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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ThE LeUibridge Daily Herald. Saturday, July 2 Two Holiday. Games Went to Was a Exhibitions Thursday's Game opening. game of the Calgary series at the ball park Thursday even- ing was crowded, with events, good, bad and indifferent, but however, just to the fans' taste. Slugging of the gattiing gun 'order and flashes of bril- liant fielding with a juicy error or two inixed in made the evenings perform- ance quite rare and racey. Tne final innings had a variety show faded. In the. eighth-the-score was tie apiece. -Then in the last round Calgary opened fire, on the local scouts -asd. straightway com- menced, to pile up runs. Old Foxy taking the. situation in at glance says, I'll let -'em keep !on hitting until darkness1 doth' have :tixis wiped off uie back" to eight we'll go. And he did let pound him, hither, thither "yon. r-Carney discovered tl .liad his pets purposely get It was too late, a half-dozen vriins .having skated., in. which brought-.the game into the" fast gathering .gloom. Even then "had the enemy been" capable of retiring the favorites 4n auy sort of quick order they would have won. out but Geehan, wlTo had. previously pitch- and The was comical and good-natured by turn. In fact more attention was given to him than to the1 game for a great part of the time. The playing of the home team from start to conclusion was despondent to the limit of endurance on of the spectators, being lazy and -lifeless. Gaddy pitched star ball for the vis- itors. For six ioaliigs he held the locals in the palsi of his jiggled with them as he pleased, first hit against him was registered1 in the seventh when Chick scratched one past Smith- Is the eigrh some scoring opportunities loomed up. but didn't materialize. O'Hayer laid down a pretty hunt and got safely through. Ward next, fanned out, but Mackin followed with a hit, putting O'Hayer on second. Carney'faahea: Olson got on with a scratch and the bases were hit here" meant something. It to Head but he failed to do It. tcfts in .the.last round that the local aggregation came to life and saved themselves from an inglorous shut-out, three sallies being rung up. Chick hit clean .between short and third for a base. Lynch was easily retired. So was Dudley. O'- Hayer then, walked., Ward came along with a wallop and eased CMck for the The Most Notable Fight, in the History of the Pugilistic Arena Will lake Place at Reno, Nevada, in the Afternoon, Between James and jack Johnson, for World's Championship moment. pass microbe .under his .proceeded to hand us the game. fore he got very far on'his good-natur- ed project the overseer in the enemy's -right territory .yanked htm out short .and placed Mm on the mound. He lasted for brief -space, when, speed, merchant --Ciyne durd Be- on Mackin's mt. out Lezie Avery put tm'side started the mound for the Miners and was hit freely. Avery relieved him when half the game was over and did much, better. In face he held Ms own the opposing artist. At ike bat he is" somewhat-of a joke, however, has several things to learn. His performance at, the swat- ting station-Teas not in a class with the'-showing he made upon his first appearance. Cslgary Paddock.' ss Kelldckey, Ib Mannigan, cf was called to -the rescue. Clyne seem- ed to have more stuff .than the others and might have made good-tout for Carney starting, a dispute which'- de- layed the game and necessitated call- -ing it off on account of darkness be- fore the completion of the inning. The o-ame then went back to the eighth which made it a draw. The dispute in i Carney, rf question, arose-over the scoring of Clyaes, jf j and