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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta LrthbrldKe Daily Her July Pagetf IT WOULD PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK with, nothing else but bats, balls clubs, fishing tackle, etc to take along on the family vaca lion. There would be lots more fun and lots more health than yo could get out of a dozen trunkful c: clothes. GET YOUR' SPORTING TOOLS he: c if yoii want .them' right. a iKi.nc51e.the near right kind The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co PHONE 1032 412 ROUND WON'T.VEVEN- TALK FIGHT Jeffries Turned Down All Offers To Re-Enter Ring Los Angeles, CaU July 28 won't fight KauConan in. on Labor Day.- About another fight with Jack Johnson I have nothing- to say, I want, to "be left alone, that's all.' Tins decisive statement by-Jim. Jef- fries tb-ndght would seem to indicate that the big not.going to mix up in game soon., Jef- fries returned from a.week's stay at CataHua Island, in company with Tex Rickard Jack Kipper, li> has ,been. enjoying his, short vaca- tion, pitting 'in all-his -time fishing. Billy McCarney's telegram offering .Jim fco meet Al Kaufman in a" six-round no-decision go.at phia-on next Labor Day was read to Jeff, bringing from Mm the abov short b.ut decisive talk, "If you get "any "more-'telegrams of- me' fights you just, go right ahead and answer them. 'Nothing Do- without consulting I don't want .to 'talk was the added an- nouncement of the former .champion. According to a local paper, Jeffries is" reported to have remarked to a friend while fishing: "There was something the matter with me at Renof .They surely did .something .to me, and at -will all come out some day." BASEBALL SCORES] i 11. .0 r NATIONAL At Brooklyn Brooklyn 1 7 htoston. At New York New York v 1 8 .Jfhiladelphhia 3 5 At St. Louis St Louis. Chicago 3 8 At Cincinnati Cincinnati 2 10 Wttsburg ____ 410 AMERICAN s At Boston Boston 4 1S New York .T 5 At Philadelphia .rniladelphia 5 Washington .6 At Detroit Detroit 2 Chicago. At Cleveland Cleveland St. 'Louis EASTERN At Montreal Montreal Jersey. City Second game Montreal 6 9 jersey City 5 10 At Rochester froviden.ce Second game Rochester .frovidence At Buffalo Buffalo Baltimore Second game Buffalo jaaltimore 9 11 At Toronto Toronto 4 10 Newark 9 12 NORTHWESTERN At Vancouver Vancouver 3 13 Seattle s At Tacoma. 3 13 Spokane 1 6 ASSOCIATION At Milwaukee Milwaukee 7 10 Toledo 1 6 5 13 9 13 8 15 3 9 RESETS OF THE PINCHER RACES YJX A. WERE OUT STRONG Beat to I last Night L Players on the Line-up A score of would indicate that the S.' 0. E. or.Callies were figuring largely in last evening's match. Wonderful, to relate, however, they were entirely absent, and the glory of a'stunning victory will 'be marked down as an uniheard of precedent in- the minute -books of M, C. A. pulled off the long-lead of over, the 'Westminsters. by three new -the residue from the A.- O..-F. Cranks, the Y, M.'s -put .forth such a line-up last evening that the North End men, in whose, -breasts hope had bounded fcigh prior to the match, were, outclass- ed .to a. nicety." The first half was decidedly even. The Y. {M.'s .were very effective, es- pecially on their combination, a kind of The Westminsters -.made good their end; of ithe play toy heavy checking, taking advantage of every opportunity and by their quick follow up system. Several'times the North End forwards i made things hot for Collier, and his defence, 'tout -the can congratulate themselves on having a defence "wftuch is on to its job, and the--piil from- the thorny wramWes.of.a head-oh.scfamible, with unerring precision. 'the (boys' in green fell the hon-: or of the.only, goal in> the first half. On a Jong punt out from a goal kick the Y-- M.'s captured the leather and instituted.