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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page G run umuunwii: DAILY hutr VI, 1 _ }f- i vr'S-ii it. i.i i! iv r k t ,-i v' v-iii. "kA ;i. :i GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES 111 WKSIKKN CANADA Silver Challenge Cup Put Up for Five-Mile at Herald Office at 11 in Morning Going to Fair Grounds and of Events at Exhibition in Afternoon St, 1 The Dominion IXiy sporls here tomorrow will be full of feature events mid the feature of the fralures be the five-mile road race. The Herald lias donated a valuable silver trophy to the which be in the shape of a cup. This will be a challenge trophy to bo competed for each There will be live stariers in the race, which will commence at the Herald office at It o'clock in the morning, aud the Jiniah of the race will be at the same place. The course Hie runners are to take will be from the Herald oftice to Seventh avenue, along Seventh avenue to the exhib- ition grounds, turning with the car tracks on the home- vard journey to Thirteenth street, following Thirteenth Blrcel to Third avenue and going down Third avenue to Sixth street and halting at the Herald. Thr- event will be styled, "The Kerald Annual Road Race." It is the hope of the donors that road racing will be stimulated by this anual event and when the country produces some god "marathoners" a lengthier than five-miles will be desirous. Be at Hie Herald office tomorrow to see the start and the finish. THIRTEENTH STREET Route of the Herald Road Race FINISH START HERALD SIXTH STREET VICTORIA AVATEURS WERE NEVER IN IT s% VA3CO-JVCT, Msnn Cjp bucss out- here, on Sit- C1 urjaj br the score o! IS goals EO 2. It Yaaoc-uter's fourth "ri'jht lU-tcrr. and p.-actl- ollv cbched The eharspion- silp for the foarti HITS II'. Is I'll'. tilth flints Jrr ID Sioji nl Kiliiionlon HVMl'liRKYS W June -J pitcteJ tnagaif.cenl bill the fo'uith series J to 1. Score and and MUST GO AWAY TO THE WAS COSTLY Montrea', j.jne Johnson, tha pusilist. accompanied by bis wife, Lucille Cameron Jc-rin- ison, tailed for Havre on tbe Atian Hi YOI'.K WON AC .MS New York, June .15 raide it lour straijht Iri today. Score Uoston................ e'v Yor's........... nixoa, MoTer and Rar: and ASOTUER FOR nilOOKLYX Fhlladelphia. Jur.e iS BrooUrn it lout straight orer rbiladel- phia by winning todav's 4 to 2. Scort Hrooilra -t SO Philadelphia 3 70 Handea and FiscLer Moore rnd SK.N MVKS ATlil.l- 1 ll'S JS iffcitrj I'S'.ll'Wr! la 1 ;i -liMt -.1 1 sa L >l i, 5 r r t So 1 -f r I'.t Ijr 1-J ,1 s, it, vv v v i.v MH Vr.iMT IUI, Jk-.- i> a -I 1 t br Sin 1: .-i I il is.n aid HEIIK if-iv and cie o! the 3 T 1 1 S S "..MS N'ew Yoik m Hostoa 9 16 10 13 i dta 5 9 t. u-....if..l I. i ,-t -1 'i'i> V ii'r.-.l, lit 1 1 S J HwcX, lid ll-.-ehlirs acd COSTLY KF.HOI1S j.w. Jure 2S (.-jurl'ir lUy Pchi'Vs eiror, r.e- the ball to center f.rld a l-jaa en list base, hrlrcd to lose the iAiue J to '2 I'leirlar.d J 71 fhicaco T i Mitchell and O'Xcill Scott and Schillc aal fclltli-ft tj [f (tj 1} a.l .-i Jv- Hr t! JCJ u in ii.; 11 r v.'.s ti. l.-ii t'jv ,.n l.'