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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta .TlIE DAILY HERALH AIL THE LOCAL AND WOHLO'S FOREMOST EVENTS Monday, May 20, JQ12 LETHBRIDGE LOST FIRST LEAGUE GAME Taber Defeated Local Nine 8 to 6 m District Base ball League Fixture Pounded the Air Hard but Never- theless Outhit Taber Callies Change Line Up for Tomorrow Night's Game BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Results of Games I Standings Today National National 5-4 Brooklyn nrookljn oco OOJ OJO- G Ohlcngo ivu IOJ 5 ii ,'k'on Yoi Kent-aud Erwln: Cheney line] Arcli. Chicago Tiltsbiirg 12-5 Philadelphia [Philadelphia Doston St. Louie Brooklyn Taber Twirler Had Sixteen Team a Home Run to its and Lee the Heavy Moore Saved Lethbndge From Rout and threatening clouds it was again decreed ty that Taber should triumph over. Lethbridge on the bat- tlefield of sport. Saturday the Leth- bridlc and Taber teams plajed their in the Southern -Alberta Baseball League at Taber, and the Tllesilay evening will see the second act :of the City 11ague, aud looking over the line-up of the rcspcc- tive learns, the Overseas and the tallies, promises to pro- as good a battle as (ho lirst. The ('allies arc making a few changes on their team will have Jack Smith once again on their, defence. McMil- lan will be played at right half in place of Glenn; who takes Clemcntson's place at centre forward. The Overseas have also a'strong bunch, aad their debut in this season's -J> league will he watched with great interest! Tire game is called for OO, with J. Gurr as reiorcc. There is no doubt that the crowd willbe almost as big as last Tuesday's, and a good fast match will be wit- sent it far and high over Campbell's j I head In centre. He walked home'lK83 tne score in the fifth. He SUNDAY GAMES 6-2 Brooklyn Chicago 2 Brookhn ro 000 0 31 Kansas Citv C. Smith, Lavender, Marouey andfst. Paul Needham; nagoii and Phelpa Milwaukc i 4-3 Cincinnati Loujsvllio. Xeiv Vork .000 300 000 3 10 1 Cincinnati 001 100 MO I 12 1 Ames and Myers: Suggs .mid Me- Leau 32 st Louis St Louis, 001 OiO S 1 Philadelphia 010 100 000-J b j I Spokane Association 21 IS 15 15 13 12 11 WO 12 .647 13 .681 IS I ,4Sn 19 .441 433 414 .364 17 n TIGERS WON'T PLAY BALL WITHOUT COBB Johnson is Not Disposed to Treat With Players-To Build New Team MARKETS LETHiRIDOE MARKFTS Iho pilins nuoted foi (he larlom (ommoilltles In 0111 icpoit ou last Sat mdays local market ,ireiail there being no change I nrgo uuaii tlliOB o[ CHllfoiiila oranges HIP .uiii- iug wuelilj, anil arc being sold at J3 cents jter doxeii. Greou .11 e a triflo scaioe today, with no change lii prices Northwestern Vancoinei is Harmon nnd Wingo; Dooin. Brennan Seattle 14 1-1 Io Hi IS .483 .43 .419 I Cleveland 'New, York !h Moore fol.oned with to second -_ri p.... foul popup and camo in on scratch on 4l the triple -vnd a scratch to his credit, sixth but he was destined to get no had a grand chance, to add to his farther than second The seventh 10-7 Cleveland 003 020 14 000 301 7 IS 3 Central International _ nine from the southern tropolls bv S to 6 Considering the upect of the lye-ither the croud that, turned out to >M the engagement a gr chance, to add t0 his farther than second The seventl: might be termed good and thejlaurels now nere tno tho one for Lethbndge ended their way homeward at the on thl! One Ws K00-1 ashfte the one j uuu w ,mu nii-i _ ,._, 1U ror Taber, but Taber gathered m four runs In their lucky spasm while end of the fraj it Tilth a proud and jubilant for Taber delights in handing a defeat to Lethbridge Although Taber'carried the Brew ery trophy last season in the District League Lethbridge defeated the cham- pions both on their own grounds and in Lethbridgc. These were the onlv lossee that Taher suffered and it look cd mighty good to them Saturday at Taber.to see Letlibridge succumb Mayor Pitched Frit-Ball The' occasion was made auspicious by the. presence of Mayor Douglas, of Taber, who pitched lhe iirsi pal the popular Pete Hammer be hind the bat doing the receiving Then the game was on It was an encounter between two TV ell matched teams, aud had the in vadeis pitching depaitment delivered the goods in the beginning as thej did in the end there probably would bjien a different tsle to tell Slick Meven, who Taber last season fell victim to on tuo occanion! sUrt ed the firing for Lethbridge but he