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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta BIG LEAGUE GAMES AMERICAN At Cleveland 2 2 Boston 0 3 Kauwell iind Lund; Cicotte and Klei- umpires Dineen and Pcrriue. Chicago at New York, rain. Detroit at Washington, rain. At Sr. 4 2 Philadelphia 11 1 Pelty and Stephens; Coombs and .Lapp; umpires Coliliower and Con- nolly. NATSONAL At Jtfittsburg 8 0 Brooklyn 8 1 Adams and Gibson; Knetcher and jfcJergen; umpires Kiem aim Ka'uc. At Chicago 5 2 New York 7 0 Brown and Kling: Drucke and My- ers; umpires Higler and Emslie. ASSOCIATION At Minneapolis 7 7 4 4 Lelivelt, Altrock and Smith: Sitten and Carisch; umpires Chili and Cus- ack. At Kansas Citv 12 4 Toledo 4 0 Powell and James; Rodgers, Bas- kett and Abbott; umpires OwenS and tJierhalter. At The Lethbi'idge Daily Herald i IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK Game Rid of its Rough Features No More j Flying Tackles or Interlocking New Play Introduced St. Paul Indianapolis 7 3 6 2 New York, Aug. working nearly all summer the football rules committee made public 'the rules -that are to govern the game during the sea- son of 1910. Changes adopted are revolutionary in character and are caK dilated to minimize greatly the dan- er of accidents under the old rules. The time of play is .divided into four periods of 15 minutes each instead of two 35-mImue halves. The usual in- make a kick 'the ball f line of scrimmage, TSe territory forward of the line of M enemy's camp, is adjudged neutral for j a distance of 20 yards, pending the j completion of a forward pass or kick. A forward pass 'is not legal if the ball crosses a line 20 yards in advance of the -spot where it was put in play be- rore pia.e, ed between the second and third per- tes utes Special Rules on Kick In case of a kick, the players on- e defense within the 20 yard zone not interfere with the ends or players until their opponents the- short intermission no have advanced 20 yards beyond the line or scrimmage. Interlocked interference, that is, players of the side having the ball taking hold of each other, or .using and second and third and fourth per- iods. During player will be allowed to leave -the field or will any one, save the trainer be permitted to come on the field. Short Rests Gearing and Spencer; Cheney and Hixon and Kern; umpire Hayes. At Milwaukee JLouisville...... 6 6 Dougherty and' Ludwig; Slagle and Keilly'; umpires Ferguson and Bush. EASTERN At .Baltimore -4 .0 4 1 Vickers and Byers; Vowinkle and -Williams; umpires Finneran and Staf- ford. At .Newark 5 1 .Montreal 4 1 McGinnity and McAllister; Keefe and Krichell: umpires Byron and Mur- ray. At Jersey City 10 2 Toronto 8 3 Uamnitz and Butler; Rudolph.. Mc- Ginley an-d Vandergrift; umpires Kel- ly and Halligan. At .providence'..... 5 0 .Rochester S 3 Sline and Peterson; McConnel and Blair; umpires Hurst and Boyle. NORTHWESTERN At the beginning of the second and their nands or arms to grasp then ._ fmrrtli feriods the teams change goals, j team-mates m any way, is forbidden, down5 the relative spot on the and it is also forbidden for any man down the possession of the ball and on the side having possession of the the distance to S gained remain as ball to push or pull the man .running thev were at the conclusion of the with the oall.. i Another innovation is to be noted The living tackle has been regard to the substitution of play- Ky a new ruling that iers-during a game. A new'rule pro- player must have at hades that a player who has been re- on the ground This years rules provide player is qualified, to receive a ward pass only when he is at least j one yard back of his own The action of the Leth- bridge team in playing Ed- monton three short games last Wednesday when, only one being billed as postponed games, certainly makes it ap- pear as if the "Miners were showing undue and illegal favor to Edmonton, especially when the Eskimos walked off with'all. three in easy fashion. The games were played in the one afternoon, .right in a row. It is a reflection on the fair-- ness of the Lethbridge team, and an explanation, is forth- coming from' Manager Lynch. About the only excuse appar- ent is the. fact that the, play- ing of those two games meant more money than the Min- ers would have received had they only got the rain guaran- tee of ?30. The gate guaran- tee for each game is The announcement that Pre- sident Eckstorm has thrown .'two of-the games in question out is generally endorsed here. last night in the sixth on account of darkness, when there was floods of light left to have completed quite Withhthe Score 1-0 in Favor of the Berrypickers in the Sixth Smith Said it was too Dark to Continue the Game H Oh vou umpire Smith. With the I Rarely a man reached first on