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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta ib se Tin Lettbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, July iBASEBALL SCORES! ASSOCIATION At E. H. E. Indianapolis 292 .Milwaukee 122 At Columbus- Columbus......................... 7 11 6 .St. Paul 3 11 2 At Toledo- Toledo 151 Minneapolis 4 12 2 At game- Louisville 3 6 .Kaasas City 6 10 Second iLouisville........................ 3 7 Kansas-City 4 11 NORTHWESTERN At Spokane 6 10 Vancouver 3 7 At Tacoma S 11 Seattle..............'....... 4 6 NATIONAL At Pittsburg 5 13 Boston............................ 4 10 At 3 11 Brooklyn 4 B At St. :St. Louis 2 9 {Philadelphia..................... 0 5 Cincinnati- Cincinnati 4 14 New York 6 f 8 AMERICAN New 5NTew York 5 10 St. Louis 1 1 4 5 Chicago 0 6 At Washington 12 Cleveland.................. 0 4 Second "Washington............. 2 Cleveland ..........v............. 5 At game- Boston 5 Detroit Second game- Boston..................'.......... Detroit 2 EASTERN At Toronto- Toronto 8 .Jersey City At 8 '.Newark 0 At 2 .'Baltimore 5 At "Buffalo 0 3 Providence 1 4 7 2 7 1 0 0 12 A VERY BAD FOURTH Proved the Downfall of the Local Nine Last Night Donovan's Three Bagger, Errors and Questionable Umpiring Did-ft OTHER W. C. L, GAMES Shakespeare or Dave Elton or some other old liead got oS a good one when he said "the-smallest worm will turn, being trodden on." Conceding that to be right, it isn't often that the "woim" gives such an energetic flop like the Bonepilers did last night when Joe Lynch and his savage- braves were intent upon crushing them to the earth, for Roxy Walters and his crew turned over in the fourth spasm, crashed through our defence, broke things up in. general and won the game by six runs, which; added to one in the third, made the total score read 7-5 ia their favor conclusion. This sad event happened notwith- standing a. strengthened line-up. We had the best outfielder in the league scouting for us in left: Zimmerman, late oE the not altogether broken but badly bent Mad- Hatters. Zim. has signed a contract with the Miners and in the future will be seen with the pick and shovel brigade.- He didn't have any chances in the out- field last night, but at the swatting station he bingled safely the first time up. The Miners with the score ia their favor, two to one, simply made a present of the game to the Bonepil- ers in the fourth, by a streak of rum1 dum work. The visitors hit the ball some, too, but it didn't do any more to turn .the tide of victory against the locals any more than Umpire Longeuecker's failure to call 'strikes ning and tallied three. O'Hayer safe on Collins1 muff of thrown ball. Ward four balls. Oriet flew out. Grimes then crashed one to right field fence, bringing in O'Hayer and Ward. Grimes scored on Olson's fly. Head followed with a single, hut was caught stealing second. All off. The game went for two more rounds with neither side doing anything ia the scoring column, and then the game was called on account of dark- ness. NOT TOO DARK It was not at all too dark to have played another innings, is the general opinion of spectators and players alike. Umpire Longenecker called the game Monday evening un- der jfche same conditions, so the teams are about square, but the spectators are not getting a run for their mon- ey. The darkness is supposed to be caused by smoke from the forest i fires in B.C. OLSON IN CENTRE Olson was shifted to centre and Dudley to second base, while Johnny Mackin rested his bad ankle on the bench, with the advent of Zimmer- man in left. MAD HATTERS NEARLY BROKE THE SPELL MedieiEe Hat, July By a bat- ting rally in the eighth and ninth inn- ings, Medicine Hat nearly broke its streak of bad luck and copped out a win after zhe Robin Hoods had the won -but the hit necessary to do the 'business did not come off; Si Bennet is now managing the Hat team. Medicine' Hat 000000013 4-9-2 Moose Jaw 011100030 6-12-1 Batteries: Samuels and Bliss; Gordon and Davidson. Umpire Hus- ton. WINNIPEG GAVE CALGARY A GOOD GAME Kegina Gurney, 3d b Donovan, r f Leteher, c f Collins. 1st b AB ..3 ..4 ..4 ..3 Hoffman, 2d b -2 Mclntoaa, c 2 Daslhbacb., l f 2 when Grimes fairly cut the plate in. THE STANDINGS WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P. C uaigary o I.QOO Lethbridge 6 2 .750 Edmonton 6 -2 .750 -Brandon 4 4 .500 Medicine Hat 2 5 .286 Winnipeg 2 fi .250 Kegina 2 6 .250 Moose Jaw 1 6 .14 -STANDINGS OF THE FOUR BIG .LEAGUES. National League. -'Chicago ............49___28___636 New York..........44___33___571 Philadelphia........36___39___480 Boston .............31___41___431 Brooklyn...........33___44___423 American League. Philadelphia........53___24___688 -Boston .............47___32-----595 New- York..........46... .32___590 -Detroit.............44....37___543 Cleveland ..........33___39___458 Chicago............31___46-----403 Washington........30___47___390 Louis....... American Association. -Minneapolis........62___33. ;St Paul............54-..-38. 