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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGP HERALD July 11 UCROSSE GAME HERE TOMORROW SPORTS WOLGAST TO MEET FRED WELSH CRUCIAL BALL GAME BEMEN LETHBRIDGE AND TABER TOMORROW NIGHT INDIANS CONT1NUETO WIN Rushed Matters.at the Start With-Speed Which Took Maroons Off Their Feet in City League Baseball Game at Park Last Night Bob Fitzsimmons 1ms .been known to say that the landing of a good solid clout at the beginning has paved the fray to many of his victories. The surprise of n sudden onslaught often carries dismay into the enemy's camp sufficient to cause defeat Before a recovery from the surprise is brought about. The Indians believe in the theory of Ruby Robert. Last night Chief Ev- ans turned his warriors loose on the Mnroons, and the way the red brigadd tore into their husky rivals in the In- itial spasm gives evidence of the fact. Duke Robson was serving up the shot for the Maroons, but he failed to bold the fort after three rounds of ammunition had been fired, so effect- ive was the reply from the Indians. Both sides made a killing at the bat In the., early the upper deep were plenty. selves in tlie gathered courage. But the Indians were not through. In their second they piled on three more. The Maroons came bad; in the thlnl with one less as i they did In the previous round. The Indians in the third, skated the circui but the- Maroons failed, to re gpbnd :in their next innings or an; of the succeeding ones throughout the game., 'From this on it became an airtight affair and was worth the price of admission. There' was but a hfitfull of, fans present; many of the usual attendera are evidently saving their voices and nickels for the big battle between Taber and Lethbridge tomorrow evening. The few spectat- ors that were out pulled strong and constantly for the Maroons. To them the Indians, who have been pirating right along, would look extremely nice humbled in defeat. There were but' few features to the game. Nichols' throw to the plate to catch a runner attempting to score on a sacrifice fly was the most either performance of the evening. The pinch hitting of Evans was, too, meri- torious.' Twice he came up with two men'on (.he bases and tapped the ball nose bringing them in. It is the timely .bingles that bring borne the ham. Box score: Indians. AB R >H PO A E THEY WILL BE THERE WITH BELLS ON Whtn the Lethbridge and Taber teams mtet tomorrow evening at the Athletic Park, thcst two teams will engage In the most Important amateur baseball ict-to In the history of the game In either place. The game IK not aolng to decide the championship of the District League, buT, ihowever, It is crucial from the fact fit that the winner will take on a lead which will give them an advantage that will put the honors so close within their grasp as to almost ensure ultimate possession. The situation stands thuily: Taber has four wins and a loss, with games still at home and away with Raymond before the completion of the schedule. Le'hbrldge has the same number of wins and losses as Taber and a game each with Magrath and Raymond. Last winter Tadftr was successful In Southern District hockey and they are equally anxious to shine In baseball this summer. It will be a shame smotherthelr aspirations but Lethbridge feels the necessity !of making a shine in the realm of baseball too, and tomorrow evening at 6.30 after the Orangemen have com- pleted Thelr festivities at the park they will there with bells on, MAGRATH AND RAYMOND TIE Live Performance Which Brought Forth Much Loud and Active Demonstrations from Enthusiastic Fans Raymond, July I scored OHO run and Raymond two. Thft GIRL EXPERT WITH OARS.' TABER PLAYS LACROSSE HERE TOMORROW The first scheduled game f the district lacrosse league here takes place tomorrow :il- tcrnoon nt the Athletic Park in conjunction 'with the Or- angemen's celebration. Taber