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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY WKKALB May 10, 1913 Meeting of Local Men Devoted to Horse Racing was a Grand Success Good Races for the 24th Organization a Promising one If Old Probs Ciin be induced lo bo good for one day, (lie Lethbridge Turf Club will off a nice Incet on May 2-1 th thai will give Letlibridge und liiti .surrounding one of the finest day's spot! furnished around these purls for some lime. Lelh- bridge 1ms iiTurf Club once more, and n lustier infant if would be bnrd to find. The rsczs will probably five in number, nnd the purses will aggregate in the neighborhood of ?COO. about the extent of last niyht's meeting culled by a few horse enlhtisinsls to revive the Letlibiidge Turf Associrt- tion. ft was a rousing good meeting 25 present, and every one was out to slnrt something doing. All realized that Lelhbvidge hud a chance lo get on the map as one of tbe race centres of the Wcsl, and none knew better than they that the present was the right time (o stnrl. Geo. T. was present to give a few words of advice based on his past experience, arid besides all bis other affiliations, he is now a member of tbe I.ethbriclge Turf Club. So was J. H. Lee, manager of the Alexandra Hotel, present, nad when the talk veered round to n race meet for Slny 24fh, he paved the way by contributing iflOO lo the expenses. Harry of the Lellibridge Hotel, telephoned that he would be unable to be prcseul, bill sent his best regards through Mr. Lee in the shtipe of another donation to the 2Jth meet. Before the meeting was over 20 members had paid their yearly dues of five dollars, and a committee composed of Messrs. Mullicrn, hose nnd Aid. Williamson had been appointed to secure new inciJiuers and canvass Tor support for the Victoria Day meeling. Tbe membership fee was pluced low, only 55.00, George Hnai> explaining that hi his opinion the more members who could be secured the more interest there would be in the vwk of the club. BASEBALL IABLES National W. P.O. Cleveland WashiXRton Cliicngo St. I.ouis Doston Detroit New Vork Club Tbe old charter of ihe Turf Aseaciation, granted In 100S was revived: and accepted as the charter for-the re-organized club( and a com- mittee composed of Messrs. Haag, Jack and named to draft bylaws. The election of officers resulted as Hon. Present- -A. E, Humphries. B. McCarty. R. McGutre. G. Pagnuelo. Coard of Alrd, A. Williamson, and .1, J, Fur- man. Aid, WJIIfamaon. dtd not thfnk there wrduld be any trouble in securing the consent" of the council for the use of Itoe track for a meet on May 24, aa it rcouliJ good traffic for the street .-Ars. President McCarty asd Jajr.e-s Gknister were appointed a comrait- lee to wait on the council fn the mat- ter. The Races The race meet for -Mar 24th was aiscUEEed at ;ome length and tbe fol- lowing races decided upon. to Hudson's Bay Co, PHONE DEPT. CHARLIE DOOIN Manager of tlie Philadelphia Nation- il League team, who, with new mater- ial. EB making an excellent showing with his rejuvenated line-up. v BETTING ON THE DERBY C- o London, Hay bet; ting en the Derby, run at Ep- eom on June -t, is 0s follows: W. Haphael's Louverers and II. Choimondejcy's Graganour, 9 to 2; D. R. Browning's She- gun, S to 1; Ixnrd Savllla's Al- degonde, 10ft to 1; Hose- herry'a Sanquhar, August Eel- znoni's Vulvaln and _M. A. Aumont'a Ninbys, 23 to 1, and Ills .Majesty's Anmer, 25 to 1. fr Prefers Ritchie Chance of Getting the ChamGi LIKELY WITH RIVERS Sees Little Crack at Lager Beers Drewry's Ale per doz. Budweiser per doz. Schlitz per doz. change by the Hoard of Directors: for allf pace, purse 150 Greeu. trot cr pace, purse 150 Running race, purse.........160 Naaed Rnce, local and prices to be announced later. Xo entrance fee will be charged! Half mile heats In the harness class- es, thr'ee in fire- There are several local horaea ed by gentlemen a-bout ton iii that will enter fn the last race, which promises lo be one of tho big attractions of the day. Can Get the Horiei Mr, Haag thought there should be no trouble It> getting together a very presentable airing of horses for tbe day's racta. Sol .Murray win remain with his airing of five. Mr. Haag him- self haa 16. At ClareKholm there are two more, and at Mrdiclne Hat a couple besides runners in both of the latter places. There are also some homs