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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Want Manager Hurley Rein- Gray Says Can't Play if They Want to SCHEDULE REARRAfs'GED Junt SasViteon's farfeittd bueblil franchise U beln? offered to North Bittlcford. Thii tftemcQjii Gray wir; due her. on Friday, be nritchtd to Mtdlelne Hat, and Jaw to Calgary. will that tht Ednwirton players will for daym, Iwt dolns thli, than any of the cthtr laid off. PROPER SPIRIT Siilatoon,, Juks J. F. Caires has wired tie mrrabers oi the Saskatoon them 'to go on 'and all sclerfuM games, and _to_do_teir beat to Its public forthtir rnorey. He told thai tlat the otbsr clubs in the lea- gue irith the exception ol the Edmon- ton club, had doae nothing unfair to- i-ard the SaiVatooa dub, and shouli not be niade to sultr tor tie actions "o! ite presideat ol the Uijne. 'The baseiall tans ot Saskatoon aie iiidisuant at President Gray's, acjtpn il ncney js needed. to dtlead, tha club directors will. have all fcaciicg fircessary. H is imdeistooi is a movement on" ioot to cal en indipiatiou meeting' of the league coa.ttollen to deal vfith.the_.prfd ient'i -WON'T LET.THEU 'pU June 18. Frank .H. GfaTi presiJeut ot the Western Can- a'da'. Baseball -League, intimeired early this morning with reference to the information irom Saskatoon that President Cairns bad ordered his team to play-all scheduled games, stated that 'under" "no circumstance would lie allow the Sasiaf ooa ,feam to play today. He issued' the" ing statement ".The president of the. leagce makes the accusation that the majority o! the SasVatoon' team sworn to false affldarils m connection' with paid .tnem by their club', the suspension will not be lilted un- til this charge is disproved. OAV1S TENNIS CUP SEMI-FINALS TODAY Jase livn u Qcwa's Club, Africa Ijegitt taelr mstcats. Tae contesl Vs tbi ol live fiouble, singles of ibtcb, will be eciiled this aftcriiwn. EARNER HAS OCCASION TO FEEL SORE ON THE LETHBR1DGE BALL CLUB Nor Yort, ijeil tte Mirpby, t j Vatwrslty ot tic Itaxfet s iein U to till. d Cornell, of Male Suffragette Threw Him- self in Front of Belmont's Horse at Ascot (Special to tie Warner, Jicc Warcer base- bail teaa Is getttcj a raw dcil irom (Tiee.'er's teaa of Letibridge. The alter fwia was billeii to piaj a icheduled jame htre last .vreek; hut ifj- failed to sioir op and- people vbo-had drivea in mabv miles to see ie game disappointed. Tfce manager, ol the Lethbridge teaia made the excuse that he couldn't get its players together tor th: trip af- :er playing Macleod, and the excuse was accepted. Today 'Leihoridge is scheduled to Flay here again ZM fans have been forced to un- derjo disappointraent, for the Lelh- iridse team, failed to put in an ap- once more- It is more in- reaient (or to reach War- ner, ret the iiacleod tearo has al- ways roaiie good its date. Why can't LethbriSge? Everybody here Is sore. ONE STABLE PUT'OVER 'THREE .WINNERS AT OTTAWA Jane IS. The Bedwell stahle put across three winners at aEght Park this afternoon. .Ed- da, ttw -hei-.iir plarrf favorite, HE WOULD HAVE WON Ascci, EngTand, Fired by the recent example, of the [ate Miss Emily Wilding Dav.un. dur- Ing the race For the Derby, a nule suffragist, totfay, commlttsd sui- cide by flinging himself In front of August Belmonfs four-yfrarotd Tracery, during tbe race for tht valuable Ascot Cup, His act deprived the American sports of a {pod chance of winning the tro- phy. Killed on the Spot The man Tras killed on the spot, Tfc, horse and his rider, nlthoujS tiity boih -jrere irouslt to ihe'ground, were not harmed. a flag of tne suffragettes' colors in one hand, ar.d brandtshtog a reroiTET In -the the militant suffragist sprang' the rail Jost as the field of eight -with the American colt Tracery leading, nearlng ttv torn Into the .home stretch.