'Toledo .............52....38. Kansas City........42___44. Columbus..........39___47. .Milwaukee..........39___49. .Indianapolis........36___55, .Louisville ..........34___54. Eastern JMewark Rochester Toronto 'League. ..54....31. ..41....32. ..41....37. Baltimore..........43. ..653 ..587 ..578 ..48S ..453 ..432 ..396 .-386 ...552 ...526 !..524 Providence.........36----39___4SO Buffalo.............35....42.....455 -Jersey City........35----45-----438 OPEN BETTING. wm Tracks Be Barred If Chicago Reopen Next Month. Chicago, HI., open -bat- ting will ever be attempted on a race track in the'state of Illinois, or around according to Jo'hn Condoa, owner of Harlem raoe track. Howev- er, the blind turfman is of the opin- ion that eventually the paTUmtrtuel machines will be the -talvatioa of the sport throughout t-he icountry. half. THE FATAL FOURTH In the visitors' half of the fourth Hoffman should have been easily re- tired, but Dudley fumbled his ground- er and let him reach first in safety.. Head allowed Dashbach to make thelUMck- gl'acle1 to the initial in the same way, witile Hoffman took second. Grimes then located Walters' slats and he walked. then received a -pass when Longenecker should have called him out on strikes, for' ivhicb the umpire was roundly j nit. This forced Hoffman in as the bases were full. Donovan then clean- ed the bases. He stung one on the bugle to right, high over Chick's head, which gave the latter the op- portunity of his career to win a solid home in this ancient berg, but it was too hard, and although he stabbed it he was unable to gather the ball in, and Donovan, flew around to third, Dashbach, Walters and Sage waltzed across the home plate. Letcher followed with a high fly between second and while Dudley and Olson pulled off that fam- ous act, "After you my dear Al- you take it and during the comedy the ball drop- ped between them, Donovan scoring and Letcher skating around' to sec- ond. Collins next hit over short, bringing in Letcher. Hoffman then ;ot out, and that fatal half closed. WE GOT THREE PO 2 1 3 4 1 l" 1 1 Calgary, July best game of second division was slammed off on the lot to-night Wihen Calgary beat Winnipeg by 6 to 3. Speiser pitched a good game but had poor support Geehan whirled for the locals. Up to the fifth nobody was fanned. Calgary did not get a hit off "Speiser until the. No features except a- double which Calgary pulled off. 'Stanley caught a fly tip off Edmonds: and got It to second in time to catch; Krueger in the third. Calgary 110 010 Winnipeg 100 009 and -Stanley; Speiser and Edmonds. BiRANDO'N LANDED HARD ON DELLAR We came right back in the same in- 24 Lethbridge AB Olson, c. f.....3 Head, 3d -b___2 r f Zimmerman, 113 Dudley. 2d b ..3 O'Hayer, 1st b .3 Ward, c......I Oriet, s s .....2 Grimes. ,p ......2 niackin.....1 .......1 7 .6 1? 2 R 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0. 0 PO 1 0 .3 0 1, 6 7 0 0 0 0 Edmonton, July got to Dellar tonight for thirteen bits... which -couDled with a bunch of errors was sufficient to win the game by a score of II to 3. Grayson held lo- cals safe with only eight well scatter- ed hits. His slow pitching-was very effective. O'Brien at shortstop for the visitors was star of the game, fie mad.d a. sensational one-Jianded catch back af second and a wonder- fill pick up. Brandon 6ii 300 Edmonton 010 000 3-96 Grayson and Cooper; Dellar and Lussi. Wbeelen. 5 8 IS batted Ward in 6tih. batted for Grimes in 6th. By Innings: R-egina Jjetbbridge ..............200, Game runs: Regina, 2 Lethbridge. 3. Three -base Donovan, Grimes. Two ibase Donovan, Sacrifice hit: Mc- Intosh. .Sacrifice fly: Olson. Stol--j en bases: Gurney, Head, Chick. Struck out: By Sage, 3 (Zimmerman, Dudley, by Grimes, 6 {Gurney, Mclfitosii 2, Sage 2, Dasft- Bases on balls: Off Sage, 3; off Grimes, 3. Hit by pitcher: Gurney, Walters. Double play: Sage to Gurney. Left on 'bases: Re- gina, Lethbridge, 5. Time: 1.45. Attendance, 350. Umpire: Longe- local Sport Notes j To-morrow night there will be play ed .the next match in the city foot- ed the nest match in the city foot- ball league. This time it is the Y. M.C.A. vs. the Britts, A well known referee will be on the firing line, A. J.' Jones.. The following players are from which the'.Y.M.C.A. team -be chosen Collier, Collier, Eas- (tdff, Brown, Shaw, Mullen, Ingle, I Hopkins, Schofield, Wrigglesworth, hits: !McKay and can question the right of the Third Ward to send John Arthur Johnson, by far the superior of them 'both, and of many others who have bad seats in Chicago's common says .the editorial. PARKERSBURG Will See Barney Oldfield and His Fast Racing Car. The team for the Calgary and High River matches will be picked from the following Lloyd Cook, A. Mc- Corvie, S. McNeil, T? Gow, Simp- son, ]VL McGreevy, J. Halward, D. McNab, D. Robson, M. Bailey, A. B. Cook, R. McKay, Moe, E. Cook. Parkersburg, W. Va., July ney Oldfield, who holds every world's automobile record from one to fifty miles, except the mark for 10 and 25 miles, will appear in Parkersburg, on July 21, where at the Shattuck Park Course, he wiij attempt to lower the