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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - May 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LETJIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, May .Big Annual Event at Indianapolis Speedway Fur- nishes Its Many Thrills-One Bad Accident-Bob Buman in Lead When Car Caught Fire GOUX OF FRANCE IS THE WINNER T, natJcu. United Elites. itfid ItUy will today fifbt for tupmsAoy tn the. third an- nual GOO automobile race to be ;-heU at the speed- mr the international pfcw OM cattnt' Flags of all nyinc from the. grand >s4 from the pits there srlses a oCon-' tlderable- money WIB being placed "'on the foreign cars. Tta speed of tbe foreign cars seemed to give tbe bet- tors more confidence in them, al- though their ability to the terriflo vlbratlve strain of tho bricS course, and avoid been questioned. Entries Car Krtsrg' Slutz Stutz Keeton 3feicn Stulz Mason Sunbeam Henderson Gray Foi P'euEOt Peugcrt Apel Scacht -Mercer" Mercer" ifercer Mercedes-Knight Tulsa No. 3. 4 S 8 9 10. 12' .35 16 17' .18 13 21' 22' 23 26 !7 26 '23 12 33 36 iHtta Iiotta" Case Cue Maun tire trouble had Driver Endicott Men AnderEon Burman" Evajij Tower Tower Ouyot Knipptr Wilcox GODJC Zuccarrelll Llesaw Jenkins De Palm i WisJiarl' Pile! 19 Clark JIulford .Grant TetzUff trace o Dlibrow B. Endicott Nikreol Haupt Distance, 200 laps, equal to 500 miles.. Number, of jlarteii, 27; last year 24.-" Estimated ipeed for ont hour, SO mlVw. -EetlmtUd time of winner houri and 16 mlnuUt. Time of "Winner In 1911, Ray Harroan. Timo of 1512 race, 6 VIM. .Winner '1912, Joe Dawson, 'THE PHIZES id gold from Speedway ar.d cnh and-- raluable trophies from concerns. Start ol race 10 The offered by the speed- way i! divided into ten priws, the wtontt getting second J10, MO, third JS.OOtv fourth fifll BETT1NO ON THE DERBY London, May re- ports that he is a little amiss, the Derby favorite, Craganour, fcss gone out la the betting 5 to 1, at which price Shogyn Is also quoted. The freneh caniJldite, Nimbui, Is su 7 to 1. Lord Rcssberry's Oily, 20 to 1; Bachelor's Sun- }at and Hadljnt, 39 to 1, and v Rockaint, 50 to 1. Other pUicials were busy pits checking up inecfr anlcians and pit helpers, as only a [mited number.were each jit." r. -1 'J f J Burman Breaks Records Burman In Keeton leading for the Brit 100 miles; broke all speedway records for tbat distance, his time! beicg 1.15.50.03. The former record 1.23.43.11. Goux in tbe French Peugot was ssc- ond; twenty-thrEB cars were still run- ning at this distance. Another foreign car .had to. drop out when Grant's Isotta broke a gaso- Uneufeed pipe- R. Endlcott's car also was forced was Tbe secoad Isotta Mo.1 29. driven bj- Trucco, went ouUn-tho (our tli Up with a broken gas valve. Burman Still in It Bumau put the fire out in his car na brought cheers from the thous- ands when hg sped -Iowa the home about Een laps behind. He stopped at tue pits to pu'.-os a new carhurelor. T he drivers a re suffer- ing Intensely from the beat. Mulford s run n In g about i o ur laps behind tha kathrs at lA) miles, Gcux WJns 200 Miles Tho Peugot driven by the famous Goui, led at ecd of the 200 miles. he harms gone ahead when Burman had to stop. His time iras 2.33.30.40. Goux a brassard and trophy from an accessory concern for leading at ihat distance. Anderson ja-a Stutr Stmheam, llefcedea fourth and Wishart's Mer- cer fifth. i' i Harry Pcdlcott's -arent'out on the bacfe stretcVin its' 2Uh -lop. It was far behind, Kaupt's llason Xo. 35 left the track oa Ihe 65th lap because of a siipp clutch. Bunnan Trill get back on the "as eoon as he "tests his r carhurator, which was put on' at" the pit HEINE ZIMMERMAN The star hitter of