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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta July A LOCAL MAN'S GREAT SHOOTING DISTRICT LEAGUE FOOTBALL 6.30 LETHBRIDGE PUT IT OF THE Took Cinch Hold on Game at Beginning-Visitors Were Outclassed Local Team Tie With Ja' Taber for First Place in Dis- trict Baseball League in "i e 'n Jfcplr inomlis i'. stages of _ the game the difficulty in .establishing FH IqrUy over Raymond. In ilieir first dis triigt league sci-io with the sut-'ur bee .town by sklimlns them iQ-5. and collectively ihc en emy appeared to be even before the game began-. It only took .'couple of spasms to1 prove this 1 .The flrflt LV.-Q innings Hie favorites O'Brien's old-fashioned had the local swaUmen (winging off their feet. drove run's .acroae the .pan to the eight that yrh--> all. who was operating in tlie lor the Invaders in ihe flrs'i1 Iwo' In- nings was something of a. lead Pipe for in? -home lalem. They nidn'i hit him extremely hard for he failed ta heave the .bap In n suitable vicinity O.f th.e but nt that ilie boys took kindly, t'o. some of ihe choicest of an ell-round' bum Walker got poor support In the re- ceiving department. Backstop Skou eon propped nearly every ball picchetji to him'. -Tbe hook was applied to Wai- third and Clarence then. decorated the mound for the op- position. The change worked wonders Tor the 'ciigar' -beet town sentry. They tight- ened up in monkey wrench fashion in department and then tlie Leth- bridge- Unm knew. for. the first time of the7' evunibg that they were i in a bail game. One rinj oft- O'Brien 'on' the occasion IUE flrtt Bcseion on (.he rubber and thEt. -.vas" nil .until inc.sevenlh when 'another local br.Tve stepped acraes' the 'plate, completely ihe, eighth run of cradiiwl .to the visitors for the oreningi performance.- Tale J pitched A strong and clever "same. J More -hits w ere iennred off him tain jiff ,hfi liTal-ilatwiuLn, hut he workad jte better advantage la other respeoU. ooclrtri wifl all Uui 'could he 10 the ooTdad iMel of Uie j pitching and .nujai more Hhira' curves. and vpeed.'- Twe bad the1 control; tbc speed, the Ho IVM there like a for eljflit Of those'clne ipuiflgg. Tbe eighth wai Lls' -weak session. The. enemy, took ron a' hlLHag streak. and jambvsterf the ball tevenl corners of-tho .lot, and Lethbridgu. have their crucial lost sehrdiilpd here Tor July This will be :i bntUo of iho slants niitl 1[ ihpra is no shufcc-Ni) in ihe nice before rliat date, which only be oiM'asIoned by the iilftyinp of a postponed panic, nml is very imlikn- ly, a com bill of unparalleled siguift cance will lake iilnce. Taber has a te-ini this season nml the speed boys ol renown have nothing much to advance liy the way of sn-! perlority. They have a good ba'tery, flood slickers and n sharp bunch of lufiPlders. Lethbridjje has a postponed fixture to play at Raymond and n same at Mngratli. Julr 2-1, winding I up (he pcnson. Maernth has now a team worthy of our sieol, it Is said. Detailed Raymond AB n H PO A E _ _ii The accompanying picture shows how tlie great stadium ol New York's baseball part vrlll appear wlinn com- pleted. The miv.' griiuU stuutV whlcli will be wore ilinu one ihonsaud tret in leiigtb aud clfftity Juet In height to top of the balustrade, will be In tha form oC n lioraeshoe. OTTAWA CREW WINS VICTORY AT HENLEY Belgiaiis Took the Lead at the Start but Broke Their System and were Overhauled by Canadians Ovation for Winners Menley-on-Thamcs, Eiiff., July The second day's racinp of the regal- a ligaiu lotlivy In bvilllivnt .veathcr with scarcely a breeze blow- iijj. Thousaiids of people were on the to ace Ottawa and the Hel- ;ians nice. For the (Irnnd Challenge up, Magdalene beat New College Ox- slroketl forty-two to the minute unfl were level for the first two strokes. Tlie Belglann tliun Kot sllgHtlj-'ahead, and ii( Hit) quarter mile were half a length In from. -Then the Cunadlana came and (J a light, the Belgians at (he half mile, In three twenty-five.