.r tMft i'l.c fffni-.s d.ivxrj, ar.j initmi niftt'r thrrc luU. Icr rilra Ltl tt.f 'Cuii-'l U.-1I three ol the n.r.x ttrfc In on etlol5! A luM-.wcl b) .1 vorrd Hirrn I'.r tfo li-c lU ai j a valfc. rrcor, tio'jLle an-1 scored tbrre i.iore- in the third. Kaolin food ball, curves breaVJt.; llroxni Lad inuih the trst r! 1he argunirot Uuttv-roM la IVo seorad 'I he former was tnur.J !ur srv. ea and the Utlcr fur li hits A few spoiled n coup> ia-r-.ines. Scores H r...l 1Ar ..r 11 5 illf irm 'IMltcl-J U.Jt II ll.ib Mcll.iMli, nh-i Iji aU t-jjn LeEf. jlu-ifirj a t-r-tvsrfti Iti) i-l I'atlf rl V, l-.dl ii.' f..r u hill MJ lie 1 II is i.i.i tie city rollte Mill oa Ihi ul tic ttUiir.tysdfijI. la that ii.c K V. mil U callij in I'hirl who :i a'. jirisrot out ol the h fccum ti m laior properly coi.telrd D''t It la tflote- than ptoratlo that he mil [Eechce to act usleja red to do 10. lloston. Jur.r JS lloslon anl Ser Yorl dit Hied this afternoon's iSo'-Mf-hea.-er. the forrrr tl-e nrst jame 9 to 6. uhile the1 visitors ttf 7 to 6. Scores First PIERCE CHASED TO COVER The big athletic carnival hers tomorrow will fce the main Dominion Day holiday attraction En Southern Alberta. Ths meet will bring together the largest cf athletes that has bfteji sten on local track and field since the provincial meet here seme summers bacV. The citizens Dominion Day fpcrls committee has been true to their word. They have succeeded in shap- ing affaira to the height of the perfection :t arid have originated the neuclues that will certainly give the proper incentive to perptt'Jate the occasion year after year and make Lethbridge tbe centre of the realm of sport In the south every Dominion Day fcr years to corns. The list of events Is varied. Besides the feature rive mile road program includes: 100-yard dash, 440, half-mile and milt run, hammer throw, shot put, tug-of-wart high jump, cole vault, relay raco, rr.otcr cycle race, nail driving contest for girls, boys' rscea, old men's race, fat men's race. All events of the prooram, with the exception of tbs five-mile road race, will be staged at the exhibition park, commencing at 2 o'clock sharp. Et take approximately three ar.d one-half hours to run off the program, sr.d there will not be an idle moment The committee- in charge have all things arranged systematically and the events will bs run off In quick order. Here is the list of events and entries: 100 Bostwici, Val Pear- ton. K. -Mayson, B. Archer, B. W. Rjan. H. H. Piilon. D. P. R. Hall, M. Danswortb, L. P. Sko-jsoa. P. Grabara, Val Pear- ton. T. H. AlbiEton. L. S. Black, O. W. JohsnaEEon, Jobn Teanant, A- Nor- can, M. Skouson, J. Eaiton. Hammer P. Grabara, 3arnss Xess, B. Archer, L- S. Blaci, 5V. H. Peebles, 1. 1, T. M. C. A.; 1, Po- lice and Firemen; 3, Raymond; 4, Jllr-ers. C. Stesvart, Val Pear. Eon, .1; Tennant, L. S. Black, B. W. Ryon, T. H. H. Piltoa, R. MayFon, Ralph Hall. Motor Cycle -Archer, Two -Mile Ll'oyd, Trill. High A. C. Stewart, B. Arch- fer. L. P. SkouEoa, D. P. Skouson, B. ;VV. nyan. Shot L S. Black, F. B. Ross, Jamea JCesE, H. Peebles. One-Mile H. EtewaTl. .T. Ten nant, A. Xormao, Z. M. 0. Jobanaaaon. T. H. AlbiEton, S. Blank. 