the Chicago Nation- als who Is aMogger heads with Johnny Evers, the manager. was second, the Eagllsh piloted by third; by a brokaa craak ont.of the race thaft Bureau made Ills 67th lap with a slipping clutch. Haupt got bis Mason oa the in n, few minutes. Goux In LJB Puegot was leading at the end oi 300 rniki. His time was 3.52 52.05. TMs Is an average 77.42 miles an. hour. This Is a new record (or cars 61 this class, the re- cord wins a trophy ot ol France, la a Peu got car, wica, LEACH CROSS TO MEET 9UD ANDERSON 'r J 't Ixis Angeles, May Cross, of Xew York, and Bud Anderson, the Northwestern lightweight, have been match- .ed. for. a 20-round flght here -July 4.' Cross is expected here early next month to begin training. Tbe club eipects to mtfch tbe winner against .the winner of the Ritchle-Rlvere flght In San Kranclsco on the same date. CHINOOK BASEBALL LEAGUE FORMED ON MACLEOD BRANCH High River, AlbKla, "May An Amateur Baiebalt League has- been formed between Nanton, Cayley, High River and The decided on was "Chinook" league. Tie otflcc-ra are as follimi: President, f. A. High River; vice- prMldtnt, O. 0.'Grant, Cayley; secre- H. 9." McKay, Nanloo; eiKUtlre, J. A.. EaMdscm ol OkotoXs, S, of Nftnton, C. Phillips of Cay- ai'd H. Dane of High Rircr. It M if the fans are going 14 iart reil in this vicinity tame will be played at between Okoloks of will be required fnm.wca club, Incladlng 15 for ex- to before tbe first June 3rd Time trt 12 ftant to be played by J. Case car went oat oa BA'SEBttfl ABIES National Philadelphia Brooklyn Chicago New York Et. Louis I'itlsburg Boston...... Cincinnati W L 22 S 19 14 20 IS American Philadelphia ffievelasd Washinslon Boston Chicago Detroit...... EL Louis..... New International Newark Baltlmora Rochester Toronto Providence Montreal Jersey City 21 19 H 15 "IB 13 Pet. .733 .570 .526 .515 .486 .459 .324 Pet. .711 .692 .555 .429 .525 .410 Northern Superior "Winona Dululh OF SOKE .W IS 19 17 19 )8 f 15 IB. .54 TO BRING'AGAINST ARTHUR PEL. KEY "AND "TOMMY BURNS irJ MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE Calgary, May of the crown who have been conduct- Ing the Investigation into the death of Luther -McCarty, claimant to the white heavyweight championship, who died in the prize ring at the Burns arena. Saturday, are gathering a mass ot evidence which will be presented when the cases of Arthur Pelkey acd Tommy Burns are called to trialr That Burns, promoter of the fight In which McCarty met his death, acd Peliwy, who.'e blow In the first few minutes of the initial round resulted in the fatality, will have to" fare trial on the charge of manslaughter, was tho moat startling of the several dc. velopmenta that followed In rapid suc- cession the re-arrest of Pelfcey, after the coroner's jury had failtu to mahe any against William JlcCarney and Referee Eddie Smith arc o3t on (500 bail each, and "ordered to appear as witnesses when the cases are tried. each team respectively, making [KO horse and home games, or six 6iir.es In each town. The forfeiture of any one game by any team win be fined i By tbe exhibition games that bavo been played It appears as though there is good material for keeping taieball going, and rr.sklnj H Jnte.--, cstlng, as moat of games very close. The schedule ti "at fol- lowi: Cayley, Joly August 22; at High P.lvcr, June 27, August 8- at Okc-tots, Juna 13, July 25. Nanton, Jnna 20. Aug- nil 1; at High Rim, J'jne 10, "July 22; at Okoloks, June 21, August 5. High Xanion, June July 18; ai Cayley, July 1, August 12. at Okoloks, June i7, July 6. N'anton, Jul> 4, August 15; at Cayley, June 3, July 15; >t High Klver, July. 29, August U, JACK BRITTON FOULED CUFFY REPEATEDLY Fast Chicago LrgTitweTgM Lotkport He Hit Too Low Buftato, Jtay Jimmy Cliffy, cf on a ioul over JacX BrlVton, of Chicago, In the sixth round of a scbeduUd ten round bout here Drldon bnj been re peatedly watned for bitting loo low. GIBSONS KNOCKED OUT PERRY OF-PITT8BUR' rittiburg, May Cllbbons, of St. Paul, knocfted oul Jimmy Perry of Plttsb'arg in the second round of a 'It round bout at Exposition Park here tonight. 