Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLP'S Ennpiune-r EVENTS K DAlJbV ITEHALI, Intermediate Soccer League Schedule Drawn Up BASEBALL IN THE BIG LEAGUES Friday, May JR. Results of Games DEPALMA IN LED CLOSE TO THEJNISH He Machine Broke Down and Lawson Came to the Front, in Big Auto Race May Indianapolis, Ind., cirs that finished: No'.. Driver Car son, National 2 TetzleaftVFlat 3 -Hughes, Mercer 4. Merz, Stutz 5 'BdlncotL Schacht. 6. Stutz..... 7 Jenkins, White 8 Horan, Lozler ___ 9 'WilcM, National 10. Mulford, Knox ..Flagged Indianapolis, Ind., May leftdjag all the way from the start th'e'Ulth lap, Ralph D'e Palma's Mer engine trouble and Joe Diwfion'B National came up from laps behind today and. v.-on the International 500-mUc Sweep- auto race In the record time of 6.S1.0SV Teddy Tetziaff's Fiat was Second. The Stutz company pro- "the: awarding of third place to Htifhe'4, Mercer, contending the car driven 07 Charles Merz, which was aa- nounced fourth, won the position. The day was ideal for the motor fans and not a serious accident mar? red'the sport. Bob Rurrnan whose Turned Over In the back stretch, .when a rear J collapsed, was able to leave tie hospital with a few scratches after a slight. treatment and viewed the finish of the race. Who are You Rooting for Tomorrow. There in mi excellent exhibition of soccer, promised the" followers o the game tomorrow night at the bull park ivlion the and south try.conclusions in a benefit tilt for Jack Wilkinson, the football playc who fate saw fit to deal most unkindly to, shortly after Ills arrival'ii this city from the old sod. Wilkinson was practicing on the Overseas grounds it. will be remembered, a fortnight or so ago. when he was put, under by an accidental collision with another plilver. His ankle was fractured and Wilkinson Is incapacitated ns the result. The re celpts ol thq game tomorrow night will be handed over to the injured player, and to swell them as much SB possible, all followers of the soccei ana other Hues of sport are urged to be there for the good of the cause If for nothing else. However, the game will not bo ar cheap exhibition' It will be a fight-lo-a-flnlsh contest with both sides equally bent on win- ning. Who-are you pulling for, the North or the South! Make vour choice and be on deck with a strong voice for the rooting. The gamo s called for U.K. Tile following Is the line-ups: S goal; Parrls and Bannermnn, backs; Glen Chis- vlckvand Brennan, halves; Kalrbrother, Faunch, Ashman. Holbertwi and McMuHrie forwards. Callios colors. 'N'orth-Colea goal; Ness and Firth, backs; Willets, HutUm and Lee wives; Brambridge. Thompson, Parker, Tennant and Ourr forwards Reserves, Tinning, Whelau and Knight. Referee Fred Oliver The v.Jl.C.A. Imvo disappointed the promoters of the lulormodlato football league of this city by not entering ii team, A schedule had to bo drawn up minus the "Y" club whch mukos It Identical with the senior organization Senior games have boen Catties am! Overseas opening the schedule June C. June vs. June vs. S.O.K. June vs. Cullies. .Iniio vs. Caliles. .Inly vs. Overseas. July vs. S.O.R National (TIE GAME OPENS SOCCER LEAGUE IN THE PASS The Horses Likely to Star tin English Derby London, May are the wenty-flve probable starters for the Derby run next Wednesday. Some cratching may lake place and it Is also possible that one or two animals not given below may start, so In any Sweepstakes it is as well to include the Colemun, May opening of the soccer season for .the Southern Alberta league was signalized by the