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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie Daily Herald, Saturday, August Page 5 BALL TEAM HOME THURSDAY NEXT NATIONAL At .Piitsburs 10 2 J uoston a Leiiidd, Phillippi uud Gibson; Cur- tiss, Frock and Graham; umpire Joinistone. At Chicago Brooklyn 11 2 Brown and Kling; Scaulon and Er- win; umpires Brennan and O'Day. At Cincinnati York'...... 9 3 Rowan and McLean; Mathewson and Schlei; umpires Klem and Kane. At St. st 3 1 .jfWladelphia 9 0 Backman and Bresnahan; Swing and Moran; umpire Rigler. AMERICAN At St. St. Louis 4 .1 York 10 5 Ray and Killifer; Ford and Sween- ey; umpire Perrine. At Washington 14 1 Cleveland 062 Johnson and Beckendorf; Demott, Koestner, Falkenberg and Easterly and Donahue; umpires Coliflower and Connolly. At Detroit- Detroit 8 1 Boston 7 0 Stroud, Works and Casey; Barger and Kleinow; umpires O'Loughlin and Kgan. At Chicago 8 0 Philadelphia 10 1 Batteries Scott and Sullivan; Flank and Thomas. Umpires, Kerin and Evans: EASTERN At Frovidenee 10 3 Buffalo 7 0 CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost Pet. Cowpunchers Found the Miners Very Easy Marks Calgary. Aug. 20.-The Cowpunch- NATIQNAL LEAGUE STANDING ers had no trouble in putting over the j Cllicag0............ 69 35 .664 Edmonton Calgary 2" Winnipeg 22 Moose Jaw 1" Saskatoon 14 Lethbridge 13 Brandon 14 Kegina 6 9 10 14 16 18 19 22 30 .735 .728 .611 .515 .437 .406 .3SS .166 WILL RACE HERE Sline and Peterson; Taylor and Williams. Umpires Byron and Hur- ray. At Newark 4 Rochester 11 1 Lee and McAllister; McConnell and Blair. Umpires Kelly and Finneran., At Jersev 6 3 Montreal Lethbridge Miners in the double head- er yesterday afternoon and" evening. Pieh was no mystery in the first, nei- ther was Miller in the second, and the Miners .couldn't hit. The scores were 7-1 and 5-1. (First Game) AB Paddock, ss o 1 2 4 2 1 Carney, rf 4 (Jlynes, If 4 Smith, 3b 4 Kellaekey, Ib 4 Stanley, c 3 Connors, 2b 4 Duggan, ci 4 Manning, p 2 0 A 4 2 0 2 1 3 2 3 1 5 0 5 1 2 0 1 0 Pittsburg New York........... 61 Philadelphia........ 53 Cincinnati 51 Brooklyn............ 4i S-t Louis........... to" Boston 40 40 42 52 56 62 66 71 .616 .592 .505 .481 .405 .389 .360 AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING Philadelphia... Boston Detroit............ New York........... 61 Cleveland 49 Washington......... 49 .Chicago............ 44 1 j Louis........... 34 1 0 1 .668 .576 .559 .555 .450 .437 .407 .321 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION LEAGUE STANDING Minneapolis 34 AB Mackin, 2b 5 O'Hayer, Ib 3 Zimmerman, If 4 Chick, 3b Lynch, c......... 4 Dudley, ss 4 rf 4 Corrigan, cf 4 Pieh, p 4 8 27 H O A 2 3 9 0 2 1 3 St. Paul 4 Toledo Indianapolis E 2 0 Q [Louisville 1 9 EASTERN j Rochester Newark 6S 64 Kansas City Columbus 5B Milwaukee 55 45 42 57 57 5S 62 69 72 77 .66? .544 .483 .443 .419 .369 Matched for a 12- Run With Deer Foot the Indian There seems to be an im- pression the fans that the Miners are due home on Monday. That is not so. Leth bridge opens another scries of three .aames at Edmonton Monday, after which they re- turn home for a string of games with Saskatoon, closing the season. John D. Marsh, the famous Winnipeg long distance runner, arrived in Lethbridge this morning preparatory to a LACK THE RING EXPERIENCE Foolish Being Circulated About Would-be matched race with Deer Foot, the Macleod Indian runner, at LEAGUE Ferry and Crist; Eeff and Krichell; 6 6 1 6 Toronto 5 2 4 1 and Cusack. umpires Halligan and Stafford.. Baltimore Toronto and Egan; Kil- lian, Wilson and Vandergriff. Umpires Hurst and Boyle. NORTHWESTERN At Vancouver At Spokane 3 Tacoma