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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page S LETHBHIDGE Monday, 2fi, At the Links Played Here on Holiday Sent Warner Down to Defeat With a Shut Out-The. Locals Played Great Game-With Josh Moore in the Box SEIDENBECHER HIT A BEAUTIFUL HOMER Let Wallace Wheeler and merry biinch of ball tocsers come across in with the class they dis- Saturday at the Athletic Park Bf.i'.-.'t Warner, they shut out Hiriilsrs from the south U to 0. Ihe tans tvlll forgei. that they e'.'c had all appctlic for professional a? played in the Western (.'jihda League. About two of one was harpy. Tbe sports opened wilh a baseball match between Ccalhurst and a Loth- bridge nine, the city boys linntag 14 to 10. Diamond City and Ihe Lethbridge nine then went on the diamond, and this time it was a shut om, ibe score in favor of ttie I.ethbridge nine being C-0. In the evening there was a foot- ball game between the married and single nieu, atnd the frisky colts put it over those' who are carryirs the MINISTERS UP IN ARMS OVER BOXING FATALITY THREE BASEBA'l.L GAMES, FOOT- JBALL, HORSE RACE AND CALEDONIAN SPORTS Speak of HrufaUty of Boxing and Ar- raigned Civic Officials aljao, May ot the lo- cal ralntbterF, In their sermons to- hi, referred to tbe death or Mc- Carty, the trend of their talt; being that a fiiiort so bmtal as to cause tbe death of a man, and which was with- out toe Pale of the law, should be sun- pressed. One minister was most severe In Ms 'arraignment of tbe and civic officials for permitting boiing bouts to be staged in Calgary. American Cleveland 1'hlUdeliilila Washington L'bicago Boston Ue'.Toit SI. Louie New York Club Batting ft H 210 I OS f, 97 115 SI SS SB Pet. U .CIS U K ,'.'i.' 31 .2M !3 .JO 4J .Hi 31 .J3S 29 .315 Sailor Jones fought twenty rounds to a draw in tbe local roller riut. This was "tbe second time these lao have fought with'the same result. The bout WBS a good fait one all Ihe way through. Rogers weighed In at 170. Jones 160, but what the latter lacked in weight he ffiade np on .There were several terrific rciinds, but neither fighUr, could land a hay- maker. J. DoinbrcEky refereed. Higford, ?s Dixon. ci glehart, Tn Gorrill. p Siotf, D.ickttt. If riffiii, Ib Simmons, rf c AB R H PO A E .Vray, c....... "Jh....... Uicarr.ond, cf Campbell.-ri..... ss Meiers, Ib...... G. Moore, 3b J. Moore, p..... -AB R II PO A B 0 13 2 0 0 0 2 n o o Other events were: Pony Jaci Scotl DavU. 100 Yards' A. F. Cum- ming, Dianjond City; I, M. Xoble, Iron Springs. 320 Yards' -M. CAST GLOOM .OVER CITY Rbyals Defeated the Vancouver La- crosse Team Xcw Wcstminsler, B. May 25. iamovis Minto Cup learn is a way in the front in the 1913 profcssiocal lacrosse series on thr coast- Ten thousand spectat- ors turned out on Victoria Day at tjuen's Park anil wali-hrrt the world's chainfR outplay the Vancou- in three o'Jt ol four quar- ters and nin by a score, of S to 3. 31 3 0 27 l.etbbridg'e; 2.'A. I'. Gumming, Dia- rhoorl'-Clty, Ltdies' Logan; 2, Mrs. Girls' DuEkey; 2, Jfary HeJen Home, Race (under Geoige 3, Sttve Bosch. 'Sack Gco.