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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page THE LETHBRtDGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, June LETHBRIDGE DEFEATED MAGRATH WESTMINSTER VS S.O.E. TONIGHT A INCIDENTS OF LAST NIGHT'S BALL GAME AT THE PARK Magrath Put to Rout in First of District f League Series Here Heavy Hitting Characterized Game 22-9 ins 9 times. Score Though old Sol was not wearing his; of their Bine. la both instances Clarke Panama and other accoutrements of j wag invincible the other part of ithe game, was somewhat weak in his the torrid zone, but rather his arctic delivery, uniform.more or less than a thous- Something out of the ordinary is on and fans turned out to see the open-1 record lor the firs: inninss. toe vis- ing game of the district baseball %v_ere at bat_ Magrath was short gue here last night -in which the vis- j -shifty" Hawkins, of second sack itors received 22 kicks on the slats-fame, who was not due to arrive till for which they succeeding in return-1late- of our local star per- formers. Professor Brandow, was cal- led upon to fill the gap. And he did Jt was not a classy exhibition of the ;c manfully and gracefully by going skilful art, but there was sufficient j third to bat and stinging- the leath- style and an abundance of peculiar i eroid to right with a resounding smash happenings sufficient to tax the safe- j that had a three bag label attached ty valve of the most sonorous rooter. thereto and there were two on bases. There were things uncorked, mon- j "he innings ended with the local sub- I Btrasities and freaks brought to light! stitution hugging third from whence j tJiat even Al. Barnes and his famous jte retired from the game in favor managerie failed to vie with when jof Hawkins, who had then arrived ojt showing here last week. j duty. For if Magrath. failed to deliver the i Letrtbridge started the proverbial goods as manipulators and handlers; merry-go-round agoing at a terrible of the pesky pUl. they were retrieved Pace in their first trial at the bat by the efficiency. cf one "Rube" tallies were garnered when the kins, second sacker. by Heck. He was ismoke of tfle batting festival had a liTS wire-he was here, there andlcleared away- Ever? man on team everywhere, .a .right-on-the-job-kid, and a king of the kidders at that. He i had taken a swipe at the ball, Seiden- i becker, in fact, had a couple before I the side was retired. uncorked some antics that have nev- i er been seen here before" which took! opening round made it appar- the cake with" thg crowd, pleasing jSELt at a that the invading nine them immensely. And he is some base Iwas outclassed, ball player withal. and there is little j doubt but the locals could have their opponents had there been It was a fine-batring practice wcasioa for k; However) it mast the locals. Home runs, three and twojbe agmitt'ed that, had the visitors baggers with a variety of clean sing-j wielded the stick all through the game -jag -they did ia the last spasm, the i local brigade would have been forced to extend themselves to their utmost to stop things going against them: It happened thusly: Coffee grounded io Seid., who threw low to firsi, ,the" ball going to the bleachers and't-tie runner Magrath__ circling to third. Peterson then tore Bennion, 3b 3 a beant past second, scoring Coffee. Coleman, Ib i Bennion fouled out to Cole- Hawkins', i'b 4 man followed with a Texas leaguer A. Mercer, ss..... 5 back of second good for a single and Gibb, cf A THEY OUGHT 70 Games in the Big Leagues AMERICAN New York vs Chicago, HO game, wet grounds. I JBostou 7 2 iSt Louis 000 200 5 3 j Hall and Carrigan arid Nuuamaker; and Clarke. Glove Bouts a Modern Science of Mel? Skilled in Game and Should Not Be Confused With Pries Fights 000 100 0 Detroit 000 010 10 Coombs and Lapp; Summers Stanage. Washington 100 201 ti 0 Cleveland 2 and Standing and Fisher. "The question is often put: what is the difference between boxing and and PTlze said an Eastern sport- ,ing man. attempts have been made NATIONAL i to draw the line in the courts, and Cincinnati 000 Oil 9 0 .'in legal cases promoters have secured Philadelphia OCO 300 0 2 'decisions in their favor. Take it in Keei'e, Smith and Clarke: is nothing in the jries, Alexander and Dooin. Prize 'fight law that prohibits boxing Chicago 000 000 300-3 S 5 and tbe lest case the decided Brooklyn 000 020 9 0 wlth 'decision, no Cole" and Kling; Barger, Hucker jpurse' no championship, or anything: and Bergen. iat stake> were not Prize fights. The (question has often been put: 'What ;is a prize fight? And- if it isn't bru- 'Pittsburc ......