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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta TheLethbridge Dally Herald. Holiday, July I BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL At St. f 'Si. Louis 1 4 2 New. York............ 4 g 2 At Cincinnati 6 6 2' Philadelphia......... 495 At 5 10 1 Jioston 3 9 1 Second 5 7 2 Boston ..........___ 0 3 1 EASTERN At Montreal 8 10 Baltimore 0 5 No scheduled. ASSOCIATION At Indianapolis...... 1 7 St. Paul.............. G 11 At Minneapolis 9 15 Louisville .4 11 Second .Louisville.............. 4 7 'Minneapolis At 'Toledo 0 40 Kansas City 2 8 4 Second Toledo 11 16 0 -Kansas City............. 27 6 Trigger And Traps The Gun Club will hold a special shoot-to-night when the vase present- ed by the Hunter Arms Co. will be shot for. This will be a 'handicap shoot and every member of the Club will have a to "wia- The condi- tions are as follows Three shoots "of fifty .birds each." The highest .aver- age wins 5 thirty singles and ten pair. In shooting the single the shooter is allowed two .shots at each single, so if he misses the first shot he has another chance- Three cents apiece ..will, be charged for targets and no entrance. The trophy is a beautiful Rozane vase, worth in New York, It is hand-painted and "bears the head Of Mr. Harvey McMurchy's set- ter "Wash" on one side. Every .member of the club should be out at 6.30 p.m.- to-night and shoot, for the handicaps are very liberal and gives every one a good chance to win. FITZ SEES NO WHITE "HOPE" "Ruby Robert" Thinks Johnson. Will Hold Crown Bill Lang May Have a Chance With Cor- bett Teaching Him Fine Points. Spokane, July any of the present-day fighters lick Jack John- son? Well, I hardly think there is any one in sight right was the way Bob Fitzsimmons. better known as "Ruby put it 'last night as he was chatting in the lobby of a local theater where he will open an engage- ment with Mrs. Fitzsimmons Sunday afternoon. "Regarding the fight I am not at liberty to express an opinion at present, but I think there was a 'nig- ger in the bush' and we all know there was one in the ring. "I do not know who Corbett is back- ing in New York to gain back the lost title, but I think it may possibly be Australian Bill Lang. this is a long guess. In my estimation there are no fighters known to the public today that can make a match wi-h Johnson, though-it is not unlikely that some will be developed very soon. rumor that Jeffries is to meet Kavfman looks a little suspicious atirl I hardly kno-v. what to make of it" Bob Fitzsimmons 'and Mrs. Fitzsim- mons are prime favorites to' many of the Spokane theater goers, this being their' second Spokane. Fitz attended the big fight at Reno, representing the New York World, and came all the way from Australia. Pick- ing up Je'ff Vo it goes -without saying that he heavily and as he puts it it will take a year's work to make up for that one day. NEW WESTMINSTER RETAMNTO CUP Montreal Never in it Rather a Poor Game of Lacrosse Big Crowds Witness Games --Score 13 to 5 HEAD RELEASED BY LETHBRIDGE New B.C., July The deciding game of the Lacrosse Championship was a slow and d appointing contest. It was one of the slowest senior games.on the coast this year. Manager Finlay, however, got away with a goodly purse from eighteen thousand spectators who raced two games. Seven thousand people were pres- ent, when Hon., D. M. Eberts faced ;he ball Saturday. "Both teams were ;he same as last .week. The Royals made lightning starts, two- goals in the first minute, they claiming also the third, fifth and Seventh the first quar- ter which ended, Westminsters 5, and Montrealersv2. In the second quarter the Westminsters took five ;oals in succession, Montreal claim- ing thirteenth only, they seemingly having lost heart and speed both, he salmon bellies running rings round them. Even the Royals seemed infected by the easterners' play and shot off, Wintemute and Gifford each missing chances at the goal by wide shooting, while Grumpy Spring hit the goal Scott's ankle gave out from last week's injury aid he retired.this round .and was replac- ed by Lay don. Andy Hamilton drew five tronutes-' vacation for too vigor- ous and the goal scored by Spring was discounted, hair time bell had rung. The third' quarter was Claire Head, has been releas- ed from the. Lethbridge ball club. The fans will be sur- prised to hear this as Head lias been putting a classy ar- ticle of ball at the awkward corner, -besides batting excep- tionally well of late. The club was carrying'too many players and somebody liad to go. It was a toss-up 'between Head and a number ...of others and the Los Angeles 'boy lost. His services will ibe in demand by other clubs, Regina already .having offered him terms. However, Head may go to the GOULDING BREAKS WALKING RECORD MINERS WON THE CONCLUDING GAME Costly Errors Were Responsible for the Downfall Luck With the Local Nine -Score 7 to 4 Toronto, July Gouldtog, slower and rougher. The fourteenth. new Canadian rec- goal by' the Westminsters being, the only score, "but several handouts re1 suited from! increasing roughness, Ken- nie, Scott arid Kane drawing penal- ties. In the last round Montreal brightened up for a little, and claim- ed two'goals, but loathe to lose'the lead, the Royal city men secured two more, the gaine ending thirteen to five. .ethbridge team-Looked Lite Losers at the Start but Rallied in the Last Half and Scored Five Straight Goals Football Notes The Westminster Football C3ub wishes a practice match vrita any other team, to be played on this even- ing on the Westminster '5. Following members of Westminster F. C. are requested to be on hand on Monday evening at the usual grounds at 7 o'clock: