Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIUGE.DAILY HERALD Saturday, May 17, 1913 III WITH THE PITCHINO HAND OF THE BEST AMERICAN LEAGUE fITOHER Twelve-round Boul at Winnipeg Last Cham- pion Displayed Much Class JIaT YMsh, champion ol England, and challenger (or the world's cham- pionship, easily and in a decisive fa- shion, sewed a victory -oier Jaci Redmond, ot St. Paul, in a twelve- round bout here tonight. In the opening round showed up lalrly well, though nas- tmd from tie first. The Sfcocd saw Redmond clinging on for prott-ctioa. uid when the gong stepped the round .Vt'akh had liis man all but out. Welsh cut loose in the third round and fol- lowed up his opponent so strongly that Redmond's only hope, -was in th clinches. The lourth, fifth, sixth and .seventh rounds all Trent to tha'same way. Redmond to come back a little stronger in tie eighth but at to stage of tame dangerous. The ninth wit- nessed-tie oaly misjudged blows of .Welsh. The tenth md eUTifnih Redmofid rushing Eel a" clinch fcom Tvhich nothing but sheer force on. the part ol'tht referee could break. The twelfth Kt last round Welsh Braoth- his 'opponent with face and tody blows until. tHity seconds before rang. Redmond took the defensive in a clinch, which the- referee had difficul- ty in breaking. Popular opinion eas- ily gave the victory to Welsh' IN_F1NE FORM Welsh's head-and foot -'the feature, the 'steam his blows.since his last, appearance here has improved remarkably. Red- mond put up a game fight, hut his c! inches spoiled the effect. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National Fl.ETCH Ell A BEAR -Vew York, liar 16 hitting by tbe Giants and loose fielding hy Pittsbutg gave Xew Vori today's ame. 7 to 4. O'Toolc'h oOerinjs wero baited freely in the first two innues, and Le was hanf.Icapped by miserable support. Xlttchei's play- ing ivas the feature of the game. He mads tho first bfg four limes on sln- glia and'once wt.cn OTcoie threw wild on his sacrifice biut. He also, stole three bases. York 4 IS 7 11 American HIT OPPORTUNELY Dstroit, May le.-Detroit did not waste a base "hit today and defeated 5 to 3. The locals hit safely ir, only three innings and in these" three all of their runs were scored. took tho lead in tha flrit innir.g and held it until tbe sisth. Morgan brought la both ot Washington's runs. Hush was put out'of the game in tlie first by "Um- pire JMJicevy for disputin; a deci- him, OToole. Cooper and Kelly; Mstnew- son and Movers, Tnrlley. BROOKLYN" BEAT ST. LOUIS Brooklyn, ilav l.ouis got un early'lead oi three runs on Brook- lyn today but the locals camo up with z rush in the next file Innings batted their way to a six to five j 'victory. Cuishsw hurt i'l speed-j ing around the bases oa his home, i I retired. St. Louis............. 5 12 1 Brooklyn 6 14 3 Bailee. Wlllins, Gei? and Wlngo; Curtis and Miller. CHICAGO WAS EASY Philadelphia, May de- livery was easy for Philadelphia to- day and the'hoir.e team defeated Chi- cago 10-1. Hixey puuled the visitors j until play was resumed alter a ten intermission caused by rain sion. Louden, who replaced starred at hat and in the field. Washington............ 3 7 0 Detroit............... S 8 Hughes, Drohftn and Henry; Dubuc and Rondeau, COOPBH'S TIMELY DRIVE St. Louis, May won from St. Louis today 3 to 2. Both teams played, perfect ball ia the field and the pitching ot Collins and Haumgartncr was able. Cooper won for Boston in tbe filth with a long drive into tha right field bleachers, scoring Wagner and Carrigan ahead of him. St. Louis hit Collius hard in the second inning, scoring two. St. Louis.............. 3 8 Boston............... 