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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PagcG DAILY ll KKftLP Wednesday, May 21, 1013 Wilfard Outclassed in the Final Round of 20-Round Go and Decision Went Against Him Smith Opened Fire First and Punished His Man But was Nearly Put Out in the Fourteenth San PrancUco. CaJ, -May fouads advantage in weight, sis in- chet In height and a reach the arm o.' a deirict could cot irin to- Blsht for Jtsse WiJlard from Gunhoat finillh, who earned a referee's decl- tloi-Ia the last round of thtlr twenty- round bout, Tha heavier putzch of the more experienced and aggressive vet- eran coanted for more tn the resale thaa the bylfc and sJrengOj of his op- IflHcnt. Smfth Gets In First It was 9 50 o'clock before the gong jounfled, and seal Smith and Willard on th-itr way. The first round was un- toward the end of the Second Smith landed fiercely with left and right to the jaw, ana spat blood ii he went to comer. The sailor took a long lead In the third, landing severcl hard wallops to trie Jaw acd-WlHard appeared i on the defensive, began playing for the gun- LUTHER McCAHTY OFFERED TO MEET GUN- BOAT SMITH Calgiry, May Kc- Carty, who Is to meel Arthur Pel- key litre on Saturday has receiv- ed an offer of for Me- Catty's end to meet Gunboat Smith. The offer Is from Wm. Aldrldge, president of a, new box- ing club in tos snd In the of an arrangement fating arrived at, the fight would ba ed at Venice. William McCarthy, manager of McCarty, sayt he will not acctpl the offer unless his man Is given a fair percentage cf the which, he thinks, vtould be easily t BATTERIES FOR TONIGHT ner's slomaca and Smith fought'bacl his blows Vete not well timed. Much Clinching was "much clinching in the Selig WQS liept busy separating the pair. Both slowed uj> acd tot unlil the tenth round was, fierce "milllns rfisuraed. Smith then split the cowboy's ear with a right erring, and blood flowed In a Etrtam from the The advan- tage ai this Btrfge with, the gun- ner. Smith's pokes bothered tbo giant. La-a-ade-fei-x 'nd f'r today's game, Hardle and Tracy t rfhe oa baseball in Lethbrldge tonight, and to add lustre to a ipomentous occasion ilayor Hardls has coasented to hurl the first hall.- filoner Tracy, who Is becoming famous because ol the uetv parody "Tracy at the will be on deck to do the recelvlne. When Iheaa-two stalwarts have settled the the" old-time enemies Macleod and Lethbrldge will go after each other's Ecalfs. Ee there for the opener. Warm Game in Senior Soccer League at the Ball Park Last Year's Champions Put Up i Hard Fight but Failed to Fathom Scots' Defense r.W.D.U.K.A.Pls. Callies....... Orereeas S. 0. E..... ...110 ...301 1 0 D 1 1 1 0 3 C 3 5 3 2 nothing, but Tewant nude a good shot. i'he Cilllts suiilenly reversed thtlr ttitude and strengthened their lead another point alter a spectacular rush, clever combination and a pret- ty shot br Uleon. The Overseas undaunted, continued fitht with renewed and the last minute of plar savr them right up and coming, but ihev tailed to tally. IH there any choosing to do, the CaHies seemed in the best con- although they lagged at times, could probably be ac- counted lor bv the strong lead they c'ir.ehcd in the score. r By trouncing the Overseas 3-0, at the ball patk last night, the Cale- donian soccer toot the lead in The tee-ond game of the district baseball leisue will come off here tonight it tin Athletic park, com mincing MG, Midead will op- POM the local In