Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
MONTREAL AT ROYAL my Minto Cup Held Light Work- Out at Brockton Point Invade Westminiter Today Vancouver, July did not take the Montreals, aspirants lor the Mln- to Cup, long to get into uniforms and have a little workout, for yesterday afternoon under the direction of Chau- cer Elliott, -the champions of the N. L. U. went out to Brockton Point and put in a light practice. A few score of entnusiasts -were on hand to get a line on them and they went away .perfectly satisfied that as far as stick handling and speed was concerned the Easteners were there. The fceam on the whole looks very light, especially the home, tout what they lack in weight they make up in nerve. They used a short quick pass and bore right in. The Montreals look to foe a very promising aggrega- tion considering that it was their first workout since they arrived on the coast. They look to foe in excellent shape, considering their long ride, and with four days to work should foe ready to play the game of their lives on Sat- urday. NEW OUTLAW LEAGUE Rumor That Strong Organization Will Pittsburg in Opposjtjcn to ,-Wv National league PittsbTirg, July to rumors which have been quietly cir- several days and which, their way into print yesterday afternoon, negotiations are effected for.the sale of a well known park in the BeUefield district here -to'a syn- dicate which is contemplate Organizing a. 'baseball. team as rivals to the'National league club here. The rumors connect the ,_ name of .President Ban: Johnson, of --the Ameri- can league with .the reported deal.- In view, of the understanding that the American coudd not invade Pittsburg without violat- ing the rules of the National Baseball commission, the outcome of the re? ported negotiations is a.matter of feeen interest and conjecture. FOUGHT ON THE STREETS To Catch Glimpse of the Black Cham- pion New York, July Jack PIRATES' CRACK SECOND BASEMAN Johnson arrived here he was greeted by a white and black, but mostly' black, multitude, which swamped the improvised Grand Cenitral Station. Ten thousand men, women and boys were packed in and around the. big, strag-. gling building in Lexington avenue when the Twentieth Century Limited from Chicago came in at ;i: 25 o'clock, nearly five hours bearing the negro pugilist, his white wife and a party of his friends, who had accom- panied him on the last lap of his trans- continental tour of triumph. As the train drew in a great roar went up from the mass of proud, hap- py, perspiring darkies, who jammed long, make-shift train shed, In the forward rush the guards at the gates1 were swept aside, and a huge black tidal wave, crested with high. hats, shining rows of white teeth and real diamonds, swept down the platform to where a black, slick, watermelon-shap- ed head had an instance in an open of the 'third Pullman back from the .engine. Hundreds of negroes and not a few whites sprang-from the shelter of em- and raced along plank- ing -in advance of the enrolling human freshet. Goodness .knows how .they had got inside the inclousure, but there they -were; A- number of well-dressed white men were well up in the .charg- ing mob.'To. save them from Being trainmen" jerked them to one side up on top of tow, (baggage .trucks, so 'that they GOTCH MAY BE NEXT Chicago." July told that Frank Gotch, the wrestler, would seek a match with Johnson, the pugilist -said yesterday before his de- parture for New "York, that if Gotch -do business with him he would have to put some money, as he did not propose to let anybody- get any free advertising. formed white black sea. Islands, in a surging ri'% cnnrk i f T CT'Anr'C1 m i BASEBALL SCORES! I ASSOCIATION At Columbus.............. 3 o Minneapolis............ 511 At Toledo ..'............-6 6 St. Paul.............. 5 8 ,At Indianapolis........... 3 S Kansas wity 0 5 At Louisville............ S 12 Milwaukee............ 1 9 NATIONAL At Frttsburg.............. 8 12 York............ 1 8 At Cincinnati............ 5 S Boston i.......... 1 H St. Louis-Brooklyn, rain. Chicago-Philadelphia, Tain. AMERICAN At New York- New 8.9-3 "Milling like stampeding steers in a the exultant negroes swirl- ed around the Pullman.