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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, JUne i Game Saturday Night Featured by Brilliant Fielding and Good Pitching Shelby1 'ell down in two innings in their game here Saturday night and vere again shut out. The score was 6 to The game was a Dr.e t: tion of baseball skill in all but the) fourth and eighth icnicgs, when tirae- Ir. falls and some indifiereat fielding lost Shelby the game. Lelhnrldge bad a new light in the r box and he showed' class. He is not i an irnporlation either. Ooolhaugh iis name and lie balls from He E.ast-' ern States. He tas' been in this neighborhood for a couple oi weeks only, but was not discovered ustil j the past few days as a slab artist, i He had all kinds ot steam Saturday night and good control. Shelby-gath- ered but four hits oB his offering. -Marsh pilihed tor'- Shelby and was master ot tie situation "in all. hot tee two fatal. Innings in which ths locals icored their runs. With per- iect support be, would have been equal to a shut-out, too, probably. He allowed only, five safe-hits. The fielding of "Shelby was" a reve- lation to the comfortable crowd in attendance, compared' with .their per- formance ol the night before.' 'The Lethbridge fielders stood behind Cool- W baugb to a Greai and Seiden- becher especially showing up in bril- liant' fashion. The score AB S H PO A E Erans. tt Seldenbecher, ts CampbiU, cf -.Wheeler, 2b Ib Davis I. GTECH, If Moore, 3b Cooibaugb, p 0 0 1 1 'o 1 3 0 0 0 013 1 .1 0 1 L 2 0 13 0 6" 2 1 1 1 4 100 Sherrm. cf A, Marsh, 3b as......1 Ray, Larscn, rf Pirchcn, Ib 2b. H. Marlb, Hutchison, o While, If 34 6 5 27 SO AB R If PO A E 40000 40020 40100 40110. 4 0 1 8 0 .40012 30003 3 0 0 11 0 "'3 "0 1-1 0- 0 38 0 "4 24 E Shelby ,.....000 001) 000-0 Lethbridge ,...050 450 020-6 Summary: Two-baae hits, Vhteler, Moors; bssos. Coif, Laroe SefdenbecWr, Campbell, Wheeler, Da- -Tlei. passed ball, Hutch Uon; "double to Mejera; struck oo I, H, by Coo? biuf'o I; hues on billi, off Harsh 3, oS Coolbuigh 1; time, ot 1.25; {GO; umpire, SHELBY AT MACLCOO TODAY Micltod Crunjej 1t> PUytrj Araund Cemt 10 Lethbrldje Maeltod, June give the spec- "a good fame on Monday nl Ttben playj It Is pected tbat the Macleod team will be fcllfhUy re-arranged. Latlmer, the regnlar ahortslop, will probably be be- hind bat, with "Djciy" Holmes, on the mound. This bare tendency, of maims the contest more eveo. The Macleod team hare lost tbe vlcti ol two good players jo FranX Bender, right fielder, and i; Pollock left fielder. Both of Iheie players 1 have gone to telhbrtdge. Pollock haj one gams with the Mac- j leod team, In Ixitbbrldge oa May 2] j but Is of tie hitters In tit IRISH-CANADIANS IN I CHAMPIONSHIP STRIDE TORONTOS HAD SCORE DOUBLED I ON THEM IN ''BIG FCUH" TUMBLED V, FROM GRACE AT MOOSE JAW HORSES FINISHED, THAT CO WILL BE SEEN HERE THIS i WEEK Montreal, June it. The onward march of the Irish Canadians in their 1 race for the championship of the big i iicrosK. sssociation, was left d up Saturday whea they defeated the' Toiontoi by doubling the Queea City score. The Irishmtn doubts as to which was the bitter team. They assumed the lead early in the gsme and maintained it to the esd, winning ty a score of 10 to S. Ths vrinnerc fairly smothered thfir oppoaenti with spted, and altfeoujh the Torontos nere witbin chajlpngicg distance at timfs, they tfefo played 08 their jfeet in the last two periods. Tte game was not marked by the usual roughness, acd the players were irld in check hy the offi-cia Jaff, Jur.c 33. A crowd was easilt amused good atiog at the eibibition track Satur- tci [ay attemocn most ct the sei atorites under. In the very