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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lbridge Daily 6. 1910 Making A Monkey of Himself That's what many a man does, when he bays lumber with the idea that all lumber is We want to impress upon your mind that there's as modi difference between two boards, even though classed the same, as there is between a plug and a thoroughbred, and mat while our prices are as low as you can get anywhere, yet it is the quality of our lum- ber-that we brag about more than low prices. If you want the kst your money will buy, let us make you an estimate on your next bill of lumber. THE PIONEER LUMBER CO. Round Street Phone 763 Westminster Road Phone 1063 Yards at Lethbridge N. Lethbridge Taber Bow Island Milk River High River Claresholm Nanton Grauura Carmangay Barons Jet. SPORTS AND PASTIMES I WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE AVERAGES The Official Batting and Fielding Averages of the FIRST HALF of the Western Canada League Playing Season From May 4 to July 9 Name Club IsbelL Winnipeg Dunn, Medicine Hat.............. Wilson, Medicine Hat............, Page, Moose Jaw and Medicine Hat Slrultz, Brandon. Davis, Moose Jaw................. Cox. Edmonton and Lethbridge Carney, Calgary 'Collins, Regina Medicine Hat Burridge, Edmonton RIGHT FIELD G. 56 IS 35 15 51 54 54 53 4S 21 11 P.O. 218 22 41 37 90 S7 44 59 .64 13 5 A. 20 6 IS 20 14 42 5 29 36 E. S 1 3 4 S 12 5 12 15 14 5 BATTING P. C. .967 .965 .951 .934 .928 .914 .907 .880 .869 .729 .555 WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE GOSSIP The compilation of these averages has been delayed through the delin- quency of a number of the .clubs in sending in returns. Calgary and Med- icine Hat are the principle offenders. of the league will be issued in two parts. The first in the course of ten days and the latter at the end of the season, providing all the clufas co-op- erate in a desire to have them out in up-to-date time fay sending in reports The averages for the second half at the completion of each series. FIELDING Name Club Sage, Regina...........'.......... Standridge, Calgary................ Gordon, Medicine Hat Dunn, Itfedicine Hat Wilson, "Winnipeg.................. Spencer, "Winnipeg Hooker, Regina Starkell. Moose Jaw Whlsman; Medicine Geehan. Calgary Heinrich, Brandon. Samuels, Moose Jaw Dellar, Edmonton Miller, Winnipeg Earl. Brandon Grimes, Lethbridge Pieh. Lethbridge Drechto, Edmonton Brown, Moose Jaw Grady, Edmonton kelson, Medicine Hat Grayson. Lethbridge and Brandon Dell. Edmonton SmithsoE. Moose Jaw............... Giichrist, Regana and Moose -Jaw___ Smith, Brandon Skeels, Regina and Moose Jaw___ Woods. Brandon Lezie, Glaflin. Medicine Ha-t Manning, Calgary................... PITCHERS G. 17 30 17 11 10 12 11 19 23 13 16 19 14 IS 25 16 19 S 14 13 IS 15 27 21 27 17 25 15 17 Name Club Anderson. Winnipeg Spencer, Edmonton Macintosh, Regina ___ Lynch, Lethbridge ___ Cooper. Brandon Edmunds, Winnipeg Stanley, Calgary Bliss, Moose Jaw Davidson, Hat McNutt, Regina Ward, Lethbridge ___." CATCHERS G. 42 46 55 56 44 44 S4 51 37 31 Club Baxter, Edmonton Thompson, Brandon Kettackey, Calgary Hurley. Moose Jaw O'Hayer, Lethbridge Elsey, Moose Jaw Beaay, Winnipeg Bues, Regina. Schaeffer, Medicine Hat FIRST BASE