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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 6; THE' LETUBKIBGE DAILY'HERALD Tuesday, June 6.1911. CALLIES PLAY OVERSEAS TONIGHT Redmen Suffer Their First Defeat Big Score but Lively Game Replete with Hard Slugging iMany Ladies There 'Midst the deafening applause of a The handicap too great hundred or so of the noisiest fans !to overcome, and although the ln- that ever graced the bleachers, the tlians started things in the eighth took the wind out of the jwith twq-sackers and a three- Indians' saiis by the sweet score of pillow swat, three runs, the incidentally moved up a best they could do was to end up five peg- on the percentage ladder. It to the bad. was a hilarious, fun-provoking, mirth- J Robson pulled off a fancy throw in producing encounter from start to fin- jthe second, catching at the ish. and after the crowd got warmed J plate on a perfect throw-in from tip to it they lived a couple of the j Nicholson's drive. This, with the "most joyous moments of their lives, j unusually large number of foul flies The score may look as though the j garnered inr were the only fielding game was a joke, but it cannot be re-j stunts'of any special interest during legated among the chestnut variety 'the game. jasf yet. T.he ball tossers themselves blame the stupendous figures in the run column to the cork centre. Nothing else could have done it. Those were possessed of doubt a large crowd will turn out to witness these rival aggregations at their next meeting, as it will surely be a battle royal. The ladies particularly should be on hand to BLACK AND WHITE SCOTCH WHISKY Quality and purity combine to make Black and White Scotch "Whisky the standard of excellence. LONG Murdered Pugilist Once Fought Cove in This City Louise Long, lightweight boxer, ,who was murdered near Portland on j Friday, spent 13 years in the padded j ring, and engaged in almost 200 ring battles, .starting a fistic career in IOakJand, Cal.. at the age of 1U years, j which promised for a time to take Ihiin to the pinnacle of fightdom. How- ever his 'endurance and hitting jity proved unavailing against the J'deverness of his contemporaries, 'and D. O. ROBLIN, Toroato 'during the last six years of ihis life, Aggot 553 jwhjch were spent for the most "part Jin and about Spokane. Long contented THE WATER OF QUALITY 5 Is sold wherever gentle- J" 5 men drink or, for home S use, by all grocers. Specify m it by name. 22 3 C.C. PAGNUELO WINE A SPIRIT Lethbrldge, Alta Games in the Big Leagues with .occasional mills against AMERiCAN ASSOCIATION i northwest lightweights of the second 000 012 llx-5 8 ,Joledo 6 and third water. Long's championship flash came District Baseball Game in Lethbridere i omorrow 'before he reached his majority. Un- jder the'wing of Eddie louisvilie [editor of the Oakland Tribune, and 3 idianapolis Leibhardt, Cook and Bemis; James, Viebahn and Rapp. 600 003 18 1 Oil 000 He is considered by many experts i3reat Brooklyn player but now that he to be the greatest left'er in the has brokers the ice it is safe to pre- National League. He has had some (diet that Andy will go along in his jhard luck in his first few games of j usual brilliant style. (the season. Things broke bad for the' _______- Western Canada League Games EDMUNDS TEARING COVER OFF BALL FOR WINNIPEG Kossuch; three-base] 2, Ray, Completely Routed Evening by the Maroons with the assistance of an aeroplane, might Have been able to j pick off some of the several swats the Maroons made to the ciouds in left, j balloons and flying Machines, and j watch the heroes work out. and a re- Wandon every other lighter-than-air machine j served seat on the grand stand is at in the aviator's vocabulary. Twenty- j their disposal for the mere trouble of eight bingles in a single ball game j attending, one of the rules of the lea- is big league hitting, and some very being that the fair sex shall be classy retrieving was pulled off in 1 admitted gratis to all games. the outer gardens in the vicinity of! The ladies comprised nearly half! the back fence. A few juicy errors the attendance at the game last nisht. contributed about 15' of the runs, but j AB R H PO A E jtney didn't do to the locals cannot be I MOOSE JAW PLAYED jVandine. Cummings, j home run, j earned Winnipeg S: j Last 'bases on balls, off keinrich 'l, off j ,'Schaefer 4, off Cummings 9: -hit by j struck out bv Maroons ar- 2> v y ij x_, Li jj_i Hi 1U, in the city today ...and brought ,fi: on bases, Winnipeg S, Brandon 'along a 'bunch of goats and handed time 2.10: Umpire Morrison, them to the Brandon ball team. What j "_'._ Evening Tomorrow evening the first game of the District Baseball League will be played here. !VFa- grath will oppose Leth bridge- The local nine will be selected from the city league teams, each of the three making a contribu- tion. The probable line-up will be: Pulley or Green, catcher; Clark or Meyers, pitcher; Bowers, first base; Coons, second base; Seid- enbecker, third base: Moors, short stop: Brandow, Stewart gnd Evans, outfielders. The showing of the Magrath team against Taber was just fail- but Magrath gives, promise of having a better line-up for the game here tomorrow evening and will be out to win. The locals have confidence in their ability to hold their own against any- thing in the league, ;f not a little better. Evans, of the Indians, will man- age the local team. well-known fight 'referee, Louie met! H.'igginbotham and Hughes: Link, Dick Hyland, Eddie Hanlon, Jack Clif White and Walsh. 