Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page 6 T1IK LKTHimiDGK VVKOCLY HERALD Thursday.'.May I, -......----ii ia'f-v SIS' __ r'.--.' rn.'' tSf. Form a District Baseball League Here Next Week Lellibridge, fober Macleod and Pincher Creek Likely to be Included There will be auothe.- ti.c Tiber. J'lncbcr Creek' t to tale place i" r.esday- of tt.e Men Who Wrestled H-re Last Winter Caught Playing Suckers at Pasko mffiiiif o: Madec-d ears. But they have said lliat twice j before and copped the championship on both occasions. j News from Macleod would lead otle to believe that the city toralled the classiest bunch oi base- ball material thai has yet been [.ported there inter.d to clean up the league from the start this sea- I 1'irclicr Creek had ti.e l cellar position cached in the htar.d- ir.s at ihe enrl o] the season last rear they had a good team and one llhat invariably gave the best oi tLc down" To convince Horsch. Warnsr him }10M cf Lie own money to bet The match cam" off on in al- falfa field on the tutsklns of Kcnnewicke Tuesday afternoon. REFEREES .s ARE IN DEMAND Football leferees for ihe '-I- Cily SAUICS ate want- ed. A Referees' asswiauon !v has been forlne-d. and it is v 1v tLeir to ray for senior onus and fc 10. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES LOCAL PRICES Cralni and Piices l-ali! [.irmilt: 1 Noitheiii Nollhirti Nu. t Northern..... No. Noithirrti Xo 1 Hod No. J IM..... i lit J....... I He.l AlfalM. Xo. P" lot Vraicie Hran......... Shorts Xo 1 SicJ 'Jits Oats NOTICES AMBROSE McCONNELL Tlie great second bassman cf the bascbail ttam. who ison fhf game tns other diy a nome nHOI.lKI.YX AGAIX IIKAT GIANTS .irooUin. April came from behind 'vitli u rall> in the sev- enth and made il out of Hire; rncarrmruts in .he nith New i Th; LC-.-re 4 to '1. York I H KrcoVlj I Crind.il'. and Ha- san. Allen nnil Miller. ..S 'J I' i M.l'li 13 fl il iu 22 -.n MJ S. 0. E., ATTENTION Tl-tf S. 0. t; "ill lioln a practice u.llch on Bai racks gromd on Fn das nUU at 0.45. The teams Mill ine up as follow Walton: and Trier: Wil- etts, Chisviics and Firth: Pearson. Uraj.er. 1'arker. l.co and awku.s. dallacce- and Parsons: Parkin. hid Dslzcll: Wcaicr. Hall. Truenau and A full tuTu-oji is requcsled, PS learn to represent tlw club ;n tcelr mitch with ihe Overiias nen day will be selected at the hall at 6.1? BASEBALL CLU3 ORGANIZED FOR HAVE FAST ER TEAM THAN EVER KOIR'IH f-OSli FOli 1'lllATICS I'ltlsburs. April wit tillable to liit Slcile to any extent today and losl the louttli straight S' Ukins the firJt Same oi the series, siv lo one O'Toole relieved Robinson in Hie fourth, ami piUhed fir.c ball, cnly one run bdi.c, made oil him. l-'etrj- pikheii the nmlh ai.ii allowed an- other run. H Mas stated that Hans may be able to :n Hos- ton iirst Tuesday. St. Louis............... e.tr tlun last, and the boj s are cut after tl.e pennant. FOOTBALL Ke WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE OPENS NEXT MONDAY president Frank Grey Announces a Banner Season Ahead Kdirontou, April jre compk-'.c all over Ihe lircult for the opening of the W'.sl- em Canada Mondaj. jiorts lo President Orej from Moose Hegina, FaskaUjon. JSedkinei Hat and Calgary, show the ultnosl en.; thusiasni, and the prospects art [or i banner nasOQ. l Play Ball Today St. Patrick's j'jnlor baseball '.earn trill line up against the Knw tt-rlftn junior nine This aEtf.rt.ooii. JV'caley or.d Knot intermediate! rJa> it 6.30. Both games he 3n tne Barracks arrszgerceDl, telling llortch Iha: was necessary to get the Englishman to bet mc.ro. Sloan then offfred to b'Jl ISO''! on P.s-p. and Horsch, after tip all of Warner's money, wager- ed 125'.' cf hU own. all he l-ad Then Ilie. second full was won ij- not by mer.t. Ocrg Rcpayt Horach Warr.er- ft-iined great ar.ger, ar.d he and Berg pretended lo fight. Tho party went l.aeft lo Kenriev.irhc and cr srid yioan ?o: o-it of ictwn on tr.o train. im- ill and from Pam with toUc.rsn, arrl had him arrested P.erR finally wesVcr.sd and pinned hi-- d'a- nior.i) rlrg lo pay what had leu. P.crg tl.en rrjtas ed YINNERS OF SOUTHERN LEAGUE HAD ITS UPS ANDJXJWNS By defeitinz Norlaar-tpton by two :als to ml Pljir.o-jth Argyle wins the Sojlhern I.easue. Tlifa ye winners liaie a fine record to their credit in that Ibe..