G 53 P.O. 3 S 22 S 6 12 S 7 11 6 2 6 3 4 13 11 10 1 2 6 3 24 10 10 -14 P.O. 161 222 234 340 261 112 259 154, 294 92 156 P.O. 372 194 511 45S 471 391 444 -516 A. 42 68 36 31 43 59 37 51 11 46 60 2S 46- 57 39 50 S3 12 47 26 29 14" 55 32 36 43 36 44 32 37 35 A. 42 49 54 61 77 42 54 36 50 21 29 E. 2 1 1 2 S 10 E. 3 t S 15 13 6 12 9 21 8 13 A. 28 25 27 28 2S 31 23 26 12 Name Club White. Edmonton Conners.. Calgary Jones, Moose Jaw Costello, Winnipeg Hodges. Brandon Mackin, Lethbridge Quigley, Edmonton Hoffman, Regina................. Rodosy, Brandon and Medicine" Hat SECOND BASE G. 24 55 30 52 54 Name Club Holmes, Brandon Smith, Calgary Tripplet, Moose Jaw Hartford. Brandon -.___ .Gurney. Regina Brennan, Edmonton McCarter. Medicine Hal- Head, Lethbridge Brookins. Regina THIRD BASE G. 44 55 39 40 30 39 52 55 20 Name Club SHORTSTOPS Morse. Edmonton Krueger, Winnipeg Bell, Moose Jaw O'Brien, Brandon and Beers, Winnipeg Sitting, Brandon Chick, Lethbridge Harper, Medicine Hat Walters, Regina Paddock, Calgary Van- Ward, Winnipeg Duggan, Calgary 53 22 13 55 53 41 44 20 24 Name Club Mills, Edmonton Brandos Clynes, Calgary Piper, "Winnipeg Zimmerman, Medicine Hat Irby, Moose Jaw Olson, Donovan. Regina Brogan, Lethbridge LEFT FIELD G. 51 58 55 41 49 22 48 52 17 P.O. 133 135 64 44 20 109 61 100 P.O. 68 93 66 69 20 79. 108 77 24 P.O. 105 112 103 91 56 16 97 SS 67 5S 25 32 P.O. 82 75 84 81 82 25 79 71 15 A. 39 139 69 46 25 102 73 92 112 A. 86 127 82 74 IS 101 .112 33 A. ISO 154 106 127 66 28 107 151 97 97 39 2S A. S 9 13 12 3 2 4 14 7 E. 8 5 13 12 13 10 12 20 18 E. 4 15 10 7 4 19 14 21 E. 16 15 15 4 17 26 30 9 E. 12 12 24 28 16 6 2S 33 24 24 11 14 P.C. .1000 .978 .975 .974 .970 .957 .955 .954 -950 .946 .946 .944 .941 .940 .933 -931 .923 .920 .9.19 .916 .911 .509 .90S .897 .897 .893 .877 .870 .867 .836 .807 P.C. .985 .974 .972 .953 .962 .962 .961 .954 .94f. .933 .934 P- C. .980 ,.977 .976 .975 .974 -971 -971 .959 .367 P. C. .977 .948 .930 .927 -.918 .918 .905 .901 .873 C. .956 .932 .90S .905 .904 .901 .889 .863 .863 P. C. .962 .956 .896 .886 .884 .880 .879 .878 .872 .865 .853 .805 Name dub Clynes, Calgary, Morse, Edmonton................. Drecnto, Edmonton............... Spencer, Edmonton, Lussi, Edmonton, Schaefer. Medicine Coffins. Letcher, Regina, Mills, Edmonton.................., Lezie, Hurley. Moose Jaw, Wilson. Medicine Crocker, Moose Jaw.............. Chick. Lethbridge .........1....... Mackin. Lethbridge, Carney, Calgary Suliivan, Brandon, Bell, Moose Jaw Smith. Calgary, Zimmerman, Mediclae Brerman. Edmonton................. Baxter, Edmonton, Kellackey. Calgary. Olson. Lethbridge, Skeels, Moose Jaw and IsbelL Winnipeg, Paddock, Calgary................... Lynch. Lethbridge, Dudley, Lethbridge. Gordon; Medicine Krueger, Winnipeg, Pieh, Conners, Calgary.................... Cooper, Brandon...........7'........ Beatty, StsncirMge, C-aigarv, .._............. Walters. Regina................___ Piper, Winnipeg, Geehan, Calgary Ward. Edmonton and WMsman. Medicine Hat, Bliss, Moose Quigley. Edmonton, Jones. Moose Jaw, Holmes, and Cox, Lethbridge and Edmonton........ Hoffman. Regina, Whice, Edmonton.................... Flanagan. Irby, Moose Jaw, Mclntosh. McCarter, Medicine Duggan, Calgary, Tripplet. Moose Jaw7................. Head. Costello, Winnipeg, Stanley. Calgary..................... Hartford, Brandon................... Dollstream. Lethbridge and Brandon, Brookins, Regina, Wilson. Winnipeg Bennet, Medicine Hat, Thompspn. Brandon, Starkell, Moose Jaw, Page, Moose Jaw and Medicine Hat... Davis, Moose Brandon. Sturgeon, Medicine Elsey, Moose Jaw and Regina....... Bues, Regina and Brandon........... Rodosy. Brandon and Medicine Hat. Lohr, Winnipeg, Harper, Medicine Lethbridge Dunn, Medicine Hat, O-'Brien. Anderson, Dell, Edmonds, Winnipeg, Grady. Heicrich. Brandon................ Donovan, Manning, ClaflLn, Medicine Hat............. McNutt, Davidson, Medicine Giichrist. Moose Jaw and Samuels, Moose Jaw, Tallant, Calgary, 'V" McDonough, Regina............'.'.'.'.'. Burridge, Edmonton. McDonell, Brandon, Speiser. Mller, 'Winnipeg, Woods, -Brandon.......'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.I" Brogan, Smithson, Moose Jaw, Smith, Gurney, Regina, Hodges, Brandon, Ward, Van. Lethbridge and'Winnipeg Nelson, Medicine Dellar, Edmonton......... Bi'thing, Brandon, Brown. Moose Jaw.......... Sage. Regina. Hooker, iraes. Regina and Earl, Brandon, Grayson, Lethbrdge and Beers, Winnipeg AJB. 211 206 136 1ST 151 146 190 1S4 69 1S1 132 192 216 154 206 212 159 201 165 112 15S 1S7 16S G. 55 55 16 39 55 44 48 51 51 25 53 35 54 55 43 53 58 54 55 49 39 45 55 48 27 7S 56 204 44 178 55 203 55 196 l' 88 '37 .41' S 18' IS .34 3S -48 4 J3 9 14 27 30 6 24 98 92 14 49 87 50 60 70 64 24 70 51 75 92 47 77 74 66 93 57 44 49 60 53 25 79 Si 67 69 15 44 23 54 64 41 SO 32 51 11 42 10 24 28 30 43 59 60 18 59 4 10 7 10 9 3 14 3 8 io s 5 S 16 9 1 13 4 9 8 1 15 4 10 17 6 9 7 9 7 7 1 5 5 4. 17 10 17 9 S IS 12 9 12 21 20 15 '11 12 4 10 4 9 3 15 10 9 20 14 0 0 5 10 9 2 4- 10 5 10 11 3 8 0 6 10 44 IS 23 52 17 20 31 51 27 13 12 13 11 19 19 19 17 17 15 21 10 11 20 14 16 13 19 17 10 IS 14 13 22 121 44 61 183 51 58 99 216 77 36 30 43 31 69 52 46 40 48 35 49 29 37 26 42 51 38 39 41 31 54 33 33 75 16 t 16 12 S 37 12 5 S 21 20 12 26 19 20 15 23 38 7 24 9 6 17 4 5 20 S t 7 20 S 1 3 3 2 10 6 28 31 21 15 13 36 17 6 9 3S 36 16 37 39 34 32 31 38 17 34 26 9 22 7 11 33 9 10 17 37 13 6 5 19 59 44 20 41 49 '14 31 44 22 20" 14 47 20 13 7 52 54 IS 45 53 37 35 40 56 25 43 32 9 28 7 12 41 13 12 19 43 16 10 7 15 5 2 19 S 1 3 6 2 11 3 3 4 7 7 6- 14 11 S 12 15 4 3 IS 2 3 12 1 2 5 .346 .330 .324 .316 .310 .304 .294 .294 .293 .289 .287 .287 .286 .281 .279 ,276 ..273 .270 .268 .266 .267 .265 .262 .261 .260 .259 .258 .256 .255 .255 .251 .250 .250 .250 .248 .247 .245 .245 .244 .243 .243 .240 .239 .238 .237 .236 .236 .236 .235 .234 .233 .233 .233 .232 .230 .228 .225 .224 .223 .223 .220 .216 .215 .214 .214' .213 ,213 .213 .210 .205 .202 .201 .200 .195 ,192 .1891 .189 Calgary Albe'rtan: .Lethbridge has never had a distinctive name, but now that they have walked out and taken everything in sight without ev- en asking for it; and kept it by virtue of the decision of the president, it would be well to refer them as the Highwaymen, or the Pirates. 