at PfindJeion, Ore., thai n-jll be coming through about that time to Join the circuit the next and} Mr. Haag vrrlto thorn lo come early to be here for tbe 24th. In fact Mr. Hoag to write sereral borae Inviting them to como In for the day. They win not be able to como ahy" great distance, hut he be- lleves the fields will all be well filled. The club wants (o make Jhe atlractton for Southern AlborU. that. day. They --rant 3CM) people on lie grounds during the afternoon. In the evening a District League base- ball gnnje will bo pnikd off. and as the conies on Saturday there should bs a bljf crowd ID tbe city. The band wllj be out- and everything ivlli p to the mark for a good day's sport. Meet It Fall The Club is oft to a good start. They want 100 membRra this -wtek and believe they can tJieni, .-4nd If Old Sol shlnea on the 2Uh 50 that _ D can b? a big crowd at tho racea, there will be a race meet at tho end of the blR circuit In the fail fhsi will be a little better than anything ever pulled off In Le'.hbrldge herciolora ZBV3EKO WINS AGAIN San Francisco, May a match turns In San iti a few days, Harlem Ttomaay Mur- phy will jlgin up to meet JOG Rivers, of Angeles In a ten-round bout ID N'-sw York, according to the declara- tion here tcday of Jim Buckley, the Harlem scrapper's manager. Murphy prefers Ititchfe, but doe's not believe the will enter the ring be- fore September. WALSH NOT IN BEST OF CONDITION Chicago, May B E.I. Walsh, prize cwlrler of the While Sox, condition thus far this season, has far from satisfactory to Mana- ger CaMahan, is 111 of griippe. There is a possibility that the big fellow may be unable to set into real trim before the first of June. .647 .611) .503 .583 ,500 .433 .-100 .373 GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National Now York, .May oven, oil up (ho Esrlca with New York today taking tho last gnme, 3 to I. Mor- (juRrd hart ono liail Inning. Frorome pitched groat tall tar Cincinnati, Ilio Giants scoring tholr one rim In tho secoud. Tvhcit Htvzog lilt n homer. Cincinnati............ 3 a 2 Vork............ 1 2 Froniuie ami Clarke; Crondall ar.d Columbus Louisville Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee Minneapolis St. Pcwl Toledo Association w. P.O. .550 .543 .M3 j ,500 ,433 International 19 Ualtiinore 13 BuSalo Providence Montreal Rochester Jersey City Toroato P.O. .655 .632 .585 -55S .445 .439 .100 .3C8 MAKKS RASUAIj KILLING Philadelphia, Mny iVuderui, who had not mndo n bit since last Sat- urclay, his doublet in tbe nlvith inning defeated Now VorJt, turned a Bhut-oiit for Plilladclphta in- to s. victory over St. Louis by maktnR a homo run with two men out, and a man on third Uaso in tho sovcnih Inn- ibe final score bei'ng 3 to 1. St, Louis............ 1 3 1 PlsfladQlnWa.......... 3 7 0 Steele and Geycr, Win go; Alomn- der and Dooln, Western Canada Calgarr 2 0 Saskatoon 3 1 Rcgina 3 3 Medicine Hat 3 3 Moose ..j l 4 Edmonton 0 2 W. L. P.O. 1.000 .750 .600 .500 .290 .000 REPEAT APTBH MANY YEARS Boston, May P.--In defeating Pitts- burg, f> to 4 today, Boaion mado it four strnlsht. It Is many years since the local club won four straight games from any team. IMllsburg.............. -i 9 I 3oBton ,v........... fi 11 2 Camnltz, Iloliloson and Slmop; les and a slng'o produced oiily ono Cblcagro B Brooklyn J. 7 6 ij Pierce, Humphreys a Archer; Slack, Curtis and Miller. S 4 American ERROR AND F1BLD1XQ Chicago, Mny mnrte It Ibroe tlralght irom AVuslilngton to- day by bunching lilts with errors nml OnlHn'e wHdnesfi. Scott holtl tlio vJsl- tora to tivo hltBj only two of which Troro bunched, Washtngtou........., 1 G 4 Chlcngo 6 5 I Eugte, GQlllft and Ainsmtth; Scolt and Easlelcry. BROKE! GAME IN RlOtlTII Clovefnnd, May Hrst vic- tory or tho first WQsteni trip of tho lloston chnmpSons was won from Cleveland tattay, 3 to 1. With tlio SCCTO 1 to 1 In ihe eighth nnrt two Lewis singled, Gardner riouMml and Knglo bringing in tho Mug runa for Boston. Boston 3 13 0 Cleveland............ 1 7 0 O'Brien and Ubndlng, Baskette and O'Neill, Carlsch. TVOER8 EASY FOR HIGHLANDERS Dflroit, May not only failed to hit when needed, but ffoldetl miserably, and New York look Iho third game of tho series, 3 to 0. War- hop, whoso greatest ambition Is to beat Detroit, was taken, out oC tho box In tho third inning. Vord. went lo the Tftfcuo. Thereafter Detroit never threatened. New York............ 9 13 Z' Dotroit.............. 