dlda't across with his nsua stuff it ras seen at the outset tha Slick not m form but improve ment wai looked for It nas the op posing batter who improied and not Slicks arm, and in the third inning Taber s, king sticker, Roj Lee, landed on one of his shoots for a clean home run This gave pep and confidence to-the other Taber iwatijnen, a'nd in the next inning they plajed haioc with the assortment dished up to them A hit, a -fumble and three hits in a row netted four runs for Taber, and then Josh Moore was called to the slab to help Lethbridge out of a hole Josh was equal to the occa lion He stepped into the breach and stopped the enemj ingtauter and from then on Lethbridge forced the on the bases One of his good wal I lops TVOUW haie tied the store, but it not to be, he struck out Seidenbecher's and home runs were the spectacular incidents of th game, along Pulley's three-has Lethbridge accumulated three in theirs. LOOK AT THAT PILL, QdfMQ, Siidenbeektr hit the ball a mile and bad Taber guessing to keep the advantage lien Mooie stepped Into the box the score was 7 to 1 Lethbridgc, and at the end of the seventh the lead was cut down 7 to In thi, inning; geidenbecKw beat a hit to the inlleid, stole second and ramc in from that station on a dribble to snort by Ernns It onlj a player of Seidenbecher i speed could do It, and at that It was close call In the play to the mate El ana -nas enabled to pijrloin a march ind took and jcored on Pnl had bounder to th.ort which was ntt handled clean Oeo Moore bit to flnt base went after it, Pnlloi but and all went safe neit up, fanned, but Stewart followed with a nice double and Loth' bridge chances looked extremely rosj hut Geo Moore failed to respect the of Farar's throwing arm in left field, he tried to score but was caught at the plate It was a close with two down in the hit which scored Moore in the fifth, but the biggest man on Held was Taber's pitcher To him and to nis worthy Lee behind the must be given the Out of tie twenty seven batteis who freed the Taber slant artist, suteen vver struck out Quite phenomena] pel for the initial game in col weather Some idea as to hovv muc the other players of the Taber teaa figured in the game might be by noting that Tiber's flrst baseman had onlj four put outs in the game while the catcher bad eighteen one of was credited on a foul flv and another on a put out ai, the plate Lethbridge the Tabei fielders little to do For the great majontv ry. A Strong Nine Lethbridge had one of; the strong est nines on the field that has i ever left this town are all hitters of the weightv order and selected for their fielding 'ability too. But 11 wis the same old story that has de Jtated Lethbridge without ie pitching department went wrong. The local club's have always relied too much upon their fielding and batting lowers Lethbridge Out to: Capt: Seidenbeckcr says that the weak spots have been located and her will be strengthened up inimed atelv w ith good liard practice We re going right after the champion hip this veai Wove got the ma enal right here to wH ill it needs the bringing out aud :vvhen that s done you can depend on Lethbridge orag said the living ULCitiimii; Mitchell and Easterly: Quinu am: Sn collet 2-1 Chicago Chicago 000 101 274 Boston 001 000 Is 1 Beuz and Kuhn; Benedict and Car- rigan. 24-2 .philadephia 4 0 Philadelphia. .302 OS4 25 .1 Travcrs and McGuire and Invin; Coombs, Brawn, and Lapp. 8-3.. St. Louis St. Louis .000 S 1." 0 000 120 351 Supeiior Duluth Winnipeg Grand Forks S3 7oO -400 .000 WESTERN CAN. LEAGUE Calgary Mmoiiton 3assano led Deer THE.STANDING .700 .500 .333 Lake and Stephens; Hughs and Hen International Baltimore 14, Buffalo 9. Baltimore 11, Buffalo 5. Jersey Citj 7 Rochestei 6 Rochester 7, Jersey ..City 5. J'rovidence 5, Toronto 0. Toronto 5, Providence 5. Newark Newark 2 Calgary Won Two Caigars, Maj weathei man tried-his best to put a crimp in the Bionchos winning ttreak ou Sat urday, but was unsuccessful for two five inning games were sandwichevl M he arrival here of Frank Naviii, resident of the Dclruit.'cluli, fuctlicc evelopmciits are expected today in ;e exlraordinnry. baseball situation rought about by the strike ot an mcriun 1 caguc team T he game heiliilcd for 'today between I'hilii- dulpliia ami Detroit has-beBii postpon- ed and if time is no settlement the game scheduled be- tween the "Tigers" ami WnshiuKtou in t-hc national