'ford and Jack Cordell the class of the 133-pounders at that Lime, appearing Jin a 'bout with Kid McFadden, to I which. Jack Johnson 'boxed a prelimin- 100 000 7 t. Paul....... 000 002 4 McGiynn and Marshall; O'Toole and Spencer. j Kansas City A few months ago Long went to Minneapolis j Oregon, where his brother is a weal- j j thy real estate operator. In the an'd land of his birth, Louie hat-ing been born near Salem, he expected to give up the ring for good and engage in jbusiness, but his sudden death put an end to'all plans in their infancy. S' 170 Oil 221-18 21 1 AMERICAN New York vs St. -Louis, no game, rain, Philadelphia vs Cleveland, no game, rain, bridge at the old Lyceum Theatre, about two years ago. The bout was Washington 100-000 6 4 somewhat of a frost and was declared Detroit 120 000 10 1 a draw. i and Street; Lafitte jand Stanage. 'Boston 202 001 7 2 Chicago OUTDOOR WORK STARTS The outdoor sports in connection ith the T. M. C. A. were begun las1 evening, jumping, vaulting, etc., tak Karger, Wood and Carrigan; Lange Olmstead and Sullivan. twelve were driven across with good j AB R H PO A clean hitting. i Carpenter, 2b ......4 2 1 2 2 It would take from now till the jHorne, If.........4 1 l o 0 nest ship comes in to give a detailed j Bowers, 1 b ........o 3 account of the doings. Refer to the ,Gray, c f..........5 1 "box score for a review of the game s s ...........4 1 light, -wherein Putnam's warriors av- j Meyers, p .........4 3 enged their two previous defeats at i c ..........4 3 the hands of the Big Chiefs horrible ;Robson. r f ........4 1 warwhoops. That will tell a gentle IKinnear, 3 u ...-----5 l sufficiency about the contest. But j 33 IS a few of the more prominent doings j r AB R H PO A are herein chronicled, and will go down on history's page. The Mar- ;Seidenbecker, 3 b, p.5 3 2 1 oons won the game because they play- jMoore, 2 b, 3 b .....4 1 2 1 ed better ball. Their five errors Nicholson, It .....5 o 2 9 were retrieved by several smart ss ..........5 i 3 2 plays, but when a redskin bungled he ;Green, c "f, c ......5 1 l fi made an artistic bungle for the crowd !Jennings, rf ........4 i 0 to laugh at Seven errors bedewed If ........4 2 2 'with tears were their offering, and c ..........2 0 0 these mixed in with a. couple of pass- i Clarke, 2 b ........2 0 E .printed: they got everything from 0 singles to hoine runs and .bases on 1 l balls. They went crazy on the bases 1 jand scored whenever they wanted to. SUPERIOR CLASS OF BALL LAUDER GETTING WORST OF BOUT WHEN THE POLICE INTERFERED NATIONAL with the T. M. C. A. were begun last 9 jevening, jumping, vaulting, etc., tak- 000-201-040-7 9 0 (ing place north of the .building, and and BlisS; Rucker and El" running, sprinting, etc., at the Mount- ed Police barracks. A large number of the members turned out and it is hoped that all the members of the Y.M.C.A. will be out for practice on Monday, Wednes- Cincinnati day and 'Friday. Saskatoon, June both men shedding gore, the police Moose Jaw. June day -was 1 'Bill Morrow, the merry-go-round man- ,ideal for baseball today when the Rob- 0 lager, had his ball tossers playing all ins and Eskinio3 met. Moose Jaw won a good game on merits but add- jtoiushl' ln lltth of The game was an jwas to hare beeti a stop to the both sides, except in the :PionshiP -between modern medicine the active principle which mikes so much better than ordinary physics. WMte nsver fripc, purge or cause nausea, and never lest Jheir etfcciiveness. One of best jf the NA-DRU-CO line. 25c. box. If your druggist has net yet stocked them, send 2Sc. and win maii them. 23 National Drug Company of Canada. Limited, New York, June Interna- ;tional poJo match at Westbury i'between England and America [was again postponed today on ac- icount of a north-east rain storm. The j match, which is the second for the cup, will be played tomorrow if wea- jthcr permits. CANADA Won .Lost P. C. .666 .666 .609 .533 .308 .200 18 20 NINE PFTCHERS FOR ONE TEAM I.R a recent American Association game the- two teams used 10 pitchers each, but Lansing, Mich., went this event better in a recent game with Jackson, for the Lansing team alone used rune pitchers, who were touched UD for 19 aits and 23 runs. BKIaVG THE OPERA by purchasing a VICTOR. Kardly-a -week passes in which -von do not hear some air you would like to remember; You hum snatches of- it ..and worry .because you have forgotten the rest. Get a VICTOR and our records will. prove a treas- ure house of airs, popular and classical on which you can always depend MASON-KISCH PIANO CO. Phone 791. Dominion Blk. NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. 'New York -----.'...--27 16 .628 Philadelphia 27 17 .gl'4 Chicago.......... 26 17 .605 25 3D .568 ;5t. Louis......... 22 21 .512 Cincinnati 20 -23 .465 I j Brooklyn........ 16 27 .372 ;Boston 11 34 .244 .AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Detroit 35 12 .745 Philadelphia...... 26 16 .619 Boston.......... 24 19 .558 Chicago 21 19 .525 IJNew York 21 21 .500 j Cleveland 18 27 .400 [I Washington 15 29 .341 St. Louis 14f 31 .311 Famous Cricketer Dead New York, June has just reached this city of the death, in Gloucestershire, England, of Dr. Ed- ward Grace, the oldest of the Grace brothers, famous the world over as cricket players. Dr. Grace, who was 70 years old when he died, had played cricket for nearly sixty years had scored runs since he learn- ed the game at ten years of age. He was at his best in 1S63, when he took part in fifty games and obtained a (total of runs. ;