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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page f> THE LETHBRIOGE DAILY 1913 S. 0. E. Overwhelmed in the First Half but Gallantly Came Up From the Rear With a Well Defined and Vigorous Attack in the Second Half and Tied the Score At a keenly-foustil contMl at tie park list nlgnt, toe first rame of tna Mason in the City Kooljsll Lea- trie In a 2-2 tie. inS tie fiist ot tfce series U jet to ne champion Overseas, who made both scores in tfce halt. Kfre heM lo a tie ly the Sois of EsElasJ a stubborn f.'gnt, ibey matlr-j tbe last xoal In tns last few minutes of play. At first things looked ratter Bloomy for tie S. O. E- nut ibe> rallied EUC- and were wildly cheered >-hen the pcore was evened up eonlQ deter combination vrork and tcTOagcout the game, and gave a sllsht advantage to the players striv- ing for tiia -tf rs'. Tfce won iiie cnoke of of ths goal, and llealivtcl! shot a ho; one liuTfiiT the net. en tt.e part of tbe S. O. and, on, the ?ona kept busy, but let then 'ncow lhat still br- the posu, auti saved ard The OverfCJE made several at- tempts to- break iichlty b ii-jj.l shot., high. P.-itu-rsca relieved i pretty shot fron; .1 corner, The Seas now seemed to be playing like demons, and kept pressing their opiionentr, bjt ihe defence seem Pd al mo e. A f is r several or stubborn -figb by- both the plucky Sor.s forced :be and GiHflcber u cleaa bot one for goal, was very tariy sa.-ed by Hewiit, was goals, and to with the bail i Carlislp Indian 'o to the PJCU who seccnii tc U-e Tho luieruatlDual ccu.ri'S'.tee of the so decided ou tuo'.iou c( the delesates. O 0 GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES ERECI 11 National G1AXTS imOKK 1.0SISO STKKAK- Xew Vctt, Mar c.-'I'i..' Xfw Yorks onilrii thtir losing swai they bcit Cincinnati in slugsins match, S to 6. Tiller's tejm, how- ever. pUjcd a src-" ualiitl tame, as they were Cut- leli'.-d in ilw nith inning. Uelli Siigjs and Tesieau, who started, easy. Cincinnati 6 13' 1 Yort S 16 Suciis, .ir.a UirVe, 1'csreau, Demarfe aud Jlejrrs Expert Advice Secured New for the Season SOME INSIDE IHSUIULlj troonlin, May took f -tic first" gamp of the CL.cjgo series tor.today. 4 to 3. Dalilen outguessed Kv- ers ir. a battle of, nntuwrul tuts NOTHING DOING IN AMERICAN YEST5DAY The American League a holiday There no games BcLcd'Jled. Minor Games Intel-national timers TIIEUE AT FIXISU Montreal, May e.-lToTi-kKC came ___ USEBK1 t PhiUJelpkia St Louis Ciccimuti Philadelphia Washington Cleveland SI. Lows Itoston Detroit Nev; York streak, however, aud he only succeed- Mr. guK ed in stopplas force, and ii rollcil tl.c Tha Sons ticked off at aboat The First Half After some skirmishing the Over- carried tbe ball to S. O. E. terri- tory, but failed to score. Dice rush by tto S. O. respite J ia a goal kick ttat, went wide. The Orerseas returned the ball lo E. O- E. territory, Q-JI the maiie E geiawaj, and a Fns sbo' neatly by 3Emn for ibe Over- seas dismayed some ffae footwork. A trlend-d rush by the Eons was reliev- ed by Patterson, JocX Mullen, for the Overseas, made a. nice shot, but ed. Brenaan followed with nnolber high one, Gallagher caught offside, and