- tt'ilb a loud yell of he in front of-- the horses. Tracery stnies and felled before tie" jockey. A.- TVislIsr, bad time to avofd tha AMERICANS LOSF ATHLETiC TRWNER IN MIKE MURPHY MIKE MURPHY the most logical successors for the po- sition of Olympic team taiu-.-r in 1 and 1816 T llurphy judge ot June 19- Gold Cup, _ value two miles and a half, athletes, either, in. warded her backers in tie feature ot the day, the. Selling Dolly Waters, a 15 to 1 shot, won tie third, and Aio won the last. The track was' last, and in the first race Jacqueline "made a track record. It was ladies'" day and the bigjest crowd ol the week turned out, near- ly being present. RESULTS First Furlongs Meisen" won; Dark Rojalec'n, second D; a morsd Cluster, third. Tiine 56 3-5. Second Hace 6" Furlongs" Fles won GpM Cap, second Ymir, third. Time 3-5. Third ters, won; Green Brae, second; Louise Thraver, .Fourth Slaves, H won; The Rump, sec- ond Halloas, third. Time 4-5. won; Shemulpo, second Mollie third. Tims 3-5. "Sixth Lad won Jessup Bums, second Tod- dlic'g, third.-Time Seventh Racer-Mile and a Fnslor.g woa -Rash, second Judge Monk, third. Time tie greatest vreight-for-age stake race of tho was woa today oy T. Pil- Hnffion's five-year-old horse Prince Palatine, who started aa fav- 7 to 4.. .Lord Derby's Stedfast, IPO to 3, was second, and Mr. Fairie'E Alepho, 50 to 1, third. EOOIE MUflPHY WINS St. Louis, ilo., Jane Mur- phy, Boston lights-eight, last night was awarded the popular decjiion orer Harry TenSall, of St. Louli, ia'aa elsht-round contests NOTICES ENGLISH-CRICKET June are the final'results ol -coialy cricket games iUttcd last Monday and con- cluded Middlesex beat Warwickshire by an innings aud 91 rtns, at Lords. Mid- dlesex high scorers included 'acd P. F. Warner, 100. Heaine. (J, T.) took shire wici- ets for 13 runs- Yorkshire .beat' Worcester shire by at Hudatrsfitld. For York- shire Rhodes took-'four wiclets for U runs, and Drake (our for 15 runs. Kent beat Essex by 123 tws at Tunbridge. KcntTs scorers included Hubble with 97 not out and Haiding Si Surrey beat Hampshire by five runs at Soutbarapton.. Huhbs made 103 tor Surrey..." Tbe Laacitbire-Sotticghaia KToitUifaud La secret [nclu-W Tyldesley (J. ,T.) uO TyWetley (B.) t23. ('J'.J.'wiUi out, and Harfattl with 89 Lot out were the tot Notfa. beat Cajnbriilje University iy lereii at Brighfon. For Klod made 144, and, for i P.. made 104, not DOMINION DAY SPORTS LETHBRIDGE JULY 1st, 1913 Exhibition at 1 prr. Open to all amateur [n the ProTlnce, Five hundred dollara irill given away In prizes.' PROPOSED PROGRAM 100 ''l-2 mil. !20 yardi Hummer throw Shot put One Mile 440 yardt Pole Vault. Running High Jump. 5-mlle run (to-be run. In the morning of the 1st down town) I mile relay racs (four men) fog of War men lo pull on cleett) time limit. LOCAL EVENTS Obstacle race for under 18. Nail Driving race for girls under Old 'utiftiiii isi 50 Fit Han'J race VXK Ibt, and over) 50 yards. Motor CycTe race (open) Entries for these events will positively cloie Saturday, June 2fttFi." Address all enquiries to V, R, Ollmore, Y. M. C. A., Sec. retary 'of tho Sprott Committee, S. O. E. PRACTICE The following S. 0. E. playerl are requested to be at tbo Hall at 030 on Friday night for a practice match on the barracks grounds: Walton; Holland, Gallagher; Wit letts, Turner, Dal- zell. Draper, Truman, Bestwlck. onb'ryo or per- 'could tell a future star in eUher'traclc of field sjwrt after --_-. _ be lo performer to tonal character, iapartaccoant for, his really" wonderful career rfs a trainer. He tnew Trhtthfit' to drlv or- Iuch of tbe inEpi ration sho'wn "oy his followers lo due to Murphy's eiample and perEonallty." GAMES IN MAJOR National HIT WITH MAN1 OX on tks SL Louis Iwlnj to Urvxikljn. S to I. Burke, wto was relieved by Oio-ner In tAo K reiti fwci (of bat Ike rliUora cculj cot tccre off, him. Ilunctcd turn UIM In the the xliltors tbe'.r rani. ta toe rua eclUnc .V bxj a ruar. After ibis cwre ulllu i-ut IMroil la Iki-iciJ sljlh. Capl. WJIBW. ot Hciton eAin will bs oal of the name- far oce of his fingers ot bis rlsht band. 6 S t Ragon and Miller; Crlacer. Burke acd AVtttgo. 7 v 3 J. Hall Stance; Itoa-deau, Collins and EVEN' I'P York. June Tie York Vffitrkans U ui> Mth tho St Drowns today, winning the eec-or.d same ot the season 5 to 1. Ford pitched good for lie was well supported, Perkln. faugh and ?ree making double piny behind him St. Louts 1 1 RZOS WALLOPED AQAlS Clcclcnatl, York succeeded In making it three vlctor-ts over Cincinnati todiy by winning, 7 to 2. Jobnsoo was started ai Cln-innsti's pitcher, but was pulled out before the Initial inning had been com-' pleted. Demaree, the New York twirler. had Tinker's men at hU merer at all slajes, except In the eighth, when he save two hits and a on lalls. Score: New York 7 12 York 6 9 1 Stone and Agaew; and Sweeney. CLEVKLANT) BEAT Juno Cleveland scored Us second ganio of the series over Johnson today anJ dcfeaiei Wasnlngton 4 lo 1. Johnson opened ho game for the visitors Mlh a home drivo over the fence, iu one other nning only did Washington have a chanco to score. Thrctf hits In tbi eventh filled the bases with nonq ou jut Gregg lightened up azd fanned lohnson and caused Williams to hi lo Jacksoa who doubled Shanks at the plnte. Cleveland 4 S 2 Demaree, Crandall anj Meier; ohnsoa, Brown, Crandall and HARD-LUCK P1RATE3 Pillsbuvg. June PitUburg lost sixth straight game by a one-run margin this afternoon, and the visitors made It tbree straight victories lere, 3 to 1. TITO men were out In tho last Inning, when Boston got 1U winning; run. Maranvil'o knocked a triple and scored on Meyers' single. Tyler lied In the ninth, and managed to get a runner on third1 two oal halting in tho ptecb, fouled on L Gregg and G'lNicll; Johnson an< Atosmllh. DOUULED Philadelphia, June By batlins Bender and out of Iho boi la Hie eiriy tunings of today's gams Chicago amassc-d such a lead tha Philadelphia could not overcome It -The final score was 9 to 6. lasted three innings before the hart hitting started and Vv'lckolt who sue eeeded In the fourth, was also hi unmercifully, the scorint four on five hits sfter two mei vrcro ouL Taff .took up Wlckoft' burden In the fifth and after he! the visitors Uj'crie hit. and 'no rims Walsh-'was hatted hard by the" Phl'la delphfans but ho managed lo kee the hits scattered in every inning bu the