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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letkbridge Daily Herald, Tuesday, June SWEET CIGARETTES More sold than all other brands combined WESTERN CANADAxLEAGUE esterday afternoon troupe of vaude- ville ar- s t s blew into W T h e'y came in the dis- guise of and sec- a bunch of classy ball players but when pitted against the local celebrit- ies at the park last night the mask was torn off, aiid what a. fine aggrega- tion or comedians were disclosed. The Winnipeg Maroons (or the balloons as a fan aptly named them in the slan'l) were vanquished in Hie easiest sort of style by the Miners. Eleven safe bingles and sharp field- but was slow in get to right and OTlayer journeyed home with leisure. Ward advanced a base on -a bad throw by the pitcher to first, Grayson came along and cut a hot one through- the pitcher's box which Short-stop Beers attempted to intercept, but between his legs it went and rolled on merrily to the outfield, while Ward waltzed in. Lezic scratched and put Grayson on second'. Mackin popped up to Edmunds. Head place a nice liner between short and third and Grayson scored. That was all just then. Chick fanned ond. Six ruas. The fourth was pie for both sides. In the fifth two scores apiece were made. Piper struck out. Krueger hit Won Lost Pet. Calgary 18 Medicine Hat 16 Edmonton......... 12, Winnipeg 12 Regina 9 Brandon 11 Lethbridge 9 8 11 n 12 H 13 17 .692 .667 .522 .500 .429 '.440 .381 .340 down third base line, good for two E- Tabru'm. To-night at G.30 sharp, League foot- ball match, S.O.E. vs. Britts. Ref- ing with but two mishaps against six safeties and no less than nine bun- ASSOCIATION At Columbus- Columbus 4 10 5 Kansas City............... 6 9 3 At Toledo- Toledo ................___ 3 52 St. Paul___...............o 4 2 At Indianapolis............... 5 Minneapolis............... 2 At Louisville- Louisville 1 7 Milwaukee................. 2 7 NATIONAL At Philadelphia............. 12 14 Chicago ----.........'.___ 2 5 Ac New New York..............'.. 5 91 St. Louis 1 31 At Brooklyn.................'0 2 1 Cincinnati............... 1 6 0 At Boston-Pittsburg, rain. AMERICAN At Detroit....................4 10 1 Washington............... 1 3 1 Ac St. St. Louis 1 '7 2 New York .............___2 G 1 At Chicago 1 14 1 Boston.................... Oil At Cleveland-Philadelphia, rain. EASTERN A't Jersey Jersey City............... 3 7 3 Baltimore ..___........... 2 3 -1 At Newark .........___..... 5 124 Providence................ 6 S 2 A: Toronto .......___....... 1 G 1 Rochester 030 At Montreal-Buffalo, rain. visitors' Waterloo, and how the score board was made to register 11 to 3 In favor of the scouts in grey. Old-timer Phil Lezie was back in the game and though he has not hit his old stride yet he was there good and sufficient with the proper mater- ial for lifting the scalp 'of the enemy. He started out a trifle wild but when he found himself slipping he gathered himself together, vanished' that non- chalence smile and took on his fam- ous cold-storage stare and the rest was simple. He had it on his opponent slab artist forty ways. His work was steadier and bore superior confidence. Lczie struck out eight of the would-be hitters and walked four, two of whom he might have as easily fanned or al- lowed to hit wrong if he cared very much. For Beers and Rossbach ting the ball back to the infield and Krueger raced on to third. Lohr scored Krueger by putting a grounder between Mackin's legs. Isbell fanned, and in his last swipe bit Lynch's mit, causing Joe to drop the ball. Umpire Longenecker immediately call ed Isbell out for interfering, but Lynch didn't hear him and threw the hall to .first, which- unfortunately went wide, and Lohr was allowed to score without trouble. Beatty then retired the side. Our two came in the following Nice Trimming Medicine Hat June Cham- pions had a night off field this evening and gave Pitcher Wilson poor support eight costly- errors being mnde. Poor work on the bases con- tributed to the loss, two men being caught napping on the bags. Hein- rich's three bagger scored three of the runs. The score: Brandon 7 1 Medicine Plat 8 8 Heinrich and.Cooper; Nelson and Davidson. Umpire Smith. were considered .the easy marks of the evening. The visitors' pitcher was not so the game and that horrible beating for the majority of the errors made by his mates were hideous in the ex- treme, while the support given Lezie was almost gilt-edge. This team of ours is made for hit- ting and there is sure to be'an argu- ment no matter what the opposition might do, and we are also there with