11 8 7 3 PITCHERS' RECORDS 6 2 22 4 3 11 2 2 6 11 2 28 1 12 3 11 15 5 15 10 13 4 5 22 3 IS 1 0 .187 7 .181 0 .180 2 ,180 10 .180 .2 .176 .172 2 .171 13 .171 2 .168 0 .166 .166 1 .162 4 .161 5 .159 2 .153 1 .152 .150 1 -.145 0 JL42 2 .142 1 .137 3 .135 0 .131 0 .119 0 .117 1 .105 .102 .97 .96 .92 .90 .90 .53 Calgary Albertan Did any per- son remind you the way that this person. Manning is going If he keeps it up he will he high man in the pitching line this season. Can any person, remind you when he lost a game He is certainly a star whirler when he is working right- Gaddy seems to be a good wheeler, about the most unlucky per- son pitching on this footstool. He is a young fellow, however, and can stand for a reverse now and then. He has many -things that a pitcher needs, and will be in high class com- pany some day. Regina Leader It is expected that arrangements will be made whereb the Regina baseball team will finish out the season according to schedule The announcement made in The Morn ing Leader, yesterday that the club had decided to turn the franchise ov- cr to tie league, stirred a number o local enthusiasts to action, and it is hoped the steps taken will result in the franchise being retained by local sportsmen. Regina Leader Umpire Wheelei says Saskatoon is sure baseball crazv. Edmonton Capital: Bill Carney, who ranks next to Andy Carnegie as a benefactor to mankind, passed the bat at Moose Jaw when Irby broke his ankle. The sum of was real- ized. Edmonton Journal Winnipeg is making a lot of noise since it has secured a new team.' Whether it will climb -to the top of the league or not remains to be seen, but it is a safe bet that since the new men have been bought outright, the Maroons will he a fast bunch next year. If the man- agement of the Winnipeg team had taken the action early in the season they would have been much better off. Instead of the miserable attend- ance which they'have been receiving on the home .grounds, the Winnipeg fans are anything like Ed- monton have received the iranager from Jacksonville took -hold. He ought to be hot stuff, coming- trom Florida this time of year-if he- isn't we shall have a big, large kick, coming, and I know where it will land, too. But hist I We have a. new manager- dear an man. couldn't'. j and some new players, and the Lord knows they, will be ment because mortal j y find worse than we have if he search- ed the length and breadth of this con- tinent for them. So 'ave 'ope mv pretty dears, and all may yet" be- well. There are yet some gimes Pty, and if Tve 'ave good we- may land something. Meanwhile keep- your weather eye open-if you know which it is-and things may Vet treat better than we could hope but a few sad, dready days ago. support of the fans. The Winnipeg Club was paid for 100 admissions in three games. And it costs the fans something -to see a a ball game' up here. Twenty-five cents each way for bus ride, as the park is away out of town, and 'ev- erybody who can get room sits in the grand stand, or they have to stand up as there are no bleachers yet. Neither is there a roof on stand. the Winnipeg Well, Kruger as well as he might have been ex- p'ected to do, and not a deal better, mind you. It is a foolish thing to expect an ordinary player to be manager, too. and if Winnipeg ex- Edmonton Capital President storm has returned from the Hat af- ter investigating the Zimmerman case, and states that he could find- nothing to support the claim of Sas- is- nine- that katoon to the peerless fielder. This a case where possession is and it would appear points, Zimmerman be, retained