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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 1'age C THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J Vriilay, June 27, 1013 BASEBALL IABLES At the Butts GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES WASUtNGTOX OUTC'bAS AYajhlnjton, June Pri-e Con I; sts en the Holiday for Me-nben of Uccil Rifl l.fthbrid.w Rifle will hoU i practice shoot Saturday before tr-r day matches, and jU [uruiVrs ale requested to adtznugr of th? Satutila} took both of a hestV r to- llyi; Tlic eou- winning streak was broken to- AND GOOD CONTESTS FEAT- URED O. J. C. MEET day. taUng both games of a double-header. 5 to S, lu tourleen lan ihelr bitting and Kucker, vho pitched great ilullln from the box !r. the first I'jmie Hamilton. Ont Jut ball In the first, was forced to aud Orcone In the second. tire in order to fiae up veil for th? ther. a croud flud soosi racing the fieM iu the thlrteeatli. ceu defided to make features at the tract htrc today. The ttible of J. W. Schorr came haud nas badly hurt by 11 to.il lip I'huV and Si haw; Mulleu, !u fror.l three times Hamilton, tlio second, and ho was Wilson and Henry and Aiusinitli. David Craig and John Heardoa, 1'hiladelvhia 10 0 Washington 3 Hcndcr am! l.ajip Montreal Toronto......... ,.4 t_ and llenr) ai.il Ainsmith. Flees From Bonds of United States Justice and Comes to Can- Montreal Bound for Europe Where He Has Two Fights He Slipped Through H Tbal Jari of jciiice sjwiil ij-CEt, at is.otn- urrsiigattd na? told lhat at ItJar [.At and not Mcr.Ue.il. .Iriusi'E, the aa this ciu a-d vail eSoll tonight or loaottow night to! there. I -aid a stfAEMT tw'Jr.d LT j -KTOHI (it circumstances, 1 think is tif positive declaration ol OOT Johr.ica has tor.F who claua to haire laikrf soot tl) Caanla." End Mr- hini tnr to-day Johisja is said to he ins) te broajilit bnck fcaie li'wen a usi stortl> aitei r-ooa !jt- tLtw, the crime is reatches It has the membership Ji.flO lor tte bal- ance of tte season, all members are fiirnisred with tfee lat- est pattern lloss' rirV and am- Di'jnition, and every inducement is s.-hes with this rojal sport. Targets arc m first class shape for Field VISITS OAZETTE OFFICE undtr the act to 12nd, Sihor Oakc Dish; 3rd, 2. CaVe Dish 3, Field Glass- ed.-1 saw him Tuesday r.iiht hut he notWag that woUii indfcatt that caltd at the Montreal arts-S-ioui Cut Glass Berry to flee." HB DEAT ,T office and nade the lollowinc GOO Inrgc EigM-Day Torc-r.to, une Toronto friends "I sill rev; Tuesday, when f am booted io Of pail ior Europe. I intend zoiug di- jumped his admitted tockht that he i 3, Cream std Suqar, Set; Xciv to Si. Petersburg, 1 have k-aso atd bad passed through here contract to fijht Sam Landlord on bis way to Montreal, rights from whence he hopes io sail for Trance. The stcry tbat he was ac- hy his white wife is not Hue out hf Lis friends here, tail in Chi-! Patent Alarm Clock. Guntoat Smith. These be pulled oil some time in Sep- Jctnsoa staled that the immiEra- 1ion a'Jthoriues made no enort to stop him at the Canadian line. He i claims there 15 due htm id Toronto, and he came this war 1o collect it before leaving lor Europe. He also says he does not forfeit his bail toed, as it only requires his presence in. coinl In Chicago next November. He declares he has no ia- tenlson ol loifeiting this bail bond, hut return