something in the base running line too. Dudley and O'Hayer are built ex- pressly for speed and are bound to go. Last night, thej' rapped tne ball, hit- ting thither and yon> skated ihe bases like sand flies mad with heat and stood the Maroons on their heads. How it Was Done. i The famous Larry Piper was the first man to brave the lire. He walk- ed. Krueger next up was an easy out. Then Lohr, hit to right for a "single and Piper halted at third. Isbell and Beatty, the following swatsmen, were duck soups and the danger was over. We went right after Winnipeg at the start Mackin coolly took a walk Head bounded a nasty one at Holmes which got away from the latter. Both safe, Mackin advancing to second. Chick dribbled another down gase line and got safely through.Bases full. Lynch fanned. Dudley smashed a hard one into Lohr's territory which the little Winnipeg Manager picked out of the air with a bare-hand spec- tacular catch. Mackin scored on the throw in. O'Hayer hit to Holmes and Head was forced at third. j Nothing remarkable happened in the manner. Lezie lined a nice drive .be- tween short and third. Mackin pop- ped up a fly to Beers. Head got a charity. Chick walked. Bases full. Lynch then dribbled' to Rossback, who fumbled, allowing runners to all go safe and Lezie to score. Dudley next hit to Krueger, forcing Lynch out at second, but in the meanwhile Head skated home. O'Hayer finished it. BROOKIN'S CASE MAKES TROUBLE President jt W, of the Regina Club, In the City Regarding the Decision of C J, Eckstorm Prcs. Smith, of the Regina baseball club, was in the city yesterday to interview C. J. Eckstorm in regard Taking long chances on the bases spoiled good chances of scoring in the sixth by the localites. Ward and Grayson were caught stealing r third and second respectively. Winnipeg was easy lor us in this innings. Two more --.were added to the Min- ers' pile of scores in the seventh. Af- ter Mackin and Head were easily" dis- posed of, Chick got safely on first Rugby practice to-night at seven o'clock, sharp, at Mounted Police Barracks. A full turn out' is re- quested. Winnipeg looks just as easy to Min- ers this year as they did last. H you want to see a fine likeness to Hans Wagner, go down to the hall park and take a look at Ed- munds, the Maroons' -backstop. Umpire Longenecker made a ques- tionable decision on Isabell's steal to second last night, but outside of that he was good, although the fans bel- lowed on some of his rulings on balls and strikes. It will be noticed.' that the Winni- peg team have discarded their red suits for grey.' Wonder, if we have the privilege of calling them the Mar- oons any more. will do. 'When the Miners got a safe lead to his decision man Brookins, affecting Third-base- the alleged colored last night, they took jaunty and careless boys, steady. on a rather air. Steady Last night marked another good La- crosse practise.. There were appar- base, the result of a bad "throw by !ently more men-on -the field than Beers, Lynch plunked >'a Texas be- sticks to Provide them with. The man- hind first for a single and Chick'flew player with Regina, who has been de- barred from the Western Canada League, by order of the president of the League, because Medicine Hat and other clubs have objected to playing with Brookins on account of supposed negro blood in his veins. Mr. Smith has many objections to the course the-president took in the case. Principal among them are the facts that Mr. Eckstorm, he says, did not consult the Regina club in the matter, and that the case of Brook- ins was not' thoroughly investigated, and Mr. Eckstorm took radical ac- tion without' sufficient foundation. The Regina president says he will push the case to the highest tribunal to show that Brookins is not a col- ored man in any particular, and Mr. Smith thinks he can procure conclus- ive proof in support of his plea. He has received word from the Catholic College in St. Louis, which it is claimed Brookins attended, verifying the player's color as that of white with Indian strain. A prominent sporting writer of St. Louis also has written to Regina in support of Brookins. Mr. Eckstorm will .be asked by 'the Regina club to reconsider his decision upon further investigation. The question has become such live one all over the circuit that j league meeting will likely be called _______0______________ agement however, assures a plentiful j shortlv to treat the around to third. Later he scored on very necessary articles Tiie Regina Leader In Saturday's a pass ball by Edmunds. Dudley then hit for two bags between Bright and centre, and Lynch came in from sec- ond. O'Hayer