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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Fife It The Lethbridge Daily Herald. SatiurOay, August WESTERN CANADA LEAGUE OFFICIAL AVERAGES From July llth to August 6th, 1910 Name BATTING Club 0. H. T.B. S.H. S.B. PC. Vandine, Winnipeg................ Morse Edmonton.................. Clyne, Calgary Plass, Winnipeg................... Spencer, Edmonton................ Wilson, Saskatoon Mills, Edmonton Isbeil, Winnipeg Smith, Calgary...........-......... Hurley, Moose Jaw............... Letcher, Regina Brennen, Edmonton Kellacky, Calgary................. Mackin, Carney, Calgary.................... Walters, Regina Collins, Winnipeg Bell, Moose Jaw................... Schaf er, Saskatoon................ Gordon, Saskaton. Lezie, Lethbridge.................. Connors, Calgary Crocker, Mose Paddock, Calgary.....'.............. Quigley, Moose Jaw and Edmonton.. Dudley, Lethbridge................ Collins, Regina Beatty, Winnipeg.................. Piper, Winnipeg................... Chick, Lethbridge................. Grby, Moose Jaw.................. Krueger, Winnipeg................- Zimmerman, Lethbridge-----..... Standridge, Calgary................ Stockell, Moose Jaw................ Cos, Edmonton..................... Olsen, Lethbridge and Winnipeg "Duggan, Calgary-----................ Ward, Edmonton and Lethbridge Baxter, Edmonton................. Geehan, Thompson, Brandon Hoffman, Winnipeg, and Regina------ Elsey, Moose Jaw and Regina...... Bennett, Saskatoon................ Skeels, Regina.................... Lussie, Stanley, Calgary................ McCarter, Saskatoon................ Oriet Lethbridge Flannigan, Calgary................ Cooper, Sullivan, Brandon......'........... Whisman, Lynch, Joe, Lethbridge............. Shultz, Tripplet, Brandon Wilsson, Winnipeg Dell, Edmonton.................... Mclutosh, Regina................... Pieh, Lethbridge Borelski. Brandon.................. Donovan, Regina................... Manning, Calgary O'Hayf, Lethbridge................. Head Lethbridge................... Costello, Winnipeg and Saskatoon Thelan, Brandon...............'----- Jones, Moose Jaw.................. Bues ,Regina and Brandon.......... O'Brien, Brandon................... Holmes, Brandon................... MOITOW, Brandon................... Bliss, Moose Jaw................... Gurney. Regina.................... Harper, Saskatoon.................. White, Edmonton................... Anderson, Rodosy, Brandon and Saskatoon..... Edmonds, Winnipeg................ McDonell, Brandon................. Smithson; Moose Jaw............... Moore, Winnipeg.................. Davidson, Saskatoon................ Woods. Erandon G-iddy C'L'lgary Daschbark, Regina___............. Page, Saskatoon, McDonough. Brandon............... Kreitz, Winnipeg................... Samuels, Moose Jaw................ Grady. Edmonton Gilcbrist, Moose Jaw and Regina___ Nelson, Saskatoon Heinrichs, Brandon.................. Van Ward, Lethbridge and Winnipeg. Dellar, Edmonton Smith, Brandon Speiser, Winnipeg.................. Brown, Moose Jaw Davis, Moose Jaw.................. Miller, Letnbridge Corrigan, Lethbridge Grayson, Brandon.................. Sage, Regina....................... Grimes, Lethbridge.......'