accordance with tht Khtdulg and one of thot: old- time encounters it the order. Mac' leod hitf a galaxy of swell baseball talent so it reported, but Manager Wheeten of ths local tribe ftan them not, and why .should r.e! he will fat on the firing line for the Lethbridge contingent dealing out the iltJU LULAUIU in ILIC itUlC- J. Gurr made a ve balls thal Put the Dill was linesman tor the Callies and last Saturday, Tucntull for the Overseas. Goal judges Smith and Gibson. Both teams wore ruournicg for late John Smith, a former Cntlle player. The Jme-uu follows i CALLlKS-McIntyre Sandj- Ban- Yhyte and Brcnnan Knight, iloore, "Hen. Lioning and Tennant. OVERSEAS Flewitt; Patterson and Horce Ness, Shaw and Mullen; 3rown, Gurr, Brennan, Simm ud McMillan. "GUNBOAT" SMITH BMUIABLES National who clinched repeatedlj-_tci pan- Ubndent daring the net! few rounds. WHlard To Willard opened the fourteenth round with an unexpected onslaught that took Smith aod stern- rfiingr the gunner agafcst the ropes, droTc s left to the Jaw that dazed him. Smith fought hack gtmsly .and .lasted oat the roand._ The left eye was clos- when he loofc, his comer In the flf- tee'nth, hut ia tho next round he show- ed up itronjer, ho'dlss the Kansan Ah Evtn Break Honors la the seven- wenth and eighteenth, which were featured by ilujrgtoE. In the nineteenth, tbe tgatn opened yftlltrd'ft eloaa ranee. Smfth't Advantage The gunner forcrf the fighting throughout the; twentieth, a ad when Referee Sellg designate him as the winner at the tnd of the tout, the ringside crowd cheered In applauw. Brooklyn New York .I Chiefs Boston PROGRAMME OF VICTORIA DAY' SHOOT HERE The annual 24th of May shoot of the Alberta Gun Cluh, Leth- bridge, wiH bs hfcld at the traps south of the' athletic park, at 9-30. The pro- gramme is as follows; Event Ko- 1, 20 targets, oren to all; entrance, Jl.00, prize value, 1st prize, 3 boigs shells; 2nd prize. 2 hoses 3rd priie, 1 box shells. No, 2, 15 targets, for novices who faave never shot over traps be- fore; entrance 50 cents, prizes value, prlis, 2 boxes shells; 2nd prize, I box Kfveat No. 3, 15 targets, for C5 per cent shooters; ontrance, 50 prizes value prize, 2 boxes trap shelia; 2nd prize, 1 box trip shells. Event No. 4, 55 targets, handicap; entrance, 15 cents, prizes Talus J3.00 hunter's lunch 3fct. All shoolera are Invited to lake parl. A team race will be arranged at the grounds. Philadelphia Cleveland Chicago Washington Bostoa Detroit Sew Vort NEW Mfte'BAGE TRACK r TO BE BUILT AT CALGARY Rendy for Next Burnt Prill, dent at New Club Calgiry, Stay. Chinook Jockey Club, In which a number of wealthy cfelgarians are Interested, ha? acquired eighly.acres-at land adja- cent Ip the city, and will construct a mile race track, and the necessary buildings in time to hold a spring and fill race meeting next jear. P. Burn's ll president of the new association. PLAYER DOES TO SASKATOON Auburn, NT., May among decisions given out today by Secretary Firrell, of tlxj National Board of Baseball arbitration, was the awarding of the cervices o{ the Cruikshanks to Sastatoon, Saftk. ItO ENTRY LIST at. Andrews, May tvro hundred cora- pelitora have entered for tho amateur golf championship of the world, the play for1 which -J- starts next-Monday, 31ay 26.. Tho entries closed at noon to- 18 19 Jo 16 15 31 9 X P.C. 7. -.720 10 .G55 13' 1C. 15 1C" ,13 21 the city It Gallics' first, appfarancc in a 15" league Ovctseas atJ Sons ol Enslar.i having diav.n tlie first game ol the