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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta -THE LETRBRTOGE DAILY HERALD Thursday. May S, 1013 In Chicago Today--His Manager Holds Pelky Lightly in Comina Match Chlcajc, May McCliney brO'Jtht l.uiher McC'crty, wetih: to Issl DK'm east. Tiify wiM slay hire until tor.ijht, iiossibh etfr they il be for gan, where H'-rns' rl'ib 1.3S matcLed McCaitj Kith Atihuc Sot Un TiMicJs pa May IS. "Ws'ie up lo Caigasy ti up Pelky Tie niij BLCHS huiiselE a 5aid Mc- Carcey. "Ton-iny has iaid to vin his fght Gunboai Smith on May H at ?ac Francisco, of that elun'aatc Gunboat U IkiEs stows us money enough Tte mil stay there acj I ox him ir July al that, it will be a sitEptc miUei to save VViHard up for n dale I doubt, tbat Tommy an ofivr that TtJH kpM L8 GIANTS CLEANED UP ATHLETICS YESTERDAY FOOTBALL LEAGUE OPENS TONIGHT place 63P. ers or-eair? aanio of the later- :e lon'tht at tin? ball imik at ('allies jsd ibe Bank- e sctetivlc-i to Jurnish the i-Tiixiit, 'll.c ire n bird cxj'fcctj to ?i.-e Cil run for ttc nosnri iba old Wbils (he Tal! cs jft- tie !a the sboulJ Tjp Hankers ihicigti fliing [he Tiin vill tc a V'Jp-'-si- one. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES i Nil (ion ;U PIKATES I.03K AN'OTiiKH cr inning from tciHy. to 1. Uiu> 11 ruu ro.uJi'i; iu twelfth. U n I'itr.'-.eLS' bat- tern ecu O'TooV and I-Mltf, lat- tpr hJVing the K-tUr Of ine by Svee-ej, Wll on scoring the Tornior drojiud had Fiartcd 10 steal, O'Tcole y 1 lout .uid American CHANTE FROM TIGERS Dot roil. May t'liAnce be- gan his frral lrij> as an Atu- trlcau toague manager today with u victory. The score was New York C, 0sIroii 0. tlie recruit who 7.OK tlio o.Vy tuo'other games Ytrk has capturrO (his season, ol Detroit but t.vo hltE. llullln WAS Mt hard only iu thp second and flflli irm'.nge. Cobb. who dec'.arrd a severe affcUed bis eyesighl, struck and tbca retired from the S Aval a nche of R-J r.s In Fl r al Tims at Bat and Put the Game on The pame atternooD at the BairacXs hetTvern the two Hish School teams not a particularly oriUhnt e.tbJbition of baseball. J: went serea ianSEgfi, and the Giants defeated- the AtbleiJcs. 22 to 3. Curly MUSOD v.-as somewhat off cojor, and the Giants efcot through 15 IUBS in the firet ol( bis deliven'- After the first round, with Bonne U m the bos for the Athletics, the game be- came airtight, in comparison. Mo Carir, tbe soatijpaw pror- cd to be his be- a mist that 55 hard (o knock out In letics s the first, sicoad The score by Athletics Batteries: McCarty aad Sloan; C. Jlason aad Harclltoa, Bosr.ell aad Ma- BT. MARY'S GtRLS WILL ENTER BASKETBALL LEAGUE Officers cf Club Elected Prac With Westminster Tonljht At a held thin St. JlMT's Sur.dly srtool decidsi to en- ter a team Ut the Beaior B.