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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta MIE LETIIBRIDUtt HERALD Wednesday, ALL THE LOCAL AND.WORLP-ffFO REMOST EVENTS TABER PUT GAME ON ICE IN FIRST INNINGS Lethbridge Pitcher Put Ball Across the Centre of the Pan Repeatedly and the Visitors Swatted in Four Runs-Taber Scored Three More in the Fifth on Home Run Ky A. B. Cook-Lethbridge in the Fifth and L-sthb'ridge was due to show thi fainous comeback stuff last night i the be.ll park, but the comeback sUift did not materialize. In fact the coim hack'theory which the favorites ha been "cherishing for the past whil back received a -terrific jolt in mid ribs-ra solar plexus. ha maker. Lethbridge was slaughtered Murdered In the First Tab'er crashed into the Lethbridge 'diOrice right off the reel with dir 'results, and scored enough runs .i: the first innings to put the game o: iqe, because it was seen that th assortment of crescendo slants that Cray; had on tap looked good to win Gray Had Everything Grfcy was the original air tigW tid. 'He appeared to be in the besl of: form and had everything. He should had a shutout to hi credit until the ninth, but fate wa against him in the fltth when Evan laced one to right for a single which iweht awry between Cook and Barber, rrhe hit was -good for a single, -but A, B. .Jumbled .the .Barber, jumped In and picked it up and shot it to- l CHASING COOK'S HOMER -wards second. But Cook was in the way, and received, it on the bean, the oall being diverted.towards the. right field foul line. The play bewildered the Taber gardeners.aid.an infielder went after the' ball, but .before it was recovered Evans-had made the plate Locals-Died Hard Lethbridge scored their neat run fthe ninth. Pulley '.poled one to- left for two.hags. Then Green walk- ed Meyars was hit to pitcher and -Pwilay scored when. Phippen ground- ed -to second: Lethbridge looked dan- gerous xwhen Seldenbecker beat out hit to short That Jen. me bases lull, again WJtli J up The that. Jesh could de was to lay one dowa.to short. Green was.ghot dead at hotqe, while Meyers through a delay in. taking third, was caught ten lett from third for the last out. Picking "Why "Phippen laid'them down, m the groove four 'times in succession in the first innings when he had so much other stuff up his aleeve.'is a Suizle rtby Lee, first up cracked a miraerous one at.Josh Moore which was too to handle. The ball was high across the centre of the pan and was hit ou the nose. Leper picked out one oE a like variety and it over short for a single. again laid one down in the groove for Campbell, which meant a two Lee and Leper Gras picked orw out to his liklns, be- ing over the scoring Camp- bell Judson got oil pn an error With Cook out, hit by, n batted ball, Farrar struck out, but a passed ball with Barber at bat let. Gray score. Bar- ber ended the .disastrous session by a grounder to second which caught him at first T.he figures show four hits, four runs, ari .error and a passed ball dur- ing this spasm Bad Fifth was again destined to have things goingUheir In the fifth guaug.-me" the> brought up the scoie to the to of 'seien, and then thej scored 'till more. The fifth contained the big AFTER THE UMPIRE surprise and the feature of the game, with A. B. Cook, the cen- tre of'attraetion. With two men down and two men on the bases Cook swung onla high.one on the outside'of the plte and fairlj tore the cover off the ball. .It .was an-awful swat, the .ball sailing high and far between left anil centre. Cook isi better known as a hookey or lacrosse pUynr or a town, lot surveyor rather than a ball play er and the local batters had reason to believe that bj passing up the hard sitting Judson jhej would mike a :hlrd out at Cooks expense. Cook paid his respects to of :hose who designed for his banishment ly clouting OIK one of -the cleanest lome nns that has ever been re- corded it the Battiy Made Good Phippen and Sellars the new Leth irldge batten proved all that they were cracked up to be On. the re- end Sellars had a pass ball against him, hut otherwise he was efficient and capable displaying the ar marks of a w ell aea-oned ball play !r Phippen was ineffective in the irst innings He failed to mix his of er'ng and tne result was a lambast inf that took the locals off their feet ut after the first innings disaster, 'lappen tightened up and disputed i much cunniBt In manipulating the ,411 as bis crafty opponent Grav The ilth was a piece'of hard luck for Phip- pen, Cook did the unexpected which s alwajs an ever present prowler uound baseball games But [thai lidn't nVattevTaber -won the game in he tint Jnninn The Fielding "The fielding: of the both teams was nearlv perfect There was sharp nd fast .work exhibited but the same was more of a pitchers battle than anything elee; 1 pfvn on Merits ffaber hai a ball team of some class and wen lift night on their merits. The'vieitors presented form- A FAST GAME AT PINCBER Macleod Defeated the Local Club by 1 to 0 in Six Innings Umpire Gets in Trouble Creek, June Innlpo of.tie.fasteit -ball ever jar.the local yard were enough to MUbllsb temporary 111 ytrtafto- mer the local ball nine Tbe kettle a diitiict league clash ended up with Macleod up 9be fane, vae a pitchers battle between Spud Murphy and the local artlit, Dapper It WM an even break ao far aa the pitching honors irere but tbe MacIeoU iltui to Deeper In tbe fltth, and Witt the tMltion of a Xttle tneehall hick, iucoewted in''letting one man a of rootera, every effort will be made to trim Cardtton In both games A dotfkte tMMter will be play Results of Games National Boston., Walloped Brooklyn Boston, June locals Imtt-ed two Brooklyn pitchers lodtiy, and won easily by S to 2. Slow work oil the bases by tho visitors kept their .score down. Score; Boston 100 052 S 12 Brooklyn 100 010 2 9 2 Tyler and Harldan; and Phelps. Chicago P'layed Faulllittly Cincinnati. Juno de- feated Cincinnati today byr2-to 0. Suggs was always effective, but poor support lost for him. KIchle pitched flue ball, and his team-mates perform- ed faultlessly behind him Chicago 100 000 240 Cincinnati ___000 000 5 -1 Richie and Archer; and Clarke. New York Wins Again New York. June York ag alii defeated Philadelphia in a close game, the result being 3 to 2. Ames pitched well, and great fielding by Murray 'helped pull him "through. Schultze's passes brought about tiis fall. New York's first two ruus be- ing scored without a hit. Kinley did well for the visitors, though his er- ror at the plate in the fourth was costly. Score Philadelphia 000 2 .8 1 New York 010 101 3 G American St. Louis Shut Out Chicago, June shut out St. Louis, 7 to 0, in the final game of the series today. The locals pounded out four triples. Score: Chicago Oil 001 7 10 0 St. Louis 0 0-2 Benz and Kuhh; Allison and Ste- phens Detroit beet Cleveland Cleveland, Ohio, June Lake was hit harder than of 'the tetter's- passes resulted in runs ind enabled Detroit to win, 4 :to-'l. Both -teams fielded sensationally, icore: Cleveland 000 001 1 SI Detroit. '.'i' 200 110 4 S 0. Krapp and 0 Nelll Lake and Stan age. Phillies and Highlanders Broke Even Philadelphia June York and Philadelphia evon here to day the scores U to 6 and 11 to 1. New York won the first game in 'the ninth, inning on Sweeney's tri- ple, and Maloney's infield. Quinn was.-knocked'off -tha rubber, in the second inning of game. Scores: First New York 000 113 6 11 2 Philadelphia 000 122 5 12 2 Fisher Warhop and Sw eeney Plank and Bender and Egan. Second New York 000 000 IS 5 Philadelphia ..050 210 14 3 Quinn, Thompson and Sweeney, Coombs aad Lapp. v Senitori Split a Double Washington Juie '6 ashmgton and Boston broke .even today In-.-a double header, the home club winning the first encounter by 3 to 2 In the second game matters were reversed, Boston winning 3 to 0 The scores First-game- Washington 100 001 000 Boston 200 000 000 Groom and Henrj, 0 Bneu and Car- rigan: Second j Boatoll 000 102 3 4, 0 Waihmgton 000 000 032 Wood and Cads Johnson ;and Ain smith. Association Minneapolis 8, Milwaukee 6, Indianapolis i Toledo 2 Louisville'7, Columbus, 2 St Paul 5, Kansas City J International Jcrsej Citj 7, Montreal 6. Toronto 12, providence 6 Providence 9, 'Toronto 7 Buffalo 7, Baltimore t, Baltimore 6, Buffalo. 