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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Paee 6 THE LETITBRinGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday. May "20. It) 13 CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE IS ON IT'S WAY Y. M. C. A. Uncorked Whirl- wind Pitcher in Giarlton and Doubled Score on White Soi Hiting apparently tome from frigid regions tip Around Calgary, Old Man sauntered Into Lethbridge last evenltg and his 1912 dfcb'Jt to a SMtlerfnj of fans wbo wosld go to see a gamo If plartd In the Enow. It was the forual opaaics of tie City l-ejgus, tbe Y.SI.C.A. and Soi locking bores. Tho ball plnyed xrss r-o uiora brilliant than the weather it was interesting enough to raaie the fans ast for more and go sway tajicg It tbe City Lea Ece can keep it up, the ganiEs this year will b8 worth while. The tcore S-I, not so bad for a starter. of tbe old-ttaerd beard tbe call were on tbe diamond when tbo game was couldn't jtay EWty. Ibe White Sox are an aggregation of youngsters, "with a fe-r of tbe old boys liie Slick. Meyers tirown In BS ctiperones. They raske a good teara with a litlle more The "Y's" bad an entirely new iiae-up, and uncorked a i tener by tbe name ot Cbarlton. He plastered it sit over letting tbea dowa with five sv.ats, and retir las nine by the strike-out route. He wts rather inclined to be wild In resslons, but pulled out ot tight holes tnd flelfied position well, wording a track horse at seiscns o tbe pastime. Williams, a youngster hit often enough and the "Y's" ran oa Frey almoit at will, pur lolnins ten during lha tray. Tie bill played was not ragged ex cept In a couple at innings. Tbo So: ciarted the score boy counting "wit" three la the second, on a wild pitch E couple of fumbles, a couple of pass es and hit. In the fifth tbe idfled another, Meyers tripling an Reynolds llnin- ont a double. In tt. third they iera dange'rous'urben Mei ers donbled find Beardsley drew pass, bnt Reynolds poled one to rieh' McElyea doubling up Beardaley e first for a. double ,play. Tho "Y's" had a jamboree In oa innings, annexing a lucky 7. Sii bits s pass and en error were responaibh Jennings retired tbe side by cutlln Mc'ond on Stewart's doable. Tbe bnncb added another in the -slitti o two clean bits. Tlie score in detail: T. M. C. A. Soi T. M. C. A Cameron, is Ecartb, Ib NlcholECU, Jb Carley, If Jennings, cf Stewart, 3b 4 Cbarlton, p Bracdow, o AS R 4 1 3 0 3 2 4 1 3 '0 1 1 1 1 PO A 0 1 0 7. -1 0 0 MANY WOMEN BASEBALL FANS IN TORONTO Toronto Is tht ball town in the International league. The largest attendance last season was peo- ple. Although the Leafs" have not played brilliant tnll as yet this season, the fans are turning out as strong as ever. No less than 000 saw the first game in Toronto on the opening day. This Es a picture cf a recent big crowd. No'e the women fans. THEY MIX TONIGHT [his is the Date of tlie Willard-Smitli Picked to Defeat the Cowboy Pugilist Although Fifty Pounds Lighter; Has Greater Experience Wblte McPhee. 2b...... 4 Frey, c I Evaci, si Campbell. Ib Meyers, 3b Beardsley, cf Reynolds, 1( n. MoPhee, rf p 8? 8 13 21 It AB R H PO A E San Francisco, Cal., May boat Smltb and Jess Wlllard are ready tisir trial totjgbl In the beavy- "neight division, vritb prospects abead (or the winner to be matched for tte championship of tbe world against Luther McCartj-. Tbe tiller's experi- ence, lofcelher with bla kaorn ability to letd a telling pnncb, SiVts iounted in makiag him favorite, in tptte of ths fact that be Is giving away sometb tike fitly pounds to his husky cow- boy opponent. Smith will so into the Ting, wei ing around 1S2 pounds; Yv'illurd Up the at 236. r'itty dinarily la 2. gccd deal of a bindiOD. but in this Instance is EO much of a novice that it is not ox- pectcd his weight will count The match bas been bard to size up, because of the inexperience ot Wil- lard. Smith ought to win, because ot bis'greater but Willard may develop qulek thinkln? In emer Ecncles, or be may land some lucky blow that will put Gunboat oat. 27 4 5'20 10 4 out, cut second base. Summary: 