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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6. THE LETHBKIDGE HERALD Wednesday, June MAGRATH PLAYS HERE TONIGHT Trigger and Trap Overseas Defeated 2-1 Caliies' Net First Time This Season Overseas Tried Desperately to Win The Caliies. the lords, the big be forgotten, particularly of the city football league, and prob-fnear the end of the game. aWe champions of 1911. came awful; The Overseas forwards played a close to beins the under dog last night fairly fast game and at times it look- v r, as though they would make the tTtoir with tne __. _ The weekly shoot of the Gun Club (will be held this evening as usual at ithe club grounds below the ball park. I More than usual interest is being taken in this shoot as it is the first of K series of four handicap shoots for the j Oliver Cup, presented by Mr. Wm. OH- jver. of this city, who is himself an trap shooter. The mem- f fif the club are now practising reg- jularly for the Interstate To.uruament, which has been granted Lethbridge to I be held July 7tii and Sth and to which j competition from all over the pro- I vince will be in attendance. j K. D. Johnson has up a spoon for" the highest individual score dur- ing the Oliver Cup competition. JCLARESHOLM BEAT CAYLEY i IN A FOOTBALL GAME in their, game with the Though detested, the Overseas have the "distinct honor of 'being the first team to make a real puncture in the Ironclad defence of the flying Scotch- Callies hustle. division. Moran. Brennam and t.'laroshoin-i .Tun? band and as did Home on the football team visited Cayley on [Saturday for the Cayley day of Shortly after the game started. and they had an enjoyable men. The score concluded being :3Ioore to score for the Caliies, tolltinS- Tne football team beat Cay- y after a close game by 2 goals to the first goal scored against the champions this year. The "Seas" jumped into th keen zest for victory at the sart. this taking place the but at times got scattered, and the; Susy and Mullen tried g0al keeper, was ready, but Page came along and scor- ;1. game ec; the first for the Scotchmen. After Overseas got to score but forwards were not able- to use tiie goalkeeper Mclntyre disposed of the combination that they are accustomed for the time being, to, while the old veterans made it j 'Moran thought that he would like clear that at any time ia the game jto tie the score, and perhaps he they were the winners. j would have, as he had an excellent In the second half near the end of j chance to do so, but he slipped and the game, the Overseas tried to reach jMartindale got it and passed it to the score'that had-been placed before i Clemecson, who tried to hold the secured ten hits tonight off Thelan's and the band lent 5 day's proceedings. enjoyment to Three Classes of. Kickers Infest the Diamond Says Lynch President Thomas .T. Lynch, ot" the National League, says there arc tbree classes of kickers on the ball player who be- comes suddenly enraged at what he believes is a wrong decision and loses his balance in the play; the chronic kicker who is always ready to dispute an umpire's and the player who rails at an umpire to cover his own bad work either in letting a good strike go by or in missing a-runner sliding u> base. In the case of the first kicker, who is so keyed up in the game that he is hardly responsible Mr. Lynch has instructed his umpires to pass this i'eilow along without Curt her notice unless the kicking becomes prolonged. In the other two cases, however, the umpires have been to banish any player who makes a foolish kick and con- tinues it for any length of time. The man'who makes a vigorous kirk and is sent to the club house is pretty sure to be bacK" on the field next day if his dispute was not.embelished with libelous language, but the athlete who uses the rarest kind of profanity is sure to be set down for three days. BREWERY TROPHY FOR DISTRICT BASEBALL POLO POSTPONED game Yori. -J of polo and American second i between the English j teams for the polo championship, which was to have i been piayed this afternoon at West- i bury, L. L was postponed .until tomor- i row on account of the wet conditions j iof the field. Standing of Clubs Today Western Canada League Games BRANDON PLAYED PUNK BALL AND LOST GAME Brandon, Man.. June their eyes, and it looked as thought-allies b'it kicked the