3 Newark 2, Rochester 0. Canadian Brantford 4, CHUCwa.3. St Thomas 11, Berlin 1 Brantford 2, Ottawa: 1. Central International Superior 10, Grand Forks 3 Duluth J, Winnipeg 0 3, Duluth 3 KILBANE WILL DEFEND FiATHMWEIBHT TITLE Kansas City, June Dlx- oil, champion featherweight of IM South, wan matched here last night, to meet Johnny Kilbtne for the -world? featherweight champion at Cleveland on July 4th The bout will W twelve rounds. Standings Today National New York Pitlsburg Chicago Cincinnati Brooklyn Philadelphia St. -Louis Boston 40 11 34 23 32 24 ii 'S 22 33 it ij 25 30 t'J 42 American .Boston Chicago Washington Philadelphia Dejroit Cleveland Now York 13 :n; 21; 36 27 31 31 30 3-1 27 31 IS 3S 17 U International Rochester Baltimore, Jersey City Newark Toronto Buffalo Providence Montreal 35 27 35 30 30 31 29 31 27 30 27 35' 20 35 50 i 53J 492 484 474 436 427 Association Columbus Toledo Minneapolis Kansas Milwaukee St. Paul Indianapolis Louisville 48 27 .C40 46 26 .639 42 25 627 35 35 .500 30 43 .411 30 43 .411 28 43 .385 25 42 .374 Burn's Football Cup On View at Hill- crest-League Standing Hillcrest, June cup donat- ed bv Messrs.. P.. Burns and Cunipunv for which the various teams in. tb Pass League are competing is ,noiv on view at Hillcrest. The cup is a mas stve'silver aiTair mounted upon an ebony base, the whole standing al- most two feet high. The present standing of the competing teams is is follows P W L D PU Hillcrest 12115 Blairmore 3201 5 Colenan 1121 Burmis '110' Illlc 30311 Hillcrest and Colenian have .both played- the same number of games Blairmore, although having played one'game less "than these, two teams, ties with' Hillcrest for the first place for the time being Trigger and Trap Livingstone Takes the Button Gentle zeohers and threatening rain, nothing of the sultry at- even these eouTd.keep the shooters away from their favor tie ibaunt, the traps, last night. J. Livingstone carried home, the button although followed hard by a couple of the old veterans The scores weie J Squad No 1 A-f B Stafford 18 K D Johnston 10 J Livingstone 20 V 'B Green 15 T Yuell 13 Squad No. 2 W S ShtTver 16 E 2 J Glemster 33 R ingstone 19 Squad No. 3 A B Staftord 20 D Johnston 16 J Livingstone 23 V E Green 13 T Yuell 15 i Squad No 4 W S Shover 40 J Glenister 12 R Livingstone 18 J L Manwaring 5 BULLETINS 'ST MARY'S (JTRENGTENED Tile Si Man s will plaj match in 'the Sunday School .league Fndav evening The team has been greatly strengthened in their weak position and expect to make the .St: Cyprian's go the pace The following Will represent St. Marya: Knowltoi goal, Field and Holland A Mathews Wren and H Collins, backs; Beinbridgo, Gladwin, Dixon, Bestwick, Grist, sfprwards.' oaerv.es R Mathews J Mason, Hhlttal Swift1 ST CYPRIAN'S LINEUP The following players will represent St. Cyprian's in .their game with St. Marys, on Fleetwood groundj on Fri day evening Hawkins, Ilolborton Lee Palmer, Nookes Wootlon, Pin ner, Perry, Wilson, Crammer, and Dal- zell, (Capt) Kick off 1 p m players that cannot turn out, giegb aoUIy aecrtlary once. THE CANADIAN LIGHT WEIGHT CHAMPION SHIP BATTLE AT BASSANO Big Crowd of People will Invade Damsite Town Tonight Allen and Bayley Ready for the Burns Referee Calgary, June Tommy Burns, announces the Bujh.) bout tonight at Bassano, UK biggest boxing mutch ever held in Canada For- some Ihue the talk or the contest has not entered the attention .of followers of boxing on Bassano and when the bout starts, the ftaMi tht, tepoUb of it to Lverj neuspapei ut importance from Toronto and Detroit to ilit, ciliu of Seattle and Vancouver The-contest-will go IS "rounds for the Flanagan-Bell', emblematic o[ the lightweight championship of Canada ioirim Bums will refciCL the bout and will announce'the- boxers as Billy A champion lightweight of East ern Canada, and Joe B-n lej, holder of the. same championship in West- ern Canada. Both', men will weigh'in during the afternoon-ami should tip both in the pink of condition and the scales at The) are are evenly- matched antParc prepared to stand 01 fall bj the icMilt It will bo no crude "prize fight, but a highl} scientific .exhibition'-, ot the -manly art In the, two most skilful evponenls o! the game in. their'cliss in Canada