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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ft THE LETHBRID.GI? DAILY 'ITEKAMT Tuesday. AiitfiiKl '22. MORE TROUBLE TWILIGHT LEAGUE GOTCH IS CONFIDENT OF WINNING Winnipeg and, Brandon Forfeit Their Franchises Ignominiously Quit the League of a Thousand Troubles and Try to Fasten the Blame on President Eckstorm -Both Clubs Delinquent Use Salary Question as an Excuse for Throwing Up the Sponge A despatch emanating from Winnipeg, boars the intelligence of Win- nipeg and Brandon dropping out of the Western Camida League. There Is just about two weeks more ball to play In the league, but both tliese teams are suffering from financial embarassment, 30 that to quit noiv would save the clubs from furUier loss. Taelr demise they claim will not Interfere with the other clubs as they play tho balance of their games together. The two eastern clubs are deep iu-tbo hole financially. Thus this action. It is a pity, however, that they couldn't give un the ghost grace- fully without trying to Fasten the blame of their action on tlie president of the league. He is accused of all manner ot negligence, but whether this be true or not tho fact remains that, they are both quitting because of their own failure to malte both ends meet. Winnipeg has been a de- linquent club all through the season. Before they criticize the president they'should take the mote out of their own eye. Had they done this there would never have bwi any differences with the president, in ail prob- ability. Tha gush that is emanating from Winnipeg in regard to the situation of'affairs in the Western Canada League should be talien with a grain o! salt. Winnipeg always was a frost as a baseball town and will continue to he so, as long as the same clique of rummies are attempting to run affairs, who have been in power for the nast number of years. In conversation with the Herald at noon today President' Eckstorm stated that he bad received official notice from both Brandon and Win- nipeg about their retirement from the League. Brandon had nothing to but Winnipeg accompanied their notice.-with an excuse for their ac- tion, viz., Hint as there were no affidavits forthcoming from the Presi- dent of thc League regarding tho salary limit of the various clubs they decided to disband. As a matter of fact the president has been unable to procure affi- davits from all the clubs. Early in the season, Calgary, Edmonton and Saskatoon furnished the president, with affidavits as to Mieir salary list, but r.o cithers. After the Brandon meeting. June 29. affidavits were again called for by the president. The call, however, received no response at all. Winnipeg has not given tlie league any guarantee '.hat they were within tho salary limit and here they are making a great roar be- cause they fall to see any of the'other chibs submitting their salary lists, nnd then they have the gall to uae it as un excuse lo quit the league. They seek to have tbe president shoulder the blame 1'or the bust-up. President Eckstorm wired Secretary Farrell, of the National Associa- tion, acquainting him with the action of Brandon and Winnipeg oltllis, stating the desire of the Western Canada League to hold their ter- ritory. They both forfeit their franchises which will be at the disposal of he league. -This is nol the on which the two clubs forfeit their standing and franchises: Sec, 9, Article 7, of the league constitution, reads: "Tlie membership of any club may be terminated for failure or to fulfil its contractual obligations or payments of league dues, vhen such have become due." Brandon and Winnipeg have both fallen delinquent in.the matter of assessments. Winnipeg owes the league ?IS ind Brandon something in tlie neighborhood of S240. Drafts made upon .hem for the amount are returned not honored. The essence of diplomacy could never make a league a success with such pikers as Brandon and Winnipeg in it. MOTOR SPEED BOAT VIVA MAKES FIFTY MILES AN HOUR IN TEST. EDMONTON CUTTING DOWN EXPENSES OF TEAM h'dmuiiion. Any. Ed- monton player liaa Junl received Ills walking papers, and lie was no less a than the hard-hitting tliird-sacker of the