-ge Ander-'O.T; 1, Angus Patterson. Toree-Icggcd George An- derson and Benson: 1, Angus Patterson and -MarceHe Danscoine Diamond City r. O. 0. Y. team trqn from Coalbyrat miners and Diamond City miners. The "chain gang" natura.Ky found a rape easy. The day wound up with an enter- (aiaraint fc the Echool audfforium presented by Ihe Dramatic society, which delighted the large audience. The programme was not only enter- taining, hut was presented with great skill. H reflected tbe utmost credit on all concerned. Inlercit Was Centred on Fight In Cal' gary and Fatality Had Us Effect Calgary, May Vic toria. Day brought the finest weather here for some time. A cloudy monv ing was succeeded by bright warm sunshine, and everyone took advan !age, Urge picnics to Banff wilh the Oddfellows and the Citizen's Band. -Many of the stores remained open, and will celebrate the holiday on Monday, instead of Saluniay: The Interest of tbe day centred in the big light, and its tragic ending cast a gloom over the city. Chrwholiu, hiitury ol this lite town was there a better sprnt holiday or more iojable program o! events put on ihau oa Victoria day. There- was a big crowd m frn-ji the surrounding country and all day long there was something doing all the time.- Tr.c managers o! the day snowed their. wisJoni in cot bringing in baseball learns from a dibUwc to provide the entertainment. Teams in Ihe country district tributary to Clares- bolm were on the program, in- creasing the IriendsWp between tonn asd country, and lifef wise bringing in the country people for the demon- stration. In the morning there was a krenlj' contested Iwll game between Clear Lake nine and Clareshulm, thelown >oys ionics out 3 io 6. In the aiternoon the Xanlon untors and the CJaresholin juniors plijfd a splccdid 5torc tiling 4 to 3 in Nanton's favor. In the there was another ;arue between Cl.iresholni and 3 Individual Sattert Who Have Pliyed in tO or More Games ar.d Hive a Percentage ol .250 or Over1 G H SIS Tct. C'obb, Uelvoit It 1? 6 .tSS Henriksen. Bos li 8 1 All Bchdeftr. Wash Iff S 1 .414 Collins, Phila 22 55 10 Mi Jackson, Cleve 27 41 .423 l.ajole, Cleie..... 25 31 .356 Speaker, Uoston 2C 33 .355 Veaci, Detroit 21 26 3 .317 Schalk. Chicago 2B 8. .314 Dubuc, Detroit H 11 0 .333 Mullln. Detroit 12 7 0 .331 Sbottou, St. L. la-'3i e .311 Blrmlr-xbam, Cleve 31 27 1 ,.110 0. Williams. St. U. i? 54 5 .309 J. Colliw. Cbicaso 2S M 8 ,1W Schallcr, Chicago 56 6 .304 D. Johnston. 27 33 5 .300 Mpeller, Wash. 23 26 12 .296 Stov-all, St. L. BIG BASEBALL TRADE New York. -May -New York and Cincinnati clubs of the National League today completed a deal where- by the Giants gave Pitcher I.eon Ames, outfielder Jos. UerCore, and in- fielder Groh to the Kefe, In exchange for pitcher Fromme. dow Creek, thc score being held down to big league proportion, the. oijds favoring Clncesholin, 3 to 2. r'OOTUALL, TOO During the afternoon Stav'cK and battled for football hon- ors, ar.d, the result was a tie. Ntither team-were able to overcome the' Gibraltar-like deSencfs and tlcvcr ,oat keeping. There was also a lengthy program of running races and jumping con- lesW v.hieh eicited keen competition, and were thoroughly enioyc'd by the big throng oi spectators.. One of the features of the day was a horse race in which several of the best pacers of the district competed n a three-heat race. Charlie Hooth's "Trixr" VtOti thc- race, OlisT "Mal- dy" second, ar.d another lloo'.h en- try third. Thnc ar.d Clardue-r, floston 23 Lord. Chicago n. 33 Morgan. Wash 22 K Engle, Boston 23 21 Gandil, Wish 17 18. Derrick, X Y. 10 10 Shanis. Wash 13 25 22 24 Wolter, N. Y. 2d 'U H art tell. N. Y, K 26 liorto.i; CWcaja 22 Griney, Cleve 2i 2S A.'Vi'llilams. Waeh, 10 -T MSian, Wash 23 26 Oldring, Phlla -1 26 Boston. C5 JJ B. Murphy, Phlla.. 