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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOP DAILY HERALn Monday. Jill v 3. Ittll BASEBALL TEAM OFT TO CARDSTON LOCAL MAN'S GOOD SHOOTING Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN LEAGUE I Saturday Games At Boston ..........010 001 '.5.3 New'York ___OOG 000 12 ,3 Coljus, Moscr, Eagle" anil Nunemukcr; Ford and Sweeney. At Detroit- Detroit ........001 003 10 1 St. Louis 40 Batteries: Willetts, Stallage; Ham- ilton'and Mitchell. At WaitiiUKton ...021 202 12 5 Philadelphia ..010 107 14 7 Battenes Johnson and Henry; Coombs, Bender and Lapp. At GAME POSTPONED After conildoraMe debating over, the long distance phone ;the- l.othbridge-Ua.v- mo-iid game scheduled to Uko place at: ttaymond on the holiday, was postponed .on account of.the wet weather. It'will probably be played' at a near date. Cleveland Chicago .....010 000 .010 000 Batteries: Gregg and Smith; fiaker Minneapolis Louisville and Payne. Sunday Games At Chicago- Chicago .......Oil 301 13 .2' St. Louts 6 1 twice' Batteries: Lange, plnistead and Sullivan; Pelty and Stephens. At Detroit- Detroit Cleveland 2 Batteries: Simmers and Stanase; Krapp and West, James, Fisher. EASTERN Saturday Games At Rochester ....023 000 19 3 Montreal ......001 125 15 2 Batteries: Desseau, Holmes and Hughes and Mitchell; Glaze, Sitton and'Barberich and Curtis. At Baltimore- Jersey City 2 Baltimore .....000 131 11 1 Batteries: Mason and Sutler, Vick- ers; Dygert and Egan. At Newark 8 2 Providence S 5 Batteries: Lee and McCarthy; Pierce and Patterson. At Game Buffalo 6 10 ol Toronfs 4 9 4 No batteries given. Second, Buffalo................. 392 Toronto 5 12 2 and Killifer; Mueller and Phelps.. Sunday Games At; Rochester .....601 110 12 0 Montreal ......010 000 6 0 t Louisville, (16 innings) ..................4 11 4 t. Paul 3 Batteries: Kroh and Hughes; De- Cariier, Laroy and Kelly. At Indianapolis ...100 000 7 1 Kansas City ...210 122 17 3 Webb, Down, Brady Ryter; .Rhoades and O'Connor and James. HILLHURST TEAM PROVED PASTMASTERS AT FOOTBALL In Spite of Bad Condition of Ground anc Weather the Calgary Team Displayec Their Marvellous Machine-Like Skil Defeating the Local Star Eleven by 4-1 Lethbridge this. year celebrated in trouble. The baclc division at Sunday Games Indianapolis won and lost to Kan- sas City: Milwaukee bent Columbus and 6 5. Toledo- beat Dominion Day in a sea of mud, but this did not deter the football artists of 'the ciiy from pulling off tho event which was to be the climax of the season so far in football circles. This climax took the form of an exhibl- tiontion gamo with the famous Hill- through put up a clover brand o: ball, and the water soaked way they kicked the sphero showed thai they were past masters at the art of clearing when the enemy looked threatening. But the loam work of the Hillhurst forward Hue was the Western Canada League Games ROBINS TOOK DOUBLE HEADER FROM SASKATOON Batteries: McGinnity and McCarty; bralBedient, McLeod, Twigg, Galbraltb and Hart. No other Sunday games. V NATIONAL 'f Saturday Gamec At St. St. Louis 6 0 Pittshurg ......001 001 5 I Batteries: Harmon-and Bliss; Lei- .Simon. At Philadelphia. ..001 010 300 1 Broqilfljra' -----002 002 100 10 I Batteries: Ewing, Chalmers and Dooiii; Barger and Chardt and Ruck- er Edwin. At York- New York 201 14 i Boston! ........001 000 12 4 BatteVies: Marquard and Myers; Slattern; Griffin and Kling. At Cincinnati .....000 000 4 4 Chicago ......010 100 11 0 Batteries: Gasper, Suggs and Mc- Lean; Mcintyre and Graham. Games At Chicago- Chicago .......401 112 16 1 Cincinnati 000 000 Batteries: Rulback, Richlie Moose Jaw, .July Robiu- lods took both games of a double header in rather easy fashion. Naver- ion was hit eight times by the Sask- atoons in the first, but owing to vig- lant fielding only one run was tallied, loblns lit