-a fine, rush through the Mny's lines. dir.ected sihot was blocked and -slid out for. a corn- er kick., A scuffle ensued, when this -was taken, after a series' of pass- ng, McKay terminated .the prelim- inaries fay a' heavy drive that was theiets; Presumably the Y. M.''s sprung a" sur prise in the second half.- Play start-> d off and the 'spectators had settled down to a possible or something of that sort. They-didn't get. when about .fifteen minutes after the re- start on a swift run -from centre Al- cock eluded .the and on a clear shot found a, haven of -rest for the much abused pigskin. But when, ten minutes later, after, a, series of ver the goal rail, McKay once more did the deed; The listless watchers began to prick up their ears as they smelt slaughter in the) atmosphere. iThings began to assume an air of j-'r1 too great seriousness -for minsters. y To see their fond ;being sadly -crushed to earth -was -bad to'ibe -compelled to.re-j.'r1 that they were (being entirely ZIMMERMAN WILL STAY WITH MINERS by, their opponents smacked too. much of an ignominious defeat. Accordingly, these North 'End foot artists accumulated all their surplus- energy into "one mighty effort. .En- ergy; was backed toy persistence, that by This peculiar! Jmrsrtirre of human-An- atomy and intelllgentiy "directed: force proved too" much all at-once for.the Y. and, true-'sto their ter- rible endeavor, on a1-swift 'shot- from1 left, HeathffeldV-sent spheroid whizzing shoulder, height -with such President Eckstorni has re- turned from the Hat after in- vestigating the, Zimmerman arid states that he could -find nothing to support the claim of .Saskatoon to the peerless fielder. .....This is a -case wih ere pos- session is nine points, and it would Zimmer- man will be retained by Leth- 'b-rtdge. OTHER W. C L. GAMES RE-GIN A WON PITCHERS' DUEL FROM CALGARY -A Regina, July the prettiest pitching duel of 'the season, Regina speed and accuracy that. i it "avoided ..defeated -the" league leaders this even- Collier's viscioiis lunge arid. snuggled ;ing l.'to !0. Gaddy permitted to rest in the corner of the net, the only score for Westminsters. two- walks ..they came in succes- sion in the fourth and forced 'in. a LEZIE AGAIN BLEW UP IN THEJINTH Walked Four Men and the Miners Were in the Lead won tonight's gaine with Lethbridge -when blew, up in.-the In this stanza" after. first man up, "he four, forc- ing in one run and :tiemg: -the score.; Cooper a little scratch, hit -which .Mackm-, but in his haste to cut' the. runner off at the .plate he made- av'bum iheave, and the run -was'in, arid -the game" won.. Lethbridge secured their "only; tally m the third on the two base CALGARY PLAYERS BEfNG RE-CALLED BY VANCOUVER Three -to, one was quite a sufficiency j forced "run. He pitched lumseli out to win! on, not. .satisfy the of a deep hole in the next innings .thirsty Y. who had tasted of .vic- tory and wanted more. Their forward line kept the .Westminster (headquart- ers in a fevered frenzy and .though these defenders upheld .their end nobly they were asked to do too.mtrch.- Alcock again 'bulged performance -was repeatecr ter iby HopkinsJ.. .WTheretipon Me-.- on.thr.ee short singles. He ;'I he; "regular umpire not. 'having .arrived, Boc. Vc-ss was asked to act and he gave perfect satisfaction to all concerned. Calgary. 000 7.8; 3 100 5 0 Stanley; out he -victimized Letcher, Collins and Walker. M Skeels -game for Regina and received "perfect support. Only once did Calgary reaUy threat- 'en and that was. in the fourth when- -the" bases- were" f till 'with one Kay, -remerabraaice' was stfll in tie-game, handed out ruim- her six of .-walk-away style ended.'tihe scoring, for the game. -Fbllbwirig -are Y. M. C. A. j. Goal....... hits by Lezie and Olson. 