Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Page fi THE LKTlfttRUiQE DAILt HERALD Tuesday, May 13, 1013 Rivers His First Choiw, Mc- 1 Farland Second and Murphy Third May Ritchie, tha cbiiapioi ot ti9 rvrM, Trill sign on ilw 15 to de- fend bis tlUo on July 4. This an- coanceceM rcace In messiea TWWiTed here yesterday by Billy KTEB, San Franciico from Billy Nolan, who li now la Spokane, with Hilcble. toSejrani trom NoUn to Kyne Is 43 "Beady to flo No oppen- birred. Lot tto jour best flat Will cloie the match by ilay to highest bidder. Seattle After Joe upon of tte Kyie wired Joe Rivers, h te City tocay, asltics him (or til ttnai to fight Ritchie. It the doea not want loo much he jet tho match, Hitcnla's end -Trill lie Jl 6.000. U tha mien Is ms.de the boat will In South San Franchoo. Chanca for Packey b tie boy I am after to meet said Kynt, "but It 1 cannot him 1 will jo after Paikey MoFfcrlwl In tie ovoat that McFSr- llsd iad Ritchie cannot agroa oa the Treijit, I EtHl have Tommy Mur to fall back upon. of course, If Mnrpby be tbe- ooy chosen, 1 Trill to giro RKeJile for bit end." I am not considering ONE-HOUND HOQAN KNOCKED OUT IN Mtdiocrc Jtney City Boxer Had tti Btit of Bout All Through Locdcn. May English nj Is now In full ard Incrwwd patrocaga Re- corded ths tei by Kine George Is giving the sport pop- ularity thin etor lefore, American ccntlcjent of owners. trainers aid joeteys are acilev- tnf coneMeraWa raccesa. Danny Mahpr, wii> baa bean the Itadbg Jociey hers (or yeftrr. s'.ill Is recognized EA the bo-raenian on race traces. He recently four In rjccesslon o-t of elx on one day's card. HE WAS DISCHARGED AS MANA-- QER FOR BEING IMPU- CATEO IN SHADY DEAL St. Louts, Mar St. Louis aie-lcao League baseball olub must pay JacV O'Connor tie amoum he wo-ild hare la salcry haO he not discbs.rged nanager. prior to tbs of tbo 1911 EEB son, A Jury in the Circuit Court deciil- ed night. O'Connor dented the testimony ol Sidney Cook, and Julias Oronehclm that thej- hal trom tte grandstands orerheard O'Connor give orders that enabled Napolecn La.lole, of tbe Cleve- team to Ue tba batticg averace of Ty Cobb for Eeasoa ol 1910. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National RUDOLPH PITCHED FOH BOSTON' Boston, May Ilos- toa's shortstop, American ATHLETICS FIELDED BETTER Chicago, May o'-rthit Philadelphia today, but the luck ol ihe gatne broke in favor ol the his brilliant playing today. His triple jors, lad the locals shut out 3 in the flith with nun on firs! and seoond, put the locals ahead, and his fielding kept liiiu there. The score was Boston 6, .St l.o'Jis 1. Hoslon was outiiit, hut liLdolph, roaJc Ins riehut for Roston, kept the ors' hits scAttert'd. Si. Louis............... 4 14 1 Oostc-a C ft 1 Sallee, Hornm and McCejn; Gcr- Rudolph and Whaling. PIRATES-LOSE CLOSE ONE to 0. Kussdl outpilcheii Bender, hut the fielding behind the -Indian more than overcame tbis, vhil? that bc- Iiind KuEscll was Philadelphia. 330 Chicago 0 C 2 Bender and Thomas; Russell, Smith and EC-talk. UHAXCE'S TRAM May by errors New York won to- WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE WESTERS fASADA EDMONTON'S FIRST WIN Kdmonton, -May 13. Tl.e Grey Ilirds won thfir frit gome ir. liie this v.lsfa tluy hand- tl.e Kegina Jirf-fns .1 tmiUc 11 to 2 beating. Outsldn ot the vhea the locals srorcj six runs on three hits, three cirots, Iwo stolen basss, a hase on bolls man hit br the it t eood t'il.ibition. 3 75 and Davidson; Spencer. 11 11 FELL DOWK Moose Jaw, May Moose defeated Jlrdicine !lat Southpaw was in toJay 6-3. great term day's gan'c 4 io 3. Philadelphia, Mar H.-S'liilafclphia'niore cffecdfc than Giegg, cicrpt in and a al defeated I'lllsbutg in 11 mints the 1th, two singles and a dou- bal, was lourhcd u day, six to fire. Lo'jcrl scored tte.