220-Yardir-A. C. Stewart, H. H. Pit- ton, R. Mayson, B. Archer, T. Boat- nick, John Tecnant, L. S Black, M. Dunsworlb, Va! Pearson, D. p. Slioj- ton, Ralph Hall, B. W. Ryan. Pole A. C. Slenarl, Z. M. Bkoifcon, T. C. Rid path. Relay Teas Y.M.CA, Raymond, Calliei, St. .Andrew's Church, Over- Ffve-Mile Run 0. W. Jobanasson, ]T. H. Moss, Thos. Donagbue, T. II Charles Cliarlfon. Entries will is received on (be pounds for Ibo following races Fat man's race; Hoys' obsfaclo race; Time of Events at Track 2 p boja' race. 1, F. Bost- wlck Val H. H. ritlon, D. P. Sko-json, B. "W. Byan. Keat Jlojson. R. Hale, B. Archer, M. L. P, Skouson. obatecle. race. 1 lOO-yards. heat, tug-of-war. 3 race. 3 motor cycle race. 3 driving race for girls un- der 18. 1. A. C Stewart, F. Bostirick, Val Pearson, R. MaysoD, J. Tennant, D. P. Skcuson. Heat H. Piilon. L S. Si.ct, H Hall. B. Archer. M. Dunasvortb, B. W Ryan. run. tueof-war. 220 yards. 4 man's race, man's race. Relay A Ray- clock ibis morning- Johnson boarded the at Lucre lau nigh; la ilie prossnce of the Canadian im-mltTatiou officials, wbo "wiil watch his progress Europe-ward unill he U beyond their Just before going aboard the Cor-mlbiau Johason reiterated the dsclara.-tion that he tad no Icteanon of jump-JQJ his tail bond in Chicago, and Solng to tuiopenieT'ely to retrench the be has sustained IE his trials. He declared he is'0-jld ha -on hand whca his appeal is urged in The pugilist took "with him I-S-Q automobiles, a and a touring June 2J. Cincinnati won the final garae oi the serifs irith Chicago todar bv 1'irrre out of the box in fte. fittb. The score was 9 to 6. Score Chicago 000 313 OOiV-S 8 3 Ctaciccst 031050101-9 7 2 Pierce, Hicbie aad .Richer Arcps, and Kling. LOSB, CLOSE GAME St. Louis, June 39. St Louis wound up its secosri stay at home by defeating Piitsnurg 4' to 3. Scote Flttsburg 210 5 0 SI. Lo-Jis i 2 0 Her.drix, C'arunitx, Adams and Colemaa Ktlley; Harmon and Win-go. GAMES IN MINOR International SOME RUM PITCHING Providence, June 2S. Four pitchers gave a poor exbioition of box work today. Holes was chased in the first inninj, anil Bailey in the tllrci. Buffalo ivon, u to S. Score Providence S 10 1 Buffalo 11 13 00 Bailey, Lafetta and Kocher; Frill and Goa'dy. THET SPLIT EVaN Baltimore, June The Birds and Leafs split even In tils afternoon's the visitors taking the first, 4 to 3, and the locals the second, 6 to 4. Scores: nrst game Toronto 4 7 0 Baltiore 3 9 1 Lush and Bels; Shaakey and Merge a. Second garr.c Balliore 6 12 3 Toronto 4 10 1 Morteette, Cottete and iigan; Broivn and Gaw, Graha. TTRXEn TABLES OX ROVALS Jcrfey City. Jnr.o Jersey City turned tiie on Montrral In Saturday's Garnet Kan-as City 242 Minneapolis 6 9 0 Vaughan and O'Connor; Patterson and Owens. 5 S 1 iDijIaoapolis 1 2 '1 N'orthnip and SeveroJd; and Livingstone. Toledo 5 6 4 Columbus 7 11 0 Baskette and Devolgflt; Turner and Sith. Milwaukee 13 H 2 St. Paul 3 10 1 Vv'olker and James; Dougherty ar.d Hught-E. GAMES Jliluaulee H 7 2 St. Paul 5 17 3 Kargcr, Kiegcr, Gardner and James Cutting and Hughes. Louisvillp 1 SI Tr.dianapolis 3 72 Kllis, Loudormilk and Clemor.s McConr.ell, Warhnp Sucfupy Collins arid Carrigan. Second York 7 91 Uoston 6 10 C Scbultz, Ford and and SHTCDCV Hall, O'llrien, MosMfy, Foster acd NuzamaUr and Cody. TIGERS BUMPED AfiAIX Detroit, June 28 Lo-jis rude it three" straight Irc-m Detroit, in- ning today 7 to 1. Score St Louis Detroit and A ar.d Sisnage. 