by Leth- bridge. Saskatoon can easily get at wfl the bottom of this difficulty by wir- ing Secretary Farrell of the National- Commission.'Are they going to stand' !dly by and see one of their a players taken from them best pects to find such a man, we shall! have to pay for doubt about i WINNIPEG OVERWHELMED SASKATCHEWAN ELEVEN Winnipeg. Aug. "simp- other clubs do' that and why not as well Why not Winnipeg, anywav Here i we are -the biggest city in the west and the finest city in all Canada T m tne today, none other is half "so remarkable, at all yet we'have a.- long way the poorest ball team. A dis- grace, if anybody asks you and says you must tell what ii disgrace. We needn't have the we defeating them 316 to- US. Whiteheaa" of this city making the first eeutury- of the tournament, knocking 113 in.- the record time of 45 minutes, iic- Intosh, who was .batting well all week scored 62. It is but fair to note that and Price, who had been so-- should-but we ought to have a team deadly all week, did practically no trundling and the were greatly fatigued after their _ that is -mighty near the best, and one that is giving a good account of it- self all the time. That's what we should have, but the fact is that we have the poorest, silliest, worst out- fit that ever wore less. strenuous fielding session and could only hit up 45. The banquet at the Royal Alexandra tonight practically j wound up the tournament, although That was up to the time the new. there will be games tomo'rrow. HORSES AUCTION SALE Th E. 1 4 5 5 Club CENTER REUJ Tallant, Calgary McDonnell, Brandon Lohr, Winnipeg.................... Crocker, Moose Jaw Flannagan, Calgary Dollstream, Brandon and Lethbrida Bennett, Medicine Hat Letcher, Regina Lussi, Edmonton Dudley, 54 49 28 4S 51 P.O. 10 46 74 93 125 33 86 87 105 90 A. 1 S 6 21 5 8 11 56 27 10 12 5 E. 1 2 3 7 2 5 S 15 12 P. C. .989 .954 .950 .948 .934 .931 .893 .876 .815 P. C. .1000 .979 .976 .970 .354 .950 .949 .924 .514 907 Name Club Dellar, Edmonton Drechto. Edmonton Claflin, Medicine Hat ___ Standridge, Heinrich, Bramdon Geehan, Calgary Manning, Calgary Lezie, Lethbridge Dell, Edmonton................. Grayson, Brandon and Lethbridge Dunn, Medicirife Hat Brown, Moose Jaw............... Starkell, Moose Jaw Grady, Edmonton................. Heh, Lethbridge............... Giichrist, Moose Jaw and Regina" Sage, Regina Gordon, Medicine Skeels, Regina and Moose Smithson, Moose Jaw Samuels, Moose Speiser, Winnipeg Miller, Winnipeg Hooker, Regina Whisman, Medicine Hat............. Smith, Brandon Nelson, Medicine Hat Woods, Brandon Winnipeg Grimes, Regina and Lethbridge...... Earl, Brandon G. 16 5 15 17 24 19 IS 16 17 9 10 18 10 IS 20 9 14 14 15 15 11 16 19 9 3 S 14 11 15 17 15 W. 13 4 11 11 13 10 12 10 ere will be offered for sal by Public Auction on TUESDAY, AUGUST 9TH At J. C. Graves' Sale Barn, Gait Street 1 spun of geldings, 8 years 1 span of geldings, 6 and 7 years. 1 span of black matched mares, 9 vears Barnes plaved 1 s span of bat- geldings, 7 span of bay geldings, 4 and 5 1 span of bay geldings, 3 and 4 1 B-elgian stallion, 7 years old, about Ibs. 3 saddle horses, 4, 5 and 6 years A number of colts from 1 old to 3 years. 2 single buggies 3 sets of double harness K j..i. year Also a lot of furniture will be offered at the ;