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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Moiulay, June Page 9 SWEET More sold than all other brands combined VISITORS TOOK LAST GAME OF THE SERIES Dudley's Sensational Feature Hard Hitting in the Eighth Good Plays Pulled Off iBASEBAliSGORESi Sunday At '.0 3' Buffalo 3 '3 2 At Providence 42-1 Jersey City 10 15-2 At Baltimore, no game, rain. AMERICAN At 2 80 Philadelphia............... 0 4 3 At St. OWE R- FUL and consls 1- ent pitch ing by the. man who oc- cupi'e d t n e mou n d for the ene m y for outs. He accepted .ten success- St. Louis.................. 2 Boston 1 At Chicago ..................1 0 New York 2 ASSOCIATION At Columbus .7. Kansas City 8 At Toledo 0 St. Paul ..................'3 At Indianapolis 4 Minneapolis 2 At Louisville-Milwaukee, rain. 16 13 V 8 9 4 5 One Apiece At Calgary Calgary, June 4. The afternoon game was ragged and it was a regu- lar try-out of pitching staffs. The Maroons found Manning, and he was relieved in the second by Paddock, Duggan going to short stop. The Cowpunchers made three singles off he blew up and lamed Stan ley in the south. Miller finished the game. Piper distinguished himself by lining out a home run. The second game featured as a high class exhibition, with Standridge and Wilson at their best, and errorless fielding- Up to the ninth nothing but five scanty and unrewarded singles were-made off the Cowpunchers, and bul; .four unremunerative singles off Wilson, felynes was walked, advanc- ing Carney to second, Carney not content, stole third, and with one man out, stole home ,and pinched the game. Winnipeg 10 5 Calgary 7 S Miller and Anderson and Edmonds; Manning, Paddock auu Stanley. Um- pire Longenecker. Second Winnipeg 30 Calgary ...___ 50 Wilson and Edmonds; Standridge and Flannigan. Umpire Longenecker. and-a dreadful fifth hieing spoilt bur .chances, of making at three straights from .Moose Jaw Saturday evening at the ball park. It was a battle royal until that awful the visit- ors by hammering ..Barnstead good and plenty, coupled with the aid of a few sad happenings on our side, swung five tallies over the home plate. This, bunch of runs alongside of two made in the first gave the Robins a cinch on the game which we were never able to overcome the desperate efforts made to establish ourselves in the running. The sensational fielding of Dudley was worth the price of admission alone and called forth an ovation from th'e fans which was long and loud. In the sixth Pitcher Starkeii was. robbed of s. run by Dudley's fast work. Starkeii was served with one to his express liking and pickled it on the nose. The smash _was a resounding one and everyone .-thought the ball would get lost in the Dud- ley with a.great burst of speed and with a final reached forth, plucking it out of tlie atmosphere sweet and clean. Again in the eighth Bell surprised the .crowd ..with a vic- ious hit which would easily, .have cracked a, fence board if Dudley had not stopped its mad "flight. It was one of those rip snorting "drives with speed like a ibullet. -Bell must have just shut his" eyes and swung into Four errors were marped against the locals and two against the visit- ors, Chick failing twice and Mackin and Head once. Starkell, the opposing twirler, had a strangle hold on the situation: at all stages, although in the eighth it appeared as if his defence; was, about to fall. The Miners took after him with a .will and him ''hard in that inning..; Lynch got ,a double--, Dudley following with a triple O'Hayer doing the same immediately afterward. It looked, like a garrison finish, but after'O'Hayer was hit home things took a slump and the score'ended the way it stood'then. Game in Detail Moose Jav.' scored their two runs in the first after this fashion: Tripplet tore off a Texas leaguer. 