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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE OAlpT BY Rl BUT THE EVENTS DOT SOME CLASSY SENSATIONAL FINISH It was Shown that We Have Good Horses Here fof the Came Three Events on Running Race DRIVER OF ROAN HAL HAD LUCKY ESCAPE First Pace or 2.05 NyllU- Gi, bl. m., by Sinioreri, 0. Coulombe sUiblf, Cnlgary. (McKellitr) ,'t Waller J., by Cambeii .W., G. C. I.ooinis, Min- neapolis, (Loomis) ...............T....... I Slnr King, b.g., hy Kceler, Sol Murry, Hclenn, Mon- lunii, (Patch) 2 Lakeside Hal, by Direct Hal, P. O'Dwypr, Etl- nicmlon, (Hinos) v........'....'......... (b's. llniil Hill, rii.li., by Alluiblo, S. H. HOP. Cnlgnry, (Sol Murrny dis. 2.28. Second Harry T., b.h., by 7.ombro, G. Himraliuii. P. E. I., (Loomis) Major By-By, s.y.. by Major Dillon, J, Slcwarl, Mon- arch, Alln., b.h., by Gaiiinlenii, Geo. Hnog, Lcl'hbruljjc Foxy Togo, rn.in., by Alhubln, G. H. Smith, Salt Lake, (Ragsdale) Grntlori Boy, b.h., by Montana Gratlan, Sol Muny, llel- cnn, Monl., (Mtifry) Oro Monbells, blk.c.. by Oro WilUre. A. bobbins, Leth- bvitige, Time 2.28. t 1 1 323 1 1 1 222 :i a 5 4 -1 ti 5 3 J 6 if the harness men cannot make U go at the races tomorrow after- noon, the runners will ba there in all their glory. There will be run. ning races galore. The harness men vvlll be on the track if at all possible. The runners are all in the stables at the grounds yet, and the combined running card for the two days will be Besides there will be a local running race, in which about 25 entries are expected. Those wish, ing to enter horses should nStlfy the fair management at once. A. E. Humphries Is in charge of the racing events. i If incnpy on the winner and soon went to 2 to 5. Star King 'was avfin money for first and mn second, an Q. was the Bame nrfce at the booka and ran third. Lakeaitlo Hal was Koan Hal who spilled In the hack stretch. Tho ilr.it throe bqrses finished close (ogcther and made a good race. horses started Second horses were left In the race. Nellie O. stronpl) and closed at 1 to -J. Walter J. was second at a little hellei than CANADIAN TENNIS PLAYERS. RETIRED AFTER BEING BEATEN IN FIRST ROUND OF DOUBLES OF ENGLISH TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP June first :or he English doubles rhaoiplcashlp, Vallace, of Philadelphia nd G. Zinn beat R. A. Gamble and B'. O. Hoc by threw sets to one, the core being 3-fi, 7-3, The Am- rican player.'Was handicapped by iig a weak partner, otherwise his vie- ory would have been an easier one. The German Davis "Cup players, Yederich HahR and Heinrich Clelnscroth .also their match :fn heir first round of the doubles, ile- 'enilnff.CpUnt Jind T.'S. VB; Kfctr itoti, by ,1 sets-to I.- The Canadians, B. p. ind H. Mays'were beaten irsl round of the doubles by tbe Eng- IsJi players, A. D'. Pebbles and G. Thomas. They lost the: first two sets j ibe .next few by 6-2, G-2, and then retired. The running of the English derby, showing how Craganeur crowded Aboyeur and was disqualified. AUSTRALIANS GIVEN A CLOSE MATCH COMPARATIVELY SPEAKING CLOSEST CRICKET CONTEST YET OF VISITORS' TOUR N.Y., June Australian orl.ek.et tctiin won the sec- ond and final day's play of the match with the Sehiiecitady cricket club here yesterday hy ,a score of IS" to 131. This Is the best showing made continent agaiiiFl'ihe team from the Antipodes. The Australians batted first, using clevpn hatsnien. hut did not reach Ibeir cuicomary three j' mark. COULON NOT IN GOOD PHYSICAL "CONDITION NOW GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES Postpones Bout With Kid Much Befow Rest Chicago, tinntara- championship bout between Johnny Ooulon anO Itld Williams, of Baltimore, scheduled for July 25, at 1-os Angeles, was postponed yesterday by Coulon. lie telegraphed Promotor McCarnoy at l.os Angeles that illness would compel. him- (o postpone tbe match. Coulon eaid. the date would probably be set for Labor Day, Cou- lonjs a number of- pounds .below lie normally boxes al 113. The champions Intends to sjiend 13; in toniplete rest at some nearby watering place. Nevv York Undolpl raaree an Second Boston Perdii Meyers.