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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETITBKIPGE DAILY HERALD IIS REP. Defeated in Fast En- counter in Pass Football League May a last ard (urlous game of football played here last Saturday afternoon between ihe ciack tcaas" from and Cclesan teara (cliampions cf the CioVs Nest football league) the lo- cals fully sustained their reputation by wallosjbs the Dellevue boys by a decisive score oE 5 to This -was the first game o! the tesson (or the Cols-man teara and the boys Tvere practically "soft" so to tpeaS.'b'jt they demonstrated to the large assembled that they taew the (tame throughly from A to z. In the nr-'t hal( Ihe Coleman team two goals f.crce en- counters on the campus, holding down their adversaries (o ose scc.-s. In the second half the Colftnan boy? se- cured three more scats, Trblle lie GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES Coivley, Ma> Cowlfj- tall run. earn went down to defeat before the iver team on Saturday night OD the Blvcr giounds in the Brit same ot tbe OUTFIELDER HUB NORTHERN Of Toronto Msple Leafs, whose heavy batting has been tne one bright spot In the many defeats of the Leafs. He was with Brooklyn last year. TESHEU: STEADY NECESSARY Sew York, May YorX easily defeated Chicago here today, S to 2. Tooey. the first Chicago ptch- cr, went well for two but the champions hi! him frcel> later. Keulbach, who finished for Chicago, was hammerid harder thai bli. pro- lor New York r. wide, bsit was steady iu .'je pinches. Chicago 3.63 S 13 1 Bresnaban Tcsreau ncd Meyers. iilca'J. BASEBULITMLES American MULLKX WAS WEAK Miy Boston toda> ,nocked Mullen from the box iu les than threcT Innings, and defeated Ue- troit. C to 1. Boston won the game i (he lirst inning. Speaker tripled i the third, and again in the sevenll and each' lime he scored or. a sacrlfic fly by Lewis. Boston G 3 Detroit l s O'llricn acd Cairigan; Mullin, LOST TO RIVER NINE [strict leasue. Tho score was some- what large, belce S. Tbe Cowley earn is something new In tlio line of baseball. It is a team wiih no I'itcl.- er. Kablcton lost the ;atno fer Cow ley in tho tuning )y dropping an easy .1y from Sros'th, ailowiag three runs to cross the plate. Gunn made tbo best Lit of the day, smashing a (our base bit but stopping at third. Isaacs, a recruit on the River team, good ball for Ms La Bile; first base, J. 1-a Brie; eecond. Alexander; third, Smstbe; shortstop. Shepherd; led field. Isaacs; centre, 11. Easler'urook; right, Hoy E. Li Urle was In (bo bos for Saa Kraucisco, May U.-The or- .mitiiig taii ol an all- Amciicnn lrat-1 and field team lu Australia lieU r.bler >u3 place- in the bawls the 1'ai.iiic braccb ol ArnnuMn Anwteuc Athletic ajsrcla- lion, according to a letter Secretary Jauics K. Sullliau, oi the National organization. Invitations to jom the texn haio bfcu citccded lo A. Kivist, oi Nov.- York A. C one t.f world's __ _ gtratt-st distance runners, and Plate lio River and did good work. of (lie. New York A'.Uelta earns lined up as follows: Idub, ivho "as among tl.e first pluo 0. Could; piifher. wmllcr, at last games. EtiiU-rV ook. Catcher. Ralph Kaster- sprinter nnd a liurdtcr and pos- sibly a weight mau will selected later. Tlie- first meet in AuUalui is >-t for December 25. brook; pitcher. Forder; first, Snyiler; second, McDonald; third, McKay; .hortstop, Gunu; left, HoWnson; centre, Lustian; rigbl, Muriiock. Bruce Hodgson umpired In a very setislactory manner A Suffragette Argument Tbo rooster miKes the loudest In speaking ot paternal joys, ilut. not the het. we imniMj bej, ;ey, tieulbach a-d Archer and i.ake, Zauitock acd StaLagc and Hon- Eelievne teaia landed but one. Ing the score 5 ui 2 ID favur of the Coleraan lean. Both teams were icade up of old- time players, the majority of then having played the eicUing and fchil- iratioc game in the old countries. The Bellevcc boys -ere a smart, classy bunch of players, but were a trifle outgeneraled hy the Coleaan who outplayed and outweighed their rivals a wee bit and seenied to nnfierstW'u or-e another's plays better than the visitors did. Belm- give a line-up of the. two teams and their respective positions; Cclcinas-HX soal; S. Moore 'and J. MtCaulay, backs; "vY. Houghead, T. Jackson and J. Hunter, hfclf backs; H. Holmes, J. Emmerson A. Raston, J. Kellock aad W. Banks forw-rds. Usher, goal; J. Jepson and D. Button, backs; Miller, T. Dugaale and R. Dugdaie, halves; H. VarlEy, T. Sloan, R. O. Parker, i. March and A. Yavley. forwards. "Referee, Jas. Wilson, oi Fernle. The Coleman team meets the Blair- more fast team nest Saturday on the lucal grounds, called at G.30 o'clock. National w. Philsdelphti...... H Brooklyn. St. Louis Chicago..... New Ycrk Pittsburg........ 