Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, May IB, 1913 Intermediates Repeated Recent Performance of Seniors in Game With 'Seas the Overseas and the S. O.E. men on 'the football field, the is there tou, aud last night's intermediate match no excepiion to the rule- The Overseas agatanoa the toss and chose to have ihe help iif ihe wind while they were tosh. hpy coiEir.cnfcd work early in the "eame, and before five minutes elapseJ had a goal-to tbtir ere- dst. The Sons ocly plajicg with nice men, and bad difficullr in main- lining tfcrir line, but after the ap- jfarar.ce cf Vatelin and Pearson, be- settle doun to hard work, (loud team was impossible the -.vind hlowijig, ac.d clthvugb both teams doicg their utmost, no further tally was made Lotil r.eatU liie close of the half, uten netted the ball again for the after a good rush. As the Ksuit of a corner, -DaUel! dropped ihe ball rigiit in front ol goal, and Holbertoa headed an inch. Ths S-0 K. tried hard" to "break tl but ball-lime found the Over- seas lesdins by 2-Q. SECOND HALF S. 0- E.'S As might be expected, the tables wue turned in the stcorid period, ant the Overseas were practically pen ncd in the whole time, with the ex- ception ol one or two breakaways The SODS did not follow pp their ad vantage as well as they should havi dose or' they yrould have at leas1 doubled the score. As it was the; ipacaged to pull crea, Wearer am Draper each scoring after preit; work. Taking the game through, the SOD shpyjd have won, although there wa not much to pick between the twc tearns." Curiously enough, the scoring ws a repetition of the S.O.E.-Oversea senior match last TteeV, when th Kngliihrnea, do IT a by twu goals in the first half, playcd'vcU in the sec oad aad eyeaed-up- lo a.two-tw score. JACK O'BRIEN HAS 'FAITH INV PHOTEG Tells His Friends to Bel en MtCarro In Boiit With Gibbons Tonight PLAYING AGAINST TORONTO GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES American RED SOX SCORED 15 St. Louis, May The Uoston Reds batted ar.d Wells ill over the field todr.y, winning 15 to 4. Wood was unsteady, passing seven Alexander o3 tte iu tie I men. Boston scored four runs in the inning. Wonderful onc-lundiM isecoad. In the. third Speaker's borne 1 catches by and in jraa, a bit batsman, a single ami two jearlier innings saved several rtinsjercou Letted tlirec more for Bos- National DROVE ALMX. OFF MOO'D Philadelphia, Maj ral- lies in the sisth -jr.i seifath innings enabled Philadelphia to driest Chi- c.-.so today 6 to 5 The visitors against the locals. ClUCAgO.............. S 10 i Pltiladelphip............ 6 U 0 Overall and Archer; Aleiauder. RUpy atd Dooln. WAGXER HEAT GIANTS Xew York, Mar' 15. Pittsburg, uith Wanner starring at the tiat and in the field, tic f'tst jaice of series from the Giants today 1 to 3. Demacee was Vnccled out of the box in two Wiltse al- o hit hard..KoMasoa pitched a ne game fur PittshiUj, an frror by lessor core its-two" ru.is uperbly and made tv.o singles and a home run in fire times up. 7 11 2 :ew York 271 Robinson aad Simmons; Den'aree, and lleyeri, llarjey. Cheered for. now heckled by the fans, three Newark International ball players who played with Toronto in former ytars and were' idols of the Canadian team fans. Last v-eek they all appeared with Newark and played a gal nit the Toronto team. Such are the vicissitudes of the pivfcsslonal ball player. Jess Willard and Gunboat Sniith Mix Tomorrow New Tori, N.Y., May phla Jack O'Brien, fs looking a ttr Ihe aliairs of Jack McCarron, tb raiddleirclgbt', Is EetdioE wo to hia friends' in' Ihfs city to have a bet when he metis Mike Gibbons in their ten-round at the Garden Athletic club tonight. ia in'great right hand Is perfectly well again, and en (hat account i ezpect to eee jtiira O'Brien. -She, Wanted Eggt Hungry <3Irl (one of a party of Inurisls'wbo have arrived late at a cour.lry cgga? JJnt youTve'got hens, haven't youi InnXeeper's hot they're all asleep. Hungry but can't you wafce Bla'tltr. -Unless eleventh-hour complications' develop the long-expected acd widely disputed twanty-round liatllf between Gunboat .Smith Willarfi, the two most talked ol white hope pros- pects "ol the sporting calcium at pres- will be staged before Coffroth's Sao Francisco club tomorrow after- noon. Thia contest Is especTally important in the eyes of ling fans, because the man who emerges vlctoricus "rill bo the- selected to meet Me- relgnlnK champion, Ib a title boat pitbtr in Frisco or in Los An- getes OD Julj" 4. On past performance3 Snikh Ia like- ly to "rule a decided favorite among the sporting element of the coast, be- cause the doaghty tailor's rlcj record ia more coneistenl and more Itnprea .Eire, than lhat of the Ions, lean giant from the Kaasas prairies Willard'G chief baiis for recogni- tion lies In the fact that he once gave MoCarty a hot ten-round argu- ment ia New York City In the days before Luther had won his title. Sonv critics went EO' far as to say lha V.'lllard clearly outclassed McCart) and lhat- in a longer bout Willard would surely have disposed of hi man.- The more conservative experts iu sKih a base on balls, a single ar.d home run counted thiee runs for Ihe visitors. Hoston bunched five hits vritb a Vase on balls atd an error in the niuth for five more. lioston St. Louis.........'. V.'cod and Xunoniakir; Weitman, Adams and 15 15 4 5 Warner fielded PLENTY OF HITS Btookhn, 3fay Brooklyn took a hard fought game St. Lo'Jis :otlay 8 to G. Both learns batted leavily, the visitors throning away many -runs by running suld. opened Brooklyn's second ianing with scratch hit, Daubert dVJMed aad CHANCE IX CHICAGO Chicago, May Chance, erstwhite "peerless leader" cf the York" to local National club, returned to Chi- caso today as manager of tf.fl Xen- York American, and opcr.td a tour- game series losing to Chicago 2 to 3. The game was a pitcher's bat- tle between Scolt aud STrhulti with the former having a shade. Schultt' wildness, coupled ;vilh daring base- running, aud S-.veeney's error, en- abled the locals to make three rues. Now York............ 273 BETTING WAS 9 TO YAMA AND ADAM BEDE FOLLOWED QUOTATIONS London. May Manchester Cup v'3s ruu today at Manchester or- Chicago Promoters See Great Financial Promise in Re- turn Match Montreal, May ten thousand dollar purse lor a return natch be- tween Constant I.e. Marln and Stuu- ishus VAysiko at mixed styles or at. catch-asVatch-can the toe hold torrcc! is a nice little uroposition put iip to the respective wrtstltrs by the officials o! the Globe A. C. ol Ciil- cao. Lack of esptriorice with ths toa hold is generally to have luSle-aud-a-hall course, and re- i teen tr.e cause ol Le Marin's undoing fi'jltcd ia the victory of tho favorite, in the recent clash with the- Pole at Leopold de llothschlld's four-year-old Chicago barring the- too hold or broun colt which started making a match at miscd stjles, 3 to C. C. Fiz Yaina.