Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
the Lcthbrldge Dally Herald. Friday, July BRI1TAN1AS AND1M.CA. Played a Featureless Tie Last Night on the Square Evenly matched in point of weight, thirsting for each other's scalp, the Y. M. C. A. eleven tied with the last evening in another league scrimmage. As usual, the game was late in starting, forty-five "minutes later 'than scheduled, and consequently but thirty minutes a half were allowed. At no.Stage was the garno rapist A 'with anything that could be termed a classy exhibition. It was just place football all ibhrough, sand din't aspire ito anything like soc- cer cup final style. The oomJbmatuon of the Y. M.'s was more accurate and effective Che first naif -than'that of the These heavy kickers, now- ever, made good .their end of the play" by .their long" drives and quick follow ujj system. To them fell the honor of scoring first. Fifteen minutes af-' ter tiie start, their -forward line chas- !ed up -on a hard earned lead and fol-. tawing some skillful manoeuvring in .'goal territory Bertraia shoved in a foot one, and gave the Bi-itts a lead. Seeing their glorious hopes of vic- tory fast fading away; the Y.M.'s op- ened up in proper style, and made things ..look -likely (but -their forward line failed to follow up and passes in -front of goal were nabbed -by the Britts defence and punted out for a long drive towards centre. However, 'about five minutes be- fore half-time the Y. M. C. A.'s stren- uous efforts "were rewarded, when. after the ball had ibeert lifted over the Britts' half back line, Hopkins over a well placed "one that ''collided -with McKay's foot as he pull- ed off an excellent shot and scored. The second half opened" with the boys in green pressing heavily. The Britts defence, however, proved im-, penetrable, and there was nothing do- ,ing between -the posts. About the of -the last half the Britts 'broke away with a series .of fine rushes and- made things look danger- .-ous. Y. M.'s -defence, however.-. was there with the -blocking tackle, and what the full .backs failed to ac- count for, Collier engulfed in his maw and -Jie s -renade. His perfo'ii.auce was also duplicat- ed .by McDowall and he got on those hot grounders was quite interesting The Britts follow- ed Tvitli a head-ou Nothing do- ing. TJUe; return was inarked by lier, who rushed, Out ur.4e a en This, warjn taken, was pounced upon 'by the Y. M. forward taken for a holiday excursion tout to no effect. Til us, the feirove hard in 'the second for a lead, tbey were -doomed to a and full time whis- 41e still heralded the score Following were the line-ups: Y. M. C. A. Collier ingles Kaston McHugh Mullen Brown Hopkins .Wilson McKay Schofield Sohmi-dt Referee: Goal- Backs Half backs Forwards Britts. McDowall Kane Pearson Bertram Walker McMullan Fleming Kennedy Wright Cox Perkins SPORTS AND PASTIMES A. J. Joner. GROUCH GONE. And Jeff May Fight Again If Fishing Is Good. Los Angeles, Cal., July spec- ial dispatch received by a local paper quotes Jim Jeffries as toeing favor- able eto entering the ring again for a fight with Jack Johnson, in hopes of winning back the title. Jeffries and of fcis friends are fishing at Av- alon, Cal. Jiin has thrown off bis grouch, and, according to the tele- graphic advices, is in a kidding humor and talks freely. "I am fishing said Jim, "and I don't want anyone to toother me. My friends want me to fight Johnson j OTHER W. C. L. GAMES CALGARY LOSES ITS FIRST GAME Brandon, July took the game from Calgary tonight by playing good ball. .Thelea was -taken out of the 'box in the sixth and Bor- -then finished the game with good dope which, woii the game. Gaddy pitched ifor Calgary until the fourth when Standridge went in. The ga mewas featureless. The An- by good hitting and snappy fielding. again, and I -would like to please them j Brandon ___. .1Q1 020 7 1 ibut I cannot say anything-definite Calgary .000.021 7 3 at present. When I get home and see how I feel I will talk more aftout the matter. If I can catch one of these -big fish swimming around "ihere I am liable to take on anyone." LOCAL LACROSSE TEAM PULLED INTO THE LEAD AT THE FINISH Batteries: Tthelen, Borleske and Cooper; Gaddy, Standridge and 'Flan- nagan. Last evening's exhibition game of lacrosse .between Taiber and Leth- bridge, was, as might be guessed from the score, a fairly good one. It was a 'Case of tit-for-tat right to the -finish, 'with Lethbridge leading until ten min- utes before time. At that juncture evened up, and it was only in the nick' of time that Lethbridge shov- ed in their lucky number, the, sev- lenth, that -caused the sheet to read in favor of the senior league aspirants. Taber scored 'first, 'but after five j minutes play Lethbridge tied them on a hot drive. Then 'the boys, in took the lead by shoving in num- ber two -shortly after the restart. The game became fast and furious. The field proved altogether too small j to contain the ferocity of every stick [handler. The iball Hew to every corner of the field in turn, and the way the spectators pulled "off the harn dance 'before the onslaught of the two opposing players rushing upon ithe rubber was decidedly amusing. Half-time score stood nipped in the -bud and finally using a piece of loose combination, evened up. Thus did "the programme, proceed to the end. The face off, followed toy a rush, some 'body check- ing and slasMng, a series of passes, a shot and. .then a goal, constituted the remainder of the scene in order of occurrence. The game was concluded in the glimmering shadows of the Western twilight, until it was almost impossi- ble to see'the nets, .and the referee's cry of "Gaine called" was welcomed by all. Following were the line-ups: Fraser, goal; Gow, point; Simpson, cover point; E.'Mc- Neil, 1st defence: C. Devine, 2d de- fence; T.-McNeil, 3d M. Mc- Greevy, centre; Hal ward, ,Sd home; M-cNa'b, 2d- home; McCorvie, 1st home; Sinclair, outside .home; Bailey, inside home. Lapunleach, W. MAROONS LOST A CLOSE GAME Edmonton, July allowed the Maroons only three scratch hits tonight winning., -one to nothing. Wil- son pitched good iball, tout in the 3rd Deliar hit him for t 3-sacker and came in on Mill's sacrifice, scor- ing the. only run of a good game. There was very little to feature the game except sharp fielding. Winnipeg ..I. .000 000 3 0 h'dmonton .....010 000 6 1 Batteries: Wilson and Anderson; Deliar and Spencer. NOTHING DOING AT HAT No report has been received of a game foeing played terday. at the Hat yes- LEAGUE STANDING "Won Lost Kdmonton Lethbridge Brandon Moose Jaw Saskatoon Regina .500 ROBIN HOODS WON FIRST GAME OF SERIES -Miner's Had it in Their Grasp and Then Lost Out After securing a strangle hold oa last night's game at ther park the Miners let it escape from their grasp and finally lost out. It was a sad and dishearten lose to the fans and we needed the game It was the opening game of the the Moose Jaw series and the Rob- ins looked like easy money and so they should have been, but our fel- lows "were not there with the neces- sary clout at the rigjht moment, while the visitors were. The hitting of the Miners was extremely weak. Siaithsoa, the opposing rapid fire artist, was displaying no exceptional skill on the mound, but.still he was i master of the .best of our swatsmen. j It seemed as if the veriest dubb have proven effective., if pitted against them. Lezie did the slab work for the lo- cal nine. His showing was inclined to be indifferent, but at that he seem ed capable ot landing the bacon un-_ til that hard luck sixth, when the Robins commenced to shoot him full of holes. Lez. hasn't been pitching I the ball that has won him a home in this town, and his reputation is on the wane, notwithstanding that he jhas won the majority of his games. Chop- got back to third salely after much ball tossing, then Lezie was caught between third and second and diet succeeded in whilst Lezie was being chased up and down. On. a play to get Oriet, Lezie took third. Head and Chick fanned the air putting the side out. VISITORS START SOMETHING In the sixth the visitors biffed the ball on the beak good and plenty to net them three runs. Irby beat out a bunt to Lezie. Crocker went out on a foul fly to Head, who made a good catch. Hurley singled to right, Chick fumbled and let Irby take third. Quigley came along with a sin- gle to centre and scored Irby. Bell was an easy out, but Hurley and Quigley advanced a base and then Eisey drove out a hummer to right- centre, bringing in Hurley and Quig- ley. Jones fanned. TWO MORE Head. made a good stop o! a hot grounder by Bliss, then threw wild to first, runner taking second. Ball should have been held, there was no chance to get the hitter. Smithson bunted the third strike and was out. Irby singled to Olson, whose fast fielding held Bliss at third. Crocker hit between short and third, bringing in. Bliss. Hurley grounded to Dudley and was thrown out, but Irby came in on the play. Quigley popped up a foul to Lynch. Two rims. COULDN'T DO ANYTHING The home club made no impression on the visitors' defence in the two last rounds and were easily retired. BIG CHARLIE SWAIN IS SOLD TO WASHINGTON A BRILLIANT CATCH v; In the eighth