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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY 'HERALD Thursday, May FULL ACCOUNT OF BALL GAME PITCHING WONDER OF WEST SOLD 1ALLLE jand was safe on the error, while'Shov- jer crossed the-plate. Coons ended the jscorini; by forcing- Stewart at second. [Two rims. J, The Sportins Goods made a desper- jate t'iaish, and some real loud swatting, jnearly enabled them to stow the ganiej in their own closet. Ran and jRobson. who batted ic'r Cleveland. Games in the Big Leagues Sporting Goods Took tke Count Mayor Pitched First Ball and Displayed Terrific Speed but Lacked Control Good At- .__ j tendance Lots of Heavy Hitting Y. M. C. A.. 11; Sporting Goods, 8. (On because Farrar hud his foot off the' There it is in, cold figures, shorn of! bag. spoiling a chance for a doable j that goes to make baseball the Play. -McMillen and Piton drop easy! greatest game out of doors. It shows, jones to Farrar, and die unassisted. Xo1 too, tihat the boys from the Y. nosed [runs. a. victory over their rivals, the! Carpenter dies, pitcher to first. Pi- Sporting Goods team, at the inaugural ton picked Bowers1.- line drive off his match of the City League Iast night shoetops. and JJcIlrov expires by the jar. -the Athletic Park. It was -some; Brandow-Sbover route. Xo runs. MAYBE HS'LL WRITE IF KE N'T COME BACK 'were proimplv out out at firet aud'U isecoud. but the' loud noise then b ter and Bower, eo AMERICAN St" R H fi ?game, too. replete with evervthin v_ that gives the spectator the thrill, that draws tile crowd. 'Pl'entv of sood. safe swatting, some daria? b'ase-runnin? snc Ty Cobb. and -a" few Fourth Innincs Coons .and Brandow single In succession, scoring Stewart. Me- flew to second and Brandow is "tangles which added to the uncertain-1caasil3 off flm on tiie piay- oroma struck out. One run. Farrar out, HcKenzie to first, and nice juicy '.ty of the game, were all strongly la jexldence, and the couple of hundred 'fans, who had braved the chilly atephers, went away feeling that a pro- pitious start had been- made in the 3.911 season. Mayor Adams was very much on rnns. Eighth Innings The Y.'s go down iu one, two, three Bowers, 3b .'Mclllroy, cf Farrar. lb Horne, If-cf Gray, If ___ 44 11 AB R NATIONAL At Philadelphia (11 innings) R H E Philadelphia 7 2 Cincinnati S 2 Alexander and Dooin; Fromme and McLean. At R H E 4 0 ijChicago 3 2 Bell and Bergen: Richie and Kling. 0 At Xew R H E York fi 2 __________ Lou'3........ S 0 o! CrandaJl and Myers; Sallee and and Bresnahan. i i .f At (12 R H E' I 10 3 13 l J] Curtis and Graham and Rariden; Fern-, Leiiield, Camuitz and Gibson. 0 1 1 2 120 2 11 0 0 0 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis and Kansas City game! -iiot scheduled. i lj At This" young wtfman's name is Cor- olie Peale. She has been playing ball Yotuig Pitcher Phenom Sold for His Teens and the Kid of Organized Ball Spokane, Wash.. May, Strand, southpaw pitcher on the Spo- kane team of the Northwestern: Lea- ue. just sold to the Boston Americans or is' the' youngest player in organized baseball in America 'Re is pport- off, the Y.'s remaining in ieaj lor the rest of the session. About tl e aiiftiest piece of work during tha ev- in the third, round, when raced in from centre and pn K- 'ed a line drive 'from Bowers off his shoe strings, robbing him of what looked to be a good safe bingle. But here is the game by innings, Showing how it was uone: First innings "Piton, first' up, hits through short for three.bags. Stewart fans. Coons raps out a .Texas leaguer, scoring Pit- on with the first run of the season. .Brandow singled to right, Coons tak- ing third.: McKenzie .gets a base on a fielder's choice, but Pulley dropped the throw to the plats and Coons scores. Tigen whiffs. Wrigglesworth liils past third, scoring Brandow anc aieKenzie, and going- to third himself. Shover flew to Korne, who-accommo- datingly drops the ball and WriggJes- scores. McMillen drops one ov- er third, putting Shover on third, and! Piton ends the agony by.dumping one down to first for an unassisted put- out. Five runs. Iu rhe Sporting- Goods half of the Shover drops Meyers' high one, end gets on, promptly stealing sec ond. Pulley hit for two bags, scoring Myers. Rau singled through short scoring Pulley. Clevland fle-w to right. Carpenter hit over third and Rau came across with a counter. Bowers died, pitcher to first, aad Mcllroy fiew to centre. Three runs. Second innings. Carpenter dropped SteVart's infield fly, letting him get safe at first. Coons doubles, scoring Stewart- Coons is nipped in trying to steal third, Far- rar drops throw, and Brandow is safe at. tae initial station. ?JcKenzie hits third. took a walk. Tigen ed, and McKenzie roosted on Wrig. took one in the slats and Carpenter; passed, ball, jKIackenzie: left on bases, Y. M.