by irst race o! tie Clara Paul, the aM rick local mare, uas defeated in e traight heals, the race eoins to Oeo. 3.' Looruis, Min- capoiis, second Claude Woodiord, c -E. SSoosa Jair, third. imo 2.J51'; MH KUV S Third Pace or Trot won tte Monk, H. W. C Alphadeil, Ed: monton, divide second "and third raon- j ev. Time, 2U6{ Jourth Race-6 Furlongs Lolty j Uaywpod, J. H. Walter, Walla VTal- THR11.LING Dcubled Ecors en Hough Game t.n Spots Toronto, Juno _22. About three thouEand people stVthe Tecurosehs and N'attonils battle here on Saturday, acd It might be that they saw finished' lacrosse, the thrills. Both teams are miking great efforts to teep oat 'of tloa it> the Fpar." Tne anrioas, and' game was hard fought from start to linUb. At times both sides roushed ll uo considerable." The final score was: Tecyrosehs, 6; Nationals, suisiH A Thejre was sozne good jhootlng don' 5 at the traps on Saturday. A. B; Staf 0 ford and j. TV. 'Stafford broke the number of and were 2 top men. The scores: E Shot at Score A, B.- Stafford ..50 .4 J W Stafford 50 Sporting Lire, "J. c third; Tirgs Filth' Race-6 Furlongs F [e Bill won Le D'Orr, stcoad Warfare, H. .R. Morgan, i; SasVatoon, third. Time fr T P Aahcroft 50 AUSTRALIAN DEFEATED CANADIAN SCULLER London, June 23. In the" final, ff of the1' Senior _at the' 1 V regalia' on 9 V: beat Butler, of tho Argoaaut Rowing clab, Toronto, by 'two sijd a" half lengths." Buller_had -I' -own way in the' beats, Bod defeated 'sod Kuslck. Atisfrallan was too much for him In the final, howerer. o n J Gkaisier 25 2 Tuill 50 3 0 B. 0. Stlciey 25 j K. Welch 59' Z 0 G. H. Mulr. 60 j. C. f. Smith J 5 H. Pillini- 50 V. B. Green ,50 1 -0 C. B. Slagratb 50 1 -6 E. H. Ollrer 25 -r- "eoo ES STEVENS TROPHY FINAL NEXT SATURDAY Neil timing the, fin shoot fn the Stevens trophy wiil taft place. Tbc scores to date are, eac man hiving shot at 175 birds: Name Brolse H'd'p S'c B. 0. Stickler SU 22 1 Y V. E. Green 143 19 I A. B. StJfold 155 6 1 ni) J.H.Welch US -43 1 P. AsbcroSt 33 65 1 J. GknlsterY. 110 44 1 E. JTsrii 81 54 HANDICAP WON BY WHISKBROOM II. Revlvil of Big American Turf Event by H, P. Whitney New Tort, June H. P. Whitney's six-year-old chestnut horse, IT. won the reyiral of Brooklyn Handicap, over one mile a quarter, on the Belmont track, ANCOUVER ABOUT OUT OF RUNNING IN LACROSSE ON. TEAM AOA1N TAST56 OEFEAT AT HANDS OF THEIR OLD RIVALS New Weilminster, June eitmlnsttr'f charapion. am scored its fourth victoty ol the over .Vancouver oa Saturday y a scola ut 7 lo 3. The toyals went ray in the lead and lit- e diffic'uUy in finishing 01 nd ol the score; although. tie Van- urerj showed big improvement ov- thelr torra in the last lanie. Hws, .Vancouver, goal, was eteral soft goals beng scored ofi m. Johnson, a Victoria amateur, ill replace him during the resi ;ot IB season. On'the whole, Saturday's was about the best ol the eason, but inclement .weather held attendance donn to less than 00. Both teams played clean la- rosse. Vancouver does not- appear to a .chance to, bead West- PELKEY'S'CASETO TODAY iinster this year. .Position .Goal- Westminster Hess riCBs Pickering 'ringle Qodlrey-' lurray Point Defense Second Defense Clark Howard T. Renhie G." Rennie .Third Defense :erman N'ichoH Carter Lalonde Centre Home I Second Home First Home H. pitlord -'Feehey COUNSEL WANTED CASE DISMISS- BY 1IRTHPLACE PROVED Calgary, June case ol Arthur Pelkey, Luther McCarty's antagonist in the ring where Mc- was killed, and who is on trial lor manslaughter, will probably get to tie Jury about noon Moaday. At the conclusion of' the taking ol evi- dence for the crown Saturday Pel- key's counsel ruovrd that the charge dismissed on the grounds that the