0 5 4 Warhop, Ford and Sweeney; Wilt- tett, -Searulock and Stanage. ATHLETICS TROUNCED St. Louis, Mny IxJuJs brcko Philadelpliia'p winning stienk today, beating tho Athletics 7 to 3. St. touts knocked Houck out of the box In the tlrst Innlngj and hit Wyckotf hard. Philadelphia.. 2 St. Louis.............. 7 8 2 TYyokoff, Houck and Thomas; Weil- man and iMeAloster. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES International TORONTO'S' HOPW Toronto, May 8. Toronto made, tl ree out of ton r from Newark today, when they won. the last game of the series, by 3 to ll It was Southpaw Hearne'R fourth successive victory. Hearne practically won Iho game in tbo second Inning, "when he scored two runs with a single. Newark.............. 1 9 n Toronto.............. 3 6 2 Shack and McCarthy; Hearno and Graham, Jersey City Buffalo...... Brandon and dowdy. Crisp; ..361 ..472 Frill and Baltimore............ 3 0 J Rochester............ g 0 2 Johnson, DonTorlh and Paine; Hughes, Keefe and, Blair. Only three games were played In Ihe Inteinnilonal Lcnguo yesterday. Association Minneapolis............ 2 8 Milwaukee............11 16 2 Patterson find Owens; Cutting End St. Paul.............. 8 a l Kansas City.......... 5 6 I Hleger and James; Seleitzcr and K rite he 11. Columbus............ 2 10 2 Louisville.............. 2 C Cole Smith; Laudormtlk and Clemens. 6 7 Toledo.......... IndianapollEs...... Collamoro a'nd LSvlngRlone; KaUer- ling nnj Clark. New Yorkers Ask Ulster Club for More Information-Rules Changed London, May royiil Ulster Yucbt club today retolveri n Jcisef from the Now York Yacht Club lug to Sir TliqtttflB Uptons' challenge t DA with Slmmrock IV., for ihu America's cup, In jvfifoli Jt fa stated that tho Now York Yndit club slnca 1902, 1ms nmUo radical changes In Ha By atom o( lucaBuremcnts and thnu allowance and Hi at Important ciiangcj aluo liai'o Ivoen In Ibo racing rules. Tli n letter continues; "'Ynur reference therefore to lha regulations of the last contest Ing tho present challenge lo rives certain you menu n chnllenev. tor n match Balled wJth or without time allowances, ami !f with time allowances, whether you propoao ft to IIQ untied uiuler tlio Now York Yacht club system of measurement and time and under res- ulalions or 1912, which tha Jest contest, hut ivhlrh tire not Jn force at present The letter concludes liy for Information OIL theso polnla, "na it la essential that our committee bo iu- forrr.ed of the specific nature of tho match proposed lielora U can lahu nny seilon on tho WJLLARO AND SMITH ARE DOWN TO HARD TRAINING Best of Heavyweight Crop Claih [n San Francisco on May San Francisco, May Gun- boat Smith and Jess WHIiird, heavy- weights, who clash In a 20-roiiml Ijout on Slay 17, got down to the hard grind of training today. WUlard ami' his trainers are working at the Seal Rocks House, while Smith baa pitch- ed his ctunp at San Rafaol. Smith no wtlgba but 300 pounds in liis fighting toga, only Right pounds over lifs fighting weight. Wfltard walglm 252 pounds tii street clotlus, and IB confronted by a lot of hard ivork to get down, lo his Hgbthig poundage. Western Canada GOOD FIELDING Medicine Hat. May Hat dronpeS the first of (lie series to ifcatoon today, by a -i-3 scoro. Man-1 ager Dunn did the mound work Tor tho locals, and was hit Freely, but' good fielding held tho rlstlors down. Score: Medicine Hat.......... a C 3 Saskatoon............ 4 8 2 Dunn and Trceh; Manning and Wal- ters. THBY IMPROVED May and Moose Jaw put ur> a much better argument tfrnn yeslard.iy. Southpaw Steel 'ctarteil off well for the Rohin HcoiSs, hut TVOS chaecft" lucky Buer pitched steadily for Another big crowd was in attend- ance, ground rules again being nerca- sary There n-0re fil'l flflniis- fliona. Bcoro: Moose Jaw nil Heor and Sakor'j and Moore. No ether H .Superior 20, Vi'lnnlyeg 2. Minneapolis 6, Virginia J. Unluth G, Grand 1." IS, St. Paul S. Canadian Hamilton IS, 5. Urantford 12, Potorlioro 4. Ottawa 10, norlln 3. St. Thomaa 10, London U, Seattle 8, Portland 3. Other games postponed on account of rain. Go to Robertson's BookStore for all your Sport- ing Goods Tan or We Give You a in any style, with a wearing quality that reduces your yearly shoe expense. Invest in more satis- faction than you have ever had for the money. SOLD BY L. Keel Oliver Block ;