Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28 lo date players have been let alone liy the. golf chiefs, but in view of the ac- tion against the veteran big lea- guers, It is expected that, all of tliem will be affected, and that golf in the future will be a dead game to them. Baseball will not be the onlv game that will be affected, as al those who belong to private clubs will lilt, it is understood tnat Percy Hnughton. the famous Har- vard football coach, has laso Oeon suspended. BASEBM1 NATIONAL W. Chicago 30 St. Louis ;2 Philadelphia fi I'illsburg Hnston Sew Yorlt 21 lirooliljn 2 Cincinnati il 30 1'ct. .588 '.538 .518T .173 .117 .441 Pittsbjirg J Cincinnati 4, 4 McQuillan anil Gibson; Schrocder, Toney and WinBO. Philadelphia 1 New York (Calleil: Darkness.) Alexander and Killifer; Marquard and Meyers. Uroolyn..... CosUm...... Coombs and Gowdy. 3 11 3 'Miller; Rudolph ami Other game not scheduled. AMERICAN Chicago Boston Detroit Washington New "Vork Cleveland Philadelphia St. Louis 1 St. Louis Detroit Perrvman, Weilman, Pet ,0 .655 .0 .592 5 .576 15 -510 13 '.388 14 .382 14 .382 13 21 1 9 17 2 Hamilton, t: izi i .1111111, n James and Agnew; Dubuc. Civet, Coi- nlcskl, and Stanage, Bakor, McKee. >nuwn in Sang on the mound Ior K.nox, vas no puszle for the opposing- watsmcn and Williams, who relieved lira took an innings to get working and during that time, too, was ,ot a puzzle at all. Williams alter his showed some elusive stun in his offering and held the Northsidcrs iown pret.tv well. The game was never in danger of getting out of the Cardstou, Alta., Juuo are now to be seen ano.imcinK tr' 4 11 3 ...781 Cady, AJTCS Washington......... Foster and Thomas; and Ainsmlth. Chicago............... J Cleveland.............. 5 Faber and Schate; Harsled, Jones and O'Neill. FEDERAL Pot. Chicago Pittsburg large programme, which JllllUlllg LUC is to take Newark u-inners periority at every Williams, rf. and p. Dunsworth, cf. Campbell, 3b...... Johnson, -If......... JlcPhce, 2b Bond, o............... Hansch, Ib......... Livingstone, ss. Satig, p. and ri. turn. AB.R.n.PQ.A.E. 1 220 000 2 0 rlciiitura'l sociely, which is in charge I ot the race events, has excelled itseli j in gettinB nil an attractive list of rac-, es. Each day will see twelve big ov-j onueii -jonnson aim ents pulled off at the track, in which Owens. .i.i_i.._ hlcvlMRR and --t licago McConuell, -Johnson a o 0 0 210 7 1 0 0 0 0 athletes, race horses, 00311 aiitoa win take part. 8 2 0 In the morning of the first day 4 11 4 0 3' patriotic programme will be carried Knitzerf Lefilaire and Berry; Mor- aut in the Assembly hall. Several I n and Rariaen. ir.'isical organizations are now prepar-! ing to take part. Speeches and all j st. Louis................ u sorts "of musical numbers will be 37 3 7 24 8 13 AB.R.H.PO.A.E. 310 0 1 2300 SONS OF ENGLAND vs. NORTH LETHBRIDGE The above football game will take place at the Ball Park on Thursday cvening at 7 o'clock. Owing to the BOB being victorious over the Ca'i- li'es twice, and North bethbridse de- feating the Oalllea in their last game, it i; exnected that each team will put forth their strongest efforts to be on the .winning side, and a fast and ex- citing game will place. Both teams are putting the best possible line-up at their disposal on the field if the weather continues favorable there will certainly be n record turn out of fans to boost for thsir respect ive favorites. Following is the lineup of teams tor thNorth8iethbrldge-Hewitt; Seaman and Holland; Willets, Whyte and Hoi herton; Breeze, Simnl, Tenant, A. Gurr.'and Campbell. Reserves: Miller and T. -Parsons; Nesbitt and" Wai- 11s-'' HarperrLee and Chenory; Bug- sett, 'Farrant, Bestwick. 0 1 o o 0 0 0 11 3 0 North T. Turcotte, Ib; VaseCenak, ss. L Turcott, 2h. C. Gillis, If........... L. Dunsworth, 3h.... Hammond, cf.......... A. Gillis, ri........... J. Gillis, p............ J. Stafford, c........ 45 15 1327 7 1 Score hy Hnox ...........100 000 2 North Lethbridge .....544 010 Olx-15 hits, C. Gil- ls T Turcott two-base hits, Vase- ien'ak 3, L. Turcott, L. Dunsworth, Hammond, Johnson; hits oft Sang in 2 innings, 7, off Williams, in 6 in- nings C struck out by Gillis, 13, by Sang 1, by Williams, 6 dropped heard Indeed it will keep tremely busy if he is to see every part Simon. of the extensive urbgramme which Si Is mapped out. Besides the above list there will be three baseball games played during the two days. On. the w e Brookyn one ex- j CrandaK and Hartley; Dpham and INTERNATIONAL 11? T -O, Providence piayeu uunufs first day the two Cardston teams will clash, while on the second day the., Buffalo..................... I Cardston First and Second wards will Montreal third strike, Stafford pass ball, Bond wild pitch, Williams left- on bases, Knox 6, North Lethbridge 10; time oi game, 1.50. Umpire Serhcy. Attendance, better. Richmond Rochester Toronto Newark Jersey City Toronto S1ILI IKS PACE ONLY PLAYER IN MAJOR CIRCUIT HITTING AT .400 DAU- BERT LEADS NATIONAL AND CAMPBELL FEDERALS Braper, Stowe and Chicago, ill., June 32 Ty Cobb holds the'lead .in the American eaguo, and the only batting averages n the majors better than .400, new eaders have appeared in tha National and Federal, according to the intesf DATE CHANGED Vancouver B.C., June 20- round bout for the lightweight cham- of Canada between "Rough- Charles Burns of Vancouver and Johnny.O'Leary of Seattle has Sen changed; to take place at Co- Sam June 2S, Instead of June 30. ____ Federal, according to tne mrest. ylcto-ia unless Brown either rescmcl- igures published. .Take- Dwihert of i or remitted the fine. Brooklyn is-ahead, with .370, in tho Brown refused and the seven players National, and. Vincent Campbell of the dDelined- to plgy. Federals, with .363. The ten leading- hatters of '.the .National league- are Daubert, Brooklyn. .370; Luderus, .364; Good, Chicago, 347- Now York, .335; FletcSer, 197-' fit-nil Cincinnati. Come to Mac's AND OET YOUR GUNS, RE- VOLVERS OR RIFLES FIXED. Bicycle Our Prices ,nd Goods in Bicycle Repairs Onnot Btll. INDIAN MOTORCYCLE AGENT D. MacDonald 1032 StH B. C. BALL PLAYERS GO OUT ON STRIKE Refute to'Play Out of Sympathy With Suspended Clubmate Vancouver. of the .Van- couver ball players, sympathizing with Outfielder Pappa, who was.fined.anci indefinitely suspended by President Brown of the Vancouver club at Vic- toria on to play endeavor to keep honors at home by playing against the Mountain View and Leavitt teams, respectively. This will he the first time Cardston will see free baseball played hy teams of the M.I.A. Western league. And that good baseball may he ex- pected can bo judged by the great amount of interest which is beinE tak- en by the young men. Both of Card- ston's teams are organized, and are Prmldenc practicing nlehtly upon, grounds of their own. Uniforms have been or- dered and are expected here before Dominion Day. New material is a ready beginning to make itself mani- fest baseball talent is coming to the front. With, each of our celebration days crammed full of interesting events, it is an assured fact that those who visit Cardston on those two days will not be disappointed. 24 me ihtv conies in two delicious flavors. Beneficial, economical. Made clean kept clean sealed air-tight imounty. t Perfect Package, wonder its sale ceeds all others! It cools the mouth, keeps thirst and soothes the throat. It preserves the teeth, and prevents bad breath. A boon to ssmokers aad: it makes the next cigar taste better t MADE IN CANADA Wm. Wrigley Jr. Co., Ltd. Toronto, Ontario i; AM. ASSOCIATIOIN7 leveland Indianapolis Columbus Louisville St. Paul Kansas City Minneapolis Milwaukee SHEARING FIFTY THOUSAND SHEEP NORTHWESTERN Seattle Spokane Vancouver Tacoma Victoria Aberdeen toria on lemseu w yesterday in the game scheduled ANSA8 FIGHTS Victoria, unless Brown either rescind- .p.OB nr Tpmitiod the fine. I j nOCK, Ark., Jbne RACING Raymond, Alta, June 22- v Shearing IB m full snlnff v at the big plant at Conrad on v the Weyhurn line The fore v man Leu Barker, lold the Leader there were about 000 head to be clreped with a gang of 40 to do It Ra; Knight will shear on the Lit tie Dow R C Haivej and H W Bradshaw are througn and their