7 11 0 171 W'llett, Lake CRAWFORD H05IE KUN' Delruit, June Crawford's home run into Iho runway between the bleachers and the sate Detroit n victory St. Louis this afternoon by fuc to two. Score: -...i St. Lrmis .j. Detroit ..........001 Om 001-2 Mitchell and Agnew Dubuc Siaoaje. CHASE DID THE THICK hicago, June won ;hc final game ol the series from leveland today 2 to 1. Chase, batted i Chicago's runs in the l fourth. Score: Chicago ..........000 200 8 0 Cletclar.d 5 0 Russell and Schalk Kohler, Uland- Ing ar.d O'.Setl and Carisch. 5 5 9 5 and TECUMSEHS GAINED SLASHING VICTORY TORONTO BLUE SHIRTS First esiaj......OWC-00 12 3 MrQicir.e Hat ....On (jOO (Oi-4 9 2 Uanlin acd HaKet Harke, l.inj and Uliss Scccl.d Iczir.a.....00) 050 7 5 cJlCins Hat 100 331 OOl-S 15 J lialleroil and linker BroMn and Dliss. .Empire McDocnld. CHICK LOST GAME Caleary._ Jor-a lironks got u even brcaX tno Quakers on Bill Hurley's men grabiilng he matinee performance an U to !f icore, and the Kronks tbe evening 4 to 3. Yesterday's games u-ere the only ones In the .chedukd series vlth Sasktloon. and ncidentally were tho list james to jc played upon the. old grounds, for >y liuie the Uronka return froi.-x ;helr iong road trip lha new park A'ill be completed. The afternoon an adnUturo of good and bad The lirtt varlcly was played before tho rain feli, and delayed proceedings, and tha c'.h-r ;lnd happened Immediately after- wards. blew up after tbe. rain and in the Elxtli thu Quakers got to tilm for four rang aud In the follow- ing round fcr three more. The evening affair was a fceautlful exhibition, but was handed to Calgary by Kred Chick in Ihe nlr.lh. Two men were o'Jt at Ihe time and Iho score tied, v.-hen allOTT- ed a tJ? fly to glide through his hands, and Vivian vaa ou ond at the time, scampered home amidst tho confusion. Score: STEBLB ANOTHER WIN" Edmonton, June weakness against left-har.rled plteh cm T.-as shown tonight, when Moose Jaw, Tilth Steele on tho mound, defeattd. the Birds, 5 to Incidental ly It Sickle's filth ula oier monlon. Ills tenth st-aight, and Us fifteenth of the season. Sleele master of the situation hen COMPETITION CLOSE FOR STEVENS TROPHY O. Stickily Captured Oio H. Welch Second >nd A. B. Stiffen! Third In the- flcal shoot, for the Stoicr-a un trophy, iotas teen shooting took ilaco oo Saturday, four birila corer- [n? tho flrtl four mea. K. O. Stlelc- ley Ton ulth Stev- ens field grade sun and bllrc, club phelif. The follonlns li, a of Fhoolcrs and scores: Tjrg-ts H'cd'o'p Tolal Name Broko AlPw'nca E. O. Sllckley...l60 fs 1SS J. T. Welch.. ..127 A. B. Slalford ..171 T. Yulll .......133 Jas. Olenliter ...127 V. E. Oreen P, Ashcroft.. K. Marks O. H. Mulr.., H. Filling ..Wl ..105 ..105 ..112 ..124 11 51 65 21 18! IS 3 J82 ISO 119 ITS 164 A. B. STAFFORD HIOH MAN Conditions were- o.k. at the traps on Saturday, and a good turn-out of club members WEB rccordtd. Trio results follow, tho first 25 were Included In the Stevens trophy shoot: A. B. Stafford Shot at 50 T. Yulll........... SO Wee. driving race for girls; 59-yardE for boy's; man's race; ladies ond, Lethbrldje Calliea, St. Andrew's Church, Orerseas. IMS race. Committee of Management E B. McCarty, chairman; V, R. Gil- more, Rec.