appearance of the Hiilcrest eleven last evening in contest with Coieman. A crowd of rooters more conspicu- out for enthusiasm than numbers as- sisted in its most capable manner. Af- ter a well-contested game, the score stood at one all, although it was can- didly admitted that Coleman had the best of the play, and with a fair am- ount of luck should have pulled out a victory. The Hiilcrest forward line was particularly' prominent for bril- liant playing. The line, up: Wicks and -Pres- coti; Petrie, Watson and Jas. Petrie; Adlam, Knowles. Rochester, L. Ad- lam, and Sutherland. J. Graham and JlcCulloch; Hall, Dorlcott and Carr; Jenkins, Graham, Easton, Kerr and -Moorehead. 6-1 New York New York ;uo nil i; 7 Philadelphia 000 010 i Craiitlutl and Chalmers' A Uronnan nud .Mora 3-2 Chicago Chicago 002 001 3 7 Cincinnati MO 000 000__2 8 Cheeuuy mid Necdham; Jjeuvoii an McLean. .8.4 Chicago Chicago 420.000 5 Cincinnati 101 000 9 Lavender anil Needhnm: UugbJ Smith, Humphries and Clark. 9-7 Pittsburg Plttsllllrg 302 300 fl 12 St. Louis 000 300 7 '2 OToole. Robinson and Kelly Hal mon, Dale and Bliss. American 5-0 Washington Washington 002 110 u of Alberta to Hold Field Day at Pincher Creek On July 22 and 23, at Pincher Creek four cars, the pick of Am-' encan, German, English and Italian" W meot of the AJb8r'a Fire- factories, started. A Lexington, driv- men'B association. The first.day will en by Harry Rnlght, the htro of last be up with the .convention pro- jears lace, who deliberately wreck- ed his car to avoid the of another car, who 'had fallen or on ihe track, was the first to quit, Jaws of the association will come i" amenilments. iJ1BL tu yuit.j second day of the .meet will dropping out on its seventh lap. David noweyer he theJniportant one, for on PmceBroHn. Has the next tn lonvol-U'it day the firemen's chamiilonshlps CANADIANS WON'T COMPETE IN SUNDAY COMPETITIONS Toronto, May Canadian Olympic committee sometime ago for warded to those in control of the Swe dish Olympic games a protest against certain competitions being schedulec for Sunday, among them the 'decalbr and the pentathlon. Having received no reply, the following cable was defi- His Majesties' Pantadeau and Thrace; August Belmont's Tracery; flrassey's Catmint; J. Buchanan's ingling GeortMe; Cadogan's Sir. E. Cassel's Cylgad; H Iholmoudely's, Hall Cross anil Bal- blair; Richard Croker's Farrier; Duke of Devonshire's Javelin; H. B. Dur- yea's Sweeper II.; Lord Bllesniere's lioyal .Mail; -.Mr. Fairies' Aleppo; J. Simons .Harrison's Kosciasko; Arthur James Farman, J. E. Joels' White Star; E. Kennedy's Mordred; Lord Mtiuhelham's Orchestrion; llrs. D Jfoloney's J.: Jlusser's Sys- oaby; L. Neumann's Giseau Bleati and Jaeger; W. Wrappers, Tagalie; Leo- pold De Rothschild's Lorenzo. Boston 000 000 0 Johnson and Ainsmlth; O'Brien and Thomas. 10-3 Cleveland Cleveland .102 120 10 12 Chicago 4 010 000 37g refuse 'Sunday competi- PniceBronn, Has the next to leavei the track When he found that Ms 'he province are decided. Leth N.'tional nas out for good, he broke Calgary, Inniusfail, Jlediclne Hat, La'combe and .Red Deer will have De Palma went out of the race, A Ribblt Ran ine'tracK in front of Dawsbn's car as he: was speeding down the home stretch The thousands of speecta tors cheered the rabbit, and Dawaon after the race said he considered 1 good luck. Johnnie Tenkins finished his last fie laps, driving on the rim of the right front wheel of his White car Horan m a Lorter was pushing him tor seienth place and Jenkins feared 10 loose the time In stopping for a