Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETHBMDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday, -Tune MAROONS VS INDIANS MONDAY EVENING Pitching of Rcbson for' the Winners Feature Last Nights Ball Game; Air tight pitching by Robson for the Maroons enabled that bunch :o cop their first, -game of the season from the Y. M. C. A. team last night by the score of to 3. It started out like a slaughter for both teams in the first spasm and looked as if they were going: to mil] off a punk game. but in the third both teams settled down to business and put up a pretty j fair brand of ball, except in the fith when the Y's ascended and let in three runs. There was no very no- liceable features to the game except tile work of Robson. He surely show- ed his old time form last night, strik- ing- cut lo of the opposing batters and Jetting them down with only three hits. Ke was tight in pinches and saved himself when down in a hole by resorting to the strike-out route. The team behind him played snappy bal! and except, for a couple of wild throws in the first and seventh, kept the score box sealed tight on the enemy. Tigen on the slab for the Y. M. C. A. wss an unknown quantity to the Leth- and did good work. He got himself info much hot water by his vicious habit o: ha.nding out hunks 01 free transportation to the eneniv were gone when this happened and nipeg Bail Player I'OO i'ld 7 l) 2 i Hughes and Ainsmith: i Works. Covington, .Mitchell and Stan There were many vain attempts to with Rcfason's assortment. score a tie at two all. In the .sixth they g0t busy and salted the :game away. Three walks, three steals and a sacrifice fiy did the trick, and the game was lost to the Y's. Each team got a counter in the 7th, the Maroons scoring on a walk and two singles, while the Y's cook a turn .around the stations on an error by Bowers and a wild throw by Pulley, Brandow in with their third Winnipeg. June Dono- van, outfielder for the Maroons. was probably fatally injured in a rcw which occurred early today in in Winnipeg's red light district. He is now in St. Boniface hospi- tal with a fractured skull under police guard, while Victor Ross, a commercial traveller, is in the Winnipeg General Hospital with a broken jaw. The row occurred early this morning at 135 McFar- lane Street. The police made a number of arrests and have refus- ed bail to everyone in the house. Donovan played with Regina last year and bowled for several city league teams here during the winter. On Monday :u sharp the Maroons and In- dians will play at the Athletic Park. The Maroons have been practicing and it is ex- pected that they will make the Indians rustle. Philadelphia 020 ll'O (Cleveland Plank and Thomas: Kaler Johnson Has New Offer I Xew York. June Johnson, ,Vvho will sail for England in a few Tering a big guar- j. antee for a twenty round tout with Bombardier Wells. the English heavy- weigh: champion. Johnson has not! WESTERN CANADA MS Boston 003 210 S 10 i Chicago Ttii 17 0 U'ood. Hall and Xunamaker: Lange jOlmsread and Payne. -Xew York 101 101 i 94. ____. 41UI, brockett. Fisher and Blair: Hamil- but he says when he arrives ;ton. Nelson. Pelty and Clarke. ;on tjle other side he will agree to terms if there is enouch money in NATIONAL Mclntosh thinks that Bombar- Cincinnati 001 P 4 -dler Wells can beat Johnson if be i Boston i-oo ooo 14 0 manages to stay away from the negro Caspar. .McQuillan and Clarke: .Mat- 'for five rounds. tern. Pfeiffer and Rariden. i New York. June sturdy English lightweight champion. Mat Wells, has es- tablished his right to meet the best of American fighters in his class. Last night he earned the popular decision over Leach Cross at the 'Madison Athletic Club. Eight of the ten rounds were in fa- vor of Wells. j Chicago 320 100 0 1 York 000 070 n (I Cole, Richie and Kling: Raymond, Ames and 'Wilson. St. Louis 000 010 S I Brooklyn 0 i n ,VT. i and Bresnahan; Bareer and Calgary beat Winnipeg lBersen. 