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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tlie SWEET More sold than all other brands combined [BASEBALL SCORES mmfmmmmtmmf NATIONAL (SATURDAY) At; Pittsburg-Pittsburg S, Chicago Leever and Gibson and Ritchie; Keulbach aud Kling. At St. game, St.'Louis 1', Harmon and Bresna- han; Doyle, Clark and .Mc- Lean. Second game, St. Louis 0, Cincinnati '4; Backman. Corridon, Wil- lis and Bresiiahan; Rowan, Burns and -McLean. At New 1, vork-4; McQuillan, Foxeii and.Jack- lltsch; -Mathewson aud Myers. At 1, Boston 3; Bell and Burton; Matterley and Gra- nam. (SATURDAY) At 4, Cleveland 0; Scott and Payne; Young and East- At Louis 2, Detroit 1; Ray and Stephens; Summers and Stan aSeV At 4, York 7; Johnson, Henrich and Street; and Sweeney. At 1, Phila- delphia, 2; Collins and Kleinow; Plank and Donahue. NORTHWESTERN (SATURDAY) .At'. 3, Vancou- ver 0; Annis and Byrnes; Jensen and Lewis. At 4, Seattle 1; Shea; Hinkle and Heni'- menway. EASTERN (SATURDAY) At Jersey game, Buffalo 1, Jersey City 2; second game, Buf- falo 1, Jersey City 2. At game, Mont- real 2, Providence 3; second game, .Montreal 0, Providence 3. At 2. Balti- more At 7, Newark S NATIONAL (SUNDAY) At Chicago- Chicago................... 7 o 51. 2 S 2 .At Cincinnati- Cincinnati C 5 1 Pittsbtirg 3 9 0 AMERICAN (SUNDAY) .At Cleveland- Chicago 4 6 3 Cleveland................. 5 8 2 At i. 5 2 St. Louis..................4 7 i EASTERN (SUMDAY) At Jersey City- Jersey City........--....___'o 4 o Buffalo.................... 1 29 At 2 5 3 ASSOCIATION (SUNDAY) At Kansas Indianapolis 5 9 2 Kansas City ....___.....11 12 0 Second 3n 2 Kansas City 6 11 i At -Milwaukee 7 12 5 .Louisville 3 40 At Minneapolis 4 64 Toledo .........___....... 5 12 2 Second -Minneapolis 0 2 l Toledo.................... 2 60 At St. SL Paul................. 4 S-'o Columbus.....___......... 0 30 Second St. Paul ___.............. S S 4 Columbus................. 1 4 2 NORTHWESTERN (SUNDAY) Vancouver ___............ 0 G 2 Tacoma................... 3 D 1 Seattle................... 123 Spokane.................... 6 10 3 According to Tom Jones, manager of Ad Wolgast, the next fight for the .light-weight championship of the world will be between Battling Nelson the present chjxmp'ion, Wolgnst. It Is likely that it will take place in San Fmncisco before Sid Hester's club some time next fall, Xelson has been persistent in going .after Wolgast for another match ever since his de- feat and loss of title last spring. Xel- son visited Milwaukee recently and the promise from Jones that he would give Nelson the first. ch.iTirR providing the terms are acceptable. Wolgast will go to the coast to see the Jeffries fight The champion did not break his arm in his boun with Jack Hedmond, merely bruising the rous- CARDSTON PUT IT OVER WARNER Daily Herald, Monday, June 27, One Bad Innings Caused the Downfall of the Latter' Watner, June 21.-The Boomerangs left Warner Wednesday the at New Stirling, proceeded The ball game tonight will commence aud Umpire Longenecker will oliiciate. Kdmontoii vs Leilib'rldge.'. "r- -I- -T- 41 -I- at first glauce lite a safe one. No one expected him to reach the ball, and perhaps he was as much surpris- ed as the rest of them, Mark Spencer umpired the game and to r-mktnn TI D> Proved-a ver.y capable official., Not a iLeU lo 15 registered and the I game was entirely free from .the Shortly after five play was caued) squabbling which so often makes base and it was the real article right from a '.tiresome c the start. The fielding was clean ana Payers alike, snappy throughout, and a tiresome ordeal for spectators snappy throughout, and the game was The Cardston players arp replete with sensations. I sportsmen with whom it is a real 'jlcasul'e to The crowd was a large aud The scoring all happened in the fourth. In Warner's half Applin bang ed a stinging single between first and second, {Warner's only thii middle cushion and also the third sack. Then after a brief respite the big fellow ambled home on.a passed ball. enthusiastic; throng. ed but that homer the populace came '.wildly-jubilant, and when very When. Perry 1 R- bo the scores were notched, pande- reigned. Hats, caps, mits and other movable articles 'were Perry, of the; "True in the air, and 'excitement their half of the fourth drove a siz- high- liner to deep left The ball soared over a wire fence and before it could be returned the runner had crossed the pan. Appiiu was pitch-, a steady arid effective game, but! The Blues had a wholesome respect for Luker's. throwing powers, and were diary jibout