Eskimos. Vim- dine was not lot out on account of lus as he has filled tho dUll- (ult> corner to perfection over since lie arrived he, hut IKS was let out in order to curtail expenses. This will ive tho locals In a weaker con- dition in which to finish thc season, but there is now no hope finishing In first plnt'3 a nil to get into The Viv in express car to L-Iuntington Bay, L. 1.. THE. BOAT the new hydroplane built by the Emerson Ungtne Company, of Aloxnntlria, Va., has. been shipped In preparatory to starting In the American elimination trln! races, whk-h will ue tartt'd next week. Kopovts from the builder confirm the niinouncemciit. that timing instruments recorded a speed ot more than fifty miles an hour during a recent trial on the Potomac Hirer. 1V The Viva belongs to Hear Commodore .1. Stuart IJIackton, of the -Motor Boat Club of America, and Is 32 feet on deck and 0 feet G Inches beam. She is the fastest boat of her size ever constructed, and her speed lias only been ex- ceeded In this country by the Dixie IV., which made fifty- two miles nu -hour in a recent trial, MAROONS BEAT WHITE ELEVEN The Maroons won out in the game of football played last night between lie Maroons and the Whites, by a score of was an interesting! game all through, but the score is 1 not a fair criterion of the respective i standing of the teams, as each team was compelled to supplement its mini- j hers with outside help. THIS IS HIM DISTRICT FOOTBALL TOMORROW NIGHT I The Lethbridge Rovers and iogeUier' at the .Athletic park tomorrow evening. The line-up of the local eleven will he Wan less Chis- holm and Horn; James, Whik-n and Ilagersion Bembridge, '.'hiswicic, Davies and Simm. Players are re- quested to he on hand ready for the j commencement of UK; game at j The evenings arc, getting short iind Grover Hayes Favors Packey MARK'NELSON Arrived in Lethbridge from .Minot, K.! -tIJ-, this morning. Nelson t.old the I is m-ncrauvc that the game should that ,n the pinh orcon EXPECTS TO. RETAIN TITLE Gotch Predicts Over Hachenschmidt Hy l-'nvnk OoU'li my wrestling match .with Hack'-snschniidt Is over two weeks away, 1 am practically ready to step -inside the ropes now. 1 have conscientiously trained for this match as never bei'ore and my six weeks of work lias left me in a condition where nothing more could be desired. T will go on tiie mat weighing1 about what 1 do now, I expect :o win, bill no man is unbeat- able. All I cjin promise is that 1 will do my best and it will not be my fault if the bout is not over in i he uuickest possible time. 1 do not underestimate Hacken- schmidt in the lea.st. He Is 'a powerful wrestler and iins increas- ed his knowledge since 1 last met him, but it will be decisive one rt-fjy or the other, of that I am certain. It will be a bona 1'ide winner at the close and 1 hope and expect to retain my title. Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL New York ..OOn 101 100 (i 1 ami Myers; Ri- cliif and Archer. x Hoston ....000 010 (1 5 rindnnatl .......30-1 10 1 Uallcries I'enluc, Brown and Caspar, and McLean and Clark. Brooklyn i.onis 1101 000 I 1112 0211 C and Merger second position Is almost an similty.. However, the hoys Intend to make Calgary iravol to win any I'itt-sburg e Kunes rroin now. out. even if Lbe in- tlelil will be greatly broken up. Dink 000 101! 003-10 Detroit neiu will oe yif.inj njj. i.uuv lev will play third tonight and Slight will don the mitt at tils, initial sack. i-Hison. If this combination works well, the infield will remain that ,if Uiulley falls to mako good at third. Boronson will be given a. trial ill the job and Slight will, catch.'- Vandlne has Joined the.. Bronchos and will play- third for them. Chick will be removed, back to 'second and as.b'lirfen will be in the game again, tlie Calgaryites look to be the sl'rong-1 ;t they have been at any time dur- IlalU'rk's Chalmers, Moore ami Hall ami Jlailiicn Stcdc, Camnitz ng the Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Won Lost .Moose Jaw...... 7.S Calgary 31 Edmonton...... 47. -IB Winnipeg nl ii2 Saskatoon...... 32 tiO Brandon 25 7-1 AMERICAN ...010 030 000 II Xcw_ York .200 000 200 'and 'Stallage; Wai-hop ami Chicago..........0110 000 10 6 Washington ......100 01! 