bonnell went in to bat for Dison. He singled over third base. Wray nest up went safe 'when Lee dropped a throw at first. Evans clove the Macleod defence with a hard poke and Bonnell and scored. Ev- ans anchored on third with no one -down failed to score. Seidenbecher, Davies and Gorrill went down in a row and the game ended in the gathering darkness in the end ol the eightl. AB.R.H.PO.A.E. Wray, c................ 5 2 1 10 0 1 Evans, ci.-ss......... 112000 Seidenbecher, 3b. 5 1 1 1 0 0 Davies, Ib............ 5 Gorriil, p............ 4. Green, If. 3 Munro, 3h............. 4 Campbell, ss........ 2 Dison, if. Total .............37 10 10 24 "Batted lot Dixon in 8th. 7 6 McLaren, If. Kelly, 3b.............. 5 Scott, 3h............. 4 Latimer, 5 A. Lee., c.............. 5 Craven, rf............. 5 R. Lee, Ib............ 5 Bender, cf............. 5 Murphy, p............. 3 AB.R.H.PO.A.E. 0 0 Total .............41 12 12 24 10 4 Score by innings Lethbridge..................071 000 llacleod.....................203 000 Summary 3- lase A. Lee 2-base Er- ans sacrifice Scott struck out -by Oorrill'll, hy Murphy 8; base _______ on halls, off Gorrill 2, off Murphy 2 who started at 7 to 2. hit by pitcher, Green passed balls, 1 W. Astor's First Spear, 11 to Alexander it depended on as the main support of Na- lonaii thit .year. With hit team, are fe.vv.icto iclp him inexperienced-.pitch- rs, snd altn'bugh Sonic 6? them have iione work so far, they can't be depended on like a fully icasoned vet- eran. Lait season Alexander and Seaton played In 99 games in all, and this must almost a record for two Pitchers the same team. smoke will bear notching. He accept- ed all his chances neatly, but made a bad peg to first, mistaking a Mac- leod coachtr for Davies and throwing very wide. This, happened iq the third and two runs over 'the pan: Lethfaridge appeared to be a poorly handled team, ffray was oS his ksrni behind the bat from the start, yet RAYMOND i BALL TEAM HERE TOMORROW NlGHT Raymond bajeball taun la coming: (jere tomorrow evjn- 4 ing for game with the local dlitriet leaders. The Ray- mond teaa) unknown Qual- ity. They not in a lejjiie but are playing exhibition around the country. Last Saturday Raymond and Magrath played a game at the Sugar town, and icore was 8 to 7, whlcji may -be some- thing to go tor. The admission 'will be 25 cents straight, and no charge will be made' for the grand stand. MACLEOD WILL STAGE NEXTJONJH PIONEERS OF THE GAME Chicago Boston Afternoon ga Chicago Pittsburg New York (10 NATIONAL 3, 8 Macleod, AHa., June Remem- hering that Maoleod was one of the first if not the very first .place .in. Western Canada into which polo was introduced, the preparations now lie- tag mado by the Macleod poloists for the spring tournarac-ut of the Western Canada Polo association to bs held aero during tie week of July 14, are all the more ink-resting. 'Although the old-timers claim the liistinction of having pioneered the ganie it was not until two years ago when the issocialion controlling polo in West- ern Canada was formed, that polo was put; on a .firm basis in Alberta. The two tournaments which the- asso- ciation at ;.its birth decided to .hold annually, were -staged last in Cochrane and Con-ley but this year Macleod will be the battling ground of the first, while the second in Sep- tember" will be held either at High River or Calgary. On the fourteenth .of next month Macleodi eft as thi Board of Trtide pa'jipphjH'statcs, the 9 10 St. Louis ...vv...... Philadelphia 133 1..'