eith- -as scheduled, the other two score sSng 1 to 0 in favor of the i er side. It was a case of one, two tnat privileged gentle- I three, and the side was out. Lynch with nothing else but bats, .balls, rackets, clubs, fishing tackle, etc., in take along on the family vaca- tion. There would be lots more tun and lots move health than you could get out of a dozen tnmkfuls of clothes. GET YOUR SPORTING TOOLS iiere if you want them right. We ut> :ioi handle the right kind The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. got a glimpse of central bag on Dud- ley's sacrifice in the second round and Schaefer scored on HaTper's hit and the latter got around to third easilv two more innings. The game Jon Millar's Texas leaguer, which all started at six o'clock and was called I that succeeded in getting farther than "ion the dot of seven. !the initial station- Schaefer was caught in an attempt to pilfer the second bag in the second round, his team mate, Jones, suffered a like re- verse in .the fourth, and so did O'Hayer, after getting a walk in the When his nobbs" called the game there was a mighty roar from the fans-.- The rude things said to -the vendor of halls and strikes -would not look'polite in print, so we'll to forget, it. have PHONE 1032 412 ROUND lit ATTELL AND LAUDER fifth. Calgary, Aug. match Abe A-ttell and Billy Lauder is toeing promoted here for Labor Day. The ring .fol- lowers of the. city are confi- dent that Lauder would give Attell -a. hard fisht.. line of j marking the field axe done away with scrimmage or occuying a position onjas the quarterback may now cross the the end of the- line. No man of scrimmage at any point. AN ACCIDENT AT EDMONTON RACES Two Racers Collided and One Driver was Badly RAYMOND FAIR SPORTS The Raymond Agricultural fair.. 'Sept. 19, 20 and 21, will be a 'hummer "for sports. The last two days of the fair will almost entirely devoted to sports of every kind. Horse racing, foot racing, roping con- tests, be out of lacrosse for the season. Helen Northern collided' and the lat- ter horse was thrown to ground, while her driver, J, Blair, was hurled over -the prostrate animal. The oth- er sensation was the suspension of Little Mac from all racing tracks and the suspension of his owner, his driver an4 his manager. The horse- comes from Broadview and is owned by Peav.er. Shaw is the driver. The action of Dr. Eaton, of Minneapolis, the starter, was -taken as a result of the owner refusing to start him, 2.23 pace, 2.1S trot; purse Tom Longboat (Powell) Alex Story, Calgary........... Lamona (Stetson) J. Ruttle, Famous Sefton of the Calgary ..baseball club to the Albertan last night "Are you going to stand J.OT the Edmonton-Lethbridge deal? If. not i satisfactorily settled will take it up I with Farrell. Have protested? j That? is -a-copy of trom Mana- ger Rowland of the-Winnipeg'club to Manager Carney of-the Calgary club -There you.'have all that is known of j the basehall situation in ragord to the i baseball frame UD in Emonton be- rwe'en Lethbridge and Edmonton when. -three five innings1 games were played in the' afternoon, and counted in. ttie baseball To say that, the fans are hot about the steal is putting it in the mildest way. They do .not be- the six innings of play was a scratch care so much about the games: "as a matter of fact, it wouidn t Champion Ordered to Quit the single game if the en- of His Heart jure three games were thrown; outJWe Toronto, Aug. 111 6 3 Tobacco A. C Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection 4 d 4212 Helen Northern (Blair) J. Blair, Rosthern 6 Czanta (Dorapier) J. Dom- pier. Prince Albert 3 Polly (Smith) H. Shellington Saskatoon Little Mac (Shaw) M. Peaver .Broadview.............. 4 Special Dolly Bell, M. F. Webs, Edmonton.......- 2 1 1 Boundary Boy (John- son) J. Batch, Cal- gary Earlwood (Chapman) F. Fuson, Stettler.. Dalton McCarthy (Houde) Dr. Picker- ing, Edmonton..... 2.30. %-mile dash, open, purse I Nellie Racine (Brown) Calgary, 1; Outside (James) J. Cox, Viking, 2; Bye-bye (O'Brien) C. H, Smith, 3. Time 5-7 dash, open, purse Ivanhoe (O'Brien) C. H. Smith, Medicine Hat, 1; Billy D. McMillan, (Lionel) Farrell, Saskatoon, 2; Young Pilgrim (Leman) G. M. Sage, Innis- fail 3; Miss Rappel (Madden) J. cnampagne, Battleford, 4. Time 1-04. pride of Canada, has retired from the cinder path. .Jack who has been rac- ing since he was 16 years of age, and who was Longboat's must serious ri- val up to 15 miles in 1907 and the Can- adian mile champion for two years, has been ordered to quit the track ex- clusively. The physicians are dub- ious of the effect of the hard races Tait has engaged in since last tail upon his heart. Tait has just finished a particul- arly hard season during which he met such good Americans as