is coming up with the best material they possess and a good game is anticipated. ANOTHER INTER- NATIONAL MILL Seidenbecker, 3rd b 5 .6 .4 Maroons j. Moon, 2nd b Evans, c t- Nicholson, 1-b Green, r t Nichols, 1 .f G. Moore, s s Davies, c Slick Meyers then came to his relief j Tate. p and the clamp's, lie put on the advance ment of the Indians was sufficient en- at least until the close of the engagement, when Evans' braves ag- ain rushed the works and established an: additional advantage. To be brief the melee ended with the Jndians lil up and the Maroons 6 down. Indian Tate, who heaved pea-like missiles from the mound, in his strat- egic point of vantage, had 'bis hands full in keeping off the enemy. Four- teen times did they [jenetrate his de- fence, and it was only the doughty warriors at his back who saved him from rout. Fifteen times did the In- dians ;break through the Maroon's front, which, with the help of sundry other occurrences netted them their galaxy.of scores. From the viewpoint of the spectat- or fclie tilt at the start was a rather wierd affair, tout .after. Meyers step- ped into tho 'breach for the -Maroons, H took on the Appearance of consid- erable class. The Indians making five In the first was enough to break the heart of any team, tout when the Ma- roons accumulated four counts them- 44 13 15 12 AB R H PO A E Carpenter, c Mat b .4 1 3 6 S Tlghen, 3rd b ......5 0 12 0 Rau, .2nd b ........5.0 1 6 1 1 c ...........5 0 1 4 2 1 Davies, r f ........4 0011 Istb-p......5 2 2 2 2 Gray, s s..........5 2 3 1 5" f..........4 0 2 3 2 0 ttobson, p-cf......4 1 12 0 41 fi 14 27 15 out, hit by 'batted ball. Score by innings: Indians. Maroons Summary Two base hits, J. 'Moore, Evans, Green, Davies: first on balls, off Robson 3, Meyers 1; struck out, left dou- play, Home to Ran; first on er- 042, 000, 6 iby-Robson Meyers 2, Tate 5 on ibases, Indians 8, Maroons 0 rors, Indians 5, Maroons: passed Davies: hit by pitcher, Carpen- ter; stolen" bases, Seidenbecker, Ev- ans, Nichols 2, Carpenter 2, Tighen. Culbertson. Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age Made in the Glenlivel Dutricl 'of DinilWiei in Scotland, from the (inert of Scotch Birlcy. DIRECT PKOM Craiftllftchie Glenlivet Distillery Co. C C PACNUELO WINE AND SMUT COY. t for town i Los Angeles, Cal., July Ad Wol- ast, light weight champion of the orid, and Freddie Welsh, challenger, will meet in a 20-round Eight for the title here Thanksgiving' day, Novem'- ber 30. The weight" will be 133 pounds ring side. The fight is to be refereed bj cither Jack Welch or Eddie Smith. WITH THE BOXERS Jack .Ward, the English lightweight, who came to this conntr.y with Mat Wells, has returned home. Bill Squires will return to the ring, having agreed to meet. Bill Ijins m Sydney next month.'-When the pair met a year ago Lang gave Squires an awful heating. v AND WKLLS TO MIX IT MilwaiiRec, July 11. Pro- motors announced yesterday that they had .practically clos- ed a match between Mitt Wells and Packoy McFarlane of Chicago, to he staged before Hadgct A. C. in September. has proved to he the.most Interesting baseball gamo played this season in Raymond was that between Kaymohd and Magrath last night on tho Park Bixwnds'." Magrath eanio exjiectiug a walkover, but were disappointed. On tho whole play was gooii on both sides .throughout; at times exceedingly 'good. In .-the first inning Magrath PRIZE SHOOTING AT THE LYCEUM SALLERY Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Calgarv Edmonton Winnipeg Brandon Saskatoon 43 33 29 33 18 16 16 1? 