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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Monday, May Wallace Wheeler Pitched Lethbridge and Killed Off Fifteen ng Swatsrhen Over Fan-Out Made Three of Runs Forepart of Game Opposing LOCALS WON THE GAME IN LAST TWO INNINGS Tba District League opened at War- ner on Saturday, Lethbridge being re tarred the winner br a score of 9 to 5. 5lrons pitching both Wheeler and featured the. game, 31 men fae- ries the air, Wheeler genius 15 to Ui credit and Berg an even dozen. Tha day was coM ana the diamond muddy, tut In spits of this both teams played snippy bill, Tvith weather good fast baseball may he looieJ for. Berg, pitching for Warner, had one bad incing, tho second, when the TlEltore bunc-ned five hits which, com- bined -with a base 01 netted five runs, Meyers driving in three of a two-hiEB smash to centre. Then for four innings Bers held his opponents icoreless, but again In the ?th and 8th he weakened and four more runs cinched the game. Wheel- lor Lslhhridge, got away to a bad ttart, Warner scoring three times in the, Srat innlnp, the first run being a more counted, pulling the same on he. The not tcore follows: AB It H PO A E Evaw, rf..... Meyers, Ib..... Wray, c...... Seidenbecher, ss Richards, 2b Moore, 3b J. Moore, It Stewart, cf...... 3 2 tomer tj Wagner. fat irirmed up Then the old boy had the Waraer- ites at his mercy all the way, the test they coald do was to get tiro more runs, one in tho second and one In the fourth. With mtn on bases Wheeler vas at his on sevtra' MEDICINE HAT CLUB WANTS CHANGE OR WILL QUIT Medicine Hat, Mar wire was tent to Prc-aldoat Frank Grey, of ihe Canada League, last night, to the effect Ibat the agree- nt which Ss lu existence would not Co, and that to have Medicine Hat ball club continue-as a and a parcel ol Iho league, a iic-w agreement must be made. The directors of the Ipeal club want a per cent split el games, and to give a guarantee of f25 a game and the other clubs a guarantee ot This avtiou was taken as a result of the meeting held here lite in the afternoon. It may mean that unless the agreement, or one similar, is laade thai the Hat's baseball season of 1313 will be a short cue. The present agreement Is a punk one, and that LcthbrlJgo did the wiso thing by staying out of the stew, U generally conceded hero, and all wish that Medicine Hat had followed suit. All, too, admit that it uas slipped over. ?rd the best way to do if a better agreement reached .j gel D'Jt with the least loss possible. This set-ins to be the n.alu idea of the directors. With tLo above agrcemeut they feel that they can go ahead, and with the continued good patronage cf the Hat fans, break the loss of a couple of thousand. With the agreement now In existence tec loss will be close, to ike five flgures. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE Saturday and Sunday Games Bijford. Wagner, 3b Btrg. p Graham, If Griffin. Ib Luker, c Grady, ct Ssyer, rl Score by innings- Letbbrldgo...... Warner....... AB R 1] PO A E 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 1 S 1 12 0 0 0 0 5 7 14 S 3 occasions striking out men to retire the side. a couple of The game was late in starting and It was agreed (o play until 5 o'clock to allow the visitors to catch their at tha eod of the eighth ro-jnd the game was called. It being; a few minutes after the hour agreed upon. The .Game in Detail Only three men faced Berg in Leth- brHgo's half of the Srst. In the War- ner balf'BIgford lanned and Wagner tit for four cushions, which brought cheer If the 100 or fans assemb- led. 