-u'selball !u coccfection with tte StmtJay SctMl League. The fo'.Iosving cffi- errs ftra elected: President, Ar- nold; captain, Kirk; rlca- ciptsin, Xclllo Squires; tecreUTT- treasurer, Saraft Emicerton; commit- tee, Doris Bear, Bert WaSorooi zzt Lily Tbe playing ground for this teaai Is nuried out touth o[ the rarish lill as a. posiibic. Tile nciturae colon will decided npoa tor.ight. There illl Diiey, Philadelphia a practice with the Weitmlnstsr' E. Murphy. Phila. ....12 team 'again tonight, ?nd all aemoers iBjsh, Detroit 15 ___ lOidring. Phiia ]2 ____ Johcstoa. Cle-.t ...15 co. cu tae barmr'tcs ground on livoniag, t'.ic follovuua, 3. O. i: I are lu turn out: ChivaraU. Frier, Parkin, Holber.on, Lee, Clayion. Draper, Gallagher. Jackson, Sirip McCARTY MEMS OF 10 i AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING LEAGUE BATTING AVERAGES Club Batting Poiladslphia 25S Boston 251 Wastlagtoa L> ;2 Cleveland ?T3 Cbicaso 202 Delrolt 214 St Louis 23S New York Baiting Chicajo Sen- Vcrk 2JS CmciTmali ,255 St. Lou's 215 BrooWjn 214 224 'i Individuals Who Bailed .250 or Over G. If. S.B. RC. Collins. Pluladelpbii ..12 23 S oil Speaker. Boston I! 2! 1 Schaller, Chicago 5 fi 1 .402 rorpton, St. Louis 20 .400 Ujoie, Cleveland IT. 21 5 .386 Veach, Detroit 9 13 1 .351 Mwller, Wp.3htogton ,.11 In S .350 Clcotte, Chicago 5 0 .355 Thomas, Philadelphia .5 50 ,355 SIlilHu. Detroit 550 Who Have Batted .250 or Over G H. S.B. I'.C Viov. Fitisburi! C 10 0 .435 Mliler, ChUoso J 31 .429 tlaj'.e, Xcw Vork 10 15 2 .575 I.eacft, S 3 0 .S'5 J. Xesv Yori.. in 0 Zimmerman, Chicago .16 ij 3 .iot SOB. ....15 l .344 Hlltler, ..16 IS .333 Tinker, Cincicnali ...I? o Glbaoc, Putslrarg S SO .13J Johnson, Cincinnati 5 SO .333 Stengel, Brooklyn .P. 17 i .33', Fishtr, Brooklyn ..n 4 Brociilrri i; 40 .33' Merkle, New Vork ___ 14 IS 6 .32! TUUa, KoatOU 0 C1 (I Dooin, PhllaOellihia S 70 .318 KMIy, Pillsliurg ..7 0 .3] 3 Iloblilz'l, Cli.ciunaii M BOOB, Pittaburg 7 40 .3'3S UKuliert. ___ 13 15 4 H. -Meyers. Bosloni. .iy 12 Birne. PidEbur'g ___ 16 Ui .207 St. 15 17 2 .2SS Ha ?s, CinciTinat! ___ 14 15 0 .2S3 Wosat, DrooMyn ___ n 15 2 .2S' Vcr'rf ...14 5 .23f Daaleli, Neve Yori ___ S S 5 Jackson, Clereland ...15 IS 3 .3Jf, SaoltoD, St. Lodis ___ 15 IS 3 Hall, Boston 5 2 u Sirunk, Philadelphia. 6 73 achalk, Chicago 15 K 3 333 Scnuh. York 3 20 .313 Collies, Chlcaso IS 24 2 .3.'? Hailzell, Kevs York In Fngte. Boston 11 11 2 .324 Oar.dll. Washington ...11 li 1 .31) ijharfc, Washington ..11 H 4 .317 J. Johnston. St. Louis .17 2') i .30i McBride, .11 12 1 K'i Graney, Cleioland ...15 IT 1 CiiliCh. Cleveland i 7 o Birmingham. Weve. ..15 17 1 .104 liorton, r liirago 18 17 0 New York S 70 Gardner, Boston 14 ii Leonard, Boston 5 3 0 .'j.'J Joaei, Chicago 1 .301 Williams, Si. ..17 13 3 Weaver, Cnlcago H 18 2 Chicago ..17 'JO 5 .2W St. Ixiuis 12 11) 0 .278 Pitlsburg 5 JO .27; CsaU. ..11 12 3 .27 Cam-itz. 5 3 0 .27 01ANTS NKW SOUTHPAW Xew York, Ma> York as- .un defeated tbe CinclnHails here to- Jay, the- storo lieirg i> to 4. lienion 7.15 and V.BS Mi hard. He-was ri'lie.Vt 1 b> rncKard, a >caog left- hai.fier. Tiho twirled a wonderful same 'afier tl.e third The diil i.ot a hit ihe youngster [look ctBTge. AUKS t ild and !a- and reiirtJ nlEh Ihe .bases full in tbe stopi'od the Kerfs in this iuiiiuE. b'-it hit frvirly hard, ECOT- ins three rnr.s OK him on eleaa Vork Detroit Kpating and Zamloclc and Stnnage. C 8 3 0 '1 4 LAPP THREW KUSXEHS OUT St. Louis, May beat St. today. 