24 30 42 42 .729 MO M'l 52. .300 .276 Chicago New York Philadelphia Pittsburg 'remarkable feat in rowing ic- by. Miss Mabel Levy, a" New vnrk girl, who rowed a boat with a party if three :pcrsoos aboard aroiuid Mnn- Island! .Xh.e_.di8tance is Thirty- four miles, Miss.. Z-ery is twenty-iix vcara old. Western Canada League Games ANGELS' WINGS CLIPPED BY THE BRONCHOS Brandon, July Standridge added'one more victory to his already long list last night when he pitched :he Bronchos Into victory, over the lo- cals by the score of 4 to 2. Pete kept the hits of the locals scat- :ered throughout the nine innings. On .he other hand bunched their hits. In the fourth Piper led off with a single, Moran made a double and1 then Chick hit for three bags nutting Calgary in the; lead. Two errors in the .eighth by the Angels were responsible lor another score for the visitors. Brandon started out well and put a run across in each of the first two in- lings, hut that was .the last of their successful efforts in that direction. Score br Calgary 7 2 Brandon 5 2 EDMONTON SHUT THE MAROONS OUT, Winnipeg Julj cold neilh er the Edmonton team ibeat the Ma- roons here tonight ,in the opening game of the present series by the score of 4 to 0. Both Whiteside and ljieh were wild buf the latter had the best of the argument as he did not allow a hit until 'the seventhrround, though the local flinger should'have had a shutout, -but ,a little dopoy Tvork in the field was directly responsible for tho visitors' runs. There were few features. score: Edmonton Winnipeg 000 000 Pieh and Slight; Whitcsjde and Edmunds. SASKATOON-SHUT OUT Moose Jaw, locals'had 11 the best of today's contest, shutting t r itrcn bv the cj P of to i Pennybaker opened for the .visitors! but was batted out :of the box.In the third inning. Daubert, who took .h place, was a little better, but was not given any support. Score tfy Saskatoon .000 000 6 4 Moose Jaw .003 7 1 There haS been a shooting contest at the Lyceum shooting galfery for the cast week. The contest ends tomorrow night at 9 o'clock when the jcmcjnnau three high men will'be given prices. (Brooklyn Tho first urlze is a 515 Calabaalfpine, Boston and tobacco pouch; 2nd, prize, gun metal cigarette case; 3rd au- tomatic match box." Harry J. Detroit 13. iliirray. S. Sanauist are in tho front iPhiladelphiii rank for first, prize and the runners ;NewvYork Chicago Cleveland Washington St. Louis NATIONAL 44 31- 18 30 80 "1 41 46 .600 .600 577 r.C8 .431 .370 .243 score stood thus till the fifth when Magralh sot ill 3 runs. In the tilth, the first.Inning was repeated, Magrath getting 1 and Raymond 2. In thii in- ning Roy O'Brien made' a 2-base hit bringing Hoy Brewerton home. This caused great cxcltonient. Everybody yelled, dogs on the grandstand barked and babies cried. Interest was ercaC during the remainder of the cuase. In tile seventh there were np runs for. either side. Magrath pitcher mate a balk and In the muddle .'.hat ensued, two Raymond men got bases. In the eighth Raymond scored 1 and enthus- iasm on the grandstand knew no bounds. Everybody stood up, men' threw uo hits and girls hugged each othei The bdiie now even with one more In this neither team ?ot to first and as it was getting dark, both sides agreed to call It .a dr.ui Ini iinpires I JJnns of Magi-nth ind z. Skonson, of Raymond, gavo satisfactt in. iho line no nas folio Migrntn -Ott tia Colennn Hooking u-ijp lell, Mercer, Benyon, Coffla jvfwcer. a) Skonson L, O Bi ien, 'oweli, Hawk, Roy O'Urion' Brewerton, Dr. Skon- ;on. Raymond plays today with Warner n Warner up are too numerous to mention.' A series of these prize shoots will take !place for tho next.month.. Prizes iig- 'gregating: the amount of 550 will be put up next: week. AMERICAN 51 49 13 36 ?b 27' 20 2-1 25 34 45 m 42 49 54 .680 .662 .534 o21 .514 .402 Fun Manufacturers With Sells-Hoto Circus Here Saturday Next CANADIAN HENLEY WILL SURPASS ITSELF St Ont Tulj eady there are indications that this Canadian Henley regatta to be leld here three weeks from next -Frl- lay and Saturday .will'eclipse all Its ircxlecessors. This year the fast wa- er men from Montreal, 'oronto, .Buffalo, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Hamilton and perlmpa Boeton and Philadelphia will be seen .on the ourse. With the three Toronto chiba laving big representations likewise ho three Buffalo the Winnipeg, who didn't'come last year, Montreal and Hamilton not to forget the old reliable Detrotts, thfi eyeota in both the senior-and junior classes should bo full up.' No change- has been made in the running of the.rac- es. They will all be rowed with the turn. The eights of course will be Vowed at straight away of Ottawa and probably the Ot- .wa rowing club too, together with MORAN GOING HOME New York, July." 10.