the Sons made a goal lick. Jackson shot for i'ub but Kewili there the i OTerseas, made a nice and s beautiful goal. The tall COT returned to lite Sous territory, ar.d a good shot by Home fell shoit. Ruba Farris -ftas put of commission for a few mo- ments, but returned to the tray. Broa- san vras offside, which saved the Cons were working bard. The Overseas showed up fine on combina- tion, A corner ott the Sent was relieved by Holbertou, and a nice rush re- lieved by HaiYicins. Brsisn, of tbe. Overseas, made unsuccessful trips, and. a. getaway by tbe Soca re suited in a close shot, Brejinaa shot and Hasinas return fd at eTpenle ot a corner, TvMcb resulted fa no adjutage. Home, for the Overseas, shot and Patterson relieved a grand rush by the Sons. After a t lately bit ot cornbicBlion scored for tbe Over- seas. BestyicJc, for the Sons, shot after some sood combination T. Hasrtlns relieved a pot sbol by Brcnnaa, and the Tvblstic bleis with the ball la the Overseas territory. Score, 2 to 0 Ira favor of the seas. Second Hilf The ball nent to Overseas1 lerri- torr et lilcX-off, ar.d the Sons made noor for Koal. Willets. in trying to save a ibrow-in, collided v.'ith an Overseas warrior, add Tecesv- a sbarii kirfc on the hneef nhlch nid Kay, the uell tnyiTi (I llaly, th: Cnittd States, is in iSirrot (Us uiaay around him for snorter tally, I iruprovcinc-jits in tlie Club which tleJ the score. It tras atjgoM links. Ihls juncture that tho Socs' backers I It is undersluod that a contract demonatrated thai they Lad absolute- nor a r.nv ciuli-liotoc to cost in tbe ly linn: wrong with their neighlorlior-a oi 5MCO, a cace- pr Cbiraso, Wheat tieing rn singles by .ivj Smith, llii lakir.g second ca throw- in. Knvin sent to bat for Millet Jicst nr.d he WAS passed Ev- ns apparently ejecting Hagon to ionic Instead, llum.nell vas called on, who furn.shtd the hit lhat scored the ru.i. 1 5 2 Y......... 4 70 Archer Ruc'i- 5 5Cnt to the Masoa m an to face runs. i three hits cmJ Kansas City Minneapolis St. Paul Toledo...... .5G3 .555 .550 .521 524 .331 .351 W. L. I'.C. Rrookl.vn aad L'gau The cheering was deafenioc. until the i foliage, hr.b i.een let to E. flay took the ball ne-arlT. Uroa.l, and work will coir.men'.e the Sons' when Ite Overseas' i iu'-nie the cheer. A goal and the Sons rev 1 for It is that the cmcnls l.c rcidy in lime J 0 Newark 3 2 I'roudence Montreal [Rochester Jersey City 11 IS lEtinguisih the finally t to The line-up: Home; y aDd lhe Mlh the Eco-e Mullea and Drown, McMillan, Braunan, Siram and Tnmer. Socs oi Farris end. Frier; Firth. Holbenoa and Jackion, for the I lets; Beatvilck, -JtrTdan, (laihgber, Jackson and Hall. ik and ihfir charter tl.e province, 'ihe oluccrs elect -i I.L ttc last nireting are: 1'res'nler L ,M. Johnstone tlugli Donnnn Socreiary, JC. 1'ou-crs: ex- ecutive MtaSTs. A, Hatr.s- Uarmdri and A REAL PINCH HITTFR J Philad'.lDiiA, Maj VPSIL to bat u. seventh of today's PhJladcJphia-St. Louis fe-jn.? a pin- i hitter ior-Stcel vhh the bases Ailed and tvo oatr-aud made a three- drove in three St. wtunitir 5 to 1- S: Louis........ TOKUNTO AT HOMK Toronto, .Mjy its Toronto [f.rst fcoiae game from Xcnark today 14 to 1. Mayor Ihtcw the first ball. v. ttli Controller Church as catcher. licglna 1 3 Raskatoun Toronto 4 13 2 Calgary...... Hr.Enian, BeU and Higgles Medicine llul r.d Bemis Caiuula Jaw S 1 10 2 lev, .1. C. Reid, S. J. Shepherd, C Sea ton, Majer and G. K. Xoyrsc ar.d II. J. H. 1 _.; i' The poU HnVs are cast oi 3110 Jersey Cily............. 5 Bicn- Mcllaie, Brandon and Sullivan Kulletrvyeider, Mains and the provincial jail, end vail tc thsr up-to-ilats tlie goh in every portunity to shov. their skill. very I'Eovider.ce 8 Montreal............... 5 Bailey, and Onslow son, Kiuitb anil Burns. IF CITY WILL BUILD 30AT HOUSE AT LAKE, THE CLUB WILL DO SOMETHING Aquatic sport is not going to die ic a'thoush hie has bern Eotneviljat prr.thng a decision iiom the city co'Jtcil as lr measuus b: granted by then-, to aid in Us sustenance- at a mcfttias oi the Aquatic club last night it decid- ed to erect a boat-ho'Jse, and steps for its early completion te tak pn. The size of HIP house vill tiepead largel) en (lie amount cE assistance tt-hich tbe city mil render, lut any the citizens caa be assureri that aquatic sports tc promoted to tbe fullest extent possible within the club's abihU. WAOXER BACK OAME Boston, May back in ilie game vts Lffe-Ud jby Boston today in a ten miring ttest. 1. TtiQ. finish, was a ASSOChltiOll sational one. S'.veeney singlfd in Icnlh. Titus sacrificed, and Kitke, Minneripolis i batting for Mann, littcd a high one Milwaukee IVoillnvcstcru i Vancouver 13 1 Taconia Spokane Portland Victoria 7 11 'to left. Carey it, bumped In- fo the fence of the bleachers, ball falling over. Sweeney came home v.'ith the Hittsburg 1 HcndnK Young acd Smith Nicholson Marshall. (Xu others tun- 2 73 392 and Keltc> I'erdue ai.d Minneapolis, May Wad- dell, once recoanfzed as 1ht great- est left handed pitcher In bast- ball, is seriously ill here with blood poisoning. Wadrfctt injured a knee in some unknawn way at the ball park fast week and the wound was neglected. It found on examination that Wad- dell is m a aerFcif1 condition, [t is feared the leg may have to be amputated. RACES AT CHESTER laid him out of lie giae for a nice run ,-incS shot Y.-fde. The Sons, aUh ihe wind slight- ly In theSr preEsed ihe Hestvlck failing to (ally. a rush Hume klc'Kdl a corner, Itut the Sons failed lo locMc lit net Ehc; high, jr.rj ntimero-js folloTFed. U was fmd la festp tho ball on tag lield, lo the filrong northerly wiml. Play keM in the centie of ihe IIeW for fomB lime, and was ta'citn Overseas' tii-Uory ard high. Tho Son3 nado refKnttd tr'-M but cusld not locate tlit poal Oierseas defence [fk.j riufim cry. Hewitt sared a Elraiglii hot shot V Bestwlck. and the same conMnicd ;i tb'o Oteraeas territory, HIL- ir.aV Jeff aliibtoru lo ECCTC. McMillan made a clean and an open iield, It looked Hk anotbef (ally for (ha Overseas, but tfce fcalf hit the goalpost and Play was at once retorned to th? OvrrgRaa Urritory, and after ccnsid- ertlilo unlnleresllrig playir.g, ,iacx- passed tlie ball directly in front FIRST PRACTICE OF LOCAL CLUB TONIGHT l.or.don, May Chester Vase, WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE of run to'lay at Chtsler, oreri.Moorf. one aiul u half won b> Urd CaflogaiTs (OUT-J