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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta JPageG THE LETIIBR1DGE DAILY. HERALD First District Baseball League Encounter Here Last Score After Eight-Inning Battle, 3-3-Pitchers' Due) Between Wheeler and Murphy, the Latter Having Shade Best of It 'Jos. P. Tracy was loo busy en tie secoctt. !hd the ball jot by Seidcn- icduslrial trait to be oa the rcceiv- j tecipr it woaM hue le.-n a s fe'.v bjsos ard ct'rtair.lv nave scored ing end. ot the sdmhsed Hardie- 1 tra Ia to uthbtldje hll, Tracy debated to optraf: oalr get on the in tte opecisj esercises of the Meyers grounded out arid trict baseball league, which made itjlMwler jcd Hictards pastsiUhe air. ieaul here list for tie pressni! "er.dcr alt-r 1'owoll _. i hail Tic Joi.vcr was th.-rc. and n.lh bells en ween it cones to stick- 1 5core. ruck in the fifth .mil i scored on Duwu's tie- 5core. vrtits ai-d Latiuier icj 'em oter the pan. At'6.45 His contributed the otter outs for that Worship wound up acd shot a high jspas-a. The totals were soon pol sh- in-hoot at baiter Wells, of ttc oppo-W when tfcrr tool. turn at s't'on acd the same was on with i tnt- swatting 1'ittoa, jico strike aa lit leaaiag swatsmaa i and" easy pickicg lor oi the cicnins's. contingent. Thtrcat He struck ttc three out in xce multitude ia the stand ils approbation. Tte mayor was rr-j Maclcod went o'Jt in or.c, two, lieved by Wallace and the i 'hree order m the sixth. Lcthtridjc chic! justice tetitrd to the stand to in getting one man on first en-oy'a clean and clever eaise Moore betnj hit by a pitched j to which honors were evenly divided. {ball, alter Evans had fano-d, which the contest being called by Empire sir strike-outs in succession for if." U McCadj "at the er-d the. j Murphy. Meyers Hen- out to right af- cl-hth on bf-'dirtness, 35oore was hit, Ad then Seiden- tl.c score standing 3 to 3. jbpcier poasdfd out. Our ancieal ecemy, Spud Murphy, "heeler v.-js seen his best in dtcbratcd tie mouid for Macleod acd seventh He forced Powell to pop Sift ALLEN AVLESWORTH AS A BALL FAN Former Minister of Justice and Lady Ayteawcrth, teeing the Toronto Internationals oan-.e. GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES at his mercy. second. twisters hoys tip....._ Had te hern given the support ac- Stewart went ic to bat for Piiton as corded Whteler tic game would hiltft, but fell down. He EOIB to Mac'.eod. He, too, batted up nest and ths run that tied the score, with atmade He hit a beauty past clean birdie to centre, whea aiil1 Wheeler romped home, bridge had it on Macleod 3 to 2. injKicbards got caught between second .the fourth, fifth and siith innings" wi was down, and fanned six- baturs in a row. went out on a ground ball, to strike-outs for'the eight imiinjs Tilat was all- World's ehampicn-pugiUst.- whff was 'ountf guilty nine counts tirrn In Above is his white wife, formerly Lu- cille Cameron, whose estimable mother is largely responsible for the egal prosecution of ths pugilist. sixteen. While didn't eihibil tte stufi rhat ofor.ng so elective, the old boy pitched a lhat should bring hoxe Ihe bacon' 'any day under ordinary drcmnslanc-.outfield, which Erans and :z. Tte fielding behind him was gond teeter gracefully roped EVES UP SCOHB Murphy, frith the help oi Wheeler, !ed tU score in the eij-hth. -Dison Pollard both hit hifh flies to the Eeidcn- In the tte exception of a of last went from short bobbles in early stages ol tte j to the ce.itral garden and niarte the game. Seidenbertrcr played a Here Wheeler gave Macleod a nips fast game at short and saved chanty by putting a ball into Lati- day twice with his bullet-like i met's mA jjurphy stepped shots