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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta More sold than all other combined WINNIPEG CREW DOING WELL 'London, June did half ihe course-for the trial yester- day evening. Riley got off to a fast start, striking 40 strokes to the min- ute, which was reduced slightly after the first but bhe four- kept going well reaching the half -way post in three minutes and 32 seconds. Brandon, June game with -Medicine Hat on August 4th will -be transferred to Shoal Lake, where the United Commercial Travellers will hold a big picnic. BASEBALL SCORES! At 7 10 1 St. Louis 3 65 At" York................ 04 3 Philadelphia.............. 2 10 0 At Boston- Boston 2 C 2 .Brooklyn ..___....v....... 3- 7 0 At Chicago ..___............ .0 3 ...........___ o AMERICAN 'Ac "Washington 3 New York 4 Washington ...___.......; 2 York" i" At .Philadelphia 6 Boston ___................' 2 Second game- Philadelphia______...... Boston i At Cleveland- Chicago.................. 2 Brilliant Exhibition at the Ball Park Last Night was by the Local Nine When Victory Seemed Certain Eleven Innings -ScoreB to 2 With a hard earned advantage, and which completed the brace lor their victory well nigh assured, the local evening's performance. Head got a scouts celebrated their tone-coming pass. Chick sacrificed prettily and at the ball-park last evening by suf- whilst Baxter slept with the hall f n tf n nt- J _ A. __ i UA1J. Head rambled around to third. ,It fering a most'.heart-rending defeat. It was easily the classiest game seen on the grounds this year, and eleven innings. We had them beat until the last round, when with one down, Mills scratched a hit along the third ;base line, after which Baxter hit clean between Href, and second, advancing Mills to third. Morse then singled over second, and came in, while Baxter perched himself on second. Cox followed another ibingie in the same iplaee and Baxter rambled home, tieing the score. No more runs were made by the invaders, and as Lethbridge fail- ed to tally'in their' half of the ninth .-was continued'- into the tenth, and then to the eleventh, when Eskimos eased in an odd one, 'which eventually won the game. It of a that. Cox grounded to Chick. He was bent upon retiring Cox tit first, but some- body changed 'his' mind, 'and'he whip- ped the ball hurriedly to third -to get Baxter going from second, hut Head, dently ball, for it. went by him and lodged in the distant 'background, and Bax- ter skated home. Although we started off-well in our half of the eleventh toy Head getting a charity, in the gathering gloom, evi- failed to get "a bead on the G 2 Cleveland 7 r 73 S .3 '7 11 1 EASTERN At Jersey Jersey City ....___....... 5 -Montreal................. 2 At .Newark.................. o Toronto..........___.... 4 At Providence- Providence u Buffalo.................... 5 At Baltimore .Baltimore 0 ASSOCIATION At .....___........ 2 10 9 G j. Olson Picked One Off the Fence 7 0 and hopes rose high for evening up, disappointment' was soon in evidence, as the rest wont down. in. or- der. Every moment of the game was full of life and ginger. There was ev- erything in evidence which is dear 3 to ihe patriots or the game.' Skilful pitching of the most masterly kind Skated Home and Won Game in the Eleventh the was a nice steal. -Lynch then lofted a beauty in the track of 'Ilalley's throw to the plate. Dudley next re- tired the side. As an instance ot _ how completely Grimes had tbe opposing swattsmen at. his Mills in the sixth-bunt- ed down the third-base Une and got safely on, being the first man to suc- ceed since the first inning. Had it been sharply fielded he might have been thrown out handily. After that he was as tight as ever until the ninth. There were features galore, giving flashes of color to the game at. every moment, chief among. them being Olson's sensational rop- ing stunt in left. Morse hit a'choice one between the two eyes and away it sailed to the far suburbs, but Olson was right there to intercept the pill in its mad flight. With a sud- den stab upwards he picked it out of the atmosphere, clean and slick, while the multitude bellowed approbation. Johnny Brennan, the Eskimo clever third sacker, RJSO- contributed io.: the special attractions of the night's per- formance, -when he ran a big city block to rope in Olson's foul fly In the first. Chick was given a prolonged ovation for a like performance when he went into foul territory behind third to gather, in Quigley's fly. Speaking of the Miners, the whole infield worked like a house afire, nead was a ver- itable bull's eye for gathering gun-like fire, but he eats them red hot and likes the brand. O'Hayer