Johnston, Simm. Bry- deiij Hutton, F. Simm, Mclndoe, Stubbs Kelly, Thomson, Heathfdeld, Seaman, and Dickie. Footballers in general will be pleas- ed to note that E. Stafford, who was seriously injured in a league match some weeks ago, is again able to be around. Calgary, July 23. The purple weatered Lethbridge lacrosse team won a medicore lacrosse ;game .from Calgary 5 to 2 on Saturday evening here. The Miners were behind, too, at half time the score being 2 to 0 in Calgary's favor, but the visitors finished with a flourish, scoring five straight goals. Ja, the second half. L. Cook was, moved from the defence "to the home in the first half, A. B. Cook being sent back to the defence, and the change worked wonders. The 'e was not rough, but the checking was none too mild and a police officer had to interfere to pre- McNabb, who figured a lot on the scoring end. McCorvie was a verit- able stone wall in the Lethbridge goal- Calgary's whole team rag- ged in the last half. _ -v The line-up of the LetiibrMge team was as follows Goal, McCorvie point, G-ow cover, L. Cook and' A. B. Cook 'first defence, McNeil sec- ond defence, Simpson 5 third defence, Bailey centre, first McNabb 5 second home, J. Hal- ward third home, W. Cook out- side home, A. B. Cook and tL. inside home, Robson. Calgary Coal, A. Curliss point, McLeod cover, Heatherington first ofd for the walk at the Y. M. C. A. -meet, time fifty- two minutes, nine' and one-fifth sec- onds. -F.- Lukeman, Montreal's fam- ous sprinter, -won-the 'hundred yard dash, time 9 4-5 seconds; Friedman, Buffalo, second. Lukeman -won two hundred yards toy five yards in 22 3-5 seconds. A new Canadian record was made for the one mile team race by the West End' Yi M. C. A. team of Jack Tait, Melbrock. Parker and Low Sebrft, time 3.27. Old record 3.28. Lukeman won- ithViso yard hurdles, in 15 4-5 seconds; CORNWALL DEFEATED CAPITALS IN CLOSE GAME Cornwall, July de- feated the Ottawa 'Capitals in a close L. IT. game 'by -six to three. Both An avalanche of luck vron the Min- ers the concluding game of their lengthy home series at the park Sat- urday evening with. Moose Jaw. The Robins seemed to have it on the home club in every way until luck came to their' assistance. For the first three rounds Grimes worked on mound for the .Miners and was no puzzle for the visitors. He was quite freely the fourth- spasm Pieh took his place. TJie vis-, itors at that had three' tallies to their credit. Pieh brought position to a halt" and his idveiit in the box was the signal for the ;Min- ers advance and the turn of the tide: of Victory. Cy pitched an excellent; article of ball and the game was'never in doubt after the fifth witih 'the locals' three runs to -the good. Lucky .Fourth' With the score three to nothing" against us and the first two 'batters out, there wag little hope of scoring in that inning but luck was in our fa- vor. Dudley the (third man up walk- j ed and O'Hayer folio wed'suite. Orieri grounded to Bell and should easily have-been retired tout the toall was fumbled and all went safe. Then Pieh poked a Texas leaguer back of second Tvihich might easily have'ibeen gathered in, but for -the Punching of the fielders. It Crocker's getting safe himself. Dudley.'then came along with a high drive to cen- tre which proved ito difficult: for Crocker "to 'handle successfully and Lynch came .in; he loafed on the play which he knew he-could'beat. It 'was.wild as he had hoped for and.. Zimmerman, scored. Dudley got around to'.third- and "was squeezed in- (by O'Hayer, the latter getting out our the play.. Oriet was the third out'on a fly to centre. Visitors Get Another There .was nothing doing in 'the' score department, after .the sistfc un- til the ninth Tviten .the visitors brought in 'a tally after two were, down, Irby. went safe on Oriet's low throw and was hit In iby Hurley's smash to right centre; AB R H PO A E 11 2 ''0 0 234 Bell- teams tried out a number of young- the former sters. Tie Capitals started well .but failed. The half '.time score was 4 to 3 for. Cornwall. Quigley interferred and dropped Dudley and Moose Jaw rocher, 5. Hurly, lb: '4 0 2 2b ...___ 4 1: 0 Davis, .rf.'....'___..' 4 ;0 >1 Bell, ss 4 :0 1 Jones', 3b 4 '0 1, Bliss, 'c 4 V 0 Starkel, p 4 2 6 :3 YOU CANNOT EXPECT GOOD LUCK in your fishing or. shooting you have the right tackle, the, .guns and ammunition. all right Jf you.get them here. TENT and camp outfit .we supply. if there's anything for sport we haven't got come and us is. The Lethbridfifc; JMM t _'_ V', Sporting Gcxjidsi Get PHONE 1032 -M2 tiOUND If: WEED SUCCEEDS MANAGER LYNCH Former Spokane Positioh of .Mike Lynch, Who Has Re-O r signed; Seabtle, July Lynch, cap- in'and manager1 of the Seattle team; nd of the best known baseball men is; .resignation; the ocal nfediately apd Jimmy has een playing fill ynch's position Fred aseman, secured by .Seattle frbni tane was named manager and will probably handle the team Is to say, James Jl'says found a he is all mystery about it. He' says he has, been watching -this Titan for a year or" more, and he knows that he can beat the dingy champion. Further" more, Mr. Corbett .wants to, ord to the effect that he Is' willing to" )et real money on Ms -belief. Corbett said today that he ieve Johnson would .fight for.a and did not blam'e him at that pick up some easy money. In the mean.-, time, however, his white .mystery would be willing to meet Sam Langord Al Kaufman, Stanley. Kfetchel or any other reputable gentleman with. asp- irations for fistic honors.. That there is a note of sincerity in all this: may-be' adduced from the fact that Hugh D.. Mclntosh, of Australia, is willing to put up a forfeit of witH any of' ihese boxers' backers for a bout