to first, retiring the side when 1 up to the plate and banged out a line runs were crossing the plate. His. atire over second and Lalimer came throws were not easy picUng The throw home to catch Meyers on first, but "Slick" was Latimer scoring was relayed from grabbing everything' as usual. outfield did no'oiy behind1 Wh too." They gathered in ell'that their way'lbat was possible. I Latimer scored Irom first'on the hit, but should have teen cut oli or stop- ped at third. Jlurphj then rested on -nacicoa -went 10 cat. iirsi, 01, second and ths grour.d course. The first two mea up wne jto snort and was thrown out at first flsv outs Tl.en Pelloci got lo .first Scidenbccker's quick throw to nil "a scratch hit to the field and then H was a close sfcaie and 3Iur- to grief through not crossing the plate as the thc'tall. H was hiridtu atd Meyers touched him out as he stepped oR the sack unwittingly, ar.d the side was out. Murphy showed his classy form with the first opportunity. He Isnned I'vans, Moore and Meyers in succes- sion right off tho reel. Macleod scored first run ia the second innings alfer were o-ji. Havies hit over short and was brought home hy Kkhmond, whs pull- ed oli the lest hit- oi the game with a corking good swat between left ar.d centre for three bags. He d ltd on third when the nest batter (lew out to Moore. went .Maclcod fcet- third out completed. Lethbridge made a desperate attempt to pull out a winning run in the eighth and last innings, but there was nothing doing, though tte start looted promising, when Evans got to base on an error at second. Jloore attempted, to bunt but popped up an caiy one to third ar.d Meyers fanned. Setdenbectcr did. llketilse, but was given a fignting chance when the catcher dropped the ball; however, he was thrown out at first and ttc yamc called on ac- count of the darkness. N Bos Score: Wells, 3b JACK JOHNSTON National CHICAGO BUNCHED HITS .Boston, May won ag- ain from Boston today, 0 ro 5. Ilcul- J baeh. held the locals safe until the eighth Inning, when he wis driven from the box, and BoMoa scored five rues olf him and. Cheney. Chicago, in the third Inning, classed a double, two andik'hoaie run, (he lat- ter by Zimmerman, fo'r four tallies and bnnch'td Hess In oth- ers securing two runs, dhkajo................ 6 10 2 5 6 1 _ and Archer; and-Whafins. flariden. POINTS OF THE GAME Bruce Davies ol this city, caught for and playej a whale of a game, He. made a' pr'et-ty hit and did some excellent back-slopping. TESREAU WAS WILD New 3Ia.K St. 1-ouIs its second successive game from Kew -York Tesreau held St. Louis to four hits, but vras wild, Is- suing passed the first three men' fifed hlin, bat got of that one run. Sal- Some o! the fans remarked that lie batting of the locals was poor. J tee. throqgirhlt'narder than Tei was fj Sie -In tbe ninth, "New Tort? filled Ihe bags, and JIcGraS took out ;H era p. and sent In Meyers. The latter sent an easy fly How about the pitching they were i u? against. Murphy had speed to jura and his curves were bleating 13 all directions. Moore was on the bench to step 'into" the tor it had shorn but the long- er" Wall aca pitched toe better he bej. ca'me. j It is not Wheeler's Tvondpriul nrrrT that held Macleod doivn. His knowl- edge of battersi judgment and con- trol were his bis assets. Keidcnbccker, Richards and Wray were the only ones to secure hits eft Murphy's assortment. Three hits Is pitching some. Wheeler gave sii hits and fanned out eight of the tr.emy. Murphy's strike-outs just doubled Wheeler's. The attcndanrc at tie game was my good considciicg the report that Maclcod wanted the game post- poned owing to the circus being in town. The receipts amounted in all lo 573 00. i .Vew York 4 4 3 10 Bailee and Tcsreau and Wit- WORKED 'J'BrooWyn, Pittsburg mode If "'two slralghtjii 'serie? with breaking up the In. n'er defence of efghth. Tbe the locals, in the ire was tied at two" American HAMILTON IX GOOD FORM St. Louis, May bail on St. Louis' part and wonderful pitching by Hnmllton, the young left- hander, defeated N'ew York today 5 to 0. The visitors got only one hit and only one man reached second base. i'oric.............. 0 U 1 St. Louis.............. 