league two wcc'.s ago. The old time Icrf started again, and ereiy playet carried a chip on his shoiiUer. Not that any intentional dtrly play the game, hut each team meant business, and although the score was against them the Overs-as fought gallantly till'the -whistle blew time. The Cal- lies seemed to have a little the test ol the piajing and iilloned tho ball with greater speed, lut th: Oveissas' defense was strong. Comoinaiton play showed up possibly, a jhade better on the Csllita'-- part, -ar.d clever hean both American w. -is 21 IS 14 12 13 10 Ix 9 ID 13 11 IS 22 bouncing, was unwitnessed sides. r I .500 j Tlle gtanfl stand was packed to ca- i pacity, the eveiiing bc'ms ratld and still: .Th'e. bleacners mre also pretty stntimsnt EcemeA-to trts prttty evenly divided, lioth sides ably, supported by rontcrs_. atid .enthusiasm ran high up (o tte'last minute of pfay. Two' or; three, playsrs .were hid out ior several manajcd to get game more de- fermiried thati'l-efoie, tepi the game-, interesting thtoushout. TOSS .C57 .371 ..333 lutcvnationaL xhc Overseas irctfthe toss and th3 Gallics- iic'ned The hall went into the Overseas territory and Tcr.- and behind him will be a defence never equalled In the annals of alleged amateur baKbJll In this part ol the vroodl. 9pud Murphy, Macleod' Smoky Joe Wood, will manipulate mat. te'rs on the moOnd for the edification of the tethbrjdseltei. Here is the local line-up of talent or at least ma terlal, >from which' the team will be Evani, Rlchardi, Brandow, G, Moo're; J. Moore, Wfay, Seld Meyers, Wheeler, Pltlen Stewart. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National KEW YORK WAS. MURDERED New York, May held New York to tv.o singles today, and St. Louis -won by a score ,of 8 to 0. Only two'Xevv York players rfached first htse. After WHlse relieved Mat- R-son, St. Louis continued scoring-. SL Louis............... 8 14 0 York.............. 024 Harmon and Wlngo; Mathewson, WIHse and Meyers. n'aht' shot OLD HONU3 THERB ..WITH BELLS -ON DroDklyn, May hiuch' Wag- ner heat tho Brooilyru In their, first clash of the season with Pittsburg today. The bis shortstop not only cut Glen shol high, j Ot( many ci promising base hit, but Overseas made a rush, but liamier-; canj0 up tne fifth Inning with the, Buffalo Baltimore Providence IlcchesHr....... Toronto........ Jersey City...... Montreal....... IS 16 15 13 14 13 U 10 U P.C.jman relieved. Callits u3cd some r.oid t1Eej (Un anj two out, and drove out .600 jcorohination work" and Tennant shot a single that Stengel raade good for 14 16 15' 10 16 Association w. L. The Gallics pressed the piay, but like Overseas there vrith the de- .467 iensc- Overseas carried the ball to .464 Callies1 territory; but Nrennan miss- .407-cd on an oscihiad shot. The Callies .400 continued to press, and Hewitt saved la nice shot !tom Brown got, away once ar.d made a successful tush, hut missed the goal, sustaining Coluiabus....... Kansas City..... Louisville....... Milwaukee....... Indianapolis Minneapolis.....' St. Paul........ Toledo......... IT 17 14 13 12 li 10 13 H 15 13 IS 17' 21. a bsd kick 7.htn in the acl oi shoot- ing- P.O. .615 .531 j The feelir.g uas beginning to get '.5131 warm, and the hall continued in ths .631 .519 .415 Western Canada Saskatoon Calgary Moose. Jat? Medicine )la( Reglna Edmonton W. 5 6 9 5 .750 -.600 .600 Callies' territory, and a corner on Patterson resulUd in a penalty on the Overseas, trom which Glen scored a clean, straight goal. This seemed to bring the .Overseas to lile, and some clever ar.d lively plajing resulted. Considerable sand- wiching, rcrt hoi shooting anri pass- ing resulted in a corner hy Jock Jlullin, but theliest the. Ctilies could do was to get shot.'' The speed seemed to "tell on both three bases bs" runs came in. 1'ittsburg Brooklyn a fumble, and thrca Kobioson and Simon; Allen, Stack, and lllller. REDS WALLOPED Philadelphia, Hay Philadelphia drove Fromme off the rubber In three Innings today, and bad 'no tronblft in defeating Cincinnati, the gco.-e ht S to 1. CTnctnnati................ V S i 5 5 sidw at this stage anil both weafcen- .333led. Play went 16 the Callies1' terri- .-WJlory but ample defense awaited the Northwestern day. t, t t.. Seattle. Vancouver Tacoma Victoria Portland Spokane W. 23 16 IS 13 13 P.C. ;S97 .557 .451 .455 PLUG TOBACCO FVonime, Packard and Clark; Alex ander and Killlfer, Overseas, and the hall was returned1 their end.of lhc ifcM. 'Sonic pret- ty l.cadworV witnessed Just be- lote the close oi the first half. SECOND HALF The Callies rushed at once, and after considerable bombardment and skirmishing ucie rewarded with a cornet, vrhich resulted in R shot by Lirtnog, overbalanced'and miss- ed. The Overseas rushed but Kaston rc- ievcd, with a fierce kick" which sent the hall over tl.c bleachers. Overseas rushed again and Ourr shot high, nnj McMillan wide. Oicnn 'was Injured ar.d both spectators breathed easy again. On resuming the'play the Overseas carried the ball to the Callies' terri- tory, hut Moore- relieved, rushed through, and scored another tally tor Caliies. The Overseas did not stem to feel th- weight ol (he two polnu, and continued playing keen, forcing the play to tho CalHci'' territory on some clever comhtnaVon N'css show'rd up well fof the Over- was and missed z long shot. Another coiner off the Allies usulUd In PERDUE WAS ERRATIC Boston, 20. Chicago scored en ough on lapse .from form in the eecond Inning today to win easily from Boston, 7 w 3. Al seven runs were scored in that inning bases oa balls and a hit bttiraan four runs. Overall beldMhe Boston hlU scattered, two of the three locals' rung cdming In< Eeyenth, when Connelly drove his sec- ond home run In days over Hi right field fence. Chicago 77 Boston 3 S Overall and Archer; Perdue, Rud American COB13 .JIAKE9 A KILLING Detroit, May Cobb, not con ent ivith hitting twice for exlra bases walking on two oc'casious _and steal ng'home taEe'hi nto a .double in the tenth Inning, an irought, home tbe'la'con today. Th inal score" was: Detroit, 8; Philade and-ths contest from onenlr. o closing, was 'one succession o hrillj; 'hllsdclphla 7 12 Detroit V.. S 10 Houck, Brown and Uipp; KU'witter ake and CHANCE'S .MEN WIN 'SL May M -onnell allowed St. Louis eight hit them scattered and York won, 5 to 3, Baurr tner was hie for nino safeties. A ter two out in iha thh-d, three run were scored by Neiv York. New 6 SL Louis 3 McConnell and Sweeney; Baumsar ner And Agnew. WON OUT IN NINTH Cleveland, Ohio, May won today's game In the ninth innfn scoring three runs, and biatins Was ington, 10'tc 5, Eftch team bit fre Cleveland using five pitchers nn Wnblngton In the second Jac throw struct; ,n bai and three runners scoring. PrMident Johnson's TJmpi Dinetn put Altrocl! off tbe benc claiming that: Washington exceede their limit of twenty-five men in ui forme. 