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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Friday, August PageD BIG LEAGUE GAMES EASTERN Newark 9 0 Montreal 7 4 Waddell, McGinmty and McAllister; Jones, 'Wiggs and Krichell; umpires Murray and Byron. At providence fi 2 Rochester 12 0 Barberic-h, Randolph and Peterson; Holmes and Blair and Martell; um- pires Boyle and Hurst. Ac Buffalo- Baltimore 9 2 Buffalo 4 2 Marony and Byers; Taylor and Wil- liams. Second Baltimore 5 2 Buffalo 8 1 Adkins and Egan: Carmiehael and Woods; umpires Stafford and Finner- :ia. At Jersey City 9 1 Toronto 8 0 Frill and Butler: Killian and Tou- ncman; umpires Halligan and Kelly. NATIONAL At .Vittsiburg 11 2 .Brooklyn 2 4 Leil'ielc, PMlippi and Gibson; Bell and Bergen; umpires Brennan and O'Day. At- Nev Chicago 11 2 3 2 Cole and Kling: Wiltse, Crandall and -Myers; umpires Overall and Kelly. At St. Louis 4 2 .-ioston, 7 0 Willis, Harmon and Bresnahan; i-lattern and Raridan; umpires Bason End Johnstone. At Cincinnati 7 0 Philadelphia___ 9 0 Suggs, Beii'ton. and McLean: Moren and Dooin; umpires Rigler and Em- slie. AMERICAN At C eveland 11 3 Fasten 7 1 Mitchell, Harkness and Land; Smith Wood and Kleinow and Carrigan: umpires Psrrine and Dineen. At Washington 5 2 Detroit 11 3 Groom and Ainsmith: Works and Casey: umpires Evans and Kerih. At Chicago 6 7 New 15 1 Lang, Scott and .Sullivan; Hughes and Criger; umpires O'Loughlin and .ygan. Ac St. St. Louis 16 1 Philadelphia 12 1 Linke, Bailey and Stephens; Plank, Morgan, Dygert, Atkins and Thomas and Livings-ton: umpires Connolly and (Jolifiower. ASSOCIATION At Minneapolis ___ 13 3 Columbus 4 2 Sage and Owens: Pennybaker and Arbogast: Chill and Cusack. At Kansas Kansas City....... 4 0 Toledo 8 4 Brandon and Hitter; Rogers and Abbott: umpires Owens and Bush. Game called seventh, rain. At 3 Louisville 1ft 1 McGlynn and Ludwig: Higinbotliam and Reilly: umpire Ferguson. St. Paul-Indianapolis, rain. MINERS CELEBRATE THEIR RETURN WITH A VICTORY WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING hJcirnonton 28 Aoose Jaw...... 20 Saskatoon........ 15 Branaon........ 14 Kegina V Won Lost 3'J 10 31 11 14 19 22 24 24 33 P C .750 .738 .666 .512 .405 .384 .368 .175 Lunch Counter Cigars and Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection Berrypickers Took the Lead but were Over- hauled The travel-stained and roaa-ivorn Min ers celebrated their return.home last evening at the ball park by taking the ex-Hatters or Saskatoon Berry- pickers into camp, and easing over them a victory by a little mar- gin. Score 4-3. The travel-stained and road-worn Miners celebrated their return home last night at the ball park ,by taking decorated the mount for the home club and Dunn for the opposition. Both were hit freely enough, but they pitched steady ball, nevertheless. Lethbridge got away with a couple of hits right oft the reel, but failed to score. The visitors also failed in their initial innings, but in the sec- ond they started a peculiar set of manoeuvres which proved too deep for the Miners to fathom, in Tact, the Berrypickers had them rambling in such a way that Joseph and his men .took on the appearance of a bum troupe of burlesquers of a cheap paint, powder and tights trust. The visitors had three tallies to their cre- dit, it was seen, when the smoke cleared away. But that was their finish. After that they wallowed and fought and cultivated a tremendous desire to make a showing, but only a crop of goose eggs was the productive quantities exhibited. The favorites came to .the front and asserted their powers in .the fourth. Two tallies resulted. It happened thusly Lynch stung a beauty on the nose for two bags. Then Ward pickled another over second and, Joe skated home. O'Hayer followed with a skeeter to short and should have been out but Schaefer. dropped the ball, O'Hayer getting through safely and Ward beating at home at lei- sure. The side was soon afterwards retired The next tally for the Miners came in the sixth, through single by. Ward to left. O'Hayer bunted safely but might have been put out with a perfect throw. Corrigan put up a fly back of third which left field fail- ed to hold, though it was compara- tively easy, and he went safe. Grimes grounded to short, Corrigan was forc- ed at second, on an attempt to double Grimes, at first Schaefer dropped the ball and the former was safe. Ward scored on the error. O'Hayer. later retired the side by being run down between home and third. Mackin first up in the seventh sin- gled, which was the forerunner of an- other tallv. Oriet sacrificed. Zim. flew out. Chick got hit with .the ball. Lynch then scored Mackin with a clean hit to centre. That finished the scoring in that innings. In the eighth another run was made by the