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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETITBRIDOE DAILY HERALD Thursday, Ma.r 29, City BaserJall League Contest at Ball Park Last Night Ended 10 to 4 RECEIVE ROYAL WELCOME AND PHY ISLAND TEAK TODAY Victoria, May Australia's tourins cricketers were given a ror- PREACHEBE WHO INTIMATED THAT FIGHT WAS A MURDER- DEVELOPMENTS IN CASE Calgary, Alia May change In the course of the Alberta al welcome upon their arrival at the! govrinmtat prosecution o! the piin- capitol this afternoon. A ciuc coai-jcipats in Saturday's lat.il prizefight received Antipodean 1 was made at a hfarlng late last and they were to the Empress aijul, Tommy Uurns acd Ar- hotel in motor cars, Too much Joshua Moore proved tie imdoing of th? White Sol in a I did bliqurl was tendered the city baseball league future at the jtinguishsd spcrlsmcn. EtMetic part last nhrlu m the The Australian play their first H. C. copped tie honors by 10 to'Uatch Ht Oak Uav start- 4. Moore had the Soi eatine out of ia. 3t a.m. t ks hand nod he pUyed with his island lcam. On d s t. (routs is he pleased uaul Ihe aa an.star Dlitisll- Columbia bright ia "'U 'he itbtee tallies. The Sox died hard in .the ninth, but Moore tightened up at abe crucial moment and made a kilt- ing. The H. C. had Slick Meyers opposing thera in the box for the- Whits Soi In the first lacings the JT.' H. C, ttroujh loose fielding. Bounded o'jt enough good, tad asd diflerer.t hits to tsin the game. They i juade five scores. After that it vis n pretty even battfr. Tie f.-atures vtie the heavy hitting of Richmond, I xho polled out two three bases, and; K'oore's pitching. The score Eison, c.f. ...400100 While Soi- A.B, R. H. P.O. A. a. Vnon, c.l..... 4 Wray, c. 4 Green, 1.1. 3 Bfans, s.s. 4 ileytrf. p. Campbell, Ib. 4 JtcPiiM, 2b. 4 4 tt. Mct'hee, 3b. 4 SUFFERED FROM INJURY R CEIVED AT ICH HIS OPPONENT 2 Kew York, May 29. Slaa'slaus byiizVo, the Polish cdl- 0 o lapsed from weakness in his bp'Jl 2 .vilh George Lunch, of splen-; thuc Pelker were committed to stand dis-jtrial manslaughter in conuection the'death o! McCarty, and William McCatr.ey and Eddie Smith were released on bail each and appear as Tvit- nesses case is tried. The bsil o! 510.030 each tor the release of Pelbcy and Hums was coc- preliminary hearing given Pel- key today was brief aud the testi- mony practically a repetition ol that of the ir.QUest. The prosecutor questioned Burns, McCatney acd Smith closely regarding their connec- tion with the latal contest, but [ail- ed to draw from them ajiy ir.tima- tion that death caused by the Mow to the jaw, which, according to those uho conducted the autopsy, re- sulted in the 'dislocation of the neck aEid subsequent death N Will Continue Prosecution certain -tonight .just, ivhat step the government would neit take in connection with the case, but H. C-- G. Moore, Ib.. -5 I. 5 3b., c. 4 2b- 5 Danes, c., 3b. 5 Campbell, s. s. 5 Gumming, 1. f. 4 UeberEetziz.r-f. 4 J. Moore, p., 4 J5 4 9 24 'i s A.B. R. H. P.O. A.E. 2 II 2 1 3 5 2 2 0 3. sixteen 'minutes' ,20 secoads' wrestling, at Madison Sijuare Qar- i dta Ip.Et night. The Pole entered the u A i bis head soothed in han- _____ as the result ol an injury re- 'ceive9 in his match with Cccstint 1.8 Matin at Montreal last Saturday flight. Alter a minute's wrestling the baadages came on, showing a wound j i ojer the left temple. .H Zbysiko remained on the delusive itthroujhoul_uutil his collapse. the d referee, 'Charlev' White, reined" to" 1st the men continue. Alter several ir.lr.- 0 uUs' rest Zhysi'.o was able to irali- j to his dressing room. ;jj In hts bout with Le Marln Satur- 41 10 14 27 in o ZbvEzko, it was claimed, receir- ed a slight fracture oi the skull. Le By mit Soi ...............010 ooo o3o hits: 'Sfiden- becVer 2, Hutchison 1, Campbell 1, Green, Evan's and Meyers. Three- base hits: Richmond 2. Rases on balls by Moore, Crete and' Wray. Hit by pitcher by Moore, Ortea. Struck out-: by Moore 6 by Meyers 6.-Double plays': J. iloore to Hufch- Matin resotied to roujh tactics. I tie fight. .Ison to 0. Jfoore. Sacrifice hits URNi-9EA7S HOPPE lioi, Mar Burai knocked out Willie Hoppe in the nJnlh round of a scheduled ten- icund 10 at the Wheelmen's club here Ixt JOOKEY IS KILLED New Tori, Smiti, jsd 15, of Warrenlon. a ]ec cniiwXed with tie Wtdenw ilrt M throsD aud killed yesterday Kwclslnjf a borsa orsr tha at Bflmoct park race track. CROM OUTW3INTID MALONEY Totk, Way Leaci Cross of Nef York bad little trouble In cut- pointing Tommy of Phlte- dalphla, la a tan roncd bout here to- nlfliL Malonty fo-jglt hard but the local iijhtwtlght had the tetter rounJ. tNOLUH'CRICKET Lotidos, Mar mornlcg'iiw the clwe of the WarwIclHhire-IIamp- garae, the Warwick team win- cing by 6( rum. For Hampshire, Slead made a bard right In the second up 'magoiacent toial of HO, but