9 12 Cleveland 12 Mullen, Hughes nnd WtHiamB; J1 rhell, ffinndlng, Cullo'p, Kahltr, Greg and x olph-3 and Whaling. Chicago-Boston postponed: rain. Up to OUt 'United, we stand, Divided .we walk. GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES Inteviiational THO Buffalo................ 2 10 I Atchlson and McCiTly, Pate, and Dowdy, Hoimes. Jerisy City............ 6 8 2 Rochester.............. 4 4 Doesch'-r and Crisp; Hoff, Wilhelrn and Northern Winnipeg, 14: Virginia, 1. Grand Korks, 16; Winona, 4. Jtames postponed 'on account Tacilic Coast Portland, ,4; Venice, 3. Francisco, 2; Sacramento, 1. rencli Kit! Mastered in Every New Rising Light- weight Star Los Angeles, Mat SO Maniiut New Orleans, was knocked out la ie 12th roucd oi hij scheduled ,-city-round hero tonight wilb Jud" Auiifrsou, oi Vancouveri ash- Mandot was Vnocfeed down in e final round, but lie was "out on s feet." Ho was clearly icsjnsible. :ferea Kyton, seeing tlie condition tbe southerner, stopped fight, ith ilauilot staggering" blindly bout the ring, and held up Andrr- m's band in token o! victory. The men weighed in at sit o'clock nd escli was inside tlie limit of l-U lur.ds. a 10 to S favor- e with light betting. Macdot was unable to lar.ii a blow UIQ first round. la the second r.dcrson punished willi 'clous rights to the body, Mandot ayed away from tho bard-punching Trtl'.erner in the third, but managed. i put seNcial blows to Andeisoa's ace. Mandot scored with a hard giit to the. jaw as the bell rang. I.OMf. IIA.VGK FIGHTKVG In the 4lh anfl 5lh Andersoh play- 1 game, long range fishi- ng, and lucre than held bis [andot took the aggressive in tha 111 and tried repeatedly to put srson away with a puach, but every Jtcnded kuuckout blow waa cleverly vadod, while Anderson found pporltnity to hatter up the south- Fners' ribs with rights. In tho 10th round Anderson rocked 'aRilot's head a right and left nd when the southerner -went into a inch Anderson played his rights to he wilMelling effect. An- erson forced the liglitlng at ihe he- inning of the twelfth and BlaggcrcJ iandot with rights and lelts to aco and bodyt a tetiflo right it (tie jaw, Mandot wilted, appar-1 -nfly helpless but still on bis Icet. icicree liyton stopped tlie fight to avi him from a knockout. WESTERN CANADA .LEAGUE HIT HOMER OVER 'FENCE Edmonton, May 20, A home run by Steels over the left field fenco, with wo men on bases In the first inning, gave Edmonton a lead of 'three runs n today's uauic vrith. Medicine Hat, which proved too much fir .era to overcome, the locals winning 4 to 3. Score: Medicine Hat 3 7 "i Edmonton 4 S 2 Brown and Ullss; Troeh, Melnrlcha and Wilson. THE .WINMlKfl CRIPPIXS May Walter Frlnk lost his first gome of Die season last night. whon ho pitched agalnpt the so-called 3foose Jaw cripples, xvho grabbed the second game of the series hy the score- of S to C. Norlhrup, who pitched the no -hit, no run- game iftal week, Tvaa lilt freely. plenty of lurk with him, while Vrink's curves did not seem to bother the Millers. Score: .Mooso Jaw 8 13 1 6 14 1 Nortbnip, Hogback and Moore; Frink and Koche. mo Saskaloon, .May "Tiny" Man- ning won his fourth same In the nig Sis loiiay, when (he Cluak- er.i defeated Regina, 3 to I, bcforo Burgess pitched for iho Red Sox and nss wlltl at critical times, al- though lio In good stylo during most of ths game. Score Saelcaioon 361 Hejina 1 7 1 Manning ami Wnllorsf Burgcas and Is. Northwestern Sealtle, 1. Victoria, 8; 1. Portland; J; 3. 'Awoclation All fimet In. the American Afeo- clatlon were poslponcd yesterday, on account of rain. r Ottawa, 1: 81, Thomni, 1. roterboro, .3. ;