carold bay roll Cylba. K 11. Wise's' brown colt Key v.aB second, and Mr. A TIGliT CONTEST Moose Jan', Majr 6 Jaw Uobin IlooJs !oit jnothfr close game to lay, when S'.tele antl Churchill had a piuber's liatUc, the latter winning 3-2. rtishrd up mucli bet- Itt bail liian was played in tlia opcn- ng gainr (in account oi the icing much hcttct. Kssfeatonn 3 3 1 Moose .Ian 3 50 Wolter; Stcele and Ma fo-e. Get started right by getting in first practice. NOTICES CALLIES INTERMEDIATES Iho up for CalrJon.an f ball for U.f, pin lo'i-MrijT, rs' (5 as folio AS: rr.'-tor-l, M. Mcll.tr, i, rt'OTl, T. Tvr.drj, P. Mtl'arfat.e, a-1, as rcHerrea. PJaj'era are arJ.f-1 io at (he y. si. C." A. at r, o'c-cth, ticfeoh" to pisce at Ixtndon, >iay Chester cup T m today at. Chewier over ?'.i mile foorto, "-'.as won by H. A Crallsn'a at 20 to t: Uoj.oM Or v ai st-'Tttng nt i to and Marfe'a f3or- in, 't to 1, third. i Northern i'i, Virginia b. D'llulh 7, Superior 3. Grand Forks 5, Viinuireg 1. St. Paul 6, MinriCApolLa -1. Xortluvestci'n Vancouver 3f Spokane 2. Taconia 7, Victoria 0. Portland 1, SeaUle 0. Pai-ifio Const r.os Angelrs 1, San 1. Veniie 3, Oakland 2. Portland 5, Sacramento 1. .6SS 536 .571 .561 .435 .435 .112 PC. .500 .C67 .CC7 .500 .000 I'.C. .722 .636 .stm 10'J .121 .313 We Give You a Comfort in any style, with a wearing quality that reduces your yearly shoe expense. Invest in X more satis- faction than you have ever had for the money. SOLD BY L. Keel Oliver Block you tell the class the namo of the belt norih of rtia cfiuator? 'IC-Con, sir. He-cord II. In thej sit Ihcy Ihp fiTtli with thrfc on "P !E id, l.ui R London. May Thomas Lip- on iald last right that he had not jet received a copy of '-he letter which had been addressed lo the York Yacht Club, on Bp'ir oi the moment waa unable to ansfaer hi added- "The Xew York Yacht CJluVs rommUlte. the mailer In charge, art thoroughly gpor malter In are thorough, anil RTc anxious for 3 rare? I hate not the slightest doubt that (he points tliey raise Mil be sol- tkd lo our tniitnil salisfaction, aad the race pln-cc" he careful 301: po tf-f- J hMe to And i.iii.d jisill :t light f.r.d !cok out for trjoie dreadful hit. ffat a ion.; 1ft z POLO TEAM ON WAY TO NEW YORK rn-'lmd, May 7. imONOIOS AV KASY VICTORY I Puc nl ll.c ruSo team wh ch is to Vaj won the Ur-tisb in the OVERSEAS PRACTICE be a of 1 30 on srn-.nds nortb iiatk. uo a liome tun by Clicave. '-'apt Milan ianJ Ciptam A. N. anil men hsvr-n'l got rr.nrc f, 11 N. M. t'ri-.ili-, ulni one caution, n-hca lo Bet a' ninioi-'Ko .SI rescues l.oij the iiU'c '.'ion tu ;i lo llic' vrainnriiht arM Kpcnccr; Kurd 'oilier rcsetic plajrr, lulcnils to Jlaltr. ilw hitv List rr.nre; CHAPELINESS is essential in good clothes. Shape retention must be sincerely tailored into tlic1 garment while it is bciiiK made; Uic slutpc won't hold when it's merely pressed ii; on the teiilur'h The best fabric in the. world can be spoiled by jioor tailoring. Let us show you linw ymi can pull and twist a Semi-ready Coat, and yet not injure it's thapc. It h Scmi-icSdy Tailoring cmbotlies your ideal? in clever stjlc, sincere tailoring, all wool fabric and tnc perfect human in designing. S. C. BATEMAN, Manager ;