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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBBIDGB- DAILY HERALD LETPIDGE LOST AT RAYMOND Monday, .Tuly 31, 11. S P-O-R-T-S ATHLETICS CLOSE TO THE TIGERS TABER WINS OUT IN DISTRICT LEAGUE ATHLETICS AND TIGERS GOING NECK TO NECK Not Going Queer the Bout Lethbridge Lost at Raymond Saturday Giving Taber the Championship of District Baseball League Had Raymond Beaten With Ease but Darkness Turned the Tables Philadelphia won from De- troit Siiiurilay, which puts the Athletics so dost1 to the Tigers that today's will be a 'bank? for first j-iauo In tho American I.eagut. -'i'.-Tom Jones, CAPITALS GAVE THEM A SCARE Games in the Big Leagues There's many a slip twlxt the cup nnti the lip, 'tis said. Saturday even- ing at Raymond the Lethbridge pro- fessors of baseball were principals in a slip which cost them a trophy and championship honors; or at least put them out of the running as ron tenders for the l.iureU. It was that eventful postponed fix- ture. The game was a hoodoo of lioo- doos. It was originally scheduled for .Inly 1st but had to be postponed Recount of rain. It was agreed play it on the 15th. Again the jiuks stepped in, the Alexander car convey ing "the local team to their destination broke down and the boys had to turn home without completing the jour ney. The following week another tempt was made to bring about an sue but again hard luck The team arrived at Raymond right on this occasion and the commenced but it had not more than three innings when a heal-j thy downpour of rain put playing out of commission. Saturday evening the local crew rived at Raymond for the Fourth post-j ponement and although the upper- deck'bore a sinister and tear-shedding HOW THEY STAND Taber wins the ship of the District Baseball League and takes possession of the Brewery Trophy 'there- The reverse suffered ry Lethbridge at Raymond Satnv- day gave Taber undisputed title to the championship. Ta- ber has been beaten twice by Lethbridge, the only losses they have charged against them; they have won six. Lethbridge bit the dust three times, falling down before each of the southern towns, and have five victories to their :credit. Lethbridge finishes second. Raymond and grath are tied for third with three wins and four defeats. They have a tie game to play- off yet. Cardston is at the foot with two up and six down. ;t. Louis jXew York 1 {Cincinnati jCiucinnaii 'Brooklyn I'ittsburg ;Boston I Chicago (Philadelphia jPittsburg-- Boston A i Cincinnati 'St. Louis York ___ [Chicago Philadelphia NATIONAL 000 000 '2 010 010 12 101 000 12 001 s 200 000 10 000 000 7 406 100 17 000 Oil 2 7 101 100 10 200 200 13 (Sunday) 023 400 14 110 000 2 7 100 000 G 301 100 13 000 000 4 000 032 13 000 010 4 100 000 11 Otlawn, July The Toronto I crossi1 Cluh almost lost its chana; chances in the X. V. Championship 11 l.ansilotvne Park Saturday afternoon xvni'ii the Capitals held them to score o[ G to 5, outplaying the vis ilors in the third and fourth quiii tcrs. Had it not been, in fuel, (01 the big lead which Toronto acquirt't while Shea and Kagmi were sitting -on (lie fence in thy second quarter Deported disagreement between'- tho i _ jjuive won its first gamp. Tlie Capi- tals playecl surprisingly well Iheii 3 u t., ,_! defense completely outclassed Die Coast yesterday in _ time to receive an urgent will from i tlio champion to tome lo Cadillac for a conference. Jones had expected to 'jhaVe his tulle with Ad over the long- I i distance telephone, and remain ;in i Chicago to look after some business !here. .but the champion Insisted on a I heart to heart conversation. Jones .denied that the summons had any significance in connection with the two. i "Why should I make any to queer this asked Jones i yesterday. "Ad wants tho fight, and is that he can heat JlcPar- 8. land. That is enough, isn't FEATHER FIGHTERS START ELIMINATION off color, in the field the locals held their own, but iheir'bome was .smolh et'ed hy the strong defense of the Toronto's or they would have regis- tered main more goals. II was fast, clear across from start, to finish, ami though the crowd was a small one, it was very enthusiastic, especially in the last quarter, when the Capitals threw every man except their fioal- valn at- tempt to overcome Toronto's one goal lead. York Chicago ;New York Chicago ____ 'Philadelphia I Detroit aspect, the game, was commenced and ls went tor six rounds, at the end of'bllt to gamer a few scores, Boston which the Leihbridge team klsseii jas per their opponents. Eelilenbeck- good bye to the previously rosey pros-ier llai1 hitting "he n house-. bringing home the snoi'ls ttmtiaflre' was flrsl He stung one on.