ball too irgi-. they would, but it proved to be the going over the top of the opposite. Nearly all the Caliies ex- and Moore an! v-lvlurtie r I he celled themselves, but particular at- joall to the other end of the field and tention was drawn to Page. Whyte. j Whyte scored, after it being passed -and McMurtie. Thompson did not let 'to him by Page. WOLGAST BETTER THAN BAL NELSON delivery, the Angels made nine glaring errors, and the visitors won an easy contest, the score being 6 to 2. It was not until the seventh that Brandon was able to get a look in, _ u .when McGraw doubled, went to third Tne urst half enaed with tne score QQ fieider-s choice, and came home -0 in favor of the Veterans. on smith's single. In the ninth, Mc- Sfiortly after the game got rolling Graw singled, was sent along by Sulli- nicely again Davis and 'McKay collid- ed and the former player got a severe upon the top of his head but van's bingle, reached third on a field- er's choice, and came home on Kirk- ham's error. Winnipeg scored one in j kasemarT 3.I1Q i. MOOSE JAW AND EDMONTON PLAYED A TIE GAME WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. C. Edmonton IS iMoose Jaw IS t> MB Calgary 11 10 Winnipeg......... 15 12 .55t> Brandon S 19 .296 Saskatoon 6, 2Q .231 NATIONAL Won Lost Moose Jaw, June by two'Chicago York 27 Philadelphia spirited rallies did the league lead- ers avert defeat in tonight's, game with the Eskimos. It ended in a draw. six to six. Collins, who was pitching for the Robins, failed to tighten suf- St. Louis ficiently, with men on the and Cincinntai walked as many as three men''intone "Brooklyn inning. Dickinson, who pitched for Boston the Eskimos, has great speed, but he i__________ too, did not have any too much con- trol at times. The fielding was 'close j on both sides. In the sixtli itming i Quigley was declared out at the plate Detroit 35 16 31 17 18 19 21 28 34 p. c; .628 .614 .600 .568 .512 .477 .364 .244 Macleod Hands it Back to the.Trustee To be Competed for in Dis- trict League This Year The Lethbridge Brewery trophy, emblematic of the district league championship, is now in the hands of the trustee, C. J. Eckstorm. The cup was brought from Mac- !eod yesterday, where it has been for the past three years, having been won by the Macieod team in iaus. Tne cup is a beautiful crea- tion of silverware, standing 18 inches in.heights, on a base of ebony, two feet wide, and having a silverware baseball figure posing on each end. A silver baseball is resting on the lid and crossed bats lie across the front, while the in- scription of the donor is just above. The cup has been set up for competition in the district leag.ue this year. It must be won two years in succession before becom- ing the permanent property of any club. It is certainly worthy of the keenest competition. This >s the first year since 1908 that there has been a district lea- gue for the cup to be put up for competition in. MAGRATH BALL TEAM PLAY HERE TONIGHT AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. for interferin the tirst on by with Brenna'n, the-third Philadelphia was on the line', the uostc Harpej% a fielders choice. rittiiJci, uu and Freer. In closeiv. continued home "and a X.J they gathered in two more on ajralfe fest but as sinister ew So York ________ j-in a shorr time was able to continue iin the game. The forwards of the Corbett Declares That ream got busy made a jeer's -clloice> Taylor-8 double a; If all a considerable distance more than a year ago. No more of him and the Overseas goal the crtics allude to Woigast as a [keeper ran out to meet it but it "cheese the appellation be j bounced over his head and Clemen- stowed upon the little by hit it with his hand and the Battling Nelson in a fit of dudgeon -ball went into the goal, .but Referee a] to agree to a return match- Ad's most recent victim was the Saskatoon, June Saskatoon Berry Pickers took the first game rrom Calgary tonight, in what was and pique over the conquerors refus- Tennant saw the foul and it was not exhibition of ball cut up on the j j home grounds this year, by a score of j counted. Martindale came along with the clever California light weight Frank- and scored tbe and only ie Bums, who in his comparatively i" short career in the professional ranks had gathered the scalps of Lew Pow- ell -and Hqgan. and whom Western spores figured a logi- cal aspirant