...... W- no change'was made. At-second and Detroit short were stationed tw6 youngsters: AMERICAN Washington Cleveland Philadelphia )hicago New York 2 9 7" 12 too close. Seidenbecher might have played short' and Campbell on third, between the tvq, to better "advant- age, o? -Danes pvtght have kept at his usual posiUpn and Campbell on There was, too, better, material on the bench than in the field. Evans, would have looked better on the infield earlier in the game than the, .seventh. However, there may have -inside excuses tor the way things were arranged. Aacet, England, June 17.---The fea- ture of the second day's racing at :RoyaP Ascot, was .tha. Royal-Hunt Cup, a handicap of about sev- en furlongs, and waich produced a field of twenty-five starters, being one short of the number which ran in the Punt Cup last year. P, East's three-year-old bay colt Ueabed, who started at 25 to 1, was irat; T. R. Dewar's Braxted, 100 to 6, was second, and Sol Joel's Honey- wood, 100 to 7, third. The also rans Deluded The Curragh, Blue Stone, Jarnac II., Drinmore, Berrllldon, San- air, Prue, Alglen, Bonbon Rose, Out- ram, Mohair, Castleton, Sands of Time, Hippenstrum, Cuth'- bert, Jameson, Buglar, Young Pegas- ue, PHmaston, Wise SJac and Ambas- lador. The Aacot Derby Stakes, for hree-year-olds} one mile and a half, won by .Lord Londonderry's1 COIN syra, who started favorite at 11 to .0. Sir B. Cassel's Hapsburg, 11 to was second, and Lord Derby's Dan Russell, fi to 2, third. The Coronation Stakes, fcr- ,hree-year-old fillies, one mile, wns -on by Lord Carnarvon's Wassttifisa, Wray 3, Lee 1; wild pitch, Gortill (was second, am) Lord Sefton's Carte I stolen bases, Latimer, Craven 2, H, Lee 2, Bender 1, Munro, Dixon. REMARKS ON THE SIDE The pitching of Murphy and Gorrill vras about a stand-oil. Shorty Munroe played a nice game at second and with a little more ex- perience on the keystone sack his ___ COLLAR Pcrcee, 20 to 1, third. 'The Rous Memorial Stakes, savcn furlongs, was won hy the odds- on favorite, Sol Joel's Maiden Er- legh by Poiymelus-Plumtart, started at 7 to I. Kennedy Jones' Bvansdale, 9 to 2, was second, and E, Hulton's Shotgun, 7 to 1, third. Ascot, England, June As- cot Gold Cup, three miles, and a half, the greatest lireight-for-oge race of the year, was won today by Mr. Falrie's five-year-old horse Alep- po, by Beino, Tvho startv ed at 6 to 1. John Ryan's, threo-ycar- old Willhrook, 20 to 1, wae second, and T. Martin's five-year-old Junior, 8 to 1, third. Ten The St. James' Palace Stakes, for three-year-olds, one milo, was won by W. Hall Walker's Carrlckfergus, by Count Lightfoot, .at 100 to 6. J. B. Joel's Happy Warrior, 2 to 1, was second Boston St. Louis L- QFEDEElAlii V> Brooklyn 3 St. Lome.................. 1 Buffalo Indianapolis Baltimore 2 Kansas City 1 Pittsburg 6 1 WESTERN CANADA WHEELER ENFORCES NEW iiuija Calgary, July was the centre of a near riot, when he called Vivian out in -the ninth because he was completing a home run which would have won the game as it was, Edmonton won. Edmonton......................., 351 Calgary 151 MOOSE JAW WON Moose Jaw, June Millers, with Berger pitching faultless ball, had the belter of the Red Sox. The game was marked by constant kick- ing by Stis. Hegiha 3 9 1 Moose Jaw 8 12 1 railway" vpf Alberta, will '-be the polo huh of the oily" province and if the expectations of the committee in charge pan out as well as it is hoped they willj teams., will he present.from Millarville, Ei'sh Creek, Cochrane, High River, Pekisko and Calgary' in the 'north, arid Cowlcy -and '.