.......... Houston, Regina 32 44 77 2SS 75 2S9 9 31 64 221 5S 218 77 273 'ii 2n 73 270 75 25S 71 257 60 1S3 73 244 57 196 61 233 56 166 14 36 76 237 67 222 23 62 36 96 75 262 76 270 S4 257 51 177 SO 2S7 6S 214 58 203 48 1S3 SO 309 31 99 67 230 6S 239 50 155 23 64 76 271 69 243 35 126 52 16S 73 237 26 66 39 134 70 232 61 207 74 255 So 90 72 300 56 158 65 222 20 67 63 212 72 259 69 247 22 74 74 273 67 224 54 197 31 71 26 71 63 -223 36 110 21 62 72 249 24 S2 50 276 66 249 26 95 9 25 51 190 77 258 69 234 60 249 12 21 52 158 29 96 74 227 41 124 52 169 76 230 52 162 27 96 23 56 15 51 72 286 S 17 53 97 55 96 S 10 27 67 32 66 55 S2 23 SO 54 7S 34 74 24 73 33 52 40 69 35 55 3S 65 26 46 3 10 47 65 42 61 .1 17 26 34 37 70 46 72 55 68 .77 30 48 37 74 37 55 24 52 35 47 48 SS 11 25 43 33 60 28 39 9 17 35 68 48 60 22 31 26 40 38 69 14 16 17 32 38 55 29 49 56 60 10 21 46 87 23 38 41 50 10 15 29 47 26 57 34 63 5 16 34 69 25 49 28 42 11 15 10 15 22 49 11 23 9 13 27 -52 17 17 57 22 1 3 133 7 52 123 15 19 11 1 12 76 10 23 85 9 17 100 12 39 109 17 IS 12 19 93 17 20 90 13 S 71 6 37 89 21 15 59 7 10 86 16 IS 48 7 27 91 10 16 12 .33( .332 .300 .288 .288 .286 .284 .284 .282 .280 .278 .277 .274 65 63 .274 7 .274 .270 115 63 6 4 16 81 11 14 95 10 20 6 6 7 15 .261 92 10 11 74 9 33 64 11 12 66 9 16 124 10 16 31 12 7 62 19 24 70 S 25 .251 56 13 28 87 12 15 .250 71 11 19 36 S 60 10 SO 14 22 IS 10 37 7 13 .238 .267 .266 .264 357 .256 .256 .250 .250 .246 7 .246 .245 .244 .242 77 13 S 55 15 16 75 14 34 27 2 4 7 98 7 34 39 11 4 52 IS 29 .237 .236 .235 .233 ,290 16 1 6 .22J 75 12 10 79 22 12 SO 17 90 70 52 16 IS 62 2S 17 60 4 14 2 5 9 S 9 19 5 5 2 24 4 1 S 6 3 4: 5 20 .221 .220 '.218 .216 .215 .214 .213 .211 1 .211 5 .210 .209 4 .209 .208 10 27 19 17 9 19 22 34 21 27 29 23 22 22 90 23 SI 53 59 31 56 50 97 60 73 89 71 51 60 61 73 451 25 9 IS 22 53 13 63 33 43 49 68 36 52 33 61 6 19 1 5 15 38 21 51 30 46 20 48 4 18 30 15 IS 28 42 11 23 10 31 24 42 21 29 14 17 3 10 4 9 25 50 3 S __ 5 14 8 9 5 10 4 .S 1 9 5 S 10 15 5 9 5 11 7 13 6 10 7 7 7 S 9 S 29 56 5 S 5 2 9 30 0 6 12 4 4 9 29 78 66. 22 13 22 3 2 40 5 2 66 12 12 53 20 22 54 7 IS 3 2 29 23 53 17 26 10 34 2 41 12 IS 35 14 S 17 1 5 10 3 0 833 54 13 19 920 A _______ .a.-._Bnm 15 11' 15 6 10 S IS 10 12 14 14 7 10 S 6S S .207 .206 .204 .200 .200 .200 .197 .196 .192 .190 .189 .187 .185 2 .185 1 .183 .182 .179 .177 .176 .176 .174 Name Club A'ldeison, Saskatoon Krietz, Winnipeg Spencer, Edmonton................. Lynch, Lethbridge.................. Stanley, Calgary Cooper, Brandon Bliss, Moose Jaw Edwards, Winnipeg Mclntosh, Winnipeg................ Davidson, Winnipeg................ Ward, Lethbridge and Edmonton----- Page Saskatoon.................... FIELDING CATCHERS G i 52 9 64 74 56 Club Name Sage, Regina........ H-ickey Edmomon Standridge Calgary Gordon, Saskatoon Wilson Winnipeg, Speiser, Winnipeg Starkell, Moose Jaw Skeels, Regina Collins, Winnipeg, Dellar, Edmonton, Heinrichs, Brandon, Geehan, Brown, Moose Jaw Samuels Moose Jaw Houston, 52 52 63 72 52 19 PITCHERS G ___ 22 11 50 23 31 22 23 35 14 23 27 26 26 19 13 Graysan, Lethbridge and Brandon Xelson, Saskatoon................. Grimes, Regina and LethBridge..... Grady Edmonton.................. Miller, Winnipeg and Lethbridge Gilehrist, Thelan, Brandon Pieh, Lethbridge Dell Smith Brandon.................... Smithson, Moose Jaw.............. Woods, Lezie, Lethbridge................. Manning, Calgary................. Gaddy Calgary.................... Club Name O'Hayr, Lethbridge Beatty, Winipeg.......... Hurley, Moose Jaw Kellacky, Calgary Baxter. Edmonton........ Bues, Brandon and Regina Schafer, Saskatoon....... Thompson, Brandon...... Name Club Connors, Calgary White, Edmonton 21sey, Moose Plass, Winnipeg Quigley, Moose Jaw Hoffman. Winnipeg MacMn, Lethbridge lostello, Saskatoon Rodosy Saskatoon Name Club lolmes, Brandon Jones, Moose Jaw Smith, Calgary V'andine, Regina..... Tripplet, Brandon Brennan, Edmonton !