0 1 Hattcrics Send, Magridgo and Block Johnson and Street. I'hiladclpliia-St. account of game on garnc sched- uled. EASTERN -lersey I'ity ...000 Montreal ........203 500 OOx-10 .Second iJOB i .Jersey City ...013 010 .49oi Montreal .326 Providence start on time. It looks like a fin e game for 1-Ixhi j bition visitors. The game will be Winnipeg, Aug. Hayes, matched fora twenty round or finish j 'called at fi.lii sharp anil all lovers of Who decisively-defeated Billy Lander here last .Wednesday evening, stands ready to meet any lightweight, in the is another boxer who believes that .lackey McFarland will OM class Champion A. Wolgaat .when they clash in a teu round bout at Milwau- kee on Sept. 15. 'TVolgast is a. distance lighter, while a short ro.und afi'air always acts to the advantage of such a scientific boxer as McFarland and in tlie limited bout I 'believe Packey will put It over Hayes. contest, would Wolgast, in view of the) football should he on hand at (iltfon for his Roy fieorge, j Thursday evening at the Majestic Theatre.. AYh-en asked how he i'elt about the issue ihe sensibly replied TO SEE OTOOLE WORK Chicago New York Pfttslmi'g Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston NATIONAL 64 65 Buffalo GO CO 48 41 40 42 4-1 4S 40 59 en .CIS; Baltimore .......Oflfl 1131 Toronto ..........003 002 .........OH foo I Rochester .......300 010 .383 ..300 fact that ho is a long distance !or first turn the tables on j "It would all depend on the weight conditions. If (he articles pi' agree- ment called for 133 pounds at 3 o'clock the same as for the contest next month, I feel certain that Wolgast wo.uld relinquish his championship. McParland Is a wonderful boxer, undoubtedly the most clever in the game today, and if he can chloroform Wolgast into making weight conces- sions that are perfectly suited to his physique the title would change hands '.'McFarland certainly got the bettor same as it did when Wolgast and Wolgrast in the match making. 133 xelson met in their second tight, pounds at 3 o'clock Is just about cut] saw .Wolgast'box Kirdclcout Brown out for MeFarland and at this figure he will go into tihe ring practically a whereas Wplgast will be legitimate lightweight "Supposing McFarland beats Wol- gast in Milwaukee, and they are -re- in Philadelphia and in that go he cer- tainly did not display anything out of the ordinary. Ad however, Is a rug- ged boy and at the legitimate light weight limit must be a could he hold the Western Canada League Games the that he knew nothing of his oppon- ent's ability and therefore was in no] position to make, an assertion. son at 153 .pounds, the middla- weight clns-3. George will probably j ,.OCBjvel] ROBINS MADE PLENTY OF ERRORS BUT WON Saskatoon, Aug. 21. The great pitching of Brown gave Moose Jaw Pittsb.urg, Aug. to noon ro- ,y Barney Dreyfuss, presidejlt of tlie league baseball less than AMERICAN Philadelphia 73 39 .652 Detroit......... 70 45 .6011 Boston....... 59 54 .522 Cleveland....... 57 57 .500 Xew York 57 5S .405 Chicago........ 56 5S .400 Washington...... 4S 66 .410 St. Louis 34 77 .306 CANADIAN liorlin 12 .St. Thomas t I i Hranlford.................: 2 Gnclph fl London 3 Hamilton.................. 11. nurds and telephone win over the Hcrrj-piqkers tliis uv- ng in n close game, 'ty n score t scale considerable more, so will necessarily fight at catch weights. Lalls ul.ging he A glance at Nelson acquaints "Marly OToole, the this city, and put him on .the firing line. The beseeching notes and calls came from-tuns of every ilk and degree, three of the letters being from prom- inent ministers, whose names were withheld. Mayor Magee is also with the fact that he is no spl'ln; i chicken but rather a battle scarred warrior of .the fistic arena; one who knows the game nnd has had exper- ience thereof. is not quite as young as his uictni'ft indicates. Rochester Toronto Buffalo Montreal Jersey City Newark Providence EASTERN ..78 72 71. WINNIPEG PROPOSED FOR 39 47 47 5fl .62 6a 70 72 .G67 .605 .801 .486 .4SC .3111 .354 RUCKER OF STERLING ABILITY _ one has sunoken abo-.it all' Ported .to have sent an "OToole let 5 to 1. Backoff was on the for