to Chicago on the date set for tie hearing on his peal from the slave SEARCH AT CHICAGO Chicago, June As soon as ag- ents ol tte department of justice rc- ceired a report that Johnson, the negro heavyweight p-jgilist, had been seen m' Mo3 trea! t her z search. Ai Jubnson's home here it stated that the pugilist had gone the trip has been carefuHy arranged ID advance, she oiay be travelling cear hini or have arranged to meet him.. The getaway was carelully plan- ned. To get across the border a iafee baseball team of colored men was- organized ia Chicago- It vias givta out this team was to Buf- falo to play arid the tickets were ho'jght for the whole party oi'cr the Grand Trunk iron Chicago to Buf- falo. Johnson, partially disguised by a heavy moustache, travelled as one of th5 team. Johnson, however, got 06 the train at Har.rilton, where he was met by his friends in a high- powered automobile and brought to Urand Ascrczate, Fiisi Class, Sil- ver Cup. Oi'and Aggregate, Second Class, Silver Cup, presented hy H. A. Wright. KlUea a slashing race through Held, the lime ccnlng within uo- iihilailcrpiifo liflhs of a second of record tor and the course.- Kesjlts. JEeaton and First and up, live von; Ceil- larin, second: Pal ihrrd. Time. 1.02. Second acd selling, six A, von; Ycrkvilie, secor.d: Tar.Kard, bird. Time, US 45 Third Koyal Handicap, hrc-e-jear-olds anii up; one lamiltoin uon; Jus; Hed. second; J. :urlong, third. Tine. 1.14 Fourth Handicap, .teoplechase, J600 four-ycar- and up. about uo xillen, won; WIckson, second; King Cash, Ihird. 2-5. Fifth race Deration Handicap, :600 added, and up, mile and o! Oai second: ilald of 'Tninme, third. Time, 1.53. Siith (300, for maiden wo-year-olds, ihc fuilouss--David Iraig, WOE; Yankee Tree, second; ezall, ihlrd. Time, 1.01 1-5. Seventh race Selling Hfindlcap. three-jear-o'.ds and mile and Reardon, International W. I.. P.C. 44 23 40 25 .5SS 38 .529 32 .477 .453 .126 .369 UOUIS HEAT DETROIT Association FOUR'FAVORITES WON AT .WINNIPEG Easy Money peg Horse Shews Class. Wjnripeg, June favorites and one secoad choice headed their fields in the five events staged at the exhibition afternoon at the Toronto, -n-hotc a stateroom had I opening day oi the Fort Garry tutf been engaged on. the Canadian mfet. and each fie train Ifavini; here at 1030 this mincers utre but' little iEg ior Montreal. aod thc cd in Toronto twenty minutes before RACES TODAY DECLARED OFF ail __................ the rray. The first race of the day out on a fishir.g trip to Cedar hake, train time and managed 'saqr a Wicnipez entry, E. J. Ro- Indiana. Charles F. Deisoody, de- aboard iritliout being i chen's The Beaver, a fine moving bay by Searchlight, get r-qme ir. easy fashion in three- straight heats in the field oi five. first heat of the second race promised Nummary Pace or The Reaver, E. J. Rochon, Winnipeg Ill Laron Wood. Jute Kort William............ Awbernell, A. Russell, Riverside Cala 333 Time 1-5 2'.1S} Trot-Stake JSOO -Madge B., H. Alltraan, Bowhells, X. TJ..........3111 Tropic Dawn, W. vi. ming, Portage l.a I'rairic I llappv Jack, and McDonald, Uirnlpcg.....1322 The Fact, Hudson, Victoria, n. C 511 Time, 322J-; i-23} Mackenzie Cup Itacc for Cuu Valued S330, I'rize S150 Confined to Amateurs Johnny, J. Eldetr., llran- don..................... 1 1 1 Baroness Nelson, W. Fleming, Portage La 1'rai- track after last night's deluge was than extra heavy. The horfiCB dmpjy coufdn't navigate In the mud It is new, and there will be nothing doing. The horses wll[ be tu the Calgary meol The state of the Fair track Is too much even for the runners, and the hope that a card of events "wculd be run off this afternoon has been dissipated. It takes ex- tra heavy going to keep the run- ners off, and the state of the A real delicale Liqueur Scotch of creamy light ia character; delectable. 