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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE OX lEfHBRIDCE DEFEATED AT BOW mm jit ONE RUN Sensational Finish to BuebaD Lnglie ing Game-Lethbndge Outhit Bow bland and Left Men on Bases-Score 7 to 8 t'bridge A.R H. P.O. A. B. MoRae lit b Eiau 2nd b Remmer, t. c Davite, Sd Green, I.L.. Lombard, t Morrison, f.'f. Bow Island met Lethbridge at the Station with a brass band, escorted ttem fo the ball grounds and gave. :them a trimming It was-the opening game of the three team league baseball combina- tion composed ol Bow Island, Leth- bridge and Macleod. The score uas I to 7 and all the thrilling possibili- ties ol the game were untapped to the edification of the great crowd oi enthusiastic spectators on hand The close oi the match saw .some thrilling moments of baseball and Lethbndge died hard With two down Brans m the ninth with Lom- bard and Mactm on the bases and two runs tie the to left field Lombard on -third had difficulty in crossing the while MacLm had only a fighting chance to negotiate the distance safe- It he tool, the chance and was caught a foot from the plate by a perfect from left field bj Thomas LETHBRIDQE HIT BtLL HARD Lethbridge outbatted Bow Irimnd tatter than three to one Lethbridge is credited with 31 hits and at least fifteen of them clean The Islanders secured but an safe oS the Lethbridge twirler, but his control was not perfect, Renuaer gave eight men free passage to first base Godfrej m the box for Bow Island fell down in that respect four, times Lethbridge left nearlr ai many dead men on the bases as the) secured base hits. Lethr-jidge scored the first runs of the game in. the second inning on tingles by Wray and Davies and a double by Lombard. Though getting pllgity of. hits and men 'on bases they scored no more until the eighth. While Mackin was tagging Carpen- ter, who orer-ran second, Smith, scored flrstmin 'in the" third innings. A catastrophe, over- took the Lethbridge team' in, the .fourth" session while "'the-Tslanders "were at. bat. 'A couple ol errors at first, a succession of singles and.pass- es netted the home talent six runs, the .score standing 7 .to 2 when the fateful session had terminated. It was an uphill fight staring it Leth- bridge-and was made-a little .worse the next innings when Thomas-tripled to left field and was hit urby'Scho- LETHBafBGB: RALLIED Lethbridge was full ot fight and fin- ally commenced to make their hitting mean something. They rallied in the eight. Lombard, first up, struck out, 'then Morrison combed. out a single, iMackin, McRae, Evans, .Hemmerr and Wiray all singled in a row and brought the score up to 6 to 8 before they were retired. Lombard singled in -the ninth, Morrison struck out, Mackin singled, McRae fanned and then it was up to Evans, who was the best bet of the bunch for the existing crisis. .With two, strikes..and .three balls Godfrey served Evans one nflown -the groove which he kissed full compact. It looked all to the good for the two runners the bases scoring, but the good right arm of left fielder Thomas turned, the fate oi the day against the visitors and the game was over. The throwing ol the Bow Island team throughout the .game was exceptionally accurate. Godfrey, Bow Island's pitcher, was a player last season with Medicine Hat in the Western Canada league. He is a utility man and pitches a cool and competent game. He kept the Lethbridge hits well scattered and pitched well in pinches. Reramer, the Lethbridge. twirler from Moose Jaw, was hard to hit. He hid the best of the argument .with his Godfrey, in the matter of hits allowed, but his con- trol was not as-, good. He can hit too, likewise, can Godfrey. Godfrey struck but eight Lethbridge batsmen during tlie game, but Brem- rder lor Lethbridge went one better, forcing nine out -by the strike-out Eoute, tex Soere 2 2 6131 6 lO 3 S 1 3 448 1 9 S 5 1 4 5 V0 1 0 0 900 0 0 0 0 101 K 7 SI 24 4 5 Sowijilane- AB. R. H. P.O. A. E. Smith, Jd b 2 1 5 1 0 Carpenter, lath 410810 Jamlesoa, c. f i 0 1 1 0 Godfrey, p 2 1 '1 4 0 Beguln, ss 4 1 2 1 0 1 Smoky. 