in on Mill twelve times, our errors and four bases tallying liem nine runs. In the evening the Hub City men got away to a good start watting McQuarrey four times, which with two walks and-a time at bat net- ed three runs. McQuarry then found the range, he allowed only one more hit and no runs. during ths session. Moose Jaw scored two in the second and third with a single-in the sixth. Eleven hits being sided b four'bases and an error. Trainer wa brought in from the outfield in bot games as Catcher Gragion being crip- pled'in ..the and was very fair although ht had not the range coi sequently he threw wild to the base men. St, Paul bea hurst team of Calgary, who.last yea copped off the People's Shield, bleruatio of the football championshi of Canada, The Lethbridge footba lers have had a grand season so fa and some excellent games have bee played, but the boys thought (he; would like to have an opportunity ti stack up against, the strongest tin West afforded, just to see thej stood in comparison with qther gooi teams of the province. When it was found that they could iccure a game with the great Hill mrst aggregation on Lethbridge grounds, the football fans went mad with joy, for they knew it would be he stellar attraction of the year. A earn was picked composed mostly of ie veteran Dallies, champions of the ity League, and filled in' with the tars of the otber teams. It was lought'that .by so doing they, would e able to present toe strongest pos ible line-up, and thus'.give the Hill- urst team a run for their money Jut the absence of suitable weathev arie it impossible for picked eleven to get out and practice, and to that fact may be attributed their downfall. When the game ended and r thorn in the sides of the defence, Wei f fed by the back div- ision, they took the "'ball through to the Lethhridge goal time "and again with a precision which showed that they are worthy of the name of Can- adian champions. The outside wing men played the old game of running the ball up the outside and centreing right Mclntyro grabbed it but BRANDON BEAT THE MAROONS IN DOUBLE Graham; McQuillan, Frome and Mc- At St. St. Lqulah- St. Louis ......001 000 6 0 Pittsburg ......000 000 7 1 Batteries: Sal lace and Bliss; Cam- mitz and Gigson. ASSOCIATION Saturday Games At Toledo-r Toledo ______.110 000 14 4 Minneapolis ...100 00] 10 0 Batteries: James Tingling and Car- isch; Cavet, Leever and Owens. At Columbus ___200 000 000 1 4 Milwaukee ...000 002 000 6 2 Brandon, July the first hal )f the Dominion Day double header lugs Shaffer distinguished himself bj ipueezing home the only victory the> have had for some time. Bugs' feat was accomplished in the eighth, when the 'score was one to one and the combat was anybody's. Ryan and .Whitesides were rivals on the mound and while the 'home twirier was touched oftener than the enemy's pegger, Ryan was steadier than his opponent, five charities. It was a, clean, sharp ex- hibition on the field with only two er- rors charged against the eighteen players and the crowd enjoyed the battle. which was waged in ideal weather. Braudon copped the last combat of the day's double-header, when Mana- 7 3 jger Custer rapped out a double in the seventh. Dicky Holmes was on and second. For "six innings Glass held the residents without a iiii., while the visitors. had secured several safeties off Berleski, hut the home twirier kept the birigles well scattered. The .Maroons behind Glass did not give him the, support he should have had and in the eighth with two gone Giocker let Reddick'a grounder past with the result that LWO tallies were added to the locals total. The scores, first game, Brandon 100 100 Winnipeg Second Brandon Winnipeg............ 