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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LBtftBltlDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, July 22} 11H1, BASEBALL NEWS IN ABUNDANCE Q-P-TI-R-T- tj-f I THE LATEST IN PUGILISTIC REALM MAROONS TOOK THE INDIANSOOWN PEG Final Game Between Two City Basecall League Rivals Lack of Support Proves Inimical to-Good Baseball Score 8-5 The'city-baseball league g-amcs.have icr'ved their term as attractions of In teiest. It is well "'that .the mnctfialoii of the schedule .'cbiri'cs 'next wuiik, which is a fitting'time, judging by the number, who attMi'dod the game be- iweon the Marponis iiud.'lhe Jndiaiis lust evening at the Athletic. Park. There was but a siuniLterlng of fans prncing the staud. The.players evidently have been af- fected by the lack of interest and scarcity of spectators for the game last evening lacked Llic ginger of former contests. The players hud but little heart for the game ami they Invariably showed it. pf course, the aspect, of ihe weaiher was threatening buL h Is safe to eay not a dozen more fans would have been out had the-conditions appeared Meul. The chief asset of recommendation In the game, is in the fact that the as it has been in previoiiB battles, and they ..finished the game with'' tho knowledge, thai for flie second time of the season thr hitler 'pill of defeat wua theirs. Thoy swallowed :wlth good grace be it said., The Maroons went to 1mt first and secured a run on Monie'being hit by Clark mid single by Grny. A timely hit by Ri'nns scored Nkibols and N'iciiolson in the Indians' first. The -Maroons wero blanked in lite second and the Indians likewise ivltli the buses full. In the third Lite Maroons put across two on Ji lilt by Home and a couple of charitable errors; Clark and Evans were Lhe contributors. The Indians had a double jmllcd off against them in the third. Green hit to Ran and FiYans was retired at second. Gray taking the throw and doubling the runner at first. Nothing doing for the Indians then. The Maroons brought in three more In the fpnrili. Robson took first on ,'iu error, 'llorne walked. Ran hit for three bugs'. lo right and scored the two moil ahead of him. Ha In turn wag allowed home on a fumble at short on Gray's grounder, making the, third run ot the inning. The forth in tlie next stage and sot four [a their cred- it. Tale leading off, reached- first on an error by Ran, took second on a> Games in the Big Now 300 nan 0 St. ooo oon 3 llrooklyu 000 3 000 050 U 3 Iloslou 300 000 1 200 210 I At I'hiliulcltilita, no game; rain. 0 Uostou 010 1 DcU'oit ...001 003 3 Nc'iv 002 3 Si. Louis 000 0 .000 101 0 Cliicrmo 000 000 1 -100. OO'l. 1 EASTERN HHlialo .........001 001 3 UalllmoM! ......001 010 Rochester .007 000 100 Jersey City. 102 200 J11 000-6 10 1 M 3 13 5 7 3 Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Lost Moose 52 20 Caleary 45 19 Winnipeg......... Jl 32 hjdmontou....... HI flnuulon 20 nO Saskatoon........ 19 52 .47' .Z6S Bflly Hnlnes was much- dligutted at Ihe ihow'ng of the teams and gave vent to hii feeling, ai U were. Indiana met their Waterloo, their sec- ond defeat of tlie .seiEon. The game didn't go the complete route.. Toward the finish the black elouda vuich obscured the sky, cusL their b'lack shadows over the field of play and a spattering of rain ilecltled um- pire Culbertaon in his belief the pass by Davles, v.-ent to third on a wild-throw by Rohaan and came home on a-wild throw to third. Lord! Nlv with Coons and 3eideubecher hit clean ami scored two. more. That finished ihe Indians' showing vy t. f Philadelphia in .the run department for the evcii- ciiipngo ing. The Maroons tallied more Ihe other bits by DHV Bruce n; sence of NATIONAL Philadelphia -53 Chicago ..........SO York 50' 33 603 SL'Louis.