6 BAStMlTn-BlES National L 15 19 15 It, Chicago 17 Plttshurs U )n York St. Louis Boston IS 0 1.. 7 H 15 IS IS Big Doings at the Fair Track Holiday Entries Todate .516! .5151 STRING OF HORSES FROM CLARESHOLM 8 .435! American I'hlladelphta Chicago......... Bosion St. Louis Delfoit N'ew Vorfc 19 H Close to lliitty entries have, al- 323 ready lern received by Secretary .293 1'sgnuelo lor tLo race meet to be Lrld on Saturday atternoou at the KshiMtlun (Jrounds, and judjiaj the class ol tne tutrles the rac- icg 11 ill Lc of a classy order. (Mien I.. U r.C. Hoau Hal and others of his cbss 18 0 .657 iconic together in tlo free tor-all, tho 21 11 .to-J 'croud can le of something right 17 11 iu ihs afternoon's sport, 'j-- 1 ymr wele received for har- classes this luomiug from J. -SSO-uoynolds, of Chresholm. They wcro 375 Uaicty Girl, Jaykcrwin, Dlack Jack 11 21 .311 International i.. u P.O. 17 11 .507 Bufialo N'ewarb............ Baltimore 1'rovitlwioe Hochestet Toronto Jlonfreal Jersey Citr 13 .531 H .517 11 .481 IS 15 -SCI 15 .4'23 IS .407 Western Canada Saskatoon Calgary Edmonton Regina Ford and Sweeney; Hamilton Moose "jaw Agneiv.' Medicine Hat JOHNSON' WENT TO RESCUE fo'ri'woh gams' K 'Vie 'tenth, scoring two runs on hits by Milan and Morgan, a wild throiv and a sacrifice fly in a ninth Inntng Tally. Williams i sent In as a pinch hitter, and hit a home run, driving In the two'.ru'ns that tied the score. "Walter Johnson then went in to pitch fcr Wellington and held Cleveland gcorelets ID the tenth. Kahler held "Washington to two hits until the seventh. Washington 2 Cleveland 3 10 1 Oroome, Johnson and Henry; Kah- ler, GKEB and Carlscb: "CLOSE AND EXC1T1XG Chicago, May Chicago 10 to 9 In an exciting batting bee today. Hay Coiling bad every, thing his own way until the sixth, when hohegan. to shqw signs oE weak. L. L. P.C. 10 3 .761 7 -1 .553 _ ening. In J.he nlntt he was driven from -twit tut tailed, and Woofi-'was called.'upon to lavo :.'or itie trlth i Yibx opened that" Inning with a Texas leaguer. Four sacrifice hunts In a row- followed, Ragan and Smith making-wild tcrowa on first two. Byrne'and Miller worked a squeeze play on the fourth bant, Hiller seor- Plttsburg........ 5 7 1 Brooklyn 2" 7 4 Adams and Simon; Hagan and Mil- ler. AB R_H PO A B Wells, 3b...... -4 o o Diion, 2b If 3 o 1 Pollock, Ib 4 0 1 UatSmor, EI 3 l i Uurphy.'p...... 1 0 I r.......-, 4 i j 2b...... 2" 0 0 Richmond, ct 1 0 1 ct l o 0 Sender, rt...... 2 l Itr in their half o! the secoftd fn the scoring department. Stidfntccker singled to centre and toot iosUnt advantage of the fieMer's fumble by making second. He went to third ttfcra Wheeler got on thioujh ths trst basenan's bobble and th'n made S daring and successful steal home while Kichards was walking to "first on tour lialla. While attention was fceiog given to Seldy. Hlietlcr was Quietly borrowing some bases. They had a good chance to snuft him at ih'ird, bvt D.ivies made a hurried and hid throw which got by MJs and Wheeler came home, Piton and Wray then were disposed of ar.d Klrhards, too, he attempted to score, i Wr.av'3 lly. to right. Fire rrifri faced Wheeler In the third tnd he fanned three of them, Bender, (fells and Pollock. He actually out- guessed Jour 61 t'nfnii but Wray drop ped the ball on the Ihltd strike whet Powell came up first, and then made t to first and the run- ner -Whwler walked Dlion In that innings, but r.o runs were (cade, la the local hall Green fan ned and Erits vent "sale on aa er- ror. Moore (armed and Evans was caught porlolnio? third. Three out. The leatuie of the fonrlh round iras SeWfiiheckcr's catch o! Field's lettlnic drive right of! Ihe bat I too side K-ith a man oajCarty; attendance 500, 0 0 Some pol.