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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta i t Saturday.'June PRES. W.C.L. EXPLAINS FACTS OF TURMOIL Frank Gray at Medicine Hat Tells Reason for Drastic Action Against His Rules in His Hulen, Manager Rsgina Gets the Hook Medicine Hat, June President Gray of the. Western Canada leosce, jnas in One city last but he was not here long. On his arrltal te fcfard that J. F. Cairns had wired to the clubs asiing them to be rep- resented at Jaw' at a 'mfetics so he decided to' go down and hear and see what goes to a times' reporter last he said "There .Tilt! be prac- iilcally ho inceUag 6t the iMgce'at 'Jair.' When there is a leisne will be held" in Edmonton- and1 everything belonjing io the lea-' .gur will be'retuined. Thtre has-been a representative from only two 'of the clubs askuig i HMntiy there called, Mr. ,J. Wen isot he telt i would tav nc coauwtut He then sho jig what t Jlr- 'Httrl ter which present'at and they did so, aid 1 mxat say they played a 'creditable game. The day, however, I rtt- i sistei by all the pliv- to the eftcct that thsy teluscd to Hurlfy eni C'aires wtre reinstated. I thtn tho'yht that 1 had more thaa grounds to expel the whole and 1 djd so." WOULD OIJS-P PRESIDENT Speaking further on the matter, he- said F. Cairns was- sunplj- trying' to riiie him out- ot the league, Winners in Doubles-Yesterday and are Expected to Take Remaining Matches TO MEET BELGIAN TEAM June 20: i- defeated South Africa in the elimin- ation rorad for-'the selection challenger tor the DivighVDaris lawn continued Mr. dray, will sure have to do tot The wore, was ,-5 6-3 W ;-8SJ. Canada-was representea by .S. B: Dauntlett and R. S. The match was played-at Queen's Club, Vest Kensington, r or a meeting, so have the support oi all'." will .be no he was -going' fo (to at jid when tte mestuii; Janv be stated that fca was F. Caircs, ol quite sure, but he was sure that ke them. He has be no' meetir.g oi the ih the league now, there. to be at the EXPELLED APER TO thm he sprung a new that ,he, bad 'misrepresented' 'has expelled Bill) carrying fourteen men. This' occurred papers t nip. case! were Brought rHe 'saidfthit; he; hid given 'the warning T and that U 'bad 'not perfectly satisfied taken, so there was no' other o tbe support of tban to exptl him. wlth tie league. fates rthree clubs to. put this ob'jtte hummer, and rdet rrce up to tie row. The letter to'Slanaser vou right now" that il 'have no fear ol three 'clubs taking a stanl at gentleman to We are still go- a certain date IB. to hare baseball, "and what is plain why he carried we are going to 'carry it on s-as also a 'the rules oMhe- league if- I ry would be held any. say. in the was Sasfcatobn team Gray's" concluding replied "H the "GRAY- IS RIGHT u wish to see me on president produced, all the cor- ,ub you will have to and. also: (he rule hook >of .there is not the least doubt but ed' thai a lettEi of he is in the right, for one ol said Mr. Gray, "ioi rules stated any person, 'presi- H tht newspaper men inaaager- or even player, may t tte inquiry and 'I questioned regarding the 'salary a shorthand reporter, to the players, and that if so evidence, why I any eiuV shall at the short- e leagus. 1 then possible notice bring all accounts layers ot the .a meeting of the league whea r up at tbe game' desired. .--O r i DID PELKEY .HAVE-ON HIS- HANDS y 1 gle matches resulted In one lictory, ;ach: lor Canada "must' win" another' match cl thejffmyet sto be, p.layeil la order-ta enter while 'the torious iu hota 'continue 5- .It .bas says .sports; rien] Canada Xtrica are fo finish 'fie remainder of! -'their five matches tomorrow: Sporting critics forecast an., easy victory for" tte Canadians. The winners oti Ibis i rouad meet in (be tbe 'team which drew a bye is the first round against the; German, which "was vic- torious over tte French team" at Weisbadrn.'1.' Into a Knot, Allowing but One Hit and No' Runs SCORE WAS 13 TO 0 Shelby prorW somewhat cl vfahe alarm in their show ins against Wal- lace Wiiards at the -tail part 'last uighl jind were, shul out 61 the scoring br'the juicy 13 -'V -fl The'-'isitors'-wtic never in outbit, outini In tieparlment ot the game. oa the fittaj line' (Sr tie" locals', did teavy rirca- tioa. Ke tanned sli ol ttc Srst eight ,nien to face birn 'and in the first five innings Shelby only batted twice around and iiits were no icore in evidence than Shelby's runs. H was not until the eighth round that the vlsitors.'uncorjwd a '.'alone to