22 81 Cimpmnn, Cleve 27 ?5 Cree; New-York 25 24 Hooper'..Boston 26 Brief, St. 16 10 24 28 26 BukeV, Phila......2i.32 ThoniaE, FWlm 13 10 Dabieis, N. Y. 19 16, 3ir IS. 25 '24 Wallace, St. I.. 39 H Cranford, Detroit 2S 2S 4 There was a lively bucking contest, which, as usual, caused im- mense amusement. OVERSEAS OUTCLASSED THE MACLEOD ELEVEN SATURDAY i.elhbridgc sports acquit- crr.vcflet' with the net had he not ted themselves well on Sa.ltKfl.jy. The h'cn thc jot, hul tf-.ey came so Overseas had no difficulty in van- last that two managed to by quislnng thc ilaclecd aggregation, him. Mackod'slellhack, Haircl, star- and scored iout goals to Slacleod's red lor the visitors, with a stubborn National PitttbUTg s St. Lo'iia Cincinnati Now York Brookbn Chicago Boston Philadelphia Individual Sitter. Who PJayecf In 10 or More Games and Have Pcrcentlje of .250 or Ovtr Score by innings: Warner......... Letfcbrldse........ Summary: Two-base'hit, Duckett; home run, Eeictenbecher; double plays Dison io Seidenbccher to ere; struck out, br GorrlM by .Mo II: base on balls, Gorrill I: hit pitcher, by Jtoore I; passed ball, g 5 L'jker: sloltn Wray, Evans 3, Richmond 2. Campbell, I.uker 2; um- pire, McCarty. not repeated the con- Hut gettiTig the ftrsl man on didn't 'Warner aiiHhinfi: thy three o'j a? the only one to do anjthlng for WARNER LOST- AT MACLEOD I i IB ibsir flm limij at tot. He singled and Btolc A Near Scort came the nearest to storlri to the aecoad lanfaxi (ban in any tioie. during the game. Scott zol on thiough a mishap and DJckeit follow- ed with a [sro-base hit to ris't. sultcrcil two ileffats last ucek in Ihf mslrict baseball league. Thfj a' "Mlcocl en Kriday afid Ihcn on Io I.clhhfidge for their Miday game IV result at VscIcoJ was, Mactcod II, Warner 7. Knglcnarl pitched siv inning 'or W'ainfr aid was h> Kcolt. Hke- tvisr Uiilcd Ihe same of in- nhps a? Knglrliart ar.d vvas relitveil 'n aftemptln? to score T aught at The v, ns n tie in thc second 3 io ihsn Macleod mad? lour hifs in tie third arul scnrrd tlirtft tuns, r They made sr.othir ri-n on one hit in tfo fnurtli. [juUing thorn fovr til- 13 the pTate, Campbell malting a bird o! a Oirov acme, went oat in short -order in their half of the ECCrai- V Locals Score ttt sifely (or Warner In third stole, but the. neit lies ali the sixth, Warner rljdti't score, thev until runs off a1, many Juts. They J the perforrnante in the seuirth and tijil the score. Macltod won the game in Uie eighth on hits and errors, scoring four Marner riMn'l score atter thc seventh. UHOLUHLL ro'Jnil itfo- The latter wccc cotn-Iclcly outclassed by the Overseas in earn work, although they. onsidrrafilc individual form-Macleod won thc toss, taking ad-vanlage ol Ihe freeze. They snou'cd ip well in the first ten or fittcen minutes of play, but after Ikennan Ifa it was easy lictidg tor thc Seas, Brennan scoring another goal after a sensational bonibatdmcnl of the visitors' goal, ttit Ihe wind in their favor, the had no irouble in cinching tbt- game in (lie second periort, hy doiifcling the score- Wood, thc Mac-te'i 1 succeeded in stopping semal shots that wotvM of his goat. t-Urer.nan, the