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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page G THE LETIIBRinGE DAILY IIEKALP. Thursday, May First Game at Warner Satur- Here on 24th clay- Tiie schedule conwiUre of the dis- trict "baseball comprising 1 etlibridte, cm! Maclroii, has issued oi prunes for U.e ap- I liroval of the clubs The league will j. upeif Saturday al Warner, j liavc the Lqtiibridge club Iherc as visitors. The Crst fau-.e here will be oa Wednesday, Mai 31: Mac'.ecdvm be the "opponents of Wallate Wlieeltr's local pels. Warner is scheduled iu loci up with -Macleod at Macltod on l.eie'in the evenini; with Whejler's letinue- Lethbridge will play tv.o taiiM on the. lhc> :our-: ilcy to Mackod and play in thi olierncoa, return'ng on the local, j-r.tiKd for the game with Warnir m evening. Ilc-re is the schedule ol games Lctbbridge at 17; ,'une 7 and 5 and 19: August and 16. l.ethbrl-Jec at 21 (at- titnoor.1: June .1 acd 10: July 1 (af- August S, 13 ar.d Warner at 21th, June C and 13; July .HI (afternoon o.- and IS; August S'acd !9. Warner al 23; June B and 12; July 3 and 17; Aususl 3 and 2S. Macleod at 21 June 4 11; July 1 (afternoon o I HAS WALTER JOHNSON MADE NEW RECORD? 'ashiriaton's Phenomenal Twirl- er Pitched Fifty-six Innings Yathout Bslr.g Stored On S'_ Lo'jlJ. May St. bascbail of tbs American League toJaj eniled Pitcher Johnson's string of eonsecu- the iccreless wlt'j one ruu Ir. the fourth fnnlns Added to previous total ot K 2-3 in> the three at.d one-third !_n- lugs that the Washington rain pitclicd toiiy. made his total 06. the best acbievenent claimed for White, of the- Cliicafo As official reports show Whke io h.i'.ebeen scored en by Cleveland, on tenitcr 1534 (the year in it Is said he ir-3da his tonlg-t as- Ol'KXIXG OF BASEBALL SEASON IN TORONTO serted thil tbe Washington star had a new nark. The re- cord said to baie heen :nids by Coombs, of Ibeil'hllaSelphla Am- ericans In 1010, -vtas 53 1-3. Comprises Twenty-four Games tnd Includes Four Teams-- Starts Monday Another Good Football Tilt in the Pass-Enthusiastic Crowd Saw the Game GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National American AN' ERHATIC CiAME Xcw York, May Wild pitching, rd hlttioi; t errors COISB COM1NT. HACK Detroit, May ll.-Kdjar WiHetl, the (meat same pitched Lero 'llillu flilllul; i.------ U.llllHi, mt. ILIKT3V I both sides produced a weird at'lhls season, todaj' heid t' the polo grounds today, New hits, a triple and a singe and defeating Chieajo 14 to 11. It WAS :v'Detroit won t to 1. ojb s Hit ng ste-s.iw aflair almost from the start. The visitots got a long lead m the when they hit Marquard lor and base-running helfcd prc-dtce Uc- troit's tallies iu the fourth anil sitta and l.carh's double in ihe eolith both Vitt acd Craw- two'singles, a ilouble and a hoius brought home run. New York sot three cfl Chancy ford. in their half, .icJ tbe Chicago's got lloslra their five runs lead back iu sec--Detroit >nd. Cheney went to pieces in the] Utdient, Foster and Cady 1 3 1 4 10 3 Willett o. second halt and tilled the bases with none out. Before retired the side the Giants scored four runs. Lavender was wild throughout, afsine; ir.fn and hitting and LONtl STRUfSCI.K Clcu-lnml, May 14.