-cj protection ctxt game, please, to taVe care o! the would-be comedians. The umpiring is hall the game. Last season the district baseball lea- gue was greatly made successful by the very competent umpiring ot Wat- It o now manager of the 1C i Oi'ofal team. The league has found a 1 1 substitute in the alienee of 0 0 ojVihecIer as official umpire. 11. II. 'McCarty fills the bill to perfccticn. i''as' "lc entirely .free from players crabbing at the uro- 31 3 C 5! C 3 B-MeCarly was there AB R II TO A E ttlc rf 0. Moore, 3b Meyers, Ib Seidenhecher, P3 Wheeler, p 2b Plton, cf Stwart, c! Wrajr.c G-reen, If Score bj- (nnin .Macltod.......... Lethbrldga......... Summary: Throe-base hit, Hlcri- raond; stolen batei, Latimer, Powell, Bsnder, Evans, Moore. SeldcnbtehEr 2, Wheeler 2; pissed balli, 2-, struclt out. hy Murphy is, by Wheeler bases on balls, off Wheeler 1, oil and the players th3 lact and respected him 3 7 11 .313 .400 .361 STARTED AT and Ueo X. Those Bte all dassv pieces cl horse flesh and w-ill inalo tl.e local horses ouned by Sol Mor- ray and Gco. T. Haag step lively. The entry of llie Claresholm string will also ensure Ibc crowd that hors- es step the limit to win. TKACK BXCELLEN'T The track is In Al shape. Haas's, men Ihive been worllng on it for thi past month. It Is as level as floor. The recent rains have packed! the'loose suil on top just enough to( make it fast. Mr. Haag it U the best in the ircst today. Every day his string woris out on H so that it should he just right lor a race meet on Ihe 24th. The local running race Is filling up Stock saddles will be used, and it .should be'one of'the inleies'.- events of the day. Besides tho Claresholm tho fallowing entries have been received by Secretary Roan Hal, owned by, S. H. Kje. Cr.igary. Billy n., owned hy Fred Johnston, Calgary. Star Kins, 2.09t, owned by J. Patch, Helena, Mont, Lady Goo Goo, 2.12J, owned by Sol Murray, Helena, Mont. Sidney Belle, owned by W. city.. Minnie II. B., owned by Fred John- ston, Calgary. 1. G. Ituttle, owned hy Geo. 7. Haag, city. Helena I3oy, owned by J. Patch, London, May 21. The- Xcw market stakes was tun today over a 1J mile course at Newmarket, and resulted In a win lor the Derby favorite, K. CTara. Bower Ismay's hay colt, Craeanour, Chestnut Hal, owr.ed by Sol. Mur- wMch slat'ed at 3 to 1. Joel's chest- rav' nut colt, Sun Vat, starting at KO to B, was second, while W. Raphael's hay colt LOUVOSK, 1 to 3 was third. Craga'nout came in 3i lengths "ahead o! Sun..Vat, while Louvois was Ij" lengths behind Sua Yat. AN AttTUl, BEATING Philadelphia, .Mar received the worst defeat ot the sea- son, here, when Philadelphia won to- day's game by 13 to 0. The home team "drove Johnson{ and Harler oJf the rubber In three innings each, and by malting three nits off Smith's de- livery, ran their number of Eafcllc-3 to twenty for 31 Cincinnati 0 3 2 Philadelphia.....'