'Then he and Mclntosh' succeeded with a hit-and- his wits and-was caught red handed. In the fourth we got two men on bases, O'Hayer and Ward, was soon all over. Now we" have the inning of' big events for "the visitor and the tragic one from our point of view.' Tripplet hit too hard for Mackin to handle and got safe. Mclntosh attempted a sac- rifice but was cut off at sec- ond. Crocker got away with a Texas in left, advancing1 Mclntosh a base. Hurley drove viciously at Chick which the latter failed to gather in to good advantage and the bases were full. Chick deserves-credit for holding a runner on third, though bis error al- lowed, the hitter to go safe. Davis drew .a pass wijh the bases full, forc- ing in a run. Jones dribbled One which Mackin was unsuccessful in tak- ing -care of and Crocker scored, the hitter, safe. Bell up next hit to Head and Hurley tried to score but was nab- bed. Lynch, after nailing Hurley, whipped., the ball to first to get Bell put and raced home on; the play. Without paying ottention to r .whipped the ball.Jback to Lynch to: get Davis but the 'throw was wide and a trifle late. Both a.'tf e. A KICK FROM THE CAPITAL Exception Taken To -the Track And Field Events Billed For the A; Meet Here run play for'a. base each. Crocker hit to Chick and got out. Hurley hit to right and Tripplet and Mclntosh scor- ed. After Davis'frit clean Davis was retired. Jones and Bell scored on a hit to'tefc" by in an attempt to take the, third on the throw home to get'Bell-was--retired. Five runs scor- ed. Lethbridge in for Nothing doinj that In the sixth and thereafter Barn- Edmonton, June 3, 1910. porting Editor Lethbridge Herald: wish to register a protest, through the medium of your valuable paper, against the list of track 'and field events for the Provincial Cham- pion Meet to be held at Lethbridge on July 1st, 1910, as drawn up by the'Lethbridge Caledonian Society and published in your issue of the 31st ult, Is this meet to be'changed from a A.A.A.U. meet to a Caledonian Games If so, tossing the caber and such purely Scotch games will be quite in order, but if the meet is TO be the annual A.A.A.U. Champion- ship meet I wish to say that Mich pprely Scotch games as the aaore are entirely out of order. What does the average all-round athlete know about tossing the caber, etc.? Nothing. And he hasn't much time to learn between now and July 1st. Such Scotch games should be included in the list of local events not in the list of events for the A.A. A.U. Championship Meet. Anyway stead pitched admirable ball and the- the A-A-A.U. should arrange the list visitors could T do nothing with Tim., Had he started off in the same form victory would likely have been ours. With two down in the sixth O'Haver Lethbridge went out In- one, two, i hit safely to 'centre. Ward followed three order. The .Robins hit another clip which promised additional .runs but'for the clever work of Lynch and Mackin: Bell led off and got but; Bliss did 'the same. St'arkell was hit'by a pitched with a double into left and O'flayer waltzed around from, third to home. Lezie finished it by pounding ..The Miners' grand rally came in the .eighth.; It.; was a veritable bombard- ment for a Awhile and gave of a ball. Tripplet bounded ont to Head, grand' stand finish. Cbick 3rst vp, which got away from the latter, a'fly to Bell and met hi fate. i Lynch startled the crowd "jcith a runner being and Starkeii going around to third. Tripplet went to second' with the first opportunity; Lynch threw to get him and Starkell then attempted to go in, but Mackin without paying any attention to Trip- screaming; drive between centre ard right which was good .for two tags. Dudley followed with ont exactly in the same place only harder, and by a punk throw to third was enablsd to let whirled the ball home and Star-1 go home at iis leisure. Then the bail for all he was worth, it was so unnatural of him. Dudley was out to corral it in a flash. The fans held their breath. It seemed like a hope- less race to head It off. If he could even knock it down would b2 .all that could be expected. But Dudley was equal'to any. occasion Saturday night, it seemed. With a mighty effort he threw himself the air with ex- tended hand and speared the ball by the seam as.it were and retained it in'liis iron grasp amidst an avalanche of applause and screams of delight from both stand and'bleachers. His homer in the same .inning when it was the Miners' turn at the bat made him the favorite of 'the night's per- formance. The catching of Joe Lynch was also a feature. He had all, alleged stealers scared to death. A. few did try out his mighty arm, and one of them got away with the goods at that, but thex fate of the others was a warn- ing. The first. five chances given out by the' flour" advertisers were accepted by Chick and he got away with them In fine style. 