2 Dillon, E. J. chon, Tine Seven FurlonEa 2 3 J500- Pardner. second; Mrd. Time, 1.464-5. The Rump. WHITE FOR SUBSTITUTED TOMMY1 'o Meet Johnny Dundee en June 17 From an Injury Los Aneeles, July White, he Chicago featherweight, probably -ill substituted for "Haileni Tom- my" Sluipby, in a twecly-round bojl, wltb Johnny Dundee scheduled for July 15 at Vernon. Q.l receipt of a message from Mur- 'hy, calling off lits match Dun- dee, on account of .an injury tbe Har- lemite training, terms v.-ere offered to White. The Chicagoan ,ost a decision to Dundee here on June 17, but made sijcb a good sbow- ir.sc that a return match has been ID popular demand. PAY TO SEE- MATCHES Many Pecple See Davis Cup Prelim inaries New YorV, Juno total gale receipts of tbe recent international tennis matches here, between the Aus- tralian and American teams 'were 000, according to announcement to- nigbt. Of tbe total, -went to de- fray the eiptnses of the American team, it is said, half the net profits was turned over to tbe visiting team as expenses. Of tbe Americans' shire 51400 paid to he West Side club, the ir.fttcb es ivere played, ar.d the balance of 60CJ put in the N'ational Tennis association's ireatury. RUSSIAN HORSE WON COVETED TROPHY lent; WallianV, Tam O'Shanter sta iles, Scrimmage, V. L. 'iVinmpcg, secor.d Kan Hank, Anderson ar.d Lunney, Uc- gir.a, third. Time London. June King Edward_ VII. Gold Cup {or riding and Jumping! the most valued trophy at the Inter- national horse show, Vtaa won today by the Russian France was second and third King George and President Hay- mond Poincare, ol France, were am- ong the spectators of the spirited con- test. Seven nation? competed: France, Hat, June 26.--H. M Five Furlong Purse S3CO Dotty, Rci'l an.U Mayer, Calvary, won Aincy, M. Mcl.cod, Winnipeg, sewid Uurk'Thnmas, J. M. nnlris, XebrasVa, third Time 1 031, PLATTS GOT THE DECISION OVER MALONEY Yorkers Beat Frenchman and Providence Boy Bout? at Qotham New June Oils Platts, tho Engilih welterweight, hid a charte tho better of hie ten-round bout here last night Tommy Maloney, of this 'jiijt Hlckcy, of this city, and Mar- r.el Thomas, the French neilerwelsht, fougbt en even terms for six rounds, alter wbich HIckey outfought his man. Your.? Brown, a loci! Vmmg of Provtd- Philadelphia j SO Curtis and Kiscbcr and )ootn ar.d June St. Ixmls defeated DC'lroil 7 to a tills aftoroooii In an excitlcg Inntcg game, with a fojr lend si the beginning or the eighth ipulng, and with pltcb-ing" wonderful ball, the ttrowns appeared to havo tbe game safo. Detroit uEpd players, including pinch hitlers and Citta pitchers. St. Louis 7 11 43 zj jjj' ,_ _ .37 25 _587 Louisville 34 33 M; Kansas 1'ily 35 5CO .Minr.raputls 31 31 .193 GIA'NTS TWO FROM MOSTOX York. Juce 2u. York took wo games from Boston today, 5 to J ond U to 3. In tho first game I'nrlc a ihrec-run lead, and jatted out a vktoiy ja the seventh-Boston 11 ._ 25 37 jjj Western Canada W. 1.. F.t', Saatatoon M 31 .775 22 is ,551) Mouse Jaw 20 2i .455 Mecfjcine Hat w lg -n 12 2'. 