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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBTHBRIDGE DAILY HBKALD 'PAGE THRES SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1015 Sydney BROS LIMITED MADE IN NEW PITCHING PHENOMENON UNCOVERED IN PERSON OF HAROLD HEN- DERSON 10 SEAITLE MESSAGE FROivi inAYOR TO MAYOR TO BE DELIVER- ED !N 100 HOURS Billings, Mont., June 11.34 o'clock last night the automobile relsy lay from Billings to Livingston, car- rying tho message from tuo Mayor of Chicago to the Mayor of Seattle In formal dedication of tho National Parks highway, reported as hav- ing passed through Columbus, 40 miles west of here, ahead of sccdule time; The -Miles Oily ralay arrived here nt O.fiii last night, lust one hour and four minutes ahead of schedule, in spite of a breakdown IS miles east of this town. A .passing automobile pick- ed UJ) the message after the loss of on'ly four minutes' time, and rushed It Into Billings, where a. crowd of 2000 jieoplc was waiting. The message was nicked up here by Lee Mains, two trailer cars driven by -Harry Laurens and Scott accompanying him. Tho Mains car broke down eight miles cast of Columbus ami Scott carried the message on to Livingston. The Allies Oily car was piloted h.r Dr, peorge M. Brown, The first, relay left Chicago Tuesday nt noon, the schedule calling for ar- rival In Seattle in 100 hours, Relays are picking up the message evory 50 to 100 miles, and, despite muddy roads and numerous accidents, are keeping well ahead of the schedule, This little City Amateur Baseball eaguo of ours is dishing out the stuff n select style. Barring tile opening ;amc of the season every contest has jeen of the nip and tuck variety, and .ho clash between tbe North Leth- Jl'idge squad and Travellers lliBt night i IM.-I. was one of the best. The same was told here, Archer was offered to called at the finish of the first half the Cincinnati lieds recently, but of tho eighth innings with Ills score i tie, 3 to Hain commenced to fall n tho seventh, but tho issue was too close and exciting to cull the fc'iimo then, so Umpire Evans reserved his decision to call it off until it ap- peared ridiculous to cui-ry it on under .he fast gathering gloom and wet. ON M SI PLAY FAS1 GAME OF BULL 10 A HE ARCHER IN DEMAND Great Catcher of Chicago Cubs Wanted by McGraw SI. Louis, Mo., "June er Jimmy Archer of the Cubs is a Giant possibility of- the very near future. .Malinger McGraw of the New admitted that he would be prepared lo go n long way for Archer's services if this competent backstop is on the mar- ket. According lo a story helng A 'correspondent asks: "Will the horse survive the 1-le 5nay, but he'll be the only thing thai does, if they don't enforce the speed laws better. The Boy Again The boy stood on the stranger's corn, And calmly-turned his back, lind sold another baseball Jan A box of cracivc7j2p.k. There Is no Sunday baseball played 'In Ontario, biit Toronto and other On tario teams sometimes play in Quebec on Sunday. For Instance, the Toronto team played two games In Montrea last Snudny, while the London am. Ottawa teams played in Hull. These jrre the games the Lord's Day Alliance :wiah to stop. 1 Christy Mathewson la pitching ag for the New York Giants. Early .last week someone said he was gone and that he would be pensioned off by the Giants. Just to show them that there was notbing to the story, Six" got Into the game the otber day and won easiiv. He is going like Jess Willard find Ty Oobb and the Mnto cupholdei-s. _ Rough at the Coast'' 'Lester Patrick has' resigned as re- teree of the Coast Lacrosse associa- tion because lie found it impossible to control the players of, Vancouver and New Westminster teams. "In the games so lie 'Says, in his letter of) resignation, "there have been two fights and sev- eral 'mix-ups-In have ibeen hit over the head and somewhat seriously injured. It as impos- sible for a referee rough work as it is for a court of Justice to prevent crime. he (continues, "the (players are fine fellows, hut collect- ively they are a different proposition. There Is enoti-h skill and speed in la crosse to make n. Attractive without resorting to rough work, but apparent- ly the members of the teams in this association cannot play it that way. tears of bitter rivitlary on the field has left a lot of'old scores unsettled, and I do not propose to arbitrate the settlement 61 these nersbnaPanimosi- lies. The North Side nine kicked at the game being, called just as they were going to but, but this Is always the case with any team, and his worship leedcd them- not, curtly saying "The game is over, boys." Discovered! Did you hear who was tile big noise of the old-timer 'Toots" Henderson. "Toots" essay- ed as a pitcher for the first time in the history of his local baseball career, and it was "some" essay. He has pitched before, but it v.