'Throughout the game kell was nailed two. feet from the plate. Three down. locals fell down in the same inning, when they had an excellent i chance to score. Lync-h walked end Dudley hit, advancing the' former a base; -Dudley's hit.was badly return- ed to the infield and Lynch took third. O'Hayer fanned and Dudley took sec- ond. Ward hit down .the 'third base line; Lynch attempted to score but .was caught, at the plate. Ward got safely to "first though. Dudley was then disposed cf by a cute.trick play. He was leading off the base quick return of the -ball to the. pitcher came up and labelled a beauty for three base arid 'back to the, fence. Ward put a scorcher through Jones'' second and O'Hayer romped home. Lezie Barnstead went out in easy order and it was all over. The ninth was "easy picking'for Moose Jaw. The detailed score fol- io wsf" Moose AB R H Tripplet, 3b...... V .1 Mclntosh, If...... 5 Crocker, cf....... 4 Hurley, Ib 4 Davis, rf .........2 of track and field events for the Pro- vincial Championship Meet, it should be arranged to suit everybody. FAIRPLAY. Editor's referring to Ar- ticle V. of the By-laws of the A.A. A.U., under the heading, "'Champion- ship the following is laid' 1. The championship games shall include the following track and field events, and such others as may from time to time be added by the Board of Governors Running lOO'yardsi Running 220 yards. Running one-quarter mile. Running one-halt mile. Running one mile. Running two miles. Running five miles. Hurdle racing, 120 yards, 10 hurd- 3 ft. 6 in. Walking one mile. Walking three miles. Throwing the discus. Tossing the caoer. Running high jump. Running broad jump. Pole vaulting.' Putting the shot, 16-lb. Throwing; the hammer, 16-ftX Throwing 56-lb. weight. Individual tug-of-war. Tug-of-war, teams of four. 2. The Board ol Governors may, if they sec fit, grant the privilege to any club or clubs in good standing in the association to give such champ- ionship event or events as may havs been omitted from the Union's gramme. And, are the track and field events billed by o! the meet here: Championship yards' run, 220 yards' run, 440 yards' run, 880 yards' run, 1 mile nm, 2 mile run, 5 mile run, 1 mile walk 3 mile walk, 120 yards' hurdles, 220 yards' nurdles, high jump, broad jump, pole THE REAL THING ,1s the only kind a real sportsman wants, and it's the only kind we care to deal in. We are sports our- fcelvcs rind know how It feels to have everything go just so. We sell' -all kinils-of FIRST CLASS fo r indoor or outdoor pastimes. Also games of every description. It would pay you to look over our su- perb stock. You'll surely see some- thing you'd like to have. If you do, we can make the price fit your purse tThe Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. and from him to third caught Dudley Jones, 2b 4 napping and down he went. The visitors were easy In the-third, and looked dangerous- in the fourth .but. were put away handily. ,In. the third we lost another opportunity to even matters by lack of- timely hit- 'ting. Lezie' started tie music with a hit between third and short His career on the bases was soon ended by Barnstead forcing him out at sec- ond. Mackin put a nice single over second and Head followed with a drive to left, filling the bases. Chick fanned. Lynch" got safely on by a bad throw and Barnstead scored. Gray son who was running for Mackin, he had no less than 12 opportunities kidded himself into thinking he could get Jiome from third on nothing tut Hat Continues To Win Medicine Hat, June cham- pions won from Regina by bunching singles and by brilliant base-stealing by McCartcr, Davidson cinching four runs with a threc-sackcr and double- base hit. Both Hooker and Gordon were hit freely. Hat 3 1 9 2 Gordon and Davidson; Hooker and McNutt, Umpire Wheeler. Foremost in Canada PHONE 1032 412 ROUND 8T WESTERN CANADA" LEAGUE STANDING'- ff Won Lost Per cent. Medicine Hat 16 7 .696 Calgary 17 '8 .'1680" Edmonton n ".522 Winnipeg: 12. II. ,.522 Kegina 9 12 Brandon 10 14 'AIT Moose Jaw S 12 Lethbridge 8 17 A2Q Tault, shot put, throwing hammer, browing 56 pound weight, tossing aber, throwing discus, tug-of-war, teams of four. Local relay race one mile, obstacle race. A comparison of the games sched- uled by the Caledonian Society with those laid down by the A.A.A.A. show but very little variation and what difference there is in the two is quite