1914 Game Reports BC Interior     

1914 Vancouver, Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley   
1914 BC Interior 
1914 Vancouver Island  


(July 14)  McIvor racked up 19 strikeouts Tuesday as Vernon beat Kamloops 5-3 in ideal weather before a good crowd.  The contest came as the BC Interior League faced disruption as Kelowna announced its withdrawl and Revelstoke threateded to pull out unless there's a rearrangement of the schedule to include more games.

Peters (L) and McCarter
McIvor (W) and Dale

(July 22)   Vernon, of the BC Interior League, whipped Penticton, of the Southern Okanagan Valley League, 9-2 in an exhibition game at Vernon.  The home club broke open a tight, 2-1 game, with a big seventh inning.

Davis (L) and Syer
McIvor (W) and Sale

(July 31)  In what the Calgary Herald called a "disgusting game", Revelstoke, playing at home, crushed Kamloops 11-1.  The visitors scored their lone run in the first inning only to have Revelstoke roar back with seven in the second and add four more in the fifth.  Kamloops took its regular hurler Peters out in the third and proceeded to give just about every member of the team a turn on the mound.  Things came to a climas in the sixth, when Kamloops began to toss the ball to one another disregarding all orders from the umpire, W. Calder, to resume play. Ignored, Calder called the game. The paper concluded that semi-professional baseball was finished in Revelstoke.