the rejt.of his team mntei only macaged to gather M runs in all. 1'he Northamplon-CamDrldEE rajlch fjin came to an end this afternoon. The first earned loam scored 134 tor in the eccond .Innings, which meant tha defeat of.Cambrtdga by ten wlckeli. GOLF AMMICA'S LAIT HOPE MATPN AT, A.NDREV, 8i. Andrew's, Scotland, May 29. W. of Worcester hope, was beat en io. tie tilth round of the H. H. Hilton, of the OoH Club, al tb, 19lb ofecialsrdld ..ioT hpsitatc in statJBg tie prosecution will'be continued. Di. C-- J. vrho appeared in a medical capacity for the defend- ants, issued a statement tonight In which he declared it his heliet tnat McCarty had sutiercil his injurj' in a previous fight anil that th; slight'st ivould have causccs hib Spath. One of the deretopmtnts of the day was the suit lor crimiQal libel-filed OS' Burns-asainst the RCV..J. C.- Eer spirit that bae bira A post o opjicslle. clubs PhllR- clphla a scare'1 !uio '.Ulonal league circles In other >earh, ut DooSu'a team this yoar has .0 idence of tho wi'.ch resaged Q veil-greased elldo In tho luboggau lu other Reasons. Many faus belieie that last weed's ;amcs Inausuratcd tho break fn" the BrooVclyu machine for _ ilavers and patrons havo been T HH Dahlen's men managed to econd place, but more through i enil thnn by reason of this Treek'J Hay." The reason for tho .lump IB not hard to find. Tiiey raacya >ut five runs from a total ol 33 ast week. St. Louis ts-ln thfrtf rho reason is evident from a ,t the batting averagea, 'vrhtch BhoW Miller Uugglus hilling a terrific pacJ. Coaetcliy is having a great yearv and ineso two have made the- St. Lou A afield a. fitone Mail. Chicago's disastrous training tr n ias ended and tho Cub fans hope o se Evors rut the "Chicago machmo i L running order on the home ground Cub pitchers have made a ruo t disappointing Bhowfng, and internajl on the team aro awake nights, Tb'efo evident friction between Erera aiid Zimmerman, the Chicago -rjataniAn. Ziramormari kicked hlmelf off R 0 last week from whfch E'.era uad refused to release him, an) aniry passed so opunly that none could fail to notice. President Murphy ncurrod vrWe publicity by )ls players to avoid with noTispaper men. Plttsburg'ts showing lost encouraging to Mrj.nfeer Clark, j and there is a feeling thai Honus Wag- nnd bis team mates may rot a bid for the pennant. York tnado no ImproTcnient ast weet, While itatl'ewson appar- I ontly is due fora aplerdtd season, the other pitchers are doing raost nnsatls- 'actory work. Marquard is plainly out of form, and Tesreau baa not struck ils lost season's pace. McGraw se- cured Prorome from Cinclnnatt to bol- etcr up his pitching stall. This trada will undoubtedly be of Iramertialo ben- ufit to Tinker. For Fromtne he secur- ed Josh Devore, tplendid oulfielder and weak al jbal only against, left- heavers'; Groh; 'an IP fielder sorely needed to take Dick Egan's ijlace, and Ames, a seasoned Etcher whose only (Riilt IB Inability to nork ofttner than once a week. Tinker is one mantiger whose play- ing has not suffered through-manager- ial cares. He is hitting well above 325 and Is fielding like wild fire. White has found it hard to jolt tha Icda from the rut iiUo which they fallen, his efforts arc noticeable. Rain caused a short playing week In Hoston. In the three games played Stalling' braves slowed up to n mark- ed degree. Connie- Mack's Athletes clung to the top of the American league column, but did not keep up Iho early season pace Undoubtedly the moat Impres- sive snowing ot tho week was mado Cleveland. In spllo of Injuries which put Birmingham and Lajole of? the lineup, the Naps gave a thorough drubbing to AVashinglon, thulr nearest rhals, breaking Wftlter.Tohnaon's win- ning streak." Tho failure of accidents to slop the Naps speaks wonders for what Birmingham has dona for that toara. Fnw clubs could loso two .300. hitters without noticeable Blumji, but the entire Cleveland aggregation as a whole IE bitting than .215 and leads the tp-ieuc with the stick. Chicago Imd a fair week, MM switch- es In the While Sox llneu? apparently being moat effective. "Ping" Bailie, who bag warmed the bench for was placed In centre field nnd sppar- ontly has recovered his baiting eye. Boaton, which broke on Iho week, a missing J.iko Slahl sorely, and the, boxing of tba world's cfampfons havo not responded with the epurt tbat tho team needs, Tho tvondcrfuj Oeorglnn, Cobb, is carrying the entire Detroit (cam. Cobb Is bitting nt a .500 clip, and his base running has made Ihs American league catchers look like amateurs. lifting of Oeorga- Stabl's auapenslon and his return to active direction of thn St. LouU team, v.as with hy most of i tho (ana. JOE IN SWEEPSTAKES May DawfiQn, the ilrlvrr who won the 540-mile sHke race hero probably f will drive a machine In the third nn-Ji mini automobile Memorial It was announced today, ;