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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Satin-day, June THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALI? FRANCIS KADLY HDRT WRESTLING TIGERS WONDERFUL START MAKES THEM FAVORITES J. 1 -T1 T 1 enmngs i earn Looks to be Stronger Than Ever This Year and Should Win the Pennant j Bob Fitzsimmons saye he always The wonderful burst of speed dis- !could beat a man wno would played by the Detroit club this sea- rush at him. The fellows who knew Fltszimmons and His Methods in Roped Arena ONCE FAMOUS BALL PLAYER Eon has the fans the country over guessing. Before the race started it how to feint and step around were the oiies that bothered him is, was hard to figure how Jennings they ]astea longer against him than an, hi8 i.v. a ,ook to for the gonfalon. But, after having caiige he went in and -ried to rush watched them play four games ag- Bob round the ring. But men ainst the Yankees, with the flying like Jim Hall and Jack Dempsey and start they have made, the Tigers are j Jim Corbett made it more troublesome more than likely to cop the pennant, j the Ianky fellovv, says W. C. Kelly Philadelphia and the Yankees alone Ku6 C1feland v a I It made uo difference how hard figured to beat them out. The latter hit if they wwW come team has been shot to pieces through tearing in 1 liked says Bob the illness of around a dozen of its 'night. "I knew-the moment I squared athletes, and I doubt very much if j off in front of Sharkey that I would Connie Mack's men can oust the Ti- 'beat nim J'ust when l Sot ready to do gers from first place. ik- a but _ r every time he rushed he left himself Por three years Jennings rvon the i wide open and all r had to do vas pennant, for Detroit with only a pair I to shoot out one fist or the other. He of high-class outfielders and a couple ,'went down when he got it on the right of good twirlers. The rest of the team was very ordinary- His infield didn't class and he didn't have a cat- cher of major league calibre. is different now. Good First Baseman But it Gainor and Ness, two youngsters, spot. "I had some trouble finding Jim Corbett. for he was the shiftiest fellow who ever pulled on a glove and he was an adept at the. art of feint- ing. And any man who can feint cleverly can bother any fighter, 1 don't care how good be is. I had to sre performing creditably at first base. bide my time and do a lot of think- Both are as good as Rossraan or Tom before T finall-v Sot'to Corbett. He Jones. Delehantv at second, Bush at riSht hand all the j -.r xv i I time and stepping away every time I Ashore and Monanty at third are play- !moved it "ing corking good ball. Altogether the infield is a pretty sweet one. For the first time since Jennings Pitcher is Most Worried Man on Ball Team Ben Hunt, the crack whipster of the JBoston Red Sox, knows more about It-he pitching end of the national PJIS- jtime than most of thc major league mound artists and has made a thor- ough study of the finer points of the slab stunt. "I have been asked many re- TABER BEAT MAGRATH lhe gam lhey put up here V, Jesleiaay when lhe' Che 10fJ Iline 4 has promise of a Better line-up in their next Magratli, June must be credited with having marked Hunt recently, "does a pitcher jo- a ball team of real class by have an easy People are led to believe this bs-cause each i.nan is only called to work about once a week." i "A pitcher worries more concerning _ his physical condition than anything i else. He must map out his daily work and keep primed for duty. Mental game, which is scheduled in dition is very important. Often you Lethbridge, Wednesday next, hear this remark, 'he has gained con-! fidence in himself and is pitching great ball.' This confidence is in ai_____________ free and easy condition of mind caused by two or three successive victories. Think of the conscientious pitcher who losc-s six or seven straight games and don't you believe he has no sleep- i less nights. While this man is pitch- 1 ing he is apt to think more of the final! President Johnson Tips Off DetrcitJH result than of his immediate work. STOP BETTING ON BASEBALL San Francisco Pugilistic Expert Recalls Merits of the Great Australian Negro Fighter It was very evident that Peter Jack- son, former champion of Australia, had many admirers among California patrons of boxing and he is still re- membered as a pleasant, well-foehav- ed fellow and a Class A heavyweight. In an article written some little time ago I took occasion to say that I did not care to hazard an opinion as .to whether Peter Jackscn in his day was a. greater fighter than Jack Johnson, is in his day. I have explained time and again that there is no way of sett- f that kind satis- Police Chief factorily. But the arguments