locals, but the game was call- ed, and, perforce, it reverted back to even innings and the run didn't count. Victory might have gone to Sas- katoon, but for the mistake 01 Hew- er. Harper made first on Chick's low throw and went around to second before O'Hayer recovered the. bail.. Hewer next up, hit hard and high over Ward's head bringing in. Harper, but the hitter failed to touch first. Everybody saw even the umpire, and Hewer was called out, upon the ball being returned to first, and Harper's score didn't count. Roy Dudley started in the game, but was obliged to retire through sickness in the second innings i; Ward substituting. Oriet with, a game leg, put up his usually fast game at short. He seem- ed more seriously handicapped at the hat. However, he" did well at that. The game' was rather featureless, but Johnny Mackin's double play un- assisted gave a flash of life to. it. Harper terrifically on the line and Johnny snared it, then doubling Davidson leading off second. Joe Cor- rigan made a brilliant running catch in the field, which helped some, too. A fair crowd was in attendance. The game commenced at 6 o'clock, as all other games until further notice. ALL BIG FIGHTS OF THE FUTURE FOR ENGLAND FIVE LOCAL RUNNERS WANTED London, Eng., Aug. Tremend- ous interest is being manifested by Knglish followers in the plans of Hugh D. Mclntosh, the ".'Australian promo- ter, to stage at the Olympia, the com- ing season, a number of high-class in some of which world's titles may be involved, at compara- tively popular prices. -Neither Mr. Mclntosh nor the: pugilistic public has any fight with the National Sporting Club, where, 'the English champion- ships at the -different, -weights are always decided. But the Australian realizes that the National Sporting Club -has altogether too small quarters to seat even a considerable proportion of those who would like to witness worth-while 'battles. At the Olympia Five local distance runners are wanted -to go in a ten-mile relay against John D. Marsh. Good two-milers are requested to send in their names to the Sporting Editor or the Herald. Mclntosn .have sufficiently am- ANOTHER JOLT FOR FRlSCO_FIGHT FANS j Short Round Bouts Are Today Called Illegal and are To be Stopped San Francisco, Aug. fight- ing in this city, -which "Has 'had some severe jolts in the past few months, was handed a sleep producer by the district attorney's office yes- terday and boxing in San Francisco today appears to have taken the count. Short round 'bouts, on which the pro- said President Charles Mur-I expected to keep alive interest phy, of the Cubs, who recently hit up-'are called illegal by District Attorney on the most unique plan e- ei attempt-! and the chief of police has Murhpy's Unique Plan "Almost every mail brings me let- ters telling of some undiscovered won IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with nothing else but bats, ballt, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc., to take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more fui and 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 not handle the near right kind. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. ed to recruit vouru; .ball ai'd to-day has fans worVjng for r.iir. The plan of th; t'uo president is us been asked to prevent exhibitions. The decision was rendered in a let- ter to the city authorities and sug- Saskatoon Bennett, of Jones. 2b Wilson, cf Davidson, c 3 Schoefer, lb ____ 4 Harper, ss 4 Hewer, rf ____ 4 Miller. 3b 4 p 2 AB R H PC A E 1 i 0 2 2 2 0 0 1 n 1 2 2-0 2 1 0 Leth'bridge Mackin, 2b 5 1 Oriet. ss........ 3 0 Zimmerman, If___ 4 o Chick. 3b........ 3 0 Lynch, c 4 1 ward, ri" 4 2 O'Hayer. 1-b 4 0 Uorrigan. cf 3 0 (Crimes, p 4 0 31 3 10 21 14 2 AB R H PO A E pie accommodations to 'have all of his fight's' for the public in the broad- est sense of the word.' Just at present Jimmy Britt, the ex-American light-weight, is looking after the Mclntosh interests on this side, having been, bhusly delegated by Mr. Mclntosh himself during the lat- ter's flying trip to this country a couple of weeks ago. In securing Britt Mclntosh showed his customary acu- men, for Britt is not only a clever manager, -but he is immensely popular the English people, who have j implicit confidence in him. It was Jimmy Britt's adroitness that was, to no small extent, responsible for the tremendous 'hold- Packer McFarland gained on the people of this country during his visit of last spring. Mclntosh is a man who does big things in a big way, and it is evident from his plans that he proposes to continue that .policy. He plans staging the best contests ever seen in England, excepting possibly some of those in the'exclusive Na- tional Sporting Club.. Britt declares i that the Burns-Langford bout