again retired the on a fly- 1" futureV is the first big j issue published the following in re- in Jfcrosse circles. Lethbridge the now famous Brookins' n I n T Yf__l_ T-fc I. stick-handlers journey to High River, j affair: What the ultimate outcome will be is i As a result of a message received yesterday from J. H. Farrell, secre- tary of the National Association of baseball clubs, the Regina club ac- cepted the ruling of President Eck- storm, and dropped third baseman Brookins from the team. Mr. Farrell did not declare Brook- ins ineligible; he simply left the matter in the hands of the West- em Canada League president. The matter "wilh not be dropped by the Regina club, but in the meantime it is forced to accept the ruling. Mr. Farrell's message, which is rather indefinite, read as'follows: L. Smith, Sec., Regina Baseball Club. "Brookins case referred to league .president for decision as it is an affair involving two clubs, and should be league presi- dent, who is on the ground. "J. H. FARREL, Sec'y." Didn't Understand Situation. It is evident that Mr. Farrell was not in possession of the facts of the case when.he sent this message. It was received in reply to a wire sent to" him a meeting of the local directors. At this meeting it was decided that the club would insist on playing Brookins unless he was barred by Farrell. President Smith was deputed to go to Medicine Hat and a telegram was sent. to Eckstorm asking him to meet Mr. Smith there. To this Lethbridge man replied: Eckstorm's Careful Deliberation. "J. W. Smith, Regina, Sask.: Im- possible to meet you at 'Medicine Hat. Decision made yesterday was the result of many days of care- ful deliberation with advice from i former source. As far as Western Canada league is concerned for this THE REAL THING is the only kind a real sports man wants. and it's the only kind we care to deal in. We are sports our- selves and know how It feels to have everything go just so. We sell ail kinds, of FIRST CLASS SPORTING GOODS lo r Indoor or outdoor pastimes. AUo games of every description. It, would pay you to look over our gu-'' perb stock. You'll surely see some- thing you'd like to have. If you do, we can make the price fit your The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 ROUND ST hard to state. Lethbridge has in its5 some husky warriors of Another the visitors but the local boys admit that' which .they failed to do anything, and they've got to go some .to put it over the game was called on account bi darkness, the score standing 11 to 3. Winnipeg Piper, If .3 00211 Krueger, 2b ........3 1 1 24 0 Lohr, cf 1 22 0 Isbell, Vf ...........4 1 1000 Beatty, 3b 0 1 6 0 3 Holmes, 3b .........3 0 121 1 Beers, ss...........30 02 21 Edmunds, c. ......3 0051 1 Rossbach, p ........2 0.0 0 1 2 the High River aggregation. The management wish to thank the P. C. Lowes Co., through the medium1 of the press, for the free use of the! club rooms in the basement. The1 rooms have been provided with baths! The Football IVeview By The Man Behind. and rubbing boards and every atten- er part thc league table is faecom- tion is being given to the physical inS needs of the players, many of whom much like a walk-over for the Callies are already in the pink of condition. Mackin, 2b .........4 Head. 3b ...........4 ryPutlt Over Moose Jaw r, June game to- night was taken from the Robin Hoods by score of 9 to 6. Geehan pitched excellent ball for the locals and Brown for tbe visitors was also there with thc goods. The feature of the game was two home runs by Paddock. Moose Jaw held the lead up to the seventh when Calgary evened up with Geehan crossing the pan, and in the Sth three more including a homer were scored by the locals. Paddock was handed eighteen bucks for his douo.e homer stunt and Geehan also got ?1S for iiis last run. The score: Calgary........ 7 0 Moose Jaw 11 4 Geehan and Stanley; Brown and Bliss. At Edmonton-Regina, no game. second- Winnipeg scored in the third after the first two men went down. Isbell hit to right, then stole second. Beatty put a Texas leaguer back of third and Isbell pranced home from second. I Mackin killed the chances of any more scoring in that inning by a pretty leap in the air and collaring Holmes' line drive. The period of '20 3 Lethbridge AB R 1 1 Chick, ss .3 2 2 .1 1 1 1 Lynch, c_............5 Dudley, cf ..........3 O'Hayer, ib ........5 .....