- Hrooklyn Philadelj) liucker Ciialmers, Chene; nah.in PlttSbllTg dt, OToole Vingo. oven money, and Star King was even. "The favorite won without trouble. followed by Walter J. and Star King. The heat war a close one. Third liojs who play the books had to put up 810 to win {3 D tho final and a man with a wad plunked down SoO instanter, and the honks wiped the sfato and (ook no mnro money. N'ellie G. ran where she was ex- peeled, to run in'this her.l. She tinished sevend rods In udvance of Walter J., and this latter horse tinished the same distance (n ndiance i-f Star King. but Star King was placed second by the judges, Walter J. :.havins interfered with tbe former in the back stretch. Fourth books bet very little, kale In the lay heal and closed In less than five minutes after they ope.-ieJ. Nellie O. was the only liorse liked for first position in the race. She led from start to linish. Walter J. gave her R run for tbe money rounding the turn Ir.to the homo stretch in Ihe last time around, when he broke and lost ground. Walter J. quick to recover but couldn't get near tbe lender again, though ho h.id it on Star King with n comfortable margin. Mcllie G. took first money, Walter J. second, and Star King third. i Second Race First T. finished iviih ease a earriase length In front of -Major By-Hy. The winner opened at even innnoy anil cloxod at 1 to 2.- Grat- ton Boy was next choice and he finished last. The fichl was strung out. W. II. S. was third. Oro Monnells fourth, and Foxy Togo fifth. Tho heat s iljuutrtii until tbe winner drove Into the strelch and eased, away to a commanding position and won haucls down. Second hcat.--Harry T. WBH the choice for this heat and went to the front and stayed there. Major liy By was two roils behind the winner, finish- ing where he was generally picked to finish. Ah ejcitlnK issue was furnished hy W. H, 3., Foxy Togo and Gra'.ton Boy, who camo Into the home stretch ahre.ist and toughl a good for third place. They came under the wire wllh little to choose between and were placed In the order named. Oro Mon- hells finishing sixth and last. Third T. and Major asain camo across as they did In the previous heals and brought the race to a conclusion. Gratton Hoy ended third, Fo.xy Togo fourth and W. H. S. firth. The horses were bunched for the first ihree-iuarlets, and then the two favorites pulled away and made the grade to the wire In a cracking close drive. Harry T. was placed first; Major By-By second] W. H. S. third; Foxy Togo fourth. Running Event The good horse Babble, owned hy B. Powley. of MODES .IR.W, captured the five furlong daub, weight tar age, ?200 purse, (n Babble was favored and one bad no diffkully In proving the worth placed in her by the talent who backefl her up to a prohibitive price. Tlie books opened up at i to i and ranged io z io b when they were at the post. The winner jumper to Iho front and trailed the field after her for tho whole distance. Merrifleld owned by Dnnyno of Minneapolis, was second choke and landed whore she wns selected lo land. Merrifield trifid lo five Rubble a run for It In ilic atretclL hut was never In danger of overtaking the favorite. I.ce IVOrb, owned hy It. R. Morgan, of Saskatoon, waa plated third nt 1 to 1. The also rans werii Yoemmo and Bulah I.ce. Mnrelta was ecrutched. Buffalo Baltimore lliKglns. Toronto Quinn Wells. Owens. Ixniisville Columhu Powell Smith. volglit. National garner t 5 imd Sweeney; Wood and Nuu-iinaXer. niid W baling, lirovri.; Ue-innJ Meyers. Hartley. 0 sRIfte-' 4 S Q and Brown; MarriuafU iJcrirtcr and .Lapp; johuson and Ainsmlili. n s tfi 11 11 4 l -r. r, Ragon' and rs, Alexander, Brenuan ami mantling and O'N'elll; Du-juo, Lake and 4 10 4 10 2 an 12 13 Stone and Annew; Scott Schalk. ay, Rculbach, llltohk- and Dres-Packard. Hen ton, Suggs, and" CANADA LEAGUE GAMES i- 1 S 3 (10 Innings) le anil Coloman; Harmon, Marble, Perritt and HAD ACTORS Medicine lint, June Medicine Hai lost to Saskatoon In INC atternoon game by a 4 to 1 siore, IL v-as a game, and an exhibition 'not anything lo the vfsftors' cretiit. Foul language and umpire bnltfng- jircvailed. So liaU was U that Chick was escorted out tho park by n poticenian, and Ills s.upenslon recommended Umpire McDonald. Two bunts nnd a sl'nplr gave tbe Quakers two In the