capital will also bo played at another there is np settlement of tiouble toda> ot ton'orrovv, steps will be, taken, acconling to Mr. Johnson, to put a team in the field ti> reprc- .sent flic Detroit- team. .Johnson says.it will be a. good one, hut he declines. ,to say from vvhatx source players will be drawn. It is prob- able, however, at a special meeting of the American League called for tpiuorrovv in this cit-y-each of the club owners will help Air. Navin to put together a new team. Hugh Jen- nings, it is understood, has agreed to manage the hew combination. Accord- ing to Johnson, all Detroit players who refused to. play ball last Satur- ilaj ale suspendei1 UP TO DETROIT MANAGEMENT MONDAY'S GRAIN MARKET WinnipeD M.n wheat mar- tots open aud close- were; open May, old lay luly October Close July Ex. No. July 1 Feed, Jlay I Mi} Juh Cash Prices 1 NoKhem Northern Northern No No. No No. 4 No. o N'O. i; No. 2 C. No. :t C. W Ex.. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Minneapolis Wheat May........ U21. they either struck out or hit safelj The score ihovn Lethbridge with jethbridge faber eidenbecher, 3b J. Moore, 2b, p Bvans, ef ulley, c Moore, ss Green. If Stewart, rf 'Dine, Ib, 2b n Ib 010 010 12 .012 400 S AS R H PO A 5 2 2 .0 3 4 3 4 2 2 7 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 .6 1. 6. 0 .37 C 12 24 10 Changed positions In the fourth A. Lee, c R. Lee, Ib Farar. If Campbell, cf Judson.vSb Duggan, 2b Graj, p Leper, rf Mendenning, ss AB R H PO A E 0 IS 30 S S 27 4 Summarj Bises on balls, off MCV ers 2, off Moore 1, off Crej 4, hit bi )itcher. Green Stewart Leth, Leper, Tabei, struck out, bv Mejers J bj Moore 1, by Gray Ib two-base hits J Moore Pullev, Stewart, Movers, eth, Qiij, Lepei, Tahei three base lit, Pullev, Leth home runs Seidon becher, Leth, R Lee Taber, time at ;amo, 1 iS, umpire, Spud Murphy of Macleod Association Minneapolis G Milwaukee 0 Kansas Citv 5 St one hits belmc noticeable in the score 'I he majority of one in this Central International Duliith 10; Grand Forks S. )iiluth 11; Grand Forks 2, Vlunlpeg S; Superior 2. Superior 3, Winnipeg 2 BULLETINS CALLIES TEAM FOR CANADIAN WINS ENGLISH MARATHON London, May o, Cor- kerey, Canadian, eaully Marathon from Wind to Stamford Bridge, in 2 4 IT auvunns. v There were 32 itarters Cor kery kept hfmaelf fn reiene fey several fifteen miles he was and 4 ond at and (hen ran a- way from the real hii in mortment of peculidr twliter> twelve. hltj lo.Tabsr'i eight. Tiber's hits came at a more. opportune time, especially. in 'the., fourth when they garnered four of their tallies. Lethbrjoge Wtll bntlge got three men on the Jases in the first Innlngi but failed to score Moore and got a lhe ba" ?or Sunday School Ball Teams Play on the 24th Moore hid bien" "t'nVng purloin second base A stellar catch by In right saved Tiber With PUlle? on "oor, hit fly between cenlie right runnisg srMLr of ball, putting the ilde down The vleitorj flr.t run M0reil by Oretn In the (omlng home on tvobtte hit Jo.h Moore The opening baseball games in .Sumlaj fchool Uhletif Lcayip will ah" phce between the following learns ictom Dat morning St Ovpuan's is Patricks at scliool ground's ciiurcn vs.-Wesley cniircn at Barracks grounds. lU-ifiij.nstcr is Second Baptiit on grounds rear of Baptist church. The games will ho called at ten o'clock It is to be hoped that Urge attendances will greet the joiing people In their initial games anil rn couraw Uis form of TOMORROW NIGHT The follottiiii is the Callle lineup or Tuesday's game against.the Over eas Afcli.tjre Bannermau and T Smith UcMilIen, ,md Bren nan Olner ind Liunlng Glen Ten ant. and HIcMurtrie. Resones iMlight Anderson anJ Colliei The above players will be at the dressing, room at the foot of Round street, not later tlmn: "C.15 Tuesdas night. locals had depaitment The locals used their bingles m bunches Barney Barnstead was tight In the pinches. Score: Calgarj lot 252 Red Deer 010 1 4 i Standrldge and Pandson, Manning ana Bliss. I-iiening ginie Calgary Red Deer Barnatead and and Bliss 451 1 020 4'10 2 Davi-dson; Baxter Edmonton Wpn and Tied With Bas sano j Edmonton Sfaj 13 took the first of a double-header ag ainst Ba sano Satin da> afternoon and broke even in the second. In the matme-e performance Thelan of Brandon last yeai, was .batted out of the box In the fifth and Manager Chestj I replied In the eienlng game ivlnch was the best exhibition of ball seen here this season, Gluten and Hajes, both in excellent shape, weie on the mound ind the contest was largely a pitcher's battle.' This was (he, first evening function I hat has gone the full nine innings before dark Score j First game Welnholt: Thelan, to: the heads, of these clubs to look after, their own club's he "Well, I see ne probably arc said one of the Detroit plavers as he met some ot. his com- rades in. the corridor-of the hiiiel "Tigers.'