crowa had not introduced any evi- dence stowing tbat the fatal bout had beta a prize fight or tbat Pelkey was responsible' for the death ot Mc- Carty. King's counsel resisted the motion. He contended "that the bout had been advertised as A .con- test to'decide the heavyweight cham- pionship ol the world, tbat it bad openly exploited in the news- papers as a tight ol unusual interest, that a large admission 'fee had been charged and that it was a "prize fight. His lordship denied tte mo- tion. The "defense has-little to offer. H. S...Clement, M. P. for Atelin, said that Pelkey was born near-hls farm In Ontario and that liis family was respectable: Arthur. Felkty went t crown. .cast Winternute went "'over, until Monday, Outside Home C. Spring Inside Home L. Turnoull CANADIANT-LAWN" Cardiff but 79 i -7TtiifV.il: '1 i London, June Canadla: to Bont.hrWiles jester day, anS placed ajjrtrrai game with having" the best tilings thfOGghout, the won by 101 lo 79. The scores included Scott, 15; Chapman 15, 14, Brundette 27 Tom Rennie 12, Pollock Wood 20, Spray 15. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES H1LADEDPHIA "GENTLEMEN PLAVEO A BETTER GAM But Could Not Cap: With Australia ..Cricket With" the Bit Philadelphia, June Terrific Da Jug tn the first Innings "enabled th ;ouring Australians to defeat the Ge tlemeu- of Philadelphia today In th tlrst o! a series ol cricket matches b Innings and 17S runs. The Am podeans punisbedtjhe'bowllng of tl for S21 runs befo they retlrod. The home eleve which tcored 124 runs tn ilral In Ings on Priaay, better today, and put together 219 runs tn their second Inning, or total two Innings. i Bardslsy, was top batsman- for IFTY-TO-ONE SHOT WON AT OTTAWA SATURDAY LOSE OF RAOt M16T AT CON NAUOHT LED FROM START Ottawa, Jur.e it lot last raw on the. program to pro- ,de lue seasation ol the. American Intercollegiate Re- galia Fea'.iwe Event Fur-. 'nisW a Surpriw PoujhlLeeutle, K. T., 'Jow ll tour leaturt rtee ot tie an- nual priut mettitig at' Connaught Park. dalasU, loo MacKay entry, wtnt a the wire a 50 to 1 shot aud de- lated Hedjs How ind Merry Lad, he as at Bca Prior MoncV: and other favorites, .dalacte led from barrier to lie, Fa.lry xGod mother UVlnj cd with Rote third. RESULTS First Furlongs Hwrock won j-Magpic, second; Breast Plate, bird. Time a-5, Secoad 3J Forlon'ss Bit tfisletsoa won; Clem Beactiey, 'Eec- nd; S. Davit, third. Time usually considered to be the leading unlvertltjr ol co'Jntiy In rovbg, was forced to lower her colon to Byraouie ani just escaped nonjy ot being defeated by. two tnn crews, the UQiveriity of flaia- icgkon and the university, ol Wreon- sto. lu a drklog and nxctaoislar sucb as hai not been stcn Hudson rtrer course, the Orange vst- slty oarsmen rowed acrow Um a. scant length ahead ot Cornell, whlla prrsiias the evbausled Ithjca flgbk came Washlnjton, less thin a length behind, the lapplag Ae stein cl the Seattle Columbia, the pastru'aterj for Iho two first miles, were fifth, "cooked to a to use a prcssion, while fat in the rear :OS. Third Race-Mlle Abandon won Clinton, second Kadcroserose, third. Time Fourth and Big Dipper won Hash, second Hu y Time Filth and a Towtoa Field won Pardncr, sneocd; Ymir, third: Time Sixth Furlongs Jonquil won Afterglow, second Jewel ol Asia, third. Time 1-5. Seventh Racfri-Mlle and a Sixteenth won ;'Fairy God Mother, second .'Hedge Rose, f third. Tune 3-3.