ASSOCIATION At Indianapolis--first game- Kansas City Indianapolis Owens -and James; Cheney Kerns; umpires By ers and Second Kansas City 7 3 Indianapolis 6 o Powell and James; Merz and Bow- erman; umpires Byers and Cusack. At game- Milwaukee 10 3 Columbus 8 2 Schardt and Marshall; Berger, Stremrnel and Arbogast; umpire Chill. Second Milwaukee 10 2 Columbus S 3 Mclnnis and Marshall; Pennybaker and Arbogast; umpire Chill. U SL Paul 7 3 Toledo 12 4 Reiger and Kelly: Baskette and Land; umpires Ferguson and Bush. 34 1 5 24 S 6 Summary: Two-base hits, Lynch Paddock; three-base hit, Duggan; sac- rifice hits, Manning 2, O'Hayer; stolen bases Carney, Ward; bases on balls, oa Pie, 2. Carney ana Stanlev; off Manning '2 (Chick .bases on er- rors, Calgary 4, Lethbridge 4; left on bases, Calgary 7, Lethbridge 9; struck out, .by Pieh 1 by Manning 6; double play, -Smith to Baltimore 60 Montreal.....--..... 50 49 48 Jersey City......... 47 STANDING 45 .602 67 46 .593 59 52 54 49 60 64 68 the ball park, Wednesday even- ing at 7 o'clock. Marsh holds the. fifteen mile championship of the world, but 'this race will be for twelve miles, at which dis- tance he will attempt to es- tablish himself to the right o! the championship title. Deerloot's showing against Q the top notchers. in the east lately, has given his numerous Macleod backers confidence in their Indian beating the con- queror ot Acoose, and they will be down here strongly to support him, it is said. .532 .526 .505 .420 .429 .409 SNODGRASS IS GOING SOME During the past week Fred Snod- grass, a proven sensation, went to bat 21 times and sent out 10 hits. He still leads the National League in ibat: ting and is far ahead of Magee, Hof- inan, Cobb, Lajoie and Speaker in the run for the prize automobile, which goes to the player who has the best batting average in both leagues. Up to date he has played 63 games, has i at the bat 190 times, and.has cracked out 77 bingles. His average is .405, showing a 15-point improve- ment over last wppir .Many people cannot understand why McGraw did What is all this talk about digging up an unknown to tear the laurels from the dusky brow of one Jack John- son? Is Jim Corbett having fun with us? Or is he so piqued at the way things went awry at Reno that he is clutch- ing at moonbeams? Jim, above everybody, must know that looks do not make a fighter. The fact that Miles McLeod, of Missouri, is over six feet five and nearly half as broad -does not bear promise that he will -be able to 'oyeed a blow or dodge. one. It isn't claimed 'that McLeod has i any natural bent for fighting and such not use this young wonder last year, wEeh he sat on the bench the ma-j jority of the time, begging to get aj chance to play. Muggsy started him being the case, with all his stalwart proportions he will have to serve a mighty long apprenticeship before he can expect to make an interestiiij set-to with any fourth raters..let alone perform creditably in front of John- son, the world .beater. Philadelphia Jack O'Brien said some thing pertinent in this connection a i out the same wav this vear, with the! few >rears SCOTTISH FOOTBALL LEAGUE Glasgow, Aug. The following are e results of 'the games played today Connors; passed ball, Lynch; time 1.50; umpire Wheeler; attendance Falkirk 2; Celtic 1, Clyde 0. 800. (Second Paddock, ss Carney, rf Clynes, 1Z Smith, 3b Kellackey, ib Stanley, c Connors, 2b Duggan, cf Standridge, p Game) AB R H 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 A Motherwell 3, Dundee 0; Morton 1, Patricksthistle 1; Queens Park 2, Ham- ilton Academicals 1; Aberdeen 2, Raith Rovers 0; Glasgow Rangers 1, St Mirreno Hiberians 2; Third Lan- ark 1, Kilmarnock 0; Ardrie Onians 1. CLARESHOLM FAIR RACES Claresholm. Aug. results of the sports at the fair here this week were as follows: Farmer's Feed Barn, Minnie Hunter, 1. 