100 105 .lo 0 000 000 12 2 S, 0. E. PRACTICE MATCH Plans Discussed at Meet- ing of Physical Com- mittee Outdoor Sports The physical coiwmiltce of the Y, M. C. A. met Thursday to arrange plans for the coining season. Those present were, F. A. Maxwell, chair- man, F. 13. Ross, F. S. Kilmer, sec- cretary, E. M. Thomasson, general secretary. A. Armstrong, D. L. Mackenzie and L. H. Wilkes, physical director. Many important things were dis- j cussed and adopted, and will be pub- DISTRICT BASEBALL WEDNESDAY NEXT The first game for Leth- ____ bridge in the District League O- -backs: Westley. Walker The S, 0. E. football club will hold i lished. later. In the early fall, how- a practice match on Monday evening on the Overseas ground (north of the Winnipeg. June Maroons Pictsburg played like bush leaguers in the field Philade'phia today and Calgary had a cinch, run-' Adams and Simon: Humphries. Row an. Chalmers and Dooin. Neither team- did anything in off with the second game of the series, by a count of 9 to 1. The will be played Wednesday evening at the Athletic park. Magrath will oppose a local selection, to be picked after the -Maroon-Indian game Moa- dav eighth although Stewart lammed o" hit loCal. Pitcher Rochester a two-sacker and stole third. Two McMillan died- fray. 2nd to this may be attributed the Jp- f-aai of the "Y" bunch, as five of the six runs garnered by the Maroons the of passes to ihe rrisn crossing the platter. He whiffed CarPenter, 2 eight during the course of the allowed seven scattered hits, was given excellent support exceot for cr" heave by Mackenzie in (--o- ss oiid. at first, endins the lhey dld n0t have 10 Toronto the home boys tossed the, Dessau "and y by iieldia in a poor Phelps. EASTERN j 001 001 S 1 I 001 010 i; 2 Jacklitsch: McGiulev track) by kind permission. The teams ill line up as follows: goal: Wellington and anc J George, half backs: Clarke, Willetts JHolberton, Gurr and Clayton forwards j goal; Chiswick and backs: Alcock. Lee and Pear .son, half backs: Chiswick, Paunch, l Heathfield, Allan and Qxland for- wards. 1 Kick-off at 6.45. AB R H PO A E Horne- Bowers. lb 4 I Pulley, c Meyers. Cleveland, rf i Robsoa. p But to the fans the whole of coth teams was their delica'e r? to smash the pill.. They woulJ swing wildly at the step-ladder -.ariety but when a special7'.- c'-tiered carne sailing along the tb> v i smilingly stand asiJe ;inc! sav ".Vay, nay Alfonso, net T; '3 was responsible for a number of the 21 strikeouts durii.p the encounter, did not tend 10 i Mackenzie, 3b make the game any too int TO jShover, lb the spectators. JArmstrong, 2b A couple of redeeming features of rf the game which startled the native] s> u fans were polled off by Mackenzie 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 2 000 001 022 000 and Egan and E 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 Totals Y. JI. C. I Stewart, cf 'McMillan, ss i Tigen, p i Brandow, c ___ Oft B 7 24 11 AB R FI PO A 1 0 0 0 0 do so i game a j ner, seven errors being charged up j against them, of which six oi them :'Jersey City f figured in ihc scoring. I Dygerti I Stanarnlge iv.-irled dandy ball and ;Kissinger and Wells'. he'd team safe all the Providence ___ 000 '.000 1 5 j linie. a inn in the ninth innings .'Newark 001 000 D beins: the only tally made off his de-: Doyle and McGiisnitv livery. There were few features, the con- test being listless throughout, as with good fielding by the Maroons it would have been anybody's game. Score bv inr.intrs i McCarthy i Montreal at e rain. V.'innioes: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION jColmn-bus 000 100 4 4 j Indianapolis 000 001 7 0 Cook and Bemis: Men: and Ritter. j City 102 210 12 Aftermath of the English Derby !if London. June B. Joel, owner of Sunstar, the Derby win- ner, won on the race, but at that he was not the largest win- ner. Dr. Belton, a Trinidad agent to engage coolies to Calcutta, drew Sunstar in the Calcutta Turf Club sweepstakes and won nearlv The second prize in the was won bv Mr. Auberry, master of Warrington Workhouse, whose 'salary is 52.000 a year. Steadfast ran in but unfortunately for Mr. Auberry, how- ever; he had sold a -half in the tici-iet for Tickets in the sweepstakes cost S3.25 each. Bets on the Derby will be set- tied next month. It is known that several more big bookmakers had to borrow money to settle because of the plunge on They