slith and ninth. Manager 'Mac used Eisleen rcen In an effort to wi J. Collins' b making two tltigles, a double and triple out ot five trips to the plate. Chicago 9 13 1 1'hlladelnhla 5 io" PlttsWrtT 174 Tyler and Rariden; Cooper and Giu-CR'OWDKG PHILADELPHIA Chicago, June 18. Chicago cut down tie lead of-' the Philadelphia team today one foil game by shutting oat the visitors for the second titne. during the Aeries here, ,4 to 0, while New York defeated Cincinnati. Humphreys, "who was oa tho mound for Chicago, pitched, a wonderful game and allowed the visitors only three scattered hits, while hro Pbilidel phlans reached second base. Tho support was excellent. Seaton, who bat won thirteen games and lost two for Philadelphia before coming b'.re could not slop tbo Score: Chicago 411 Philadelphia O K Kill. Total .15 ,M M ..II Otltilt'j IS ,UO Total i, .IJ ,11 ...II .11 .11 .113 AMERICAN ENQLAND 8'Jlpcnicd it for MlV- Ing CMIl Ixnjon, June- 1J. Tr.6 Austrian Jockey, K. HuiUa, xcs Auiptsded te- Jor Iho remainder ol iho ratcllns and rcprlaiinc'td. tote irnkh (Irn the tec- oa Juoe 4. was. tuspendrt for re- lalnder of tbe mMtlcj. Ueld lor the Humphries and Brosaahan. tf t, .j ti SHELBY TEAM HERE TOMORROW NIGHT The Shelty ball team was lined up for -baldo laet night -'t -.vlth the local squad at the ball part, when the storm brofce, and put a quietus on 'f. manofcuvres. The Shelby piars in itacleod today.. and tomorrow night will he TfsfCvra THE PERFECT SHOE FOR SUMMER SPORTS ASK TOUR DEAIOL l JACK TAYLOR WRESTLING AT MEDICINE HAT NOW Erstwhile Lethbridjetfe Took Two Straight Falls From George Medicine Hat, June a Hog match Jack this city, defeated George Qoio, of, Mooso in two straight falls tonight. The first (all came in 78 mlmitti. (be sec- ond in 25. LUTHEH 3UM MCCARTY" LEFT OP IN BANK AT .LOS ANGELES I Walsh and Schalfe; Bonder, Taff and Lapp, dcut In (bs rico foilovrlni when bone Fellrlddo val WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE" GAMES FRtUKISH OAMB .Jicdlclno Hat, Jutic Hal- ere aaw one ot tho wildest games ot ball played in the league today when tho Hat defeated Moose Jaw by a 13 o 3 score. H was. a came full of ly playing with the results In doubt. At Iho ciid ot the, flret halt ot ho fourth tbo score stood 6 to 0 In aror ot tho visitors, Gavin" having pitched hUles3 ball. 'In their bait ot he however, tho Hot found him clx hits, three for exirt baga and netted tbom runs. In Iho next session on bases and nose, Steel'replaced him tut bo- ore- tho stdo had retired got four hits off him and tho one off Gavin, ij flve.'netlinB four runs.' Medicine. Hat 14 3 Moosa Jaw 0 10 2 OWE oJid Bliss1 Steel; and Moore. Umpire, McDonald. Gam-3 called on account of darkness. FIELDED Dl-TTTEll AND BUNCHED THEIR HITS Calgary, j-mo Reglna. had tho belter of tho argument In uoth the hitting and pitching depart- ment tho Bronchos look their second same of .the scries from the red BOX today by tho score of 4 to 1 because of Ine ability to hunch their bits and terform circus stuntj In tho field. Matz outpltched Wainwrigbt. 3n only two Innings did noro-thau three men face him, but In each of these two. tbo locals got two runs. Reglna would have been held' runless except for a pitch. In "the, third Inning.Then Tiurke "was on third. 