000 100 WAGNER MOTOR CYCLE cood nwtorcyele and to buy ts, BKbuics. and everybody in your locmlity Af WMte If you know the economy, usefulness nmi pli D ii Viiiiof to mil. we will you 01 Wpyou mk4 Mteh michino Wttra you MM huiam, tt the score was found to' be four to one against the home brews, there was a generapfeeling that a mistake had been made, and that.. It would have been a better proposition to pit the Callies up against the enemy in the same order as they .had played season. They would, have had .the idvantage ot having played several games together and that is a big 'actor when playing a team of the cal- bre the Hlllbunt make. Lack of earn play was the big factor in the lownfall of the Lethbridge boys and a general lack of confidence follow ng with this caused them to put. up was so slippery, r a second, just that he fumbled long enough fo 3yke to rush in, and slam it throug making it 2-1 for the Hillhurst bunch May continued very much in favo T the Lethbridge seemet 0 become demoralized, and empcs at combination went wrong Vlthin five minutes more Hiljhurs ressing strong, drove in ariothe rom close range. This goal also ent to Dyke, who. seemed to be al In the right plaqe at the righl me. Score 3-1 for Hillhnrst. finished form while the three in de men cuuie up m a line and work 1 a line of comomition not often :splayed a. JJethbridge fiejd man seemed lie m his place nd could be depended to deliv r the goods, and "Mcintyre was call- d on to stop hot ones from, every ngle The teams lined up as follows: Lethbridge: goal, Mcintyre; backs, Bannerman, Hornet half-backs. Bran- nan, R. Chlswick, Glenn; forwards Moore Willets, Cle'mentson, Parker, and Alcock. Hillhurst; goal poss; backs A; Stewart, A. Afelville; half-backs A. Wakelyn, Anderson, for- wards, Baldwin, S. Wakelyn, Dyke, Johnston and Melville. Calgary won the toss and elected to taking' ad- and the kick into the east goal of ihe slight a'brand of ball much Inferior to what down grade. Clementson took the lad .been exhibited In many, of the games of the City.League seen here his season, On the other huad the Calgary ag- ;regation played like a great machine nd their team plays .went through Mth never a hitch. Their work all hrough was of ehampionihip eh cra- ter. While the game was ilow of ecessity on account ot the nature of ie grounds which were both, rough nd greasy, they showed themselves o be master of the great English ame.In every department. Their oa! guardian was well known to the ethbridge and though he was ot called into action very often, .he bowed his old time form, and with ne exception when he misjudged i all and let is slide past, was never i kick-off, and the game was on....End to end play marked the first half, and in spite of air the Hilihurat for- wards couid do, they could not get in proximity with the Lethbridge. goal for the first fifteen minutes. Banner- man and Brannan were putting up the game of then IK and broke up the combination of the enemy repeat edly. With about fifteen minutes gone, Baldwin took the ball from a long pass, and a clever shot evaded McIvHyre, notching the first goal of the game for Ilillhurat. Lethbridge came back strong, and played like demons. Every advantage 'aken but the Hillhurst defence '-was like a brick.-wall, and the home; stars could make no headway. Towards the end of the flrat half, with only about five' minutes to play, the Letli bridge forwards brought tho bull down on some pretty combination, itud a scrimmage in front of the Hill hurst nets ensued. The ball wns clear- ed but Chiswlck, who was lying back, gathered it in and made a drop kick in front of the Hillhurst goal. Boss thought the ball was going outside and Huide no particular effort to clear, i ml to his surprise it rolled into the nets, an easy one for the Lethbricigu team. This tied the score, and clover hold both teams safe 'or the remainder of. the half. The second half started wit strong or who now-had ad wUid ;tnd grade, nut he strenuous play of the first per- od wtta beginning