-as In the dim and forgotten past of his col- lege days. The Travellers were short if material for the firing line, and Toots" was solicited to fill the break. -Did he fill it? Just like Christy Mathewson. Five hatters fac- ed him in the first innings, the maxi- mum; three in the second; the same in the third; four in the fourth; three in the fifth, and three in the seventh. Regular steam roller. "Toots" had only one bad sixth. In that session, the Northsiders went to bat with the score 3 to 1 against them, the Travellers having taken the lead in the fourth. In the sixth Nortli Letnbridgo scored two when Marcus Durisworth slammed the ba'll over sec- ond base between centre and right for three hags, scoring Ted Turcotte and Vaselenak. Dunsworth died on third. Turcotte made first in these doings on four, balls, stole secand ami third; Vaselenak was hit by Henderson, and walked, stealing second, and then Dunsworth. cracked the ball on the lose. Remarkable During the game Henderson had five cleanly executed assists, his work was greatly admired iui the stand. At the bat, however, he was not but a kind fan eased "Toots'" mind on this score by re- minding him that great pitchers nev- :r do pertain to excellence at 'the swatting station. Joe Gillis pitched the same steady kind of ball that has marked his work since the season opened. -He str.uck out. nine men. Henderson struck out eight, but Henderson .was more prom- inent because be was delivering sur- prise packages. Tbe box score and tbe summary tells the rest: N. Leth. L. .Turcotte T. Turcotte Vaselenak C. Gillis..... Dunsworth -Hammond Dnnswortb Stafford J. Gillis Travelers Green, 3b---- Putnam, 3h c... Wise, c.t.. Scott, s.s. Whitney, I.E. Lombard, Ib Murton, r.f Henderson, p Come to Mac's AND GET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Repairers Our.Prices In Bicycle Repair! and Goodi Caniiot Be Beat INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. E. MacDonald 5th Sir I Phone 1032 Street AB. A.B. 5 3 3 4 4 34 H. P.O. A. B, 24 9 H. P.O. A. B. Cincinnati refused to saddle itself with the catcher at the price ami salary involved. .McGrau-, it Is said, is more willing to harter. Ne- gotiations are under way now, it is understood, that may be closed in the very near future. Archer iind -.Manager Bresnahan have never pulled together. This is thought to be the reason for Archer going to another club. Boston.. 2 G 2 St. Louis............... 3 'J 2 rtagan and Whaling; Doak and Sny- dor. New i'ork.............. B 7 2 Plttsburg............... 711 1 Perritt, Kitter and Myers; Mamaux. Adams and Gibson. Philadelphia-Cincinnati: Game post- poned; rain. Brooklyn-Chicago: Postponed, rain. AMERICAN Chicago Boston. Detroit New York Washington Cleveland Philadelphia St. Louis p.c. .COS .G07 .531 .48? .408 Westminster Boys to Play Football The Westminster Sunday School Junior Boys' club met on Thursday evening, when the fallowing officers were elected for the next three months: Hon. president, Rev. J. B. Francis; president, Reginald Grist; vice-presi- William Westuott; secretary, Gordon Jones; treasurer, Mr. Kane; captain of .sports, John McNabb. The summer months will be devoted chiefly to outside sports, and the boys were unanimous in deciding upon foot- hal'i as their controlling game. The first practice match will take place j on Thursday next at 7.30, and it is expected, from the enthusiasm dis- played at the meeting, that the boys will then prove themselves the future football stars of Lethbridge, TENNIS CHAMPION BE'ATEN New York, N.Y., June C. In- twice winner of the Metropolitan tennis championship, who was play- ing through the present tournament in an effort tomake the cup his personal property, was defeated today. Inniaii fell before the steadier volleying and of Leonard Beekman, nation- al interscholastic champion, on the St. Louis............... 