-After i strUKyle. the last came ol the. others. Though Marquard was h series was call- hard he remained in the Account of darkness, with tho _f mpire Klein put Manaser McOraw g{ wts_ each ol which scored a run, Siitcen chances came lo C'napnmn, each ol Ivhich he accepted without error. Manager Chance -was driven from the 14 some adjusting. The city baseball league iliew up their schedule o! games last night at a meeting at the Y.M.C.A., the on- line being called for nest Mondav the and the Y.M C.A. Twenty-lour June 4 a-d 11; July 1 unernoon u games arc included in the schedule, ni'ehti "s and 25: August 6, 13 and 2' which closes Aug. 15. The games will M.cieod ar Warner-May 31; plajed al the ball park m the -1 "rd 25' Ji-'T 4, IS and August evenings, coronicr.cms at C.30, and .a 13' nominal adr.iission lee will be cnarg- forepart oi the schedule'ed. Four teams are in the league and Wto be OK. tbe games will play as fo.lows ward thj end of the season may need May fcor :s Slay is. I.ILL.. May I.I! C. vs. White Sol. May vs. Monarchs. Julie 2-Monarchs vs White Koi. Jute 9-1.H.C. vs Y.M.C.A. June Sol vs. Y.jI.O.A. Juie vs. I.I! C. June I.ILC. vs. White Sol. June C.A. vs Monarchs. June 27-Jlonarchs vs WMte Sox June 30-1.H C. vs. Y.M C.A. Jutv 4-Wr.ite KOI vs Y M.C.A. July vs. I.H.C. July 11-l.H.C. vs. White July C.A. Monarchs. July vs. Wutte Sox July -21-l-HC. vs. Y.M.C.A. July Eos Y M.C.. ,1'jiy 2S-Monarchs vs. I.ILC Uc. 1-----1 H.C. vs. White Sol Aug. vs. Monarchs vs White Sox. Aug. 15-l.H.C. vs. Y.M C.A. V. E. Oreen was hijli man at the last night. In the tv.o matches nroi'C bilus Of j pOSj.b.C ri 50 Ilany piliing second with T. Yuill James GUmster tie for I'.orots. Th; scores e. 'Ji -i Score 51 43 24 38 14 23 IG 29 Circen 11. 1'illing .las. Glenister Yuill...... A. King....... r. .Uiicrofl 1-1. 0. Sticlley (1. 11. Jluir K Msiks..... .1. McDr.nald Tiro, (jrecn IS 13 12 10 12 10 13 13 WHEN SIXTEEN THOUSAND FANS SAW THE GAME A conference of Kelley, Toronto, Umpire Mullen; anaaer Smith, Newark, Umpire New York acd Shortstop well of Chicago, oil the field, and fined Goode and Climcr each I Chicago 11 13 1 Sew York H IS -i Cheney, Lavender and Archer Mnr- quard, Ames and Meyers. DEFENCE UROKE DOWN Brooklyn, May 14.-UrooVlyn's de- fence went to pieces today and Cin- 'cinoati walked with a game that would have put ine locals in first place. scoic las 8 to 2, Brook- lyn leading up to the siith. fid. for protesting when hirJ stiiiie was called. Yew- York 2 12 leveJanrt 2 5 Kisher anrt Sweeney Slccn and O'Ncil...... WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE BASE BULL 6 U 0 Brookljn-..................... 71 Benton arid Clarke Allen, Stack anil Miller. i' PIRATES Hlt'OKE LOS1NO STREAK Philadelphia, I'a., May los ing streak which had reached seven STHAlfillT WIX SI. Louis, May won tho last game of the series from bt. .Louis-today .10- to 5. Walter Johnson started fc-r the visitors and beld- St. -Louis scoreless for. three and a third innings, making fifty-six scoreless innings he has pitched against .opposing teams. Today's vic- tory iras Johnson's ninth straight win. Only Uo runs hale been made oR him this season Levernz was mislead and Allison PRETTY" PITCHERS' BATTLE Edmonton, Mav H.-Edmonlon and Regina locked horns today in- the rattiest battle stajeil here this sea on, the Birds vrinnhig out by 4 t( It developed into a battle royal ic'tweea Burgess t'lajton, with lie local man having considerably Ihe best of it. lie he'il the Red So: io Uu nits, 5'rlick Out i.