for-the title. i Burns No Chance Wolgast outfought and outgeneraled Burns from the tap of the gong until the end of the round, which was as far as the "native son" was able to go. Never at any stage of the con- :Mooref page< ciemenson, test did Frankie have even a remote chance to win. He was outclassed in everything but gameness, of which he g the 9 to 2. With W-alsh out of the game j through blood poisoning, and Cregion fielding his place at first, the locals played like a bunch of champions, this 'though seven errors were charged up against them, which, however were not costly. Psnnybaker was on the slab three for the this goal against the Caliies season. The game concluded with i Veterans .trying to score but Horne for the locals and had the Bronchos !pat the ball out of the danger zone, I at his mercy all through, keeping the hits so scattered 'that Calgary could not score. Lezie, pitching good'ball for the visitors, made two unfortunate throws, which cost at least four runs. the. score, being in favor of the noted Caliies. The line-up was as follows: Mclntyre; backs, iTbe Bronchos Bannerman and Caston; half ..backs, Glen, Whyte and Crawford; forwards, Thompson Mathias: ba.-Ks, :and- M I displayed a plenty, and stood up to i McKay and Horne; half backs, Mul- the mark until nature succumbed, and he could ao longer continue the argu- ment- At the call of time for the be- j ginning of hostilities in the 17th j Bums' seconds "skied the wipe" and and K Brennam and WHO OO rpy.tpvt f A WINNING MISS the Californian's championship aspir- ations were dead, or if not that, tem- porarily postponed. Moran in Marathon Owen Moran will be the next ambi- tious one to face the champion, and Wolgast, recognizing in the little Bri- vvas for the season tishcr, a worthy foe, insisted on a 45-round battle. With Owen fit and in shape to show tne best that's in [CLARESHOLM TENNNIS 1 CLUB RE-ORGANIZE Claresholm. June tennis and following officers were elect- ied: President, C. .0. Braren; vice president, Mrs. Brownlee: ot their one tally in the fifth, while Saskatoon reached the plate in four different innings. Umpire Terry 'has been recalled ow- ing to persistent demands from the local team, and Standridge and Sheri- dan officiated tonight, giving general satisfaction. The game was called in the end of the eighth. by innings Saskatoon 103 100 6 Calgary- 000 020 4 Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Cincinnati shut Philadelphia out. 5-0, scoring 3 in the Sth and 2 in the eighth. Rook. Committee. Pit'-souij; slipped it over Now York, New York had t.hrej errors. Ohicago played an errorless game, him. he will prove an exceedinzly dif- ,treasurer- ficult nut to crack in 20 rounds, as iKhnes- G' Deveroux, J. R. Watt. the champion realizes, hence tbe ;W. Broxvnlee and Misses Stella Cum-j marathon distance for ibis and Mmn Rules were drawn j j ho St Louis-Boston game was tional melee. Jloran. in cleverness !up fOT. tbe season and several mat-jp0nef] on accoant of wet grounds, peed. iters djscussed relative to and speed, has considerable on Ad- clph. and he has a punch as well, as 'Pavement of the courts, the dope books will show, and Bat- tling Nelson can testify. But in Wol- gast he is up against a' second ami im proved erti'ion of the famous Battier. He will find opposed to him a boy who knows what he is in the ring for and which thought, is constantly up- permost in his dome of thought, z. boy who toes the mark and takes all that is handed without flinching, and is possessed of a sturdy strength and stamina to assimilate punishment, and on it, and withal of the hest little ring generals in the critics to the contrary. im- POLISH "Good for 1 Stands the Weather" I Shines in a moment ,_. i I-and lasts for a week. Black or tan, at all gro- M cers and shoe stores. 10 AMERICAN The Boston-St. Louis and York- Chicago frames were prevented or rain, and Philadelphia-Detroit gdjne by cold weather. EASTERN Buffalo went down before Rochester by il-3. after leading through the sixth. Montreal took a, fall out of Toronto 6-3 in spite of the winners four errors, j Other games postponed on acount i of, inclement weather. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee beat'. St. Paul 1-0, Kan- sas City beat Minneapolis 5-1; Louis- I jville beat Indianapolis 2-1; Toledo beat Columbus 6-5. live Popular English Cigarette. ;