0130% ef...... Mackin, 2b> Chicle, ss...... -Zimmerman, If. Lynch, c rf O'fiayer, lb Lezie; 'Grimes, p 0' 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3- 1 0 '0 0 0 -1 ,1 0 8 12 0 0 0 Piacher Creek, 'July was cool and cloudy in part of the but ward noon, from which iime' !the sui Following-is tfcc result, of the sec-' ond'day's races at the race course: Mrs. Dustar -iS8ffc" Two- entries. Y'-ip Pincher Creek Greasy Pete son. Standridge, the fast young pit- cher, and Clynes and Smith are three jMarcellus lst. Yeomans 2nd. of the Calgary club who will be ing the Beaver uniforms before the! Victoria Cross face for. "D" squa- pennant race us -settled -this year. Cyn-1 Geo. Knight es is leading the. Twilight league, now j 2nd.- with, the stick and looks to be in a j Five-Mile Marathon Race( 6 fair way -to deliver the goods again i Knowlton 1st, G. Green. in this, league. Standridge is pitch- 2nd. Green dropped, out 4th" opokaitc, July -tsrown ex- pects to put several of his former players back into the Vancouver team before the close of -the present sea- ing while Smith has made a great hit by bis steady and strong'.work aro.und the third cushion. picks Smith to. make good in fast company before he is (through with the game, kid is young enough -.to learn and is ready to" let people that know the fine tell him about -them. Clynes :his- way to join the club. is already Vancouver Trigger Aid Traps The; held 'regular shoot "Wednesday "aight with fine ther conditions. The following Collier Ingle Cameron Mullen Schofield Matthias Wilson. McKay Alcocfc Referee: 500. Backs Half backs Forwards Johnston- -Brydien Simm Stabibs j KeHy Hiitton Skeels and Mcln.toshv Umpire Voss. MO.OSE JAWrBLfEW UP FINAL STAGES Tri-pplett, 2b Borleski, rf Sb- Sehultz, cf---- Thompson, it) Uooper, c O'Brien, ss Sullivan, If Heinrich. p Seaman Dickie Heathfield P..Simm Thompson j R.-C- Orawford. Attend- i Moose Jaw, July play- i Ing a; star game department Moose-: in- the air night ''in .the. eighth, and niath in- nings and lost "the game, paly twen- ty-one Eskimos were -to che plate in seven innings and two were down in HOW SASKATOON TAKES TO BALL ?ome idea-as'to how the advent OL rofessional baseball received ID p-ilratoon, the new .Western CuuufJa members, luay be gaineil from lie following exerpt taken from the as'katoon Phoenix: Last evening in this city will go own in history as one of the big ays for the sport Moving public, 'rom the moment the band .of the 2nd Saskatchewan Light Horse reg- iment, thirty strong, under the lead- started from -the "corner of 2nd avenue and "21st street, at ithe hour first men- "tdoned, headed .by the front rank of the band and .followed closely by the rear files. Something had gone but what was Jacking in num- bers in ithe procession was made-up, in music and In the enthusiasm of th'e 'that followed the musicians, to the grounds-. The ball tossers of both clubs had proceeded The second shoot .in: 12 5 r 8 16. mile, Knowlton oa f. Mile Racine'. Josie.S. 2nd. Time 1.182-5... Polo Pony heat. V .Saddle Hors.e Race, (i 1st, 'Star' 2nd, White -Stock-' ing 3rd. 10 entries. Time .55., Exhibition Race ,-by Texas Time 2.18. Record time 2.15. J. .J. Scott and J: Goodreau were the starters' in I the races; E. ell, 6E McMillanj, j of G-; D. piunkett as timekeeper. Con- siderable praise and: credit is expfess- the secretary tiie assobia- tion, J. W; who; did to make the ;mieet': the-success .it Arms trophy day .evening: be shot off, j-jMon-' who no.t .O-'j 'shoot last Monday can by: O..j shooting 'a score: on. Monday. "0 6 1- 1-' 3 1 0; 1 2 27-11 M ..McDbnnell ran for Bofleski in the: ninth, and Morrow batted for Thomp- son in the -ninth. Brandon 1 Lethbridge -ary: Earned Leffibridge. CANDY KIDS "i Rochon's .Candy Kids hereby chalt-i teaman the city of; Lethbridge or surrounding! country any old time and place. For parties ulars see T. Quinn 'at Rochon's, man-- ager and the whole cheese. r.. Hudson's; Bay or also, Pat Bums. twojbase hits, Olson and -Lezie? stolen 'bases, McDonnell, Holmes. 01'- son. and- Lezie; bases, on.; balls, off Heinrieh 2, off Lezie 4; struck, out, Ralph Glaze has not been-doing any too Indianapolis and