tie Shelby "team's genius at.solving Siieeier's magic-VrV'ol doping AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS CANADA" r M Calgary. Juse, fi including three fspoiting'' edi- and advertising rnanageTs''of the i'hrrt local pkpas -weie eiamiced briefly by counsel this afternoon. Thi3 practically concluded the case tor the The -posters used tor invtrtisuig tie contest at the Burns on May 24, the advertisements in tbe papers, the admission tickels and the' gloves were all produced .in 'court. Oue man was asked to tell DOT Telkey bandaged bis hands before putting 'on gloves' ar.d a sensation produced in tbe court. Afte'i re- ptatai questioning by counsel' he siroEe that.Pelkey had put nothing ehjw insid? his gloves.' _ i The last witnesses qt the dav.were the mounted policemen. Sergeant T.rundle'said tbat he had been pres-" eril at the contest in an' official" ca- pacity to. preserve order and be had been In a limiUr capacity at otktt tuch Muti it tbe sa many nofjreason to there 'was nothing disorderly in tbi cbatest and tte crowd Was most re specttul. The police themselves bac! j many, boxing bouts, at. Regina they Bsei to be attended by the pub lie. Tte 'other mounted pftlicemar said that HeCarty did not lookwel: when in the ring arid'be was ,slug gisii, while i'elkey was active in th j contest. McCarty was yellowish K color 'and looVcd tar Irom well. I concluded the evidence tor the da> and tbe'OUly other evidence for tb crown will be Dr, Mosbler, who is re called. ANOTHER VICTORS June 20. The Cariadta lawn howiers galnsdrlbolr second vie lory' today at Torquay, by defeatin the Devonabire bowling team by lh_! Ecpro of HZ to 105. The Canadian illusive teanVs batters who could have laced pitr'in' nine innings seven J and fas baseball goes'he" nearly secured a possible.; only five ir.en over the mart took.a look at er's oSeriog at tbe plate. At this phase of the game the local s'nu'mber- by the'naaieo: For lie twjrlini for Sbelby. He .pitcher and he up pretty fair a tnfas no' problEni, in th1 wilds'ol'AlBerla.'He was chisrd t'c cover in the.slilh'm Savor ol R up-it good styli an'd succeeded in tolding the local to but one more talfy alter they bad they '.pleased, in-tbe previ ous innrngs. lax. Store' j. rf Martinson, gs .V For, p...... R. Marsh, p Cole, 2b Harsh, If. Ige-- j ES AB K H PO A E 4_.0 1 0. d _4--.'Q 000 3 0 0 1 4 1 0 0.0 1 I' 0 .0] 1 q. o .0' 0 I' :o' o ro ao -o i z411 AE R H PO A 5 2 3'3 2 3 '3 1 2 2 "3 1'- 0 0 .6 0 3 023 i i 3-12--1- 6 l i 11 fi if: inninis; r..''.. I L batsman, and (he grwt- In1, ft i" >n A Flor de Claro FULL, RICH HAVANA FLAVOR MILD AND SWEET YET order. combines the full rich flavor an extra 'fine Havana cigar'with a lightneif and mildness knoirn ia expensive. Havanas. Here's the cigar you have for cigar that smokes 33 ifmsdetoyour individual It's a clear Santa Clara Cuban blend that "He'. Got it" He's found one of the aluminum lags we are psttlngitt "flordeCUto" that uj for 35C. in cash. Some dt tags !A them. toe ash ai you smoke Cliro." 'Flor de Fina Lookinf Fine Smokinf J. ATMB T. hlU, ...f a'croclt but, by Ttx V'.fi'.-' ui' bil'a. 7 GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National ALEE -WAS OVERWHELM I NO BL Louis, June HM loo uch tor Chicago this afternoon, arid 4 to triple oneii br two singlet. Sohultte'i error, enough runs In the sixth inning win- the. game. An error, i pass, d Phelan's Wplt, tare (to rlilton "ruin. Kabler etiectire, escept the third. In tour times at bit aso secured Jour bits. hlcajo............; ...211 Louis 4 12 Cheney and Bresuahan; Ealee and logo, RIGHT TIME .June Pittsburg hit New, York' pltchera at the. right tueV-and1 the fielding of the vlsi- ijnatled Hwa to wjn .to 'tJ'foote plteiid splendid ball, and rani hlii figured in Ib; tcov- g of all. New York runs. Il _ as a scrappy battle, with Umpire ar tires. fclcli- 10 hard on. hall; and strikes In the th, tbat ordered him out of e game." 'Wood and Coleman, two ttsburg recruits, who arc (Wing In r crippled absentees, starred with e bat. Each scored two runs and ad three hits. Tesreau .seemed to liter, from -the. was t'siea'dy for fou'r Fromnie oX job.Jn the fiijh.and' allow- four'tlts in tVo Crandall ore hits, bringing tie American HIGHLANDERS COMIN'O 3TROSG Waahlntlon, Jnue is given Its first jolt ot the Eeasoa today, when Frank Chance's rejuven- ated Hichlandera took both ends ot t double-header, the score In each game being 9 to 3. The loss of thesi games and the victories of Boston and Chi- today, (creed tbe locals Into tht second dhislon. Tho visitors simply slaughtered the pitchers In both rolling up a total ot 31 hllE, while tbe fielding ot tbe locals was very ragged. Cree. and UartMlI made ill biti each, 'and Daniels reached first Use in each of the first tbrea tunings .of the second 4ams by being hit by pitched balls. Sew York............