3 to 2. Drovin ar.d illtchell pitched good noth hav- lug one t-ad inning. .n the Sol Murray Will Train Horses on Local Track-Tutf Club Organizes Tomorrow Night Thftt ft'estern Canada's race cir- cuit this year, over OQO in purse monies, IB attracting the lurfmon of ihe Western States, (3 ev- idenced by the arrKal In Hie Inst ntght oC Sol. Murray, (ho Helena, Mont., a ol rive harness horses. Mr. Murray tram here, and it te lits Inten- tion lo commence the circuit with the Lethbrifige fair In Juno. Mr. Murray has ueen in communica- tion with (he LethbriOge ialr meat for some time, ami Goorg? T. flaag, who la maKIn-g but threw ou'. tried to s lio'.e. tbrci St. batters !brldse famous a lraSning hi. nem whs out of a eu York litntou, 4 10 2 B 70 Ames, Meiers. AX EXTRAORDIXAKV PI.AV lircoblyn. Jlay stopped streak today, tak- another ser.Eatlonnl gamo bj" 1 to 3. Rtmarkable fEe'.ding Teaturea on lilies kept down (be Cut- aufl Bridnrcll dhlded tlie fcon- Cuts haw prevented two Chicago [rurs tn ihe fifth bjr rushtng over and 'ta5iiT5 Archer's s-our-fier that "n-ent [ihrcugh Diubert, and tOEEing the iuii- out to Allen, who covtred (Chicago...................- 4 S 2 IJaker scored in tbe fourth (vl.cn he hit a boraer loto tbe right field bleachers. .1 3 60 St. Lotus ..................a 50 Brown Lapp Mitchell and Alexander. BEAT CHICAGO Ciiicago. Jlay todny defeated Ciiicago in the opealng came of series. to This the first game of Ihe eastern team in Chicago. The IccaU took an early lead, but on a fielder's choice, an er- ror, and a triple by McBride, tbe visi- tors took the Icatl, acil then added another run. anrt his comtng to the city hailed delight by.these men. Those behind the tor Turt Association nre to see Mr. Murray como to and (ay now that they l put on a ou r-'ay 24 that Lethbriclge, Taber, Maclcod and Warner Included This Year MacleoJ, Tatfr acid WatniT will comprise tfcfi Southern Albert.1, am at cur Lasetall league this seasox These with tl.a ex- coptiun ul were represented the meeting of tLf league hclii here last tsitf.t .it the V.M.C A. H R-BS teally a mcftinR ol northern di- teEon of year's league which Deluded LrUibTiiifci', Tnbcr, Marlecd ceil Plnrhcr Crcc'i, but ntlther Tabcr or Pint-her Creek were at the meeting, llonevcr, which won the southern dhlsicn championship )ast season, was rcprp- scaterf at the lurctlcp by Mr. La tag, who in.iite overtures on behalf of the club, ol vlmh he IR mnuajer, for a place in the northern i of tan put, for tfi? southern bcctton. ac- conlirj- to Mr. loots a dead letter Uiii vear. AUlioucli H lelt Taber was doubtful ns n mfinhpr. it was deem- fit advisaMa to ea.rs ago, boast- ed a Iftrf H died a natur- al de.itb. It likewise dicrf Intestate, leaving tn the treasurer's which has been drawing interest at the hank ever since. Treasurer -Mc- i said this raorntns that ho uouM i Tor.ey ar.d BccEnahati; Allen, Stack land Miller- 3 g i Chicago.......'. 2 C- I "be at ihe meeting toraorrOTr evening, Lang and Schaft. aad Ainsmltb Cuotte, to band over the tiity, and llkev Join the neu- association, he Heves he great PHONE .204 SSi 4 Drewry's Ale per dor. Budweiser per doz. Schlitz per doz. Lethbridge Beer al Brewery Prices )Vitl, 11 [Ball, HoMc-n iLoliveli, New York S lAlnsraith, li Foa'.er, Washington 6 7 jllc.oi.er, Boston 11 15 Xew Vork 5 4 u Dctro.l 1C 17 1 Phltedslpnla ..12 1't S I Walsh, St. I-OJis 'J 5 2 High Detroit n 12 I Milan, Wnahlnttrin ...11 12 10 Easterly, Chiciso C 4 1 Redienf, llov.on 5 3 D Record Three or f OantJ '.V Jorinson, Wash 4 Mitchell, Chicago Sbifer, New York Raildon, Boston Wu.