permissible no doubt. The throwing of the caber, which the writer takes such strong excep- tion to, is among the games stipu- lated in Article of the A.A.A.A. By-laws, and we are afraid he has chosen a poor excuse for argument. The rest "we will leave for the Cale- donian Society to answer. Local Notes V Tomorrow -night-is 'the date of an-f other league football "match. The S. O. B. clash with the Britannias, kick- off at 6.30. The S. O. E. will line up as follows: Goal, Sumner; backs, Farrig Firth; halt backs, Stephensen, Chis- wick, H. Firth; forwards, Fairbrother, Faunch, Holberton, Farmer, Reserves, Sorrell. T" SPECIAL TRAIN FROM CAPITAL. Edmonton, June 4. A movement Is to char- ter a special train to go to Lethbridge on the day of the Amateur Athletic meet in the Southern city. Sports At Pfincher Joyce. As a criterion of the interest taken. n amateur football within our city and surrounding towns, 'it may be well to note that Taber has been v In- directly applying for entry into, the Wright Shield competition. Entries, have been closed, however; andrit rests with the executive as to or not Taber will be allowed to com- pete. The welfare of the sport de- mands that they 'be given a chance. Angels Bite Dust Twice Edmonton, June the after- noon the Angels lest a game re- -markable for the closest fielding, for although Earl was touched nine times and Dcllar for eight hits, but two runs were made oS them, as they divided evenly. Two overtime in- nings were required to decide the game in favor of Eskimos., The sec- ond game vras a more one-sided argu- ment, the new. pitcher's outlandish name completely demoralizing the hard-hitting. Angels, while Woods and Smith were hit sixteen times in the seven innings permitted by day- light. Edmonton S Brandon 9 1 Dellar and Spencer; Earl and Coop- er. Umpire Brown. Second Edmonton 16 2 Brandon 3 2 Dreichoo and Spencer; Woods, Smith art Cooper. Fit-Reform stands first to-day in the esteem of every man who apprecfates those qualities of distinctive style, perfect fit and faultless workmanship. Fit-Reform garments are now yery first in Canada in quality and value. We are showing the latest styles in Fit-Reform Suits a host of new and exclusive effects. Bell, 4 Bliss, c........... 4 Starkell, p '3 35 7 10 27'14 AB R H 0 A Mackin, 2b 5 0 1 3 2 Head, 3b 5 0 1 2 3 hick, ss........." 4 0 0 2 8 Lynch, c 3 1 1 7 3 Dudley, cf........ 4. 1 2 2 0 O'Hayer, Ib....... 32 2 10 0 Ward, rf 4 0 2 0 0 0 Lezie, If.......... 3 0 1 1 1 0 Barnstead, p 4, 1 0 02 0 35 5 10 27 19 4 By Moose Jaw Lethbridge Summary: Earned runs, Moose Jaw 4, Lethbridge 3; three-base hits, Duel- ley, O'Hayer; two base Bliss, Ward, Lynch; sacrifice hit, zie; stolen bases, Crockery Dudley, O'Hayer; struck out, by Star- kell 8 (Head 2, Chick 2, O'Hayer, Le- zie, Dudley, by Barnstead 2 (Mclntosh, bases on tails, off Starkell 3, of! Barnstead 3; hit by pitcher, Starkell; left on bases. Moose Jaw fi, Lethbridge 7; time 1.50; at- tendance 450; Umpire Smith. Petitioning For a Light Sentence Macleod, June the Supreme ourt here Friday Herb Barker, the Granum baseball player, was convict- ed on a charge of assault. He was remanded for sentenle and a petition is being circulated in Macleod and Granum to induce the judge to lenient in his sentence. -The petition is being signed by all prominent busi- ness men and citizens in both towns. Pincher Creek, June junior football players tof this town have formed a league of their .own, and on Thursday evening a game was played between the- west-end juniors and those of the east end. It proved a pretty good struggle, all things con- sidered, the west end players defeat- ing their opponents by one goal to none. Last winter the junior hockey team" of this town made a good record for itself- during the season, and now a baseball team from the public school is trying to follow suit. They trav-! elled to Macleod on Saturday, where they gave a splendid exhibition of baseball from a junior standpoint and defeated the Macleod boys by a score of 9 to 7. .'The junior teams of these two towns maintain the friendliest feeling toward each other, which makes their contests all the more de- sirable. Westminsters Add Another Victory To Their String New Westminster, June Royal City lacrosse team outplayed' Vancouver, rushing three goals into the latter's net in the first quarter without