- The Ciimtdlana then forged nhend and uulrow'oil the Belgians, whose atroko ord by one quarter of number seven broke down. The ng the Cast ume- o( 7 minuLes sen-1 result waa received with great cheer- incls. Magdalen were the winners of he last, year. The rnce between the Belgians and Ottawa was close at the elan, both ing. In heat two the Diamond Sculli Charllcin wru beaten Bruce of Ox- ford, eauily. In fl in I mite 6 on.seconds. D-2b Skuiispn, c Ib lelraan, rf O'Brien, p. 3b; s, ss-lf, ficken, 2b-es ikouson. J. If 1'Brleu p....... Uethbridge eidepbecher, 3b. loore, SB irandow, tiller-C Nicholson, Ib A If .4 2b ............4 'ate p ......I.....3 J. C. LIVINGSTONE OF LETHBRIDGE CARRIED OFF THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF ALBERTA AT THE CALGARY TRAPS J: C. Livingstone, A. B. Stafford, JC. D. Johnson and J. Stafford return- Lfthbrldge Meet The following professionals 0 ment brincin 1 0 __ 4G out of it uoseih'e.oO birds. _ 'has been held This cu Uie _ years by "Ben" of Cal cupiniul J. W. past Ed. .Mend, Item ing ton OJed lasi night from ihe Calgary Tournti- here this aftsrnboii to take part In them the Tournament tomorrow pionship cuu, which J. C, Livingstone j ami Saturday': Holohan, with ivon after a close race with a. score of jihe Dnpont 1'owdc'r- Co.; Chas. Mink J. Mnckay and _. ifVmis and U. 11. C. Co.; E..G. While, Dupont'Powder Co., Ottawa, Lee .Barkley, Winchester Arms. Co E. RickeVston, Winchester Arms Co. -r. Others who will be here are Archie Hishop, of Nelson, winner of.ilie Leth- liririge Brewing MaKlng Col's trophy last year; H. C. Cramer, Nelson, B. C.; AD R H PO A E gary, and enrries with it not only a honor but a leu [her case con- taining 500 shells. Thp conditions were not fnvornble high All the Lethbridse did well and are "much pleased with their .trip. R. G. Robinson, H. C. Andrew, W. n. MacLarcn and A. Ilmlell of Calgary! There will also bo a number fiom the north and south and from tchewan and Manitoba. The big event of the two days' shool will be, held about 2.30 Sntiirdnyi ai'ternpon when Hie JloO Cup donated' by .Mr. Fritz Sick, will be shot for, Every ono is welcome -to see the! shooting and there will bo H Inrse number out Saturday afternoon to seo this event. Every, member ot the Gun .Club; should try- and entertain the visiting was like other Callahan'a Wonder Real "Come .of Clubs Today There linvc tiren many so-callert conic-liack's in the sporting. wnrlii past year and Ihc oi is Jimmy C'allahiin, sl.r. fmlilcr- Wliit'c.. Snx. Here is tlie conou'lc (Jasi! of one major -league plaver ivlin rcUli'ns to tlie game aftei-nn absiMitrR ot ivAiiy years ontl doc.s icl-tcr lhaii Hie lew years previous to lis '.viihdrnwnl. Miinv ycwrK was tiefore the (lays of the American league, too, was a great pitcher. CANADA Won Loat P. C. Moose Jim- 38 16 ,70-1 Ualgsry 30 U .653 licjmonton IS J! Winnipeg -32 21 ,642 Saskatoon 1C 3T ..803 Brandon 16 .211 Won P. 0. I'htladelnWi 4i 21. .620 Chicago 42 .618 New York 43 31 .881 39 30 .5SB 3110 6 26 S "Powell out, hit by baited ball. Score by Western Canada League Games ....on nno 000 10x-lfl