-Ge, N'cw Vcrh Kirke, Ikgglns. St. Louis Lobtrt, Philadrli.V.ia Maratnillo. Mcr.For, Pil ESM. CInci Circirn Ul Pitchers' Retorrfe- Hamilton, St Ixmls BcSlci.t, ____ Orcgg, ffclla Wellmaii, 31. Clcctte. Chicago Keating, New York. Cbk-igo Wait Dub'jc. Detroit Scott, Caicago Hauraiartrc-r. St. L. W. Mitchell, Groom. Wart R Mitchell, Kt Midiln, Detroit N'. V. Chicago or More Skaioa. Vh I, Pet B c- 0 WlsVirg rt Si. Loul I.C-.-iJHoMR-cn. ViUa. 1 'jj.tKa, J New York 1 U.r.er. 1 'I'll's. t F'lUa 1 j AlV.-i, llrooklyn St. Ixiala 2 New "V P.Kr-Tian, I'blla. 2 Richie, Chicago 2 Cl-i. 2 2 Ulmlr.natl 1 3 ,0j'j (Tyler Coslon i at! la .all 1 El. 'rf -'J 3 .iot 16 Si 1 .314 1C IS .333 15 0 .C5.il S S 0 .33.! j 530 .333 P. 17 i .33', n K. 4 .in 4 0 .333 14 13 6 .321 9 0 .321 S 70 .318 7 II .313 !1 .21! .7 40 .303 .13 15 4 16 IT' 2 .207 .15 15 3 15 17 2 .2SS .14 15 0 .2SS 13 15 2 .2S7 14 IS o .250 H 12 0 255 17 "JO 5 .2W 12 11) 0 .278 .8 S 2 .275 o 30 .273 .11 12 3 .273 .5 30 .273 .17 17 0 270 .11 12 2 .Ml .a o .MI .13 7 .2J3 .8 71 2V) .15 15 4 .253 .12 8 1 .11 H 3 2r.o .12 13 T .5 0 .2V) .16 16 1 X.'s .n 12 'i o r.i 11 90 .'-vj fnrce or Mo'e I, !'ct 5 Cl l.OCO :i U n 3 1 3 1 3 1 .750 3 1 .7S-J 2 1 .1'6" 2 2 .500 1 'J .331 i 2 ir 1 2 .1S3 1 2 .711 1 Z .333 1 2 .313 1 1 DOUULK I'UVYS Pblhilelphia, "ay Py p'.-ylnz .1 j fine up niii game, Philadelphia de- j featf11! St. Lojis by 4 to 3, when ?corcd the ;enUl ou Ringie, Knabe's sacrldce and Lobert's do-j-bl-2. St. I.ouis look a tbrte-nm lead ,n tbe second. After that lluee double plays prevented tbem gctir-IDS they failed lo tally la the sixth, after filling the bases, with r.snc St Louis 3 8 J Philadelphia 4 10 1 Orirer acd McLean Sealon an! BADL-Y CRfPFLED Cleveland. May Boston Red 1 Sox, the first of tho eastern cJnbs to play on the local grounds this season, vcre dertatotl toii-dj, 4 to J. FalKcti-aorgr, the lanky southpaw, came aatft from the minors this year, ivon his lifth coasecullvc gaxo. Five of the Tloston regulars were unable to Le in ganio because of injuries. Bostou 1 f> 0 Cleveland -1 'J 0 Leonard. Fositr ar.d Kalkcnfcerg and 11 CbicaEO J'hiladelpbU BrooTilj n St. Louis Xew YOT k PUlBburg Boston IN MIT International TORONTO STRIKES WliVNI.N'G OA1T Toronto, May 1. KeHey's band annexed another victory over the vvbea they came out on tfae loag end of a 3 to 2 victory IcxJay. Both teams used pitchers. The ftlt-uro of the games was a long hone run lilt ny Xorthetl In the ninth, whlth won for tho Leafs. N-eivaii 3 32 Toronto -12 Rargcr, Cas'tiil atvl McCarthy Ilrar.t, llearr.c and Otaham. P.OYAI.S NOT IV IT Moiifrc-al, Hay 7. Providence the HoyalSj and trounced them 3 lo tcd.iy. Wlieatley allonc.I no morn one nu in any up fie ninth Smith uss bit LEAGUES Association Minneapolis 8 U 1 Smith Brown and America Chlcneq 5i. Louis g hi? E IS ,Wa on ill 11 1 n'-ila V... City York and itiller t Vauglian and O'Connor. Toledo iQ CoJumbus 0 f; r. Jarncs arui and Cotter. Columbus 1 ri llararolls 3 City St. Paul lolcdo g.iifjcs postjiLn-d tontrcal Itocheater Jerrcy City Totonto the ninth Averett Qlfd for the [I'roi'irlcr.cc S 13 0 .Montreal 2 70 UficatH r.n.l amifh, Ar-ctctte -aiA ilatln'ti Il.iltirnr.ic 9 U fimlph 13, Hamilton St. 