Lynch taking an extra .base Smitn, on a pass ball Carney was 'imdonbt- ediy wrens- It -occurred thnsly: Lynch ca second and CMck on first, _ with O'Haver at the bat. O'Hayer re- Stanley, ceived a VaBc. The fourth.ball p past catcher Stanley and hit the stand. Lynch coming in from -second, and Chick going from first to third. O'- Hayer when he was passed .forced Lynch and Chick on a base apiece and the pass bail allowed them to take .an- other. The Calgary manager failed to see where the runners were entitled to more than one base, so he entered a protest against the procedure. AB R H PO A E 2 .1 1 1 1 0 0 2 0 10 0. 1 1 3 2 9 i 0- 1 0 At Toronto Toronto 3 Rochester 1 Second game Toronto 2 Kocliester v .7 Montreal Montreal 5. Second gacie Montreal 2 Buffalo ..V. _____ 5 At Newark i 3 Jersey City i" At Providence i Providence 1 Baltimore 4 NATIONAL At Pittsburg ____ 1 Cincinnati 4 At 'New "York- New York 5 Brooklyn 4 At Boston. 2 Philadelphia 6' Second game Boston 5 Philadelphia ____ 6 At St" Louis- St. Louis "11 0' Chicago 2 .AMERICAN At Cleveland Cleveland 7...... S JJetroit 3 At PMladelphia Phnadelphia .2 York- 0 Second .game 4 'New, York 3 .At Washington 2 Boston 1 ASSOCIATION At .Milwaukee Slilwaukee i 3 Indianapolis 1 1 9 5 6 10 6 1 St. Paul- Minneapolis 10 S. S 9 11 ie Profilem of Satisfying tlie Tkirst Svhat to drink is the question. You want something cold, to be siue, but you want it to be wholesome as well. Ice water shocks the stomach and retards digestion. Sweetened chemical mixtures are not conducive to health. ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER !3 THE ANSWER. Here is a beverage that is satisfying and beneficial. There is something more to it than wetness and coolness. It is a sustaining drink. It refreshes you and you stay refreshed. Call for LETHBRIDGE beer. The Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltdv PHONE NU. 854. HOW MAGRATH OBSERVED THE HOLIDAY Magrath, July Day was largely celebrated here to-day. At the rise of "ihe. sun the Union .Jack was hoisted to top of the .in the town, amid i Hope by S.. S. G-ard'en- iersi; reading of toasts, Maple "by choir i; benediction of Wm. Wood God Save the, King, by band, choir and. congregation. In the afternoon a splendid pro- the boom oi .the royal salute. The gram of .sports -was-carried out, in- S: S. Gardeniers then serenaded the eluding foot races, horse races, bas- town- in their. beautifully decorated j ket ball, band wagon.. M 10 a.m. a. patrio- tic service was .held, in the assembly hall. "A most interesting program was rendered. .The .speeches, were full of loyalty ix) .the flag and .v the crown. Following -is; the pro- AB 4. The grand feature of the game was CMek's home-run in the first inning. With Olson and Head on the bases he j hit the most terrific drive ever seen on the diamond and easfly cleared, the bases on it It left field terri- tory where it is not over smooth but withal rolled close xo the fence. "Smith and Geehan of the opposition each tore off a homer but were not to be com- pared with CMck's smashing wallop. Calgary AB R H PO A Paddock, ss.....-- 2 0 3 Carney, ri........ 5 Clynes, If 5 Lethbridge Olson, 'if Head. 3b 4 CMck, ss 4 Lynch, c ____ 4 Dudley, cf 4 O'Hayer, Ib ____ 2 iWard, if 4 Mackin, 2b 4 Lezie, p Avery, p 8 27 H-PO 1 1 0 5 2 2 0 9 0 1 1 11 1 0 .2 1 0 0 0. 0 Smith, 3b Kellockey, Ib Flannigan, cf Connors, 2b Stanley, c........ Standridge, p---- Geehan, p Lethbridge Olson, If Head, 31) Chick, ss 0 5 00 1 0 13 00 20 34 3 7 27 12" 4 By Calgary Lethbridge 1 1 2 0 0 0 0, 0 0 Summary: -Earned runs, Calgary 2, Lethbridge 1; 2 base Carney, Clynes; stoles bases, Flannigan; struck out, by Gaddy S, -by Lezie 4; 5y Avery 3; bases on balls, off Gaddy 2, off Lezie 4, off Averv 3; double plays, Chick to Mackin to O'Hayer. Time j Attendance 350. Umpire, Pieh and Standridge. JOHN5OM feEADV'KSR. A STRAIGHT four runs. After that the opposition scored tio more. After our first sallie in the gaaie we failed to cross 'the plate until the seventh when two were added .to tha-t lonely one. After Dudley fanned, O'- Hayer walked, and "Ward got on. Mack- in hit and filled-, the bases. Piehj smashed to Kellockey. who failed toi grasp -the situation-and. got last in a quandry allowing O'Hayer to score and the other runners to go safe.. A pass ball scored Ward. Olson fanned, and Head flew retiring The side. R H PO A the score in the ninth. But fast base running by Krueger won. -back the game in the last half. 'Miller was knocked out of the .game by -being .hit by a pitched foalL .Walters was Cried' 1! and..put out of the afternoon, game. Lohr also contrfbuteu ?5 for kicking. BLA1RMORE-BEAT PiNCHER BADLY Blainnore, July game, which took place at Coleman today Blairmore won from Pincher by. a score of gram. Singing, by 'choir, r Our invocation by the Wood selection S. S. Gardeniers 5 -A. chorus by a company of school girls, "Q recitation, Miss H. Hindley duet by Beryl Hindley and Tessie Alston'; address, .Mayor Jen- son.; solo, Mr. address, Bev. w. "B." Smith solo, "The Old .by Mr; L. Gibb 7 address, etc. A children's dance was held at 4 o'clock. In the evening a beautiful, fire woris, display was giv- en by the management oi the celebra- tion. A-. Grand. Ball in. the assembly hall v closed; the festivities. The celebration was a grand suc- cess in every, respect. 'There .were-a large number of people from the neighboring towns "present and. they all .expressed, themselves as having-a nice time. The Invincible Red Sox are in Cardston trying conclusions with the True Blues to-day. Saturday, will -be a big day here. .Lethbridge plays baseball, and a splendid program of horse races Ammon "Star of las been arranged.- Calgary Paddock, ss o Carney, 'rf -5 Clynes, If -4 Smith, 3b 4 Kellockey, 4 4 Connors, 2b....... 3 Standridge, Manning, 52 2 3S 7 13 21 6 3 Dudley, cf O'Hayer, Ib Ward, c 2b Mackin, 21) AB R H 432 512 513 4 S 0 0 .Grimes, 5 PO A 2 0 2 3 3 4 0 2 0 7 0 3 2 0 0 4 0 1 2 36 7 12 24 11 3 By Calgary....... 2 0 0 Lethbridge 3 2 0 0, 0 in ninth, darkness. Yesterday Evening's The evening game ended the same way as tiiat of the forenoon, 6 TO 3, Pieh and Manning opposing oneanoth- er in the bos. The game was a de- cided improvement over the previous one. though there were no bells on it. We snatched off a score in the first inning and held the invaders down until the third when they rapped in a couple of tallies. That was alright, but in the fifth one of our famous blow-ups took place and it was good- bye game .to Lethbridge. In that inn- ing the outfield floundered in pitiful fashion. Dudley let a ball go through his legs and Olson dropped an easy ily. This over-ripe stuff would the heart o.ut of any pitcher and Pieh 1 was hit plentifully. The result was 4 0 1 3 0 2 4 .4 2 3 20 31100 36 6 11 27 14 AB R H PO A 3 U 0 0 0 12 22 l' 4 0 2 0 10 0 1 First Kegina........ 1.6-0 Winnipeg 4 V0 Hues ton and Mclhtosh; Speiser and Anderson. Umpire Wheeler; I Second 3. 8 5 Miller. Wilson. Speiser.and Ander- son; Skeels ana Mclntosh. Umpire Wheeler. ONE APIECE AT EDMONTON 11 0 Medicine Hat 1 3 Dellar ilnd Spencer; Nelson and Davidson. Umpire Longenecker. Kdmonton .i. 4 0 Medicine Hat 16 1 Dretchko, Grady .and Spencer; Cla- flin and Davidson, Longe- necker. Lethfaridga- Olson, If 3 Head, 3b 3 Chick, ss 4 Lynch c.......... 4 Dudley, cf 3 O'Hayer, Ib....... 3 Ward, rf 1 Mackin, 2b........ 40 2. 