-' syli'anla trailed in the oJ tho Jrecedmt otews. Syracuie finished in II mlautes 283-5 seconds'; Cornell, H mtrmles 31 seconds, Washington, two seconds later, atyl Wisconsin in three seconds behind Washington. Columbia cross- ed the line !9' mi'nut'ei 3S 1-5 ends, alter the start, and Penasyl- vania 'trailed In last in 50 tnlnutea 11 1-5 secoadi. The 'time of the win- ning crew was the fastest time sines 1909, and but thirty-five and two- H'lhs seconds, behind the -record ot the co'arse, wade- by .Cornell In 1910, when Courtney's star crew iped over the four in 18 mtuubet 63 L-5 seconds. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National SATURDAY'S GAMES Brootlyn 3 80 New" York 0 40 and ilarquard, Ce- inaree and Sleyera. At Cincinnati: 6 13 0 CiccisuiaU S 72 Caranitz, ttoblnsoa and Cole man SugsSi'Ilarter, Brown and Olarke, At Boston First 'hiladflphia ......w.........., 5 1C American SATURDAY'S GAMES At .Philadelphia Boston 5 12 3 Philadelphia 4 10 3 llall, Bedtent; end Cairi- ari and Kunamaber Houck, Plank, 3eader and Schang. At Washington First New York i, ._ 1 81 ,_ I 13 and Sweeney; Jfullla and Henrj. iise-Aygirallaru, s A. Purneas was the leading tatsman for the Gentlemen of Philadelphia, with !06 runj not' out, In the second nnlngs. I. Pillinj..... 134 Q. Jfulr 102 147 At the Butts oday, in rooat'ltnpreisive style. The winner, carried 130 au'ftnpost imilar to that carried by FttzherbeM, ho .won ibe last running of this event at the track. STORM PUT TARGETS OUT OF COMMISSION The Lelhbridge Rifle Association held a practice shdol on Saturday af- ternoon, but owing to the heavy rain Thursday night, the 200 yards targets were, the only'ones in commission. Scorea: CA'NAOiAN. VICTORY POPULAR OHE f. r How Flnaj In Cup Will M JDM popular vli- tory of B. P. Scawetgef, the Ctnidlan _ Slayer, Leltira, the South African hrWttt "cavil'Uup compeil- M Satarsiy, liven Canada rifbt U'aMt In rowl, wmkh hai 'fixed for July The winners ra tMl .will meet -the (i Amerlctn vs. German) U nho "ihill contest the United Kics .Maclcod Davidson Collins Emery PHtard Jarlton laynes Webb Skeilon aimmons 30- SD 29- 25 30 30 n 29 20 23 26 3'J 33 30 30 27. y, 30 JO 26 MOOSB JAW TOOK TWO Calgary, June reputation ol Mo-jse Jaw's two" no-hiV pitc'cErs was too much lor Bronchos on Saturday, acd although the locals outhit visitors In'boih'contests add hai an edge in' lie pitching de- partment, jet they could .'not win. rn tho altonoon aff'r'i wierd game ths Millets won, 0, dp- Ing the mound duty during'this con- test. U was Steele's eighth consecu- tive lictory. In the evening Moose won a pitching duel by the score ot 2 to I. Northru'p turned the trick this time. Scores Moose H 12 2 Calgary H 5 Steele and Moore Meyers and Roche. Moose Jaw Calgary 1 1 VANCOUVER AMATEURS BUCKED THE PROPOSITION A. C. Ucroaae team, hoidera ot the Slann Cup, refused to permit "anr oj the members to Join Con Jones' team this but- announced that they would the coaal league as a sec- ond Vancouver team In 1914, if they retained tie cup this year. Chalmers, Beaton and Dooln, Rudolph, Second game Philadelphia 5 9 Boston 1 H 2 Moose, Jtajer and Kllliler James and Rariden and Boston 9 0 Second game Xew York _ 6 Keating, Clark and Sweeney Johnson and Aintmlth, Cleveland 7 10 I Detroit......... 650 Falkenhurg, Wirchett and1 Carlsch Daossi Hall, Lake and McKt! and .'SUNDAY OAMES At St. Louis Chicago St f.'ouis Fierce and Bresui Burk and JfcLeanl 6 10' 1 0 10 Pcrritt, ARGONAUTS TIME MAKE FINE IN PRACTICE At Ciocinnati'l Pittsburgh, Cincinnati Adams and Coleman and Louis, game, tain. SUNDAY (JAMES At CbSwgo i First jame- it. I-ouis 5 0 Mcago 6 I Leverni Agnew; Scott Schalt. 5 91 4 11 1 An'.cs, Brown SPIN WESTERN LEAGUE SITUATION The slluatlon or afrtin In Hie Western Canada league are unaltered, and the meeting at Moose Jaw on Sat- urday, failed to any difference. The league itlll continue with four clubs playing for another ten days, It le said. June Henley, on Salurday evening, the Argonaut eight rowed the first halt tho the vcjam course In the good llmo of 3 minutes _.c__, 29" seconds, a'performanco not equall- Xorthrup and Reeso and led by any other competitors. It was Rocr.e. 