-C. A. iOf-Sporting Goods 0; umpire Nicholson; time two hours. "E IN CANADA LEAGUE as but one go.me in rhe Twi- ne yesterday. Moose Jaw trimming Winnipeg on the former's 6 to 3. The Edmonton- Saskatoon-Brandon- :games .prevented by rain. a charity. promtpiy proceeded to make the best of the chance and stole second. Shover got on, but Mc- Kenzie was caught at the plate. ng.e over second, scor- Milien also got in the road of the pel- .Piton dies pitcher to let, and walked, filling the bases. Pi- singes etc" Tlle eVents .will con- .16' NATIONAL Won Philadelphia 22 jPIttsburg is York ifi Chicago............15 I Cincinnati 12 St. Louis.......... o Brooklyn S Boston............ Lost P. C 7 .750 .9 11 10 11 15 20 .536 .522 .375 .280 .207 i j Detroit Chicago j Boston j Philadelphia York .Cleveland j Washington St. Louis AMERICAN Won Lost 25 o 15 elude with a grand ball in the evening. The Bow Island orchestra will. be in i attendance. C. 15 13 12 ]0 0 12 13 13 14 17' '16 20 WESTERN MUTUAL BASEBALL LEAGUE Leavitt. May a preliminary meeting of the captains of the baseball clubs of Leavitt, Beazer, Mountain View, Hill Spring and -Glennwood decided to form a league of these AIR LANG ARRANGED Sydney, Australia, May j Lester, Clelium, Wash., heavyweight, land Bill Lang, Australian pugilist, were matched- today for a return fight to be scheduledxJune 3. In their last 'bout Sunday, Lester was disqualified for going to his knees without being' hit. ENGLISH CRICKET London, May Gloucester by ten wickets. beat fiye teams for the 1911 On the representatives .ch team met at Cardston in the r hotel and "successfully Itlle; Western Mutual League. Ben. H SPEED RECORDS BROKEN League. and Mr. I were voted for unanimously as presi- and secretary of the league, re- EASTERN Won Lost P. the breeze, and Tigen forces Brandow at second. One run. Farrar first up, struck out. Home -went out by the .ShoverO.fcMillen .route, McMillen covering firstly some quick work, Myers singled to left and took second a nmCf, Pulley scratch es- and .Rau dumps an easy one f.o Coons, who handles it to sloiv and the leases are full. Cleveland roiled an easy one at McMillen and Myers is Sforced at the plate. No runs., Third Innings. Wrig: poked one over third, but is, forced at second by Shover who sot What the Umpire Espects-and He. Generally Gets What He Expects McFABLAND AND MOBAN BILLED FOR A TEX ROUND ENCOUNTER WITHIN THE NEXT THREE WEEKS Rochester ____. Toronto 15 Buffalo 10 Baltimore......... 12 providence s plant rea-j 7 Newark 7 i Jersey City "5 Q All the necessary details were" one fi .760 and_the scheduling of the'games .714 jwas .left -or ths. President and secre- Trv nrt 1 0 11 13 12 12 13 FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE MEETS THIS EVENING BRITON GETS ALL THE WORST OF WEIGHT CONDITIONS-FIGURES TILT WITH PACKY WILL BE GRAND VVORKOUT FOR CHAMPIONSHIP BOUT The executive of (he City FooJ'bal! League will meet at the league headqnarfers. Dal- las Hotel, loiiigiu a; Ail AMERICAN ASSOCIATION j i Won Lost P. C. Columbus is iJfilivaiikee 10 .520 tc arrange. The league is now I'uH-fledged and as soon as the sched- is out the games wiij be begin for season. .onS Mr.-.-Allen of Leavitt. belongs ilx of .the initiative in this, matte ----jand. hence, this bit of news appear from Leavitt. Rheims, May speed and without pas- today beaten ble monoplane flights. A speed of more than iGp kilometres an hour was attained in the first flight 'by an American, Kenry Weyinann. He started from Xowrmelot, with Count Rob- illard .'as'- a. passenger. A strong following wind, almost amounting to a gale caused the machine fn plunge in a terrifying manner, the height constantly varying from ICO to 300 feet Chicago, May packy McFarland and Ou-ea are ro m the near future. Frank Muftern of the NatiSal aa tic club has given up trying to sign Woigast with Packey. He is dickering S h Charlie Harvey, manager of Moran, and Harvey has agreed bo ]e Ws blv box before he takes Kim to the coast for the July 4 fight with Woigast McFarland already has signed an agreement whereby is 'to box Woi- Moran or "Knockout" Brown before Mulkern's club, so there is to be no hitch in the JicFarland end. e l City 'SL Paul delegates requested to be pro- jlndianapolis sen L. yfStTdai accepted the weight, conditions nam- ed by McFarland. The little Briton gets all the worst of the but is not averse to picking ,uj> some good ten round money" hii r un rno he probably figures a tilt witb Packey will be a grand workout prcme war. with Woigast.. Harrey aCd Mulkern have not vet ari the difncuky is sman- or the on Moran and Harvey must leave for the coast early in June to train ror rt? .Uolgast eacpunter, so Mulkern will have to stage the mill within the next three weeks. FOOTBALL GAME TONIGHT The Gallics' lin-up for tonight's at the Athletic Park with the Tarora? Overseas will be: goal: Bannerman andiykS Mston, backs: Glen. White and Jess, half backs; Ray. Thompson. Cunv! UNION ASSOCIATIOrvJ ingc Mc.Mwrtrfe. forwards I Won I -core. Crawford and- Gallagher. Lake 5 i Butte _ 'Great. Falls ll Bat- Nelson is at Hot Springs. .jj t to 'fry the effect of the mist on his JMissonla'............fi (system. He hopes to box in July. {Helena NORTHWESTERN Won Lost 20 14 VI CONCENTRATED Lemon delicious flavor product, of the fre no other .Each aehcious lemonade .188 J WHOLESALE, DISTRIBUTOP.S-Don nelly, Watson Brow'n.'Calgary. ;