5 2 Pieh, p 3 -Q 1 14 2" 2S 3 7 27 14 By Calgary ___ 0 0 4 o. 0 0 Lethbridse .1. 0 0 Summary: Earned rwns. Calgary 2; j 2 base hits, Paddock, Kellacs- ey; struck out, by Manning o, by Pieh 3; bases on balls, off Manning.5, HIGH MVEK Pieh 1; left on bases, Calgary 5, Leth-j bridge 6; double plays, Clynes to Con.-; nors to Flannigan, Smith to Paddock j to Kellockey, Mackin to Head; Pad-i EVEN BREAK AT BRANDON Moose 6 1 Brandon........ 9 1 Brown and Bliss: Earl and Cooper. i Umpire Smith. j Moose 7 1 i Brandon 6 1 Samuels and Bliss; Thealon and Umpire Smith. Our Garage, located on Ashmead Street, will Be en for Business July 1st if We respectfully solicit your patronage. We have twenty-five large' roomy stalls, and each will be fitted with a locker if desired. Our Garage is fully equipped with a completely furnished repair shop. The shop men will be the best in the business Summary: Earned mns, Calgary Lc-ttibruige 3; home-mr.s, SrnUh, Gflc-: Uan. Chicli.; sacrifice iiic, en busts, Clyiics. j Chick; struck ov.t. by Standridge 2, by Gt'Cthan 7, by Grimes 6a off Standridge 3, of I 6, Grimes 3; hit by pkcher, D.udley; leu on bases, 10, uethbridge IS; j innings pitched, Staadridge 2, Geehan j 6. Time Attendance 400. Urn-1 pire Lezie. Yesterday Morning's _. Yesterday, morning's game was a de- cidedly punk exhibition of ball as far as the favorites were concerned ana j went against them 6 to 3. Carney's) men seemed anxious and capable butj we were not there with the goods and the spectators were a disappointed lot conclusion of the exhibition. Bill Carney, the noted manager of the op- position niacc up Jor the lack of inter- est ,in the game by keeping the crowd anuisrd with his spirited parlee which L Packard's' Waterproof Snoc T'olintk. Quick to put on to Slow to lose its Sheas dual and water Softens and preserves the leather. In Black ana'Tan for men's, women's and children's shoes. The lOc box of Its Idnd on the .market. 1 can recommend it. Try it. Thtrf st Packard brtssinfto 2 AT ALL DEALERS' L Packard A O.. BEAT CALGARY High River, July and igh River lacrosse teams met here dock to Connors to Kellockey; stolen j yesterday and after a hard fought i; Sacrifice hits, Manaing, j struggle zhe locals by 7 to 3. Calgary came down deter- mined to wipe out'tne defeat'they received at the haads of High River in the previous. game but the locals j had them in hand at all stages of the j contest. It was a good game, full of interest to the large crowd of spec- tators. Head, Pieh. Time Ai SOO- Umpires, Geehan and Grimes. OTHER'W. C, L. GAMES WINNIPEG AND REGINA TOOK ONE GAME EACH Winnipeg, July took the morning game from, the Maroons as a result of timely iitting, in one of the snappiest games played here this season. Kuesion had the whitewash brush working nicely asd sUnt out the locals 3 to 0. 'Speiser was given air tight support tut he failed to hold his opponents with, men on ibases. The locals won the artenioon con- test toy scoring the winning run in the Though not as pretty a contest as the morning, it. was full of thrills ?U1 the time and was very interetsting to the large crowd pres- ent. Winnijveg pounded cut lov.r runs in the third off Skeels by timely and hard .hitting. Regina, then went in, and holding the locals to the last frame, finally succeeded in tying up WE SHALL CARRY A FULL LINE OF FIRESTONE TIRES AND ACCESSORIES We have on sale the E.M. power; 5 passenger touring selective transmission. I mention that name next time you want a ricksy that tastes right. Has that cmp, dry tanj to Order original Plymouth horse -.power, 2; 3 and 4 passenger. (Watch Manders "Under Three Flags" tour from Que- bec Cityto the City of Mexico.) 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