3. 1; A, M. Berg, George, 2, 1, 2; R. Coulter, Bill, 3; J. W. Walker, Brady, 3, 4. 4. Boys' Pony Sharpies. Case, Slippery. Bill, 2; It was when Al Kauf practical intention of keeping Mm, Al-was trotted ou around in case one of his other the amateur ranks and signed ers got injured. But Snodgrass did not want to be a common old' sub. T WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else, but bats, balls, rackets, clnbs, fishing tackle, etc., to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more fun aad lots more health- than you could get out of a dozen trunkfuls of clothes. GET YOUR SPORTING TOOLS here if you want them right. -We do no: handle the near right kind The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND'-IP "I can lick any. man who has not He told Muggsy that he wanted x a i had at least two years experience in regular wanted one quick, j the said O'Brien of Philadel- even if he had to go to the minors to phia. get one. He -didn't care whether he CALGARY Football Team to Play Bennett Here on 27th At last night's, meeting ,ot the Foot ball executive every club was sented, some by. three A communication! re the Draw was received from vthe provin- cial meet at Red Deer on We'driesday, night. The draw is as; follows Edmonton meets "Lloydniinsterr Aug. 25. >V (b) Calgary meets Lethbridge Aug. 27. Red Deer gets the Bye. S (c) Winners of Calgary vs; bridge match, play Red Deer..-.; v, (d) Winners of (c) play winners'ot: Other minutes the provincial meet were then .read and adopted clause by clause.. ENGLISH CRICKET London. Aug. (the cricket match played today between Surrey and Somerset the former won by 311 runs Flossy, A. Gaudin, Lucy, 3; five ran. Half-mile .Saddle Horse R. Watt. Ranche King. 1: -E. W. Frost, Bob. 2; F. W. Elliott, Sunshine, 3. Foot Race, 100 Yards, under 12 yrs Mosley, 1: H. Wobick, H. Tait- inger. 2, tie. 100 Yards, under Wobick, 1: j E. Frederickson, 2; A. Barry, 3. Fat Man's J. Herron, 1: I jj. Price, 2; J. Vance, 3. ____ i 2, was put in behind the bat or at first jtoase. Any place at all, just so he could get a chance to work. McGraw, convinced of his determination, which makes all ballplayers, finally acquies- ced to give him a job in the outfield, which he has held down successfully ever since. EDDY COLLINS HITTING HARD JOHN D. MARSH AB jttackin, 2b 4 "O'Hayer, Ib 4 Zimmerman, If 4 Chick, 3b 4 Lynch, c 4 Dudley, ss 3 Ward, rf 3 Miller, p 3 5 27 15 H O A 033 0 12 1 020 1 2 1 5 1 3 E 1 0 0 1 0 3 oj i' 32 Calgary Letnbridge Summary: sacrifice hits, Home 1 5 24 16 f> run, Paddock; Standridge, Connors; i stolen bases, dynes. Connors; furst (base on balls, off Miller 4; left on !'bases. Calgary 5, Lethbridge 4: struck out, by Standridge S. by Miller 1; j double play, Standridge to Connors to Kellackey; time 1.45: umpire Wheel- 10 0 j Toledo 7 2 Cheris and Pierce: Essery and, A'bbott; umpires Ferguson and Bush. At 6 0 5 4 Patterson and Owens; Hall and Hughes; umpire Owens. OTHER W. C. L. GAMES WINNIPEG WON 3 ______.