10 Boston.......... 9 Cincinnati r..... 6 15 14 15 12 U 6 S u 12 11 16 13 REDS TUB FALL GUYS May took their third straight from Cincinnati today, 0 'A Thf> visitors got a lead of three in their first two Inn- Ings by batting Allen bard, but Curtis blanked '.hem the rest of the way. a fell on Froamc's pitching In le second, secured siv. runs. Men -was eno-J2h to uln, but they nocked Fromrao out of the. box in he fifth. incinnati 3 S 1 rooUrn............... 3 Fromme. Uetts and Kling; Allen, urtis and Miller. American Philadelphia JJeycland ft'ashlngton Chicago St. Ixmis Boston Detroit T York 17 17 14 15 12 10 S 1 .355 .2SO .240 P.C. .C5I .635 .536 .400 P1RATE5 STILL LOSING PhilaiielpMa, May rest with its seventh straight defeat International Buffalo.......... 13 hrorindcace Newark..... Rochester Toronto...... Montreal Jersey City Clara Pritcbatd, aged 6, fas killed by an auto at Winnipeg. 11 11 13 11 10 9 S I'.C .51 .55 .55 .54 .50 .45 .42 .31 ANOTHER FROM YOKK Cleveland. York won from Cleveland, ,S to 5 today. >vhen Ihe locals went to rieccs in tbe sev- enth inning, and il'.owed four runs to come lri. Chapman's error and two singles tilled the Blacdtns rJssea Ford, and re- placed Blending, forced lu Mother by walking BanUl's. Stree' fanned, aid then catcher Carijch threw to right, trying to catch Lfanieis oil first base, two more runs coming in. Chase anu Jacltson each got three hits in lour imes at bat Nov.- York 6 11 Jleveland 5 Ford ar.d Sweeney Blandin, Jlit- n the East, when llngee won today's aras here fcr Philadelphia with a home run drhe into the left field leachE-rs io the eighth inning, thi> Inal score being 3 to 4. The %l5iiufs twica held the lead. and they tied the score in the eighth. Pittsauig 4 8 Philadelphia ....._........ 5 10 0 .'arnniu and oiinoos Sc.ilon, Aleiaudtr and Dooin. BOSTON1 DEFEATED Boston, May string of victories was broken today, when St. Louis trcn. 4 to 5- Peydue was effect- ive in all but one laniag, the fifth. Boston got two men on bases in the ninth with one out. but a pop fly nnd chell and Carisch. HOSTILITIES WFLL MINCED EL May Louis won n excUIug game from Washington tcday; 7 to 6. After St Louis had a five-run lead in the third inning, Washlnjion tied the score, owing to -KiWaess, and seme fine base running. St. Louts won out in the seventh on a single by Williams, P.rati's double, a on balls and Wallace's infield hit. Washington 6 St. Louis of Trousers FREE with every order for Suit or Overcoat strike out ended the game. St. Louis .........'............4 Boston 3 10 2 5 2 Association Vv'. L. Cashion, Engle, Gallia, Allrock and Ainsmith Williams, Hamilton and Agbew. Philadelphia-Chicago postponed on account of rain. Bay Co, Colun-.bus Indianapolis Kansas City Loviisvillo Milwaukee Minneapolis St. Paul Toledo 10 PHONE OEPT. U 14 13 )3 12 13 13 14 15 Western Canada L. Calgary........ 3 0 Saskatoon....... 4 2 Jaw....... 4 Rcglna.......... 4 4 Jledictac Hal..... 2 F. Edmonton....... 1 3 Northwestern P.C. I .565 .512 .53? .613 .500 .482 .400 GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES InteriKilional MONTREAL HAD ILL LUCK Moatreal, May beat Montrr-a! In the ninth today, Swacas' grounder, which took an awkward P.C. J.OOO .667 .656 .500 .250 ,'lVl bound, and soared over Cunningham's head, scoring Tooley with -what prov- ed to te the Tinning run, after two were out. Newark 6 II 1 5 3 Atchison and McCaitv McGraynor and Uurns. Lager Beers Drewry'i Ale per doz. Budweiter per doz. SoWitz per doz. LelKbridge Beer at Bretvery Prices Seattle Vancouver Sr-okane Tacoma..... Victoria Portland W. 1? 15 12 12 11 9 P.C .6K .652 .411 .420 .40 .331 Lea Oakland Ssn Fiandsco Portland Venice- Sacramento Pacific Coast W. L. 15 23 20 20 lf. 19 15 21 IS 21 20 P.C .108 .485 TOtlOXTO GOING UP Toroato, May made H three straight from Jersey City to- day by annexing a 5 to 2 Goullaa pissed two and hit ooo lo start the ninth, but the 'Skeetors fail- ed