'Then BCTFJ was given, a life, Gra- ham 5-lngled'to cenlro tnd GriBin Jammed-'one into left fleiii scoring taking third on the throw in. Simmons then slngled.over tiorl, scoring Graham. With one eosvn and two on bases I-uier popjei out and Grady fanned. Seldeobecher started the fireworks for Wheeler'i bunch In the second a scorching two-bagger to left Wheeler beat out a flow one to third; Richards singled over 2rst scoring Ssidenhecher, Wheeler laMng third G. Moore was safe when Wanner fried lo catch Wheeler at the plate on a slow hit ball. J. Moore struck oat aid Stewart followed Er.ins polled one through short ailing the Chief -Meyers then cleaned up with a timely two-base swat to centre struck out ending the inning. in the Warner bait fanned and Bigford went out, Richards lo (Meiers. With two out Wagner sing led io centre and on a slow return o the iall ircat to second. G. Moor biotel Berg's grounder and Seldcn oscher, recovering the ball, made a hoavo allowing Wagner lo icore -Graham fanned ending the inning. In the fourth Warner tied the score Sayer, first up, got a base on balls arii took Tthen Blgford hit to rigbl Wagner struck out. Berg was retire p.t first, Sayer scoring on the plaj After this Warner was never danger- ous. The score remained a tic tnlil the Eeventh when Lethbrldge shoved ecross two counters en a couple of -hits, a base on bdlla and an error, and again In the eighth when two hits, SeSden- hecher, Meyers, Luker; borne run, Wagner; struct out, by Wheeler 15, by Elrg 32; bases on balls, ofi Wheel- er 2, off Berg 2; hit by pitched ball, Simmons; wild pitch, Berg 2; stolen bases, Berg 2, Simmons, Stewart and RicLsrds. CANADIAN WRESTLER MADE A CLEAN-UP IN BOUTS AT SEATTLE Seattle, May Hatch, Canadian amateur welter- weight w reader, furnished a big surprise at the Pacific Northwest association ubam- pir-njhips, which were conclud- ed on SatLTday night Katch entered three classes, welter, middle and light heavyweight, and won all three titles. He thrtvt nine men, and not one stopped over four minutes. 'BASEBALL TABLES Philadelphia Brooklyn .Vow York St Louis Chicago Boston..... Pitlsburg I. Cincinnati National 15 IS 15 11 12 L. 7 9 12 14 15 14 17 M P.C. .636 .CG7 .515 .500 .500 .414 .2SC NOTICES CITY LEAGUE BASEBALL it Game of Schedule Tonight st Ball" Park The Y. M. C. A. aid While Sox base- all nines line up tonight for a game t B.15, at the ball park. The learns j-e In the City teague. OVERSEAS' TEAM For Tcmorrov; Night's- Macleod Here on Holiday The Oi erseai' team to meet the CaV lies tomorrow night at Ihe Ball Park PROGRESS OF PRIZE SHOOT Phibdclphia Washington Cleveland Chicago St. Louis Boston Detroit----- N'ew York Excellent scoring marks the com- letition for the Stevens Arms Co. gold watch fob at the Iccal traps. ;his prize competition has' bejn on or two week's now, the shooting tak- cg place each Wednesday. E. 0. Sticiley acd J. H. Welch have oi-jy missed oce bird in fiEfy ar.d are in the- lead for the priis. Qthsr sharp shooters are close behind and the shoot is certainly a keen one. The competition vrill run ovtr eight weeks and the fob, which will go to the ligh man, is valued at Here are the stores for the first and second weeks, Mi; 10 and 17 respectively 1st wk. 2r.d wk. T'l. American w. 19 17 10 L. 7 9 11 12 20 19 21 2t .033 .625 .412 .400 .323 National Saturday Gftmec GOOD BATTLE New York, May York ar.d Pittsburg played a 1 to 1 13-inuing lie game today. .The contest was a pitchers' battle, Tesreau