and Mac- kin, though the latter wag playing in a crippled condition, took care of ev- erything that came their way. O'- Hayer made a couple of 'beautiful stops of a difficult nature, and there was some class to the leap that Mac- kin took, in the air to gobble in a ter- rific line drive. The of Morse at short, and ine finished catching of Spencer for the visitors was remarkably brilliant. The Eskimos have all ,the appearances of a pennant winning aggregation, but we "will make them go some. PROMISES WELL Good Showing Expected to be Made In Several Events Fine List of Athletes Entered Who the Officials Are AB R, H O -Mills, If.......... 5" 1 2 1 Baxter, Ib........ 2 l 11 Morse, ss .5 0 2 0 Cox, 0 11 Luasi, '........-4 0 0" 5 5 0 0 2 Spencer, c ...'......4 0 0 9 Brennan, 3b 4 00 4 20 0 0 -1 0 0 0 Grady, "p 1 0 0 0 40 3 G 33 15 2 batted for Dellar in ninth. AB R H 0 A E Olson, If 5 0 Head, 3b 1 Chick, ss 4 0 Lynch, c.......... 3 0 Dudley, cf........ '4 1 O'Hayer, Ib 3 0 Ward, rf -___'..... 3 0 Mackin, 2b 4 0 Grimes, p 4 0 0 4 0 3 01 0 5 0 4 1 15 0 1 1 1 1 .0 In speaking of the A.AA.A. meet to be held in the city of Lethbridge on Friday, July 1st next, Secretary john- ston of the managing committee states tnat between forty and fifty entries have .been made. This comprises the num'ber of athletes, and several of these have been entered in numerous events. These athletes are among the 'best that the province can pro- duce and the aggregation of bone and brawn that will be gathered in the city on this occasion will :bid fair to rival that of the ancient Olympic meets during tbe times wnen the Greek and Roman athletes graced the course. Local practices are being held every evening on the Agricultural grounds Tjy the and many gooA records are being made, especially in the sprints. Hurdles for the conven- ience of those practicing arrived last evening and will foe on hand for those wishing to use them. Programmes, containing a list of the officials and of the entries, are now being printed, 'and everything that can go to make the event a big success is being looked after. The events of the meet will be pull- ed off at the Agricultural grounds, where everything will be in readiness at one p.m. Two bands will foe in attendance, the Pipers' Band, under the management of Pipe Major Horn, and also the Lethbridge Citizens' Hand, Kollowing is a list of the officials and directors as picked by the execu- tive Committee of management: Hon. i'res., W. A. Buchanan; Pres., E: A. Cunningham; Vice Pres., J. H. Kelly; Secretary, A. L. Johnston; W. Steven, J. Anderson, W. Scott, Morris Irvine, D. Milne and T. Hall. officials A. Maxwell. Steven. Judges at the De rVeber, W. A. Buchanan, Mayor Ad- ams, Supt. J. 0. Wilson, W. D. L. Hardie and J. H. Kelly. Field S. Galbraith, C. G. K. Nourse, T. S. McKenzIe, W. J. Nelson and J. B. Gibbon. A. Wright, W, J. Armstrong, F. Robins, T. S. Filmer and J. Laurie, Judges oE R. Anderson, T. Hall, D. Milne, W. Scott and M. Irvine. Clerk ol L. Johnston. Assistant clerks of B. Allan and P. H. May. Official D. Austin and A. E. Humphries. Burnett H. Elton. YOU CANNOT EXPECT GOOD LUCK in your fishing or shooting you have the right tackle, the right" guns and ammunition. They'll all right if you get them here. 80 WILL THE WALL TENT and camp outfit we supply. If there's anything for gport we haven't' got come and tell us what it is. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods C6.v PHONE 1032 412 MOUND rr Local Sport Notes BILLY LADDER IN FAST BOUT 33 23 33 11 2 By. E-dmonton Lethbridge......... Summary: Earned runs, Edmonton 2; sacrifice hits, Ward, Chick; sac- rifice Lynch; stolen base, Mills; struck out, by Dellar 5, by Grady 3, by Grimes 5; bases on balls, off Dellar 3, off Grady 1. off Grimes Winnipeg, June fans were treated to something ol the real ar- ticle tonight in the Arena, Lauder and Lucca scrapping a most strenuous and sanguinary affair. The preliminary bccween McLagen and Adams was a brisk ten rounds of- the hit and go order, ooth men being fairly out, Referee Coleman calling it a draw, but McLagen seemed to have The sixth and seventh were in fa- vor of the Italian, aiioough the Scot gradually recovered-from the of the knockdown in the fifth. In the eighth Lander had completely recov- ered and had the best of the round, but received a nasty, cut on the head which bled profusely covering both fighters with blood, thereafter ren- dered more cautious. The men fought This evening's football match'looks in every particular ,as if it would be hotly, contested. The S.O.E. -team have long since showed 'themselves to possess considerable football ability. The Westminsters, though a newly J organized team, Lave surprised the spectators of previous games, .with their winning stunts. These r'-two': teams clash in opposing conflict, on, the square to-nignt at 7o'clockV- Ref- eree Straud will officiate. Follow- ing is Westminster, line-up WebbT; Bryden and Stubbs Stafford, Kelly' Hutton Thompson, Heaihfield, F. Simm, Turner. _ To-morrow evening marks the date set for the second scheduled Lacrosse' match in the southern district of" the Intermediate League. Taber aggrega- tion come to Lethbridge to v play Lethbridge Intermediates. The., "game will be played- on the ,Galt Square. and will commence" at 6.30 p. m. sharp. This is due to the fact', of the baseball team's return, otherwise the match would.