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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Brief ind Breezy ..Tyrus Raymond Cobb is the first ma- jor league player to drive out 100 safe hits this season; The ceatury bingle came in a recent game with the Naps: Then for good measure he shot out -artother safe one, boosting his total .to 101. He has been at bat 273 times, "Which efvAe him a n ._ _ Mons. L, Lajoie continues to top the dandy Detroitor tor the bingiing hon- ors. The Frenchman's notch is over .400. Lajoie will likely reach the 100 mark second, as he owns ninety-seven. Cobb has a big edge on his rival in run getting and stolen bases. In these departments it is: Oobb, 54; Lajoie, 31; stolen bases, Cobb 37- La- joie, 11. The Cubs will be without the ser- vices of Shortstop .Tinker for at ten .days as a result of being injured in a gaine with the Pirates. "Johnny Miller Injured himself in the practice Before Tuesday's Pittsburg-Chicago will be a cripple for a week. First Game of the Minto Cup Series Won by th< Defenders Rough Work in Evidence by Challengers Toward Finish 10 to 4 JMSEBALL SCORES! J NATIONAL At .A Chicago Brooklyn Second Chicago Brooklyn......- .._ At Cincinnati .r. New At St St Louis Philadelphia At Washington- Washington.......... -UetroJt ASSOCIATION Saturday At Toledo- Toledo St. -Paul At Columbus At Indianapolis......... Kansas City At 690 0 2 4 790 4 S 3 0 6 1 o 10 0 395 B. :C., J.uty The Royal City easily defeated the Montreal lacrosse team ten' tp four in the .'first', of the Minto Cup series. Premier McBride faced the ball after a .speech. The; Royals took the ball at the face-off and Gordon all' but scored, within, the. first.minute. The ball then switched to the other ead, but the Montreal hoine stopped dead when they, came against the heavier Royal defence" and the ball again returned to "the easterners' goal and then- Pat Feeney secured the first for Westminster. The Montreal home got. busy.and exciting play fol- lowed. Galbraith passed to Roberts who, however, missed and the ball again went to Montreal's 'end, but again returned when skirmish- ing for att to Dade in front of the goal.. Gray rushed to check Dade, who scored before Fry could touch him. Hpgan, Scott and Roberts showed excellent form, but Roberts' shooting was wild. The Montreal most vigor- ous. Frank Hogan scored after the quarter whistle blew, but the goal was not allowed. Spring took the 5 11 Milwaukee Sunday At Toledo...... Minneapolis Second Toledo. '..-1 Minneapolis At Columibus St. Paul Second Columbus St. Paul Louisville-Kansas City, rain. At Indianapolis Milwaukee.......... Indianapolis............ Milwaukee 7 11 a 5 3 11. "l 7 3 3- next two and Turnbull the fourth for Westminster. Montreal nearly Scott 'and Roberts scoring m succession, but Spring scor- ed the eighth goal before half time. Royals 5, Montreal Dade scored for Montreal and 'this, was the last score for the easterners. The Royals scored five in the last Ren- nie, Turnbull, Wintemute, Rennieaud Spring contributing. Penalties were banded out in this stage of the game, Rennie boring in, was -downed with a crack 'on the, head from who drew ten minutes vacation. Hamil- ton fell with no one hear and was" replaced by Kane. .The latter dislo- cated his shoulder, which will put him out of the game for the irest of the series. drew ten minutes on the fence, Feeney' having gone down in the thirxl quarter, and ifrbm this on the game was rough, the Montrealers offending. Kane and Scott drew, five minutes each on, Hhe' fence again and Finlayson being ruled off at, this stage, .the challenge three short at time. Thereafter the game became percep- tibly rougher. Medicine Hat Quits Western Canada League Medicine'Hat dub has Eckstorm his clufr has decided to drop out.of .13ie Western Can- ada League. Of course this resignation baa. necessarily 'been accepted. immediately sent word to'SasJcatoon offer- -the franchise. At .going to press .with this; page no word had .been .received from Saskatoon answer. Aviaeeting of the League ihas; -been catlled at Calgary on the flHNRICH DID I Famous Brandon twirler Pidld Miners Out of First Place-Fast Game Until the Eighth Heinrich Pinches Oriet Good Heinrich wis there. Hetorioh wa OTHER____ GAMES Wit, there with everything. Heinrich wa 'the big noise in fact "The German came to his Saturday's even the park and took good and sufficient revenge on toe. loca treat ed him to the previous evening Not because Heiny and his pals kept down the Miners' score. runs, are we to believe that the visitors were'not an argument, considering that S2? that dl Heiny, -chat .Three the bases filled and, three times did, terrible, southpaw tion and come out on ,t the sixth, seventh and. eigntn. that Onet failed to. then, aided .touch him. third on YOU CANNOT I EXPECT GOOD LUCK your.fishingor shooting u.hare the right tackle, th guns and ammunition. They all right THE: WALL TENT and we supply; anything for we come and tell u. what It The Lei Sporting Goods DUrthir to. get him .leading Off secorid. f 1033 412 RAH km was hit in hi- i left. 4rove out and the second, run. BRILLIANT FOUR -INNINGS WILLIE LEWIS EV EIS CHAKAGTERISTiC FIGHTING POSE. BURiLESQUE AT CALGARY Calgary, July Cow'punch- ers won six games in succession. To, 'burlesque-could hardly caEed a gaine tout .seemed like be with finish for the -...luia J.UJT visitors. Gilchrist, Walters, Collins xnn J T A4-_i_" _ 'box for Re- gina-and...each was .batted all over the lot. In the eighth fourteen runs were piled up fty Calgary, wJii-h .broke., the. league for those Miners, sixth the sua Bothered. van in left high: fly., Lynch; then.