3-base hit, Meyers; 2- base hitf, Meyers, Remolds, Stewart, BraDdorr; stolen bases, Frey, Campbill, Cameron, Scartb 2, Carter, Stewart 1, Cbarlton 3 Etrncis out, by Cnarlton by Will- lams on balls, off Cbarlton T, off Williams 2; umpires, Selden- bccVer and Mccarty. NOTES ON THE GAME They've come to cnlllng him "Dad" Brandow. Even at tbat the oM standby receiver was JiicVing them oH at iecond. holding the-n to tho eaclia, and ovsn stealing a him- telt. Elam Frey hasn't caugbt a ?arne tor five years. This to exp'aln tha ten burglaries. Green, tbe regular Sox re- ceiver, was on tbe Blck Hat. Willard does not stem to have work- ed out a good scheme ot protecting himself, 'when U coses to figbting in the clinches. Whether he can puneb and will stand punisbmeat'eannot be [earned until be is seen in tbe Ting His battles have not been ssch as to detinitely answer these problems. la tlie course of time Willard may develop into good championship ma- Chicago although there arc Indications lioston that be may bo too Muw when It St. Louis BOTILMES Rational w. i Philadelphia it Brooklyn IS York Chicago'......... .IV. Sf- Louis'... .'.-fr..-' Boslsn Prttsburg American Philadelphia Cleveland Washington 10 20 17 20 14 H P.C 7 .70 3 .67 12 .55 16 .48 15 AS 15 .42 IS .40 20' .31 L P.C S .70 GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES PHILLIES CI.KAXKU CUBS I'hiladelplua, May iade a clean sweep ol trio secies ot is with Chicago. Chicago got lead of three, rues by hitting Urcc- an and hittir.f; him bird in the first wo iauiags. In the thiril Philadel- bia piled up six runs on four hits ud three bases on balls oR er anil an error by 1'l.rlan. They Iso made good use ol their hits in be fourth ami sixth innjujs. fvladelyhia.............. 10 13 hirajo 4 8 Lavender ar.i Hooper Brccnau and Mliier. DKOOKLYX HEAT ST. 1.01'IS Brooklyn, Mar Brookljn St. Louis teams up t'ne eries with an eleven inning lattla oday, the locals making it thtcs ttaight 3 to I. Huckcr, started U (or Brooklyn, had to retire, lie will be out ol Ihe ganie lor several ays. Yingling, nho reliered him, wirled a sensational game. ?t. Louis 1 83 trooklyn.................. 3 Criner and McLean; Rut-Vet loller. CHAN'CK SI.Il'PKD OXtt OVER St. Louis, ilay York from St. Louis today S'to 6. Louis, it is said, will protest game lo President Johnson on St. the ac- count ol Manager CUance batting out ot his turn, in the eighth iutiing. St. Louis protested to Vmwire Hililbrand alter iirnicg, but he said it too late. CSmuce Ijatted for Fisher in the ciijhlh and grounded out. .he came up tiie second time he lat- 3 teit in Derrick's place singleii, 3 scoring two runs. Xcvv York S 13 4 St. I.uuis C 11 4 Fisher, McConncll and Sweeney; Agrien'. -conu snows OLD Detroit, May beld Pliil- ndclpbia hitless in all but the third and tigbth innings and Detroit took today's game. 9 to 3. Tlie Tigers hit and Hush hard, Cohb lead- Ing the assault with" three clean sin- s 0 gles. Detroit ran bases slraost at, and will, while Thomas nas behsr.d Iho [bal, acd be was relieved in the fourth by FOURTEEN' IXXIXtlS New York, May York Ue- eated the Pirates today in a hard i.v Lapn. Philadelphia Detroit........... Busli and ought U inning game 3 to 2. Cam- litz and Marqtiard engaged in a won- lett and Stanage. derful pitchers' duel, but toth gave way in estra innings to pinch hil- ers. The Giants won out in the ourtcertth when Hcrzog and Myers singled with one out. Wagner threw out Hrno2 at the plate on Wilson's but Duma1 long bit to lelt scored Cooper, wl'o ran tor .Myers. Pittslurj 3 13 5 Xew York...............'.. 3 92 ait Simon Mar- quard, Ames, Tesreau and Myers. _ WEST TEN 1XS1XOS Boston, May whoss home fun drive with three an hases in the ninth inning, helped Boslon tie the score, contributed to his team's defeat in the tenth, srht dropped Clarice's fly. Clar'ue scored oa Becker's single, Cincinnati win- ning 9 to S. Ciccianati apparently had the game won when Boston camo ilo bat in fire runs bcbind. 