Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBRIDCJE DAILY HERALD Tuesday, May 11, 1913 OUTCUSSED BHEIi Jury Rendered Verdict of Accidental Death at Calgary Local Ball Team Had Things Their Own Way on Op- ponents Own Lot Yesterday HOW'THEY STAND Won rWanier Lost PcL 0 J.WO 2 '3 Is making a. Jn District Baseball league. Yester- the team went to Jladeod TOH Its ttird Tictory, (ailDg a fall cut o? tte home teem, 13 to 5. Wat lace TVteeler handlmg hat iphere alocff with (or Macleod trm was on tbe rocts an end he was no ojyetcry for the Lethbridge bats-men, uho dcoie him to In the third Innings. Well; succeeded Dim. and no better, and ha got his in and sufficient naimer. bad it cm both of opposing boimcn and pitched la Calvary, May death is iho verdict of the jury wMch Ini the death of Luther Mc- Cany, chawplou pugil- ist, who died In the ring Saturhay afternocu after less lUaa two min- utes cf fighting with Arthur Pelkey. Ths jury was uasWe to fix the re- spocEibllitr for the death of McCarty aad eicr.trated. Fdfcey. This does' not tcean that Pelkey's as far as this unfortunate ir Js concerned, are at an end. It Is understood to be the purpose of the crowu to arrest him on a lor chsrje of manslaughter. Billy McCarcer, MeCarfy's acd Eddie Smith, sporting editor of the who refer- ceij tte fisht, will be asked to sive tbe authorities assurar.ce Ihit they will be here when the taatter cornea uu for trial. It is possible that Mo Carr.ey ivill furnish bonds and return to tbe United Stales. W. n. Hearst's Ctteio. wpresenta- tlvt has adrlECd Smith to remain In Calgary until the cilter is disposed cf. The lesltaoay of the surgeons who eriormcnl the autopsy was to the effect that the lertcirie- ot Mccarty's neck had been dislocated. A medical e-ypert, called ia by the defer-c, testified that this disloca- '..'-u could have been caused in some former MeCarcer. McCarly's man- ager, while sivlug his testimony, broke down and cried like a baby. RIVERS READV TO BOX WILLIE RITCHIE Los Angeles. May Levy, manager ot Joe Rivers. Barry, the Amer- ican champion, in a tout bifcre the National Sporting club of Londcu, on December 6, 1507. Bob Fitzslcimcca knocked out Con Renrdon in an exhibition bout at Syra- cuse, X.Y., some >ears ago, and Rear- don never-recorertd consciousness. Owen Moras, the English light- weight, killecl Tborois McCarthy with a blow in a bout at San Francisco in 1910. Other deaths'in San Francisio iuelude: Harry Tenney. wbo alofl after a BfiStBnLUnBltS 10 L- P.O. 14 '.SIS 16 .523 11 .53J 17 .S14 15 .457 IS .379 25 .2SS National I CAME UP HtOM BEHIND Brooklyn, May three run lead was not enough for Brooklyn to beat Philadelphia today, slio league leaders coming from behind in the eighth with the lying run and win- ning out in the nth by an S to 5 score. Brooklyn made a dying rally but could set only run although the first three men up singled. Phibdelpbia............ S 1C 3 BroAlju.............. 5 S 3 Seatou, Alexander and Kllllfer; Stack, Allen, Vingling and Miller. "American Philadelphia Cleveland Washington Chicago Boston Detroit St. Louis New York W. L. P.O. J3 10 .553 31 12 .667 15 31 17 2i 9 34 .576 .511 Ail .417 .415 .273 WON GAME IX FOURTH Boston, Hay York scored ;even runs in the fourth inning of to- day's game and defeated Boston 7 to 2. James was liit hard ill that inning ind was succeeded by Kudolph, who the Giants to two singles. Lord's double In tbo third Inning drove- In the'locals' two runs. New York............. 7 13 5 Boston................ 