lost on the race, it is said. ever, then; will be held an Amateur Athletic meet, will certainly; be worth TIu-. Provincial meet at Edrrronton was discussed and the members -'of the Y.M.C.A. feel that Lethbridge has a feu- top notchers this year, who will not take less than first place. The Outdoor Athletic equipment will soon be ready and beginning on, Monday, .June 5th, they will com- mence training. All members are re- quested to be on hand every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 'to practice running, jumping, hurdling, hammer throwing, shot putting and athletics in general. If you are a good athlete get busy and the physical department of the Y.M.C.A. will help to make you the finished product, but if you are not an athlete join the Y.M.C.A-, as now s the time to commence. Physical Director Wilkes is back with the Y. M.C.A. again and he is interested in every individual in Lethbridge. All gymnasium: classes will be sus- pended during the summer months, but the gymnasium room will always be open for the members. Edmonton Slipped It Over Brandon !Toledo. i St. Paul 002 000 9 6 j Powell and O'Connor; O'Tqole, j Chech and Spencer. Brandon, Man., -June Bran- fion Anjels lust again tonight to Ed- monton 5 to 3, because the necessary hinsle was nor forthcoming in several occasions when men were on bases. The visitors scored twice .in the first, on two singles and three baggers' In the second they added two more 101 002 10 2 i ___ 001 001 6 -1 Swann and Brennan: Kroh and Totals.......... 2S 3 3 24 S 2 Score by i Maroons.............. no 003 Y. C. A........... 200 000 10--3 Summary: Two-base hit. Sr.ewart; stolen bases, Carpenter 2, Home, Jon a walk, sacrifice, single- walkTnd :Meyers, Cleveland, Stewart, Arm- j another sacrifice In the strong: sacrifice fly. Robson: bases i Brennan hit on halls. Off Robson l, off Tigen S: stole second and struck out. by Robson 13, by Tigen on the three-bagger scored douole play. Raw to Carpenter to t. scored Bowers; passed ball. Brandow; first U base on errors. Maroons 1, Y. M. C. Standing of Clubs Today CITY, LEAGUE STANDING Won Loiit F C. Jidians 3 0 1.000 Y. M. C. A.......... 1 2 in Maroons 1 3 .'-'50 on a walK, sacrifice and the sixth they scored again! WESTERN CANADA on two singles, an error and another Calgary IdmoJHor. A hit by pitcher. :Meyers- left on i bases. Maroons S. Y. M. C. A urn- seventh on a hil and Slight's jpires Seidenbecker and Clark. passed hiills and Mcchin's error. Brandon Shovsr has more than cnc way of stopping the bali on first. and Stewart of the Vs. In the second pulled down a foul fly off hat after a long run and again in the eighth to show he was in the game he picked a stinger off Score bv inninas iY Brandon j Efiinontoji 14 16 15 11. S Saskatoon i-------------- 15 IS Saskatoon Easy for Bill Hurley's j NATIONAL j New York 26 i Philadelphia 26 I Chicago H 16 16 18 20 C'algiirv, June was some June 2. The Robin- Boston a slightly superior j home run hit by X.ivcrson, when he ,14 team, and admit the first league de- j swatted the rubber over the ewa U they evrr sustained, by Carney. ihc Bern-pickers'I NORTHWESTERN score of 3 goals to 1. catcher, got a spike rhumb and may j 28 T.Mhurst-noss, goal; Ross and Mel! out, of the game for some davs ii'ancouver 24 __ _ _ liacoma 24 10 12 17 IS 19 20 23 27 fil'e, backs F, A. arid Clarke, half backs; Bald- i of Terr-. his decisions for some on halls hoi, and Portland Seattle accuracy and only in men faced Rob-j and Petrie. ten. The Maroons were also blanked I Thompson, Williruns, JcvvcU, forwards Vv'akciyn. Dyke, Johnson and j strikes being away to the bad, and j Victoria forwards. j his evident disposition displayed t.0 ;oal Grinriley j throw" it into Case being strongly re- Portland Hajg, Strang f sen Ted from the stands. 19 16 .10 the third, fourth and fifth, rlth half backs Stewart, j The score by innings 'Moose Jaw j isaskatoon............ i Los Angeles PACIFIC COAST 32 25 Yernon 32 2S San Francisco ___ 33 29 Oakland '.33 32 Sacramento 20 30 .are made from thoroughly tested, laundry resisting materials, have reinforced button-holes and They fit 4 for 50c. Sold by leading Men's Furnishing Stores.