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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIIilGE DAILY Thursday, 1 1912. ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'l FOREMOST EVENTS TABER BEAT WARNER IN FIRST CLASH FOR THE CUP One-Run Victory Game was Exciting in Spite o' Numerous Well Second Game to Decide the Amateur Baseball Championship of the South at Warner Tomorrow GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES flOIOSlOE IttEPBONE; FOfl, ftUIOMIIBILISTS Results of Games (Special to the iJiol uiuch to choose hctwtcn .Tahcr, AU-a., July to- i but holh got vtry first game of the series; siiccredcd in gathering a .victory, much to the delight of the Gray National Antii in Greit Form New Yorlt, July Ajnea, of the New "Vorks, easily ihiit but Cluclu- uatl in the first gnme of the series by u 3 co ro of 7 (o 0. From me pitched H good game for Cincinnati, but a pinch hitter for Mm In the eighth. Mooro, who "pllched tlie elgbib for (he Reds yielded five runs. Dates MARKETS LETHBHIDGE MAIIKETS A ROADSIDE. TELEPHONE, ".SEEV'CE.1 Tfle Sentry boxes In vhlch telephones have, been Installed for the'use of members Jmvc.-hoeu. erected along some of the ulaiu travelled KnirHsli highways by the Aytomoblte Association and Motor Union. Motorists whose cars break down-on the roiid lira thus enabled to telephone to the ncnrost Automobile Association nnil Motor.Uniou repairer lor assistance aud to communicate ivith.Uielr homeE or offices to explain the cause of rho delay, The condition of tho Is k-eejv liifc- tho grain ciuolalloiiE ,'ijin [he load nmrliet stallouury. 't'Uivo nre no chiiUBL's In incut prl'cuB, uutler, od In iirlcc. No. 1 Nortlieni. No. 2 Northorn No. 3 Northern NO. No. 6 ..J0.86 0.71; large crowd of Inns who turned out Ho witness the game. Englehart op- ined (he-batting lor Warner. He bit ito being- Jiiit out at first. Corral! got in the way or the ball, mnil to'ot'a hase, but nothing -came ot St, tic next two up going out in short nrdtr. For Taber, Orr fanned, Lee hit to Ihird, getting first on in error, and later stealing second. '.A.; Lee nell hit to-third .and reach- ed second on an error, scoring Lee. Campbell faced Berg next and hit ..between short and third, the errors here lettini A. Lee MOSS the plate. Gray .hit. safe and Judson hits out, Campbell. Fnrrar scoring. Gray, while Judfioh vae put out at third trying' to steal, and" A. B: Cook tanned, retiring the s ide- jwith a score.ot four to nothing. In !thc second Gray fanned the side in Bnc two three order, and Tahcr [ail- ed1 in their turn to .'add to the score. 'In the third 3. series ol errors filled bases for Warner, and an error at short let in two runs. Taber. fell down twice mote -to Berg's offerings, Judson being put out at first. The fourth saw Warner t. get -two. .more, tallys, a three-bag- ger, while'Griffin connected for two Backs, ialer scoring on a hit .by Englehart-; Taber replied .with. _' one run, ,0rr. hitting "for two sacks, go- ing, home on a liit by Rl Lee. In fifth Warner got a man on third but. tip'further.'Taber came' back with another single, Gray rohrping home on a hit hy Judson'. "A. B. Cook tried io steal second, hut failed." WARNER DANGEROUS In the. sixth Warner looked danger- ous, Griffin going home on a hit hy Luker, who later, tried to jet across She plate on a sacrifice hit -by Berg, .tout.was caught at the plaits Tahcr failed to connect safely, only three men facing Berg. In the seventh "Gray fanned the first up, and ithcn gaTe Graham a hasc on halls, out Griffin was out, third to first. A .lad bungle let Oray in after two .men were down, giving Taber a good itn3 of seven to five, i WARNER WAS DESPERATE :In the eiiilt both aides went down !u one, two, three ordor. In the ninth Warner made a despernte effort to challc up three tallya. Bsrg hit came up, making a two- llgger, letting to third on an error, .Tvhile Berg died at the plate. Bray- lord got a base on balls and while stealing second, Fuimer crossed tlic plate on a short throw from first to Leper Sailing to holt! the hall. Orady finned, -and Graham .was caught by Farrar at right Held. Thus the hope of Warner was destroyed, Taber came out- the winners by seven to six. EXCITING GAME From the bleachers the game was Interesting and exciting. It was not pitcher's battle, though there was support. The game was full of er- rors, oC Tvhich Taber drew down ninei and Warner seven. Warner gain- ed the most hits, getting eight to poor was the Held for protosUng a Tiber's seven. With good support, it is difficult to say how the game might have ended, as although Taber hnd the most errors, Gray had the most strike-outs, getting twelve to Derg's ten. There is no doubt that the teams are closely matched, aud the Brewery Cup is not yet won, and the winner will have to- play a good deal better than the exhibition given tonight. Though Taber had the fewest nils, they connected with tire .ball bften- est, and if they can tighten up on tho field, they should keep the cup here. They go toj Warner on Friday, and a close game is sure. Wheeler handled the'game toiiljht, doing as well "as Taber ,..