2 5 anjuBrd and Meyers; James, Hu- dolph and Whaling. clash Frankie Keil in 1905; Jim- my Frarrey, who diea frcm the -rfsnlt of the blows ol Jimmy O'Connell In 1300; "Ginger" who ives victim of Kenneth's pa-ch ten: Kansas City Columbus Loulsrille .Association W. L. i'.C. 32 16 .579 years later. JniKanif olis Toledo .553 .556 .553 .500 .471 bate on balls, Evans' single and a passed allowed Lethbrltige, to.score in the first innings. Macleod' didn't come over tie plate Ia their half. A couple" of errors and a play to catch a runner oJf second base was responsible for Lethbridge making sn- other score ia the second. Maclcod blanked in this, innings too. iWfcealer.-lngUd with Evans and Ricn- aond on'in tbe third and two more runs came plate for Leth- bridge. Macleod mado its nrst run in the third when Powell singled, stole second and scored on a hit by Lali- Greed singled in'the fourth and allowed in on a pissed ball, mak- ing the vjiltors' fifth run. Bad field- ing' let Fields and Davies OD the bases In Macleo4'E> half of the, fourth, and a-wlld heave Into the bleachers by let the first runner goihome unmolested'arid the second 'came'la on a sacriaca fly. Evana singled in the fifth and bor- rowed'all tie bases, and fina'lly steal- tne toW'' Campbell walked and was scored by a two-base hit by Whteter Madecd cHdn't have a look'in In their iaK of the fifth. Tho game was put ice In the sixth. Wacleod blew up fa this innings and let the visl BCOTC ihred rtms on. errors ana" heavy BALL PLAYERS FRATERNITY RISING POWER IN THE GAME (By W. J. McBeth) i New York, May power1 irises in organised ball, clamoring for :ertsio long neglected rights. This is he Baseball Players' Fraternity, or- ganized less than a year ago under the wise direction of David Pultz, a prom- ueat lawyer of New York, and in his tay one of'the greatest outfielders in be big league.' The fraternity already embraces-SCO members, practically all of the players of the two major lessues fertalniy all that amount to any- hitting two had th Lethbridge scored one in the 5evaath aad two in the eighth, while their rivals made ono in each of these Innings. Here the game was called on account of darkness. Tbe score- Macleod ...'.........C0I 5 Wneeler and Murphy, Wells and Davles. Umpire McCarty; all once 600; time 205. Watch the papers for the i game in tho league. 15 IS .455 n 25 .524 TOO DARK TO PLAV PHfcburg, May and Cincinnati game called in first on ac- count of darkness. Chicago-St. Louis postponed. American TOOK ONE Al'IKCE Philadelphia. Sley Amtri- o I-cagum indulged in their first laWe-bcnder of Ike sea-'on tcday nnd even -a-ith WafhioglOD. Pbiladel- liia tvon the first, 1 lo 0, and gton the sccono, 0 to In tno nrst am6 wild throws by Groom and Lil t In two runs. Two runs in the filth ere also tns result-of a wild throw y Gaudil. Honck held tlie visllors nlcss but he was fiequently in light acps. There nothing to the game but Walter Johnson. He tched for seven intitogs, acd with 'ashinglon far In the lead he was illeved by Bortllog. asbinslon............. 0 3 3 Groome. Boohling and Harry; Wil ams, Houck and Lapy. 9 13 hlladelpbla............ 2 Jobnson, noehling and AiuEniith; upp, Pennock and GOOD PITCHERS' BATTLE New Vora, May ot tb.' champs, won a pltcber's battl oiiay and New York lost 4 to 1. Both edicnt and McCcnnell were vers lective, only 25 men facing Btdien !ter tlia first inning. oston...... 