and Cran- dall for New York, and Hendrix and Adams for Pittsburg. The visitors scored their tun in the fourth inning, when Miller "wafted, stole second and scored on Fletcher's-lumble ol soa's grounder. The locals tied it up in the ninth, when weakened. Fletcher, has made hits in his last nine times at bat, opened with a safe bunt and Doyle walked. Murray sacrificed acd Merkle's sac- rifice fly scored Fletcher. Neither Meyers nor Wagner got on base In five attempts each. New York.............. 1 6 2 PlttB'uurg............... 1 S 'J Twelve inntngs-tle: called darkness. Adams. Hendrix and Simon; Tcs- reau, Crandall and JAMES HOLDS CINQINNATI SAFE' Boston, May Ihe Bos- ton pitcher, held Cincinnati safe in all but one inning today, while the locals batted out a victory of 6 lo 2. The visitors threatened in the ninth, when, with two oul, Klmg as a pinch hitter doubled and James passed the next two men, but Mar- snville handled Becker's grounder cleanly and a force out ended the 261 mi and Buffalo Newark Baltlmoro Toronto ilochester Providlnce Montreal Jersey City International w. L. n 9 American Saturday Games WASHINGTON" DEFEATS TIGKRS Detroit, Mich., May 17.-Washing- ton hit salely when runs were r.fcded and defeated Detroit by 5 to 2. Cobb and Milan, base-running riv- als, had a great battle. Milan reach- ed first base safely the first three times up and stole second cleanly on each occasion. In the second Cohb stole alter Henry's throw io Wil- liams caught him of! first, fu the eighth he went from second to third while most of the members of tl.c Was'jingtoti team were disputing a vision at the plate. aihlngton'............ 610 1 Groom and Henry; Hall, Klawlttcr id Rondeau. nncnvNS WIN FROM HED sox St. Loiiis, May Louis woa last game from the Bostons today, to a. Hamilton pitched an cicpl- nt game for St. Louis. With air- ght support he have shut oston.out. oaion'............... 2 7 1 Louis 472 O'Brien and 'Carrlgan; Hamilton nd Agnew. MOOSK JAW IX HAKD LUCK Medicine Hat, May 16 -Medicine Hat look two games from Moose Jaw oil Saturday, the first A wall- away 11 to 1, and the second 4 to 1, The visitors were most unfortunate on this trip. Simmons, their best pitcher, left them as they were about to board the tram at Moose Jaw. la Satur- day's first game two ol their twirl- ers were so wild that they only last- ed en inning aad two-thirds, and Catther Moose was sent in. A conplo ol Innings later Manager Weed while at bat was heancd by Pitcher Linil and had to leave the game. He was unable to play in. the second. the eighth inning ol the second game stmfcd, the Hat led 4 to -1- Moose Jaw got three singles scored two runs, Norton being held on Utst. lie tried to steal, and in sliding to the bag dislocated his ankle, and it is thought that one of the small bones is broken. He will be out ol the game lor at least a month. The game was not finished and tlieiscore was put back to even innings, First Moose Jaw Medicine Hat it 4 lo 1. ar.d 1 11 Moore James and Whaling; Clarke. A. H. Stafiord V. E. Green J. Gler.istcr J. 11. Muir Dr. Courtice P. A stool I A. King H. Piling 21 23 2i 21 23 25 16 22 22 23 19 21 21 23 -17 14 12 13 ''12 12 12 13 15 14 P.C. .654 .566 .63 S .480 ,151 .462 .417 ,325 Brooklyn-3t. Louts: No game, wet grounds. Chicago-Philadelphia: No game, we grounds. There were no sched uled in National league. Association. Louisville IS Columbus....... 17 19 Indianapolis 13 Milwaukee....... 14 Minneapolis.....'. 13 SI. Paul........ 11 Toledo........ 