3'l 5 90 Laverni and Apnew HouEe, Zamloch and Stacagc and Ror.ileau, (14 CHICAGO UP IX THIRD Chicago tfayed a isrd uubill gauic today, and after us-ng pitchers, defeated Cleveland to 5. and went Into third in lie pennant race. Cleveland 5 New York 5 72 and KariJea Frcmine, Maihewson and Mejers and Vslsoa. Ilosion 372 New York 11 IS Hess, Nojes anil 13 ijj .302 HAVE NOT YET BEEN DEFEATED Sdmaectady, X.Y.. June The Austratlan cricXci team won second an! final dty's of tho raatch Y1th Ae Scher-ccladi- cricket clut here a score of 1S7 to 131. KOXCTCUY HIT HOMER St. Louis, -June St Louis, by Ecorlng three r'or.s in their half of the Sth riitslturg today 5 to 4. St Louis' runs in the eighth the result of Konetohy's home drive to the left fieM with two on h.is-ts. Pittsburgh runs were scored 7 and Cariscn Hcnz, lussell ar.d Scbalk. Xcw postpoccd, wet imnch'iDg lilts Kith errors. pjttsburg IN MINOR Et I ouis -5 S Hendrix and Coleman Salec and Roberts. CHENEY OFF COLOR Cincinnati, June Cincinnati won thc second game of the series from Chicago today by bitting Cheney hard and olten. The score was 5 to 3. Cbeney, ia addition, was wild in the early part of the game. Chicago 3 SO Cinciroiati 5 13 3 Chcr.ey and Uresnahati Broivn ar.d TORONTO HEAT PI10VIDENCK June 26. Toronto copped the last game of the aeries today, 7 to G. by the terrific streak in tal-ng'in the fourth and fifth innings, was vcild. and when he put Ihc Mil over tlie visitors laced it out for long drives. Torosto 7 13 2 r'roiidcnce G 12 2 Miiivell and Ilcrais Iloseigl acii Milwaukee 7 93 2 7 Hoillt and Hughes; Smith and OncrjS. Lo'Jfsviiie S 10 3 Columbus 6 Si Woodburn atd Severoid Cook arid Smith. Indianapolis ..I 5 11 3 To.'cifo 1 2 72 Harrington Livingston Colla-more and WESTERN CANADA LFAGUE WITH DAWIMOHB Baltimore, Jnr.e The Orioiee look tho final of the tcries, 5 to GAME WAS SHOT UP Edmonton, June 24. Tonight's frame, Moose Jaw won, 11 to 7, isas a weird exhibition. The game was stopped haH-a-dozen times on sc-co'int of accidents. For Her was bit on the lempte by R ]ii lulled bail, and v.fi3 carried from the field iu an unconscious condition. Roddick was ''beaned" by Beaton, and had to quit. Moran twisted his ankle and retired, uhiie Catcher Moore injured a finger. None of tbc injuries will prove serious. Edmonton used thirteen men during the game in an effort to keep nine men on ibe field at once. Five men were bit by pitched balls during the game. KYrors, r-aiseii balls and wild pitches were The Millers hit tbe ball hard .ind otten. bad a home run, a triple and a doj We, and scored four-runs. and O'Day al-o got three bits each Seaton did not allow a hit until the seventh., put ihc game out 1 of the no-hit class, and ho was lent to lob them and the Birds scored runs. grwit call, tlilfcing out cloven men and allolving four scattered hit3. Boffaio _, 3 City _ 6 1 St, 1'aul -r 1 6 S Morgan and O'tymim I.aroy an4 James. 