--------- j Moose Jaw 8 1' AMERICAN BOATS WON j and Kreitz; Stark Marblehead. Mass., Aug 19-In what; ell and Bliss. Umpire, Longenecker. was considered weather favorable to i foreign yachts the American boats j EDMONTON WON had no difficulty in again defeating Spanish visitors today in third race for the President Taft and Governor Draper cups. Another victory will give Harpoon, owned by C. F. Adams, permanent possession of President Taft's cup. was second and the Cima a close third, while the Spanish boats trailed behind. The however, was dangeroxis at times. The course was a triangular The race the greater part of the time was a drifting match. P. O. 344 Garage 628 Residence GAEAGE 1262 BEOWISFE- COSMAN CO. "Jve Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster Road. Edmonton 9 3 Saskatoon 4 3 and Spencer: Gor- don and Anderson. Umpire, Smith. BRANDON WON 9 2 j Kegina 4 4J Batteries Thelan and Cooper; j Skeels and Mclntosh. Umpire, Hous-j ton. RUGBY PRACTICE Everyone interested in rugby ft requested to turn out to practice to- night at the barracks at 7 o'clock sharp. WHO IS EASTMAN London, Aug. Canadian sprinter named Eastman has issued a challenge in the papers here for a race at 100 yards for 100 pounds ster- ling a side, for the world's champion- ship. I Eddie Collins, of the Athletics, was only one of the leading sluggers j in the American" League who hit con j sistenly last week. Both Ty Cobb and Larry Lajoie lost several points and 1 Speaker, too, fell off a little. Collins Imade 15 hits out of 29 times at bat (while up against St. Louis and De- itroit pitching, and in the series with [the latter team showed up his fore- i most rival, Ty Cobb, by doing better all-round work. Ty still holds the lead ments_ however, having this week an average I of .379, accumulated by driving out 1142 singles in 101 games. Lajoie is i second, 22 points .behind the Georgian I and Speaker is third, but 11 points be- i hind Lajoie. i Lajoie leads in sending out the (greatest number of singles in both 'leagues. His record is 143 in 107 games. Ty Cobb has made 142 hits, I and there are nine other ibatters who j have hit over the century mark, with j about a half a dozen more just {the verge of breaking in. I the only thing which Cobb isn't lead- jing in. for he has taken the top po- jsition in base stealing, run getting. Sand slugging. j TV'S number of 142 hits contains 30 'two-baggers, 11 three-baggers and 5 home runs, He has hit for 67 extra bases, and his grand average is .558, Staking a total of 209 'bases on hits. i In base stealing he leads with a one j I point majority over Eddie Collins, who i relinquished the lead during the past week. Ty has scored 3 runs in every His majority in that line over Ownie Jack went on to explain that a prize ring has a good deal in com- mon with" a billiard table. To gain success one .has to know all about angles and .distances and he fortified with experience and confidence. When the fight came off Jack proved that he knew what he was talking about. Miles McLeod hasn't even had ex- perience as an amateur and if we wait until he has learned the rudiments of fighting and has had the other year as a professional prescribed by O'- Brien we may find that Johnson is out of the running. Anyhow if the public at all excited over the crop of unknowns that are springing up, it might be as well to have it understood that each of the young hopefuls is to be a trial horse before being re- garded as a fit opponent for Jack Johnson or anyone else in the top row. There are quite a number of were; made for '_ big game, on second and third class heavies, any- one of whom can be depended upon to test the quality of an unknown and thus provide against disappoint- which Calgary comes to It was decided to play the-game the public square, the necessary rangements therewith, being .left iix the hands of the. match A. L. Johnston, S, W. .Tuckwell, T- Robins, and A. J. Warren. The referee for -this match will he S. Atkinson, ,o! Edmonton. The team which represent Lethbridge in this game of the Bennett Shield series will picked on" Monday night at a special meeting of the executive in: con