'raining hard this morning when the eight and four had brief outings, but did 'no bard rowing, 10 dclfil .John Jameson HcCABTY'3 WIDOW WILL GET An Inventory and appralial of the of McCarty, the p'jgll- Ist, who wa> killed In a bout at Cal- gary four weeki agor has been filed in tbe probate court at Springfield, Mo. It leaies (he widow approjlrnale- ly JlWOO. Of this amount 50 Is In depoalUd in a Angeles, Cal., Whiskey A bottle of this famous kept Ja a boa's insures quick wtitig rMtpratlve for, sudden chill or weakness PITCHERS' BATTLE AT HAT Medicine Hat, June 22. Hegina beat Medicine.Uat in.a fine pitching baltlc between Lind and Beer. Saturday afternoon. Kegina scored twa runs In Uie first "inning, and the locals jol tlieir one run in the second.-After that there was-no more scoring, but airtight hall vailed. 'The score stood 3 io 0 In favor of tho visitors'at the er.d of_ the first inning, when rain' flopped fhe' s.eo- work being done. BASEBALL TABLES National Philadelphia S'ew York Brooklyn Chicago or.d game. Score: pittsburg Medicine Hat OlOCoaOGf-l Boston tegioa 200 000 000-2 7 3 gt. ]iOUj3 "J Llnd ar.d lillss; Beer and Baker. Umpire, McDonald. NOTICES 8. 0, E.'TEAM FOB GAME The following will represent the B. 0. E. In Ihelr league jams wild tho Calilei oo Toesdny: Walton! Frier, ilolbertob; Chlsfflck, FJrUi; Jordan, (Isllagher, Jackson, ball at 6.15, Strip Cincinnati W. L, P.C. 36 16 .692 32 21 29 21 30 28 29 31 24 30 31 3? 21 20 .517 .517 .453 .444 .414 ,351 American Philadelphia Cleveland Washington Chicago Detroit St.- Louis New Votk W. L. P.C. 42 15 .731 2-J .533 51- 28 28 .533 38 .387 11- .319 33 34 21 21 n Sunday -games f.tt. uncertainly re- norltii and arc not included in the MIN01VGAMES International Saturday Games Jersey Cily 4, Toronto 3. Newnrt 2, Buffalo Rocbwter .5, Provld- inco 2. "MontreoI-Balllmore, rain. Sunday Games Jersey City Toronto 3. Jersey Cily 6, Toronto 0. IJuffalo 3, Newark (J, Providence 8. Northwestcii) Spofcane 4, Portland 2. Seattle 3 Tucoma 2., VancoaTer-Victoria, rain. Association Cohrmbus 3, Minneapolis 0. Indian apolfs 2; St. Paul i. Milwaukee 12, Louisville 3, Pacific Coast LOJ Angelei 11, Venice 6. San Fran- cisco, 5, Poitfand 2. Oaltland 4, Sac- nrdento 3, peterboru i. QUelPh 0. ..1 _, Norihorn Minneapolis 2, Superior I. Diilnlh 6, I'aul t, Wlnona 13, flrand Forki' 6. St. Paul IJuluth 4. Unl- uth Vs.'- 2- Secoad game- It. Louis _. _. Ihicago............. -Weilman, Allison Valsb and Sen ilk. and 082 a" 4 J Agnew; At Cleveland First Cleiclasl 3 Dclrott 7 H 0 Falkeuburg, filanding and Carisch Lake and lIcKee, Seeor.d Cleveland Detroit Orcgg and O'N'elll; Dausi rleau. 7 1 1 5 I si and Ron- ENGLISH TENNIS TITLE MATCHES START TODAY Wimbledon, England, June opening ol play In the English lawn tennis championships today brought together an' assemblage mois cosmo- lolitan ihan has ever met oa the. kld'oi sport. There.were no tewer 116 entries' In the singles, the United States anS Australia holding the list with A dramatic start" was assured for tho tournament by', the drawing in the first round ol Maurice. 'E. Mac laugulin, of San Francisco, against H. Roper Barrett, one ot the probable members' ol tie British- loam .which will defend the Dwlght y. Davis trophy. Deprived ot his splVm, which arc pfoHbitcil at Vilm- Llfdon, ar.d with his "sea aUy Mil! the young American has a stilt anil some declared that in the event oi victory tvould become a. favorite for .tho championship. ;