fresh tire He beat out Horan who had engine trouble by seven minutes. Dawson averaged 7S.6 miles an hour compared with 74.61 miles an hour ,T..VL mi nour by Ray Harroun, who won the Jsce last >ear m his JIarmqn "Wasp" JJarroun's time uas 6.42.0S. Dawson pulled up at the National p wlili a grin on his grimy ts.ce, whe he flagged as the winner an Jumped out of the car as If he had bee "through a short dash. "1 am not tired, he said, "Just hap Told that De Palma iost the rw fh W" UIM Wm 'IPl srlmied .hi ue up the sam urt r ,8 !8vd 'The is al luck I had a feeling 1 would 'in and I never tad that feeling bu once before That WM when I Won the Cobe Trophy here in ISlff that feeling be- fhina the end "ever tc" Blames Referee For Rough Football Tilt in Pass patches. "Athletes tion. Is change Today the following-reply was re- "Sunday competition, regret change impossible." The Canadian committee will now endeavor to- have those Sunday com- petitions In wnlch Canadians are-en- tered, held on the following morn- ing. This course was adopted at Athens in 1906. Donnithorne Wins the Manchester 'Cup London, Manchester Cup, a handicap of sovereigns 1 mile apd a holfy.wSs today by the bottom Derby's three- year-old colt, Donnithorne, who start- ed at 5 to 1: .7 A.. De' Rothschild's 3ronzine was ,'second and Baring's Mushroom, 100 fo'ti, was third. Bet- ing on the -eouije: on "the Derby left sweeper -11., ratSipged .at 3 to 1, hlte Star, CylgthJ ;were slightly eas- er nt 100 to 1, and'Farrier was back-- d at 66 to 1. other candidates were hanged in the market. Gregg and Easterly: Lange, White and Sullivan and Mayer. 3-0 St. St. Louis 000 010 3 8 0 Detroit 000 000 061 Baumgartner and Krichteli; Aiulllii and Stanage.: 10-3 Detroit St.. Louis 010 000 395 Detroit, 000 205 12 8 Polly, Mitchell and Stephens; Don- ovan, Dubuc and Stajnage. Canadian London S, Hamilton 6. Brentford 0, Guelph S. Berlin 10, St. Thomas 9. Ottawa-Peterboro, rain. Standings Today S'ew Ycrk Cincinnati Chicago St.'l.oulB 'blladerphin loston Brooklyn JViitiontil 2.-: 17 IS IK u si .818 .500 .51E .528 .450 MARKETS foston etroit 'hllaiiolpli'li -lovelnnd 'asliiuglon ew'.York., I. I.ouls American' 27 24 19 II! 17 18 12 11 .800 .500 ASf, .17.1 .364 .324 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS Prices today utHI'remain mallomirv or. the local market, im .Minco of five cents pur .cwl. In the price of potatoes, and one cent per pound h, we price of cabbage. There still no prospects of a decline "in the price of. hut tor and while meats have inalntalued a firm Hs'ure foivsouie tliuo Pirn. .A fresh supply 01 California green vegetables Isii.v- peeled.to arrive for Saturday selling Northwestern ortlnnd 24 tncoiiver g'! acomii.......... ctorla ia attic ..20 okane j- 20 20 .S3li 21 .COO 21 .012 22 K .425 WESTERN CAN. gary d Deer Edmonton Bassano THE STANDING S 8 10 It No. 1 Northern... No. 2 NortlKjTn No. 'j Northern No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 _' No. 1 Alberta Red No. 2 Alberta Red No. 3 Alberta lied Nro. 4 Alberta Red No. 5 Alberta lied No. G 'Alberta Red No. 3... Barley, No. Vegetablei: Potatoes, per c'wt...... Us to 2.00 5o.sti 0.78 O.iili 6.68 0.42 0.77 0.74 O.tKi O.B3 0.42 0.41 EDMONTON AT CALGARY Burmis, Alta., May 31. Quite number of Buimis people jour-i horses': of neyed to Bellevne to witness thci It Is one or the ootball game between Fernie ami lellevuc, and again have to deplore the lack' of true sporting instinct, SWEEPER ;II Great Derby Would Look'Mighty Good to American Turf Favorite International Baltimore G, Providehca 