to tell, and UK game dragged with the homes! ers 'he backs were unable to get under he wet pill to advantage, and time Tier time it slid past them when hey should have given it a -rid' own the. field. Within a cauple of linutes after play started, Mcintyre lis called on to make a stop off 'akelyn's try. The ball'was cleared from dangerous territory out it came Taking advantage of the disrupted HAVMONO PLAY HERE WEDNESDAY Raymond scheduled to jilwy V district league "game at tho ball park here Wed- nesday evening. Tabor uluya Loth bridge H return game hero July 12, condition of the hanie Calgary kept pressing with the ball always in dangerous territory. Baldwin brought the ball up on the outside left, and setting past the Lethbridge backs, again passed to Wakelyn, who shot the prettiest goal of the- game, from hard angle at the loft of the goal, .This ended the scoring, but the ga.nie was hopelessly lost for Lethbridge who contented themselves with play a defense game until fina gong louiulcd. Notes en the Game Boss, the Ex-Lethbridge net guard- ian glUn the glad hand b} the .ethbndge tans, when he his appearance on the field. Lethbrjdgo people are glad to see; him on-a chani lionship aggregation, .-even if tt does lelong to Calgary It was a great pity that ihe game ould. not have taken place in the Uhletio park as advertised. It was he only attraction of ttje day and crowd of 2500 would have been on and for event if the- day Ball Teahl Off To Cardston Whether. tho local teanv would temiit to-reach Cardston over tl mucky roads in iiutos to play the district loiigue baseball fixture (i day was fire until this raori ng, when the executive came to tli conclusion that rather. 'lave tli reflection of plk.ers cast upon then hey would brave, the adverse com! ions nnd' try 'fulfill their" obliga ion. Two 'aiitos left :the Arcade wit he players- this morning at 10.80 fo the scene of The game is uiil ed for- 5. o'clqcjc. Trigger and Trap fine. At n attendance that' over 500 were Tennant, the Lethbridge man who andled the whistle, was on the job toe time. He kept .the game free rom all rough playing, and gave good atisfactlon to both sides. Once aguin it was demonstrated hat team play makes the winning of. games possible. Lethbridge can pick iip a bunch of stars, who -w IHlle practice, will make the Hillhurst aggregation' extend themselves to the linilt to null out a win. Anderson, the cx-Kilmarnoch Player at centre half for the visitors, very much at home in the mud. piust have lived part of his life in Regina. 'The Hillhurnt's brought pie's Shield with them, and 'had It on exhibition at the Dallas all This Is sure a classy trophy and would look well among the Lethbridge cups. No doubt it soon be Jherc The film" Club had. one of the hca shoots'of the season Saturday'morn ing. there were not as man present as there might have been th shooting done was 'very good under lie weather conditions. 'Some new men were out- and imide good scores for the -first' time.' The: following are the scores lor event of; twciily-five birds Livingstone, .1: C.'33 20 33 17 22-10-1 Livingstone, R. 16 20 23 20 Agnew, P. n.' f- 18 15 18 22 McMillan. H; .A I H NTaisinith, P.' L jr Kelsev. J. B. K. D. Sliarman, E. A 17 13 11 7 712 8 1 9 U 10 12 If 11 21 19 31 19 10 9 -31 -80 Too Wet for Polo Pincher Creek, Juh polo tournament 'to been, held here on Fndaj and Saturday laet not materialise The raip presented a same on Tridsj gnd on Saturdas ternoon although (he rain had ceased, the-groimd was found too damp and soday to attempt a match Set oral polo players from tonn and country had a practice game but that the evtent of polo plajing for dates -mentioned. Stafford Wins the Premier 1 Event at Nelson Shoot n. Agnou; received 'a telegram Krlday nlglit Btutinj that the Leth- bridge shooters were holding their own at Nelson and that Stafford had. won