to- Three preliminaries .have been ar- ranged to the crowd with entertainment before the. big altnr. In the first, 1 on m) Burns will put on in exhibition with his, brother, Lddie Brusso Lddie is a boxer of no mein'repute and the six rounds will- be. inieresiing. It will the patrons an opportunity to up the cb tmpion Tho between Cyclone fccott, Joe Bailey's clever sparring partner He will stack up against Bill Lewis, a lightweight hilling from Seattle -ind'vvho i well known all 'oi'-cr the 'coast' as a boxer ot mer- it The third preliminary and last, before the start of the mam bout will be between Kid'Lucas, a sparr- ing partner of Billv Allen and Me Cartv the Bassano who made i name and fame for InnMli bv. his spectacular goal Keeping in the Weslr ern Hockey League last w mtei Those who have seen McCarty manipulate the gloves he is a good one and iuca.1 tupr watch with interest lust hon the is able to jimiiflf when he mteu> Lucis Ba-sano has extensile pro parations for the accommodatioi of he big croud which will altc-d the bouts Special sleepers, are being run irom and Victoria, and the pqir-ts near to Bassano, especially L'algarvf, Edmonton I elhbridge and Mrdicme Hat will contribute seieral thousand spectators, to saj -milling of who will go from the small or towns' nearhv, and of course flas- sano itself will ne- (here to the last In the altecnflon and Bacsano meet in the Western Canidi league gan e Ihc boosters bale just returned this week frofrt walloping ndmonton, ind the game should be a good one, especially in view of the anticipated changes of both the Ed monton and Bassano lineups OPENING GAME FOR HERALD TROPHY The fist match, in the South AI betta JMstriet league foi the Leth bridge Herald trophy will be plal at Grassv Lake on Mondnv, Inls 1st between the team of that town and Taber. "AFTER YOU" (as'.the polite mosquito said) smoked n Elite Special ligar woie sure K on 11 smoke no' other Tis the 'best on the market for the money Made from selected stock by nkillcd hands ?une ,uilled In fl.i vor and quality (The Lllte Special fs'tSe 3 for 26c par excellence. Can't be beat. ELITE CIGAR STORE PHONE 1318 MARKETS LETHBRIOGE MARKETS Market lead JJ Stationary prices still-prevail on tho local market today. Wliolesfclo hous- es are buying with cure, owing to the extreme hea't of -the past, week. In n taw weeks this year's spring chickens should bo rciuly.for tho market. -Strict- ly fresh eggs lira "not oyor-rilontlful yet.: Within the past twonty-foiir hours a .welcome ,ralii has fallen In this vicinity, which will help uleng tho tiiurket gardeners No. J. North-era No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern O.SO 0.81 0.69 0.55 0.42 0.81 0.80 0.79 0.69 0.42 21.00 23.00 28.00 29.00 No. 1 Alberta No. 2 Alberta lied No. 3 AHiertu Hed No. -i Alberta Red, MH.-.C Albortu Red No. 6 Alberta. lied Bran, per Ion Shorts, per ton Outs, per ton, sucked Rolled oats Vegetable! Potatoes, per c'wt. Potatoes, per ton Beets per lb Carrots, per lb. Turnips, per lb. Cabbige pei lb Parsnips Onions, per !u .j. Butter, and Eggi: Daily butter Cietmery buttei Eggs fresh Cattle on the Hoof Steers per pound Cows, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Steers, dressed, per pound Sheep: Llie per ewt 500 Dressed, per cwt, ;j 11.00 Poultry: Geese, live .._ "14 Tuikeys 022 Chickens 015 Towl 012 Ducks 013 Hogs: Dressed nei lb Oil Live, per 0.08 1.45 to 2.00 28.00 to 35.00 02 0.1% OOi 0 .j. 0.05 025 .03" 1. 0.11 0.12 THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKED Open 109% 100V1 44 H Winnipeg, Man., .Tune 27 grain markets opened and elo day as follows: Julv October Oats- July >i Octobe- t Ex. No 1 Peed, July Flax- Jllly !00 July lfib Cash -Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern v No. 2 No. 3 Northern INO 4 No. 5 No. 0 Feed Oats- No 2 C. W. No 3 0 W Ex. No. 1 Feed No 1 Feed 2 Feed No 4 Rejected Minneapolis'Wheat qpen .111% September 107 D-ecember 107'A Chicago Wheat Open July HO September 106'-6 December 106M.. 1 Tho ?ed to- Close 4414 19 109 ii- 106'a 101% 76 H 63% 56% IT-i 32'" 43 12 5S 56 4S Oloes '110% Close Matinee Races at the Exhibition Track On 1st' Dnri Smith the meet a 1st,