-treas; Jobn Eddy, L. Stev- ens, A. B. Stafford, A. W. K. Marrs, Fred Robblns, T. B. Chts- holm, J. Dill, F. S. Filraer, T. B. Hoss, W. J. Wood, Allen Jack, W. J. Xelson, A. C. Harorlh. Omelati A. Maiwell; Steveas; Inspector Joan Eddy; Judges at ths J. Nelson, Shannon, George WanlCHS, T. B. Chlsholm; Judg? of Wood'. Field B. Cblaholra, .1. Xclaon, J. W. Wood, F. B. ti C. Dllla, C. nawonh; J. Armstrong, A. 1J Swfford, K. A Kwarl, It A. Wright; CK-rk of (ho Johnston: assistanls- V. It. Gilmore, M. C, Oouckie; Scorer S.'Fllmer; II. Kt- ton. oft m'th the ilclwy In the seventh inning, Tvhen the gamo dead- .ocXed, when the Skeeters madeamn a base on balls, an error off K2- rnond, a atolen bace and a sarrifltc fly. Score: Montreal............... S 11 2 Jersey City It 12 2 Willis and Averett. and Burns; IJavis and Wells. Indianapolis I'O'A rll and etoid Xelson and Columbus Toledo Ferry and Smith Collamer, Jarr.cs acil Kreugcr. SMITH'S DAY AT NTAVARK Newark, June Smith day celebratc-d JD Newark today wltb a band concert, and music was furnished during the game between and Manager Smith, in whose honor Ins celebration was arranged, was preheated with a watch, a diamond studcd elk's fob, acd a purse of gold by the fans. The game was marked by hard hit- ting. Sccre: Roch-Ete: 13 20 ...63 Lee, nell, Altcblson and H. Smith Hughes and Jacklitgch. IN' TENTH Newark, June 20. An agreement to quit in time to catch the train, put an end in tenth inning to a brilliant fcanc between Newark arjfl Koch.estrr I.erc U.e score was 3 to 3. Harrington, 3 2 Toronto, Jur.e required 20 minuter to settle the Tc- Lumsch-Toronto lacrosse dispute Sat- 2 urdaj" In that last lap of a lurious stiugelc the Tecumschs played cir- cles around tl.c Tororjtos ar.ri gained .an S to C victory. A third quarter rally bj the Indians was responsible I for tlie defeat ol tl.e easterners. At 1 (half tune ti.e ticrt. fthon Toronto's slipped in two Roals, then the rooteis thouglit it Has a second victory for the blue bliirfs, but the Island team applied more steam, in uilh a ver.gear.ce 10 1 i Columbus Toledo......... Turner and Murphy Derogt. Scbliuer and lore session had scored thrrc in row. tho lead the) in--fl to Tag it too much in the lasl period, tl.c result tbat one minute before the final whistle tbs ever.ed tbc score. In the first period of 20 minutes' overtime the Tecumsehs recorded two and thercaller had tbe game on ice. The plajing was bard and close throughout, with plenty, of cough work. in ever) Innlr-s except the fifth, Whlbinan singled, Herid'ck waa snfo on Sealnn'R error, and Medond crack- ed out a home run. Tho Millers oven, ct! up In the elxth and won OMl in tho r.iEhlb and ninth. Hicrsdorfer was hit bard by the visitors, who made 14 hits. .Manager Weed continued his terrific clouting, getting four hits, in- cluding a double and a triple. Stecle held the nirds to five hits and struck out twelve. very wibl. hov. ever, Balking tight men Tlic after- tiocn game was postponed on account if vict g.