7 t iry.......000 200 6 0 GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES International Providerce, June the first double header ol the season liere, Providence and Montreal even this evening, the Gray's dropping the initial battle hy a 5 to 1 score ar.d winning the second 8 lo B. The Etc- St- Paul 1 7 ond game was called alter Montreal Louisiille 2 7 Minneapolis 4 Toledo 1 41 Patterson and Owens George and D. Voight. National 0 Philadelphia New York Chicago...... Brooklyn W. P.O. 33 17 .653 31 19 .628 23 Sprlnglleld, JIo, Jone of' flclals of the Gorman-American. Bank M Los Angeles have rcfuMd to rslln qulBb. depdilled there bjr Luther McCartr, the pugilist'killed at Cal- Otto Dump Llpraao, iidmlulatrator of the estate, 'will leivo Springfield to- day, to appear before thfl bank for the funds. Attorney re- tained the estate, ,'s'jld the delay was due 10 tic county officials' to collect collateral Inheritance tax. had taken their siith innicg to per- mit the Uoyali to catch a train lor' Baltimore. Mattern pitched fine hall in Ibe opener, while Mitchell wag hit hard and oflcn. Slinc retired alter pitching the first inning because ol a lame arm. Jlurke was easy in the second contest, while Bailey was all but invincible. First Montreal 5 11 0 Providence 1 y 2 .Vattcrn and Burns; Nelson, Mit- chell and J. Onslow. Second Montreal.................... 2 51 Providence 8 10 2 BurJ.e and nur-jj Bailey and J. 2 j Boston Kargcr and James; Vocdburn and g' Cincinnati Clinton. Milwaukee 10 11 1 Indianapolis G 12 .3 WatWn and Hedges; Jlcrz ar.d'Cot- ler. WITH THE CANADIAN OARSMEN AT HENLEY-- Henley-on-Tbimes, Eng., June Against a fairly strong aadi head wind Argonaut eight rowed tho full course fast evenfcg fn tevco minutes and seconds. They did the first half of the cooree In three minutes 'ar.d S3 seconds. Wickson rowed In place of Kent, coached" the crew. Later leader collage eight under belter conditions rowed the course. In seven minute's, 37 teccrads. ll'jllf r wsi out tbln' morn-" Ing for a scull and did half tho course four minutes, a strong stream. _ LEE BEAT TORONTO N'ewark, June 18. donned his former team-mates, the Toronto champions, at Newark to- day. It was tlic second time this rea- son he was opposed fo them anrl the first time they tallied on him. A wild by Jtelfon Irom third .lasc, tho bill taking on an ugly i bound and going to. the (cnce, remit- ted a run to scoic, thus preventing Lee from chalking up a shut-out. 18 second! against The eight had _. two minutes row striking to tho, minute nnd a half tnfnuto'8 spurt of 20 The course faster than Toronto i l 51 Newark 3 82 Manwell and Graham Lee and Jersey City nocheslcr 10 I) Kansas City Columbus 3 Vaughn ami Krltchcll; Cook 5'urphy. 2 S 31 27 23 3! 27 21 3V 23 33 13 37 .555 .510 .471 .441 .411 .339 American.. .Northwestern. Portland S, Sp'okai.c 0. Seattle 7, Tacoraa 2. Victoria Vancouver 3. Nni'tlnu-ii Winnipeg 11, St. Paul 3. Minneapo- lis 6, Grand 3. 3, Du- lulh 2. Superior 0, Virginia 3 Canadian Branlfordjl, Hamilton' 1-. Ouclph 5, Ottawa 4. London 11, f'cterboro 11. St. Thomas 0. PhilacclpWa Cleveland Washington Chicago.................. Boston i-Detrbit Louis (New Vork 41 13 37 20 30 25 31 27 M 20 A 36 22 40 H 33 .753 .536 .534 .519 .400 .355 .261 Associatinn' L. P.O. Milwaukee Columbus City Minneapolis St. Paul Louisville Indianapolis. Toledo ft ff ff ff -i- tf c- Jf ft f( GIANTS SECURE NORTHERN 4- 't LEAGUE .STAR -PITCH6R 10 17 ff Superior, Wli., Juce For a consideration of ff (lie York Nationals today