3 7 lew York 1 4 Bediunt and Carrlgan; iicConue] nd Sweeney. thing. It is but-a matter of a very start time until the Baseball Players' fra- ternity branches out U) Include tbe minor leagues as well. Acd as power lies In force of numbers it becomes will shortly be in a position lo force iho reco'gnition' it 'rightfully deserves. There is', absolutely DO idea ot union- ism in the fraternity. Hather the asso- ciation for a strict interpreta- tion :of the laws covering organized baseball.' But, the organization pro- poses to see that laws and regulations shouid ba.falrly applied, that tto mas- nates thall not.be favored one whit over the and file of players who have built-up arid made tbe great game the, popular sport which it is. "Get'plscft on Commission no' doubt, player; wlll_ tmve Eoine.ieoresontatlon on tbe Xa-j tional comoifEsion, the supreme court of the laws governing the game. This is no more than fair. At present the favor it most be said that on the whole i toe work of the National commission hss been above reproach. There have been instances of discrimination when discrimination was to the btatMnter- ests of magnates in general. Tbe Base-ball Players' Fraternity Is a most admirable organization and Is very likely lo result iu great good to the game. Playing managers are ex- cluded from membership. Its chief aim Is mutual pro! cell on. It Intends to work along harmonious line with or- ganized baseball government. U lield aloof from the controversy between Cobb and the Detrojt club, maintaln- Northwestcrn W, L. P.O. at 15 .615 23 15 .335 18 16 .529 Victoria 20 19 .513 la .i 1C 24 .401) Spokane 15 26 .366 International ROYALS HEAT LEAFS Jloiitreai, Slay beal Toronto 6 to 2 today In their Oral meeting His season. Smith pitched a tiutout game wnile the Royala lat timely and ran tbe bases i n Graham. 'orpnfo 2 lohlreal'... 6 Goullat and Grabaia; Smith Burn's. ing that its chid purpose the NAMES OF THOSE WHO WERE LUCKY IN NOSING .OUT VICTORY Rochester 2 5 Buffalo............... 3 12 Hughes and Williams; Mains an tmiii'. Icney City .'i....... 3 5 "rorldcnce............. .2 11 Dai Is, Brandon and Blair; La Ute and Keclier. Cljresnolin, May 31. The observation and not negotiating of contracts. It haa no objection to tbe _____ so-called "yoke" of the reserve by tr.c Park Association were but it hoses to establish somo sense' today attended by about 700 people of equitable justice in observation of and were irmch enjoyed. There contract anl some limit at least to baseball matches' in which Clares- the reserve Xow tho magnate holm deal both Meadow Creek and most exciting 'Ol ______............ _ lav .cr won in the tenth innings'by 2 runs. At football .Claresholm and Kewart............'... 2 11 Baltimore.............. 4 10 Bell and Higgles; Roth and Egai Xorthcm Winnipeg 4; Grand Fcrks 3. Superior fi; Duluth 5. Virginia a: MlnneapollB 4. Paul, no game, rain. TWO HOME HUNS SL Louis, May Louis wo; ninth-inning victory" today vne Jrlef, batting for Maisel, sent a rolle Bush that scored Austin. Th ases were full." Detroit had tied th ;ame in their half of the ninth. S xniia made two of its four runs homers, both Austin aad John ling the bsll into the right, flEl >I each ere. Detroit 3. t i it Louis............... 4 ,C 1 Hall nod Stanage; T.'eii- mann, KJawKter and Alexander. Chicago-Cleveland, postponed on ac- count of rain. Calgary, Alls., urns, heavjjielghl chauiplou liel nt the. TsorW been taXeu uto eustody ou a cliargo ot man- eMor In connection the death Luther McOarty hero Saturday, urns tho protiictgr of the- bout t Manchester arena between 1'elkcy nil McCarty. Hail is now being arsd will likely be set at OEt, as In thevcase ol Pelkey, who Is iso under a similar ebargo. IvlHey arraigned at tho Itoyal Xorlbwest lounted Police bsrrv.cfcs this morning nd pleaded not guilty lo tho charge ot .nslangbter. Ills preliminary near- r.r is now proceeding. Billy McCar- ey, MeCaitya ruanagor, was tho first and rractfcally guve the eamo ostimony as aX tlie inuuesl last night. 