wool is baled read; for market Needless to add they are both wearing broad smiles _ Bankers Approve of Alberta's Plan artmtnt education >Jew 318- Tori, Saier, Groh, Cincinnati, Chicago, .316; Conolly, a, Boaton, -.316: Robertson, New YorK, 315; J. Smith, Boston, .312. The leading batters in the American jcillleu LU President Brown that ne 11 the places of .the striking me 'Canadian' cities In the North- western league -are not doing very weir this season. Only a few days ago the owners of the Victoria club turned over the franchise. to the lea- gue, which is now running the club. league .401; Jack- MOTOR CYCLE jole Crawford, Be-i WINS GOLD MEDAL AT 'FRISCO troll, Mr.isel, New Yorli. .312; Dotroit, -Turner, aaa, Cleveland, .208; 1'elsch and Eddie Col- lins. Chicago; and Lewis, Boston, tied [or tcr.th at .2116. CANADIAN HORSE OWNERS ARE 31. Priest, the local agent for tho Excdsior motorcycle, advises the Her- ald that the Excelsior exhibit at the Ijiuie nocii, ivin., Sawyer racing bill reached the Su- ireme Court today, when attorneys argued and submitted the case ot the Fair association versus Sec- tary of State Hc.1ges to compel the ecrctary to proclaim the bill a.law. NO-HIT. NO-RUN PITCHING Fort Wi'.'liam, Ont., lime mont, pitching for Fargo in the firs game yestdcrny, held Fort William littess'and rimless in the best base isll battle of the season. He was op nosed by Nobl6, a lanky southerner who allowed Fargo Wit three hits, ba one error behind him lost the game This is the first no-hit, nd-rnr, gam in the Northern league this season. P.-nama-Pacific exposition, the gold medal. The exhibit .is a unique one Besides the .different models of DEAD motorcycles mndc hy this firm, there V-LllXlll received in a private letter today that C'aptnin 11. TorguiU, wdl known French horseman at Trochti, Alta., and his pal, J. H. Beadrny; also o( Trpchu, have been 'killed In the fighting in- I France Captain EcUcnfelder ot the 13rd Hattalion the informant French who lias lieei' fighting LOOK HERE are two specially made machines foi this exhibit. They nre called the bride and the groom. The former Is entirely white, the frame being of white enamel, the tires of para rub- ber, and the seat of white leather. The bridegroom is a nickel machine, tint flstiiroa and frame of highly polr Ish'ed nickel. There Is nlso a cutaway model ot the machine (showing the S. 8. LEAGUE St. Patrick's and BASEBALL Wesiay Junio from those of the enemv 1 engine, Si: biisoliall teams will play a morrow night at the barracks at o'clock. BIKE RJOERS, NOTICE' IJicycle riders of the city are r store on evening at clock. Dominion Kay sports will come UP for discussion. Blank War Check May be 5 Billion company took of hcsc securities according to the nb ol their contract, and it is no doubt Calgary pnce for 'theii bonds winch is undoubtedU the best sale that has been wade b> an) school district in the west since the com-, neneement o! the war White to the Alger inter- viewed tl'ic piesidents of several o! the largest Ws and bond houses there nwl tlicv were all ur5 much interested in I he melhods adopted by the mmislei of education in connct- tio.i with the assistineo given the school district in h.nmg the.r bonds nroiicrly placed befoic the financial houses and seeing that maturing cou pons wire attended to promptly It Is rriulting in the M-hooi diatnit se- uiritics of tlie province beuig looUeJ London, June 21 -'Uf. commons jiiiuufuCu S1- ammoish ghmg a tirst rcidin to the house simply authorised the gof- ornmcnt to spend that much tor war purposes, but did not provide 'ortM manner in which the sum should le Tonight's enactment was IB the form of a resolution-which em- powers the government to raise onh the deemed necei- saiv to p.) tU ti-e war the rale ot ii dally lor it ammois gmg a tae ot the bill idmg the new cliancelloi llmllcd hut as much al may cKcnna of tilt with Jnuer, Reginald McKcnna, blank which may lf Dr T Olen Hamilton will contest The 000' H, mood at a L.beral for the M.ni- passed iabt week b) tona legislature fcllP UlHlUll there is' becoming, a much broader tor them.