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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Leihbridge Daily Herald, Monday, June SWEET More sold than all other brands combined Put Up a Stiff Argument Until the Sixth New Pitcher In the Box For Lethbridge Score lt-3 AB Olson, cf......... 4 O'Brien, ss 3 Schultz, c 4 Sullivan, rf 4 I Cooper, cf 4 (Hues, lb 4 'Hartford, 2b 4 Kodosy, 3b 2 Woods, p 2 Heinrich, p 0 SPEAKS WELLOF COOKS SHOWING Brandon for the third time suffered keen disappointment in an attempt to arrest the local scouts in their f. suducri upward flight for the pennant honors of the Western Canada League. They put up a determined argument for.five innings, and then they caved in'.frightfully. The .famous Keinrich was called to the mound to stem the tide of victory but even his efforts were of ho avail. In tact, he prov- ed easier than Woods, who preceded him. In the sixth and seventh we took a lead which spelled almost cer- tain defeat for the invaders; but 'when The High River Times has the fol- lowing to say abo.ut the recent La- crosse game Ihere in which the Leth- bridge team made such a good show- ing: "A mighty good team from Leth- bridge with a phenomenal assisted by "hard who wi ing his work against the locals feated High River in the intial gamo of the senior series. It is the history of High River when beaten to be beat- en in the first period, and this was not an exception. The visitors secured two goals in almost a twinkling, and there was chiss to their manner of get- ting them as there was to their play throughout the game. High River, scored at the close of the first period. The game'- was even in the second "each securcch w.erc more cy put up a Ay to Sullivan_ which was successfully handled, O'Hayer scratched to O'Brien. Stole second and came in on a texas. leaguer by Ward behind short. Dahlstrom hit: to O'Brien and Ward was cut off 'at third. Avery put the side out with a fly to centre. The score remained that way until the fifth, Brandon at no time-being a serious proposition to get away with, .while the locals came dangerously near tallying. One apiece in the fifth. Hartford lead on with a terrific line drive at Mackin, 2b 4 Head, 3b 3 Chick, ss 6 Lynch, c......... 'i Dudley, cf 5 O'Hayer, lb 2 Ward, rf 3 Dahlstrom, If 3 Avery, p 3 31 3 6 24 13 AB R HO A 2 0 i the' eighth was concluded the Battle Dahlstrom, who gracefully pocketed T iiad turned into.a complete-rout of the ball. A hit by Rodosy and a the enemy, who took- cover, from the charity to Woods filled first and'seo- onslaught in theiathcrihg-gloom, and while a ground ball to O'Hayer without waiting to finish'it out they which retired Olson, advanced Rod- conscnte'd to allow Umpire Wheeler osy to third and Woods to to call it off at the end of that in- O'Brien next scratched to 0 Hayer nings. The wind was blowing half- a gale and made playing difficult and beyond and Rodosy was allowed to, score. Schultz went down.and out on a hit to p'ltcher. a count. High River kept coming stronger in the third period and Ic was nearly all theirs, but here was where hard luck was more than busy and the possibility, of perfection.- Woods started the urn for the both teams .did admirably in '-view of I Miners in this dribbled an the conditions, and although errors easy one at- him which he' cleverly plenty .enough, more booted. He advanced to second while been expected. In spite of all, the Lynch was being'put but; and took 31 11 14 24 10 5 By Brandon 3 Lethbridge Summary: Earned runs, Lethbridge 3; three-base hits, Cooper, Lynch; two-base Ward, O'Hayer; sacri- fice hits, Lynch; sacrifice fly, Head; stolen Mackin, Head, Chick, O'Hayer 2, Dahlstrom, Avery; struck out, by Heinrieh 2 (Lynch and by Avery 6 (Olson 2, Hart- Schultz, Cooper, bases on balls, off Woods 11, off Heinrich 1, off Avery 2; bit by pitcher, Woods, Mackin, O'Hayer; passed balls Schulcz left on bases, Brandon 7, Letti- bridge 13; Woods 6 1-3, hits, off Woods 7 off Heinrich 'time 2.10; attendance 700; Umpire Wheeler. THE GAME 0'IIayer batted-perfcctly.'He got a Leading American While Ford Tops Pitchers' Liit With an average of .400 Larry La- j'oie continues at the head of the Arner ican League batters again this