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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The; Lethbridge Daily Herald. Monday, May SWEET AN EVEN BREAK AT EDMONTON SATURDAY CIGARETTES More sold than aJl other brands combined Macleod, May a very one- sided game the Macleod baseball team defeated Stavely in a league game at Suively on Saturday, May 21, by a score of 12 to 4. For Macleod Spud ..Murphy pitched an excellent game but the team was never called on to play very hard. The next league match Johnny Mackin Put Up a Star Game ton, May broke even in the double header with Lethbridge Saturday afternoon, The afternoon game went to the visitors by a score of 11 to one. In the even- ing the locals shut ouii the Miners, eight to nothing. Grady pitched the ilrst game and was hit hard; added to this was the rotten support ac- corded him, ten juicy errors being chalked up against the locals. Error- less ball was played in the evening. The afternoon game was protested in view of Umpire Longenecker bench- AB O'Hayer, lb 4 Head, 3b Cox, If -1 Chick, ss 4 Lynch, c Dudley, cf ;j Mackin, 2b Brogan, rf Englebretson, p 0 Barnstead, p H 0 A 2 11 0 005 000 1 is at Macleod on May 24, between Macleod and Granum. The intermediate teams from Pin- cher Creek and Lethbridge are to play the Macleod intermediate -team at Macleod on Hay 24. Arrangements have been made with the Lethbridge Caledonian football icam to have them play an exhibition game with the Caledonian team here on Victoria Day. The Calgary cricket team gave the .Macleod team a severe beating here today. The score at the close of the i'ame was 125 to After the game ihe Calgary players were banquetted by the local team. ing for six games both Baxter and Oison. Johnny Mackin played a brilliant game. He accepted twenty chances in the two games without a miss, and made two hits. Umpire Voss Let Out Regina, May Voss, the well known baseball tumpire, has received notice of dismissal from President b'ckstorm, who gives no further rea- son than he has received complaints from three clubs. Voss was the only official to go through the season last year and is popular all around the circuit. FIRST GAME AB R H O 121 0 2 2 o -J. 0 0 0 0 0 0 010 1 5 27 20 R H O A 0 0 1 1 -Morse, ss 5 Brennan, 3b 4 Lussi. lb Durrang, rl Mills, If.......... Spencer, c Ward, cf Schultz, 2b 4 Grady, p 4 0 11 I) 0 0 3 0 5 0 1 0 -I O'Hayer, lb Head, Sb Cox. If Chick, ss Lynch, c Dudley, cf Mackin. 2b Brogan, rf Lezie, p AB 5 5 4 KO 0 -1 24 12 4 By ........____ ethbridge Summary: Sacrllice hits, Lussi, Spencer, Ward, Head; bases on balls, oft' Dellar 1, off Englebretson 1, off Barnstead 12; 'struck out, by Dellar by Barnstead 1; three base hits, Brennan, Dudley; two-base hit. .Mills; passed ball Lynch; double play Mack- in unassisted; time, 1.35; umpire, Longeuecker. 15R IN q- ON L o S, 4 N ONE APIECE A Marvelous Piece Of Pitching By Moose Jaw Artist Winnipeg, May Maroons and Jlobin Hoods of Moose Jaw broke even In a bargain matinee here today alter two of the best games seen here for many'a day. The first one went to the 'home team, 3'to 1, and was won on its merits. Hossbach had the Moose Jaw team at his command all the time, and his own error gave them their only tally. Wonderful catches by Crocker and Jones featur- ed the game, cutting off runs each time. The second encounter went eleven innings before the Maroons would yield up che ghost, when the Robins broke a one run score by pucting three THE REAL THJ.MG '.._'. is ihe only kind a real sportsman wants, and it's the only "kind we care to deal in. We are sports our- selves and knosv how it feels to have everything go just so. We sell all kinds of FIRST CLASS SPORTING GOODS t'o rindoer or outdoor pastimes. Also games of every description.. .It would pay you to look over our su- perb stock. You'JI surely see some- thing you'd like to have. If you do, we can make the price fit your purse The Lethbridge Sporting Goodsi Go. 0 7 2 3 0 1 1 2 1 7 1 2 411 1 1 0 o 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 Mad Hatters Take First From Calgary Calgary, May Hat took the first game from Calgary this afternoon and did it all in one Winning when they slipped over seven runs, and that was all their score.' Geehan started in to pitch for Calgary and was not in lorui, and in the third in- ning Medicine Hat got to him for sev- eral punk hits which were hard to handle and Calgary was the air and could not do any good work. After OJthat Calgary had best of the game The score: Medicine 0 j Sturgeon, '.lb 0! Bennett, cf McCarter, 2b Zimmerman, If Scarfer. lb EMERYVILLE MAY STILL BE THE BATTLE GROUNDS Nothing Decisive Brought j Out Yet Seems to up to Rickard San Francisco, May he does, not fear the loss of the Kinovy- ville track by adverse action on the part of the California Jockey Club, to join the Jeffries staff. According to Cornell, there will be no more dis- agreeable eruptions in back. the fighter's PHONE 1032 412 ROUND 8T over the plate. Pitcher Skeels But to win this of the visitors jame was forced to hang up a new twirling re- cord in this league at least, and one which, should stand in pretty nearly any organization. In nine innings he struck cut no less than Maroons, LACROSSE AGREEMENT I' Montreal, May important agreement has been reached by the presidents of the three local lacrosse union clubs. The agreement was ratitied at meetings of the exe- cutives of the clubs later and mark a distinct advance in lacrosse legisla- tton. It makes provision, for a period of four years, commencing with the season of 1'JO'J, and provides that no player haying taken part in two while In the two extra innings 'he for one either interiried- ONE OF MONTREAL'S CRACK LA- CROSSE PLAYERS BASEBALL SCORES AB 4 NATIONAL (Saturday Games) By Edmonton Letnoridgo Two-base hit, 37 11 10 27 14 0 lj Lexle; homo U Wilson, rf 4 Harper, ss 3 Davidson, c....... 4 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 was asserted by Rickard, who declar- ed thai he had been assured thatim- 0 o! A no circumstances would the lease the track be cancelled. Taomas H. Williams, president of New California Jockey Club, which controls the track, explained the 0 j report that he had withdrawn his permission to hold the battle there July 4. 0' [Gordon, p......... 4 L I L 2 0 1 Oi At Fliiradelphia-Chicagcv, same postponed, rain. At Cincinnati: Cincinnati Boston Ferguson and Smith: Slade and -McLean. At. Louis: St. Louis -1. Brooklyn :i, ten innings. Corridon. Rieger and Morse, ss Lush and Phelps; Rucker and Erwin. Brennan, At Pittsburg: Pittsbtirg 1. New York Lussi. cf Leifield and Gibson; Raymond and Mills. If Schlei. Spencer, c AMERICAN f Ward, rf At Philadelphia: Detroit 4, Phila- Schultz. 2l>