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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May Hi, The Lethbridge Daily Herald Section 1) SWEET WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE STANDING Wou Lost P.O. Hegijia 5 Calgary '1 Moose .Jaw 5 Mwlicine Hat 3 Kdiuontoii Winnipeg Lelhbridgc...... 2 13 camion 2 FRENCH HAVE BOXING FEVER More sold than aJI other brands combined The French government has caught the boxing lever. The mighty gladia- tors whose faces arc marred with dust aud sweat aad blood in the ring, are at last getting some proper -re- cognition.'Daniel Me Ketrick, who im- ported Joe Joanetle, JMlly Lewis and Jim Stewart across the Atlantic and made the game of "le boxe" famous in Paris, lias been decorated by Pre- sident with the order of the palm. 'Mr. McKctrick may now wear a violet ribbon in his buttonhole as an insignia 01 the national order. A GREAT AND GLORIOUS VICTORY FOR THE LETHBRIDGE NINE The Miners Wiped the Diamond With the Cham- pion Medicine Hat Aggregation Last Night Cy Pieh Pitched JEFF HAS HIM BUFFALOED CALLIES HAD IT ALL THEIROWN WAY Westminster Team's Defence Fail To Withstand the Onslaught of the Flying Scotchmen Score 5 to 1 Thanks, isinv discount on him because of It. Some credit our win to a change of luck brought about by the change of backstops. In the fifth Urogan re- Mr. Hul- en, alias li i 1 1 y 11 a in il- ton, for lleved Lynch behind the .bat, and from UH.MI on it was Letlibridge all the way. Of course, it made no mater- fa L difference, but the change seemed to break a hoodoo. Swede out of the box, and -in nis place' Medicine First Innings. dribbled Lust evening there took place tlie third league match in football between the Westminsters and the Callies, which resulted in a victory for tlie latter by 5 goals to L. Xeither team had very good con- trol over the ball owing to the wind. It was nearly a case of the breezes playing the game and the players but- ting in when mi opportunity present- ed. The Westminsters won the toss and chose to pla with the wind. Down came the ball into dangerous proxim- ity to the Westminster goal, but Johnson saved. A corner was the re- sult taken by the Callies. The wind played forget-me-not with the players so that fouls, corners and throws-In were numerous. Lured on 'by genBe breezes the ball made frequent ex- cursions towards the A. R. I. gen- eral offices, thus giving the specta- tors on the side line an opportunity to evince their speed and keep warm. For the first half the ball was in Westminster territory a great deal of the time, and had it not .been for the almost inimitable work of Johnson in! goal the score would have piled up j much higher than it did. After a' pretty piece of combination work, I inserting that rare and long cluck soup who proved so our liking. I: was surely plain sail- ing enough 1'or the home team up to 'that junciure, but after that it was the [easiest kind of picking. drink of to Pieh and was thrown out. Ben- much to net received four balls, as did his successor, McCarter. Zimmerman j flyed out to Brogan. Brogan's first! chance since the opening of tlie sea- son. Dunn hit to Dudley, and Mc- i Carter was forced out at second. Xo with the hookers every rime. The Callies were slightly inclined to re- j A score of 15 to 7 tells in a main off-side. Repeatedly the ball j shell what our boys did to the passed into centre, but was shot wide.! lust nigh: at the hall park. Here's Just at this juncture a scuffle ensued j how it happened. i with a triple over tlie started off! left fielder's and Moore Callies. bored in another for the Big Nelson, who is regarded as the champion's premier pitcher started in- Jr. second half the play seemed to cloing something be could not finish more evenly divided. Page bulged Up