-....... 3ii .57S -fij 37 Cincinnati....... 35-V 46 AW UrooHlyn 30 ,53 '.366 Boston 20'j- "tJ5 .235 AMERICAN 5S 5J 43 .690 .643 .512 .306 'BIG "ED" WALSH, DAMP SLWG- AKTIST. TAB! SHUT OUT RAYMONDNINE Southern Town Played in Hard Luck Rain Cut Game Short It was Taber's Last Contest Score 2-0 Raymond, AH.-i., July thernimi evidamly scoins tmfflvouiljle tn baseball' hi Lug LcLhbridije district [onguc Of amateur b'nsebnll clubs. Ow- ing to HIG rain last night only six in- iilnes coiikl be pUiyoU'lu I he Tabor-. HayiuomJ game. Rain begun lo fall ibout C.oO; iiovorlhcluBB llic game was called aind continued without in- to .the second half of (be 'iftii Inning, when u halt hud to be nude nml shcllcr of an oxlrt-nicly heavy aliowcr. Tho re- iiainder of. Llio riftli and' another in- ning, was played, but Llic diamond too wet Lo finish Lbe game. The only inning in which nini were untie was Lhe third, when with runners on 2nd and 3rd bases, Tuber hit a two-bagger, bringing In two men. O'Brien for ay pitched good bull, and bnco hrew to first, cinching Tuber too far from the base. Owing to tbo ball being wci there number of fouls. Several errors were made by llaymond, showing a marked luck, of IK'iiclltic on the part of OLC or two players. UarHug these errors Lho game would easily hayc gone (o Kay- moml fov othenvifiq play, was" good. An unfortunate for Tuber nmtlo by 1-Jnwk Hi tho slxtli inning when with ;i riinnur on first ho aton-. pod a grounder, touched second mid ihrcw to first two Tuber men, and before tho reporter had the nlny recorded Hickcn had. caught a fly. SlioiiBon behind the -but for Ray- mond did good work. Hnymond was mifai'tmiiUe in having lo play one mnn entirely without practice. Taber nlaya in Warner today, returning'borne to- morrow uigiliL'B train, .The post- poncd Let lib ridge-Raymond game la set for tonight at 11.30. -We are praying that tho godB be propitious aad dry the diamond. Big "Ed" [hi; Chicago AnitncdjiB' grenc spltbull perform.r, Is con litjurud by runny the nrllst In ihe count FT. Manager says with m.oihtr Walsh he will wifely "cop" pennant. name should be called .it that singe, which was die seventh, score stand- Ing eight 'to five. The game iu no wise affects the Blinding, a.3 the Indians have still a big lead over the Maroons ami the final game between Vlic "Y" and Vhe Indians nest Wednesday will not make any 'difference should the Indians go down to defeat again. Last evenings contest was the final game between the Alaroons and In- diana and the Maroons find consider- flble glory In taking the last trial of Lhe season fioiit ilieir rivals, who have humbled them so olteTi before. After the final game .next week the Indians will be awarded winners or the beautiful Laird Gun and the ciiani- JThere were pionsliip of iho city, erally conceded that the Indiana have won tho honors coming to them on their inerils' direction of Frey, Hpho wi gave Both pllchera worked themselves Into bid on repeated In the opening staces tho playing of both nines was not unlike whnl you inlfht picture hnd a bevy of wtHk-knecd wash women been per- formlqg. The Indians In parliculnr played In don't-ffvc-a-hanp manner. ID am enure prubflhly. the remit of .froni conilBtent itrlng of victories "of the did tighten up toward the finish but their mrrfion finish stuff not In working order last night one In (he fifth and n the seventh, both on es and Home, the Indian York V. Hosiou 44 -4S Washington 57 SI. Louis 24 61 .506 isai he .Maroons in the wfio IB out of town, ind George Moore were same and ihe Indians ns of the V..M.C.A. Iiuo right and redeeming fea-game took place Baltimore 54 29 Rochester 54 31 Toronto 48 3G Montreal 48 23 Jersev City 38 42 Buffalo '3i 43 Newark 30 40 Providence 27 .635 .571. .594 .462 .440 .360 .333 LEAGUE Berlin 30 19 llr.niilton 32 24 London 39 28 Drantford 27 .57 .617 .401 21 f Vancouver iiS 3j Spokane 52 41 Tatomn 40 42 Portland 46 4'l Seattle 43 .550 ,51] .281 ASSOCIATION Columbus 4S WtlV" HmM the players ?vcr City 4S 4 liis lorse Combourg, .has won for him loarly aiul In values todjiy, rcprcEontf! more than. Gould paid for .he 17 Iwo-yefU1 olds Including Com- lonrg which he bought from Viol I'i- cnrd who at the lime thought he had landed Gould a gold brick. Tho con- tract .under which Gould'iwiiRhL the 2-ye-nr olds had Incorporated In ft an option on all I'icnvd's 1 'year fekls but vhen Tioard paw on Ill's aiiccesfl hr disregarded the option and sold nil tho "earllngi lo his brnihcr. thus deprlv, ng Gould of the advantage of a sue' strain for'nest year, nut Gouti! _____ taker, Psslor of tht Klrst Unitarian Iliad other plans and will' make i Church al SnctamenLu, CtU., vlRoroua- Hlrong Midcavor lo mulnlaln Hie y defended 3tjDdiiy base ball. ho tins gained In Krcnch racing. TRIPLE PLAY BY OUTFIELD Carlisle Makes Freak'Catch tn Lot Angeles Game Los Angeles, July Carl- isle, the sneedy Vernou cftntreFlelcler, pulled off ait unassisted triple play in the sixth. After Carson hiid walked two, Stewart -replaced him, and Aken hit a IOM- fly. over second base. The runners dashed for the plate, think- ing It I m IK amble to catch the bn.ll before it nil the ground but he ged to get his hands under sif- ter rolling over several .times'got. iip with the hall, had already cross- ed Che plate and Mctzger was at third Carlisle'trotted (o second anil then to firs retiring the side. JACK JOHNSON LIKES ENGLAND HIS RECEPTION HAS BEEN SO EN- THUSIASTIC THAT HE WANTS TO-STAY York, July rpecp'tloii in Groat BriUiiii htis boon EO enthuBiiiatio and satisfj-lng iliat. ilie negro utiiimpiOn threatens to resign his citizenship in tlie United Sr.vlCB 1. .trftusfer Jiis allegiance to Erie- Declairlug t'lio .Americans are nn mi- gi-H-ieful niuiou imd Uncle Sam a hard master, tlie pngilisL makes his pro- jmsals for becoming nn expatriote in fin interview lii tlie Evening Herald of .Dublin.. Johnaon voiced his aentl- rucnts on July -I, the anniversary of his 'triumph at, flcno. "England is me Just dandy" bog-ins the dusky pugilist in the Inter- "No comparison at' all to America. As for going back Lo the Unlterl States, not for mine." Jack Johnson .says he .will never shoulder a musket for America but ho would go to flic front for HngtaQd. RAYMOND BASEBALL GOSSIP AND VIEWS WOLGA8TANI) McFAKLAXD WILL MILWAUKEE ON -SEPT. 11 FOR .TEN ROUND BOUT hicago, riniy WolgaEC. champion ligtilwclglit and Packey Jlc- 7arland of Chicago have agreed uimn ithe terraa of their 10-rounil uont achGcl- ulcd to take place at Milwaukee Sep- tember J] with -the exception .of Wol gust's guarantee. If Me Far] arid will allow the cham- pion to have fche_ first out of the purse, ho -will, be permitted to tnako 133 pounds at 3 o'cloch In the afternoon. If McFarland will only give f lie will have to make tho same notch, one hour later. Riiymoiid, July Ray- mond reporter had an interview lotlny with T. J. O'Brien, iirosident of Ihe lUiynmnd baacball club. The asked jibout.tlie Lethbridge-liayniond game of JiHy and'ilr. O'Brien niiBworeil. that llaymond didn't want to chfm It by default. Letlibrldge had taken 'every iK'flcauiion and barring [the accident would IKIVB been at the !Raymond diamond, on lime. "Taber iisltod Raymond to claim the game, said Mr. O'Brien, "Raymontl would rather play and lose than clnlm the game'by .default." The other tie and postponed games spok-. en of and O'Brien save.nut tilie following Information. The illspiued jUiirdstnii game ahoiild be played in Magnuh on .Monday, ,Iuly 2-lth, but the iwesldent of the Cords ton club has said that he is .rciiEonnbly aure there would be no game. Thii that Haymand will be. compelled to accept this game by.doraiiIt.'