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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Jfayers and Fol SP at a every s enjoed pFesideht of the Society The Lethbrldge Pally i T WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK Best Footijail Twenty Minutes Extra Time to Score the Winning 21 Great Crowd Saw Game The CalUes it of the supported football He also executive L oenau or the league I was the ty welcome Well its nn ui me so laratamrateJtL of wearers ofthe had been t into play forth and Beneath T After ncal m at territory and to the first It ina as if m jv Bert those rwo old faxorltes of ores o Depends fel1 and They Sat Upon the Tack Sn easy oa the took as if to express their thanks the Calgary forwards the and Play s came ia durin and brand of about nate piece of until as a result of that the the second yearthatthe won the shield the executive was pleased 1 that to Tile had their big share and his de second half ior some very reproachful epithets taey failedto disturb the mental equilibrium of his official personage To his credit It must said that he was particularly sharp on aBst it be forgotten that he was at a discount in the estimation of the fans the result of his being a Calgary man towards the end of the last half the style of play lost Its close nature and onger nofcso well placed came nto It was plain that each team was straining itself to the ut most to ireak bnt such was notto A disappointment awaited thehome when again afternoon jame was taken by Edmonton by the score of 7to Calgary put three Pitchers the box but visiting sluggers were on but twelve Angles to the Loose fielding had a lot to do with the locals losing Ueehan twirled good ball but was sick and had to go out in the seventh but ame HIC finished the Carney saved him for tonights and put Drechko in to finish luc There were no brilliant ocore by Edmonton 10 2 7 3 pellar and Stand f icige Drecbkoand Stanley and Umpires Wheejer and ss rf If 3b cf Ib AB 5 4 4 4 2b P Boss froze unto their for their drireV first cleared rewarded by seeing such force on quarters The fans the me iiULue wnen again r just as Wbyte was kicking a goal on standrtd4 n Jeeoal the shrlU tones of the UrSS P Thh frn rcS h placidly i or oanch of players like Leth never in presenting tie present occasion upon whicah the shield to the sain theCaledonian Football Club He sayhe was sorry that the hadwon it each be cause he believed that the best team TT a He was only had aot another victorv to iheir match for fee Bennett ith their Calgary He wished io pay a young men who iad cometo the mother country from that to clean amateur sport appiaose he had never of football bntiadinthe oast considerable part jnhocfcev and and was keenlv iniesest ed in all amateur s ed as he placed himself for a hot was stopped on the act their rot had the te ball minutes he local tjiii HA me whistle proclaimed another offside and no Full time sheet read Fiften minutes each looked 2ong enough for something to crop It turned and in the form of a score that broke the but alas 65 for the gods had smiled Lussi Cf on the Calgary Spencer c ine deea was cone about five minutes Brennan 3b p If ib ss oneminute later lie gary trying the Quite jvossibiy the a UllllLlLSS the attempt to break the had The and Jc happened thusly here the maijl line aere getting the of the and up Boss powers in good A series of passes ycijjscS close to this worthy and the scrim waitedin vain fo7a ittthe scrim o displaytheir tae Jcs The llcKechnie pick iic ten fnP tVrt m Walters rf p AB 5 4 4 5 4 4 1 1 1 11 5 2 1 t them after actor unless hi there wa same foil The Bern up because t viewin and conse irig to grander lack coup Listless some other big lea couldnt act his best icace applauded when nt reason The no doubt s and the Miners put Saturday afternoon e more ball players e than there was no cheer on to greater and r 14 0 A 0 0 1 0 1 glicautsafcihe ticket on which i The Miners partic nd floundered and thousrh they appare pycdnt care much whe they dKoibrwise or never Numerous hits were oiled I got one mor set tlve order o YOUR SPORTING TOOLS here them right do not handle near right The Lethbridge Sporting GoodfeCo HONE 1032 412 ROUNDS r LEO HOUCK coated Harry Lewis in Interesting Inning Bout the boxin arr sm crowd of fight follo a shade the the iirst txvo ri of all time after the second found there any super ropes in the tenth he not have been able had it not been gong He was revived sufficiently stay during the n a bu so good wii scattered uriless sdme 0 one mishaprjjps D get on a local brigade jamexed bat they were scatte fe sad ihe baseswere invariably emty when they caimW so they proved