3dd> Smith, ol Chicago. tUe retcrca c-i tho bout, is now on stand." WORLD'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS St. Andrews, Scotland. May chinldt beat D. Stoner, Crowther, of .oudou, by four up and to play. Douglas beat Fowlls'of St. And- rew's by Jivo up and llireo to play. :nsleo .lost to C. P. Yeomans. ot tha rtoyal North Devon Club by three up and two to play. Frederick Roosevelt Scovell ot kVasbington D.C., tost lo Wliliam Rob- ertson of tho Droughty Ferry Club, by three up and two to play. The only Canadian entrant, Jaek- Eon Walton, lost to Hestor Stevens, of the Hoyal Cinque Ports club by six up anrl five to play. MEDICINE HAT STICK IT THROUGH Hustled Some More FInancss and Team Will Continue in Western Canada League Medtclno Hat-wHl stick in the West- ern Canada baseball league. This n'as the Information'given President Gray nnd other members of the board ol control at a meeting today, Thg board could not sec their "way clear to t ake any.changa In financial .enU as tbo-loefll club requested, EO icy bustled aro.nnd and got the re- ulreJ amount guaranteed to seo them iroush (he season, ar.d decided to Icfe. WESTERN CANADA _ LEAGUE GAMES the reserve Xow tho magnate ueai DOIU JIMUUX -u." has the power to hold a player for (Clear Lake, but the most escitir life or to release him on 10 days' was between Claresholm schoi tice. The player has no redress and and Nanlon school, ill -nntcn tire la must accept the linns triumvirate is made up of a National He can gc league club owner nnd the' two preai-t with a chant ,gue cii dents' of the major leagues. Should Salaries The fraternity hopes to be able in time to adjust salaries on. a fir more sensible basis. Last year a player da the Pittaburg team .was signed up lor JSOO. He had no say. in the matter. in the farce club, v.-as draw- lag "Wagner may have been twelve times the more valuable asset, yet a player who U worth no more tnau ?SCfO should not be. In the bts can get wore in the ice of development as lollops In their i at the sume time. ROBT. DAV1ES CLASSY- STRING OF-HORSES AT TORONTO MEET NOW ON Stavely played a draw, 1 goal flie hutse taees and sports rtsultsd Race, Walk; Trot and Oal- Sharpies' 1, A. K Sharpies' Ciss '2. 4 ran Hoys' Pony tiace A. Sharpies' Xancy 1, Oden DergV King 2. 4 ran. Trot to Saddle, One Mile4A. Mc- Kay's Lena 1, A. Sharpies' Ciss 2. 5 started. Open Pooy Race A. Sharpies' Nancy t, C. LusMa's Qucenie in. Lady's Sharpl-s' Flos- sie, walk-over. Quarter Jlilc D.isfi-J.' Smith's Cy- clops J, C. Lushia's Quccnie 2. 5 ran. 4( Furlongs, opcn-J. H. Watt's Cloud 1, J. Smith's Cyclops 2. 4 ran. Farmfrs' Trot IK. .Vaxusll's Dxrtcf 0. Ueil's )Joi................'.......... 3 3 I. Thomas' Nameless 2 Open Harness Class C. Booth's Sip 1 1 J. Ellis' (.'idoae 1 2 J. K. MoBJU's Xip 3 Foot Uace'.s St.n Tt.s, 50 yards-J. U. Watt. 75 Varus, Vainais. 100 Vattls, Hrmvn. 108 Yards, under .50 Yards, BoiS under 10 Caldwcll. 50 Yards, Girls under id-Mary Ed from left to Usher, 2 year old; Spring Kald, Dr. Ne'.t and Liberty risll. Jockey Warnng'.on, il on TfieK horwt are to do big thinjs the coming Spokane 1; Vancouver 0, Portland-Seattle, no game, iain. Tacoma-Vlctorla, rain. Association tlllwaukec............. 