retaliation. The Vancouver defence was weakened by the absence of Pickering through a broken rib sustained in practicing. At half time Crack Cowley Team Defeated At Macleod Macleod, June Macleod Cal- edonian Football teara to-night de- feated the flowley team in a hotly contested game by a score of 5 to 2. Tbe game was exciting throughout and was enjoyed by the spectators who attended. Macleod Beat Stavely at .Baseball! The Macleod-Stavely baseball game which was to have been played on Friday was played here to-day. Be- ing poorly advertised, and on a Sat- urday, there was a poor attendance, lough the game was perhaps the best played in the Southern Alberta League this year. The score in the fifth innings was 5-1 in favor of the home and after this it was big league ball, Macleod scoring 1 and Stavely 2, making the score at Gthc finish, Macleod 6, Stavely 3. For THE T. EATON, TORONTO, ATHLETIC MEET RESULTS Toronto, June .the T. Eaten sporting meet Bobby Kerr of Hamil- ton, ran a dead heat in the hundred yard race with R. Cloughen of New York in 10 1-5 seconds. The 'hundred, yards open fell to F. Lukeman, of Montreal, in 10 3-5 seconds. The mile invitation was won by M. Shephard, of New York; W. C. Pail of New York was second and Jack Talt, Toronto, third; time 4.27 4-5. The thirty mile relay race was won by the New York team, Bacon, Walter, GIssing and Ea- gan in 3.28 4-5 winning from the Can- adian team, Lukeman, Watson, Se- bert and Hallbaus, from whom Eagan romped away in the last lap, winning by two yards. There was no lacrosse practice "on Saturday night. Tonight a large turn' out is assured. Remember 8th, High River and Lethbridge Last Saturday night there was a fair attendance at the police barracks for rugby practice. "fourteen, players were present and a good prac- tice indulged in. Practice will' be held every" Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday weather permitting.; Tie. management Herald state that the ball will be on'the field on these nights so no one should hesi- tate to appear. -r The Winnipeg Maroons play at the ball park tonight Pieh will likely twirl for the local nine If Lezie Is not in shape. T. _' The Miners should :find the Winni- peg aggregation Just to The Maroons are .weak" at .the bat and is our. pitching staff is nofthe strong- est in the world, we should vanquish them iu easy fashion. It was Leth- bridge who queered Winnipeg In the pennant race last season. Dick Burge, the English lightweight, is 10 open a concert hall in London. Barge wants to make a match with Wolgast, and also one with Battling Nelson, one of the contests to be In New York, and the other at Philadel- pnla. He is willing to bet that he outpoints either one In a six-round" bout. Commencing tonight all games at the ball park will be started at 6.30 instead of 6.15. f Umpire Smith goes to Medicine Hat today and Longenecker officiates here. .X, rlt A new pitcher will he seen on the mound for the locals shortly. His name is not for publication till Joe, Lynch looks him over. Letbbridge made 27 hits in the Moose Jaw series and seven, errors. The visitors made 22 hits and 13 er- rors. -T ,T "tr Because the Ellison Milling Co.'t ball team trounced the Taylor Milling Co.'a nine on the the other enlng, the latter forfeit 500 pounds Of flour to the Gait Hospital. The score was McKELViE McGUIRE Agents for the Royals had netted half a dozen, but Vancouver tallied twice. In the- third quarter Westminster's speed and staying power showed to age, they netting another three, while their opponents secured another tally, and one each was noted, leaving the second Westminster win of three The fourth quarter was the slowest, and one each was noted, leaving West the three minster ten to four, second Westminster games played this This is win of season between Macleod the battery, McLaren and McLaren, did most of the work, and for Stavely the fielders did most ol the work, as Macleod hit the Stave- ly .pitcher all over the field. The next game is at Granum on June.8, be- tween Granum and Macleod. Juniors After the Stavely game the Mac- leod and Pincher Cieek school boys played, and in this game Pincher turned the tables by winning in the closo game of 9-7. 6The Pincher boys these teams for the B: C. champion ship. Macleod held them down to a very even BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block ;