2 S Collins and Carrigan; and Agnew. Walter Johnston, the. mighty speed-king of the Washington club, equalled the record for innings pitched conMculivsty without hli'opponenta a Kan. He fill dawn cf> Wednesday'jgalnit St. Louis injat the start, ol the eighth inning. tha fourth Had he got by in the fourth he would have a newj KveVs, was' in the filth hy and bis place was taken hy Chicago......'......... 4 12 .3 'hlladelphla 0 Toney and Archer; Rlxey and Klili- tht Chicago Americans alone, who pHchad 55 without allowing a score, nine years Johnston1 mark and then fell down. He !s credited winning the gams Wedntsday, though he was relieved in the box. j- i PLANS OF LOCAL TURF CLUB FOR BIG TIME VICTORIA Tte Lelhbridge Turl Club, which got away to a flying start a week ago last night, rounded the turn, completing tho first lap last night, when' the second meeting vras h-ld at which the committees reported. Oce week Irom ioday, the dean of the weather willing, the club will pass s under the wire lor its first race, for 5 on that date; Victoria Day, Hay 21, I the 'first race meeting of the new sporting organisation will In at the Eibibilion grounds. That the. s r.lub .will romp home a wiener without saying, lor the' enthusiasm displayed has been' contagious, and o besides adding many new day's sport is assured, and tho success oLUlit- day's entertainment will hoc- lar Ihe Club may go in the matter of matinees during the summer months. WELSH BOOKED FOR t FIGHT AT COAST 6 His Opponent Will Be Ray Campbell I Gc June 12 1 _J ___ Vancouver. May Freddie Welsh British lightweight champion, has been matched with Ray Campbell, the Seattle lightweight, for a fifteen-round, bout at the Stevenson, arena, near thlb clti, on Thursday Jane IS. Welsh KILBANE NOT CONCEDED CHANCE- AGAINST RIVERS Rut Champion Featherweight AlserU He Is Dead Anxious to Meet the Mexican Terror Los Angeles, May Kll- bane. champion featherweight, Ia champlcg at- Ihe bit because of. his enforced Idleness, ana is trying to get Joe Riyers Into the Vernon arena. Uncle Tom McCary cannot [Ind any- one, willing lo meet KJibana In his own class that'would: be a good draw- log card. 11 I can't ilgbt leathers, I can tho said Johnny. "Rivera during the week, the committees have IE the fellow I am alter. I whipped him once and held him safe foY twen- ty rounds the second llmo, and now I caq beat him again. If McCarly will match us I will agree to mate It a conteit. No Joking, I mean McCary Insists, however, that Kil- bans must bo dreacilpg. .TVlth Ibe improvement shown by Olivers, no one here gives Johnny a chinco -with him.. Hudson's Bay Co. PHONE DEPT. Lager Beers Ale per doz. Budwetar per doz, per doi. 12.00 n..-_ UUtbridfe Beer at BtWery Cincinnati-Boston postponed: rain. BEN'Z WAS A PUZZLE Chicago, May 16. Pitcher. Joe Beaz held the.' Highlanders at his mercy today, allowing the visitoru but three hies, while Chicago batter hockey than baseball and heloro crowd of less than fifty people, the 'ranches defeated the Hegina Red os in !he second game of the series onlgbl the score'0} 3 to 1. Wain- Tight was given good, support by he Bronchos, the visitors lail- d to bark- up A. Margraves, uho itched "a-good Jds.' Icgina Calgary game under great 9 1 PITCHED NO-HIT GAMK Medicine Hat, May 16. Medicine lai dropped a good game of ball to Vloose Jaw today, being shut oat b> who did cot allow the latlcrs a hit. It was tl.e best bram ball seen on the local lot this Eea on, and was wonderful, considering he cohl weather. la the first and third innings Nor hrup was .bad ar.d in both cases hat wo men OG hasps, hut was given ex cellent support, Brown pitched fie ball, i He 'walVrd one" in the secotic and a long single by scored the irsl run. In the eighth they fount lira for three hits, scoring