2. Jersey City u, Newark 4. Newark S, Jersey City 2. Buffalo Montreal 3. Toronto 1; Rochester 0. Rochester 5. Toronto 3. Northwestern Victoria 12, Portland 5. Portland 5, Victoria 4. Vancouver 1, Tacoma 0. Seattle 5, Spoli.ane 4. Central International Diillith S, Grand Forks 0. Winnipeg 4; Superior 3. Association Minneapolis B, St. Paul 0. Louisville '2, Columbus 1. Toledo 3, Indianapolis 1. Kansas City 7, Milwaukee C. Bronchos Won an Aliened Good Gamo by 9 to 1 Calgary May A lightning fast triple play climated the first game between the Eskimos ami Bronchos, Jlayed oh the local diamond last night Pete O'Brien and streih vere the participant in the triple. tne game was hy far kh, iisst exhibl "lion of bail played lieie this year, iir- though tile score, 9 to 1 in favor of the doea not indicate that it was much of a battle. The locals located Heirmoh's curves 'in the sixth inning, and almost batted around twice, scor Potatoes, per ton Heels, per lb....... Carrels, per lb. .600 per lb. iiiaC Cabbage, per lb. Parsnips, per pound .359 Onions, per pound Butter and EJJI: Dairy butter...... Creamery butter Eggs, freah Bran, per ton...... Shorts, per ton.....'. Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled oats.......'.'.'.'. Cattle on the Hoof: [Steers, per pound....... Cows, per pound........ Cows, dressed, per pound'.'. Steers, dressed, per pound Sheep: 28.00 to 35.00 0.1% O.Oli 0.6% 0.30 to 0.35 0.40 to 0.45 0.30 21.00 23.00 28.00 23.00 ing eight runs during the balloon as- cension. Whifniau relieved him and pitched air tight ball for the remain- der of the gams: Standridge Ditched one of the best games of his career, and only allowed one man to get be- yond Dressed, per cwt. Poultry: Geese, live..... Turkeys Chickens...... Fowl...... Hogi: Dressed, per lb. Live, per cwt.'.. 0.05% 0.11 0.12 6.00 31.00 0.14 0.22 0.15 0.12 0.15 0.12 0.09 TRYING HIS PLAYERS N.J.v May Joe fcGinnlty of the .Cliih bus wrlt- A letter of protest to President Bm- claiming tlial Miinagor Ceorpe StHlI- of Buffalo instructed Ills pIlt-lierR to v hitll'M nt tlip lieaas or Newark hat- ers. McGinnity aiys Umpire Howell will i coiTOhoifyte the clmrfre. It, is not known what action TYfisIcIent Barrow will tnkt. thoufc-ti he is'said to hoM tlie view that there Is no rule timler which he can act in (he matter. FRIDAY'S GRA4N MARKETS his .-ln Just nboill ns tn.iny srameii as ,-ither or bis Hluslroits rival With such n pitching array the Giants ire llBhlc to break the Cuba' record or victories ratalillsliiid In 1906. No vhaf. tr, any the rest Or the tt- lone the r-liehln.? corps ramalns lu- aot. JlnBrMv will win three-fourths of hlH'stnrts. He the (rre.ili.sl hunch uhatlttilea In, captivity. In fuel, two or hreo of his regulnra have been out omi.nlsslon all. nemon. hut never once lave clmit.uiona faltered. Hugh S. Fullerton, u.ie greatest aasebali writer in the United States, says: as a great national sport s in greater peril today than ever be- fore. Not.until the present week did realize this fact. The gamblers, bookmakers and land book men, who ruined acing and drove it out-of existence s a. sport, and who made lighting n oisome scandal, have attacli'ed them elves to baseball this year as nevei before. Ths extent to which the evil has increased since tho opening of the-present season is great enough to alarm any one interested in the sport I have known for years that gambling on baseball, as an organized business, has existed in .Pittsburg and Boston. In both towns the gamblers have ex- erted an influence over .crowds. In Pittsburg