-.! did not issue a pass. The only run against him nas scored in the fifth ivlicn Hill singled, Williams hit Reddick, but Hedmor.d dropped tle- ball, missing an easy double play Hargrbvcs sacrificcil and advanced him to third and he scored a mom ent later on a wild pitch. Edmonton Huigess and Davidson; Clayton and Spencer. iv WON THE GAME MANDOT'S BODY IS WORTH TO MAN OF SCIENCE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE SUSPENDS SALARY LIMIT "Dr. Osier" of New York Makes Laro: Offer to New Orleans Light- _ Declines iome of the Teams Har.bicspped Thro-jgh Injury to Players and Can't Operate Vmh" It liuffalo, May The salary limit of the League was sus- per.dsd for ten dsjs at a meeting of pelting the first with a the league rnasr.afcs here ye'tcnlay.; lo center, but the The handicap under which some ol an uphill ga tbe clubs are operating because of In- to-it-lveness. jured players, ar.d Ihe impractka-1 Saskatoon slar.dard of their (earns without vlo-' latir.s tiic falary limit rules. rrsnU- .g t-d in Mil for today's meeting At- ter a day's discussion..the temporary suspension agreed upon. Another meelipg may be called or a mail may be taken to d'.clde aratr.d- merit thill be to the r.ilta. MATTY OUT FOR RECORD CliTisly Mathcwfon I.I out for Los Cat, May Mandol, the llghlweliht, has received an offer from Or. Oiler, ol New York, ol for his body, at ter dsalh, to be used In tbe interesl of science.' 'Osier" did not Jnlllah or audr-sB. Handol's friends loolea al tbe mat- ter as a hoax, bat the hover look Hie affair'strloiiEly. "You belong to a letter said, "that fa fas! ladlas ai athletes. Not ilneD tho (iajs c! "K'A" has Franco produced a fighter of jour. equal, and 1 am greatly Interested SnNorld's record In con-.ccu- sour 'development. 1 hereby asree lo' ivc iM'.r.r.s riving a on balls The last lin-.c he in the jox, he passed his lllh inning After the To vred Ibtn to Mil aid ceo Is very nice ac-1 very ihrlllin? .L ploaaaiH pfOBjjecl. that, it's tnie. To we-ii ar.d thtu lo hiil ar.d too; Tho butchCT and the grccer too Will alfo do a litiie Mlllr.g To ted and then to bill an3 coo Is very nlcp and very tiirlilirjg. An Excuse for Boastirg "'s he bracing a'jout ".Something else has ]u; done that ho could have cone to mm. bttlcr-" nov nvf-r tr> J2S.OOO, on coriditioa "that you make a will leaving me jour body upon rUalh, to be used for EClcn- trtlc purposes." Mar.oY.l read tbo missive over an1 over, scrntched his head, and slowly observed lhat Osier would have to look elswhere for his ENGLISH POLO TEAM ARRIVES Heir YoTk..Max English team thit IB to meet the Amerl- tan team In a series of matches for International trophy at Meadow Brook, Long in June, arrived on board the steamer Tiitei'iiiitional Buffalo Baltimore....... rovldence...... 12 A daring steal LouisullG Miluaukes Minneapolis St. Paul Toledo Western Canada at Ca'gary Anxiously SUNDAY SCHOOL BASEBALL Knox Sunday School Intermediate baieball team will play SI. Andrew's straight, was broken today by Hilts-, Levernz unslead and burg, Philadelphia hein'g defeated 7 1 was-lilt hard by the-visitors. to 2. The usilors hit the. delivery of relieved Johnscin in the r: Mayer anrt Nelson hard and were in was hit hard. danger only once alter tlie first.' .In the filth with the bases full and Uvc out Her.ilrii iorced in a run by giv. !ng Magee a1 fanned Cra' vath. I'lttshuig Philadelphia nnd was hit hard. Washington 10 13 I HI. Louis.............. 