___..3 Grayson, If .........S Lezie, p ____ 3 1 6 21-10 H PO A 0 4 2 0 0 9 1 S 0 2 b Trigger And Traps The Alberta Gun Club Lave just installed a new Ideal-Leggett trap and it will be used tomorrow night a: the iother icam this scason- The latter Since writing my last notes several our referees in future, as it games have been and the low-1 a lot of unpleasantness. Speaking of referees, I see we are on the same lines this year as we have been lor the past two seasons. One man only. Why don't some ol you people in the line come forward and try to help the executive out. They need a dozen good referees interesting. It looks very as far as first place is concerned. They are carrying all before them so far, and judging by the form shown by other clubs they will continue to j do so. In my opinion the Y.M.C.A. will trouble them more than any team are strengthening each time finest trap made for I they turn out. They arc a big heavy regular shoot. This i3 the throwing clay targets and every mem- ber of the club should-turn out and try ic tomorrow night. sensational events now started. No previous nings this season has been so full of joy rides around the bases as this one. Chick walked. Lynch laid an down the first base line, 33 11 11 24 9 2 see what the shooters are doing and By innings: Winnipeg .0 01 02 Lethbridge ......1 06 02 02 Earned runs, Lethbridge 4; 3-base hits, OTlayer; 2- base hit, Dudley; sacrince hits, Krue- ger, Grayson; sacrifice fly, Dudley; stolen bases, Isbeli, Ward, Lezie; struck out, by- Rossbach 4, Mackin 2. Chick, Lynch; by Lezie 8. which Beatty put the boots to, Lynch Piper 2. Isbcll 3, Krupger, Rossbach safe, Chick on second'. Dudley hit to 'anf? Edmund; base on hails, off Ilofs- Rossbach, who threw to get Chick going to third, but the peg was wild and Chick was safe. The bases were full. O'Hayer, with his almighty club, tlfen. smashed the pellet with terrific force and away to clearings it sped. There was a glorious time in thc stand when the result of the clout was put beyond a doubt, and bach 5, off Lezie 4; hi; by pitcher. Head; double play, Chick to MackSn to O'Hayer; left on bases, Winnipeg 7. Letltbridgc 10. Time Attendance'650. Umpire, Longnecker. its effect became apparent, runners scrambled home, Three Chick, The Winnipeg and Lethbridge base- ball teams will be the guests of the St'EImo company and manager of the Majestic theatre tomorrow night- Lynch and Dudley i; O'Hayer vas cor- nered at third where he remained for about half a minute. Ward1 singled Ad Wolgast will meet Jack Red- mond in a 10-round bout at Milwaukee June 10.' This will be Wolgast's first appearance since he won the cham- pionship from Battling Nelson and much Interest will be exhibited in his showing. won each week they would develop more interest in this shooting. bunch and are mostly old time play- ers who understand the game thor- oughly. I expect big things from them before thc end 01 the season, and fully anticipate their holding sec- ond place in the league. What a sur- prise the A.O.F. received last Thurs-, iday, 5-1. Wasn't that awful. I look- The club has a number of cups and j ed for something good from the A. trophies to shoot for this year and )O.F. when the season commenced. every shooter should get in line and try and win some of them, for they are worth having. They had a good team then, but I believe they have been unfortunate in losing several of their best men in The Lethbridge Brewing Co. have various ways, leaving town, etc. But presented the club with a cup valued I they should get out and practice at 5125, to be known as the "Alberta i more. Take every other club in the Pride" challenge cup. This cup will league, they all practice more than be.shot for at the big tournament on July Sth and every shooter should get in shape for the tournament and help the A.O.F.. and I believe thu recent marked improvement in the Y.M.C.A., team is due to their steady training. row night and boost for the tourna- ment. Pitcher Mordecal Brown, not gen- erally at his best till the hot weathar, Is fit right now any cf them. Flyrm Is playing a great garao at flrat base for Fred CltrlWs Bns- if Flmn can np the pace Bill Abstain will not be RostmAB, the former De- troit first basemaa, Is playing right field for the club make it the best tournament j No team can do any good ever held in Alberta. Get out tomor- until they know each other's play. Last Thursday's game was an exam- jplc of uon-training by the A.O.F. They were running rov.nd the field in bunches instead of being in their re- spective places. The result was that the Y.M.C.A. were allowed free open- ing time after time and made good use of them on five-occasions. NEW DAYTON SHOOT The New Dayton Gun Club regular shoot on June 4th. BEST FIXTURES IN ALBERTA BARBER SHOP CIGARS LUNCH COUNTER Basement of the Oliver Block held Fol- lowing are the scores made out of a possible twenty-five: George Wood................... 19 H. Greeno ___................. 