to the sevemh innings he had the .the nets for the Callies, but rainers well in the palm of his hand, side, and the score was not allowed. ;and seemed capable of jugglin It was soon retrieved, however, by Ol- tnem as ,he but right iver, who scored from a short range, makin with here escaped from 'his wizard grasp No. 3 for straightway stood Mr. Nelson on scuffle at head. hit to third, but Stur-: geon threw wild to first; O'Hayer: scored and Mackin went to second. Head struck out. Mackin on third. One run Cox out at Lynch struck out. I Second innings THE BASE BALL BOY or man either, can have all his wants' supplied at this store. We have balls, bats, masks, gloves, breast ind everything needed for the game. Come in and get your outfit for this season. OUR SPORTING AND ATHLETIC GOODS aru thr; kind that 'make winners out jot tin.' .We carry everything 'o? line of sport so you are in- r.-l'.uled in UK. invitation to come and !nv" a look. Don't buy if you don't want 10. Hut you'll, want to when you see our showing. The Lethbridge I Sporting Goods. Co. 'HONE 1032 412 ROUND 3T Medicine hit by pitch- scratches a hit and steals second. with a hit, 'bringing in Bennett. Dud- ed ball. Harper sacrificed. David- Dunn hits safely to centre, and an- ley, by a magnificent piece of field- Scottish line-up. _ This was followed Ms m that innings Lethbridge 30n out- Mackin ro O'Hayer. Willard other run scores. Dunn thrown out almost immediately by a scorcher ris- j pUed up Inree rimg> and added to one scored on a pass ball by Lynch. One at second by 'Brogan, who is now ing cuts off McCarter at ing from Moore's boot on a pass from j they through in the first. Cook. Xor was this his last. This j and ano6her in the sixth, made five veteran of many a football'fray But they Md it on us fop not yet content, and .broke the re- j one run at tnatj for they had six cord score for this season by tallying Xo. 5 fur the Callies. J3ut looked too big for the bovs However, we had Mr. Nelson goin run. catching, with Lynch filling his post- got away with! fcion in left. One run. from Xorhh Lethbridge, and setting slab, but he didn t, and perforce we in to win they cancelled the goose egg, making the sheet read Tur- ner doing the deed. This the! last score of the game, was for although WQ found the net, he was off-jwlth left ]iand nUS SCOI'e at fllL1 -time a punk Texas leaguer to- left, tried toj hits safely take second, but was caught a block.; through second. Mead jgrounds to out at first. Brogan off at second but the throw t0 Bennett's territory, which j went wild. All safe. Cox bingles 'got away from the larter. Pieh's hit'safely to left on the ground, bringing on the ground to Harper which was'in Mackin. Head on third, Cox on not handled properly, safe. O'Hayer' second. Lynch cracks a-screamer at Harper, which was too much for the Hat short stop, and Head scored. Dudley flyed out to centre, Cox held WQOds .f Qn I were under the painful necessity of routing his successor, Mr. Olaflin, in- stead. It was a mistake, this change. Had Nelson continued, and pitchedj pops to Zimmerman. Xo runs. I been tlie mark that Claflin was. The doubt was changed to certainty, and Third Innings. Medincine out. Ben- net walked again. He steals Lynch throws wide. Bennett goes to third. Chick drove a beauty to left and Cox scored. Brogan fanned third. McCarter pokes one in tlie tlie foul line. was d'd effectively clear, and tallied the j 3t goal, making one for the Callies. The play now The following was the line-up; the mUwma goal; Hart-1 forward line, and g With the score board _ Johnson saved. jnml in favor of the visitors. O'Hayer plate Sto-Db llim [again. Pieh retires the side. Three and Elibeck. half-backs: Seaman, he I Stafford, F. Simm. Thomson and t0 bat iQ lhe eiglul1' CIaflin I TllriPintv "Vn'.cnli Mirt i jray had a walk-ov-er. {air 'to Chick and Bennett tries to come j perfect throw to He returns to 'runs. 