3 9 Minneapolis.............1 4 Slajraika and Mogridge end Smith. Louisville-Indianapolis, postponed, rain, two games today. No oiher games scheduled. A KiCB CHOWD Saskatoon, May In a nip and tuck battio tho Quakers dcfciied tho Edmonton Grey Birds before 3SOO fans this atterr.oou, 6 lo 3. The featured by bard hilling of both teams Edmonton getting 12 and Saskatoon 8 hits. Tho score: Saskatoon 6 8 1 Edmonton 3 )2 Mannlae ac-d Dickinson and Spencer, I1EOIKA WINS A GAME Hegina, May Hcglua brofco its losing streak at the expense ol Cal gary today, thanks to good pitching by and a timely three-bagge by Steppo, who raopod out a Jons hit In the fifth with the bases full Tho stoio: Berlin C; London 2. HamJHon 2; iiranttord 1. Ifnmllion 10; Urantforc) 2. tluclrh G; 1'elerboro 0. St. Thomas C; Otlciv.a S. Thomas ID; Otian-a 0. Hegina CaJgary Dcers and Roche. .4 3 ML'Cil HOOTIXO OF IJALI. Medicine. Hal, May pitch cd good ball and was given good sup port today and .Moose Jaw heat Ih Mat 7 to 3. Tho locals booted the pi considerably and their Inability to h with men on bases nearly earned fo them, a shut out. The score: Moose Jaw.......... 7 1C Morllcine lint'............3 8 Sleelo and Moore; Hurlty i Trosh. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM AT EDMONTON SOOb Kdmonton, May him- dred dollar? has been guaranteed by the Crfnket league for the entertainment of th.e lo'irftig Auslrai- lan who Kill pby nt Dla- mpnd Park tiere, .Tune S imd 4. Victor Tjutnper, one of the greatest criclifit- cti the acrid1 has tver seen, probably wilt captain the visiting team. Kdmon- ton the only city Ir. Alberta to ha vlslltd on the eastern (rip by the Australians, wbo will go (rora here 75' Yards, Oirls 10 to IS Edith bush. Fat Man's Race- -J, OiUdln- 50 Yards, Married Ladles Mrs. 220 Brown. l CalchlnR the Oreasy Pig Dead heat between I.ee Elgin, H. Larkin and M. Wall, tnslr solo appearance in tfee proyincs'of Saskatchewan. The flist natch in Canada vrlll be plascd In Victoria on May 28. The visitors will be entertained at a public reception and the evening of June'3, when Mayor Wm tho numbers ot his catfvct I BETTING ON THE DERBY ragsnour Now Going at 9 to traordinary Short London, Slay his cnsationa! win in the Newmarket takes last Wednesday, Mr.'Dower smay's colt. has been acled down to S to 1 (or the Derby, shortest price favorite a fort- Iglit before .tlie race in a summer o! ears. Oilier .current quotations are follows ilr. Hilton's S 1; ftie French colt Kirofcus, and Raphael's Louvers, 8 to 1 nnd TJe RotliscIiHrt's Day Comet, Lord [oberry's True, and J. B. Noel's Ha- iant, cacli at 25 to 1. PRINCE ALBERT MEET List of Entries In the Early Closing Events of the provincial memhora of.the legislature find pr sldenti of the various amateur ath- etic 'organizaUons will he there to Tho address of welcome will be given by Major Short. alloas will be sent to prominent cricketers throughout ine western pio. vinces. "ArransemtniB have been corr.plol- eci to give tho 'Cornstalks' a genuine wtstftn talc! M. n. Gamble, secretary of the league, "and we are looking forward to their visit with pleasure. We feel, too, that tho com- ing of the Australians will stimulate the garM in thla part of tho country. .'art more than active cricketcri In Edmonton and as many moro In other 'parts of the dtafeicl and are looking for good rtsnils." Race No. 1 lomplcr, J. Alta- P. Alfca., rsoa, K. Sask, McCan, J. Jaw, Sask. .1. Alta. Russell, Calif. U'hltc, W. Sound. Onl. Wfftlns, Albert, Sask. Race No. 9 2.15 raco or 2.19 Dompicr, J. Alia. Hill, Bi Ings. f. Alia. McCIaln, J. A1U. Murray, Mont. Smith, P. ;Mta. Tyrien, .M, Albert, Sask. Race No. 6 2.13 McCIaln, .1. Hoss, II. Jnw, Sask. Jtussell, Calif. Tyncn, M. C.-Prlnce Albcri, Wright, Albert, Sask, THE PERFECT SHOE FOR SUMMER SPORTS ASK YOUR DEALOt.