Mel. Shep- pard. George V. Bonhag, Wilton C. Paull A.bel Kiviat, Harry Gissing to say nothing of such good Canucks as Arnold Knox, Chuck Skene and Geo. lister. Tait's defeat of Geo. Bonhag in New York last spring, when Bonhag j was at his best, was his best perfor-j mance. He set a new world's indoor j I mile and a half record in this race, i i He also defeated Paull twice and chas- ed Bonhag to town in the two-mile race at Buffalo, where Bonhag set a new world's mark. Tait was one of the most popular athletes Canada ever had, a boy whose honesty and integrity was always be- yond reproach. thp .must win four of the next, sLx games Tait, me Qf geries to land But whether the games count or not. the principle of -the thing, the rank robbery part of it, is what grinds the baseball people here. Of course it makes a -difference with Winnipeg. If Edmonton counts the three games, Winnipeg has no chance to win out. If the games are not counted, and they shouldn't he count- ed, then Edmonton will have to win four of the seven games to beat Win nipeg. Oriet Scratches fielders Harper, next up, on the bean in a choice part of-the campus and Schaefer skat- ed home. Harper succeeded ..-In, get- ting around, to third, out there, he died.' That was -the nearest approach Joe Tinker, One of the Stair' Artists .of the Chicago. Cubs ;v Joe Tinker'has been one of the.inain- stays 6f the" Chicago vears Joe is "one of the most valuable "working parts' of this, great 'baseball machine, the' most -perfect- on the dia- mond: 'He' 'is a- -brillliant a timely hitter, -and possesses a- goodly suppl'yof brains- .He and .Ms 'partner.. Johnny form the fastest pair- of infielders to 'be- found on- the -diamond. -Evers and, -Tinker ai-; ways' "'have -their .thinking- apparatuses in -working 'order and delight in pull-- ing -off .unexpected plays -that; throw .consternation- into the ranks of, -an op- posing-clu-b.'.If-.there-ls.one team ..above another -that these two' clever baseball artists --delight: in discomfiting it, is- the New York Giants. McGaw's-men- fear the Evers-Tinker combination- more than any other. They ..were 'at their best in the recenf series between the Giants and the whejr the 'former to another score 'on throughout the.game-..-- either side wsre beaten to a frazzle. on: .their. own- grounds. One of their stunts was -a marvelous' double play .that called.-f or the highest- praise- of the New York. baseball critics. Lethbridge Ma'ckin, 2b Oriet, s.s. Zimmerman, Chick, 3h Lynch, c Dudley, r.f. O'Hayr, Ib Corrigan, c.f. Saskatoon Whisman, rf Jones. 2b Wilson. l.f. Davison, c Harper, s. s. Hewer, c.f. Millet-. ?.b Gordon, p. l.f. AB R H P.O. A.E. 2 3 2 _2 "o 1 1 2 Here is the dope as far as we are pass concerned. i___'_ With the three crooked games count- j------ ing if we win four games of the series Edmonton would be 36 win, 13 lost or ,717. But with the three crooked games not counting. Edmonton would on tiTirt -anri Inst -or .698, or four Pieh Was a Human Knot by Oriet, which took all the latter's speed to beat out. He walked a few which slightly. marred his perform- ance, but that was his only weak- ness. Pieh had it on'him in that re- i spect, never giving anything like a 16 0 I 18 12 0 AB R H P.O. A E 3-0 0 0 00 1230 0, 0 2 i 0 1 0 CALGARY LABOR DAY ATHLETICS Tne Trades and Labor Council and he Y M. C. A- of Calgary, have .join- ed hands in holding an Athletic meet on Labor Day, September Sev- eral good events' are billed and will be governed by the A- A. A. of C. rules Lethbridge .amateur athletes will be welcome to attend and Com- 6 0 22 1 5 IS 13 R-H E 000 4 0 000 5 0 Earned runs 1; struck out by Pieh 4, by Gordon 5; bases on balls off Pieh 0, off Gordon 3; sacri- fice hit, Dudley. Umpire Smith. Time 'one hour. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. S. 9. Lethbridge Saskatoon Summarv 1 2 3 3 4 4 2.26 P. 0. BROWISTE- COSMAIST CO. Five Stalls, with lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished and delivered. 246 Westminster EXCITEMENT At Ball Game Killed Rooter, Who Was Retired New York Merchant Philadelphia, Penn., Aug. ing a particularly exciting period of today's game at Shibe Park an elderly man, who had been among the most enthusiastic rooters in the grand stand and was known as a constant attendant, was seen to collapse in his seat and pitch forward _ to the floor. Dr. Boone. who was not far away, hastened to the side of the stricken man, but could only pronounce him dead, presumably of heart failure. Not fully satisfied with this decis- ion the ball ground management sent the man to the Homeo- pathic Hospital, where Dr. Jacoby con- firmed the report of Dr. Boone. An investigation proved that the dead "rooter" was Mose's Nathan, 60 years old of No. 2222 North Thirteenth St Mr. Nathan was a