-1' '-oms beldng'to the winners of the Southern itlle nOFe thirtl- Clarence 0'- (Washington Alberta League of amateur baseball !Bnen' keQner of sack for clubs. !raond threw 11 ii his hands and much vehenia Imond thren- ained with Lethbridge players are crying Ilot see yon ex- that herj'. This is there claim: In the fifth the score stood S-3 in favor ol'Leth- bridge. The ball was hard to discern by this time on account of the gather- ing gloom. In the sixth Letbbridge 'went to bat and failed to score. Corn- darkness and it proved their undoing Raymond discerned that all they had to do. was to tip Myers' assortment at the infield and the darkness would be reasonably sure to do the rest. Lethbridge players simply couldn't eoe the ball and the result was a mer- ry-go-around for Raymond. No less than se.yen sugar heelers skated home during, that performance making the score Lethbridge then went to AMERICAN 000 002 2 7 033 002 16 002 110 100 12 200 000 012 14 510 201 17 000 101 3 9 000 000 0 010 OIL' 7 010 000 003 10 301 000 000 9 015 001 9 000 000 4 Tommy Dixon Signs for Three Bouts Rivers and Coniey in September Kansas Cky, .luly Hurst, manager of Tommy Dixon, keeper, into the attack in 0 featherweight'champion of the south, 0 today completed the terms of the ,West Side Athletic club of New Or- (leans for three fights for Dixon early 0 in September. The first bout will be a to-round! affair with Joe Coster, the New York i u I featherweight. The second will he aj j :return engagement with Joe Rivers, of ;Los Angeles, who recently got a 15- _ i round decision over Dixon on a foul. JThe third match will he with Frankie j .'Couley of Kenosha, j. Montreal, July gave I The fights are to determine the the Montreal lacrosse team the hnrd- champion of the featherweight cs. SPECTACULAR GAME OF MCROSM THE COAST Vancouver Beat New Westminster, Playing Rings 'Around the Champions Game Full of Brilliant Features Vancouver, li. C., July tlie ost exciting game played this sea- sonE Vancouver took the lend in tlie, iritish Columbia '.league series, bcat- ng Westminster'in the seventh lea- gue game here before people. Vestir.insler- jumped into the lead ight at the start, hut their lead was disappointment, as Newsy hort-lived, as Matin-sou scored one I l2 minutes left to the most spectacular goals ever j Vancouver only got. one. Vancouver defence cased up in this quarter anil let the champions run wild. The green; shirts could not get steadied down in the final quarter, and some looso cheeliinj; let Westminster equalize. Vi- sions of an extra quarter loomed up before the. .spectators, 'but they -wore play, put the home team in the lead with a brilliant overhead shot allied on coast. He took the Xcwsy's check, Johnnie Howard all from the Vancouver net and car- led it the whole length of the field, eating three who tried to stop is career before he put it the MONTREAL PUT IT OVER CORNWALL :'real 'class: -title, Ulc-v "avo -vet ex eli' url tllLMr own grounds this Abo Attell, who now holds the L.L.U, will tight the winner. Dixon url tllLMr mvn grounds this sca- jwil! leave for New'Orleans August lo. son, hut finally went down to defeat by four to three. 0 REINSTATE "BUGS" RAYMOND I .Mo.. July Ra.v- ;mond will probably be reinstated by Manager .MeGrawof tlie Giants next, i week. However, .lie won't be a mem- 5 o e a rue iber of riie Ne'v Y.ork. pitching staff, and called upon the umpire to si game. The limps, who was raondite, or if not he might as well have been, because his decisions were highly prejudiced towards itaymoml, sphere Lop the i Rav- Loulsvl'le Milwaukee Toledo AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 000 IS 000 001 4 000 000 5 110 031 0.10 030 000 in 110 020 002 11 then left the field en bloc, he gave way Columbus and said it. was too dark te. continui The- crowd was not large, but the storm of protests emitted from their ranks at the unfair manoeuvre of the nt.- home team was sufficient enough to i make every player thereon feel mighty small. There was nothing to be gain Kansas Clu- ed by debati- and after a considerable argument, Lethbridge packed their bats and heat :li for home disappointed. sore and I Western Canada League Games St. Paul Indianapolis ,031 000 300 000 020 S10 001 100 Oil Ol'O 201 200 000 121 001 000 1 G 4- 1 7 1 S 1 S 1 -The fourth quarter was the most exciting period of the game, al- though not a goal was soared, for the visitors were trying hard to tie tlie score, while the Montreal home negotiations are.jiVoiy under way [made desperate efforts to increase whereby Hie fainons. pitcher will fin- their lead. Roth defences were plav- ish the season with The -Memphis club.'