Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDGE >AIJLY jiAif iiJ, to III., May leaped from thirty-eighth place thirteenth among the American lea- gue baiters last week, according to averages published here today. "Detroit star has a percentage o Cobb, Brooklyn, .3M; Lobert, Philadelphia, .364: Ualton. Brooklyn. Evers. i lioston, .340. Philadelphia1 leads the j clubs iu with nn. average has Catcher Simon of St. Louis who taken the ,ead, batting at a rate Then, in the first dozen, come Campbell, luaimiarxfe ,117; NORTH LETHBRIDGE UNITED F.C. All players of the above club are requested to meet at headquarters to- night nl 7.45 p.m. prompt. The team to go against the Cfillies tomorrow'night will be composed as Frier and Xess; Hryce, VTdeSi'Te'aMe0 bautre" are'ted 'by j Tennant, and cjnyton. 305 and Brooklyn is npst with i follows: "-trey Wood, Cleveland. .41-; Crawford, De- troit, .408: E. Foster, Washington. .397- -Ijelivelt Cleveland. .340; Wil- liam's, St. C. Louis, .333; Barry, Philadelphia. .352: Demmitt. Chicago, .384; Shotten, St. Louis .320; Burns, Detroit, .318: Me- Jn'nis. Philadelphia. .810. Philadelphia leads in club batting, with .259, anil Cleveland is next with .250. Turner of Cleveland is leading base stealer, with 11 to his credit. Phelan in National ,-Art Phelan of Chicago and Beals Pittsburg, '..417: Haufofd. Buffalo, .390: Crandnll, St. Louis, .8SS: Wick Bell, Kenedy and Ram- say. CITY FOOTBA4-L LEAGUE There will be an urgent meeting j Crandall, St. Louis, .SS9: Wick- There wfil ue an ursem land'. Chicago, .387: Laporte. Indian- the City Football league at the 1 .M. St Louis with .268. on Friday evening, at S o clock. Pittsburgh ;witl. .267.-load the There is considerable Important bnsi- pnitimnre nnii Me- i ness to transact, and each club is re th fci -lead tiie inuit, is of 'Baltimore and Me- ness to transact, and each club is re- to Imve a representative and Doolaii Kcchnie of Indianapolis, are ahead quested in stolen bases, with six each. Battihs at n .505 rate, John Titus, Knusas City.veteran; is on lop iu the American association. Kansas "rt" j there on time. WESLEY S.S. BASEBALL PRACTICE American association. isansas tin, with 291 -and Minneapolis, with .261, At seven p.m. this he in- lead in club batting, and Barbeau of i tennediates, who attend .S. New market, England, May 18. The Newmarket Stakes, for thfee- year-olds, S12.500, one mile and a quarter, was won here today by tho odds-on favorite; Lord Londonderry's chestnut colt Corcyfa, by Polvmelns who started at 4 to 1 oil. His Majesty's Breukshear, 20 to 1, was second, and Sir E. Cassel's Hapsburs, 10 to Five van. the others being Son-in-Law, 10 to 1, ami White Prophet, 20 to 1. Boston 1 6-1 PittBburg 1 1 (10 Rudolph and Whaling Cooper, and Gibson. Chicago-St. Louis, toe. colil. Only two' scheduled, AMERICAN THE TETnARCH SCRATCHED May. is officially an- nounced that Sir. D. McCnlmont's The Tetrarch, the autumn favorite, be scratched for the Derby. St. Louis 0 S 7 Boston 7; 5 0 llnunigardncr, .Manning and Agncw; Jenkins, Foster and Thomas. Chicago'- 273 (Washington 3 10 2 j Benx and Kuhn Johnson aml.Hen- ry. Cleveland 13 1C 1 Philadelphia 484 Mitchell and Carisch Bert, Peu- nock, und Schand and Stingis. 'Detroit 1 10 0 New York 0 4 4 Covelcski and Staimgc Schullz, Colo and Swcenpy. Becker of Phlladelnhis, are tied for nine, first place in the National league, "Bi uting. and Barbeau of: ternieoiaies, in base stealing, with S, are renuested to turn out in full fnrco ior practice at the Barracks with .500 each. The nest ten are: Magee, Philadel- phia, .455; Gathers. St. Louis, .429: Snodgfass, Now York, .417; Byrne, u Cree, .'hitting the ball for an average of .120 since be joined Baltimore, is ahead In the Interna- tional league. -v Newark leads in club batting, xvith .287, and Baltimore is grounds. Any of Mr. Dobson's class are invited to come 'along. Bring your glove. Bnoagrass KOW iorH. Philadelphia, .450; Miller, Brooklyn ,j next witli .850. Get3 o, Newark