Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
I j! 1 'V PAGE SIX THB LKyHBRIDCE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 19ti STEPS BEING TAKEN BY ORGAN- iZED BASEBALL TO EX. TERMINATE THEIR ENEMY fOUR INTERNA TIONAL AN'pj FROM AMERICAN ASSO. York, June toward the formation of a third ruaior baseball league, ivere taken to- day at a conference between Presi- dent Edward G. Barrows, J. J. Stein, and J- McCaf- fery, of the International League, and members of the National Commis- sion The new league, which is designed bring about the extermination of the Federal League, the thorn in1 the side .of organized baseball, is to be formed of. four clubs from the Inter- COBB FINED Detroit, Mich., June Tyrus Cobb, the widely-kuown hasebalt player, pleutled guilty in court today to a. charge of disturbing thjs peace, and paid a fine. Ho punched a butcher boy for arguing "with his wife. ROD BUCKTHORN 'BEAT BUSKIN BY NARROW MARGIN HIGH AS 3 -TO -1 OFFERED JOHNSON'S BACKERS IN FIGHT WITH MORAN WILLIE, .LEWIS-CONFIDENT THAT MORAN WILL- DEFEAT TIHE. NEGRO CHAMPION SHOWS aASS AT MOOSE JAV WINS RACE IN THREE STRAIGH HEATS OPENING DAY OF DRIVING CLUB MEET JFooso Jaw, "Sask., June 21. Tl track was in line condition for tli opening day's racing hero yesterda) and .some keenly contested heats re- sulted. The. surprise was the defea of Dean Switt in the trot, Orat ton Boy taking titrco lledwoo U'ilkes won the three minute pace i iraight-heats. Hal Boy took th pace, also in straight 'heats', li .ho 5A .-furlongH ilash, Jockey- Nib ock, rider .01' Sam Rank, sel lown by the judges1 for '.or striking Jockey >Jqe Parker, ride; if Oxer, ,the winner, coming up the stretch. In lite mile and sixteenth lohnltic Singleton rode a bcautiiu ace on Frank Fletcher, and won In i couple of lengths after a hard tretch finish. Three minute pace, purse.: 5500 leaivpod, Wilkes, JK: C.. Prince Albert (Ireland) '1 1 1 Xew York, June o[ S30j00o .to ha: sixth running of the Brooklyn handi- hooked. Johnson's weight J. Spo- kane 3 2 rgot lle- Pans, June 34.-Od.ls 01 1 to 1 and 2 3 to 1 arc quoteil arojind Jack John- _A[ Anllersojl ;on's training camp on the negro .Por'tlamf (Childs) 3 g hances in hisi corning bout with J; jr M.-c. Tvnc vith Frank Moran, the Pittsbnrg prince Albert (Itagsdale) 5 6 4 Courtney W., E. I3attell, Moose 6 4 (i vhite hope. It is. reported that one i been t national League and an equal number from the American Association. It Catching. Walter Johnson's shoots would: to be a very cap at one and a quarter miles was transferred yesterday to the Queens County Jockey club's track at Aque- duct, L. I., and the event, which is lone of the classiest of the American was won by the o-year-old bay soft slightly below 21C pounds, and he has eight days left to get down k> Tom Flanagan and Sain Leonard, of Toronto, are both strong boomers of Johnson, and declare that his con- ,____ _jcbhorn, carrying 113 dition is much better than before. [job. .but Eddie Ainsmith seems piloted hy Jockey JlcCahcy. cither the 'Jeffries or Flynn fights. it. In fact, he says that 1 The: winner, Whitney-bred, by Johnson himself says tlj it easier to catch than some I Broomstick out of Thirty-Third, is! "1 feel I never was better in mv JUeghman, owner oi the Lhicago led- of other pitchers, as ht is seldom I owned by the wealthy Canadian turf' life, and I am going to win. I've got feral" League franchise, and the iffards, who own the Brooklyn Fed- t; Louis hicago etroit 5 11 FEDERAL hieago t. Louis ansas City ndianapolis Only two Federal games today. CANADA MEDICINE HAT WON Rcgina, June' Mad Hatters iok the third of the series when artin held the Red Sox doWn to scattered hits and two runs, hode .could nob tighten up in file nc'nes. cdieino.Hal 7 11 -1 egina''......... ....T-............... 27-1 5iartiii and Bliss; Rhode antl Net- 1. TRYING OUT AIRSHIP Hammondsport, Y., June The first successful trials yesterday oi the America, the air craft in which Lieut. John C. Porte, and George E. A. Hallett plan to fly across the Atlantic ocean from New- foundland to England, are followed hy a series of severe tests beginning today. T-he Aeroplane will he shipped to'St; John's early next month. After being reassembled at St. John's another scries of tests is to CALGARY TAKES TWO Edmonton, June Plu- vjus let up for a day and the Bron- chos cleanfcd up a double header. A fly over third which ths Eski- mos claimed was. a; foul, drove in two, breaking the tic in the ninth. Errors by Dave Gregg, the pitcher from Spokane, and Williams, lost the evening game for the Eski- mos. s. Afternoon Calgary R 10 3 Edmonton -1 32 PLUSSCH, Gage and1 Kuhn Stallcop and Lemicui. P. W. D. L. F. A. P. N. L. U... 5 4 0 1 13 3 8 Callles 5 4 0 1 10 3 8 ShamrockB... 6312667 S. O. E. ..4 1 0 3 3 10 2 Overseas at the end of the bout he will still be champion. Johnson said this today, while he was doing his last day's real training for the encounter. His work tomorrow will be light, and on Saturday he intends to Clayton Topping, proprietor of the Selkirk hotel, Tlevelstolre, B. C., appeared before Police Magistrate Hamilton there, on a charge of biting an ear off Jerry a bar-room shoots will be held in the future on attendance is requested next Saturday, as arrangements win be made for a shoot on Monday, July B, when W. R. Crosby, and some of the best shots in the world, will be and the two pilots plan to start on thsir perilous air voyage on or about July 15. Lieut. Porte today planned to make weight carrying tests of the America and he will probably attempt an altitude flight. A distance flight will also be ami five sacks, hard hut a Moose .Jai Saskatoon Pcet and ers. Evening Calgarj; 351 Edmonton 1 5 ,5 Loom'is and Kulm Gregg and Le- mieux. f MILLERS BEAT QUAKERS Saskatoon, June with Poet twirling, third of a series from the Quakers. They earned four runs in the sixth innings on four hit Kallio Torqu to' Baltimore" 2i-." Baltimore -.6; T.orontb Newark G.vMbntreal r'4i. Jcr'sSyCUy'5, 4. Jersey City-10, Jiochcster, 6. Providence.7, Buffalo 4. AM. ASSOCIATION Jlinne'npo'iis 3, Cleveland 1. Slinneapolis 1, Cleveland 1. liihvaukee Louisville 1. Kansas City 8, Indiaiianolis (i. Louisville IvMilwauUee 1. St. Paul 3. (CANADIAN Toronto'9, Ottawa 7.' St. Thomas Ejrle.J.' Hamilton a, London 3. Brantford 4, Peterboro 2.; NATIONAL New- York Cincinnati St. Louis ihfcago Philadelphia Ittsburff Brooklyn Boston 33 31 32 29 2G 26' 23 P.O. .623- .534 .5LTj .-181 .-I Si .431 .415 AMERICAN Philadelphia Detroit St. Louis .Vashington Boston..... hicago York Cleveland W. 35 33 20 21 27 31 3-1 27 P.C. 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