-North Fork .in. the. south, to say nothing "of the Macleod. quartette which ?is. al- ways on deck" with colors 'flying. The grounds of the local club have been put in excellent condition, small pavilion having been erected and the grounds boarded so thafe there may be no complaint as to the sluggishness of -'the'' play and on the whole no expense is being spared by the locals in their determination to crowd into oblivion any tournament that, has eycr been held lii the West. Several of the' most' note-worthy "personalities of the pro- vince have intimated their intention of being on hand so .thatovith the rolling will have a place ou the pro- gramme." Arrangements have been completed. with the Indians or the Plains to encamp' "oh grounds oV ;hat'day, and to hold a af- ter the. sports. In addition the middleweight cham- pionship of Canada is to be fought in lie evening between Billy Weeks anC Toe TJvanni. As both are kno'vvn, by the sporting friiternlty comment is unnecessary. .V- There will be good-prizes lor ;orcycle and bicycle races. All that is needed is the -weather :o make this celebration the best of ts kind in East Kootenay. mac le io s poloists. will ibeable io showtho hoi pollbi jusfr vi'hat can" W" done at times. New Yorfc Jmeinaatl St Louis Pittsburg Philadelphia Chicago Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL W. L. i'29 18 '80 28 34 23 26 ii 30 23 27 25 24 29 26 P.O. .617 .566 .609 .490 .489 .473 '.447 .408 AMEP.ICAN W... L. ONE APIECE Medicine Hat.. Jan. real ball .teams battled -through a double header'to an even break. The Quak- ers took the first by hunching hits, although the Hatters got) tbe most tilts. Martin pitched good ball but support good in the ear- ly stages. Buckles was too many for Kallio and Padreau in the second, and the Hatters won a great g4me. First- Saskatoon 8 12 3 Medicine Hat Beer and Walters Martin Bliss. Second game- Saskatoon 2 Medicine Hat s 14 4 and 10 Polo Is the game for C. Holiday Eh- beta. They can postpone on account of a broken nose. Kallio, (Jadreau and Walters; Buck- les and Barth. AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland 4, St. Paul 3. Louisville 3, Kansas Oily 1. Milwaukee 10, Indianapolis 6. INTERNATIONAL ftavark 4, quttalo 0. Buffalo 12, Newark 3. Rochester 6, Baltimore 0. Baltimore 8, Rochester 2. Toronto 1. Montreal 8, Providence 7 NORTHWESTERN Vancouver 3, Victoria 0. Spokane 3, Portland 1. CANADIAN Brantford 10, Toronto 4. St. Thomas o, Otta'wa 2. 8. Erie 7. Polerboro 4, Hamilton 1. Philadelphia Detroit...... Washington St, Louis Boston Chicago New York Cleveland 33 33 29 29 24 -19 I'D 19 24 24 25 P.O. .635 .679 .547 .637. .628 .444 .373 .351? FEDERAL Baltimore....... Buffalo......... 26 Chicago.. 29 Indianapolis 27 Brooklyn.......: ii Kansas City...... 25 St. Louis........ is Pittsburg1 22- 21 22 24 .23 .24 29 31 28 P.C. .583 .553 ..547 .540 '.407 .463 .446 .440 AM.. ASSOCIATION Louisville Milwaukee Indianapolis City Colnmhus....... 27 Minneapolis...... 24 St. Paul 21 35 30 30 30 30 L. 24 23 27 28 30 31 28 36 P.C. .593 .566 .626 .617 .500 .466 .468 .3C8 INTERNATIONAL Baltimoro Rochester Providence Toronto Montreal Jemer City W. 37 33 31 25 25 20 16 15 18 18 18 24 24 26 37 37 P.C. -B73 .533 .510 .510 .435 .288 WESTERN CANADA .W. L. P.C Saskatoon...... 32 9 .780 Medicine Hat 22 20 .524 Moose Js-y 19 21 .475 Regina......... 16 21 .432 Calgary........ 17 K .105 Edmonton....... 