Tate.wai struck somewhere about mldehipi and went -jowh (or the count. two had It ik-KUrti old batting rally and put ' into the .game. The. reiiilt f 4iree_ ruaa whereat much pep was flnfiiHd into the veins of the Boulh- high In the .Demies 'camp In the. ninth but was lived- "The first. men were picking and ibe third was Clw- hlerlng in morale of sonjnoleiicy be- jtween wcrmd and Lblrd. where he died hnihoui a murmui-. !i of Evans' run- ulnf catch Sltonson's line drive In j Blxth.vhlcb -was a clear-CMC of f.robijery, aud' SeiWbetWi jobblo i ol Valier'i mighty foil! into -j the tipper coupled with a enirp pliy by Ilayinood In the con- to tte annali of.great and Thcio lir brtwffhr forth tna the Sumniar.r; two base hits, Rnn, O'- Hrlen; first on balls, off'Tnle I, off Walker, 3. off O'Brien 3; sinick -nt by Ttato 7, by Wallicr 2, by O'Uiinn on bases, Lethbrldgc i; liny- MOOSE JAW TOOK TWO FROM CALGARY Jaw, July ivns with (.lie locals in yesterday's games aiic they copped From iho Bronchos The first ganie went iho entire nino innings. The Bronchos made a game rally in Uie ninth but could not over- come th? lend that the locals had gained in tljo two previous innings Standridge was practically invincible during fhe early pnrt of the game only [owing nnc hit but the locals located him in ihe seventh and agnlii .in tlie following inning.. The- second was won by the locals through Lcxie'? wildncss.' He e free transportation nine times during the seven innings. N'nverson Ijjlt'hcd n swell same only allowing four scattered hits. First Calgary ..............002 000 Moose Jaw .-.........100 010 Second Calgary ................OOO 000 Moose Jaw .............101 OJO POOH BRANDON and Limeb' hiding by ihe Maroons find superb hit- tins by Glass explains ibo victory 'of the home teum over the Brandon Angels tonight by ilie aonre of 7 to I. Reese was bit hard, while [lie locals fialdod In fiiiiltless manner. Tbe "visit- ors "only onn liil. up (ill the moiiil 4; first on errors..I-etlibrldeii. 2, nitilb inning when Snliafer and 2; douBle plnya Hickon'to! Walker to, Powell; passed ball Sltoii son 5; hit .by pitcher TQW; slolcn busea, Scldenbtcker 2, Brandon, IL'viui: 3, Pulley-3, Nicholson 2, Tnte Pon-c! Selman, O'Brieu, Hicken; sacrifice ihlts Moore, Bnudow, Fairbanks, of game Umpire Birch of Roddick singled scoring their only run. Victory- Mtant LMt win pnti 'with Tiber In the" lour vliu aad L OA.V4 Misstatements Made in S: O. E. Letter Editor, Lettibrldgo McraM: behalf the S. O. 'E. 'football club. I wish to correct two ftrrora frhlnU upptared in Lholr letter of liQft C'ttHlea asked, for a nmiraF year.'1' Thai for neut- ral referee was "vo4ed doirn." In the first InniUJce this .should have road "the year before" In (he ieconri cage, this was not voted down, as II never wont to lue vote. I ihall lie. glad If you will klndly have correction Inaerlod. C. .WKSTLEY. .Cocretary .S.p.E. P.O. Score by imiinjja: nramion oon ooo on] i Winnipeg 020 020 7 SASKATOON BEAT EDMONTON Saskatoon, July Berrypick' crs found the Esk'imos easy victims to> day and gave Ihoni a setback in the pennant race. Score by Kdmonlon .200 000 12 D Saskatoon .....202 000 7 2 S.O.L GOING TO MACLEOD Macleofl, July Sons Bug- land fooiball team.of LeLbbridge are billed, to play the 'Macleod team .at (he AUUctic grounda. FriOay night, when a good game ot football, is ex- pected. The Macleod hoys are prac- ticing hard every night and expect to come out ;it ilie top of the Southern. Alberta League at the end of Uie eea- HOVERS TEAM FOR TONIGHT The Rovers in their