- scored ir.orc- f tiian any other team the learruo and bait- the smallest number asa' _____ The football tables p'jbli; oa Tueid.T- shoncil PljniGuth Argy.9, Swir-don Town ana Han United ..Itn 1% toinls each, but as pe-dicted Pljmouth tcoX foil points from North. iimr.tcn and tl.us win cj-. v.ith two romts and a jarr.e to play. ..._yie e-ntert-d the Southern loasiue abcul nine yeirs ago and has exper- ienced many urs and downs In the competition. About three years ago it was in danger of belcg dl bnr.rifil, the timely financial assistance Elicn by C. Spoon-jr, ci Ihe well linow-n dry goods firm of Sroor.er and corr.r.--.r.y. cf Plymouth, allowed the introduction ol enlirMy new man- iapem'-rjt and 'a new cojipany r.eSnc jfonr.cfi. then forfme has srnil I el on the- club ar.d tl.e winrlas o: th ol'ur senior club c-in oi 'i'.ta thrf.f homr-trr.'lK-d turn The i is In u-ry prosjiero'is cor.- dlllori arid ov. ns a ground a; Horr.o Mllehoi.aC, iJC-vonK-rt. U hii'; ihe piuii is one- of the M'.ot In tl.e country Ihe I" In aJditlou to Ihe tnm s Koni rec'.-rd ll..rcli. centre forward, holds the record of having 'cored I no j soils than an- other play'-r'thi'i Ti.at On win t '-i p'-ri-ir our. !s 'in'Jo'ibte--l aid 1 nt.ct-fojntry min iu Canada 7-111 cr.it ilatr; tf.e leAm'in ket-l the In the PIERCE l.i'CKY CMcaso, Apul -id Cincinnati Reds nith the return of their regu- lar paraphernnlia, gave the locals a dose call in the second game OL the series tod.u, hut lost three to four. Suggs and Tierce, were opposed to each other in what proved to he a piuher's battle, but with the luck of the game lu o! the Chicago thrower Cmcirnr-.ti s B Chicazo.................. 5 1 SJJC5 and Clarke Pierce and Areher. TIOSTON'S THIRD VICTORY Huston, April JO Hoston won its third of the season alter an eieien iri-iing pitcher's Lattlc today te'.v.eja Inmes and llrcanan. Maranville's er- ror made I'hihrielpaia's only run The Mbilors filled the bases in tl.'c eleicnlh with only one out. James held them scoreless. Philadelphia........... 2 Hoston............... 2 9 3 Hrer.nan ar.d Killifcr James and Johnson and Air.smllh 1'lani. acif -app. RF.n sox SHOWIXI; New York; April Ucatons Biiowed real world's form defeating New York. S to 1. They batted gchultz. the first New York pitcher, for fourteen tills, and scored almost at will. Hoff held the Usitcrs In 'ne lust IINO inniufis. Bedieut fine ball for Ilostou. Hoston.................. R '1 i Xeu- York........... 1 3 Ucdiri.t and Cady rclmltz, llofl and Sweeney, (iassetl. i.rniand liew, .ictoi.iited (or of lireak in todny less nuiKed locally lliau ill and Chi tijifi eJ Wllv lnwrr and was blli.ng al ll.e Matt, but ,i so'jirwhat uiiid decline srt in tn ll.c ilo'C. Oats and f..iv wi'ie b.jlh a litllr- neaVer. TlTti- .1 fair rash iJeuiat.-l tor all ijrjdes .nul wt'ie mure liberal than f'jr some dais. 'Kxp.iitcis were some biiyinc, Ueceipts were 'ilj cars iiiiprdeii and IjO in i'f.1'1- tinental inaiivctK vetc clovd for the May nix l.olidaj. Liverpool closed lower. OP" Clos Mai-......... '-''i July............... 'JU Uct........... 3U Oats- May Id'y.............. .lay Ink Oil'. DVHl'C April today Dubuc or.o of the wordt beatings of hU career, ar.d defeated Detroit, S to 3- Consistent bard hitting, coupled loose fielding and battery errors, enabled the visitors to win with eaM icolte was pounded hard, but .li "spll" ball seldom [Mod him in tig" places. Chicago s Detioit 1 n Cicotte and Scbalk Luhuc and 3Ic Kcc. 32; so; .isli Trices 1.21 121; Wr. Mi- No 1 Xi.r. Xo. 3 Nor...... Xo. 3 Nor..... Xo- I Xor. Xo 5 Nor. Xo. f. Xnr...... Feed Wit.ler Wheat- No. 1 No. 2 Xo 3........ No I Oats- No. '2 C W. Xo. j C. W. r.K. Xo. 1 1'rcil No 1 t-'cdl SI; ST! HJ Si; The Zenith Tan or 56.00 We Give You a OLD COUNTRY GAMF.S Aj..ll replay o c lie. fcirne between S an'. rA'Uord resji'.cd irj i win for th 'orrner by I zDal lo ml, In'tlie Southern ricfcalc.! I'lymrictb by 4 to i: J hf Scottish pafno 1'f.tv e; Klllr. ,t'.'l eadttl In i scar WON' IS THE KIGHTH SI. Ixi'iis. April won from Cleveland today, to 0. ritcn- tr Gregs casleady in ihe caily Innings. Imt always pulled out with- out being scored on St. Louis won the game, in the eighth J. Johnslon singled to Icfl, Williams sicrllicctl. I and was fate, at first, scoring Johnson. I Cleveland............... 0 f. 2 St. Louis J JO Harlr} No .1....... NO. i Rejected Feed No t N. IV. C Mai...... .Iiil'i h. r. 11! GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES Mai .lull Sept. in any style, with a weai'ing quality that reduces your yearly shoe erpcnse. Invest in International ROYALS CLUAXKU JUKSEY CITY Jersey City. Apiil and Jersey City clashed in tlie open- r.g pame'ol their series today rind the itoy.ils stnolheted llieir rivals to the tune ol 9 lo Montreal 0 13 1 Jersey City S 5 Mat'.ern anil Hums Doeschf, Brandon, Thompson and Cusp. Association Minneapolis Columbus S If) i GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow. April X chelor, caltlc Iraporlcrs. ierort brenr supplies r.nd milder weather, with a s'eady Irado heing cxpcrrlrnced al Columbus 'js'eady trail" heing experienced al re- Olmsicad ar.'l bmilli Cole ami cnl Best sleera. If. to Smith. KH rents. Irisli. H'i to balls, 1 Kansas City T R'noades and O'Connoi J.itues ard to 1S'4. SUFFRAGETTES BURN more satis- faction than you have ever had for the money. SOLD BY L. Keel Oliver Block TOHOXTO STII.L LOSING Baltimore, April 30. llallimore took the first game of the series from Toronto today. The IJ.t.h won the contest in the third inning, rten IJrandt toil control of tl.e hall and gate five bases, and licarr.c, who him, also saie or.c, and liicse, together with a .single, r.eUul five runs. Toronto H 1 llaltiinore 10 7 C Ilrand. L'ish atiJ lie mis o'lj and (Jans Paul............ 11 Indianapolis.........1 1 Kartrrr and James Kch.itdbnd and BOATHOUSE I London. May hralhcrtlfc on -line Thames, oriroaitc Hami.lon Court 7il'alnec. witb a number of 6'ifftasetti-s ...........-t n 1 l.ouisiillr .......f! 5 1 Cutting ar.d Marshall; Powell and Cieinctis. alo n 11 i ['roMtlcucc 7 1J 7 HEChc, Kulltrhruler Jin! I.afillc and Kij'.Lei. Xe-.sark......... 'i 12 1 mr.n and Hljir llaigi-r and llig- gins. New York I-nlladdphli Pltlfbnrg ijl I.OJls Cincinnati 11 Anicviciin ll.vJMr. V.mr.irei; S, 8. Vircmia I, 2. 12, SI Pad 1 j IJuluth t, Mim.caprilib 9. Nni'diwcstcni Var.couict II, Mctotu 1. health 0) Spo'one 3 Portland 0, Taioni COAST SacrairiT-nto r> Kacramuito !l. Sjn 4. I'orllanrl (i. 2 Angrlca 5, Oikl.n.d 7, fit l.onls llctroit Neiv Vork .171 1 S f, 1 f. s a il. .151 IwOLOAST TO HAHDLE- HOPPE 1 Sun l-'ranelico, Ap.ll Wol- former champion ot the has annclinttil himscll as manaser WilHo n Incal who knoihcil dowl Iduiing ;he lallers S'.iion a; I K thampion. New York, Anlll Me- Cnrt) outfouglit Frnnk Mnrnn. the I'lltsbtirg In n len-roimd bout tonight. The lighting was "t fast i ace for bcaijv.cigblB. did ino'-l of the and Irfuucnl- ly the men toe to loOj and clisngcd freely thtir hlTdcst Mows l.olh rficlvlng mnfh left cu.iKl opfn. enlbHns tils oppo- t.tnt to gel a slronc left liook. JicCorlj linil the lictlcr of tho first round, bill Moran cie-ncd it up In this next. In the third the [tenters' head: car.io togelher In a nilsup, ciittln? Moron. In llio fourth. Moran landed n slralgbl drawing blood trom McCaily'3 nose. The (Ilili cicn, bJi McClHy looV: the lie's! McCnrlJ lied H In Ihe cighlb, a Hcd It in the a Irli in Hie ninth Moran got In .noi gordlilows. McCail) LijJIiiK ofltn In Iht last lound.