week, leading by a very comfortable margin. Larry has played in 35 games, has been at-the bat 128 limes and has made 52 hits, S good for two-baggers, 2 foi three-baggers and 2 for the entire cir cuit. His work oh the bases, however is very slow, and his stolen-base rec ord is about as good as Larry Me Lean's, while in all the times he ha got on bases he has scored but.: 1 Irnes. Ty Cobb, who is hitting .273 as made 57 hits in 39 learly three times as many runs a >ajoie, and has stolen over seve imes as many bases. The Tigers are hitting at the phen omenal average of .285 for.a team, an ead all the rest by a large margin. The Highlanders lead the clubs in stolen bases, having Gl io their credit, with the Bostons and Tigers tied for Jrandon's Star Fielder Acquired By Leth- bridge ,game was replete with flashes of bril- third on a pass ball by Catcher is the only kind a real sportaniAB and It's the only kind we- care to deal in. We are sports our- selves, and know how it have everything go just so. We Mil all kinds of FIRST CLASS SPORTING GOODS fo i indoor7 or outdoor pastimes. Alto games of every description. It would pay you to'look over our perb stock. You'll surely see thing you'd like to have.' :if you do, we can make the price fit your The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST A grand shake-up in the Lefchbridge ball team is about to occur. Already Dahlstrom has been released, ana in ris place Brandon's leading light in the outfield has been secured from Bill Morrow. It is Olson. He plays to-day at Moose Jaw with the Min- ers. ;The new, short-stop, Van is also scheduled to break into the game there. This will mean that Ward will warm the bench, while Chick goes to right. How does this line-up look'to the should be pretty good. I Vancouver, -June Lynch also has a line on a couple Westminster lacrosse team again up-- of 'classy pitchers the coast, and held championship Jby defeating has hopes of landing one of them. Vancouver 4 to 3, although somewhat WESTMINSTER 'AGAIN PUTS VANCOUVEfTAWAY, second, with 57 apiece. Cobb has tak- en the lead away from Collins in''the Then we will have a team that will make them all go. hampered 'by the absence of ttieir fast home-fielder, Spiing. Griffith SPORT base stealers, having 22 to his credit in 39 games. Russel Ford, of the Highlanders lead the regular twirlers this week, with six games won auti none lost. He has taken part in nine games, and has al- lowed but 39 hits and has issued but IS bases on balls. Vaughn is another Highlander pitcher who comes way up in me list, and is a big factor in keep- ing the York bunch ;well- up. in the race 'this season. Vaughn hah Jet Olson go for a small the Vancouver point, had to consideration, alter the player hiade during the last 'half owing to an-'in-" -f known a desire to play under Lynch... Jury to his eyes. The game was lair-" "r "7 Bainstead was released Saturday, NEGRO PREACHER liant happenings. Dudley's and 01- Schultz. O'Hayer came along with a mcant single, a double, two walks and eleven games, five 'out hit by pitched ball and allowed' a base. His two-bagger was timely l son's throws to the plate from deep :riice timely double bctfwccn left .-Innffinld wm-n commendable, right which allowed Chick a they got.'no results from the were highly commendable, tage they had in the fartd_'O'Hayer's spectacular reaching j romp home. and quiet Ward up, singled to got two -and High River one in the fourth was close and strenuous" as to play. The final score was five to three. Lethbridge proved, to be a good team Ly defeating a good team, but 'to then goal keeper must go the bulk of the credit, for he was certainly the busiest man" of the two dozen. High River leading by a very wide margin in the number of shots on goal. They de- be. thrown to the j centre, O'Hayer tried to score from hag, but diverted by the wind, was j second but was nipped at the plate, a fine exhibition of skill, and Mack- in's accurate pegs to the plate to" re- tire would-be scorers, were rich alike. served -to win and fairly won." the victory was SEE ALSO PAGE FOUR ADDITIONAL SPORTS. on Olson's fine throw from the out- field. The Angels tucked on another run a "run: Olson, .Brandon's