--0wen 'Moran rrived from the! coast today and will sail for.hia home in Birming- ham, England, in days no idea'ot forsaking the ring. Talking through Harvey, he de- clared that he would like a return bout with Wolgast. Moran wag down too said Harvey, "and it took his strength from him. Moran would like a return match with Wolgaal, hut wt.don't propose to force that lusue the public sentiment In with ui." NOTICE! G. NOTIS, S. SANQUIST, J. B. MURRAY, BOBBY McKAY, E. DOMBERG, G. A. STANSON, J, WILSON, J. DEVINE, H. PILLING, C. E. BRQWER, PUD. WILSON, must bo present on or before 9 p.m.- at Shooting Gflllco to defend or collect their prlres foi the Meek ing 9pm, Inly 12 (Weil) Speaking of the, visit of the Sells- Floto shows to ScatUe, the Star "has this.to 'There are three vital defects In the Sells-FIoto circus. In the first place, you pay only 25 cents to see it In ;the. second place, the employees are all civil, even courteous; and thirdly, there is no 'grafting' !n the. show, 'Whoever heard of a civil ticket seller in a circus? Whoever conceived of a circus without pickpockets and grafters? And, finally, whoever ex- pected to soe a real big tent show for 25 cents? Surely, Mr. Tnmmen; one of owners of the show, Is ignoring cus- tom. Perhaps the public is pleased with the policy. It would seem so, as people were turned from the big ton I. last night. -If you arrived after eight o'clock you did not sec the Inside'of the1 niain tent. The disappointed Instead of returning home, found solace in the sideuhows 'Of course ,it was the same old side show, saw it-all for a .dime. .Two or three thousand people were turned away In the afternoon as well. -The show itself is not quite as extensive as some which Seattle hae seen; but that Is an attraction in self; you.can see it'alt. When it comes to paying 50 cents to go to the oldtime, eight-ring circus, or 35 cents to a lot of fellows will choose the latter. "The equestrian acts are better than circus.cver brought to Seat- tle The clowns are good with era! acts. The famous son temil} who Vnow no in acrobatic work, ind the rolling globe top-llq ers in tent work None of the eigh Mg acts la unworttn the lurg show In the country The .shows come to Letlibridge on" to. The popular price remains the same, nnd the ihow Itself enlarged 'to nlmoet double the size former jcara Games in the Big Leagues Oetroit Washington St. Louis Boston Ohicago New York AMERICAN 000 400 S 000 100 3 230 000 10 040 041 13- 000 002 000 7 .000 002 000 12 AMERICAN'ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 000 001 101 9 0 000 000 lU-2r-5.t_7 1 Toledo 131 100 S 0 IrfOUisvilJa 000 000 3 4 St. Paul 003-.010 10 5 Kansas Cit> 000 6 2 Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia St. Louis New York Chicago Brooklyn PlttBbiirg NATIONAL 010 Oil 001 001 100 000 OOO'lOO 100 010 001 000 000.000 010 000 Rochester Buffalo -Montreal Toronto Providence Newark Jersey City Baltimore EASTERN 8 000 100 7 000 000 0 1 060 001 13 100 000- 10V-3 110..000 001 000 Glorious 12th 1911 Grand Celebration Athlltlc Grand Pajadfl of Onnga Lodges from All Points In Albtrta. Athletic ContesU 100 Yard Oaihei ,_ Run 1 Run Tug of CentMt Hlgh Jumping Bill Game '.w. Mitch Throwing the Hammer .ChildrenV Racet Women'f Fit Old Mun'i LADIES, BRING Y.OUM BABIES These Prlzn for Look- Ing For pjirtleulan of ipply to HARRY CHAPMAN 924 Burdett Stntt V" V ;