3 9 Thomas 10 1 Wit SHOULD HAVE SHUT OUT WASHINGTON' Cleveland, May Kalk enbirg won his eighth straight vie fory today at expense ol Wash ington, 4 to 1. An error ol judg mcnt by First Johnsot who put-a base runner out at firs ,vhen lie might have cut ofi William at the plate in the eighth, deprived Kalkenberg of a bhut-oul. wild and incficctive in the first iDnir.g. Jackson killed a triple ior a shoestring catch. 11 -Gt5 had been keeping the locals' scattered, while Cincinnati hit to thinking out the best moves tbat a ring general will luake. Betlinrr, which has been quiet ami of small volume since the fighters be- gan training, showed a tendency Smltbward today. on whom a tevr staatl Kewark bets bad been registered at 10 to S, ilaltimore Detroit 11 Xew York 9 .630 .006 .421 .300 Tyler hard in the tourttf, gaining London, May Ntw YorK r'acht Club today cabled to the Roytl Ulster Yacht club dsfinltely na Sir Thomas Llpton's for he America's cup. Tbi meet will ik< place- In September 19K, under he New York Yacht Club'i ules as to measurement, time and racing rulei. SIOUX DEAD Calgary, May the Chim. plon Jumper, owned by Count R. Der- aals, died morning at the Victoria 'ark stables nere, from pneumonia. Sioux was the mctt famous Jumi-'jr owned in the west. Ho anne-xed tha championships at tha Calgary and Vancouver horse Ghowe and wss being brcught bsck to Calgary Vthen caught a that reiulted In hit death. MclNTYRE AND MUIRHEAD FOUGHT GOOD DHAW Fifteen Round Go ai Saskatoon Saw Two Wllllnu Boxer. At It Saskatoon. Mar Mcln- (JTC, of Cnlgary, and Kossfck, of Mulrfaead, Minn., .boxed IKteen fur- ious rounds here tontaht, end although no decision was given, tho general verdict is that it was a gocd draw. Tho hoys mixed it from gong to gcng, and the last round, ivhon they tried desperately to land a Eleeper, was ot a most sensational character. Washington Cleveland Cashiun, JJoohlinc. ar.d Ain- smith Falkenberg.and Carisch. SMOKY JOB AT BEST Chicago, May Joe the their big lean. In the 9th Dcnton 'sir.oVe ball" star) had r.o mercy on Sox today. The game Intei'nalionnl W. L. weakened and was succeeded by Join- in the uiglitb inning on ac- son viio, alter Connelly's home run, -count cl darkness.1 The score retired in favor ol Drown. Ijo io Cincinnati 9 13 -V Boston 80 3 Boston 10 3 0 DiT.lon, Johnson, Hrnwn, and Chicago 1 in jumped into 10 to 7 favorite, nt'walch Toronto ccids some backing was in Providence evidence. "Gunboat" may be backed down to 10 to G, but chanrps are that 10 to 7 is far as the price will go. 16 17 15 13 13 10 .015 ilaiiden. NOTICES DISTRICT B'ASEBALL HERE TOMORROW IS DOUBTFUL Macleod Is scheduled to play a dlttricl league bateball match tomorrow night, but word from that place indicates that ow- ing to Wednesday being circus day at Macleod, team can't mUEter Its for the game. Definlta notice will be given In tomorrow's paper. FOOTBALL TILT TONIGHT Don't forget tbs football match to- night at the ball park. The Over- seas and Callies will provide the fun ir the second game ot.lhe season. Snap anil ginger will be the fcal'irci, anil tba will bo worth seeing. The ground U' belter phapc than ever- It" was last year. It has been BKunf a little to the east, and should be In good shape for District League The Improvement la welcome. A couple ot ardent fans nearly got beined when foul tips went (htou tbe netting. How would It do tc. spsnd a small.portion of that gate receipts night to buy sons more wire. Fans are ao- scarce tbat it would be suicidal to the gamr- lo kill 'em OS no early In tbe season. ST. ANDREWS TO PLAY CALLIE INTERMEDIATES St. Andrew's Y. M. II. class -rfll play KOLEHMAINEN DEFEATED LONGBOAT AMD COMPANY 12 14 13 Ik.cfcester It 15 Jionlteal 10 II City .10 16 .517 .5co .483 .417 .385 Canadian O'Neal Not Far Behird Tn 10- Mile Rate at Toronto ETamilton St Ottawa..... .778 .727 jl'cterhcro _____ ;0uelph Toronto, May ibe'ncrlin Finn, easily wcr. the 10-mile race at] the Island on night, with O'- Neal ten jards brhind, and Longboat) third, lapped. The Vlnn ran a great race, and could bavc Ms ponenls blocks. His tirr.o was 57 2 5- Ted was fourth, cil by Viscomie and Ke'larer. Mead- i cws, the olber starter,