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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Dally Herald. Monday, July SWEET More sold than all other brands combined MEDICINE HAT HERE TONIGHT 4- 4- 4- 4- 4- Medicine Hat opens a series of games at the ball park the local team this evening at 6.30. Umpire Ferguson will officiate. Fer- guson is late of .the 'Coast Lea- gue and comes "highly recom- mended. His Initial show-ing Saturday was 'first class BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL (Saturday) At New York 3. At 1; Cincin- nati 5. A't 0; Boston 5- AMERICAN (Saturday) .At game, 'New York S: second New York 1, Philadelphia S. .At 11, Detroit 4. .At Bos- :ton 3, At 3; St Louis 2. NORTHWESTERN (Saturday) At Vancouver- Vancouver................-3 30 3 1 Vancouver........----.... 4 3 -0 Spokane 1 This victory gave Vancouver the lead in the NorthTvestern League -by 13 points. "r" M Seattle- Seattle '3' 12 1 "Tacoma 470 (Sunday) At V-ancou-er SPORTS ELEVEN INMNGS GAME Captured by the Favorites Saturday Even- ing Lezie Pitched Errorless Ball In an errorless game, with Lezie pitching like a whirlwind, the 'Miners retrieved their sore defeat of Dom- inion Day, and put it over Carney's bunch toy a score of for an eleven innings game. From a spectator's standpoint, the game was one of the most exciting and satisfying that has been. pxXled off since the return of Lynch's pets to their feeding grounds. It was any body' all-through; an error would have proved fatal under any circumstances, but the way the boys up the dust-raisers, .or picked the winged, messenger the area of space was good to Standridge, Calgary's star pitcher took the mound to twirl the leather or the first try-out, with Stanley be- hind the 'bat to complete the ibattery- Lezie and Lynch for Lehbridge form- d the opposing, battery. There was nothing doing across the home plate for he first three innings, though Clynes siole second in the first ound, he was retired with the side iy Smith, -who popped a fly to O'Hay- r. For Lethbridge at T T V TT" Ti TT 6 11 I Spokane 27 2 sixth successive victory for Vancouver. EASTERN (Saturday) At game, Buffalo 7; Montreal 17; second Buffalo Montreal 1. At Jersey -New- Jersey City 4; second Newark 10, Jersey City S. At game, Rochester 2, Toronto 3; second game, Rochester 5, Toronto 3. At game, Balti- more 0, Providence 7; second game, Baltimore 2, Providence 3. NATIONAL (Sunday) At St. St. Louis ......-...........3 5 0 Chicago 5 9 0 At Cincinnati................ 2 12 4 Pitts-burg..............10 14 1 AMERICAN (Sunday) At Detroit- Detroit.................... 4 14 3 Cleveland 3 7 1 At Chicago................... 483 St Louis.................. 1 4 3 Second Chicago 170 St Louis..................3 10 0 ASSOCIATION (Sunday) At Milwaukee................ 5 8 4 Kansas City...............4 7 ,4 Second Kansas City............... 5 14 3 Milwaukee 2 12 3 Campbell and James; Cantwell, Cut ting and Marshall. Umpires Owens and Cusac. AMERICAN LEAGUE NOTES. Infielder Gardner, of the Highland- ers, who was one of the big batting surprise's of last fall, is all to the bad with the stick this season. Manager Stalling, of the Highland- ers, is still undecided on his regular short stop. Foster, Roach Knight are fighting to- the position. In the third Lethbridge were again blanked within tie reach of victory. Olson was "presented -with a .__ walk. Head sacrificed, moving him to. sec-. ond. Chick at 'bat. the" pill an aerial flight far out to 'left. .Olson him going, and- replaced him 'by the. tall winder, Gaddy. Gaddy. -with his, spirals, looked ra- ther dangerous, but Lethbridge felt his speed, right from the though, they were mown down jin their turn. The ninth was .tout a the eighth! Lezie and Gaddy handing out such an. assortment that not a Mat- ter got safe at 'first.- The tenth, proved intense. Clynes' two-bagger -was followed toy -Smith's 38 4 10 15 0 out when scored. winning run -.was PINCHER SPRUNG ABIGSURPRISE 4s'_rfr: 4- JOHNSON'S GREAT BATTLES Lethbridge Olson, 1 f Head, 3d b Chick, s s Lynch, c- ......4 Dudley, c f ____ 5 AB ..4. ..4 .'.5 Beat North Fork at Polo Macleod Also a Victim O'Hayer, 1st Ward, r'f I Mackin, 2d.b 'hit for the home 'plate like a. deer, i sacrifice, putting him on third, but was doomed to despair as he saw {Killackey flew out to Head and Flan- the ball, sail past him when within :a j aigan followed in his 'wake and still of home. Lynch again nothing doing. the side by a fly to Connors and the For LetHbridge, Chick, Lynch and bulletin still read 0-0. It was in the fourth that Calgary pulled themselves together with a .4., .4 Lezie, p .4. By Calgary Lethbridge .runs, CalgaryS, Lethibridge Home run: Three base hit: Connors. Two base hit: Clynes; -Ward, Mackin. ,-R H PO A E 0 1 0 0 0 03 4 1 0 12 33 0 1 0 11, 2 0 I 122 0 oj Pincher Creekj July polo 0-06 0 0 i contest on Saturday, afteraoon 'be- 0 2 1 0 0 itween the Macleod and Pincher Creek .11 6 0. 