will be j the best of the -lot and that it will a- j simple as it is unique. He wrote afgests that it is .much easier to pre- personal letter to these 3.GOO fans re- vent fights than to rely on the round- questing them to forward names of method of prosecution after the most in they are over. their locality. He promised to pay- Amateur bouts and limited round af- j a liberal sum to the discoverer of the! fairs are held to violate the state i youngsters who finally made good j laws and city ordinances. The pro- with the team. The letters were sent I moters are today trying to figure out PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ttl Sporting Brief s Criger is 'again catching for the New York Americans. Nationals .took in at game against Toronto. their 2 4 1 2 0 2 2 0 out -several ago and many ans- wers have .been received. Hughie Jennings offered the Wash- ington club ?30.000 for 'Street and Johnson. a way to keep the game going, but j admit that the -task appears'hopeless. The Football Game of tke S eason xt Fred Pereira continues to 'beautiful form for the touring cricketers. bat in. Ottawa Fred Mitchell's 'poor throwing, has' cost the New York Americans 'sev- eral games of late. Saturday One.thousand supporters went with the Nationals for the Tecumsehs game. Tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock j the Calgary Callies, champions of Can- j ada, with their following of fans and j rooters, will pour into 'the city. At i 5.30 in the evening the aforesaid team j will be lined up on the City Square; to do battle with the Lethbridge j Uallies. Champions of Southern Al- j berta. It would be quite interesting, j would it not, if the latter team j Well, they are out 'to do so. and the i issue of tomorrow evening's game will j tell. It is the first game in the Ben-i rouse interest everywhere. While no j Qet SMeld series_ Thg kick.01T is at 34 4 14 21- 8 1 runs. 3 apiece: two base hits. Ward. Lynch; left on bases. Lethbridge S, Saskatoon. 7: bit 'by pitcher, Chick and Dunn: base on balls. Bennett 2. Saskatoon 030 000 0 3 10 2 Lethbridge 000 201 14 1 Two With Lethbridge Wiped Off the Slate President Eckstorm has de- nounced the tactics engaged in by the Lethbridge and Ed- monton teams in playing three five-Inning games on Wednes- day last. There was one game scheduled and no permission had been granted to play any postponed -games, especially shor-t ones, and two of those games will be wiped off the slate. To the president' It looks like a frame-up and -Ed- monton will suffer the con- sequences of a shady-looking deal. OTHER W. C. L. GAMES CALGARY WON Calgary, Aug. Eskimos bit the dust hard last-evening in the in- Itial game of the strenuous series .be- j tween the battlers for the premier positioa in the league ladder. Dellar was an easy mark in the first inning, Smith and. Standridge both getting runs, and Houston could'nt turn the tide of victory .when he relieved Dellar. The Cowpunchers won hands down. (Jalgary 0 1'Jdmorjton 7 1 Dellar, Houston and Spencer; Stand- ridge and Stanley: umpire Wheeler. Delehanty and Moriarty of .the De- troit Tigers are laid up through in- juries sustained in sliding to .bases. None of -the National league out- fielders have anything this season on Zach Wheat, the Brooklyn jihenom. It is understood that there is a move on foot to 'have the Canadian Henley meet transferred to Toronto. P. 0. GARAGE BEOWtfE- oo. Five Stalls, lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 248 Westminster Road. MAROONS STILL Winnipeg, Aug. 25 WINNING 3 public announcement has, as yet, 'been made, it is certain that a mammoth emblematic of the light-weight championship of the world, will be given to the winner. It -will be the first time that an official- contest for the title has' ever been held, and cer- tainly there will ibe disputing the right of the title with the winner, One announcement of Britt's in -be- half of Mclntosh that has made a de- cided hit everywhere is that the mov- ing-picture privileges will be entirely eliminated. There will be no pictures taken of any of the Olympia -battles, to avoid any possible charge that the men are fighting with -the pictures as much in mind as the .title itself. All 'boxers appearing at the Olympia un- der the Mclntosh management will be i working under a guarantee, with the privilege of a percentage. The fact that Mr. Mclntosb is him- self a British subject has given him a following and a prestige that he might not otherwise have been able to secure. And in 'that connection i Britt announces that the Australian will jump in and do what he can helping develop in England a heavy weight that shall be worthy of -the country. At present there are} a half dozen claimants to the .title, tout not one of the lot has any