3db..! 1 0 3 1 0 Armstrong, r.f 2 1 t 1 Thomat. 1 f. 4 1 1 o 1 0 Schowaller, c. 4 1 1 1 0 27 10 2 w Dalle Oft Rim- mm, dos-frey, 4. Hit by er: Derles, Two heae hits' lAnbmrd, MetTleon, Oed- trar.' Three tun Ut: Pin bell- Schowalter, S. TJiaoIre, Dr. The Uth gun of the district loot- ball leefue series when the Overseas and S. o" E. honi, resulted in a win lor the' Soar of last njfht at the bell park, when, in the last few minutes ol Beet- netted the Ant goal scered w either tide on, a beautojul oentre.frosi the" ftyrt Son caused the to be some- what heavy.in. ike lilt half, not much wdtenwat, tut the Sons up in the MCwd aid succeeded in falling the polat that Kate ihcu the (aim. The Over- seas did their to rtttliate, but :ould not .penetrate the enee SoiSe claim that tbe toal was Many of Vtt WMMnfifil Natwala, Is a men hff of jofn- the Mam last In June, coming rifht Vf frofn leta. He has an In- credlktt cum ball, fmt apwd, and fair Clark chaniW the Mi Mlvtry this M hwrd vtfy iniftly. NATIONAL Boston................. s II PitUeurg.........713 Cntcher, Reiolph and Movey; Hamce. BBS Olk- N.W r TO 1 7 1 wio.. and Ihjm tit 1 S 4 Chieuo I 11 0 aid KilUtor LaTtoder, and Brenahu. made on an oflnde that missed the rrftwe, it flowed. Following are the line-ups and the In the league SOBS ol England-gtowe Wallis Fanoni, Tuner, tiolberton, Lee Btttwtck, Paunch, Draper, Marchant Hooker OrMscaS''- Lush.; Jlaci, '.Breanan Harier, Mullen, McQinnis Keallv Corliii, Simm, Bntse, Robertson BALL TEAMS LlKfLY TO TOUR SOUTH AMERICA John McOraw has received so many promises of inbport from sporting clubs in South America m connection with the suggestion for a "world tour" to the continent next winter that he announces it practically is decided to make the journey. The idea now is to make the start right after the 1914 world's series, and wad up the tour at the eiposi- tion In Sau Fiincisco in the' spring of The latest suggestion -for tour Is to hare the two clubs, made up of pleyers of both leagues, plar a few eihibltion games In the East and South, alter the world's series, and then go to Cuba The itinerary would then call for a brief Tisit to'Panama, and from there to South America, playing in the leading cities on both sides of the continent. The plan is to travel down the east side and come north on the'west side of South America, playing in all the principal places in tbe canal zone, where the numerous Americans would welcome the baseball teams From here it is planned to go to the Paci- fic coast, and play in several cities in California before the close of the hig fair: trip is no.w.propos- ed, the baseball .party would be sure to meet favorable weather conditions throughout, the, trip. BrooUTa _.. 1 3 St. Louu IS 1 Rnekn, and Miller; Pet- litt aad Snyder. AMERICAN St. Louis S I 1 New Tiork.....0 S Hamilton and Agnew Keating and Nunamaker. Detroit......472 Boston S 10 1' Dubuc, Hall BeiUnt, Leonard and Thomas and Carlgan; Chicago...... 