'H-OTna-i 10. G. IVrlin i. rclcrVno 1. Ottawa 7. CANADA'S CEBT JUMPERS WILL BE THERE Winnipeg Horco Shaw June 21 Will Bring Together Some Fine Horae Flesh May C'onfi'hnce. Ihe famous horse or lion Clifford Stltcn, ulll corapoto at the HOIEO Show on Juno 2. aiorg with thu pkk ol the horses IroEQ Vancouver. Hcijlna ani Calgary. Thirty animals iro tieing sent licvo front VADCoy.cr. A Itko 1 71 Hffth aiid Kcrfe, Upharo, Kilhrlni full .leray City 4 91 ii.i.iAlo 5 H 0 Crib? Cii Cn'lEary SaslJMOon Medicine Hat Moose Jaw Kdmdnton Coast Portland 5, Sacramento 3. II, Venice LflUibritlse, a manager in iha pcrEon of Wallace CT-TTrct- crn Canaila uiupltf, bcsi'Jpa soir.e amateur tiiulerul, one a is the only thins new liijit pbcc l be spottiug. W. I'.C 10 7 M' 70 11 Ml B70 571 Plcclier CtccV: was not at Ihe meet- IDR lo air tJioir view a and the other clubs were not prone to ir.cludft Pinchcr as a mrmhrr. considering tlis octaEionNl when play- trj; gAmos II. Nicholson was ejected, piesirtertfc acRin. 'ilc appoint a treasurer or act 'o that capacttv hin'sclf. Chas. fftap was elected rice- I1 AV, D. ii b'tr.r.li, .Ic'tlvCij- romniiUfc. Messrs. V.'heolpr aad V.'ray were, ap- pointed a committee to tlryft a srl.c- to he suhnutted lo the presi- dent, will a copy hcnl to each clnh tor appioral The first piacc Et Warner and Palier. P.O. .S21 .750 .700 .S2.' .Vi3 .acs .31'] .167 P.O. H 10 10 .'.21; 31 10 11 .500 w. Mny 20, and I.etSi- and Maclcod will jet the 3Uh if .May gat.ies. Messrs. and al- so work 01 the constitution. The Riiarac.tee hr !2S this ear, ii-') tn lie paid hy the fir.st ;ame anil llie tnlance one moath lav- :r. CHy League The City Tlisebal! Trhlch met last night, arrannnmcntH to fecurc tlio of tho ball park (or heir sanies. Xo Rihc'hilo has bccu Iratvn up as .vet. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE fan Fticcls-.o 9, Angeles 3. mircbfr from CalBary and a dozen Vancouver W. WHITHER WAS TOO COLD MfJlcin- Mat. May wai- Kd ll.c icday, 5 (o 3, In t gar.ie in hockey Thf worked well, each al- lotilng five the majority of which long onca. Some ICOFO markeil the balllo. plij- tts bilnp unaMc ECemlnoly to narin Score: Mfjdlrinn Hal.......... 3 K Ileaiiia............'.... I a 1 linrlcy ar.d Traclr, Unnkln anrt Di- li cr. AMATRKR PITCHKR SHOWS OI-AS3 Jnv.-. .Maj- Tlio lloblii- po.mdtd O'll a victory over it-c Qunkers today, when they billed Walldnaui olf tlif tr.onnd, and also hit Wynn hard and oflc-n. Northrop, who on the fl.ib for tho locals T, as knocked of( the rurjncr In tho fottrtli, hut Slmrnonils, o. boy "ho pitched In tho Mcoso Jaw clly leaguo fast year (lien went tn ADCI nciu ei'.iakors rafe all the v ay. Score- iw! Noi'llnvp.stcrn nn 7, Vancouver 5. rla 2, Taioma I. lc D, Purtljnd 2, from The Vancoiiver l inoSudo the Scjltlo hnntc-rs of Mr. r.nd Mrs A. Parsons flnd Ktrr. of Kill represent SssVztUit-Aan. Jnmptrs and Tacoina Kpokano I'orlland Vjclorla .la 12 1C 1 Wnlirlnoiia. Wynn and Wollr-r: Virtlinip, Kimmor.iia nni Moorr. Hart istntlifr Kclmontoo .361 r.nd Cnlgaty ;