class. Mclntosh sees no reason why England should not have as good a heavy- weight as she has a feather weight or a light weight. Mclntosh has the much-touted Bom- bardier Wells under his wing already, and has promised to do all he can for him. The Australian believes Wells to be one of those improving sort of fellows who. if properly and carefully handled, can -be rounded into a cham- 5.30. The referee is J. Dalgetty. ot (Jalgary. j In the evening after the game, a! grand smoking concert will >be held j in the Labor Hall, when the presenta- j tion of the Buchanan Shield to the J Callies', winners of Letlibridge City j League, will be made by W. A. Bu- chanan. M.P.P., the-donor. The sale of the receipts from which. are contributed to the expense fund, is going on merrily. The local 'boys are at Quite an expense in this under-taking' and it is up to the public to show their appreciation and help foster the amateur sport-v The public are also requested to aid the committee as much as possible in keep ing the grounds clear both at the lines and during half time. In every way the fans should support the Cal- lies. Following is the Callies' Goal. Boss; backs, 'Smith and Ander- son; half backs, Crawford, "Wlhyte ,and Glenn: forwards, Marr. Page. Moore, Weymss and Oliver. Reserve. M-cIl- vena. Lethbridge linesman, G-; .C. Col- lier. A Bad Opinion (Saskatoon Capital) Calgary is the chestiest aggregation in the W-estern Canada-league and. they, think that they are the only'team, that can play the game. They are full of conceit, and can't help showing it, and this apparent feature has caused them to be the most disliked ball team -in; the -league. .None of the other teams' has a good word for them and; it is the ambition of some teams, io-. see them lose -the permit', this year." Edmonton is close on their having lost one game more than have the Cowpunchers. Edmonton has-won 23 games, and lost 10, .while Calgary has won 23 and lost nine. This does not look any to bright for the top- aotchers and it is expected that Edmon- ton will -win out in the second, half. 'Pive games will have 'to be played "be- tween the'two winning teams is promised that they will be 'the real -ex- citing contests ,of the. season. Morrow tried to slip one over on r.he Maroons with the assistance of two players from, the defunct Regina team, which disbanded 'here today. Although the visitors showed lots of life for four rounds and looked like winners, they were tamed in this round when Piper cleaned up the loaded sacks with a three sacker off Heinrich. Winnipeg 9 1 Brandon 5 4 Fosberg and Kreitz; Heinrich and Cooper; umpire Longenecker. "PionshiP And .that is just REGINA DISBANDED The Regina Club, which was controlled by the league after the Regina directors threw it up, has been disbanded by President Eckstorm, and the remaining games have been awarded to Moose Jaw, which club the Regina team was scheduled to play. The class of ball the ''has beens" have put up makes the -action of the president commendable. what Mclntosh intends to do by easy stages. If he -succeeds in giving Eng- land a 'heavy weight of championship timber he will earn the gratitude of the sport-loving public. Of course, it will be understood, however, that it will be impossible for Mclntosh -to have in his Olympia any battles involving the championship of England. It is one of -the conditions of the Lonsdale belt series that all .battles for the various 'belts and the titles for which 'they stand shall be under the of the National Sporting Club. And by another con- dition in the deed of gift the Nation- al Sporting Club officials shall .be the sole judges as to the fitness of any aspirant to challenge for a title. In his sporting gossip Jeff Thomp- son says: "I am tipped off from the West that Victor McLaglen, the new Australian, fighter, is showing cham- pionship mettle. The Australian has been doing a little fighting in Cali- fornia, 'but he'has not yet had the proper opportunity to snow all he can Come off. McLag- L may look Imposing, >buf he Is no. good. SOLE AGENCY FOR 'So many men took advantage of the ex- ceptional offer made last Saturday that I decided to'give those another chance to- morrow who did not avail themselves of the opportunity a week ago and again of- fer the balance of these High Grade Suits at a Low Grade Price. Don't Let This Snap Pass Men's 2-piece Suits for I have a few different sizes in-these le'ft, which I will be certain to get rid of tomor- row at this price. Summer Underwear at Cost Zimmerknit Balbriggan in natural and blue Eegular 6oc for.....4.0c Egyptian Sanitary. Eegular 90c for 60c .Silkette, in pink; regular for .7oc B. V. D. Nainsook jregular 75c for .50c THE SLATER SHOE BUCHAN Next to Eureka Theatre THE MEN'S MAN Bound Street ;