.......1220 1 liimeon, Harler, Srollh and Clarke; Seaton and Killlier, Uowly. WELSH WILL ROUNDS BOX TEN AT MOOSE JAW 0 ly. lie looVs good to the fans us well' ten-round route here on May 0 as the 30. l' Moose May: Canadian representative for Freddie Welsh, British lightweight champion, was In the city yesterday, and: while h airiased r ''match between Welsh and Farrell, tho local light- wtlght. Thi boys v.111 meet over the cd equal to the occasion by' Xorton TO BOX KOSSICK Boston io 11 SASKATOON JUNE .1 Chicago 9 13 _____ Colllca, Bedlenl, Wood and May Freddie Welsh, gan; Lange and champion of England, and Kosslck, ot Moorehead, Philadelphia-Detroit postponed: heen matched for a 15-round bore, on June 4, at catch-weights. GAMES IN MINOR -MONTREAL- some: Montreal, May 21. Montreal 3 g i td hits on Shan-key in two City 2 fl 1 and defeated Baltimore, 4 to 1. Baltimore's only run was due (o errors Cook and Smith; Powell ar.d O'Con- Lennor and Cunningham. was splKed by Capron In Ihe first game: ing and compelled lo 5 7 3 City o Toronto-Providence postponed: and Smith; Vaughn .ind Krlt- Jersey Cily-HochesUr postponed: wet same: Loulsvllto i Newark 3 Buffalo 0 8 Paul ij g I Maddux and Clemens; Rteger ami Donnelly, Hr.zman and lllgglna; Mains and Second game called on account o: bad weather conditions. Baltimore Montreal 4 7 Sbawkey and Egan; Smith no garnc: grounds, H. S., owned by Gco. T. Hang, city. Oro Mou Uells, owned by Kohins, Saskatoon. T11AIN SBK.VJCB R. McN'eillie -was -in the city an the" L'ardston will give peo- ple froin' the Cartlsfon hrar.rli an ex- cellent opportunity to come to Letli- hrlilge lor In tho afternoon and take in the baseball game in the evening between Warner and I.ethbridge. Sunt. Hdil, ol the street railway, ill run four cars direct to the grounds. Another red line car will be the blue line, and will run direct from Xoifh I.clhbriiige to tho grounds. Anotner red line car will he put on for the afternoon, making thrrc red line cars direct to Iho grounds. SMITH HAD ALL THE ADVANTAGE IN BAD ACTOR li hit by pitcher, by Whee.e, San Francisco, California, Stay 22. Folioucrs of the fistic game in Kin ate inclined to ht.ld Tom le in a. measure for Smith Tuesday night. They hold that with proper coaching, the Km- san more than an fiYcn chance to te rcturn'd the winner. Smllh, on ll-.-T I and, wti9 cleverly torched ths [.out, and the clc'cr hat.dlin-1, he- from corner, hflred materially, During the latter part ol the bout V.'illard's seconds started a wrangle fa Jess1 cxjrr.cr and Tom Jones al- most Iiulled Charlie Anslingcr'3 ECalp of! duilr.g the miimtt'a test between fhe twelfth an-i thirteenth rounds. Anslingcr liad made Komc observa- to Uillarit that did not nlease Mariaper ar.d Jones af- ter him, grabbing a handful of Ans- hls' hair ni.d almost p'.illini QunbolL !but. C'nnndtnn OtIAwa, 15; St. Thomas, D. Hamilton, 10; Berlin, B. At Ouelph, no game: rain. Winnipeg, 5; Virginia, 1. Wtnona, 3; Grand Forks, 2. No other games: rain. Pacific Coast Venice, 2; Portland, 1. Oakland, 7; I.oa Angela, Nni'lliwesfern Vancouver, 1: Seattle, 0, Victoria, 11; Spokane, t, Portland, 1; Taoma, 0, Toleno-Mlnneapolls, no game: we! ftroundi. FOLEY IN TOWN ,Iud I-'olcy, Ihe Mill) Imxer, is up from the south, lie told the ller- 'ald llirit he Is matched AI. Kn- jsign, ol lor the Ith of July, I at Sweet (Irass, Montana. Folty got la decision I'nsian last winter in il.elii'iridbc, and thinkg he can do It ,1ud IMS hrcn out on the-home- atc.iil lor bMcral monllis, and lonki as rosy as an apple, lie is ths icily Ins int down ihc boxing licet-.ai-, (hul docs not know o! anycre uho lake advantage of Ibo reduction unlil about ihc midillc nl July, Jack Uogcrs v.ill msct Iliu winnsr of the Jo at (Irass Jack DoUrrly, Ihc Jlild Hiver pro- jinoler, Is slagitiR the haul, and it promts lo lie a good one, lor En- thlnts I.e had a little the rest 1 ol .lud In the last tnatcli, and Folcy is in much better conJilion now. easier to Use Seller for the Shoet ;