-urney, Regina McCarter, 'Saskatoon lead, Lethbridge BoielsM, .Brandon 2 S .160 .160 3 .154 0 .150 2 .150 Name Club Morse, Edmonton..... Krueger, Winnipeg Bell, Moose Jaw Harper, Saskatoon 1% Oriet. Lethbridge..... j O'Brien; Brandon co Ward, Winnipeg i Paddock, Calgary..... Chick, Lethbridge Duggan, Calgary 2 .161 4 .146 .140 4 2 1 2 1 4 2 .137 2 .133 .131 .126 .126 .121 2 .116 4 .102 2 .102 1 .S3 PITCHERS' RECORDS Walters, Regina Daschbork, Regina Name Club 18 21 23 22 25 34 9 36 26 22 23 20 36 24 10 FIRST BASE G SO 58 75 73 73 77 67 39 SECOND BASE G 75 41 61 9 51 70 57 26 76 THIRD BASE G 60 51' 73 12 '54 60 25 68 66 21 SHORT STOP G 77 67 76 74 20 69 29 64 SO 38 56 27 LEFT FIELD G P. 0. 2CG 35 371 436 318 328 237 133 361 389 135 44 P. O. 8 9 69 5 24 S 24 16 14 6 12 7 16 10 6 10 S Mills, Edmonton....... Clyne, Calgary........ Isbeil Winnipeg....... Shultz, Brandon....... Zimmerman Lethbridge Davis Moose Jaw...... Morrow. Brandon Collins. -Regina Name Club Pitcher's Records Wilson Saskatoon Geby, Moose Jaw Sullivan, -Brandon Carney, Calgary, Donovan. Regina............. Cox, Edmonton and Lethbridge Piper, Winnipeg Name Club G W L Collins, Winnipeg 6 Geehan, Calgary 21 Manning, Calgary 24 Dellar Edmonton Heinricks, Brandon Grady, Edmonton Grayson Bran. Leth. Brown, Moose Jaw Leizie, Lethbridge Pieh, Lethbridge Gordon, Medicine Hat 18 Dell, Edmonton 20 Sage, Regina, 17 Skeels, Moose Ja-w and Regina 20 o 16 18 15 15 10 6 14 14 14 10 11 9 S 10 11 S 9 S p.c. .833 .761 .750 .714 .681 .666 .660 .593 .583 .560 .555 .550 .529 Name Club G W L Thelan, Brandon, 6 Starkell. Moose Jaw 13 Gilchrist, Moose Jaw Regina 11 Wilson, Winnipeg 9 Gaddy, Calgary, 7 Samuels, Moose Jaw 15 Speiser, Winnipeg 16 Miller, Win. Leth. 17 p.c .500 .428 10 10 .500 Houston, Regina Nelson, Saskatoon Woods. Brandon, Smith, Brandon Grimes, Regina and Lethbridge 12 17 14 6 9 6 10 6 11 4 S 5 IS 4 10 2 5 .285 NTame Club Moore, Winnipeg j Flannigan, Calgary lUcDonell, Brandon Ciocker Moose Jaw Letcher, Regina____ Bennett, Saskatoon Lassie, Edmonton Winnipeg !333 .294 .285 15 2 13 .133 67 6S 73 11 6S RIGHT FIELD G 5S 31 69 61 72 76 48 CENTRE FIELD G 15 63 27 76 71 74 72 69 SO 17 27 10 21 6 5 11 16 7 4 P. O. .715 595 624 664 518 663 683 353 P. 0. 187 181 340 29 123 126 137 53 111 P. 0. S7 111 140 19 104 115 47 132 90 18 P. 0. 156 161 145 130 .29 118 39 106 131 46 94 44 P.C. 118 116 252 145 109 119 10 111 P.C. 69 38 94 S7 91 71 97 P. O. 26 166 60 127 115 132 149 114 128 30 19 78 87 74 93 60 50 SS 80 31 26 A 48 32 78 55 66 65 79 61 31 6? 75 59 62 46 33 26 41 63 60 76 55 32 112 73 47 45 52 45 50 13 A 34 30 40 37 51 22 52 31 A 200 72 34 42 131 117 112 71 182 A 119 107 165 20 98 137 49 129 133 30 A 253 202 155 208 40 166 59 136 156 39 36 51 A 22 18 29 15 4 58 S, 41 A 21 3 12 33 16 S 12 A 9 32 4 S 15 '15 67 6 51 6 E 6 1 14 17 15 16 13 10 18 37 12 9 1 5 2 3 3 4 S 2 4 5 4 5 4 3 3 4 7 6 "7 S 3 IS S S 6 9 9 12 4 E 19 16 17 IS 15 23 27 9 E 19 S 12 2 IS 26 28 14 38 E 11 12 20 3 28 24 11 39 37 9 16 19 33 38 8 34 13 33 43 17 28 27 E 2 7 10 9 10 19 2 17 E 5 2 4 14 14 6 6 E 1 11 4 8 S 10 38, 11 20 P. C. .977 .981 .969- .968 .963 .963 .950 .94o .940 .926 .876 .886 P. C. 1000 .976 967 .967 .967 .962 .962 .958 '.957 .949 .945 .942 .939 .933 .928 .923 .918 .910 .913 .912 .911 .911 .910 .90S .S9S .892 .875 .871 .826 .809 P.C. .975 .375 .975 .974 .974 .967 .964 .953 P.C. .977 .959 .968 .966 .933 .902 .898 .898 .SS5 P. C. .949 .94? .935 .928 .918 .913 .897 .870 .857 .842 P.C. .962, .950 .900 .898 .896 .893 .882 .880 .839 .833 .822 .778 P.C. .985 .951 .965 .946 .915 .903 .900 .899 P.C. .947 .965 .963 .895 .884 .926 .947 P. C. .972 .947 .941 .944 .942 .923 .916 .899 .S7S Dudley, Lethbridge McDonough, Brandon................ The last official averages will be issued from the President's office as soon as possible after the concluding games of the league schedule. The President wishes to announce that he will be pleased -to mail a copy of the averages to any player who cares to send in his name and address. ENGLISH SPORTING St. on Wednesday, September 7, approaches, it becomes more and more apparent that this year's clas- sic is to be one of the most open ing offered. He finishsd twelfth in i a field of 16. His nest appearance "was at -the Ascot Derby, in which Lem- gave him seven pounds and 'beat races ever witnessed in -the Doncaster I him by two length, and the very next London, England, August Kdward Aston, the Fulham strong man, who has just won the world's middle weight lifting championship, is planning on a visit to the States falL He is a fellow of considerable "means, and is impressed with the idea that musclar development along the right lines has been lost sight of. For a man of his pounds and inches Ashton is certainly a marvel. Stand- ing only 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighing but 161 pounds, he has per- formed many feats of strength that seem almost incredible. He is cred- itet with a lift of 251 pounds in a one handed jerk, a world's record, while two-handed he has lilted 319 He has also lifted 261 pounds over his head, another world's record. As the date for the running of the event Earlier in the season it looked i as though Lemberg and Neil Gow {might fight it out, tout as time wears on, while they are naturally still in better favor than any of the others the feeling grows that neitUfer is likely to shine as a stayer, and that a mile and a half distance represents about the.end of their tether. There are three good horses in the field that certainly are endowed with ample' staying qualities in Charles O'Malley, Greenback and Swynford. The latter is Lord Derby's horse and been making friends with a rush ever since winning -the Liver- pool Cup three weeks ago. The pres- ent odds on him are 7 to 1, and he is improving all the time. Swynford, like all other St. Leger starters, is a three year old and did not run in his three year old form until the Derby at Epsom, in which he was not in the least fancied, odds of 50 to 1 vbe- day in the Hardwicke Stakes at a mile and a half, he beat a good field, including Whisk Broom. Winning the Liverpool Cup at one and a quar- ter mile one day and the Hardwicke Stakes at one and a half miles proves beyond question Swynford's stamina. Charles O'Malley and Greenback have won at 'two miles and one mile and seven-eighths mile, respectively, so 'there can be no question about their staying. The last of the season's classics certainly looks like an open race, in which the first and second choices in the early ibetting will fin- ish behind the winner. And while this year's three year olds are being primed for 'their final stage promising crop of two year old babies is coming along to contest for the Der-by and other rich stakes a twelve month hence. There are four in this lot 'that stick, out con- spicuously, although it doesn't always happen that the best two year olds develop into Derby winners. This quartette at present comprises Cellini, Seaforth, Pietri and St. Nat, and of the four most of the race goers would award the first place to St. Nat The latter colt is one of the first crop of colts of the great St Denis, owned by Sol Joel, who is likewise 'the own- er of the Nat Colt -Seaforth has five starts to his credit without a de- feat, but he has ibeen fortunate in 'the running up against fields that were not overly classy. THE PICTURE CASE Los Angles, Aug. Jeffries went hunting in the mountains today, just in