1 J Boston............... G Hamilton and Agnew; Foster and Cady, Thomas. [Chicago...............H 12 2 Philadelphia............ 4 S 1 Faber and Schalk; Bush, Davis and Lapp, 'McAvoy, Thomas. Detroit Washington Steen, Covaleski 9 3 and Stanage; Boehling, Ga'llia and Henry. Clereiand-New York; Advanced to Saturday. FEDERAL Chicago Buffalo Brown and Fischer; Krapp, Ehmke, Brannon and Blair. Pittsburg 510 0 Brooklyn............... 413 (i Parr and Berry; Upham, Pinneran and Pratt, Simson. Kansas City Baltimore.; .u of the Bronxville Athletic as- sociation. The score was S 6, 6 1. co.urts Score by innings' North Ward U. C. T. 1 21 6 'i 100 002 0 010 200 base-hit, M. Duns worth: stolen bases, T. Turcotte 2, Vaselenak, M Dunsworth, Scott, hit by pitched Dall Wise 3, Vaselenak struck- out, "by Gillis 9 bv Henderson 8 first base on balls, off Henderson 2, 12 Time Ho' ttmpire, T Just when the game became inter- esting last night, along came the raiti and spoiled an evening's 'sport for tbe twenty-four bowlers engaged in the third a series of inter-club .match- es between the Empire and Gait Gar- den clubs. Quite a few new players were in the game on both .teams, and the BBAMPTON TEAM DISBANDED Reports of Amateur Laci-owe JTeam Coming Weit Toronto, Ont, June 19 report is going the rounds of the western pa- pers to the effect that Brainpton, is preparing to play for the Mann Oup on Juno 28 and Julj 1 In Calgary la (.rosse followers are under the im preuion tliat the Excelsiors, been practising in prnale, and that their retirement fiom the OALA de oided uoon in ordei to conserve all their playing .tixugih tor iho tiophj The Telegram correspondent At Brampton. when spoken to over the wire tine morning, dednred there nothing in the report U has been Impossible to work up tha necessarj Interest cither among tho public 01 the plaieis, and tncre on no team sent to.Calgary, BASEBALL INSANITY. CURE Patients Will Play Game With Some Help From Guards San Bernardino, Oal., June Dr. J. A. Riley, superintendent of the Batton state hospital, has a theory concerning: the value of baseball as an insanity cure, wbich will be tried .out in a ser- ies of games between "The Giants" and "The beginning tomor- row. The two teams are made up in part of patients. of tbe hospital, some of whom have been classed as incurably insane, and the effect of the games npon them will be noted as carefully as the reactions in the case of those suffering from Elite mental Ills. The remaining players are attendants, who will try to prevent any vagaries of their teammates from breaking up the games. 10 11 2 17 90 2 itlt-llilulc..............il Johnson, Packard, .Main, Blackburn _J14 Brown; Bailey, Conley, Quinn and Jacklitsch. St. Louis Newark............... Davenport and Hartley; Chapman, Jfosely, Wbitehauae and Rariden. INTERNATIONAL Richmond.................... Buffalo J Toronto..................... Jersey City Providence.................. Montreal.................... AM. ASSOCIATION Minneapolis Kansas City NORTHWESTERN Spoltane... Until you know the name Black Cat and all it stands for in cigarette quality, you cannot enter into the zone of complete smoking nnjoyntcut. liliick Cat Cigarettes uro a good tliinj: to have In your ttmu.snck. When you're foraging for smokrs, don't Tie content with anything ".-ilmost as good." The name "Bliujk Cat" is considered British snwlters everywhere, as ttie countersign llmt signifies "good smoking.' TrysmoJilns Ton'H find "commdra-in-war" s'artly welcoming lour open and -ready lo return the compliment on all member of Black Cat Army gets one of the new a exciting Black Cat War Games. It's jou send 30 coupons io Black Qit Headquarters, Montreal. GOLF DISAPPOINTING EVANS PLAYING MOST IM- PRESSIVE GAME CARDINALS GET COAST CATCHER Vancouver, B.C., June Herr St. Louis National league scout arid former manager of the Winnipeg Baseball club, today, bought Catcher A C Brottem from, the Vancouver club. Brottem will be turned over to the St. Louis club.at the the season. Short Hills, N. J., June was a day of surprises in the compe- tition the national open golf championship competition on the links