5 10 Johnson, Bofhling ar.d Lavernz, Aldsen and McAllister. llendm and Kelly; Mayer, Nelson, Benan and Room. IT WAS ALL DOSTOX -o Boston, May shut out SI Louis today to 0, Tyler holcl- ing the visitors to tour singles. Th: home players v.ere held scoreless un- til the fifth ir.ning, when a double, singles and an out netted them ''three runs. In tbe sixth Whaling's single, Tiler's second double, an er- ror by O'Leary and Connolly's hit Philadelphia and post- poned, wet grounds. lilllcresl. May football en- thusiasts of lllllcresi bad an enjoy. Able tlmo en Saturday, the loth Inst t when lllllcrest their first hraia IdTJo In the Crow's Nest Pass Left- iue and Incidentally outplayed their opponents to the tuna of three to ono. The weather was almost Idcsl ind. on ins to the showery weather had esperler.cea right up to ialo tho l-riday evening. ,-round was hi tho best condition. I Tho EJ'Jio coiniuenced at 4 30 In order :o allow the visitors to catch the evening train home. A largo crowd i.'cscnt at tbo slowly srtw in size during the Kress of tiie game until tbero mutt !me heen between four and five ilrecl suectators when the wblstlu blew for time. Ilocmer won the toss and elected to Wck down hill the wind anil sun In thrfr Pelrlo set _tho ball going ar.d the Wuo nr.d vailtu t once u.ade a dath towards t'io Icsrusr goal. The ball remained In lie Hosmer half lor Eomo few mm- ilcs, but the'vistturs ly be.ny kl.-k- ng chncgcJ the ccene of operallons o mid-field. Here the forwaida kept hn ball for a short lime, Hornier get- Ing ihe ball after some, pretiv head work on their left wing. Trujy ran down In flue styleyinlll they en- countered Mnrplcs. the Iflllrrebt rijb' back, who hid the bA amons tko borne' team's fonvnrd beforej llosmerltes had lime lev T.hal had hapiiencd. TiD Ulillcrest left wing ran tho ball up A within danserous distance of tho foal and. after a little pacing in the ceutre. Knowles -shot ike first goal ol Ihe Kame amid resounding cheers from both speclatorsfand lloamer, after kicking tried rushing tactics, but team's defence slopped preaches and before tho ti itamer gonl was again tfceateied. The visitors' defence clear but placed bull at thej fsft of L-en Adlim, who hli oiiportunlly linmeflialcly and th< HoEicer goalkeeper with a honr'sK shot. After this second goal Hi home team's supporters could bardlyj contain for joy, fieurcd that with their team KICMIIS up hill against sun and wind and do- ing stunts these, there was lit- ESTABL1SH TITLE tle chance of the victory being wrest- ed away duiins Ihe eeeonil half llosmer asain put the ball in mu- lion and lost ii at once, the blue white again closing in on the visit- ors' The Hosmer backs, how- hcd hy this time, got going ar.d the ball nwav among tntlr onn forwards. This tlmo Ibe Hos- mcrllcs showed tbdir excellent com- binallon and by dint rf passing free- gave Boston St. Louis Boston 2 Harmon, Willis and Wingo Tyler ami Elimination Bouts on in New York- Two Bouts Settled Last Night New York, -May first ser- lluu ,lllu _. les of clir.lioallon contests for the K were able to heat welterr.-elsht chamuionshlp was held milcrest hacks. Paton saved tonight, Young Abeam, ot New but the black and had the belter of Al. McCoy, of Brook-' i-..i lyn, through ten rounds. Young lllckey, of New York, outpointed Young McCartney, ol Philadelphia, In a bout of the same lengib. The sec- ond series will be held on May 2B. Cat-aiy. Ma of homo 'in the eighth inning by Fred Chick decided yesterday's game be- tween tie Bronchos awl the Saska- toon Quakers in favor of the latter by the score ol 5 to 1. The locals outbit the vicitors but wtrc not as crafty uhen on the. bas- GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES The locals started ol! with three runs in the Larry Piper Iiitcvnational BHANT PITCIIKU TOO LONG Toronto, May U City won 1'Pj tl.c final game