-100 110 7 9 Warner 201 S 7 Batting order TABEH-Orr, R. .LEc, lb.; Lep- er, 3b.; Campbell, ss., Gray, p.; Jud- son, 2b.; Farrar, cl.; Cook, rf.; "A. Lee, e. WARNER-Englchart, 3b.; Gorritl, rf.; Berg, p.; Fuliner, 2b.; Brayford, ss.; Cairicicians, cf.; Graham, If.; Griffin, e. SWIMMING CHALLENGE "r- HAS BEEN TAKEN .UP y. to. C. A. Swimmers Ready ti Up ttn Gauntlet' The BWlaaming challenge issued li yesterday's Herald by H. .Wood and E. Thomson has been token up us two speeders of the C. A., ''Scot and A. G. Oliver, as a team are willing to arrange a match with Wood and Thompson. John Bax- ter; acting. -for the former, will be pleased -to meet the latter at the Y M..C.. A. any evening Tjetoie sight o' clock, to fix a date and decide what kind of a race would be preferable. decision. Phllllel Took One Philadelphia. July Louis and Philadelphia broke even In a dou- ble-header here today. St. Louis won the first game J to 2, and the home team the second by 6 to 0. In the closing contest, Braunan held St. Louis down Lc two hita, and gave the only pass. As two of the base-run- ners were victims in'double plays, St. Louis had only 2S meu to the nlate in this gnrne. President Lynch; of the National League, witnessed the gnme in order to watch, ihe debut or Al Orth, the former major league pitcher, as an umpire. Orlh did excellent work. Cubt beat Brooklyn. Brooklyn, July Chlcagos ;ook the first game of the series with Brooklyn today, 11 to -1. Alien out of the box, anij were in "a falr wny to treat Curtis likewise, when" Manager Dahlen forestalled hem, and substituted Knetzer. The tnken out to let Phelps bat or him, and Kent wos bit hard in he final. Lclfield effective atter the sec- ;nd Inning. Every one of the visitors Sol hits but Leilield. Three fast dou- ble plays featured. TULL1BARDINE WON THE GOODWO'OD CUP Day Comot Captured Prince ot Wale. Rich Staki it I to 1 London, AUf. Goodwood Cup, two mliea and live fur- lopf i, was won today by J.. Buchan- four-jwar-old colt, Tulllbardine, by Bt. 2 to 1. King William, 2 to 1, -was second, and 13 to S, third. The Prince of Wales' Stakes, for >ii furlongs, was won by the odds-on favorite, Leo- pold de Rothschild's chestnut colt Day Comet, 8 to 1. J. B. Joel's Doris filly, 20 io 1, was second, and the Duke of Westminster's Hornbeam, 8 to 1, waa bird. HOGAN WON FIFTEEN ROUND GO AT 'FRISCO San Franclaco, Aug. Round" Hogan the decision over Tommy McFarland, after fifteen rounds hard fighting here last night. Nineteen Innings Boston, July. won a 19-inning'. game" from Boston today, T to. C, It was. the .longest game ever Iilnyed on the local grounds, and one of the most interesting. Hess was hit bard In the nineteenth, PIttshurg get- ling three ruus. Boston came back strong, and scored two runs, but could not muster another. O'Toole pitched a good game for Plttsburg, until taken out to allow a man to. run for him. American Boaton beat St. Louia St. Louis, July won the opening game ol the series with St. Louis today, 4 -to.I. Errors figur- ed In the visitors' scoring. A base ou balls, an out.and a. aingle gave the locals their tally. The fielding of Captain Wagner featured. Waahinaton Loat Detroit, July was defeated In the Welt the second time thla year hy the Tigers today. The aeon was 4 to 1.. Both Lake and Caahion pitched good ball. Lake hit a home run over the left field fence, a feat that player. Pitcher Wlllett, Lake's team-mate, has accomplished. Bashang, .a recruit, played hla flrat game In the major New York Bunched Hiti Chicago, July by Chi- cago, coupled with bunched lilts by New York, gave-the visitors the open- ng game of.the series here" today, 12 .o 3. Sweeney's batting was a feature. International -...Split July and 'ersey City split todiiy's doirole-liead- n-. The locals-took the first, 12 to'C, "eriey City mixing aix errora with the Montreal's twelve lilts, Includlug ..a triple nod three doubles. Manser pitched uoad ball 'in the tiflcond, while Taylor was hit hare and received poor support. Madden knocked out in the first game Ji a colllolon at the plate with Rondeau and Burns caught the second game for .the SMITH PUT ANDy MORRIS UNDER SOME HASTE ftfl necessary if y0i want our Elite clgare. Tllcy are so liked tbat thei arc with ii Ir iW rush- Better bu> Tinu' if you Hopes Battle, in New York Went Two Rounds Xew York, Aug. Gunboat Smith, the California hearywoiglit, knocked out Andy LMorrle, of Uostou, In the second round of what -was schedu e'd to a ton round bout, last night. Smith, knocked .Morris to the floor with a right swing and a tea hook to 'he jaw. The Boston man took the count Of nine and. ciLUie up staggering. The referee was about to stop the fight when Morris rushed at Smitb, only to recQlv-a a right swing to the jaw that put him out. McGlnnity Pitched Both Torouto, July 31. McGlnnity