Keas1 centre, put up a brilliant exhihilion soccer throughout thc (janif. f The lme-up was as lollouK 1 Wood, soal XesbiLt and 1 liaird, Hibhy, nr.d 1 Shaw, half Mcf.'al- I lum, Dunn and Thomson, lorwarOs. He-will, goal Patterson and Ilorne, 1 Uanrerroan, hall f Sirr1" Brcr.nan, and liron-j, r forwards. Referee J. lloslou li 19 .111 Detroit 15 21 St. l.ouis li 2.3 .175 New York IO 22 Committed at Ball Park, slaughter of the innccer.ts took rlaco nt Lhc AUiletlc Par'K on the holiday morning when Ihe tipper dorm -lory basetail nine of the C.A the cartf] with the tlor-initory and Lied 3 on [heir vlcllmu labelled 25 to 12. l A feature of the fisme was fielding at short. He ficIO I ed as graceful a-, a (Jib son gLrt ,balted like a frojan, bcsUlca being :r 1 regular will-o'-ln'c-'R'i.ifi ragging U 'around Ihe baaoa Too had he PAT o.i (he losing U safd the game would be for blood. It Jiliiy Ragan tried to bat a ball v.jih Ws note and Juat a pint of eore from sleui to stern and showed them no .tncrcy, Mat fobnson cuiiwwd to him fnHeil to get the support his pitching destined. In the lai-t hung1 out the Indian steii and reUevcd from further pitching responsibilities by Shannon, -who iwiilrd like n aflrc until he got Ijeancd. There-i TlMlKll, The plajtr.i: ScaTth. Kennj .Mcllyw, tllcc anr Carlle, -lolinslon, McXab, Shannon, McATthur, lennings, IJuch- I..H. C. DEFEATED NORTH WARD IN CITY LEAGUE MATCH FRIDA The secnnd game of the schedule o llio Clly Haseball Uagite was j-lajn f'Tiday evening at Ihe ball park, the I. H. C. romping off thc even ing's honors from Xorlh by a oomfortalile margin, SCOFO 13 Io 1 anrl the game latter! cetcr inntugi and then calUd on ac foynt of team males settling down and helping him out, the las'ic was put on ice j The uarna hntd up as follows: 1. IT. 0 Moore, Ib; Mooro 1 ss; Camfl'dl, Jb, SI and catcher; L: I-'alrljurn if; If; Cumminga, rf, ant Hutchison, Wllh the holiday ahead and many big .mractlor.a to claim the followers of the game, the crowd was not large ai that whlrn attended the first fragile match between (heland rib Xc-.-lh Seaman, rf1, G. Si-a- man, ES; Bakos, Ib; Williams, 2b; "Munroe, "b ar.d pitcher: Gllln, If; White, tf; 1'elr.h.ik, Wade, pitcher but. This Is the tftsslon thai Score inninjs: garnered two oi Its lies. 'Green walked on four balls. An srfor'at first let Joslf Mooro on. Wray Macleoa naff 0'it to wnlro and We.) ar.d th? TV'nlte Sox. Hurr forced to lellrp from Eoih team? wtff sailing on In tW'd InnlnsJ. Davidson ml- fJ.II K np io fourlli. In Iticlr haltislitullng. going in to 030 OdJ 200- 8 1 j oflhls the I.H C. shot a broad- j taltlt. off sscond making It. out. Evans ca'uu up md a 2J31000IX-I1 D !ni0 thth. oi.ponenu which took Warner i toe laller o'J Iktlr anil securn! Kcolt ar.J L'lkcr, jfor Hie formpr runs x? Batterirs: Murphy and IJavies. pitching a etronz and Swllched In tlie slxtli Innings, Thc'rcors: vn.-Ili IVsrd II. C........... hJu ml beautiful beak Flightlv bent. perhaps foievtv. Gage Shannon also Is earryirjg a hero's bump. He. v, beaned whllt he rlept at his poii In' pitcher's box near' the grand finale 1 The Jolt only occasioned 1 anan, Wynne and Mitchell. NOTICES slumber. fmllft S. 0. E, TEAM FOR TUESDAY'S GAME r f'rler and Uolbcrlnn; iklle, Chliwlck and Dalzull; Ht5l- lie rtvitcd a i ]iis lips ar.d continual tiis rliitfcs. Another mlAhaji vvns