attempting steal The on the infield handi- UU at; this juncture1 the Blues began to i caPPed players in fielding ground connect with his delivery, and, assist-i bails. ed by a couple of fumbles caused by At night a dance was given in hon- the long grass, got three men on the cr of .the Warner boys and a thor- bags. A high throw to Grady let in funcfion it was. Tim tWO Counters and n. hii, in flnrtf in Pitched Excellent Ball and Maroons Were Easy Victims Saturday June Lynch's Lethbridge... Miners took the" last game of the series -with the Maroons iu easy fashion today, the final count being? toS. Pleh .twirled great ball for the winners, only one hit being 7iiade off.aim until the eighth, when he weakened long enough to award Winnipeg three runs. Sjielser's offer- ings were easy to the visitors, who collected no less than fifteen safeties. The Maroons are in bad shape, Ducky Holmes being put out of the game on Saturday with a split Piper left Saturday night for Toronto with his sick .wife. AB R .H O A E Olson, if i; 2 Q 0 Head. 3b i i 4 0 Chick, 2b .4 02240 Lynch, c 4 017 0 0 Uudley, cf 4 0 1 i A) p O'Hayer, lb '-I 1 i 12 0 0 Ward, rf r, i i i o 1 Van Ward, ss -1 11120 pieh, P........... 5 l 20 40 two counters and a hit brought another. With three men on bases and none gone Berg took the box. floor was in good condition arid the Cardston "boys hosts. The; bcvy provec! inimitable of pretty uaiiiatis two men up drove grounders to wn9. graced Llie' hail with their pres- Millham, who played the ball home, were a charmin cutting off the men occupying third. Next man went out Berg to first, and there was no further scoring. In the remaining Innings Berg had the game well in hand, and the "Blues" were never dangerous. During the third period "Red" of Cardston, pitched himself but of ,1 bad pinch. Warner had three on the cushions and no one out. A hit or two at this point would have entire- i ly changed the aspect pi 'the but no hits were forthcoming, for the long fellow burned them over, i striking out two and forcing.-the next man to pop a fly. It was good .work "Red." In the second Warner pulled off the only double made during the game. Giles drove a liner at took it in and tagged Ellison who had taken a long lead, before he could get back to first. The Blues first baseman stabbed a hot liner for Luker's bat that looked lot, and made on the suscep- a: lasting impression tible hearts -of several of our men. _ The. Boomerangs evidently made a hit, for nothing was overlooked that might add to the pleasure of their stay, and" they pn their part look for- ward with pleasurable anticipation to a second visit. -VAN WARD RELEASED: GRIMES DUE TO PITCH Shortstop Van has been-released to Winnipeg by He failed to make good. The ex-Regina tv.-irler, Grimes, >-ill probably pitch the-Miners tonight. Johnny Mackin in all prob- a'bility will be back in the game, tonight. V42 7 15 27 14 1 AB R H 0' A E jfiper, 2b i r A C i Lohr, cf 40 l 300 Isbell, lb 4 00 7 11 Holmes, 3b 00 02 0 Kngel, ss 4 0 0 4 l 3 Wdmonds, rf 3b 3 0 0 11 0 Wilson, rf 7, i 22 00 Anderson, c 4 l i 2 0 ypeiser, p 300131 Larson, rf j.1 0000 1 'i 32 3 .5 24 14 S By Lethbndge Winnipeg Summary: Two-base hits, Olson and Piper; three-base Olson, .Ward: stolen bases, O'Hayer 2; sacrifice hits, O'Hayer, Van Ward; bases on balls, off Speiser 2, off Pieh 3; struck out, 'by 'Pien 7, by Speiser 1: hit by pitcher, Chick and Dudley; wild pitch, Hieh; time 1.55; Umpire Wheeler. third-bagger, is in the hospital, Trip- lett, Hurley and Irby are suffering from sprains. Others have broken fingers. So the team leaves on the trip in rather a bad condition. Score 3-2. Moose Jaw .....110 000 10 2 Edmonton ......001 000 3 l Batteries Smithson and Bliss Orady and Spencer. Umpire, Longe' necker. WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost ij. Calgary 30 jj Medicine Hat 24 15 Kdmonton 24 16 Lethbridge 18 24 -Moose Jaw 15 20 Winnipeg 17 23 Brandon 17 25 Hegina 12 24 C. 732 015 GOO ,429 .429 ,425 .405 MINERS MADE A GOOD SHOWING The local fans have no reason to complain ef showing that the Lethbridge team has made on the road in their late tour. They have five and lost six. The team com- menced badly, losing -the three games, but after that they more than held their own.: Here is a list of the games and how they came out: Her Style Considered About Perfect of ladies' golf chaw- OTHER W. C L. GAMES CARNEY PROVED TO V BE A SORE LOSER Regina, -June a desperate ef- fort to retrieve the Carney threw every available man into the game, and when in the ninth, after some ragging with the umpire, Man- ager Carney was led away by a con- I stable, there was no one to replace him and the game had to be forfeit- ed to Regina. In the ninth with Re- gina a run ahead and two men down Carney objected to a strike and later to a fine, and finally was ejected. Lethbridge 5 ifoose Jaw Lethbridge ____ ____ _____ 3 -Moose Jaw 4 Lethbridge o Hegina 4 Letlibridge 7 Regina n Lethbridge Lethbridge Brandon Letnbiidge ..7............ 