'Io tM roiinii CiShboTis dropped Pwrr' for the count of nine ilth a hard right to the Jaw, Oltbons put Perry down again for a count of sir. imnwdiately afterwards Clthbons put a left hook to tlie jaw aad Perry went down and out, Virginia .Association w 24 Kansas CHy...... Columbus t Louisville........_ Milwaukee....... Minneapolis......" Si. Paul......... Indianapolis...... Toledo..........' 10 L 17 14 22 17 23 IS 10 '20 17 20 15 20 13 GAMES IN MAJOR LEAGUES National GIANTS STOP rillLUES New York, May Giants roke Philadelphia's winning streak oday, lha locals wlnulas an eiciilng ourteea Innings' game, 7 to 6. Fletch- r's Ions hit over Alagee's head In the ourleenth drovp In Stater with the Inning run. Shater had singled with one out. ness, were tho only hits made OK eaton, pitched (he last Els nnlngs for Philadelphia. The defeat an Beaton's flist this season, the core belag a tie when he went la. ho Phillies threw away n-.any chnn- earlier In the game. Mladelphia 6 12 3 'ew York 7 13 4 Alexander, Seaton and Killiier; "le'raaree, Randall, Tesreau and My- REDS TOOK OPENER St. Lonts, May won he opening game with St. Louis to- ay. The home team used four pitch- re, the visitors three, and all were It freely and inc'lined to bo wild, olmeon relie> ed Packard for Cin- [nnatl In the 4th with none out and bases full He called one, struck ut allowed- one hit, and then orced the side out on a double play. le was relieved by Brown in the 7th. incinnati .1.-13 ,7 3 -t. ..10.13 1 Packard, Hrown and llarke; Grier, Willis' "and Burle. i" HYATT STARTED IT Plttsburg, May home uii over the right field hoards, the ongest in tbe history of Forbes Geld, resulted in two runs in the ninth nning today and tied the score with Chicago. single, a double, a base on balls and a long fly gave the ?Iratts the winning run. E--- 'hicago 4 S. 3 5 10 1 Humphreys and Archer Robinson, O'Toole, Feiry aLd Simon. RAIN STOPPED ENCOUNTER Boston, Mar stopped the Brooklyn-Boston game today at the beginning of the third inning with the score Boston .2, Brooklyn-0, .With Mann on ftfst DevUni batted over the right field feccc for. a home ran in the second'Inning. Two gains, will be played tomorrow; American CHAMPIONS' WALLOPED Mr.y Washington scored enough runs In lha In- nlng oft O'Brlfn today to dtfcat Bos- ton, the final score being to 2. Mul- lln, making his first appearance In a home game, was hit hard and was unsteady at times', but sensational catches by the outfleM prevented scoring, -Cnpt. McBride was banished from tho field" for protesting a de- cision. Boston Washington O'Brien, Leonard ullen and Henry. and 2' 4 2 5 00 Cauigan CMJVE1.AND DOUW.ED SCONE Cleveland, May de- feated St. Louis sl.x to three- In the first game of tho series here, today, It being Fplbenbtrg'a ninth straight lie- lory. Falkenberg "was rather wild. Twice be filled the bases with two out, and each lime- struck out. St. Louis 8 Cleveland 6 5 3 12 2 Stone ann Alexander Falkcnlerg and Carisen. BAKER TV HALED'THE i Philadelphia. Jlay Baker bit the ball overittie1 right-field fence In tbe .Tib. inning of .today's gamp with Naw-York and tied the score at five runs. -In with two out he. doubled and' scored'on Mcihnfs single, which gate the locals a victory of 6 to 5. N'ew Yo'ik Philadelphia Keating and Bush odd Lapp. Sweeney 582 5 16 0 Brown, -RUSSELL THERE IN P1XOHES Chicago, iiay won tho first gnme of theories with Dstrol tcdnr, 3 to 2 In ten Innings. Tbe lo- cals were outhlt by the visitors bu Russell, who appeared on the raoum for the first time since be wag bit by Pitcher Mitchell, of the Clevelani club last Sunday, pitched the bette ball in tho pinches. Detroit..... Chicago IVillntl' 2. 