time to avoid a subpoena for him to appear as a witness in-court and testify whether he and Jack John- son had a prize fight in Reno, July 4. This is the important question in the case of the riicture show men who were arrested in Arcadia last week for displaying the reproduction of the con- test before an audience there. They were charged with conspiracy against public morals and will be placed on trlaL IS THERE TOO MUCH SPORT (Frank Hyde, in the Athletic World) Periodically some wiseacre with all the pessimism of a recluse pro- claims that the people of the present age are given over too greatly to the practices of sports. We cannot ig- nore that at all times such sophists gain willing- and attentivo audiences of -whom they make converts after their own kind. They must have their following of those whose inclinations run rather to 'the sedentary than, the vigorous pursuits of life; in every- thing .they remain spectators, not par- ticipants. To them the endowment of a Wealthy ibody does not mean the in- comparable privileges of a full enjoy- ment of the pleasures beyond self. They are con-tent to sit and while away the time, caring little about the ultimate fatty degeneration, sluggish- ness of organic functions, the stooped shoulders and corpulency, neither do th.oy admit the cause when time com- pels the realization that the digestive organs ihave been asked to perform feats of supplying tissue that exercise has not consumed. Men. are consti- tuted of many minds; a life of ease has its certain attractiveness, but those w.ho make a lifelong study of dormant condition must in time have the truth come home to them, more or less (forcibly, that on dying they leave to posterity a debt unpaid, for from -our progenitors the legacy of health is the richest -bequest that Nature can 'bestow, it is -the founda- tion upon, the superstructure of physical and intellectual efficiency is otiilt The truth that "in a. sound a sound mind dwells" should well with those devoting to the subject of health and all that that state means. The arro- gance of the negative interests of sports must be considered, indiffer- ence and laziness. These are 'the ar- mour-clad opponents of the generous promptings of a congenial disposition and an-ambitious nature. What mind or mood so eccentrically biased as to secure Fielder Jones, .'he former leader of the Chicago White Sox Tins is denied by the owners of the club, 'but the rumor refuses to- down. There Is no question bat that Jones would make a fine leader for the NV.-F, he has proven one of the best Lase- ball generals of recent years. A Mass Meeting To be Addressed by The Rt. Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, P.C., G.C.M.G. Hon George P. Graham Hon. A. L. Sift on Hon. Frank Oliver E. ML Macdonald, M.P. F. F. Pardee, M.P. And Others Will Be Held On Public Square, Lethbridge At four o'clock on the afternoon of Wednesday, August 31st The Public is Cordially Invited to Attend Fare and One-Third on both lines of the A. E. I. and on the C. P. E. from Coleman on the west, Grassy Lake on the east, Glaresholm on the north and on the Carmangay branch. Good going on the 30th and re- turning September 1st. Ingram; the Primus of tne joisnop 'or ixm- j turesque cnaracter of that first Angli- Among them was Rev. Charles Inglis can service on North American soil who became the first Bishop of Nova ministry and the 30th of his consecra-1 wnen the last census was tlon. certain that next year's census It is I sus .will 11 Studio for Art Studies and special rooms for the teaching of Pianoforte'. SCHOOL RE-OPENS WEDNESDAY, HTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1910 ;