junc- tion, with the Caledonian, Football. Executive. The meeting will fol-. low a match between the Caledon- ians, winners o! the City League, and a picked team from "the remainder of the league. This picked team will he: Mclntyre, goal; FaYfis and Easton, acksi; Willetts, Holberton and Shaw, Fairbrother, Thompson, Ingle, Alcock, and Hawkins, forwards. Reserves McDowall, Pearson, Whyte, Faunch, Chiswick and Simm. Referee, R. Wilson. Writing pf unknowns recalls the time when Herr Placke, an unknown of- Herculean size and small exper- ience, arrived in NYew York from for- eign parts and signed with the ver- satile Kid McCoy. Placke looked the on It's about prodxlced_ ,McCov struck Placke, the latter so green he didn't know how to fall, but he reached the floor eventually. LACROSSE CASE IN POLICE COURT ANSWERS TO BASEBALL QUERIES J. S. number of substitute batters can be sent to bat in -the ninth inning, until the side has (been retired. Any, man can -be taken out part and that's about all. When he of the line-up and a substitute battler noticed the bandages on McCoy's hands, he remarked to his seconds, "Is that all we will and seem- ed visibly relieved when the gloves sent to bat for him at any time the manager wishes. Of course, the.man who has been taken out cannot play any more in tha.t game. H. 0. on third B on second base, with two out. C hits to right field. A scores and then inter- feres with catcher trying to touch B; who makes the third out, A or B? Does A's run count? B is the third out and A's run counts A had already scored before the in- terference took place and his run can- not be taken away from him, because the interference had nothing to do with his scoring. I four games. one Vancouver, -Aug. 20.-The last three quarters of the Howard-Spring la- crosse feature were run o2 with sev- but one point, also, over Lrai exciting features in the police Bush, who was the leader last week., and on the play Magistrate Bull dismissed the charge. Spring of New Westminster charged 'Howard, a Vancouver player, with MAY SEND KICKED TEAM OF STARS TO PLAY ROYALS Lacrosse Magnates Consi.e, Another Tria, of Tmd fay Recina Team ing having assaulted him at a game two Mm. were W4 ,vhen we this case here, to a Vancouver court that it would be dis- missed- Ottawa, Aug. is likely that __ a team composed of all stars of the Bull: "I don't want to National Lacrosse Union will go to j anythiljg that, Mr. Me New Westminster next year for a ser-, ies of exhibition games during the j Mn 3Urns for the defence: "My British Columbia fair. George Bry- lcarned Mend has no right to make such insinuations and he should apol- ogize to the court." Mr. McQuarrie: "I will farther, and say my witnesses have been tam- pered with." son, of Ottawa, a closo friend of Char- 'ite Welsh, of the club. {has been asked to take a team out. j It is not likely that the champions will jgo this fall, and local magnates in- kend to gather a very strong twelve, j Mr< Burns: "Then my learned friend Champion 15-Mile Runner of the World Who Races Here Next Wednesday including several of the Capitals, Te- cumsehs, Torontos and Shamrock play ers. It is said Graydon and Murton, of the Tecumsehs, will be asked to take in the trip, as well as Powers, l-ux- gerald and Hawkshaw, of the Toron- tos; Dillon and Muir, of the Sham- rocks, and Don Cameron, of Cornwall. should give me the opportunity to in- vestigate such a charge." CALGARY PLUMBERS HERE Calgary Plumbers arrived in the city this morning by special car for their big game with Lethbridgo met- al men at 6 p.m. Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L. Upton Basement Oliver Blk." Barber Shop inJ Connection ;