11 L. 11 11 13 12 15 16 18 20 International TEN' THpUSAND AT GAME Toronto, Ma'y won a Itec-inrilng game from Baltimore to day, 3 to 2. Over ten thousand peopl .520 .379 .355 L. John Jameson Whiskey When .you DO drink Why not drink the BEST Hewitt; Patterson aad Home; auldwell, Shaw- and Bannerman; rowD, Gurr, Brennnn, Slmm am The players are requested to be at be ground at C.15 sharp. A meeting ot the eiecutive commit-69 of club will bo held in the Y. 1. C. A after, the team practice on Vedneeday evening next. All officers re requested to lurn out to this neeting. The Overseas have arranged for the facleod Football Club fo be the on Saturday next (Victoria "he Macleod boys have a very strong earn year, and will ensure a real fjssle. Look out for later an-ouDcemenls as to ot starting, tc. Keep this jama In view for the 0. 3t 25 43 J J. H Welch 21 25 43 A small practice shoot took place Saturday, iho three high scores were: Jas. Olenistcr 20 E. Green 21 E. 0. SlkUcy 21 the Butts SHOOTING SATUHDAY Lelbbridje Rifle aiioclallon held one of Its most successful shoots of tho season on Saturday afternoon, under perfect wealher conditions. The scoring showed a marked Improvement, owing to the members gelling used to thp w rllles and sights, especially the younger All members arc earnestly requested to lurn out for the neat shoal, Saturday, as the flret shoot of Ihe Canadian Kifie kague ii held on May 31. Spcon fhoola will also be held In the near future. Scores on Saturday; 200 500 CCO yds jda Total Pitlard 31 33 32- 06 Hryans 30 33 31 64 Dlvldson 31 31 31 53 Carlson ___ VI 30 2S 30 Err.ery 30 32 57 SD .MacLeod. 33 27 27 S7 Collins 28 3D 24 82 Andrews 23 2S 22 71 Uigh 25 24 25 72 Kayncs 23 21 22 CO Skelton 21 14 55 Bell 16 IS Kcss 21 J7 SOME FOOTBALL BATTLE Callles and Overseas Mett Tomorrow Night In Laague Garr.e The Overseas and Callles will pro-ride the fun in the. second senior soc-c-er game, tomorrow night at the Ath-etic grounds. Tho Callles make their first appearance tb's seaion In a league game, but have been training hard, and ehould appear In the pink of condition. There It no doubt thai It will be a hard-fojgbt game, and well worth 21 J7 Northern Minneapolis Wlnom............ H Superior............. 12 Duluth.............. 11 Winnipeg.......... H St. Paul Grand Forks Virginia 5 .S .552 i 8 -MO .500 .550 .178 .435 ,S 9 12 13 15 15 .250 .423 Northwestern raw the struggle. Score: Baltimore.............. 2 13 Toronto............... 3 9 Shawfeey and Egan; Maxwell an Grabam. A SHUT-OUT Montreal, May pass to Allen his sltal and Gllhooley's single In Ih tenth, save Montreal the only run o the game today, with Jersey Cit; Score: Jersey City............ 00 Jontreal............... 1 5 Davis and Sullivan; Mason ai 3urns. Buffalo 3 3 2 5 Fallen, Welder af.d Lalonge Sim ,nd Onslow. L. P.O. Seattle -2 -7.10 Vancouver 16 12 .671 Tacoma............ 10 17 -485 13 18 .419 Portland...... 11 10 -M7 Spokane.............. 13 15 Pacific Coast w. L. r.c. Rochester 'eWdrk............ Kcefc and JacMifsch Gaskill and Higgins. Los Angeles Oakland..... San Francisco Venice...... Portland..... 26 22 23 21 IS 17 .COS .612 .500 .477 .462 .436 LACROSSE AT COAST ENDED IN SQUABBLE Vancouver, May tliC teal old fashion variety was spectacle at Athletic 1'ark Saturda) when V. A. A. C. and Victoria clash- ed In toe firs', game of the season' series in the amateur league. Tli raalch ended in a very sorry raanr.c! ilowser, Steel and Troch. Second Moose Jaw 1 Medicine Hat............. 1 llossback and Moore Hurley Bliss. 