the olhe: us. Medicine Hat 0 0 iloose Jaw 2 1 Brown ar.d Blisi; Northrup am Beard. GALAXY OF EHRORS Edmonton, Miy' 16. Saskatoc look the opening' game of the serit lere tonight from the locals by score o! 11 to 3. Dickinson did no twirl .such poor bail as the scar would indicate. He fanned six an most, ot the visitors' runs were du to the seven errors made behind him Saskatoon 11 13 3 8 Manning and Harper; Dickinson an Wilson. CLEVER OF MANIPULATOR THE IVORY BALLS ATHLETICS GOT TO OREGG Cleveland, May Greg hard, Philadelphia overtime Clovi land's early lead and iron 8 to i Brown was take-n out In the- firs Alter Philadelphia had taken ,th lead they scoreri 1 runs in the 7th. Mitchell then replaced Gregg and al- lowed but one hit thereafter. Philadelphia............ 8 7 2 Cleveland.............. 6 13 4 Brown, Houck, Bender and Thomas; reSB, Mitchell and Cflrisch. lin'ed "up a. fine program' ol racing for tho opening "meet. Three thousand people on the grounds on the 24th is their slogan, and indications now are that'Cardstoa, Magratn, Raymocd, Carman gay and Taber will all add to ihe crowd. Many people from tbe south towns will he present as tha C.P.R..bas practically decided that the Catdston train shall to back for that day, leaving Lethbridge at eight o'clock. .The council -baa granted the club the. use ol. tbe grounds loathe day, and for any other race meets which may be oB during the mer. _ Tbe'harness events are all "well fill- ed already." medicine. Hat hones could be got, for they are holding small meet la the Bonnet the lame- day. Hut McLaughlin, of High River, is likely to come along with a tiring ol runners. The running program has cot yet been arranged, but oce run- ning eunt will be. for locally owned horses only. The band ttt a rather Btif! figure lor their work, but arrange-. ments will be made to have on the job at the first meet of the club. Officials lor the day were appoint- ed as follow: Presiding E. Humphries. K. McOuire ar.d A. llamfon. Official Statler--B. B.'McCarljr. Time Hose, M. L. 1'eck, ar.d Alltn Jack. Manager ot n. Mul- bern. A. Smith. Tbe race program privileges wtro IT.-arderi ponies were here two years ago shen tit British team lost its sec- md match to tbe Americans. IJeforc the ponies weic put aboard i lighter tor their trip to Piping Hock tbey were examined by veter- narians. The caulked shoes worn duf: tl.e trip lo prevent slipping were removed today ar.d land footgear substituted by two expert horsc- loers brought along for tbe purpose. Tbe British army officers vho will ride in the international match at Meadow Brook are due here, this week on tho Oceanic. FOUGHT DRAW AT HAT Medlclno Hat. Hay Lucas and Ycung McDonald fought ten rounds to a draw here tonight. BASE BAH TABLES .117 Association Toledo............... 353 Kaneaa City............. S 6 .1 arapa and Kruger; Rhoades and O'- Concor. IxluUrlllo........'...... 2 iO 3 Milwaukee............ 6 10 0 Powell and Clemens; O'Dou'gber'.' ncd Hughes. Columbus Minneapolis postponed: wet grounds. Indianapolis St. Paul postponed: rain. Northern Winnipeg S, St. Paul 7. Minneapolis 3, Grand Forks 1. Olhtr games postponed on account ol tain. Northwestern Seattle 1, Vancouver'3.' Portland 3, Victoria 4. Tacorni 7, Spokane 3. Cantidlnn London 2, 0. Berlin 1, Hamilton 0. Otlawa-EranKotil: rain. St. Thomns-Peitrboro: rain! Boy Scout Each boy acout hunting, With love lor the gamo Immeiiie, That good, oW-fnfhlor.cd knvthole That Brows In tho baseball fence. r National w. L. P.C. Philadelphia IB- -7 .693 Brooklyn ,.........18 9 Xcir K 12 Chicago 15 ifi St. H U Pittsfurg........ 12 17 Boston. 10 Cincinnati t 19 American w. L, P.C. 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