16 i A Kessler................... A Devilblss................... JC Doc Hughes...................... Tt E. Greeno...................... 12 L. B. Duncan.................... 12 A. E. Clawson.................. 12 George Memslc broke his right arm in a boui with Lew Powell, of Los Angeles, at Vernon, Cal., last Satur- day. When Memslc went to his cor- ner at the end of the fourth round It was found the arm was broken be- tween the wrist and elbow. The fight was stopped, and the decision given to-Powell, The Injury was caused when one of Memslc's right I swings was stopped by bow. el The Callies had to go some during half hour of their game with the Britts on Tuesday last. Up to then it was anyone's game, 1-1, but as. usual the Callies wore them down and finally beat them by 4-1. There were three penalties given, which is quite a big number for one game. The penalty rule should not be abused and I think that at least one of Tues- day's penalties should not have been given. Although a foul' is made in the penalty area, it does not neces- that all the games should be given to him. .He will get stale, and then the crowd begin to accuse him of un- fairness. When one man has to rcE- crce two, three or four games in one week, and that continues week after week, what is the result? He gets heartily sick Q[ it, and it is only like- ly that he will do so. I am sure there are all kinds of men who un- derstand the game that would make good tjeferces, if they will only come forward and hand in their names to T. Hall. I see by the paper that Mr. Arnold has again been appointed ref- eree in the two games scheduled for this week. The draw for thfc Wright Charity Shield took place on Friday last and resulted as follows Callies vs West- minsters, Y.M.C.A. vs But why were the S.O.E. and Britannias given a bye. Only one of those teams are entitled to enter the next round Then a bye should be given, but that it is against all rules that two teams should be passed into the next round when there' is an even number like be drawn from. 1 would like to hear other people's opinion in this matter. There wil be just the same number of matches played, but I contend that either thc S.O.E. or the Britts are entering the second round without being entitled to do so. They should play for thei promotion just the same as the oth cr four clubs are doing. A good game may be expected to night between the Britts and the S O.E. I fully expect the S.O.E. t win, but not by a very big margin For Thursday's game I would no like to predict a winner. The West year, the Brookins' affair Is a closed incident. "C. J. ECKSTORM. "Lethbridge, June 3." Countermanded It _ The message from Secretary .Far- rell was received after five o'clock on Friday night, and previous structlons sent to Manager Walters insist on playing Brooking immediately countermanded. As a result he was forced to put crippled team on the field at "the last minute. Was This the Reason. According to information recelv- ed from Manager 'Walters a threat was made in Lethbridge that Brook- ins would be forced out of J the game, and that its was a matter of spite. It came about this way. Knowing -that Chesty Cox was about to be deposed as manager Roxey induced him to'release first baseman O'Hayer to Regina, the former Moose Jaw player 'being an- xious to play on Walters' team. The Lethbridge club learned of this and demanded that O'Hayer be turned back to the Miners. Walters re- fused, he says, and one o! the Leth- bridge club directors made 'the statement that "he would see ,that the nigger did not play any more." And from this you may draw your own conclusions. The above statement simply exploits one or two truths wliich we have been unable to fathom satisfactorily. ''Wal- ters' letter shows thai Chesty .Cox and he were in league.with one an- other previous, to Chesty's release rom the club. Cox denied to the ierald that he let out O'Hayer for purpose of bsing picked up by the Regina club. Notice the sentence n the paragraph which speaks'about 'alters' letter, which reads: "Knowing that Chesty Cox was bout to be deposed as managar, oxey induced him to release first asernan O'Hayer to Regina, the form- Moose Jaw player' being aiiviuus o-play on-Walters' team." Providing this letter is Iru3. a de- ided "black eye" is registereod in all oncerned in the miserable deal and ontemptible tactics. They are Cox, Falters, O'Hayer and the Regina lub, if they sympathize with Walters n what he has done. This is the most effective way to reate dissension in the ranks of the Vestern Canada league