- ley and O'Hayer were, easy Ollte, but Oriet a; pass-. Bases, full Mackin retired .the side on. a. fiv to 'ho TH-T. AN RUGBY.- AGAIN BEAT ENGLISHMEN Were in See- .Sydney" at heavy defeauwas portion in' erday's Aiisfeaiasia. The score was the played- an "A TERRIBLE, EIGHTH Then came that awful upheaval in the eighth, which netted the visitors f T Tuns- The test we could come back with half of that innings tally by O'Hayer. Iu tJe couple or blanks were regis- raeuve to Australians are pleased have adapted themselves In f from of .to those of the Northern ;TJnion.' .The game is undoubtedly J needs- a man in better itrainlnk- _' ORIET his the Sftv_ enth.cbrougii.the indecision rich, Thompson .and Holniesi. who fail V to decide, in time which one' "to take a pop fly. Holmes ajj local line- His style and what he accompi lished in the game Saturday evening made a hit with: His show! two rcn, 0 5 6 .3 13 1 2 6 10 5 10 EASTERN At .4-UJ. j .T -tiUJLlIieS inning. was the entually went- after it but' an" erroi total number .of: loeals lUie resttlt and Pieh- was. safe Af' is also a record score made -ter Olson out, prettv i" any Canada League same. Manning twined good .bail. A good crowd was 'present -Mannin- banged out a home run. Numerous" other things 'happened.' Tie score was to 3 for Calgary. 27 20 2 3 7 10 oi 'EDMONTON TOOK TWO PROM'ROBIN HOODS Edmonton, July 16. Edmonton won games from Moose Jawto- The afternoon., contest should have gone to the visitors, but Trip- lett's errors at second were, very costly. He played like a drunken sail or. The evening game was fast' Hickey, Edmonton's southpaw, was faced by only 18 men in. the first six y JJ-IL. a. single to left. Chick Bases rull for the second time during-the performance, but to'no Advantage a- -yncu flew to left and men were held on the bases, after which Dudley fan- ned out, putting the side out without a score. In the eighth O'Hayer and Onet got away with a couple scratch hits and Mackin got a-walk. Base- again filled., and nobodyVdown put a sacrifice fly inleft and O'Hayer soared another. Mackin lead off first" and was caught between the bases ant xus run down. Olsoh killed the chancel showing at right has been faultless o, another score by .'being fanned. thouSh not brilliant, 'and he is there one stolen base and no errors. HITS EQUAL An equal number of "hits were made off each pitcher. The eight 'off Pieh came, at .more opportune times than the same number the" favorites .got off Heiny. The himself made three of. them, and they Tvere all clean binglesl.- Chick carried off the batting honors for the home: club. He stung the ball on the twice good and hard. CHICK .IN EIGHT With Oriet supplanting: Chick. VSL short, the latter -took Card's place in right. ,the Scoring code.. unuer it, aim. uuc em Union rules are admitted here; ko make a fester This of the fact -that :the; tackling jn fessional. games .is and gressive than in the amateur player. There has been- no more -consistent on 'the team -than': Ward. His H PO A innings The Champion Welterweight of the World Afternoon Game ,7-7 2 At Jersey City- Jersey City............ 10 10 Baltimore 4 7 Second Jersey City 0 5 Baltimore o c a 0 If Local Sport Notes IN QUEEN (games here to-night. .Edmonton Moose Jaw 5 Evening Game Edmonton 4. Moose Jaw i R. H. E. i i JJ.D J.O locals were strong contenders a hit about as often as most of tor the game until the eighth Paeh-weakened -terribly principally through discouraging mfeplays. that awful round seven Angels flit- tered across the plate and our hopes were vanquished. It happened thus- Jy: O'BrieiL got a charity and coaxed a throw from Lynch, which, going low, allowed O'Brien to take second 1 Holmes bunted, Lynch tried j itt. to Cut 8. off O'Brien at thirdrithe throw beat- ing O'Brien, .made k an easy out but 5 1 Brandon AE McDonough. rf___ 4 O'Bnen. ss 3 Holmes, 2b 5 Schufe, cf '..'.___' 4 Thompson, lb..... 4 Cooper, c 4 Sullivan, If 4 Borleske, 3b 4 Heinrich, p 4 Complete Pfaris for 'Another Meeting on Labor Day. San Francisco, July. Police on Field Twice While Toronto Won From Tecumsehs To-morrow evening the Callies, who have been resting up for some time, again appear upon the field to clash with the A.O.P. team in another league fixture, F. C. Abbot will ref- eree. i i ine best clubs sell more of Buchanan's BLACK WHITE Tnanofifl other Scotch Whiskies combined 32S Toronto, July' 'N. L. U game was marked .by dirty work on both sides. The Torontos defeated the Tecumsehs on .the former's grounds. The '.police twice invaded the field and took players' names for The Tecumsehs started off like winners outplaying the To- rontos in the early stages. The score has 3 to 1 in their favor at quarter time.. At half time the score was 4 to 2. The Tecumsehs Wm be Wel1 after at [tired badly in the third the To- trainilis