-We scored Cleveland s (bice tuns- CJEht but altcr (llc fllst 1-0 run by tfarlung third iork.............. 1 5 ;ilcpl thfm well scattered. In the ini- IVilson tumbled his single and Cleveland 3 7 .n- j th u hd McConnell and Sweeney; Gregg and over lhf plalc bj Km ONel1- and ualfiite a base on tialls. N Her this. Steel was vciv tislit and conirs SACRIFICE: GAMK sltuck out njnc n.m. Detroit, an [nr (ije team nnj' wcnt along Ber.ding a sacriiice fly to Hyatt. May- er, who succeeded Mjora !n hild Pitlsburg sale, while O'Tools tcot Adams' place in the sixth 5 W 2 Philadelphia 6 12 S PRINCETON CREW VICTORIOUS In Eplte of Bad Start They Defeated Hirvard and University of Pennsylvania New HaTeai Conn., May ,8bufrave, of Jersey CHjr, kuoclied out Hogsn, Californii, In teill round ol loionud battla here tonlgbt. Shuprare bad tba ad- rantajs In all the rouadi. The nwn in at H5 JOHNNY 6RIFFITH PAL MOORE SKAOIO LAST NIQHT Twelve Fait it fith Outboxed Moore Akron, 0., May Grit- liib, tie featherweight, snd Pal ?-foore, of Philadelphia, boxed twelve last roundi hera nisht, Griffith to hare the of the flfht, Griffiltt'a blosra lasted more freely and he iras the more aggres- llTC. Cambrldfie; Mass, Mar Princeton Tigers Ebawed aquatic strength" and sfeiil today by Harvard and tne Uniroraltr of srJreinR in e miles dash down the Charles River basin. It ires a stern chase for the irln- ners most of the way, for their, start was a poor ose. until Pennsylvania nafi overhauled at the half-Kay mark by Harvard, and the shelli siyept nn- der Harvard bridge one J---- the course. Then the and they hat' to the good at tbe finfab. HISS MABEL Fcrmer champion Qdf player of Canada, who lives at St. John, N.'B., and it [s rumored, has commit- ted Euicid: at Milan, Italy. BASEBAILTABLES National Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago St. Louis Xew York rsoston Pittsburg Cincinnati W. L. P.O. 13 15 15 13 11 9 10 G S .631 .652 .577 .512 .503 .129 .MO .242 American STOVALL HAS SUPPORT OF. CHARLIE .COMISKEY St, Louis Club Manager Who Spat Reinstate- Chicago Louis ioston )elroit York Upon Umpire rr.ent Chicago. Jtay Stovall. Euspended manager.of tho 6L the sympithiPs of P'resident Cotnla'xey, of tha White Bos, in his endeavors to ohtaia reinstate- ment. H waB said that the. member; of the Cleveland team, against which St. Louis Teas playins when the man- ager ot the iattor spit upon Umpire guEon, will testify that xbe arbi- er's dselsloas, which aagered Stov- all, might well tba ire ot any player. SUSPENSION ON JACK BRITTON 18 RAISED "Different" Clothes 9'Wfien a man buys a tailot-marla mil he wanls an etclusivs fatric. Trial's precisely wriat he in Mile Atiire Clothes. 9 Reinforce the clever (attics by ftjle and smart individuaUailoi. intl you have u H 16 1L 1 10 8 1 17 L r.C. 5 .173 S .65? 7 .667 .593 .333 15 .385 13 .308 Buffalo International W. L 13 11 Baltimore 12 N'cuark................ 12 Rochester 10 Montreal 9 Toronto.............. 9 Jersey City 8 Adam-, O'Toole ar.d Kelly; Mcorfr. leyer and Dooin. MATTY AS OF OLD New YotV, May York tu-' _____ ay knocked Lew Richie out ol the ning struggle, marked batd hitting Hatters. ox in five innings ar.d won from the iwhen hits needed most. Uush 'Medicine naf, hill game all the nay and tiring the lmtn the sixth, when tho score in the eighth inning with four .Hohin Hoods made five singles in a hits produced three runs, De-jron. and neltcfl three luns. In the troit today defeated lioston 8 to !r.Cs.t'the Millers got tiiicc more on! in the second game of the sciies. Tbe (two dOODics and two singles. Daniels contest, as was yesterday's in- uiiss finished the game for the The Zenith Tan or Price 59.00 We Give Yon a in any style, vrith a wearing quality that reduces your yearly shoe expense. Invest in Cubs. score ivas o to 1. In ths broneht home the winning run in the ive innings Richie pitched, Sew York ninth wliea Coib sacrificed to lade ten tits. Matliewson pitched his Is. :suai strong game for N'ctv York, loldir.g the Cuhs to thiee hits.