retired whole- sale clothing merchant who had long been in business in New York, but made his home in this city for sev- eral years. ahead of ,us. if we win five of the seven iiies we win out, whether the crook- ed games count or not. Not so with Winnipeg. Suppose the crooked games do not count. If we -win four of the seven the Edmonton standing would be 30 win and 13 lost or .698. But Winnipeg by winning all its games, as it is going to do, would _ stand 34 win, 14 lost or .70S, which Jn first inning. Calgary scored inertia, Uur runs off snbsn- They have nothing to gaiujtuted in that innings. The Edmonton EDMONTON GOT BUMPED AGAIN Calgary, Aug. Rough Rid- ers won a game today from Deacon White's tribe of ball players by the score of 7 to 4. The Edmonton star, Dell, was taken out of the box after he had filled the bases wtih r.wo passes Don't forget tonight's foot- -r ball smoker at the Caledonian Hall. Presentation of the Bu- chanan Shield will toe made, and there will be a good pro- gramme. The following events will appear on the card: Men's Events 100 yards run. 220 yards- run. 440 yards run. 880 yards run. One mile run. 120 yards -low hurdles One mile cycle. Five miles cycle. Five mile run. 10. Running high jump. 1. Running broad jump. 12. Pole valut. 13. Fiftysix pound weight. 14. Sixteen pound weight. 15. Sixteen pound hammer. Events 18 yerrs or under 1. Running high jump. 2. Running broad jump. 3. 100 yards run.- 4. One mile race. Union Events Novelty races, children's races tug- of war, etc. t in this. however, it is ecided, and they are making their protest directly upon principle. They do object to a cold steal, and that is what they are kick- ing about at the present time. THT DOPESTER team pulled up even by getting runs in the second, third, fourth and sixth. but dynes smashed a three-bagger to right, sending two men home in the eighth, and Hickey's wild pitch let him in. Manning was in rare form, struck out ten Eskimos. He al- i lowed five hits, a couple -being of the scratch variety. Calgary got ten hits I off Hickey, hut the southpaw held (.The Winnipeg Telegram) j them pretty well in his mit until the in Calgary they say that l.cili 'eighth. The Calgary infield was away bridge 'laid down to Edmonton in the ofL just completed, and their HO- _ tion yesterday in playing three five innings games looks very much as if j WINNIPEG WON WINNIPEG COMMENT ON BASE- BALL SITUATiON they were entitled [to -the ters, which the fans in Winnipeg S 0 s> r o Regina Team Leaves by Saskatchewan Epress Next Wednesday Regina, Aug. Regina foot- ball team, to play at Toronto for the People's shield as well as at other eastern cities, leaves here next Wed- nesday night at The boys will leave on the C. N. R. Saskatchewan express and will travel via Minneapo- lis and St. Paul and Chicago, arriving at. Swn Irehanding them. There does Brandon 2 not appear to be any justification in j; the world for the five innings' affairs, and it is doubtful if they were in strict! accordance with the rules which call for all regulation games -to be played j of nine innings duration, with the ex- j gaines of last Wednesday that have WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING The two Lethbriuse Edmonton CANS HAD MONEY Baltimore. Md., Aug. Gans, the former light-weight pubilist left an estate worth about His dia- monds cost him over The Gold- field hotel here is estimated to be worth E YOUR OWN DOCTOR ON Y017IC VACATION Lots of times on a. you'll a droii of jood Whisky City-bred folks sweeptible lo colds ia the chilly evening of the. Uina or Carry doctor U yoar suitcase. A bottle of "SPECIAL SELECTED Rye WHisKr remedy the host of raiflor ills the vacationist is heir to. pure, well-matured whiiky a beneficent you- are oat of sorts. Those who take a. "Little before welt o'Atchts, evefc though the air be the illankets Ymir Grocer can supply you vith Gorky's ''SPECIAL SELECTED" wrapped m a corrugated carton io prevent other weather Although it is his home -team that is being accused of quitting the league, President Bck- storm should look into the case and if j the charges are true, vigorous action should be taken. "Lethbridge's action is in striking contrast with that of Dad Letcher and his team mates from Regina who, al- though right at -the tail end of the heap, gave the Maroons the most vig- orous argument of any team since the local boys started their wonderful dash for first place." the league as 'being illegal, have -been j struck out of this standing. j WoQ (jalgary......... 32 Edmonton 27 Winnipg........ 29 Jaw....... 21 Saskatoon........ 16 Lethbridge 15 Brandon......... 14 Kegina......... 7 Lost 11 11 14 19 22 22 25 35 P. C. .744 .710 .674 .525 .421 .405 .358 .166 A H. CORBY DISTILLERY COMPANY of Corbyvilh for Over ;