16 26 .381 i Tonight KEYSTONE Starland A BIG DAY IN SPUMY HE PUNNED FOB in SPORTS OF ALL SORTS Fernle, B.C.; June A game of football was pulled off last night at the old ball grounds between the city team and the butchers, resulting i a score of fto 1, In favor of the city. Tonight the Bankem and the Craw's Nest Coal Co. will compete. Extensive preparations have made -by the Ferule Athletic aesocla- :lou for their aunual celebration on July 1, and an excellent programme prepared, with prises worth competing for. There will be a one mile dash, a five-eighth dash, a relay race of a mile and a half in the .horse racing, also a pony race of half-mile heats, A baseball tournament .is being ar- ranged between Cranbrook, Waldo and Fernie. Cranbrook and Foruie will meet ag tp decide which is the beat in Ja: ci'JBse. fiii association football arrange- ments have been made with ,tho Crow's Nest Pass Football le'ague to pick two teams representative. 04 -the southern and .northern end tbe Pass to play a football .match., There are many field: events, from a 'hundred yards' dash to. a mile open, also jumping competition The lumbermen have not been gotten, and chopping, sawing and log- TJUQ FOOTBnll M MSiRrJIONISHT That fast Taber football .eleven is icheduled to play, .here this at the Batt Park. The isiianiroblis ia.'. he'team billed to oppose the visitors. The Callles beat Ta'ber by 2 to 1 here June 4, and those who saw .the e were generally loud In their Draise for the team which, was defeai- d but not at all dismayed.' They aid they would come back stronger, intl the Shams will have to be on heir mettle tonight. The latter's team be picked from the Hewitt, Seaman, Allen, Wllletts, JcCormick, C. Farrant, Finnerty, iane, Gallagher, Campbell, Patterson, Cowan, T. Farrant, Jladdlington. REGATTA TOlGHT The first regatta qf the season will take place at the Jake this evening. There is no other sport that draws the people more than aquatics and the club has arranged, a good pro- gram of they are Gentleman single canoe. Gentleman double canoe. Gentleman -three's' cahoc. Mixed double catioe. Gentleman gunwale .canoe. Tail'ehd Single skiff .race. Double skill race. Single with coxswain. First .event .at. 7.30. There will be no delays and the only, thing it will cost to the price cat fare cm :lho Red Line. (SONS' V S. 0. E. FOOTBALL CLUB RENOVATED AT MEETING WF.D. QUIMETPmiLYOIIT OFRlfKFORII- ISH MIlE Ptestwick, Scotland, 'June 38, Francis Ouimot, American openchnni- pion of golf, was practically elimin- ated today as a factor lot first placo in the competition for the British open diampwpsbip. Ouimet took Sli strokes to make the first of the four 18-hole rounds. HarryVanteh did ilie round in 73 and several competi- tors had scores or.76 or bettor. The weather was ideal. Oiiimct pair- ed with J. L. C. Jenkins, the Brit- ish amateur champion, Jenkins' card for the flt'st 18 holes was 79. The 100 competitors-who met here today were chosen In a recent quali- fication Treoon, Among tire early cards returned lor tho first 18 holes were J. H. Tay- lor, the title holder, 74 Tom JVH- iamson, 75. DONATES CRICKET CUP Montreal, Que., June Joyse, one of the chief supporters of ricket in.Canada, has donated a cup or competition by teams in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec and Dntario. The Sons of 1 club rally held Wed I. a decided success, e" 'ans who have and misfortunes the past six years being vacancies, in the management were Slled and -the -optimistic feeling of the meeting promised times ahead tor the -I'Soni." "Arrangements have been completed [qr the club to train at the Y.M.C. Parsons putting up the necessary check from the funds of the club, which were found to be in first class condition. Fred T. Robins was elected president. H. .Woods and R.