j [h ,re.n pitchers of the national' ter" Although this could .not be con BE SATISFIED Only with the Best Good shoes are as easy to get as bad ones, and the price is no more. But to get them you must go to BUCHAN'S Sole Agent for Slater Shoes Nmt Eureka Theatre the locals and jiitched good though thc heavy hitting Rubins lamhid nn him for 13 safe hits. Of these only out1 was more than sin- gle, whereas the Pickers hart two three-hasp hits and one'Iwo-lmsc io their credit.' For once the error column showed the Rollins up in had light, no less ihan seven being down to them as against a clean shutout, by locals. Most 01 the errors were; caused ny the slate of the field, which outside the dia- mond was practically under water. Scovc by innings Moose -law 220 OH 1 Saskatoon 210 001 ;ALGARY WON CLOSE GAME FROM EDMONTON t'algary, Aug. an eight in- ning same Calgary won from the Es- kimos 3 to 2. The weather was too chilly for high grade ball, lint, thc game was fair. Manning for Calgary pitched fair ball, but did not seem to take his work any too seriously. He was to blame for botli rims scored by the Kskimos. Vandine was on Ihe Uronchns' line-up and played a fine game at second. He also did well bal. Ford pitched for the visitors and was hit Freely. Score by innings: Edmonton 000 200 Calgary 300 000'00-3 game there is one wlio stands out as just about, the best of the lot. That fellow is N7ap Riickcr, the Brooklyn firmed. Clarke may" send Marty in against tlie Cardinals, in which event grass southpaw. This wonderful twirler scats in adjacent Schonley_ Park will with .a good ball club lose bo selling for 3 cents more than two or three sanies-a He games by oiv a( e' son. run, more through errors by bis team- mates -and more .through the failure ,of the Brooylkn batters lo get rims j Indian across for him than any other" pitcher in the hiisiness. He is ppretly jf-ri- erally considered the Icing or the Jer't BENDER HAS ODD CONTRACT Receives What Connie Mack Thinks His Work Deserves Chief Bender; of the Athletics, ha iinmlers ant! some managers'think he! had a peculiar contract to sign for the is the greatest pitcher in fhe last several seasons. Connie Mack, today. Jstend of giving: the Indian a big sal- as he deserves, has him sign a j blank contract, and at the end of the i season he puts in a bonus which he j thinks pays for the Indian's work. I This started in Bender told a reporter he would, quit and be- come a travel ing salesman. But it didn't work with Conuie, and ''.o of- fered congratulations ami sent a con- tract for according to league requirements. -Bender hurried to Cin- nie and toiri htm it was all a' joke, j but1 Connie said that was all he rmild (pay until he had shown he winning hall. Besides his share In the gate receipts. Bender got vl.OUO ealarv.in 1910. If a man got a position as a chhn- ley sweep, would he be well suited? [The gink who IB responsible for the 'oregoing had enough dense to dia- gram "Suited" Is pronounced the same wigr u "awted." (Grab It now.) THEY QIDNT FIGHT A writer from Cranbrook wants ad- vice on a supposed Morris-Kaufman bout'this summer. Wo have r.e.ver heard of the two coming together. Kaufman WRK de- feated at Kansas City, May 5th, by Jim Fly mi, Cnrl Morris previously beaten Mike Shrcck. I AMERICAN ASSOCIATION .Minneapolis 69 Uolnmbns...... 67 55 Kansas City CO 5o St. Paul........ CO B2 Gl G4 Indianapolis 5" 'fifi 56 '68 .5-fii .4112 .488 .463 .452 .447 NEW BASEBALL LEAGUE Lacrosse, tions are well under way for the or---, .imation of a new baseball league to include tho southern clubs of tbo Minnesota Wisconsin and dissatisfied northern clubs of the Three Eye lea- gue. in both these leagues Have made changes necessary and of- ficials of ihe -Minnesota league propose to add Si. Paul, Minneapolis, Brandon -md Winnipeg; while tlie Three Bye ilirect'ors 'propose io take southern cilies to replace those in the northern end-of tbe circuit which will probab- ly affiliate with the new organization. Old Smuggler Distinguishing Features Great Body and Age _ Made in the Glenlivci District of Distilleries in from thc finest of Scotch Bailey. 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