... Ever since Raymond toppled off the mg "rle lacrossr' ''owevcr, and the water cart on the Giants' last trip, score remained where Ashwcll had he has been twirling for semi- profes- put it at the end of the third qunr- sional clubs around New York., j lert fmlr to three for the locals. Vancouver played rings around the lampions in the second quarter and piled oh fonr goals. Westminster defence could hot cope with .the bril- liant passing of the terminal city's horne. Vancouver slackened down af- ter they had secured a big lead, seem ingly thinking the game safe, but the Royals kept plugging away and scor- ed three in the third quarter, while just been ruled on a few fore the Cornwall hoys broke into tli had seconds he- score sheet. l.alonde n.-adc tin seconds later when frou. Fitzgerald, who got the game safe a few he secured a pass ball from I he face-off, walked right in on Hie net and scored. Vancouver woke up after this and played the cham- pions to a standstill, adding three more goals, making it five for the. and-eleven in all to the Roy-' ils' six. The eighth game will he played in Westminster next 'Satut- BILLY SUNDAY'S VAST EARNINGS Erie, Pa., July is more money In religion tiian in baseball. Ham A. Sunday, the former ball- but of late years a revivalist, GRASSY LAKE AND ROVERS TOMORROW t ,is 10 months' work. Sunday recently turned down tft'er of JfiOO a month to return fie "majors." The Lothbridge Rovers play Grasay Lake at the ball park tomorrow even- Ing. The locals will line up us Tel- lows: i Mullen, Bembridge, Oavlea, Easton, jSimm, Hagerston and Joyce. Reserve Mnckay and Chiswick. Referee V.'il-. (son. Kick-off 6.30. BROKE EVEN AT CALGARY .Calgary, July and EL Tnonton broke honors even today. Barn stead pitched 'the home club to vie tory In" the'-first game. Score Pord and Standridge battled on the mound, in. the. second event and th Calgary star was vanquished." it'was good game.... Score' 4-3. HURLEY'S BRIGADE GRABS MORE Hurley's Moose'- jaw pennant chasers jjranbed two .more hard fought batlles from the Maroons here today. Both con Wie locale mak- ing an uphill fight after getting .both.encounters, only to lose out in the ninth round In each" cose. The first game ended 6 to 5 for the visitors, good hard bitting giving them the verdict, though an error by ffayior let in the winning run. In tho second fracas, the home Providence Rochester 'Providence [Rochester bunch tied up the score in the sixth lialtimore Mien four runs were ch-jscd across he paa. A bad bounding hall gave the Robins a start for a rally in ninth and before they: were "throtieh V they had notched EASTERN 30-1 000 10 020 OJO 12 100 000 000 000 8 .3 the final tally 7 to 4. making 010 001 000 11 000 002 000 1 020 000 10 110 000 5 000 000 9 SASKATOON TOOK FIRST FROM ANGELS Buffalo 000 000 7 City Toronto ooo ooo 000 000 CANADIAN St. Thomas.................' o liUerlln Guelph Hamilton Saskatoon. Sask.. July Berry Pickers look the'first gn'me of double header from' the: Brandon '''onclon 3 Angels this afternoon a score of iinniforrl I to 1 In-a splendid exhibition, both earns putting up a superior article of i Jail. has signed Bud Schafer. late of Dranilori itnd' of last iar's Berry Pickers, and lie put con iderable snap iuuj the'game today Jonii Sheridan and Borleskl pitched real, ball, each team keeping the bits ell scattered, while sharp fielding ut off possible scores ,-it the Ihreat- ning moments. Standing of Clubs Today Coming Tuesday to Nanton THE ORIGINAL CORONATION PICTURES 4000 FEET OF FILMS, INCLUDING DRAMATIC AND COMEDY PICTURES. 8 By Vic. Turner. THE EtlTJE AMUSEMKNT-'CW. CANADA Moose JaW....... 21 .734 Calgary 40 33 .jgl i Winnipeg....... 44 38 .537 35 38 .47! 24 oii .303 I Saskatoon....... 22 56 .282 Chicago Philadelphia New York Pittsburg St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL 38' .14 20 33 36 37 40 53 .625 .603 .604 .593 .565 .418 .374 .217 AMERICAN Detroit 61 32 Philadelphia..... 60 32 Chicago 47 f'oaton 4s 46 few York...... 47 Cleveland....... 43 Washington...... qr, Louis....... 2S 61 .652 .522 ..'.11 .of'-, .49.', .355 .304 PIAYF Navy Cut Per Packet popular English Odette. ;