O'Hayer ibwde Hant Jones' foul fly Vcioiii' to the' bleachers. He; toolc 'the on the dead run; with his gloved hand. It was the best "catch seen around first, base this season. Moose Jaw AB R H PO Irby, If 22 0 Crocker, c f ...3 .0 2 0 i Hurley, 1st b ..4 1 1 Quigley, 2d b -.4 'Bell, s.s.......4 iSlsey, r f.....4 Jones, 3d b----4 j Bliss, c ___ i Smithson, Kp Lett-bridge Olson, c f Head, 3d 'b big leagues at -the close, of iJhe North- western, season, Jor Saturday even- ing before he left with, the Beavers for Seattle, Manager Brown announc- ed that lie liad sold'Charlie the Washington American ..league team for a -consideration of de-' livery at end the season. Brown 'has now sold Harry Gardin- er to Pittsburg Dick Breen to the Cincinnnati Reds for and. now Sjvain to Washington' for The leader, of the Canucks is mak- ing a -nice little, pile out of these sales, 'but he-has also spent'consid- erable coin of the realm in securing W. McAllister, centre; B. There will be a meeting of the City jto third and Zim. scored. Oriot was j-Xor Vancouver a real live team. The third quarter started with a i White, 3d home; H. W. Cook, 2d football executive to-night at j safe on Bell's fumble, while theoth-j Money is of no -consequence to the 'ball going into dangerous j iiorne: K. McDonald, 1st home; A. B. JS o'clock in the :Balmoral hotel. runners advanced a base. Lezie j and 'lie would rather -win this Cook, outside home: I. C. Moe, in- The S.O.E. football club will hold walked, forcing in Zim. Olson hit tp i Pennant tuan sell them alL -He lias YOU CANNOT V j; EXPECT GOOD LUCK in your or" shooting unless you have the right the -right guns and, ammunition. They'll, be all right i f you get them here. z SO WILL THE WALL TENT j ;and camp we.' supply., v If there's anything for sport we got come and tell us what it is. rusii, proximity to Lethbridge goal. But it counted nothing, and was soon tra- j side home. veiling in mid air -and in 'the other j Referee: 'Bish" Davis. Goal ref- direction. Attempted shots -were erees: J. McNeil and J. Murray. a practice to-morrow evening on the j centre, O'Hayer, and Oriet the anjTvay, .and as yet Barracks' grounds -at 6-30. All mem- j also in an attempt to gsi; in "was tnere -does not seem to be anything Lethbride Sporting Goods Go. bers requested, to be on hand. caught between horns and third. He that will stop him from copping it. PHONE 1032 412 SOUND We Told You So other store- sale will match our prices. There's 110 'confines'' for a 'Whirlwind' sale. The more others get in its way. the more they will he harmed. I! Did ye not hear it? No doubting the unusual this morning. Didn't take a philosopher or a Solomon to tell who's who in the Clothing Business. And why? irlwin MacLeod Bros, do-What They Say This sale has the cork principle in it; It's bound to rise on the crest of a'migiity cloth- ins: tide. Uppermost in the minds of the men of Lethbridge for 12 hours out of every day at least You can't stop the enthusiasm Suits for This in itself is enough to make every working man rejoice and forget he's married. Suits for Just cut to half-gives the poor man a chance to dress like the rich, while it furnishes the rich man another opportun- ity to practice that economy which has made him rich. No hard luck stories here-Just Whirlwind Values in Men's and Boys' Goods. Never equalled nor approached before in Lethbridge. We never outreach ourselves or ever get winded but on the level. Gee! Hear the whirlwind! Watch The Whirlwind Play Havoc With All Former Prices Nothing in the stock spared. Will mean a feast of plenty lor every man and boy in Southern Alberta. This is just exactly the course we have planned, and if We don't miss our guess the public will be very happy for the next few days. Hold Yoiir Horses; Here comes MacLeod's "Whirlwind" Every suit 'in Mac- Leod's store -at -exactly half price. Did you ever hear the like 'be-fore1? Whirlwind Values For To-morrow Don't be stung, you may have had a sad experience at some sales, you may be inclined to class this one in the same category. We told you it was a Whirlwind, a Whirlwind it is. By Gosh Uncle, what say you Bump Go The Prices on The Stock No Grand Stand Play No Fireworks No Elocution Here Stop Your Automobile; Get out of ithe DusJ Storm Take shelter from the high prices and stop at the sign of the 'Whirl- It's a warmer: get jiext to it like you do your underwear. MACLEOD BROS. WHIRLWIND SALE A WHIRLWIND All Men's Hats, 25 p.c. discount. ATORNADO All Shirts, 2o to 50 p.c. A CYCLONE All Men's Pants at half price. A TYPHOON All Boys' Suits at 331-3 discount.