match with the Hangers this evening al the Athjetic I'ark will -play the following men: Goal, Coles; Macltay and Hoi'ne, hacks; WlHctts, Patcrson ami F. Himms, half backs; Clarlc, .Fannch. Ulcmminson, C. Chlswick and Moran. tonvartls. reserve. J. Ilae and Bcnibricige on shooters and help give them a good [lu-in Clark ime' MaUicwsoii. Addia lin and Married Tournament for Macleod Cup This Month July the 17th.and' 18lh- of July when teams from Cow- North Fork, 'Plncher Macleod will compete for the Mnc- leod-Polo Cup. Tho tournament will be held on the polo grounds on the. island park which Is one of the polo' fields i'n- Alherta, Oriffith, Christy loss, George, Mul- 'Rrown. who used riis hrains, in addition to natural powers hmiij i s ich an old Miner thit some mai rpmcriihet- the Urn? wKcn lie VM Hill I i, cliiiin" aiifl ivlien the pair had a flat logcilinr tin ihe Side in Chica.- po. Langc has hrrn out of the for" season and never lias tried to come Not'-only'has, Cn.'l returned as a Cincinnati' I Brooklyn 31 39 43 .587 .877 .228 AMERICAN Won Lett Detroit r 4S .Philadelphia -li Chicago 35 Now York 36 Boston 33 Cleveland H Washington 26 BASEBALL NOTES The report Tcnncy is ering Jake Heckley and Amos Ivisio to join'-his Boston team IB un- funded: V- Bill. "foimpnils. 'Uiill'C.rstiy of Micli- gan foot' ball -star, js, considering' be- coming' a. base- In .the monntnln VVhen-tKc score'was 2il to 3 against is '.team the'bther day .Manager Ten- a pineh hitler in the nhiih. 'Ie .failed to score the needed 24 ninsr Take'.Northrop of the ReaflluB Tris- atc lenm on .hinc 14 'shuL out Lfln master .without, a. lie atv.vich out eight men, did not gave a base on jaUa and not a Laucasior man reached irst.; Fans'along ihe Pacific coast, who re as: keen knockers of umpires as ans anywhere.'' declare President Lynch, 'of the 'National" League, has ctuallr fnnnd'.a jewel of'an umplvo n Haljih" I-'rary. Athletics Find Favor in Turkish Army fielding outfielder', hiiL lie is right up] SI. Louis the1 like. Tr Cofcb, Crawford, I.ajoic and Joe Jackson.. Caii y'dii imagine anyUiing more Orc- nmrvahic llinii this yery.niiich veter- an liiUing in the -neighborhood of .375 and pretty close tn .'100 I. at recall any other IP ln.P gamp-aiul-mip- 18 23 23 30 32" 40 45 ,51 'times? man iT- not'. _ vcnlVjic Lo Games in the Big Leagues NATIQNAl. Chilli dolphia Nejv Vprlr fi 14 4 11 MAGRATH BEAT WAFINER Warner, .Tilly lias i of .Borne, speed. l.rpunced Warner's fast sel 'by n to -1 'It' was a game replete with slylish pitching nntl slellnr flelrtinjr slunlB, UUJTARY IN 'I.'URKHV-A YARW i fnnnd n plate In ai'iny of Mm "J'lrrk ICniplrc, ia ii In odwr military hitfl'btton sIliinjlBLc-J by (lie present lcl ut Reported Incorrectly Sporting Editor, Lelhljridge UerBli1 Dear lo'your iss le of Holiday. .Inly 3rd. in which ap- peared an nrllcle under the heading .VLethbridge Athletes I would beg to call your attention to.the fact; .lf..[ nifty lie permitted to do'-fio, lhat "ft'ero Beveral'crrors in' that ar- [.elhbridge ntlljelcs did' (jarry off a goodly .number of prtWs.jF.till I only.'fKir to thejfabcr .boys, and won, .fleyerM of the events that, the e boys-should be credited 'with doing so.' In tbR 'broad Jump McCommas, J who took second prize, Is alated as from Letlihrlrige, while as a matter of fact he never II red there 3.1 all to my knowledge and has lived In Tabcr for 000 020 a 8- L'i UaH.lniorc 310 16 4 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 10 St. PRU! ..5 12 'if I.OIllBVillc .'...nil J Tolcrto KaruaB 7 J 5 .yf'.'l II ;