is -.389; fiowdr. Boston, .371; Daubert, ahead in stolen bases, with BIG: FOOTBALL TILT AT ADAM'S PARK TO- MORROW NIGHT-CALLIES VS. N. L. U. The football game that the follow- ers of the .sport, have. patiently, for is scheduled to taie place tomorrow night at Adam's park. The Callies am! the. North Leth- hridge United are billed to come to- gether. The showing of these "two teims in the games that have been played has been ot about equal merit and' the rivalry is Veen. The, Callies will he out in their strength, and when they go into the game with their most earnest efforts they pre- sent, a, mighty front. MACKIN IN .SEARCH OF MOUND ARTIST At the organization meeting of the Lethbridge District League Baseball '.Mr Jennings wishes all toe boys of club, last week, it was left in the his class, Mr. Shantz's class and Mr. i hands of the executive comrnittee_ to .FEDERAL Pittsburg 572 Brooklyn '5 10 0 Called, darkness. Kneteer and Maxwell and Land. All .others, rain. 1 Brandon's class, to turn out at the ground tonight, also, at 7 p.m.. as he wishes tu line up a junior team for the S. S. league. the Lelhbridgc United estah- lished themselves strong in their game last week against the Over- i seas the test was not what might be i called a thorough one. Their real I worth will be tested tomorrow night and it they succeed. in holding the Callies, as many close o'uservers be- lieve they will, the hearts of the fol- lowers of the game here in general will be gladdened, for there will sure- ly be the best football rivalry ior city league honors that has yet oo- I tained here. SITUATION OF AFrAIRS" ENGtISH TEAM UNSATISFACTORY London, Mcy effort to induce S. Buckmaster to take over the responsibility for the polo team which is to go to the United States to compete for the Interna- tional Polo cup, was .nade'by Baron Wimborae..The attempt, however, ap-j pareikly was as it nounced after a conference that the j situation1 remained the same. The j Challenging team is incomniete> jnvius to the decision yesterday of Major C. P. Hunter, the .Sack, to withdraw from the combination, ou account of the Klness of his wife. OVERSEAS FOOTBALL CLU.B All players and members of the Ov- erseas Football club are particularly requested to turn out tonight for training at 7 p.m. prompt at the JL C. A. A practice game will ;be played on Friday Eight at 7 p.m. ;us the Barracks grounds. All players are urgently renuested to b'e on hand for this game.- The team to play ag- ainst'the S. 0. E. on Tuesday, May 19, he nicked after this game. Players 'will strip at the Y. M. C. A. for the practice on Friday. BASEBALL PRACTICE There will 'be practice of the Dis- trict league team baseball players to- night at the Ball Park. Every 'ball player in the city is welcome to at- tend, if jou have a bat, g'love, mask, chest protector, decker, i bring it along. SHAMROCK FOOTBALL CLUB All members of the Shamrock Fool- ball club are requested to meet at the Y31.C.A. for training tonight at S o'clock. elect a manager for the team. The selection at that time wiis a oig pro- blem, hut" the entrance of Johnny Maekin upon the scene has made things easy. Johnny is 'he unani- mous Choice of the executive commit- tee, and he has agreed to take hold 01 the reins of the club. He will start in tonight at the Bail Park during the practice to get the 'available talent in line that is in the I city, and lie has already written a'way for some pitching material. Johnny aims to give the rising generation of ball players in the city a chance to show their prowess. There is a lot i of young talent here who give great promise and under the tuition of Jawn they have the most excellent op-' portuuuity of making j A BASEBALL MATCH 1 Ths Knox City league team have arranged a practice game with the theatre hands for tomorrow night This promises to he a fast encounter, .so let there be a goodly number of fans on baud at the Barracks at li.80. SUNDAY BASEBALL Xntal, B.C., May Natal and Crow's Nest played a- game here