.' are staing. Play- ers, however, did not appear to fear that feature of the case senoitblj Mi Johnson declares plajus must re'lurn io the ball field or a new team Mill he organized1 before Cohb's case. ivill be taken up Son e ol tne Detroit p'ase s are iceeiMiig letters and tele- grams offeiing them places on teams, principally independents or so-called outlaw oigiimzations Tf no settle inenl 01 the present (rouble ii reach ed, of the Detroit men are m laior o[ making a barnstorming tour All players who signed the telcsram sent Mr Johnson last nick an- nounced ei as slill firm in their stand. Wl.JO. WILL- RUN' IT Philadelphia, Pa 20 un said aitei ho left Mr Johnson 'J hale been m the American lea gue foi ten and hope to be in forlcn i cars more It is now a q les tion whether club aic to run the leagues or plains arc to tun it' Rifle Men Have Big Plans For Victoria Day at the Butts The" members of..the Rifle associa- tion are looking forward with a gre.it, deal of interest to the Victoria Dav competition at on Mav 21th. Last .Saturday- afternoon 'a .large attendance of members were on hami w lltll ruuiltl-i in uit- immition were used up bj tie miks men, who evinced a lively interest in the respective scores made. Tho. wind as usual at the dOil vaids iang.e w is ircakisli and this intpriircd with the shooting Somewhat I cumpititinn for the vinous ou I ndiv wxi is eipected to brmj; out boiiic ixcrl lent scoring Ou UcilnesiUv aitei noon next al two o'cldLk aiiolhtr practice shoot will take place and those intending to lie pres.cn! air re to notifv the secretarv, S 1 Chivcrall at the rifle-galleries, Fifth street. r.mgs and thcj went to the hole Vmn was joined Manager Jen when, the Sinking Detroit nlajcrs aic quarteicil Immedialclj there was i conference which ma> last for oral bolus Heinrich and 'ox and Morrow Second game: 'dnionton 000 090 2 Bassano 010 000 S (1 OVERSEAS FOOJBALL CLUB 1 he following team will Ihe Overseas Football, club In the rirst league game tomoiiow igains the Callies Kick on" at 6 30 p m Siimnei Pat) rson, Home, Cand well, Mullen Halkerston; Brembridge Brennan, Slmni, 'Cameron. Reserves, Wheelan. Cllibb, Joyce. All pliijeis aio requested to be the on tne ground at lili sharp Referee .Mr. J. Burr. The Elite Cigar Store Adjoining Morris Theatre Huve Just received i conilgnment of Prince Albert Smoking Columbu lacing season commenc-8 ou Saturdaj, June 29 when the first meeting or the yeru at Minora Park Vancouier ulil be held under the auspices of the British Col umbia Ihoroughbrcd association Dyment's Colt Won King's Plate at Toronto Toronto The fifty third King's Plate at the Ontario Jockey Club meet this afternoon, went to the the good coll, of the Dymtnt stables this being the .third time that lhe -Barde stable has had thai, honor. The opened with fine iveather, the cionjs gathered latei in the day. did not become threateninR. until after the run nhile the rain held ;intll the last race. Their llpyal Highimsses, theTnnke of Connaughr, (he Duchess and Princess rs equipment GKADEKS, FHE8XOS, WHJ5BL AND DRAU- SORAPEBS, OONOEETE OABTS WHEEL BAKRtfWS, OHA IS HOISTS. DEE RICKS AND FITTINGS LONDON CONCRETE 31AOHIXERT The Western Supply Equipment Co., Ltd. Pati-Icia, attended iji alnU, Another fntereBl'kig .feature of the lay was the preaemijejn UIQ stand of, Charles UttlefielC aged 78, who rode tho winning horse fcn the first plate 53 years" ago. Hlg son is now truln-er for the Seafinam. stables. The daj's card evcelleiit one and close finishes were in brdor. As ifj pla> od oirites 01 second choices home im the majority of the events, the prujos in the Pan j Mntuels ueie VCTJ sbjoit, and the bet ting public had to putf. up with imall return on their Phont 1CM4 312-4th Strtet, South. EDMONTON. MAfl PRESIDENT NOW John Dewar, of Kdnipnton, has been chosen president of tho Western Oan.Kla League, succeeding, Freddie Johnson, of Calgary. is well recommended for his ;