-ounds. Score: Jaw 000 003 H 1 "flmonton 000 030 5 1 Steele and Diertilorfer and Spencer. J. II. Welch Dr. Courtico P. Ashcroft K. O. Stlc'Kley J. Olenlster V. B. Oreen 0 H. Muir..... C. D. Masrrith H. rilling...... Marts..... R H. Ollrtr 50 23 60 25 25 60 SO BO 50 26 Seoro1 37 34 12 12 H 19 35 11 At the Butts OXB APIECE Jersey City, June 29. Montreal ar.d Jersey City shared the honcis In today's double-header at West Side Park, (he Royals winning the first by to 3, vihile the SVeetets clcantii up in the nightcap portion of the series Scores 'Kirsi game- Montreal .......200M10IO-1 7 2 Jerwy City ......000 101) 020-3 7 1 Smith anil Biirni; Dmsch'r, liran- don, Mcllalc arid Wells. Seroiil 060 000 0-0 H 0 Jersey Cily 051) 100 x-C 9 2 MaUern and Ma-lilen Mcllalc sol lilair. 1IKI.D BISONS THIS TIME Providence, June alter two bad starts against Duflalo to- day held the Bisons to fire hits and struck out 12 men, Providence win- ning 3 to 2. Providence ...ODD 210 8 3 HulTalo .........020000000-2 5 3 Bailey arid J. Oaslow Holmes and Stephens aod Lalocgc. Norllnvesfern Saturday GK.Tiei Vancouver 4, I'ortlanil 2 Soatllo 3 Tacoma 2. Victoria 12, 3. Sunday Oamts Vancouver 5, Portland 2. Vai.cou t, Portland 3 (al Cuiiutlinii St., Thomas Branlfonl 1. Hall- on 4, 2. I, Hailton 0. 2, Heriln 1. Ottawa 1, Berlin 0. Pclerboro 4, Guelph 2. Pacific Coast Saturday Games Los Angelea 7, 9acramenlo 4. Port- land 3. Oakland 1. Venice 8, San Fran. Cisco 1. Sunday Games Ver.lco 5, San Francisco 2. Venice 11. San Francisco 1. Sacramento Los Augclts 3. Northern Saturday Games SI. Paul 11, Winnipeg 2. Winnipeg 11, St. Paul 3. Superior 1, Wlnona 0 Minneapolis 13, Orantl Forks 3. ulh 2, Virginia 5. Dnlulh 3, Virginia 0 Sunday Games Minneapolis 3, Grand Forks 3. "Win ona 5, Superior 0. Wfnona 15. SnfH-r lor (I. Duluth S, Virginia I. Dululii C Virginia 3. window, -.vill be to the ivin- nera on thn range b> Stewart, cap- in of the club. The executive- are endeavoring to also piesr-nt a fourth for both first and second class. illg villl leave AstuUh C l.lndaej'a of- ilcc, Thivii avenue and Scvontb street, at !OO sJiarp. Shcolinj commences 10 o'clc-ck Ebnrp. A special Invitation is cvlendsrl to non-members to compete for a hand- Eome clooK presented by Mr. Sick, of the Letnbrlclgo Bro-.vtng Co, to bo shot for on a dlsaj rearing target. This competition, In addition to pool shoot- ing, la open to all comers. SATURDAY'S RESULTS Tho Irfthbrldge Rifle association held a [iracllce filioot on Saturday un- der good ncalher conditions, although scores were not ov.-tng to a tricfcy ivind. Scores: Plllartl Davidson Hutchison 1'mory Webb Kkclton llaynes MO K 23 MR. SICK PUTS UP HANDSOME CLOCK Prize Shoot for All-Comers at Local r Ranges Tomorrow Ail members and prospective mem- era are rr-'iucstfMl to tiirti out loiiior- ow for the big shoot. Fieo Iflos ami ammunition are given new members. The i.rlws, ivblch are m inhibit In Asqulih k Mndsry'i son 31 2H-Si ;