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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETTtBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, May TALKS OF NEGRO CHAMPIONS AND WHITE HOPES Sons Now Occupy Top Position in Goal Shot Poorly but were Opposed by Strong Defence Tbe Sons ol Knjland j' d 7. Bolh Arthur world i! some further action were Pelkey and Tomm'v Burns v.ero call- js one of plain ei( to stand trial on charges-ut The question oi yvhc- in connection with the the contest'was a boxing bou.t death of Luther McCarly here Sat- or a prize Hght is not concerned. As preliminaty hearing today was idcn- i'ai pcrfectiv ).wtul one or it STANACE THREW GAME AWAY St. Louis, May pitch- Ing for St. Louis today, won a pitch- er's battle from Detroit, 3 to 2. Zsm- loch pitched good ball, but Stanage was wild on throning to second. 2 6 3 St Louts............ ..3 51 Zamloch and Stanage; Mitchell and Agnew. Cbkago-CleveUnd, postponed, rain. tical to that given at the inquest yesterday. Inspector Uulius, R.N.W. .M P., who presided at the prelimin- Vhaling. Second garni York'.... Tesresii, CANADA, LEAGUE GAMES Sleyers; Per- '_ FINISHED IN yas. a gi would haie hecn presented hy cd police. I maj say that I liavo given a thorough' study to fighting ary hearing, granted both men bail -m (hc Burns arena ccr in the sum of to appear lot' could not he called a prize- trial when called upon. Ed. W. I fight! A pfhe fight is a light v.-ith Smith, of Chicago, who telereed the J larc knuckles. In this case seven bout, and Billy McCarney, manager olmce homing tloies Mere used. I had of McCarly, were bound in the these .weighed to mate sure of that, sum cash to appear as wit- it could not be said in any wny to nesses at the trial, were'forthcoming as All tl.e bonds DC a prj71; nght. soon as tho j "if the people ui Canada want court adjourned. Neither 1'elkcy nor: these bouls stopped, the only thing Burns offered any defence. No ar-1 to do is to have the parliament of rangements have yet been made Ior; Canada alter, the lav governing the the tila! o! the two men but it is anJ prevent, paid admissions probable that a special sitting of tho-hetag charged for. boxing conlcsls, tupreroe court will Lc arranged. and hence remove" Ihe Inducement for Supt. Deane in an interview toilay 1 professional boxers to come here. At denied that the encounter at the tho present nothing cart be done. Du Manchester arena was a prize fight, for a minute that 1 claimeil io have studied Ibe tout would have stood" by and aMowrd Philadelphla-BroplilTn giino poit- ned, rain. Pittshurs-Cincinnati game postpon- ed, rain. v T 'for a few .'.snin-s; and Ihca and was quite certain of his Ihese'bouls lo go on had they tame for a tew .innings, ana men a thfentening thunderstorm hroke. The ground. the arrest winch contrary to law? And Captain i _ Hainn cairl llfnTia'c OTP.W All 11C triUlCnaitt.. Minor Games International Newark 3 Baltimore 2 and Biggins; llcTigue, Bills SlorrUette ana Ejan. It 7 Jersey City Providence.......... Thomson and Blair; 0 4 Stone 3 7 an Branks proved heller water dogs, gathering four runs in the first of the sixth while Reglna secured a single in a steady downpour. Calgary secur- ed two more iu the seventh and tiien he umpires called0 tha game, Reglna.................222 JO 2 Rankin end Davidson; Meyers and ?ocae. FORD SCORES SHUTOUT Saskatoon, May recently of the Edmontnn team, shut out his former team partner? today to tho tune of C to 0. Ford was In great form. He was a liltle wild at times, iour of the Birds, but he in- variably, tightened up at critical stages and Sept Iho Imaoera kissing the. sacks. He Struck out eight bats- he orderaVSupt. 'Deane said "Public opinion demands that there be a thorough investigation o! this matter. After the ridiculous verdict broiight in by the coroner's" jury last night Calgary" would Lo made a laughing stock in the eyes ot tone grew is no doubt about the lawfulness oi the bout, but that docs not alter the- fact that it is clearly out duly lo "lay a charge of manslaughter, and have the responsibility ol the death frecil. Sold by aU first class dealers.cafes and clubs Defended Championship Tille Against Jip it Ntw York Latt Night New York, May Hoppe tuccesifullr defended his wwld'a bll .lard champlcnshlp title at Inch oalk line, two shots In, against tbe challenger, Yamada, of Japan here night, the score being 50f to 330. Hoppe, In tbe second inning, mad run of US cf the most ma-iterl: billiards ot which he Ss capable. HI besl work "was seen in h's final ru of 51, wher, he played freely Ibroagh O'Jt, PLUG THE ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO.LIMITED P.O. :Eattle U 16 the visitors to three lonely hits, atkatoon 6 10 'dmonton 0 3 Ford and Walters; Biers and Spcn-er. MOOSE JAW" 6; HAT 3 v'aacouver 2? 15 .603 Dortlar.d 19 16 .543 Victoria 20 20 .500 Tacoma 17 21 .415 Spokane 15 27 postponed, wet troircds. Toronto-Monlreal, postponed, rrounoa. PELKEY AND M'CARTY COMPARED UNDER THE TAPE PELKEY 205 ftl Weight 205 In.'.... Height 74 In. 75 In Reach In. Ntck 18 In. In. Chest, expanded 39 In. Ctieit, contrived 3% In. In. Chejl, 41 In. In Wallt 32H 14 In Blcepc In. 26 In Thigh .16 In. Calf In, In Wrlsl IK In. 9% in Ankle 9 balls, three hlls, one for eitra lasts, gave Moose Jaw four runs to-ay and put the same on ico for them, 'hey won by a S-2 score. Norlhni pitched good ball, allcming five hit; Jr.J, who relieved Proarn at the cot of the fourth, WM efiectlve, and held hft visilors down. Hughes; Burns Smilh. and Krilchell; nieger and and Moore; Brown, and Bliss. 1 6 Northrop and Clements; and Clark. Tolecio-Columbus, postponed, CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES AT ST. ANDREWS St. Andrews, Scothnd, May The American players did well today in tbe second and third rounds of the amateur golf championship tournament. Harold of Toledo, 0.. beat Shcpperd, of the Ilentty Club, by three up am] one to play, and the third round defeated ,1. F. Jiylea, of the Hoynl Ancient Club, by three up and pne to play. ft'. Heinrich Schmidt, of WOTCMIM, MafB., heat Captain of the Royal Korlh Devon Club, uy 6 un and 5 to play, and later defeated Lassen, of Lythain, and Stannees, one oi the itrongest piayera In the north