7 -4 11 n LisU 4 3 5 0 and CLEVELAND STOPS THE LEADERS Cleveland, May eas- y defeated Philadelphia 7 to 3 to- ay, Kahlcr cutpitcliing the lour .tchers used by Mack. Had not Joe ackson been purposely passed three .mes the Cleveland score might ave been'larger. Two of Ihoso limes acVson's walk filled the bases, and time Ryan tailed to produce a it. Cleveland............. 6 13 1 'hlladelphta............ 3 6 2 Kahler and O'Neil; Peanock, 'aff and Lapp. 2 5 Hutchison, Second Rochester Newark........... Qumn and filalr Carty. Sunday Games City........... Montreal......'........ In licll and Mc- I) SCOHE Chicago, May made it three stralght'irom' New York' today, leating Hie- visitors on Chance day, to 3. Pitcher Mussel! was in fine crm ar.d aside from the first and ast innings was almost invincible. New York 3 C 3 Chicago C 11 0 Keating, Klepter ar.d Sweeney; flus- cell and Scbalk, Sunday Games DESBRVED A SHUT-OUT Sf. Louis, Msy MItcnell pitched ateadi ball, while his team- mates fielded sensationally, and but for the fumbling in Iho final Inning would have shut out Bocton today Score: Poston............... 1 8 4 St. Louis 0 10 2 Bedlent, liall and Carrlgan; Mit- chell and Agnew. BENDER SAVED ATI1LKTICS Cleveland, Ohio, May phia, aod Cleveland broke even on the first series, the visitors winning to- day's gams, 4 !o 2. Wyckolf, who started for Philadelphia, was driven from the mound In Iho second, bul Bender wenl In and saved the game. Score: Cloi eland............ 2 8 3 Philadelphia........... 10 2 Sleen and O'Neill: Wyckoff, Ben- der and Lapp. BROK13 HONORS EVES' Calgary, May even break was the result of the double hcadfr staged by the Red Sor and the Bron- chos on Saturday. Bill Hulen's trito took their first and only game ol the series in the afternoon, Rankin pilch- ing a good game, but being given very poor support, so poor in fact that Hie Bronchos came within one of nosing out a victory. The score was 9 to S. .In Ihe evening the Bron- chos pounded Talilerro out of tfce box alter scoring six runs in the. first innicg and Ilien completed Ib: massacre ol scaling six more oR Barney Barr.stcad. Frink pitched a splendid game. First liegina 994 Calgaiy.................. 8 10 5 Rankin and Davidson Meyers and Heche. Second licglna................ 3 5 1 Calgary................... 12 15 0 Taliferro and Baker Frink and Roche. TOOK ONE APIECE Edmonton, May and Kdruonton broke even on a double header today. The visitors won the afternoon same 10 to 5, while Claj- ton twirled the Birds to victory in the evening 8 to 3. First game- Saskatoon 10 9 2 Edmonton 5 Ss 6 Collins, Culcnlord and Walters Schultz and Spencer. Second game- Saskatoon -a 1 Edmonton 8112 1 Cullins acd Walters Claj ton aid Stark. Association Saturday Louisville S Minneapolis 3 7 13 3 8 Mc-Hale and Roth; McGraynor and Madden. Newark 1 71 Rochester............ 6 12 2 Schack, Lee and McCaity Mat- tern and Williams. Columbus S St. Paul -1 Indianapolis 1 Kansas City 5 Toledo 11 Milwaukee 1 Sunday Gamei Milwaukee 3 51) Toledo 1 70 EASTERN CANADA FOOTBALL GAMES JOHNSON WILD BUT WON Detroit, May Johnson won ninth ilratght game of Iho season tcday, when Washington do- caltd Delroit, 2 lo I, In a Ihrllllnc Iruggle. Johnson- allowed but live 1U-. Ho grew wild anil unsteady on cvcral occasions, tut pulled himself and pitched a wonderful Score: Vashlngton............_2 3 I 5 5 Johnson nnd Smith; Xamlock, Lako, JIcKec. Montreal, Ma IS.-ln the inter- provincial professional soccer leajue The dope that was In clrcu- lalloa lo the- effect that G'jn- beat Smith sr.d Jess Willard 'j