tarrea of fe visiting bunch only i tian the local louts came in of fv Team From Boeder Defeat Cal CaJw has a heaiWlS6 good Pacing and a forward line that nut op a oetter class got possession of the Letfebridge scor ag number Lethbridge boys oertainlv strained to even or fjvc but ill 1 CLtIiLtCUi He then handed the Shield to Anderson said on behalf o 3as pleasure in the and they nest They also to win the other trophies anc promise thev wouldeet shield in isii presidejit of the Leth nezt of ihe Calgary b they had just rhad the pleasedto to Letii although regretted the re oftheir matchhad sotbeentfi otter way lie looksi adraw an extra called at ear or which a better class of oombinatioE than I tneir last spasm ball from the first at 5ot Possession of they all but sccceedec using their rushed down in i Lfk sat J2ara tllem oticeaWe effectIt cannof be 3d f passei over to nothingne tnatthe game was rough The J Iofted over the S a hard earned rusl close and oftntSes f Blowing aseries flf5 iLcucuMeo oeaOl backward DSSSPS Jtwas niii hr Pages close and oftentimes iea f Ul aseries ended in a goal clean and alwavf Oliver Artierpill but ithad Quite a noticeable feature and 5fe ecd of s at the wllistls as itwas red as tae ball elnrfprt the absence of not air shottins In that respect it at chasingtfie next they wonS not haveto go 10 Captain of the j T Mr t icaycirt it outclassed the TaberBritf same ruesday Following a i grouniier that TL duplicated next minute by Moore 1 ho heavy oa a long shot f rom left toatfailed to locate Strangs co was working to ad three minutes afterRards ed as the ball eladed Strangs vie at its dusty the evened Nothing more verv happened dttrins first and score stood 11 at socnd of proclaimed the gaaae play during the second are linkups goalSmith l backs Crlwford fc 37 7 10 27 13 j Summary Twobase Paddocki sult a sacrifice Kellackev f Brennan stolm Mills with a Baxter and Iviorse first base onballs ths Ceenan 2f DelJar 4 left on f errorets 9 struck 1 the firsr w uuiJilg Llie next rounds but was to drop the boutgone an ground Houck surely have by knockout LLOWNSTER WON Miller in brace of walfceai Miller Second The second of edohians in First Football Round Pro Aug 2 w sSr r fast Calgary and Beacon White s latest to the Stand puge hada the better of the Calgarywon Pat iianagaas an error by Chesty unwe uaiue ti and Stanleys timely hit scored f IerriDle first Till 1TTTi CTTrT JT fy one behind jecond into Corri which was Hewer scrambled j fi 1 Inthe fourth ani fifth things wen along fairly well aid devoid of sensa But JD there came a halves goal backs TST even more fast and furj halves Kennv T m the but try as they i McKecinie T iither forward lice could OTO scoring Most dangerj and t become at and it is i tht onljrun in tht second Score 2 CalRarr 72 Batteries Houston and Spencer Standridge and A NICE BOUQUET FOR C ECK I Sf issue u he Albertan in Saturday the following excellent JEckstorm in tu isrtr et our readers turn for a minute sporting page and tilings per The a course everv momin0 at page is quite as interesting as is page to a large number f more interesting to r 9 ciic au uti e and upright will auprbve of the courageous and firm stand nvtne president of this baseball Not AFrameup Says 3nefly thanked Lethbridge re A it sporting page be ove at any time by any Let tie musical pro was then proceeded in the each item being e cellently rendered and heartily re Wonderful How We Do CCal Can Vera Vera Kind to Fou th ifo My Native Land Anchors BraywooiL Cun Cal Latform o those to the the ie tf the in ipe as wilfever r removed the present day as to find no Interest in r But is has a special interest today I tree Edmonton and neck and neck in i tae race for the basebal pennant But ihe Edmonton in order to beat Oalgary ana Winnipeg framed up what seemed to be a the sporting editor exj Pians m a of has notL ing to gain by the action of the ores and must win three games t fit the pennant just the same as if th so can judge dlspassioa 5 action of the by this one de as much to place standard of honor in sports It was the unanimous desire of other citin the league to see Edmonton lead the in preference to Calgarv previop frame up of The iias been watched with keen in Eck ambitious agencies fiave m All honor to Presiden torm of the baseball PACKEY iWcFARLAND Accepts Four To Be Fought in Australia McFar the has accepted an offer from Hugh Aus v V S i t f rt A n rt wen out on xwui t 1 i i j tueia m AU caus placing Edmoaton in the lead i Douglas in the Ufci18 find letes as j meet Jem Johnnv Ruflr i D0uts W1H oe twentyround a Aloertaa believes that there is and enough time wffl elapse between a code of honor