'home, but Chick's uer. forwards. Moore L Eighth Innings. pulls off thing grand by getting back and rop- ing in Willard's high foul fly. Har- out per llits to Dud'ey. who throws over to open up. Anderson, bucks; Crawford, Smith and forth danced the ball, now j and Mcllvena. half-backs; Glenn I one end and soon at the other. Re-, Page. A. Moore. and Oliver fatedly were shots rained in upon! forwards, but this valiant was there! third, hut a throw to Head by Lynch .placing Nelson on the rubber at this'retires Bennett gives the Lethbridge first base-! and Head man a walk. He lollowed this piece !in Quick succession. Cox purposely j0'Hayer's ]lcad> runner going lo sec- jot' handiwork up with one of his al-jwalked- He cleverly steals second. leged shoots, winch went astray ont Xo runs. 'i found a billet in Johnny Mackin's Fourth Innings, .slats. Head, next up, bunted, and Medicine Hat-Zimmerman drives i started a comedy of disastrous errors LET THE CLUBS GET BUSY scoi-cher to llackin. which Johnny oml. Davidson out. Claflin goes to ttat for Xelson. and will re- place him in the bax. He struck out. Claflin now in the box for tlie visitors, O'Hayer gets Dunn forced out. Zimmerman fans. Jerse-v Citi' One run. The score: iMed. Hat A B Sturgeon, 3d b .5 Bennett, c .1 McCarter, 2d b 3 Z'm'r'm'n, Istb 5 Dunn, 1 f......5 Willard, r f ...3 s .3 Davidson, c ...4 BASEBALL SCORES! NATIONAL iPittsburg 'J 17 I Brooklyn li 11 Cincinnati 8 11 I Philadelphia 1 8 i Chicago -----Y.............. 1 15 York................ 0 10 St. Louis 5 7 1 Boston Z 0 i AMERICAN Xew York___............. 5 7 j Detroit Z 4 Boston 1 Z j St. Louis 2 .7 i Philadelphia 4 9 [Cleveland.............___ 0 0 rain. EASTERN Toronto 12 Baltimore................ 5 Rochester 3 0 Montreal 2 S Buffalo.................... 4 Providence............... S ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 6 1 Columbus 3 I Kansas City 2 4 "i Aansas 1 Toledo (Minneapolis j Indianapolis 2 9 8 7 10 2 S Lethbridge A B O'Hayer, 1st b .5 a walk. Then he hits Mackin in the that no: oven our first performances sllccessruiiyf safe. hl1tl. eclipsed, and that is going sozne.jdrove u mlgllly Brogan's' "i P [Though the bum playing started ror thrcp bafis. scoring Zinmier. up the pill. turns and whales [things our way. we simpiy tore theinian A copy of the following letter has.C. been sent to all U. a body which has great vViilnrd and Harper out. Dav- covor off that ball, and broke it to idson the Miners'de- the societies in the j influence over amateur sports thro-' city, so it is up to them to have .15 ugnout the country, so that. Leth- ever occurred in i.he wheat belt. serve, Schoficld. Scconri, Anderson. fence a hi: TO centre, bringing in Dunn. Sturgeon plunked out the ball wiWi a quarter compact to Bro- gan, but our left fielder dropped it and Davidson scored. Bennett walks for the third time. McCarter gets a free pass for being hit. Zimmerman retired on fly ;o Broiian. Two hits. four runs. down and out. Chick fanned. Brogan out on a pop to third. Fifth Innings. Medicine our on strikes. Dudley makes a boamifu! long throw and retires Willnrd at first. Harper out. Xo runs. a Chinook, so Head, 3d b ___5 Cox. r f .......5 Lynch, c ,t 1 f .0 Dudley, s s .5 Chick, c f .....f) P-rogan. 1 p ........5 G H 24 PO 7 4 4 0 1 i St. Paul-Lquisville, wet grounds. I NORTHWESTERN i Vancouver 0 j Tacoma 2 !Spokane.................. 