-have been played on the Athletic park. AS there 'are 'no means of taking gate receipts it is hoped that the citizens will respond liberally to the hat and support the junior boys in their athletic endeav- ors. H iiiwic j. lie tin en louErnt by pitcher, tfeaa; ieCL on bases. a little-the best of the exchanges. more wariiv and although with fi Lethbridge 6; time 2.10: j The main bout followed. Lauder and no marked advantage was appear- ar ,--0; Lmpire Longenecker. j started to force the pace, but was resolutely OTHER W. C L. GAMES UMPIRING MADE GAME BAD AT MEDICINE HAT 8 1 .Louisville ........___..... S 16 .0 At Kansas CityV .Kansas City 3 42 Indianapolis...........'....5 10 2 At -Minneapolis o 3 0 Toledo.................... 3 7. 0 At St. St Paul................... 0 3 3 u H i NORTHWESTERN At Vancouver.............. 3 Spokane __ V At Seattle 7 Taconia................... i 4 1 1 0 G 1 4 4 if Ywnr Slraes Could Choose they'd quickly select PACKARD'S Shoe Drcssmas all coiors-for all leathers. The name "Packard" is a positive guarantee of a dressing that is made A 1 dressing out the best that's tu a shoe, both In !ooks and wear. For Your Shoes' Saks. Use PACKARD'S Dressings. A! nrsltrs' H. PACKARD 4 CO., I.Jmit'.rt. R50VTREAI, Medicine Hat, June to-night gave the poorest exhibition or umpiring ever seen, on the local field i; not that Calgary wouldn' C have I won under any circumstances, as nad it oh ClaSHa Etom' the drop of the ball. The kicking was from, both sides. The umpire was half an hour late tor the game, and his whereabouts during that time arc being rigidly investigated. The game was fought hard all the way and was won through the fact that Standridgc was the better pitcher, when, he got into tight places. Calgary .......102 001 6 1 Medicine Hat ...000 002 3 3 ami Stanley t; Claflin and Davidson. Umpire, Fla- herty. TEN INNING. GAME WON BY BRANDON Brandon, June com- bat between Regina and Hrandon into ten innings, the loculs pulling it out of the fire in the i-xtra si-s- sion. may be accredited to the slab artists, who were on duty. Dellar, for the visitors, twirled nine innings, without allowing a clean hit, though two of a scratch variety are registered against him. Pie was forced out of the game by Dretchko batting for him in the ninth, Grady taking his place on the mound. Grady didn't appear nearly ,so accomplished as his predecessor, but managed to pull safely. Cellar certainly showed class, -but wipe out that fatal ninth and we can show an individual of equal ability in Grimes. The ex-Bone-Piler was a great surprise to the fans and they felr deeply sorry to sec him lose. He Is not gifted with superfluous flour- ishes, but he is'a thinker ag well as an artful manipulator of the leather pill. As a fielder be proved himself par excellence, making difficult stops and throwing with death-dealing pre- cision to the bases. Up to the ninth two hits were made off his selections and one of them was of the too fre- quent scratches whicu we invariably hand out in each game as a gift to our opponents. Grimes walked but one through the whole game. That was Moose Baxter in the elev- enth, who scored the winning run thereby. The favorites secured the advantage in the fifth- Dudley first up walked. O'Hayer bunted, putting Dudley on srrond and reaching first safely him- self on Quigley's boot. Ward sacri- advancing both base runners, j Other man got, across on a passed Mackin hit through Urennan and Dud- ball. After that the visitors seldom Icy-scrambled home. More scores j had a chance. Winnipeg came back wore on the brink of pouring in' but j with three and scored two more in t when O'Hayer was pinched at the} the seventh. A one-handed stab of a plate by the smallest fcinrt of a line drive by Wilson was 3 feature of pin, and Olson slapped one into Bax-hhe game. tcr's basket, it was all over foe that .Moose Jaw 000 3 2 period. .........300000200-5 10 2 The Miners sallied forth in the] and Bliss, Mill- 'sixth and chased across the other run jer and Anderson, Umpire, Wheeler. Brandon .......000 000 12 7 5 Regina .........010 010 010 4 0 Batteries Thelan and SchulU Sage and McTntosh. Umpire. Smiih. ROBINS Winnipeg, June Joe Miller twirling good ball, the Maroons took the first game of the present series from Moose Jaw to-night. The "Rob- ins opened by scoring in the first round, Triplet stealing home and the WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING "Won Calgary......... 