first; four errors cacnrtotl MIllQ arquud in tlie secoiut, nnd n UoubJo and an error pare tJiem one In th'e The Hat got tbolr" only one in tlio fourth, when- Chxi'rclilll issued four passes, forcing in .Godfrey. He pitched bad mitil the ninth, but gave eight passts. Tlio eic-.tiny game was postponed by rain. Score: Medicine Hat .000 100 1 5 Saskatoon 2GO OW 101 tfl 2 Llnd and Bliss; Chui chili and Walters. game: -re 1 a 1 n ;i o 2 nnd. Stephens; DanforUt .aud d game: r 12 i re 1 10 8 ca and Gowdy; Morrlssette, and Hergcn. al 0 6 2 c [i and Atchlnsou tind 3 3 7 3 3nce 7 1 Gmii.it and tlemls; La Title Oniilsw. ler S 7 0 City ___ 0 n and Willis; Dtescliesr NIXTU -STRAIGIJT Stcelc's pitching 'was too nuicli fcr the IHrds ronlghi, and Moose Jaw won easily, Li to 1. The sensation's! Mooso Jaw youngEtcr won his ninth straight Batnc innfgtit, and his fourteenth of Uic Ecnsqn. He ajso held tbu to one [fit, a hy Clityton in Ore tlilnl. He also doaorveii a .shut-out. I-Mut onion's lone run was scoreil in the fanrtb. Hcddick walked went to third let Uoiiniond's yraimrter RO lliroisph hts legs, am i-ainc homo on Uudley'n Facrltlcc fly. Stecle did not f.-uiHIess ball, walking ilx mcji, wnilc he struck 'out nine. Phil Dollar got ,lilr, trlnl wllh tho Hinls tonight.' He the hits fairly well scattered, hut wtis hit at times. feature of .the was the hlilins of Portier, Moore nnd Hoss-bach. Fcrtlyr lind a home run ami a triple, Moore a homer and a double and Iloaslxieh Lhree singles. Score: MociBe .Taw 002 IfO tl 2 Edmonton 000 10f> I 1 Siefilq and DeHar Association kec R r> f poHs 8 I ng and HLishej; Mobrldgo lie ma 9 12 :t ;11 and Sen-old; Clerg ipoiis S8 s H It 4 i nnd ScUeuizer anti s City ,1 S I il 6 0 0 ngton and Krltchcll; Kcrgcr CnnnAian rtioro B, ncrlln 1. Ottawa ARTHUR JOHNSON The crick Indian runner from Wood- stock, who hao be-on beating everyone who hire been motphed agalnat him. UN BASEBftLL CONSOLATION OFFERED MAC- LEGO OF FOUR GAIME8 MacltoA basebnil team accins to havo eon to I hoodoo luorklng over them in the IHBL- ler of biibcban in Maclcod. j the last four BnniaB.tiave had tci he off on account of rain inter- fering. 'Tho first tno of Chose trcrc with SlbHihy. on Friday and Monday last, and the two league Rniaos with Wni-ncr Uero today woro tlie otherB. Up unl'jll the teurns.wen: out to the i bail park: to up for the aftt'r- noon game, the aky was Uiriy clear, but nt o'clock .1 strong wind I up from the north, quickly fol- losved.hy jrain, which last long piionijh to prtivtmt Ihe evening fcarae helng played, Jladtfao weather hcen fair, Ihe goto rcceiiits U.T the firat game would hnvij prob.ihly hcen Ihe largest in (ho lea- gue this season, as Wednesday Utlny; a haJf holiday In Macleod, evoiyono would hawc been free to attend. One conaolaUon, ho'wever, is tho fact, that tho rain wilt do (he couutry inore gotal tlian tiiu baESball KamcE. BASEBALL I ABIES i Philadelphia Xew Yori Brooklyn PitiRhurg! Uoston (St. National w. 38 3-1 30 32 2S American Philadelphia. Cleveland Warhiugmn CliicaRo Boston .f. Detroit W. JO .14 36 33 U 16 25 2.1 31 28 40 YoiCr llnicniational u Brantford 4. London 3. St. Thomas 1. Northwestern Seattle '4, Tacoma 3, Spokane 6, Vlclorla 0.' Portland-Vancouver, rain. Northern. PnVkn n. Win- ona 4, St. Paul 2. Superior 5, Duliith 1. Mlnncnpplls G, Virginia 1. Pacific Coast Portland I, l cica -1, Sacramento 3. Spencer. "WET (JHOUNDS June toijay, wet groundfi. NOTICES Xevi-ark L. ttorhcster ProviUeiicio Ijnltlmorc Jersey ('1 Montreal y Voronio j. si 2S Association Milwaukee; Coiumhns l.oiiitrille Minneapolis Kaitsns (Irtfy St Pmil j Toledo .W. 41 33 34 31 25 34 311 31 11 I I.. 23 26 32 40 3T Northwestern Seatllc Vancouver. Porlland Victoria [Tucoma .t Spoltnr.e W. 43 27 30 37 NOTICE TO CALLIES Tho football gdme ia off owing, to the Ail Callics arc: request- ed lo ho nt Ihe ,Y. M, C. A. Friday evening nt 7.30 for training. Tcani3 will ho selected r.for the relay race ,inrt other enlrics jilcked for the inlon Day here.. P.C. .nil i .431 .351 J'.C. .T4ii .541) .530 .525 P.C. .582 .S37 .481 .477 .SSI .51 S .BOD .49! .4W .405 p.p. .632 .891 .515 .471 .461 .348 AVfcstcm Cauachi Kaskalnon Calgary j Mcclldno I.'nt IS -I 24 21 30 ..13.'! .302 ;