- Their yell- ing, thick with the -cadences, of happy, Africa, drowned the puffing of loco- motives and .the .ringing of' engine In -the Jam, men, while and black, were slammed against pillars and the 'sides'of cars and hurt. The. heat was frightful, the excitement ter- rific. Police Captain ,Langtleyj ,the head of a little f lyiiig wedge of police- men, fought his way to the -rear plat- form almost ibef'Ore the -train -stopped. Johnson, grinning .broadly, was alrea- dy at the door. "Come on, ordered Captain 5 2 kangtley, "get right behind me and ['11 take you out of this mess." The big negro fell in behind the -big BRANDON WENT DOWN AGAIN Miners Batted the Famous Heinrick Out Of Box In Less Than Three Innings-Score 6 to 2 --The Fifth Straight Victory most of the ten thousand.in a; throng had stored away on; their-persons, a goodly portion of the coin of the realm- which .they won when the iblack Go- liath -hammered the "Pride, of the- white race" into -'unconsciousness; and oblivion in the., city It was like banning the 'city Direc-.: tqry .from, the southern, boundary of Hell's kitchen. to ;the furthermost reaches of San Juan Hih to. give of "those present" at, the-grand -wel- come. Also there were 200- 'ibulis" under command of Captain -Lantry. These latter were eminently -neces- sary principally, to, prevent the over- enthusiastic from hurling down. in Johnson's path. It is accounted a great honor in Sari Juan to be walked upon :by a champion. ARRIVES. Shortstop Oriet arrived in the yesterday from the coast and will likely be in the game tonight At Boston 6 Chicago 2 At FJUladelphia............ 2 St Louis.............. 0 At betroit 3 Washington............ 7 12 EASTERN At Toronto.............. 5 Buffalo 2 At tProvidence..........- 2 Newark........... 0 At Montreal.............. 2 o 6 5 1 So O 1 0 protecting shoulders of the 'Captain and two Sergeants. A double guard of railroad detectives, station hands and policemen formed about him, and tthus conveyed he was headed for the nearest exit. It was not ony use. In an instane the policemen, who snoved and push- ed vainly to hold their places, were being hu-stled aside. Another instant and their formation was 'broken, and Johnson, his bared, round head 'bob- bins in the ruck, was being literally carried through the train shed. He was just tickled to death with his reception. His' right black as a grizzly's paw, was stuck out this way and that, to ibe seized and shaken, but his left carefully guarded the huge diamond that 'blaz- ed in his scarf. As he was borne -up the steps and out Into the open air the police bored into the thick mass again, cut John- son out skillfully and delivered him over, rumpled, sweaty, but reason- ably Intact, into the hands of Barom Wilkins, the negro cafe owner; Jeanette, the yellow pugilist; Griffo, a retired white fighter, and the rest of the "official reception com- mittee." Griffo was the only white member of- this committee, which had HORSERACES ATBIGFAIR Winnipeg, July opening day ff the Winnipeg Exhibition horse races MINTO CUP GAME TODAY The Montreal challengers' Play' the :.New" Westminster Minto Cup holders the v game' of their series -today. The outcome of this lacrosse match is: being awaited with keen interest all over Canada. New Westminster is a strong favorite. IMQmWAGEK Man Had To rBsiJy His Shadow Wilkesbarre, Penn., July Gegor, of .Georgetown, a suburb of this city, who two ns-eeks.ago decided in' betting with Richard Stovey that if Jeffries" was beaten by" Johnson, he would bury his has been re- quired to fulfuill the condition "of the wager. Stovey and a number of friends, after vainly getting him to make the him so last night that he agreed he would make the attempt to bury his shadow at mid- featured7 with some kesn competi- i night. He thought to elude them then Heiiirich, main squeeze and pitcher extraordinary of the Angel kids from Brandon, got his wing clipped last night at the ball park. Heinrich was touted as the invincible nonpariel and was due to stop the Miners' mad rush to the pennant pole, but he didn't. It juct took about two-and-a- half rounds to show Heiny that he was just as easy to us as any of the other alleged cracks-who-have adorned the mound ana got; their reputation full of holes in-recent dates: RIGHT, Heinrich got away good in the first half.. He fanned'Olsom andi Head was retired. Though Chick 'drpve out a clean Heiny soon got out of danger, Lynch putting up foul pop which was easily handled, retiring J STARTS TO BLOW vV- In the second. Dudley on the nose for two two- base hit. .Heinrich looks worried.' O'Hayer popped 5 over first-sacker Thompson's head, who was playing in Dudley- .Vent to .third, i O'Hayer safe, and later tbbk: second on a .pass With. .and "O'Hayer on' filling the bases; hit .b'eauty -right arid; bison next got O'Hayer -Chances were "rife'.