10 3 7 WillcU and "Stallage'; Rtissell Western Canada 'Vf "IT IS 4 Saskatoon Calgary -Moose JaR- Edmonton Medicine Hnt Regina 13, 13 6 Northwestern Vancouver Seattle Portland Victoria Tacoma..... Spokane 24 "25 20 23 17 15 .44 .55 .4! .45 .429 .333 Pet. .800 .722 .665 -.333 .333 .304 Pet. -6DO .595 .641 .524 .355 .384 GAMES IN MINOR LEAGUES International GOOD PITCHIN'O, TORONTO WON Buffalo, May opened up In this city for the first series o( the season and managed to get away with today's game -b5 tho score ol 3 to 2. Splendid pitching by Oervala and Brown kept the hits and scores down. Sf.Vaul Minneapolis Newark 6 12 2 Baltimore ..................'I 43 Aitcbison and Jiigglns; Shawtey and Egan. Montreal 6 81 Rochester g 03 Daylc, McOrajnor. Mason anil Burns Quinn, Kilhclm snd Williams. Jersey City-l'rovldence, postponed, wet grounds. McCARNEY WILL NOT MANAGE ANY MORE Late Lulher Mccarty's Maket on'Way Home, St. Paul, Jlay will never manage another prrzo fightor nor altecd another declared Wm. McCarr.ey, who arrived here yesterday with the body of Luther McCarty, who was killed during his fight wllh Arthur Pelkcy at Calgary last Saturday Mrs. McCariy, widow o! the tod 'fighter, met ihc train at.Farfo, N. D., and Is accompanying th.r.ada nnd tho U. S. with a match gainst Victoria district today, win- ing by an inning and S3 Tuns. Victoria batted were (lla- std ot for 47 runs, Acheroyd being 16 only batsman1 to inake any stand galrjst tbe deadly bovllng of Mac- Xrtney ond Malley. The latter la a gopgllo" bowler, after the stylo ot and to he tho most successful of tile visitors In tbo Hack. He has a pnzillng.'actlon and reaka both ways.. Tho Auslrailans" knocked up 222, Ot whioh. MacAitnoy- made 46; 1. H. Crawford, tbo old Surrey captain, 84, nd A, Diamond 35. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GAMES CAMJARY WOM QOOD QAME Saskatoon, Jlay Calgarr. Ivonks broke tho "whirlwind winning itreak'ot the Quakers before 3100 ans heretq'day, beating them 3 to 2. 'he locals.' otithll tho visitors, but 'itchcr Frlnk kept the, wallops woll placed and was given splendid sup- tort, .34 Churchill, who .heaved or' Saskatoon. Saskatoon...... 2 9 2 Calgary''......'v....... 343 Churchill and Walters; Frink-'nl Hoche. CLOSE .OAMB Rcglna, May Both Burgess and Clayton were very unsteady in tho oarly innings of today's game. "With cvon unlll .tha filth, two mere on. tafies.nnd ono oul, Beer re- llevjd tho local aouthraw sad stopped Kdnionton tben an'd thero. After this only one'nibro GVay Bird, saw first, hl3 third slnsle. lloglna 6 5 2 ETdmonton 't 5 5 S Boer and Davidson; ton and Sprricer, PANS WENT VOoso Jaw, May Tho greatest crowd1 tbat ever a ball game hero saw the best ar.d most ci- cltlr.g game yet playeJ here when to- night, with the score 4-3 in favor if Medicine Hal in the last half of ninth, Manager Weed hit out a long" IhTce-bagger scoring Moore, who on tecond, and Forller followed by sending a Elashlng Eiinglc down, the first base lino which sent Weed over with tho winning run., The 5400 fang present wild when tho Millers pulled out a fir u wV.Ilo i-findcmonltltt defeated the VancOu.ti .ThislUn score ot 1 goal to nil In what proved I reigned. Io be the mcst (iluhl.ornly contested I Mcdlctno Hat...........4 5 2 and best plajed'i'ootball game ori Hie. Mooio ..'........5 12 I) local srounds year. Llnd anil niiss; Steclo and Moore. ;