3 13 0 Philadelphia 010 Okotte and Schalk; Shawkey, Bressler and Lapp. P. W. D L Pts Calhes 2200 4 North Letheridge-'.U :'t 10 1 2 S O f .........2101 I Shemrort.....1 1 Taber.........1 0 1.0 1 Oversees i ,0 0 8 0 New Grey Suits, ND tbete are the "tenli HENS SPOIL GOLF QAME; SET "ON 'EGGS Illinois Bank Abandons Cjllcken Farm When Fovyl Persist In Mbthirlhg B.lli" Stan Barrows, Park Hidie, 111, banker, bought a (arm adjoining the 'golf 'linis, aud went in chicken raising. This spring he abandoned the. chickens, and, in he explained "I had to do 'he said. "I hated to, but -the truth Is my built sot to In- terfering- with, golf i. inquired Doc Ksowles. "They always wanted to ex- .plained Stan. "I couldn't -break ttem of it. They set on door knobs, on marbles, os anything that round. hid everything': on place and then their got to ruhalnf over onto the links Half a dozea of them would nait around the seventh green and whenever anyone Approached they would chase the balls to. net on them. When a the hill they .would- find' four lens- setting on So to quit keeping .chickens." fine, rfhirdy Suite We hiTe them in big Ttiiety of itt new styles. up. McKelvie McGuke PLUG TOBACCO RUSSIA TO 'AID IN WORLD RACE San Francisco, Cal., aMy sia's co-operation the around-the- world aeronautical race projected by the Panama-Pacific expboitlon la as sured in advices received today by Arnold Kruckman, manager, of-the ex- position bureau of aeronautics. The supervision of the race, through Rus- sia and Siberia, it is been taken up by tho sporting com- ilttee of .the Aero .Club Imperial .da Huisie, an organization having control over all aviation events In 'the Rus- sian territory. The aviator, Janlor, under, the .sup- ervision of this organization, is pre- paring to make a flight from St. Pet- ersburg to Pekln, a distance-of: 5590 miles, or laore than ona-fourth.of. the entire aerial glrrjle of the glbSsi The route laid down the Imperial Aero Club de Rusae Is identlcal.'wlth that of the exposition's world Fifteen stations have 'been designated as sup- ply points along the route of the Trans-Siberian Railway. LOOK HERE NOKTH LETHBFIIDQE'UNITED F.C All players' ot the above ;ciub are requested to be on liand'at ers on Thursday night at 7.45 P.m. training. A meeting of the executive will also be held on that evening OVERSEAS CLUB A committee meeting and training ot the Overseas Football club'will, be hela at the Y.M.C.A. at 8 o'clock on Friday next. At. thin Uathew UfonoU Cleveland 2; S 5 Washington.............. 4 30 Mitchell. Bronson and Carisch; Bresler, Shaw and Henry. FEDERAL Kansas City J 11 1 Baltimore 791 Cullop and Easterly Suggs and Jacklitsch. St Louis 7 BuRalo 11 U 1 -Brown, Willett, Herbert and Hart- ley Krapp and Blair. Chicago....... .450 Pittsburg 033 Brennan and Wilson Dickson and Kerr. _____ Indianapolis IS 19 1 Brooklyn 264 Falkenberg and Warren Oault, Pet- ers, Cheney and Land and Watson WESTERN COSTLY ERROR Calgary, May 18 error at third lost another one-run i margin game for the Hatters when the Bronks defeated them 3 to 2 The breaks of the game favored .the home team Both Gagfeand Lind pitched well F Medicine Hat Calgarv 381 Lind and Blf'ss Gage and Jones. PLAYED A TIE Moose' Jaw, May Robins and Quakers played nine innings strenuous ball to a tie. Both sides had good chances to win, but fell clown at the criti9al-tirae. Saskatoon 3 11 Moose Jaw........................ 360 Harrah, Boltenger and Wally Nor thrup and Walters! I BASEBALL IN THE .DAYS OF THE MAPLE LEAFS OF OUELPH _ -Writing In the: Canadian" Courier about baseball In the old days, when the "Maple Leafs" ot Guelph Were semi-professional champions ofrAiasrica, John M. Copeland, says: "In those days boiling out at hot springs was not In style, lini- ment artists were not carried on tour. Bare hands were 'au while' the amputated kid glove of Her Ladyship was 'de and did duty in place of the various padded soft cushions now appar- ently essential. The distance be tween .pitcher and catcher waif shorter "than now, and the knee high, underhand throw the only style permitted. They say. that between '77 and '90, the" Flint caught 833 games without chest or glove Some chroniclers aver, however, that Charles Maddock at Guelph- resorted to tho use of a niece ot rubber between