.Thc'.date for playing off the tic game with has not been set yet. It should and likely will be played hero. The game with LeLhbridga'li set. for Saturday at the IJark. Air. O'Brien and the Herald scribe then 'ell to talking about the Tuber, game of Wednesday last. Asked why Ray- mond lost Mr. O'Brien aafd that Taber undoubtedly hud u good tbnmV but the reason lor Raymond's JOBS was' the fn.ct i Hat they had motored from -Ray- mond to Taber in day clillly and tUe u layers hiwl not .time tn get limhered up before play started. This Is evident by the-fact thflt Taber did all the damage In the tlirBt two innings. Taber Raymond to- uJght nnd at Warner tomorrow. BALL GAME BILLED AS FEATURE OF M4GRATH SPORTS MONDAY Not.only fs Lethbridge required to win -their ffame nt Raymond toilay in oriier to carry Ihe district baseball league championship hut they must bent Mngrath on'the tatter's 'diamond Monday, because -Tuner has played their, final game, Ha.yujotitl going down before them yesterday. If Lethbridge stiff era defeat on both occasions-Taber wins the league. !ir they !oae either one and Leth- britlge will be tie- .'There is a big: caiubration at Jik- gratih Mon'day and the ball Btimn-lH bill- ed fi3 a 'it is called for 2 o'clock. ;After the gaviie the follow- ing program of races will be run off: 1 Puce" or beat two in three, 3 to enter and 2 to atari. 2 Clase A, 1 mile dnsh, 3 to enter nnd 2 to itart. _ 3 Half mile ruhnlni race, best two in three, 4 to enter'and 3 to elarL. -I Half mile Vlaah, utddle 4 lo enter and 3 to itart. 5 Second heat or pace. G Quarter nilio'dflih, saddle hortM .to enter and 3 to Btart.v. 7 Second lieaUof niTiTilng rucft. 8 Pony race, 1-1 1-2 hands nnd der, 4 to enter and J to start. 9 -Hair 2-year-old hpr- BOS., -1 to enter and 3 to start, 10 Meji'R face, 3 ter anil '2 to start. Western Canada League Garnes ANGELS OUTHIT AND OUTFIELOED MAROONS Winnipeg, July 'om and oulllclflcd Ihe' Maroons today, with ithe reeull tliaL Lhey.woti a ball game by the ecore of. 5 Tho visltoi'B hunched their hits. In the third, firth nnd sixth iunlnRB off WhlteSlde, Not a hit was made nit JlaBs, who replaced In" the .seventh. The locals were unnblo; do much agnlnat llorleakl and much gopd Taut rieldlng prevented tho Tiy- lorltes Trom Bcoring on several occa: slona. dialer was fined 15 by Umplra' Lotclicr. The Bcore: Hrandon 003 Winnipeg........... 000 llnrlrskl and Cnatcr: Whltmldn, laoB and ICdniundtj. uEZIE BUMPED THE Calgary July Broncs made It three Blraiehl from the Ucrry lcke'rn lonigVii when they got to 'unhyDRkcr for eleven (or tlie liomt iKregatlon kcpt-thc hits well Bcatiorcd and Saska toonians beat -It 'around ih0- paths. Tlie game'-was: CBllen in tne sev enth on account of ;Thc Calgary 2 Saskatoon J anil I'cnnyD'aker anil -i ESKIMOS RECOVER FROM BAD SLUMP ICilmonlon, July a batting rally In the nlnlh Inning tonight, tlie Kdnioilton -team won out by a rrore of li ,lo n. Billy Hurley put up three pltch'crs-to 'the on slauKlit Terry wcnt-along.lo eighth then :Jlurray nnd Dcinn'bolh placed in bo.v, but could not hold the'dasuemte Eskimos. Dlckangon went tho -.entire nine for Edmonton and pitched good ball. Moose Jaw ..........300 002 Kriinonton Terry Murray1 Ilimn anil Diok'cnson and SIlBht. gmoke Havana Cigars A -Breath of Pure -Hjivaiia in x The Memory Lingers. Baled Havanan are frflgranl, aatiifylns and wen-burning. They. ,draw freely and tthelr flivor'i aiwuyi rich, mejiqw and full. Baled Havanas No. mailer whit you bo dellKhtod with Diilod per- fect flavor fi-agranco. (Jet one you'll like them better every time you one. Jose Gaste Company iMCvs, of "Bnlcf.1 .Ijindn. King- St. London, ;