-, for. "but a, double. :play .-to'1 it- Head grounded; was doubled 'at- i in. .the ;third Chick was first to face the foe at the the second time; met" Heinrich's offer- ings on .the, nose, .this, .time for 'a -single. Lynch, 'Chick" stole second. Dudley landed' hard, on the ball and shot a.single to right, sending around to third. 0'- then- took a crack at it and ONE MORE The sixth and last r run was made in the seventh. O'Hayer got through safely on a fumble and was advanced on Wafd's sacrifice, being eventually Kit in by Grimes. GRIMES WAS THERE The pitching: of .'Grimes, was fault- less He: hit men, but otherwise didn't give .a scattered bingles were accumulated in the nine innings of play vis- itors, and some.of them were o! the scratch order. ANGELS" ONE IN THE' FIFTH The, Angels -battled for four" before they received a look-in .on .the score board for but blanks. In the fifth Cooper hit high over Dudley's head -and Sullivan did the immediately af- terward.. The' former took two', bases and; hits, which, might 'have by irper.-fielding. The- len hit yihto. a .double, 'forcing. Bar- leske at McDonough Abounded to man YOU CANNOT EXPECT COOP LUCK in your fishing or shooting unlew you have the right tackle, the tight guns and ammunition.-; .They'll all you get them here. SO WILL THE WALL TENT and camp outfit we supply." If there's anything lor tport we hrren't got come and tell what It The Lethbridge, Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND 9T OTHER W. C L. GAMES ion in all the classes. Chief interest centered in the 2.35 pace or 2.30 trot for a purse of Rod McKenzie's Star Brino went out and took three heats in commanding style, though _Rob Roy was picked to be in the running. It took five heats to decide the 2.19 big and trot, of which D. A. Dinnie, of Minot, won. The running event vras landed by Jim Mallady, from a big field. by deciding he had no shadow at night, but they were more shrewd than he and carried lanterns. When they had repaired to a .field near 'their homes they lignted the lanterns and made Gegor dig a grave. Then erity to state that the reception, ex- ceeded that given to the ,other Tiack 1 from Elba' conquering, hero three 1 weeks ago. The reason Is obvious: UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP: CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block MINERS SCORED AFTER THIS FASHION WHILE HEINY. WAS PITCHING whistled a nice one. to left, bringing in Chick and Dudley. O'Hayer stole second. Ward walked. Then Man- ager Bill Morrow conceded that HeJa- rich was in for a beating and straightway got out iis, hoot and yanked the German out. Thelen dis- placed, him. The first thing- to hap- pen, then was a single by Mackin, ad- vancing O'Hayer to third. Thelen. then displayed class by fanning the next two. men up. Thelen did better than Heinrich and there was a great im- provement over his previous showing when he only lasted for a short while in the box. Shultz started the back-stop vork for the visitors, but was away off color, and Morrow .in the fourth an- nounced a change in the line-up. Cooper went behind the bat, while McDonough settled in right and Shultz in centre. Brandon put up a better game after that and Thelen pitched good ball, though touched up occasionally rather hard. ANOTHER IN THE FOURTH Head fanned and Chick for the third consecutive time, hit safely, this time for three bags between left and centre. Lynch lofted a short fly, wMch was too difficult to catch and Chick scored. Dudley and O'Hayer retired the side. .Alter' between' 1-eft.Taad of came, ih-.oif: ;f fai iniz-up around first- ;lThomp- soh's :hard. .hit, which :got away latter, and when recovered to .Grimes; covering the'bag 'and Sfiazled -again. Cooper; -lifted 'a smash "high into Jeft.., .The suit was pair'oCwindows, 'had-difficiJ.ty'Is fol- lowing- its ibut.; with a mighty-; effort scabbed v, the ball; with. wone the air and getting it .again in That' put the three out, and the vis- itors scored i A OR TWO. Olson's great., catch, in the sixth was- the "last night's per- formance, no' Mackin pulled off a commendable stunt -which .required quick thought and action. In fourth with Holmes occupying first, Thompson shot'.a line drive at wHch _ Johnny easily bet dropped j allow a double 'Holmes, was ,forced at second and Thompson was doubled at Mackin'to Chick to O'Hayer. of Chick was a feature. He had a double, a triple and. a sin- gle. Lynch, .Dudley, O'Hayer and Grimes got two hits apiece. Lethfaridge 'AB PO. A E Olson, If'.'