star- outfielder, now i in the sixth which proved to be their with Lcthhridge, made some, pretty i last'tally for. the evening's peribrm- Johnny Mackinrbroke things up ih the eighth with the bases full, by a nice hit to "centre; which cleaned the bases with the aid of a had throw to third. f. Chick is an "unselfish player. He had a chance to complete a double play alone, but preferred to let Johnny Mackin in on it. ot.which he has won and one of which was' lost. He has pitched three tie games and two of'his victories' have been shut-outs. He has' showed markable control for a left-hander, is suing but 12 passes in 11 games." The averages follow: Says Ministers Who Oppose Fight Are Silent About Lynching in i the South "f T1 ance. A perfect piece of fielding would have stopped it, but disasters will happen. After Sullivan popped j Seven'hits were made and up a foul to Lynch, Cooper swatted same number Qff Heinrich_ men between They them. 4. catches, too, and threw with deadly precision to the home plate. The one who came :in for the hulk of attention was our new slab artist Avery. He is but a youngster, but a peach of a drive labeled for three I the way he delivered the goods Sat-j bags. Bues followed with a ground-I The [ormcr urclay evening, marks htm as a comer U to Mackin, and Cooper made for walkfid twQ and'-gavc six hits. who will make the best of them step I home. Mackin's throw had him'beat at a lively pace. He has everything, however, and the runner turned and Speed, and curves with wonderfully i went back toward third. He was sharp breaks, make him a pitcher to j caught between the bases and ap- be reckoned with. It was thought jpcared like a doomed man, but Head that he would prove wild. That be-j dropped a throw from Lynch, picked ing the case the wind surely had a jit up and hit the runner in the back fine chance to show him up, but he j with the ball and let him score. Bues 1 only walked two men on balls. ;now on third. Rodosy walked. Avery got away with two binglcs. very'good start for any new player, and-something phenomenal for a pitcher. cisco Will Handle Jack Johnson's Business Affairs for a While San Francisco, ;Cal., June 11 Torn Flanagan, who came to San Fran- assist Jack Johnson in his training, will act as business manager for the colored champion .until after the big fight was the announcement made this afternoon by Johnson in a signed statement, in which he says: "Tom Flanagan will help me man- age my business affairs until July 5r 1910. He is respected the world over tor his honesty. Flanagan spent his time and money developing Tom Long- boat and other famous runners. "I am sorry I cannot have Flanagan with me for a longer period, but his business interests in Canada require his attention, and he would not'con- sent to absent himself from them any longer." As a matter of fact this statement means that Johnson wi I conduct his own business affairs. Flanagan and Sis Hart will do the clerical work, b.ut it will be attached to all contracts. George Little, aside from making threats 'to acquaintances in the down- town section about stopping the fight, kept himself quiet. He again attempt-, od to have Chief of Police Mar-tin in- terfere, but the latter refused to take any part in the controversy. Johnson served notice on the proprietors of his training camp that he would not remain if Little were allowed around the quarters, and the Chicagoan was conspicuous today by his absence Johnson in the morning went the course of something Hkc 12 miles. ever, the real test will come on the road. The visitors succeeded in bringing Woods fannod.; Three out. The pace in the Lethbridge half of the sixth became too hot for Bran- sheir first tally in through an error 1 don and their.defence fell in with a by Dudley. fipst up fanned, j crashf lhus first to bat foul- Then O'Brien was passed. MAROONS WERE EASY .Medicine Hat, June ;L slug- gers' battle the notoriously hitting Maroons were easily vora U.-J, although they played most Two home runs, four three-saokers, and five two-baggers, contributed ir.a- Toronto, June Bun Clarke, ex-Tecumseh, is leav- ing today for Vancouver, where he will play goal this season for the Vancouver team. Con Jones is giving Bun Clarke ?50