5 9 V 1 3 2 4 0 Calgary Lost Opening Game In the Eighth 45 15 17 27 14 the bail to first but no one was cov- ering the bag. O'Hayer scored, Mac- kin on third. Head on second. Cox fans out. Lynch breaks up the game with a bum-dinger to left, field, and Mackin and Head skated in. Dudley hit the ball between the two eyes to right, and Lynch scored. Chick top- 1 Calgary, May opening of ball between Edmonton and Calgary was taken by Edmonton, the 4 i score being 5 to 4. Game was -lost by By inningsT Calgary in eighth, when the bags were Medicine Hat crowded twice on walk and two men Lethbridge iiii: h-v Ditcher Geehan. Feature of the game was a two-base hit hy Smith of Calgary. Baxter was order- ed from Uie field in the second I'mpire Longnecker for chewing the Medicine Hat, Summary: Earned runs: Leihbriilge. 10. M-base hits: Dunn. O'Hayer. Sacrifice hits: Harper, Head. Stolen bases: Bennett, Cox. Struck out: By Xelson 10 (Head '2, Lynch, O'Hayer, Cox. Chick. Brogan ped one to third, Sturgeon fails toj 2, Pieh By Pieh. fi (Dunn, Xel- handle, and he gets safely through. 'son 2, Davidson. Dudley scores on a nicely placed drive] to centre, scoring Dndlev. Pieh By thp simple process of remaining at all viral times and retaining did O'Hayor. scratches and O'Hayer did likewise. Mackin cracks safely over third. Brogan and Pieh come in. Head bums, and goes out at first, but O'- Hayor and Mackin scored. Cox out on fly to Ton runs. Ninth Innings. Medicine struck out an or having three halls and nothing. Bases on balls: Off Xelson, 1; off Claflin. 1: off Pieh. C. rag. and in the ?ightn Deacon White I protested the game because the um- j pire ordered two base runners bacK to hags after scoring on a blocked ball to the bleachers. The protest will not likely hold for Edmonton won the game. Geehan pitched great ball ex- cept the eighth and fanned nine men Hit by pitcher: Mackin. Double plays: Chick to I load; unassisted. ball: Lynch. Willard. McCarter, in tne nrst seven innings. Calgary [team played best ball with the ex- Lynch to! ception of the fatal eighth, when the [.score stood evened up and things looked good for locals. Two were j Inninrrs pitched by Xelson. 7; "i' however, and lead I. Loft on on error polrd a floater over Chick's bases: 10. Medicine Hat. COO. MAGRATH BALL TEAM j command of tiir nut ion in eveiy in- Magrath has a very slrong hunch of; ntngs. Imt C'y Pieh. who is got- "From the information available at! baseball players this year. "Mat" ting better by sturgeon. Hoad alsn hit to Slur-j 1'end. and comes right back; rnipire: Flaheny. goon and the bull w.ts fumbled and I Ihis time Neil Oow seems to havejOtt, is the manager and thinks he IlITt if i" -sii} Hi (in- teams vory was in thrown jiwa.v wido to and ileatl local (id on first. third Mackin and soc- r in to the superb qualities of the-'he neirhboring towns. We would horse, this endnnt wiil he rirldt-n hy Hkc to get a game from :i Lethbritlgo a joekey arkisowieil.iCfl with being the j amateur team, if not the pros., or hest ifl J nny other neighboring town. ;as not iinsointeiy i he himself slip-1 .UPTON'S POOL ROOM BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block measure responsible for the victory. i s'io.Mly. hut. when ping, ho slowed up 'or ;i moment ami at tlio opposing swaismnn with a cold siorago tvy.> w'.iu'h wi-n: straigh: :.o the -.vitli of- t'oct. and i: ail off them who dured f.ire the rnngj butrlier. inJJ working A iiiouso afire. Krrorlef.s hall was of llio qiic-stion. ivrouiid br-in.c; linrd and rough, bur b.uf conditions didn't, deter O'- 'JLiycr. M.iclsin :ind Dudley and "Head from eovoriTig nere> of cMonnd. and, up hard flies ,iml jproumievs with equal success. j i i I'.it Hie new umpire, offi-' Her.n 1 ID o. Sherlock Ar. R rand Sp< iser held tiio Ance's? to three hits and his strong support in rhe field, one error, left Angel? i.nit chance. Ring v-as Touched ilio visitors scvon fe.iture hoing a home run hy O'Hrien. 7 1 r.i.uulon 4 Bonepilers Lose Moose r'gin Jaw t 4 9 Smithson and Mclntosh; Gvimes and cXutf. Umpire Voss. ;