31 Edmonton ...___ 25 Medicine Plat..... 24 AVfnmnes .....___ IS Lethbridge 18 Brandon IS Moose Jaw 15 Regina 12 Lost 11 1G 16 23 25 25 21 25 P. C. .738 .CIO .600 .439 .419 .411) .417 .324 TWO GAMES TODAY Two games are 'bflied at the ball park today, at three o'clock and v 6.30. Edmonton vs. Lethbridge. met, the round being an even break. The Italian had a shade the better of the second and fourth rounds, while in the .fifth he forced the fighting, knocking Lauder down and only prevented giving coup de grace by the gong. ent, although Lauder still forced the fight In the last two'rounds Lauder mix- ed it more freely and had a shade the better of these two rounds; both men finishing strong. The decision was a draw. Attendance fifteen hun- dred. LOCAL CRICKETERS ASKED TO CO-OPERATE The Lethbridge Cricket Club has been asked by Secretary Morrison of the Winnipeg Cricket Association to co-operate with Calgury and Edmon- the strongest possible team to repre- sent Alberta at the Inter-Provincial cricket tournament to be held in Win- nipeg from August 1st to 6th inclus- ive. In his-letter Mr. Morrison says: "During.- this tournament represent- atives from the various provinces will meet to inaugurate the Western Can- ada Cricket Association, and it is earnestly requested that you will do all ia your power to further the scheme. "Special committees have been SirucK to mttiCy S-il a-rrangeinents for the 'visit, and Winnipeg cricketers will do all they can to make the visit a pleasant one. "The C. P. R. .have granted a spec- ial rate to teams of ten and over; (travelling together from the same point under the auspices of the Win- nipeg Cricket Association) of a fare and a third, and several hotels quote reduced WHAT THE BIG PUGS ARE American Horse Successful Abroad Reno, Nevada, June rounds of boxing was the joint record'' of Jeffries and Johnson toWy. -Jeff. boxed 12 rounds in We "cool of', the" morning hours when there one around '.-but his camp mates" and a handful of visitors. The latter had heard there would be something in. the glove line, and were sanguine enough to believe that Jeff would follow out the programme for once. Jeffries' work was of a-snappy char- acter, and if he adhers to his" latest morning, and the morning after. To- day Kaufman gave an imitation of Jeffries, and Johnson was almost en- tirely on the defensive. The men did not stand away" and spar" in- stant at any point of the four relief bout, Kaufman just shouldering In toward Johnson, swinging a left to the body in the way that Jeffries has a habit of doing, and Jeffries has timed the coming of Kaufman and beat down with his forearm time and time again. There was scarcely any variation to Kaufman's methods of going after Johnson. He .would try for the.body with the left and John- son'would block and then they would clinch and sway. In all the time they were clinched, Johnson was surely making a study of infighting or rath- er studying how to prevent his op- ponent doing any damage at close quarters. Another American has carried off honors in the foreign turf world, this time it is Mr. Harry Payne Whit- ney, who, with his American horse Whisk Broom, the Trial Stakes at Royal Ascot recently. .Whisk Broom is a cfassy thoroughbred and wil! likely carry off many other big events in England. SAVE YOUR TICKETS. They Are Good For The Same Seats in Nevada. San Francisco, June of inquiries have been received both by the promoters and the Metropoli- tan Savings Bank as to the disposi- tion of the tickets purchased so far by intending spectators at the battle. These tickets have been purchased under guarantee of the local bank, with the understanding that in case the fight is not held here the money is to be refunded. Statements were Issued here to-day as follows: By President Alfred Moyerstein, of the bank: "People who purchased tickets with our guarantee will receive their mon- ey back in case they do not care to go to Nevada. There is no question about that. We h ave the trust fund amounting to more than >Ve ll naturally hold the money until there is absolutely no chance for the tight being held here. As soon as the promoters officially give up we wil] return the money. That, how- ever, may not be until July 5." x ;