........ 4 0 -0, 3 ,0 '0 Head, 3b 5 Q 1 r 1.0 Chick, ss 5 2 3 T 5 0 Lynch, c.......... 5 0-2 41 0 D.udley, cf___.... 42 2 2 0.0 4 2 2 12 0 0 Ward, 20 0 1 0 0 Mackin, 2b 3 012 5 0 Grimes, p......... 4 0 2 3 1 BONEPILERS LOST SECOND TO CALGARY "Calgary, July Bonepilers lost tonight's game to Calgary on. a loose fraj, score 9 to 2. Skeels twirled for Regina. and put np a good- article but support Gee- han pitched the poorest game ha-s, oeen. season, walkmy eight men. Paddock- ibagged another home run and a three- sacker. Duaback did some great field work, -finding everything sight applauded times by the lans Calgary........200 034 000 200 Geehan and and McIotoslL Game in-the 8th 36 6 13 27 15 1 Brandon AS R H PO A E MeDonough, cf-rf 4 0 1 0 00 O'Brien, ss 4 0 1 Holmes, 2b 402210 ...___ 31161 .0 Thompson, Ib..... 4 0 0 9 0 0 Cooper, c-rf 4 1 1 5 1 0 Sullivan, H 4 0 1 1 0 0 Sorleshe, 3b 3 0 0 1 1-0 Heinrich, p 1 Thelen, p 2 00030 0 1 0 1 0 33 2 3 24 9 2 RHE Brandon .00001100 S 2 Leth. 02210010 6 13 1 Batteries: Heinrich and Schultz and Thelen and Cooper; Grimes and Lynch Summary Earned runs, Brandon 1, Lethbridge 5 three-base hits, Chick, Sullivan bases on balls, Heinrich 2 1; left on bases, Brandon 6, Lethbridge 10 r; hits oS Heinrich, 2 in 2 1.3 innings two-base hits, O'Brien. Chick, Dudley, Cooper, Shultz struck out by Heinrich 2, Thelen 6, Grimes 4. Umpire Houston. Time 1.45. Attendance 400. Score by Inuings: FOOTBALL PLAYER Gets Fighting Fever and Box Johnson Cambridge, Mass., July M. V. Long, substitute center on the Har- vard "Varsity eleven last fall, and one of the best developed men the college has had for years, has the p.ugilistic fever. He wants to meet Jack John- son in a squared circle and thinks he can wrest'fthe title from the world's champion. Long is nearly as big as Johnson and always has been in perfect shape, due in part, he claims, to his scientific se- lection of which costs him not more than week. Long "I can box a little and jhave done so, both before and after ,'coming to Harvard. I should like to Wants To meet Johnson, pugilistically speaking. even more, I should take pleasure in defeating him." .1, .1, ,2. ,1, .2. 4- REGINA ON MONDAY According to the schedule Regina plays here for a series of three games, starting on Monday. We will -take great pleasure in routing Roxy Wal- ter's brigade. MAROONS WALLOPED MEDICINE HAT Hat, July 14 In second game tonight the Maroons walloped Medicine Hat by 11 to 6 The locals Wilson from the boT in the nrst Speiser kept: the hits fairly well scattered after he warmed up Clafm was batted hard in (bunch- es He has been recalled by Spokane and leaves lor the coast tonight- Winnipeg 250 401 12 3 Medicine Hat 320 000 6 11 3 Batteries Wilson Sp-eisei and .Clafih and" -'Wheeler.. __ AT EDMONTON Bdmonton, "July -.was -no ball-.game-'here night1'on: account1 of sain, i. THE STANDINGS WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Calgary Brandon JM.'edicine .Hat ttegina. Winnipeg Moose Jaw Won Lost P. C 5 0 1.000 5 3 .1100.0 .750 '.400 .400 ;.200 200 .000. Chicago New York Pittsburg. Cincinnati FMladelphia Brooklyn NATIONAL "Won Lost PXI 45 28r .616 42 29 ,592 37 :32 ;536 39 36 35 33 32 Boston 30 37 40, 43 48 .520 ;486 .452 .427 .385 AMERICAN Won-Lost P.C. Philadelphia 51 23 .689 New York 44 30 .595 Boston 44 32 .579 Detroit............43 35 .551 Cleveland 32 37" .464 Chicago 31 43 .419 Washington 29 46 .387 St Louis........ 22 50 .306 CITY FOOTBALL LEAGUE STANDING The following shows the standing of the respective, teams in the city football league to date, July 16th. P W H D F A PTS. Callies S. O. E. Westminster Britania A- O. F. Y. M. C. A, 0 27 3 14 0 27 6 12 0 14 22 6 2 7 16 4 1 5 20 3 1 9 20 3 Football Notes football on the square the A. O. P. won out over the Y. M. C. A. scratch- ed team iby a score of Referee MacBowall, though devoid of whistle, kept the teams fairly well in hand by his stentorian tones. The S. 0. E. and the Britts foot- ball .teams will play friendly match on Monday evening on the square at 6.45. The S. 0. E. team: Mclntyre, Standing and Sarell; Cbuldwell, Hol- berton. and Firth; Chiswiclt. Faunch, Farmer, Hawkins and Joyce.