yes- terday. The score was 21 to 5 in fav- or of the Crow's Nest. WESTERN CANADA HAT TEAM WINS Moose Javv, JMay hit- ting, by the Mad Hatters won the lirs't of a series here, 7 to 4. Con- cannon was ho mystery to, visitors. Carties got a Homer. Medicine Hat 7 12 4 Moose Jaw...................... 4 4 4 Martin and Bliss Concannon and Rcmmer. GAME LOST AT SHORT Regina, May Smith, the Red "Sox crack shortstop; blew up temporarily and lost the game .to the Quakers, although the Sox got 11 hits to the Quakers' 4. i Saskatoon 643 Regina 5 11 5 Collins, Cadreau and Wal- ters Ryan anil Synnett. i BROSKS .WIN Edmonton, May Bronte took the Second of the series by' 4 to 1- Devereaux.; the Bronks' manager, put Oil the grounds and fined for beefing. j 4 7 1 Edmonton 133 Kssselriug and Ryan; Stallcop and Leniieux. INTERNATIONAL Providence 5, Montreal -I No olhei games, rain AM. ASSOCIATION Cleveland 10, Minneapolis a. St. Paul 10, Ubluii'bus -I. Louisville (I, Kansas City 2. NORTHERN Vancouver 'A, Spokane 2. Tacoraa (i, Victoria ii, Portland 4, PACIFIC .CO AST Los Angeles -i, Sacramento 3. Venice 3, Portland 1. San Francisco 3, Oakland 0. CANADIAN All games rain. NATIONAL Ix Pet. Pittsburg...... 4 New York :BOO Philadelphia li .000 Cincinnati lit ,-U .471! SI. it 14 '.SHI Chicago S 13 .381 Boston 3 12 -300 AMERICAN Detroit........ Philadelphia Now York..... St. Louia...... Washington Chicago.. Boston....... Cleve'land W. 17 10 10 11 10 io L, 7 u. 11. P.O. .70S .WO .GOO .500 .421 .421 FEDERAL; L. Pet. Baltimore .................i 11 B .047 Indianapolis...... ,...H .8 -579 St. Louis................... -12 ".9: .571 Chicago...... 10 9 .526 Brooklyn.................... 7 8 '..187 BuHaV 8 10...4-14 Kansas Oils' l'1 Pittsburg .................I. 7 12 ..IBS- WESTERN CANADA Saskatoon..... Calgary....... Medicine Hat Regina....... Moose -law Edmonton..... P.O. .750 .1507 -.571 .375 .1.43 FAST MATCH IN SCHOOL BASEBALL LEAGUE The best game of the season was played yesterday :afternoon at the. barracks', grounds between' Robison s 1 school team and .the. Public school team, resulting in a victory for the former, to the. tune of ,6 to. 5. The score shows that tile game was close, but just-how close it was can- K.. score. Toc-High, school boys got away to a good start in tiie lirst'nnd scored three runs before-K. T. 'Stewart got his arm in shape. That was the last scoring they .did till the 6th, when i they brought iu- one more. j The game: stood 4-2 when i tho llc school caihe' to, hat in the Cth. Gillies weakened a li't'lle' and three I runs were shovcil across before the side was .retired. This put the Public ahead by one run. lit; the first o! the 7th Hobison was first up and hit a liner to short and only got to first on an error he stole second by tho skin of his teeth. Bonnell to bat, got a single, .chasing .Rphison to ..third anil sto'.e Green' made a nice i sacrifice and Robison got home and 'the game was "tieilr Gillies brought in Donneli with, a nice. hit. Sherlock popped to Cameron. The High was-one run to tlie good and the Public school to bat. Gillies, walked Jones, who stole second. Then CMliics tightened up and fanned F. C. Jennings and jlcllvena, with Jones on third. Jfohisou picked 6f( Urandow's hot liner and the game was done. Very few errors were made'- and both "pitchers got good' support. A shake-up In Rohlson's lirie-up put Vasclenck behind the where he cauKht a splendid game. Gillies pitched a good game and did not al- low anything harder than two hags and only one of those. C. E. Bfali- dow caught well as usual for Public. K. P. Stewart did not shew the form of last game. Line-up Robison, F.' Bonnell, G. Green, J.-Gillies, .C, Sherlock, 51. Vaselr.nek, C. Price, G. McKain, K. Maxwell. Richardson, C. Jones, F. 0. Jennings, H. Jlcllvena, C. E. Bramlow, V. P. Stewart, A. O. Cameron, D. Young. _ Score by jnniugs High ............................MO 001 public ..........................010 013 Gillies and Vasc- Irnek Public, Stewart and Brandow. Monroe. Time 1.35.