keep Needless to say, he is under a severe! strain by over-trying to su-ch an extent j Detroit, May IB another'cropping: up iust the same- that all effectiveness is lost and he ban on baseball I A correspondent who frankly utters generally loses another game. On the i Johnson other hand, when he feels at ease; his tc tors are getting the small end of the the mone-v- decisions, and Horace Fogej is protest- as long as Ulc jing for effect. "r ;vi11 admit the umpiring: here has Of course, thc great gaine of the I on the kick-off, and prospects were week was the long looked for Callie-i good for a fast game, but the S.Q.E. Sons of Englarft fixture, and a great i were not sleeping and soon began to j number L for j 1 T I18." u' On heen Rn. claS6 rh ,amps crowd congregated on Tuesday night i press. For some time it was hard j tins point on, the trie, league space docs not been ,et tne games expecting to witness a tight struggle, j to sec which -team, was having the Ollt 'of mlt- and WI" havc to take this for both teams were on paper of ev-1 best of it, the bail being first wlmc thc Calhes dld not have matters ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER RENEWS VIM AND VIGOR Get yourself into shape for "that tired that comes in the Spring and Summer, by fortifying your constitution with Al- berta's Pride Beer. This beer is a tonic and a strengthener. A glass or two daily vrill give renewed life and vigor when you really feel like falling by the wayside. Its purity is absolute and it, is a predigested liquid food, easily assimilated by the weakest, stomach. It is a boon to those suffer- ing from weakened digestive organs. Alberta's Fride beer is brewed from best barley malt and Bo- hemian hops, by methods sanitary. Tlie Letdbridge >rewmg an Malting Co. Limited all their own way, it evident they had the Sons beat- j en. The Callies played good football jj j from the start, and every man on the team was out to win, and they well deserved the great victory they got. On Wednesday, the S.O.E., evident- stiff and sore from the previous next week's notes. -THE MAN BEHIND. CONVICT IS THE lost to 'the result of weak fielding and poor- er 'base-running. As a hitting team, Boston has shown remarkable form this year: 'but hitting will not win un- less it develops runs and the fielding is sharp and intelligent enough to keep opponents from scoring too many runs on few hits. Baseball requires de- fence as well as offensive tactics. Inmate of Missouri "Pen" Wants "One thing is certain- No limPire 'could do his best unless he felt he was cn j out of the power of the magnates and i i Kansas Cit-v- JTay There is not an umpire in night, lined up agams, trie VVestimns- Of the Missouri State prison at Jeffcr-ieither league that some of the mag- and a good game resulted in a.json City, is the latest contender would not like to se" discharged I win for the Sons by 3 goals to i. "white hope" Tom Lynch took heed of rhe mag. j Tlie Westminsters were in excellent In a letter to the sporting editor of j nates' complaints he would have a shape and were out to beat the Sons, but thc latter always put up a good game against- any team font the CaP :s, and were easily worth their win. PHONE 554 On Thursday, the Westminsters had hard hick in having to stack up against the Overseas wilh ten men, and those ten feeling anything hut fresh after their hard game of the previous night. But they played newspaper, thc prisoner urges brand-new staff by July 1. And the tnat he is the logical person to staff -would be a farce, knowing Jack Johnson. He says men who own the clubs could have is 6 feet and 4 inches tall, has a reach j them discharged. of 54 inches, and weighs 230 pounds, j The prisoner says he has 21> to serve. He would be pleased to gainin. the Wod will of the jilav.l a pardon soon, so that he could whipjers. For example. I witnessed Johnson without delay. It has been a lough season so far game in Philadelphia a few weeks ago, where Evans gave Pitcher Joe Wood a raw deal on balls and strikes.! on the manager-players. Frank Chance'I sa-t directly back of the pln.t.e and a of t.he Cubs, Ha] Chase, of the sec the balls very plainly. Af-j good game, and the Over- jiamiers, and Roger Bresnalian. of the game I asketi Wood what kind] ;ras wrvc lucky in running out wil.- (Cardinals, have ail been out of the i of deal he got from V.r. Evans, Hoi by 2 to nil. ''tftuue on account of sickness, 'answered: 'He was off today and miss-; in the business. With the double umpire system in Walter Johnson, the asset, of vogue there should be no trouble, and the Washington club, returned .a bit of yet so anxious interest to Owner Noyes when he trim- SQ Uieir patrc's' and med Jack Coombs and his fellow .bride- grooms. protests ame is played. ;