Iliu big event of a seventy-five gun. D. Jqhnson, J. C. Livingston, lioiit, UviiiKstone, A. n. Stafford, J: Stjffqrd and possibly, two others; leave tonight to attend the CHjiary .tournament Wednesday the' champion, ship of Allii-rta lie allot for. Tlijij has 'been held for the past [our yeari by "Ben" Jlctaren. of Calgary, of tile best hliots in Canada T he gary Brewing Cq.'s Challenge Cup ,vill Rlsp be shot for. The local gun club is busy getting Its grounds and traps In shape for the big tournament next Fri4ay and when biggest crowd of traps shooters'ever seen in Fill be h'ere. The publiu are all invited to see tho shooting and there will bo seats all and no admission fee flring ladles with you. Chesty Cox Got A Blue Envelope Edmonton, July Eskimos eft for' Saskatoon this morning on, heir last Eastern invasion of' thia eason. Before the team left Deacon anded out blue envelopes to Pitcher aiid Outfielder Chesty :eene lacked experience, while the jason given fpr tjie canning of Chesty as inabillb to safe hiti m Inches. It is expected the-fans will e-up l-narmi at his he one of the moat popular playern ho ever wore an Edmonton siiit. and (aeherltel Ms "hitting i account of his hnlliant fielding low Island Bout a.Draw Hillhurst Thankful Po the Lethbudge Herald Gentlenusn vou kindly the ncdlum (if, jpui lahiable paper ex tress to He teim oiir ap ireciatipn ;of their kindness In :our rip to this citi The boys haie thor ughly enjoyed themselves and Bow Island, 10-rounrt boxing hunt between Ensjgfi and Hoy George, yvhich was pulled oft hole lodii, rrsultpd ip a draw Tho uas hi far the best sttn in this part ot countij and although fnsign [prced the fighting in nrarh round, the stuulj coast fighter met each onsUught good defense and botb, men finished stcpng American Sailors.Outrow Germans Kiel, June boat racei today between the crews of four .American aattieships now here and crews-from German battleships for the kaiser's prize won by .the Amerlcanl, the ncn, of the Kansas finishing first. The German crews attribute the vie- .ory of the Americans to the lighter THE STANDINGS algary oose Jaw dmonton Winnipeg askatoon randon WESTERN CANADA 10 35 26 30 H 14 Pet, .fills .CS6 .060 54 .880 .259 NATIONAL _ York I Chicago Philadelphia 1st. Louis Pittsburg Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston W. 42 41 40 UK 37 ID 23 15 Pet. .636 .612 .606 .567 .561 .433 .354 .227 AMERICAN Detroit Philadelphia New York Chicago Boston Cleveland Washington it, Louis W 46 43 36 33 14 31 24 17 Lethbridge Athletes Win The boys from tho Y. M. C. A. who went to Taber on Dominion Day car. ried away many prizes. 100 yards foot race, 1st prize gold plated safety razor, 2nd gold watch by H'.' Piton, of ''Lettl- bridge; 2nd A. Halward, of Medicine Hat. 220 yards foot race, '1st prize solid gold stick pin, 2nd solid gold cuff by H. Plton, ot Leth- bridge; 2nd A. Halward, of Medicine Hat. Nigh jump, 1st prize minion oak' "inch, 2nd Cut glaM salt and pepper- Won by A. Glendenning, of Lcth- bridge; 2nd N, McKillar, of Taber. liroad Jump, lit prize ebony mill, tary brush set, 2nd hat and clothes brush by W. Roy, of Leth- bridge; 2nd W, McComm, also or thli city, i Pole vault, 1st prize missive cut glass bowl, 2nd silver and .porcelain Wnn A Giendenmng .'nd A C Stenart, both of Lelhbridge The starter vitt L. H, Wilkes of city and the jfdges were J. B. Wilk- ie and Geo. E. Ewing, 'both of Taber The baseball game between Medi cine Hat and Taber vas culled In the third Innings on account of rain. The half and two mile races took pUce'at four o'clock. Half mile foot race, 1st prize, caie of lllvcr ipooni, .'nd gold by A..C. Stew art; 2nd H. Plton, both of Leth- nrldte. Two mile foot race, ,lit nrlie 400 day dock, 2nd massive oak b> A C of Leth bridge; 2nd A. Thacker, nf Taber. The horie races were postponed on rail. their been looked after ;