0 teams, mnneis of the two "games on 0 4 0 j Dominion Day, resulted in. a victory for score being, on. this occasion 6 to 2. The.match was a splendid exhibition of. polo, the best of the series, one player .of the home team in particular winning 38 5 11: 33. 10 0 renown for; alacrity of Play. The victory of the home team over that, of: North Fork on Friday, mighty .effort and got a lead of two runs on the Miners.. This is how they did it: Kellackey up, took a walk and was 'placed on. second by a passed ball. Flannigan ivas called out on a fly to Dudley. Then Connors hit one down-the first base line, and got .home on the slow return shoving Kel- lackey in ahead of him, thus scoring two. Stanley followed with a two- bagger, tout no farther, Standridge fan- ning and Paddock ibeing caught out by Chick. Lethbridge in their'.half .ratted in one, three style, .and things as- sumed a serious air. _r Again in the fifth it looked as if Carney would tally another for Cal- gary. By a :base hit and a sacrifice foul he The storj. sent out Standridge 7, Gaddy 4. Time: 2.05. Attendance: 300. Umpire: Fergus-1supposed rlb was cracked' nOt eventually took' root, for, two son. M! revenge -for though he .was touched OTHER1 W. C L. GAMES An assembly was given by the polo I players in the Masonic Hall on the night of Dominion Day, which was R.EGINA TOOK RAGGED GAME FROM MAROONS Winnipeg, July landed went to make the affair a most en- up nine times he put them so scatter- ed and kept the game well in hand. Brown was. touched only four times but clever running helped the j'joyable one. There was a lari Ajngels to win. I present considering that so many Moose. Jaw----- attended by the elite of the town; Good music and other attractions Brandon Brown and. 11 2 4--3. Bliss; Heinrlch, "Gray- son and Cooper. Umpire Smith. _ -the last game.of-tie series .with thejMooge Jaw __ ond, Stanley raised a high foxii and Lynch, making a desperate effort, en- gulfed., the drop in his maw after a long .run, thus saving the situation. In the second half, Stanley, who was lamewqnlt, and Flaaiean went be- hind the tat, Duggan going to centre. Head reached first on a close decis- ion, died second on Paddock's clever fieling of Chick's grounder. Lynch walked, forcing Chick at sec- ond. Dudley up, hit a jumping-Jack over Kellackey's head, good for a two-bagger, thus scoring Chick, and placing Lynch on third. O'Hayer fan- ned; Dudley stole, second. Then Ward came along with a regular bomb among the timbers with a terrific Maroons oh Saturday by score of 12 to 4. Winnipeg led up fifth, when the visitors scored four after two men were down. They kept up the rungetting after that by banging out three home runs, Carney, Collins and Gilchrist being responsible for them. Winnipeg 493 Regina......- 13 3 Menzel, Van Ward and Anderson; Gilchrist and Mclntosh. Umpire, Wheeler. Brandon Brown and Bass; Heihrich Cooper. Umpire Smith. 9 0 4 2 and ROBINS AND ANGELS BREAK EVEN IN DOUBLE HEADER Brandon, July Jaw ibroke even with the Angels today, claiming the third consecutive game. In the first game the Robins, with a couple of two baggers and two singles and a free ticket, scored four runs, and re- tired Heinrich in the seventh. Bran- don tried to even and scored a couple ibut a clever double play saved the Robins. At night Heinricbxtouk- his HICKEY .LOSES FIRST GAME Edmonton, July Hickey out pitched Dunn by a_ large margin and Edmonton -made fewer errors than the Mad Hatters the latter won.the game by opportune hitting and tak- ing advantage of every chance. 10 2 Medicine Hat 4 3 Hickey and Dunn and Davidson. TJmpire Longenecker.' WESTERN CANADA 'LEAGUE STANDING Won Calgary 35 Edmonton 28 Medicine Hat 26 Moose Jaw 21 Brandon 20 Lethbridge 19 i Winnipeg 19 J Regina 16 Lost 12 IS 19 22 29 .28 29 27 P. C. .745 .609 .578 .4S8 .408 .404 .396 were spending the day out of tovni. An energetic movement is on foot here to reorganize the football "team- In former years. the hall kickers of this town held their own with any team in range. Ostensibly the reviv- al of the team will be with a view- to the arrangement of a match "with an outside aggregation, tie Leth- hridge team having preference, on July 27th. The annual races the Pincher Creek Turf Association are arranged to- take place on the' track here Wed- nesday and Thursday, July and 28th. These trials of speed will con- sist of races as follows: Half mile j heats, trot or pace, two-year-olds, saddle horse (175 Bs.) open pony (14-2 and ladies' race Pincher Creek Derby, boys' pony, polo pony, novelty mile and f mile, Indian race, special race for "D" squadron. A 5-mile marathon race also be on the list for amateurs. Entries will close oa Tuesday, July 26th at 5.dO p.m. As the horse rac- es will not start until 2 o'clock it is not unlikely that- other sporting at- tractions -will be introduced to inter- est visitors in the earlier- part oE the dav. weeks ago Barney received a