-..- 9 17 0 3 13 3 tosher and1 Sweeney; Sva'shington-.. 9 13 i Schultz and Gossett; Gallla, Hugh- TIMELY DOUBLE PLAY Cleveland, June 20. Chicago played postponed game here 'today, and won, 3 to 0. Except IhitbVfourth Inn- Ing Clcotte kept Clerelaiisi's Sits scat- tered. In the fourth- LocSIa and Hyan singled la'cwiceislbn, but a double play IttsburB j..- Tes'reau, 'eycrs; Wilton, O'To Iftternational -.190 altlmore..............14 18 0 Dale, Burie, Demmitt and Madden; and Egau. .-...-.-.-2 6 6 s'wark 9 11 0 Holmw and Gowdy, and mllb.- 3 S 3 Qalnn and Wllluma; Bailey and J. Onslorf. Association Minneapolis S Toledo 3 >a i of In w today's which'Boston won from, Phiiadelpbia 'to' run. scored by "the Athletic Boston's errors'In (ho first looieliTyery large untll'the slsth when two'.injs'es on_halls'foliowcj by In the.' ButBflta.s'hit fqrjtbrie singles and alter.-ie'had made.'a wild'pitch and h's Vis relieved h'y Taff. Boilon 6 10 2 1 S .1 Wood and Nunamaker; BuEh, Tafi and Schang. '--.--cV Big Colleges Will Fight it Out for Supremacy the Oar Today BETTING ON THE RESULTS Time Made in Practices .and Pennsylvania Up Strong' N'.T., June ievtntoen crews ot Colum- bia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Dgtoh and Syracuse put nnishlng ouches on their weeks ot training for omovrof a bij regatta with the prac- Ice'this atternoon.. Allvthe crews were on the- river, but as alt practically ready for .the test "races, no hard -work was Indulged in'oy any of tba comblnalionB. with .t the vanguard o( customaiy idrde ol crpwda. and 'men usual d Corntll waa tKe saiao aha -waa last Not very large-wagera lave been reported, but OQ qf > the. art to 1 favorites, Oornsil'Huch Liked rs'Of evep money on Cornell agafuil.-Columbia' and Washlngtoa tavejbpei iBopted. and 10 to 8 on Cnf- i vvlsconala and t Cornell will UKe 111 but few." the early bet- race being sell any..; one crew at eveh the.betting on tha-fou'r- ifid? Washlrji- main fai- Kwin t: 6" LrlLbrMfi i: wu.'. bits, aft Fox IS In 5 Marsh 1 In 3 Innlnss; umpire, McOarljr; at- tendance NOTES OF THE Shelby plays here again' tonight. Marsh will bt in the box tor-' the visitors, and il -he pitches y eflee- titely he illd wherf tie relived fat lait tie game should be in- Oliver setufcii Mt-' 'of Shelby T IB eighth innings he dropped Itaguer ol short .It did no mid! Wells, Evans and Wheeler hlti HWJH i i. Stelby fctt a'ajuple ot' rtllitir.t suffragettes wittiV'thcm. Thef libcd.rcore lua than Young and Baskette and SlMPLrY MUHUtjR eight. Hat, Medicine 1. Paul 8 IS xnilsvilte 91 9 to u. a" anfiii BIUBBIUK Garcher and-'Jamea; Powell for thelo'cals, and besides this wiM bases. Danieli' ninnlng stealing lilwauliee i S 6 bases, and twice stealing home. ndlanapolls 6 9 In Ihv.ltrBt Innlns, with Walson and Hughes; Works men on iuses, hit a single which stretched into a home run, his in'th'e'game was a, triple. aises the rudder, a condition that loes not exist-'with any other crew. oar utei by the Pac-, fie coast-crew also Is'wldcf than the' iladcs used by the Tho WIscouGfn 'varsity crew will be.' n tho. race Its new stroke, Bohf who pulled 'the -No. 2 oar all hroLigh a daya ago, laving bean put lu to atroke'the crew. ,n place ot Evert, who lakes the sfty bar. Coach Vail tayi ho It Eatfilied the; ihell-'moreij faater'wlth the com- bination. .The new oara which tbe; Wleconsln senior crew iwa two or' three times, have been laid aslda, add' the crew will row (be nca -wlthjlha. old oara, the men and Ilk-1 Ing them much better.'-Ajl the men are in good condition, except who in suffering but Is ex- pected to ba In proper condition by. tomorrow. Kow The ColumbU'criwCBtve been row- Ing with itsoolbnesa, and showing during long rows, 80 that-cow.Coaoh Rice tblnk't tboro will 1n tbe Co1.', umbla holding out' The L'treiva have shown lllty'', improvement daring the. (ind Conclt Ward is now.'lopXln'g forward to gco'd. especially, will row with in Oarvln's Beat, at K'c. 6.vGaTyln has bten tnkon his home becauBe of illneBS, and it f.aid at quarters to- day that he was suffering wllh phold fevur, The race Is for four o'clock; tho frethTosn race at; and tho 'varsity race at 6 all races being rowed'down s'treftuL ;