3 Brandon 8 Lethbridge............... 2 Brandon 3 BIG SHOOTING TOURNAMENT Authorized By Interstate As- sociation Here Next Month On July 8th and 9th Alberta Gun Club of Lethbridge hold its annual tournament. Outside of the Gun Club members this announcement may not cause any great amount of interest at first, but for the benefit of the general. public it might be well to let them know that the tournament this year is not by any means a small affair. For the past two months the secre- tary of the club has been busy cor- responding with people all over Can- ada and the United States, and many people who never heard of Lethbridge before will be here to shoot and see Lethbridge grow. The chief attrac- tion at the shoot will be the hand- some and valuable Alberta's Pride Challenge Cup, donated by the Leth- bridge Brewing Malting Co., Ltd., being-.the most valuable trophy ever put up for trap shooting in Western Canada. The tournament being authorized by the Interstate Association and held under the Association rules, makes ifc [important and brings "Lethbridge prominently before the large' gun, powder and cartridge manufacturers of the east, many of whom have sig- nified their intention of sending a rep- resentative to the shoot. This all helps to boost Lethbridge, and the officers of the Gun Club hope and trust that the people of Lethbridge will recognize and support their ef- forts by giving publicity and by boosting the tournament on July 8th and 9th. Lethe ridge Winnipeg Lethbridge 4 Winnipeg 5 Lethbridge 7 Winnipeg.................-3 LETHBRIDGE TENNIS CLUB. A, handicap tournament of ladies and men's singles will 'be held on the local courts, beginning July 4th, open to all members of the club. Those wishing to take part will liand In their names to the secretary on or be- 'fore Thursday, June 30th. An en- trance 25c. will be charged. CARON RUNNER WON Winnipeg, June Telegram read race, 20 started at 18k. Saturday, in a gruelling heat was won by W. A. 'Forsyth, of Caron, Sask., in 2 hours, 16 mins., 35 sees., Geo. Lee, of Oakpoint, Man., and J. Wirth, Brandon, being second and third respectively. HAVE To Hold Fight In Nevada is the Cry of Reformers. Columous, Ohio, June L. Rockwell, chairman of the Jtop the fight" postcard movement, which claimed a share of the responsLbuity jfor preventing the Jefiries-JoTmson fight in California announced that a similar movement of protest to Gov- ernor Dickerson would be started against the holding of the contest in Nevada. Ten thousand petitions dir- ected to the Governor will be sent to prominent people throughout the country, and the recipients will be ask to get 20 to 500 signatures to each. Attorneys for "Stop That Fight" League maintain that there is no authorization in Nevada laws for a .contest as proposed. They say the law .passed for the Benefit of tne Cor- bett-Fitzsimmons contest !n 1807 pro- vided only for glove Contests. C.UUU HJJ.I11. YOU CANNOT EXPECT GOOD LUCK V t in your fishing or shooting, unless you have the right the right yuns and ammunition. They'll be all right if you get them here. SO WILL THE WALL TENT and camp outfit we supply. if' there's anything for sport we haven't got come anil ,tell us what it is.. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co, PHONE 1032 412 ROUND Carmangay Triumphant Carmangay, June 24.-The' blazing sun sky made Mid-summer's-Day, an'ideal one f0r the return match of the two teams, Carmangay- and Barons, played on the'Carmangay diamond. The, town is full of automobiles and rigs from every' part of the district, and it- will be the early hours of the morn- ing before some of them move out, again, as a dance has been arranged, for in the opera house, which will keep old and young busy for several hours- When, we entertain friends we go at it -with tlie idea of making it an event to be remembered by one'aad all as a right down jolly time. The game was not all that had been expected, every one had for- ward to a closely contested" fight, none were more surprised than Carmangay themselves' to find that it was an easy win for them. The score at the close of pJay -was "This is the second time tLVbi two teams have 'met, the