half-mile mark. The track is con- sidered one of the fastest in the coun try, and experts predict that Oldfield will be successful in his effort. will drive his famous 200 horse-power Benz racer, the fastest car in the world: Ben Kerscher, the "Flying Dutch- is another racer of interna- tional fame who will appear here in -the race meetield under the auspices of the Automobile Club, which prom- ises to be one of the greatest events of the kind ever attempted West Virginia. "IRISH LAD" DEAD Claresfcolm, July Lad" Only a few months ago i the well known racehorse died here in Baltimore, when the negroes met In a negro club, Langford took off his coat, and offered to whip Johnson on the spot. UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block to-day. He was formerly the property of R. Dooley, of the Palace Livery Barn in Claresholm, but latterly Messre. Watt and McDonald owned him in partnership. He was bred on the Stewart Ranch near here. He was always a fast horse, ibut pneu- monia contracted at Cranbrook three years ago seemed to do him perman- ent injury. His first win was at Macleod as a two year old, where he smothered a large field" for the Al- berta Provincial Stake. Last year he was Just beaten at Calgary for the Derby by Llaudaff, it being the horse's first race of a mile. He won many races at Cranbrook, Granum, Macleod Claresholm, Blairmore and elsewhere. He was sired by Horton out of Tril- by 'by Baronet. He had been sickly since running at Macleod on 23rd of June. GIVEN AWAY Saturday, July 23 at 9 a.m. promises to be a day "be forgotten in Lethbridge. From the roof of the well known fur- o nishing store. CORNELL TRAVIS, LETHBRIDGE It will be thrown by Parrot. Come see the f iin. HGHT PICTURES Shown in Private View With Jack Johnson as Guest of Honor. Nev York, July. private view of the moving pictures of "the recent prize -fight was given this afternoon at the, VitagrapOi Company's, factory in Flatbush, for the particular bene- fit of John Arthur Jobnsonj who had an acute interest in that en- counter. X-. Johnson was received in state he arrived in his seventy-five horse-- power automobile, .with and Sig Comisksy and Sig Hart.-, v After ibeing shown through.- tie plant, the party, followed, by con- siderable crowd, wMch had edged in- to' Iii spice- of to limit -the attendance to officers of the company, and the Johnson, party, went to a room in the (basement wtere. tine pictures were exhibited. V' Under the conditions of its propos- ed contract for the New iTork rights! to exhibit the pictures, the company is bound not to "give any public exhibi- tlon of "them. there, was a careful weeding :out ofvthe audience before. -Che films were thrown on line screen. Johnson leaned his big. body for- ward with a grunt of satisfaction When.the pictures flashed on the screen. Before .first --round'.was half over -he was keeping up a canning monologue. "Tttat's kg to me WOUld .exclaim with a reminiscent grunt when the white man's fist struck against his face, "But that didn't even jar -he added as the Rest was pictured, caught -his own expression as he was chaffing with Corbett across '-the ropes, and recalled the words both of them ilseav All through the exhibition he ex- plained the tactical importance" "of ;each blow and ithe great amount of force each of them His hearers were 'astonished to find that many of the -blows which looked fierc- est were recognized by the big fight- er as mere "love and others, which seemed to lack power, hafi mighty factors in the result; of the battle. After the moving pictures were shown "selections from the individual pictures of. the last round were thrown on the screen one by one. These Interested Johnson even more, as tbey gave Mm an opportunity to an- alyze the situation at leisure and to study on the face of Jeffries .the ex- pressions which followed each, the final pounding. "I never saw better John- son said, when it was all over. "I've sold my rights in them, but they are certainly like living that -fight over again." From Being Hit in the Eye by Base- ball. El Reno, Okla., July Forney, for several. years an umpire in the .Texas, Western and Three Eye leagues and .the 'Western Association, here last night paralysis, caused from an injury received :by -be- ing hit on the left eye iby a tall while umpiring a game several weeks ago. He was a resident of Springfield, Mo., and ihis brother. Joseph Forney, will come from- Springfield to take the there for bttrial. JEFF'S COUSIN Thinks the Big Fellow Was Doped at Reno. Springfield, 0., July T. Kist- ler, of this city, a cousin of James J. Jeffries, who was one of his training camp party, arrived home from Reno 'to-day, and he declares thai he nev- er saw such a change come over a man as came over Jeff the last two days before the fight He states that when Jim entered the ring his muscles were soft, while 48 nours before they were as hard as steel. .Kistler is of the opinion that Jeff was doped. Infielder Abbaticohio, late of Pitts- burg, has joined the Boston Doves, the Boston club having entered claim I for him. ;