5 12 3 Fullcnsidjr nnd Colt cell nr.d Kgaij. SOMB PUNK FIBLU..NQ Terfcj City, .tune A comoina. lion of hard hitting, and an exhibition of wretched Melding by Jersey City players framed up an easy victory for Rochester, In their tarowcll battle with the Stoeeterr. Tiic Hesters won by 12 to J. Ilocheslcr 13 17 2 Jersey City 1 05 and .Jacklitsdi Brandon, McHale and San Krnnclsco 7, Venice 2. Oakland Saonimento 7, 5. Northern 7, Winnipeg 6. IVinnl. peg 7, Grand Forks 5. Minneapolis 13, Virginia 8. Winona 7, St. Paul 4. Supsrlo- 3, Duluth 2. Vancouver 6, PortlaniJ 4. SpoXftoo 5, Victoria 4. Seattle 2, Tacoma 1. Canadian Pete-ooro D, Guelph 7. Xo otter games were played. COME UP FKOM BEHIND N'pvrark, Jur.c 2S. The Indians a flve-riiu lead tho Montreal 9 plied up In the first Innlr.j of Hie came at todny, nnd won, 6 ,r t> C I McCtaj'noi ar.d liurn1; ar.d Seaton and Moore; HeSnrkhs and EXPERIMENT IN HARNESS A SNEAK experiment will be tried at pulled to escape a record. The Ureat Drllaln. Canada, Belgium, Ilaly. was Ilussia and Sweden. rHllng a trunk CARL MORRIS STARTS TRAINING Dc-r.ver, Col, June Morris of Sapulpa. Okla airlvej bero this morning Io training for his ten- round houl with Jcrt Ocycr, of rer, which tr> bi! held oa July 1. n W. T. Llggefa stable He got six months In Uethbrldgo Jail. Joh Jameson THE CHURCH AND ATHLETICS York, June ilev. Kalh- cr M. I'. Heifern. rector of the Cath- olic church of SayOHe, 1., v Brantfd an amateur license by the Elate boxing corumiEslon yesterday to conduct the Sayvillo A. C. and hold boxing rnbtchc> under its ausjtk Father lUffcrnan wtll tho club to young men o! all religious denom- ar-d the enterprise has the j I Fiippotl, u tald, ol clergyman oJI the other denominations in the town.} Whiskey Whiskey vMch hat betn tht thoioi ef connttneurs Intlireocen- lurid, jotyih IOD John Jameson Whiskey I.oilngton Grand Circuit raeetlng'Uiis year In which we are very much inter- tslcd. Horses whose records have been mado fn a losing race or against time, will bo allowed one second, for instance-. Anvil, 2.06, whoso record was taken in a loning race, will be eli- gible to start In 2 07 cl.iss. President Ed. A. Tlplon was led to try this In- 1 novation, so report reaches us, be- j cause he had noticed that so many I horcea go out and win a desperate struggle in the first hoat an.l arc beaten (perhaps in glower time) hy a horec no hcttcr than IhcmPclvts, or hy a horfe that has been laid up. It oc- curred to Mr. Tipton that u-hcn horse wins a heat, say In 2.07, anrl I afterward tefitcn In slower time, say 208V1, It IB unfair that the winning horse, be favored In the classifying over one he has defeated. havo nlwayn contended that the one drawback to the- sport is- ths pres- ent record' system of classification Tho majority of horses that arc pullet] _. a horsc'3 record the less 1 worth. It should not bo so, UnlKB the I purse is a large one there Is a greater ncenlivo to finish second than to fln- sh first. Tills should not Tho evil J might ho remedied by weight or dis- j tancc handicaps, bul these systems do not aeem to he jiopular in America, as In other "systems" havo been evolvod to ottrcome thc record handicap, but so far none has met with favor. Per- haps .Mr. Tirton'n Idea, or one simi- lar, will solve the problem, although we have always considered that even- tually Fomo satisfactory classification would he evolved on a money-winning bails. Thc drawback to such a Is thc wido variance In value of purses There wo.iid havo to be some uny ofj equalling the 1300 half-rnllo track] event, the 41000 mile track putse, thol Grand Clrcull slalte, ond Ihc.j futurity. Another plan of study is tho selling race idea is practiced at running tracks. ;