-010 000 S Xew York 005 040 10 5 Others want to know why the Adams, Hendrix. and Simon: Drue- jboxers pull and haul, hit in the clinch- ike- and >lyers. es, and so forth, or why a man will iSt. Louis .'____ 010 000 S 1 strike his opponent when the-latter IBoston 010 000 10 5 j apparently is only half off the floor. Steele and Bresnahan; Mattern and i Still others want to. know why the Graham. j boxers shake hands at the start and at the end of the bout, and what is the sensation when a man is floored or knocked out? "Twenty-five or thirty years ago, it was different, for in those early days. men fought with 'bare knuckles and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION J.Milwaukee ___ 000 001 7 1 St. Paul 000 100 3 2 Dougherty and Marshall; Steiger and Spencer. No other games scheduled in the the sport was brutal. If a man was American Association. thrown or knocked down he was fixed up for the next round .and continued until he was unable to go farther. jNow they box a limited cumber oC rounds with big padded gloves. The CANADIAN Hamilton...............----- 6 a2 London 4 7 Kolseth, Barton and Smith: Corkin, [rounds are of three minutes, with, a Bignell and Riske. JBerlin 9 St. Thomas 10 minute's rest between; if a man is knocked down and fails to get up 1 j within ten seconds-that ends the bout j Halles, Besau and Dunn; the top much one-sided f worth and Speer. JGuelph..................... 5 S 4 JBramford.................. 2 3 3 Orth and McWhirter: Hooley, Arn- old and Lamond. "Boxing is nothing, more or less than scientific exhibition of the art cf self-defence and of the 'same nature -as any other -'exhibition of sport which is by endurance skill. The exhibitions are not brutal. A clever dancing master has AB R H PO A E j 0 0 2 10 Hawkins then came along with a hit J. Mercer, c 5 0 3 between short and third, tbe ball Wooley, If 5 i i 7 9 i 'getting lost in the outfield, Peterson 4 i 3 i i i ;and Coleman scoring the while, and Peterson, p___... 4 i 2 0 01 Hawkins rested on third. A. Mercer j Totals'......... 9 14 24 16 13 i slammed ont to left centre for two j Letbbridge__ scoring Hawkins.. Gibb'scratch- Seidenbecker. 3b ,ed one fo third and J. Mercer was Moore, ss........ 3 i i treated to a like charity. Wooley then Stewart, cf fi les and scratch hits that has never j fanned. A bad throw to Pulley allow- Bowers.' Ib...... 5 been witnessed at the park before and j There were two pretty double plays Evans, If ____...... 5 the crowd cried the more the merrier. :in the Seldenbecker in Coons, 2b 5 AB R H PO A E 5 3 7 321 2 2 0 118 320 1 1 1 5. O. E. Line-up Changed The Westminsters and Sons of England meet tonight in their return league match. A good game is expected as the Westminsters have been training hard, and expect to make the Sons go some to win. Quite a little change will be seen in the Sons line-up, which be as follows: Coles, goal; Chiswick. Pearson, backs; Willets, Lee and Firth, halves; AicocX Faunch. Heathfield, Gurr and Clayton, forwards. Reserves, Walker and Gurr. Referee: Petts Kick-off: 6.45. EASTERN [Baltimore 100 000 S 1 Providence 000 000 3 3 'nothing on a clever fast 'boxer when Dygert and B'yers; Sline and Fitz- u comes to being graceful, and we all admire the clever dancer. "Boxers seldom have any personal 'FRISCO WILL NOT GET MEET BON VOYAGE Seidenhecker was the swatsman king j first grabbed one off the bat and put 5 2 2 of the evening. He poled the pill with j Brandow down leading off third, un- c......... 5 2 2 such mighty force to yon "tall timbers j assisted. In the seventh -Coons sing- Clark, p 5 3 2 that had. there been eight bases in-jled. 