among afai hcm to Packey to bein Uiere is in commercial After the AnstraSan uiic and usuahy a higher code of iWFarland will go to is the case iespite the inroads iclnt0sa him of which has reduclmatch Freddie Welch H from on September 3 and It is wise that 3s should be AtiJly Attracts the and has a i Bil SALT E CfTY rarest by the local talent here and the Eskimos wereeasily the in Lethbridge and in other places where they were he the reverse is now Ihe case since that shadylooking leal The Lethbridge Joe declares emphatically that it was not He admits that appearanceslook black and he is willing to suffer without a murmur for the folly he commit m consenting to Deacons Whites proposition of three short Joe said ie agreed in the best interests of the Lethbridge Kis pitchers were in bad and it appeared that five mngs games would be advantage ous to that He didnt have the option of playing as few as le bees inform t ed Umpire Smith that the two I postponed games would have to be played as well as the regularly schedule game an eye to weakened pitching rwnich never was of prodigious strength Lynch thought he would have a better chance of Winning short Tie Lethfaridge players are quite incensed over the reflection cast upon their efforts to wfn the tnree games in Maroons Broke Even Maroons droic even in a double header with on The locals lost the urst alter a string o 12 wins in a row and a double vic tory on Saturday would have given them a good chance to win the Heinrich pitched both sanies for but lost the lastone to Winnipeg Brandon jj and Krietz jj rich and L II Second Winnipeg fi Brandon 5 7 Batteries and Edmunds Loase Heinrich and one on tfe nose for a nice little perfectly sac to second Then up d Wilson anji tore the cover off the It was gtod Davidson met another of Millers cJxoice and la belled two Another run result Schaefer got safely on by Mack ms fumble and later stole He advanced to third OE Harpers out and then deliberately stole home on Min ers nest ball to the It was a aarmg steal and well Hewer bifred out another two sacker and was ushered j off the moand in favor of The Ontario kid soon had the third man licking the dust Bennett in the seventh pulled an other hit into buthe no farther thai first Before the was counted m the eighth f Walk resulted in In the last round the visitorsTun score up seven with two more Bennett him around to third and he score score of 3 to The game was a exhibition and the pace was kept no right to An unfortunate accident which happened soon after the commencement of the game ne cessitatedithe Callies playing with Jen Their outside left in cen tering ihe ball while attacked by the back fell his under turn arid to leave with a dislocated The teams lined up as follows Lloydmtnster t Moffat Whitehead SharpV Collier Tyler Kerswell Cooper Bissonette FindJay Wright Tod Cowan Bilsland McKenzie Macdonald Wilson on Jones CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Bennett skioTe Calgary Winnipeg Moose Jaw Saskatoon Brandon Regina New Westminster Wins Game to later gohig to o was scored by w Thus endeth the visitors doings The local nine werenowhee to b counted m the Occasionallj one would get as Jr as second bu not any Wlisrnan had it on them in every allowed them an encouraging hit fcnce in a while but not when ij wouli likelv proe of serious consequence out of the careful investigation j and hesitation took decided Sal At Down Resolution Race Meetings T and a sirniiar meeting in the fall voted with only one dissentine i r i Tj2e of the Council is LegalIZe j expected to stop racing in Salt Lak of the Utah Joe the cltv council WU1CI1 announced r on Sep a score of 4 to 3 New Westminster La crosse champions todav defeated Van couver for the rightl time in tlie ten league Barnes played to Thi eleventh game will be played in Van couver on Labor when Tommy fistic heavyweight chanipioii of the British and an old lacrosse will be in the outside home for Vancouver President of the Van couvers paying Tommy one thousand dollars for his Tommy act ed as coal umpire for Vancouver in todays eame in was a fair of la but poorly attended owing to 2b ss 3b c rf OHays cf p p c Saskatoon 2b c Ib ss rf VWT U CO the threatening Vancouver as opened but closed poor New Westminster not taking the Tame it became neces sary after half time wfth the score then 2 to 1 for 3b p C jnesser Proprietor Successor to L Upton Basement OliVer Barber Stop in Connection S 27 is 0 3 bases on off Mi innings 3 off Avery in 2 off Wis man 2 struck MiHer bv Wisman 4 two base and Hewer three Wilson stolen SchaiBfe 2 Jones and sacrifice Garage528 OAEAGE BEOWOTJ C08MAHCO Five polished and delivered Cars ;