of the. Ballusrol Golf club. Some ol the pronounced favorites virtually eliminated, while oth- er players whose chances to win -ivcrc considered to be rattier remote, fin- ished well up in the leading division. Weather and course conditions were perfect. At the conclusion of today's play James M. Barnes, the western open champion, and another proiessional 1 Louis Tcllier, formerly champion of i France, left the field with scores of HG strokes each. Both of. them' equal- led the professional record -of the course, 71 for 18 holes, during the day, a feat which was duplicated by "Chick" Evans of. Chicago, the wes- tern amateur champion, and 51. J. Brady, ffollaston, Mass., and Tom JIcNamara, Boston professionals. Brady finished, only one stroke be- hind the leaders' Mid Jerome D. Tra- vbrs was fourth with a score of ids. The latter did his best work during the afternoon round, when .he came within a single stroke of the profes- sional record. EVANS' 71 IMPRESSIVE Evans impressed the UfllCK .IJVilliH M1I1UC1.1CU Lllw throng of spectators when he made ably eliminate all those who had .his 71 in the-morning. In fact, worse than Ifia and if this is it. hot, for iron tee shot "done the held tomorrow will bfl re- from the 17th into the i duced to about 50 players, losing.-a stroke, he would have brok- (E UP Will Below is given the score at the end of the ninth end, when tha grme was called: J. Mcllvena Gait Club Dr. W. H. Marrs, Ford Runabout >540 Lock a man up and he withers'. It takes the sunshine fresh air to -preserve perfect health The .Ford lias opened up the great, invigorating out-of-iloors to the Canadian of moderate means. More than titty thousand Canadians are using the Ford botli Cor pleasure and business. Buyers of: Ford 'cars will share in our profits if we sell cars between August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915. Runabout Town Car 3S40' F. O. B. Ford, Ontario, with all electric headlights. Cars on display and sale at THE F011D GARAGE VIRTUE PROPS. 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. en the record. As it was he had to get a four on the home hole for 70, Following are the and scores of 22 piayers who have scores of 155 and under but Ire missed an. 18-foot downhill putt by a and the extra putt allowed. him only to equal the James M. Barnes professional record of. 71 for the i L'oiiis Tellier links. M. J-. Brady The followers of-Francis Ouirnet, J. B. Travers the national amateur champion, were Tom JIcNamara greatly disappointed in his work in-R.' Of. MacDonahl both-rounds. The Boston youth had Fred McLedd 77 for his first round, but was just i Walter C. Hagm Out In T'l. 71 71-116 75 71-Hfl 76 76 78 72 74 of A. Campbell 'Charles Evans, Fr. able to get within two strokes that on his second journey. The worst reversal of form during George Low the day -was shown by Gilbert Nich-'j George Sargent oils, the Wilmington (Del.) profcs- Tom Kerrigan sional; who set a dizzy pace in A. G. terdav's 'qualifying round with a low, Davis Ogilvie score 'of Hf Alec Smith 76-150 78 76 71 81-152 75 78 75-153 77 75 78 77 EASTERN AQUATICS Montreal. Que., June East'. era ision of the Canadian Canoe association will not hold their annual; .meet this -year This was decided at a meeting of the executive held, here last night, and which was largely at- tended. This does not mean however, that the Eastern Section will not be "re- presented at the Dominion champion- ship meet to be held in Toronto on the first Saturdaj in August, for the ev ecutive has been authorized'to chposo representatives, for each of the dif ferent Toronto events from the win- ners in the tour local regattas to be held previous to the Toronto meet. RIFLE NOTE collect ors and other undesirables be made to Keep tlrar distance by raetitt of rine tomatoes sened at a "long A Toronto ball plajer says lie has quarrelled with his wife over a can- played remarkably well for be turned in 81 for the second .round, a- Jack Bowlins Wheii finer weather is as total of 15S. There were 65 starters, all three of whom turned in cards ured these inter-club games will stimulate this aftersupper BLACK WHfll TON Whether the Shoes be White or in 1 Gives 'the Shtae that Wotrt Come Off on the Lasting. The "Emy-Opening" Box, 10ft THI r. PALLET CO, N. T. HAHIUTON, ;