result being in Car- mangay's favor each time. They are due to' meet again ou July 22nd on Baron's ground, and look to it if they wish to regain lost; laurels. Taber Beat Raymond "Taber, June best-baseball game of the .season was played be- tween Raymond and the locaL' team on the recreation grounds here to- night. The Raymond team-came over in autos, all got here about 5 p.m. The, game started at 6.30, and for the first four innings it looked blue, for Tafaer, the score at one time being 5-0 in favor of the visitors. during the last three innings theTa: ber, boys did a few fast stunts, and the game resulted 7-6 in favor of Taber. western pitchers were a little Manning being touched for three doub- les and a single in the fourth, before lie was relieved, two singles and an error letting in the winning run in seventh. Calgary...........000 002 5 1 I Regina ..........000 200 7 5 Batteries Manning, Geehan and Stanley Skeels and Mclntosh. Um- pire, Flaherty. M followed by several hun- spectators. A strong wind wns blowing when Miss Grant Sntflo. a bcotswoman, playing from the Sun- game is vorv fino ;md her notc.1 1 arm, arc won not bent j much nt r.he at the end of nor .swing. This gives nowor and com- mand. with an apnearance of great HEINRICH WON A PITCHERS' BATTLE Brandon, June seven in- nings Hcinrich and Nelson waged a j great pitching battle, but in the j eighth Nelson weakened, after strik- ing out McDonnell, and seven hits, in- cluding; two snd three baggers added 5 to Brandon's score, while Heinrich weakening in the last, allowed a cou- ple of runs to break his gobd record. Brandon .........001 000 10 -I Medicine Hat ..000 000 4. 2 and Cooper; Nelson-and McCarty. Umpire, Smith. Sparkling With Newness Olton, England, started, and the match resulted in an easy win for the former by .6 to 4. According to If, the better golfer won, and her game compares favorably with that of any previous champion. Her long out of bunkers and approaches with deadly accuracy, siio is one of the slowest putters ever seen on a green and often looks up from the ball to the hole as many as ton times before I despatching her put. THE ROBINS THOUGH j CRIPPLED, WON GAME j Moose Jaw, Sask., June son, the little southpaw, had the ijcst of Grady on Saturday by ten hits to three. The score shows good work on bases by the visitors. The Rob- ins' position were considerably chang- ed, Elsey in right, Starkell in left, and Manager Davis at third, all play- ed their positions well. Jones, the We are constantly showing new styles. Almost daily, we are receiving the latest creations in Suits from the famous Fit- Reform designers. These Suits are "the last word11 in 1910 are the richest and hand- somest garments of the season. Stop in and see them. McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for ATHLETIC MEET JULY 1 News From the Front Reno, Xev., June offi- cials here say that about people will fre here to see the fight from the Uity of San Francisco, and about 000 will come from home town, Los Angeles. 41 John L. Sullivan, who is at present in San Francisco, wired a friend here to-day that ne has seen Jack John- son work, and is impressed with the black's condition. 4- Jack Gleason has left' it to Rickard to get things in shape at the arena. Gleason intends to remain in Frisco, for a while setttling up af- fairs at the club's office in the Flan- nery building. -j. The promoters wish it understood that any one holding a ticket certifi- cate can have their money back if they do not attend the fight. It is reported that Jack Johnson has settled with his Bob Little, out of court. The'wad of coin Little received to keep the peace is said to be The fact that Sam Langford and Al Kaufmann will box for a big purse on the morning of July 4, will bring many sports here to see the double attrac- tion. v The arena is the same one in which Hart and Root fouent in. and will seat about 25.000 people. It is locat- ed a half mile from town. It will be remodelled after the big building which has been put up in Frisco, and which would have seated Jeffs training quarters will be at Mo- ana, three miles south of Reno. The negro will be located three miles The present stars of the American rings are a credif. to it in, a good many especially when they are compared with the men who fought in the rears gone by. Few of the cham- pion of today are drinkers and those who do hit the cup which Bacchus brews do not turn their levity into street brawls, but are willing to have their hours of joy in a cafe, quietly and without making themselves ob- noxious to other folk. ;