the gambling has -af- been -betting, hut until a syndicate of Cineinnatians last season attempted on open book and New York gamblers began organizing, the evil had heel local anil not strong enough to danger the game. Handbooks .in Chicago The other day I 'discovered that the handbook men of Chicago are operat- ing books on a large scale exclusively on basebu-II. 1 djscox'ered that, in one month, the betting has more than tripled and the amounts of money handled are larger per day by fartthan the gross receipts of the games. I know of four books doing big chiefly in the downtown district of Chicago, and handling Im- mense sums of money. Just how many of the bookmakers uave turned Winnipeg, May The wheat mar- kets opened and closed today as fol- lows. Open' liny, old May, new 104-1; July Jos' October ;ig Oats- May WA July Ex. No. i Feed, May 44% July i- lax May UK; Cash Prices .No. 1 Northern Close 103% 103% 105 97-K 46 43 43 2 Northern No ;tNoithern No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 Oats Minneapolis Wheat Open uly September 105% Chicago Wheat Open 100% ogy, afi 73 Close Close July September 1055S looted certain elements to a. degree that has'made for the wrecking of the cllub. Twice in-that city scandals lave been narrowly averted, or, rath- er, once only partially covered' up. in lie-other cities, of course, there lias heir activities to baseball I cannot of ten player, in the major leagues tell. I believe that almost every receive tor a year's salary handbook man down town in Chicago He had retired completely from the has gone into this lucrative lorm of horse-racing game, finding the percen- gambling. It is hnrdej for the police lage in his favor better at baseball, to reach and it is much easier to get that is playing his cold calculations returns than in horse racing anil it against the fanaticism of partisans s superseding the hoise as the gamb- There is no use commenting upon the ling medium. possibilities. If. the gamblers have one of the gamblers, a, filend of seized upon the game and mine, gave me some inside figures on profitable, it is only a. question of time his book that day. H0 had handled until some weak or needy player falli between S3500 and 11000 In bets, ovet 51000 of which was on the White Sox- ANAQER HAS GREAT FAITH IN HIS TEAM THE COMPLETE SUPPLY HOUSE Metal Windows Acccjitcd by the International Board of Underwriters CALL AND SEE SAMPLE WlNDpVy IN OUR DISPLAY ROOM. SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION AND THE VALUE OF EACH PIECE OF METAL TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF IN THIS WINDOW. The Supply Equipment Co., LW. Dlinna I Phone 1044 31Wth Street, South. er Fred Clark of the Pirates ii Ishowlne his hy sUmdlne pal wHh tfie team he has. Fred Is satisfied (hut he has tho best hunch or hall plnyers 111 the National IraRuo and he'Isn't Jolng to IndiilKo'in any 'tlnkerlnif. -We are hound to get ffolny soon." he said. "When we do startWe are going'to make mnllers hum. Tho chili Is all right: tho players nre (rood players, and all-we need is to Bo.t the shltnp we're In." Manager Chance of lim Ctihs and .Manager Kllnn of the Boston llraves hoth be'mn'teirlng uu when their clubs .begun to loic AL KUBIAK NOW A COP Al. Kubiak has quit tho lighting game. He has been sworn In on the Philadelphia nollce force. A] Is Just about fast enough for a Philadelphia Jack Miller has been doing so well at. tho first for the Pirates Hint he will probably bo kept there, it ;i Jong time since the bag has beea as. wen played as'-at "resent.