'Rau followed with a hot one .on Totals 44 22 17 27 15 Summary: Earned runs, Lethbridge Olympic Games to be Held in 'Berlin J in 1918 0 0 I San Francisco will not get the Olym pic games for her exposition in 1916. 10 igerald. Second game j Baltimore ..000 010 131 6 12 3 spite, and they show this by shaking1 Providence ____ 000 000 0 7 5 hands. It is purely a matter of busi- I Adkins and Egan and Byers; Ma- ness. Boxers pull, haul and hit in the- roney and Rondeau. clinches in what they call in-fighting. Toronto 010 010 "8 4 The-v try 'to tire out their opponents Montreal 120 000 4 6 1 pulling and hauling, which is quite Killian, Mueler and Kocher; Dubtic scientific in its way, and by HO means and Curtis. as rough as it appears. "People who don't see many box- rag- bouts may occasionally see a poor one and become prejudiced against the sport. They simply judge ;aU by one 11 12 4 7 R. NORTHWESTERN i Vancouver Portland j Cates and Lewis; Lamline and Har- P00r ex-nibition, probably put up by two men who are not really scientific boxers. The same mistake may occur stead of four to complete the circuit i bound to -Hawkins, who waited he could have stopped at second Cooas going to second, had lunch, and then come in on and then threw R hands and knees with perfect safety. ;iirst- In the first innings ana his second! time at bat in that session, he swip-j ed one with such terrific force that i the opposition who stood in the path merely looked it over in an after-you- my-dear-Alfanso manner an-d let it speed to the distant parts. In the fifth he paid his respects to the ene- mies 'gattjing. department with a clean clout into left centre which was an easy homer. Next time up he sin- gled 50 left and while Magrath's left gardner was looking at his shoe laces he skated round to third. Evans welted the ball to right with j enough weight behind it to allow him j 10 go the full route. It was one of i the best wallops in the game. Then 1 P.ulley carae along in the sixth and I pickled a select. one ia a part of the ied another run to the visitors. left garden where the enemy were ;then the finish touched out at w ft an 3.nU W VVttQC ICl t i Instead the meet will be held the fol-, on the midnight train last night for' Rasmusj lowing year in This fact i route for England io Harris" S. O..E. Members !ris- r I Second for Coronation ,v? 4 1 2 in any line- of sport. C. Farris and W. -I. Wade left. 0 3 3; "I have often been asked why Rasmussen and Shea; Eastley and man can be knocked down, get up and continue the bout and then claim that -Magrath 3: two-base hits, Coleman, was made known in a cablegram re-1 attend the Coronation. After the veg- 4 0 ,i.he has not been burt at-all. In the Evans: three-base bit, Hawkins: by James E. Sullivan, secre-1 qnnc; nf FTltr1anf? List. Seattle 030 first boxer or any man who Kraft and Hasty; Seaton and Shea. has knocked down with a boxing will agree 'with that Tie MIKE DONL1N REINSTATED !coulda.t tell he was hitor any- thing about what took place 'after he hit, and until he came to, if he McGraw's Men temporarily lost his senses. There is Cincinnati. June J. Donlin, 'something about it. a knock down or home runs. Seidenbecker 2, Evans, of ttle Amateur Athletic union I Pulley: struck out, by .Clark 6, by aad of Lhe Olympic games committee, I Peterson 4, by Mercer 1: 'double plays. froni Professor William M. Sloane aud Seidenbecker unassisted, Rau to BoV- 'Allison V. Armour, representatives of jers to Pulley.. Hawkins to Coleman: tlie Olympic committee, which u :n ;wild pitch, .Clark: passed balls, pui'.-session at Budapest. and came. Gibb %vas not Icaugbt between second and run down There were but one or two innings completing the three out. in the game that the locals didn't: Umpiring Was Good seem equal to anything at swats station. Peterson, the opposing slab artist was no pu2zle. He relieved ed to have more stuff than hie pre- Taber was to have supplied an um- Uie game but he failed tojnut for Bob C-albertson and Archie :team representing were eniisted under tne ;double umpire system in tho place of'they {eel to handing Raymond decessor, but the game .-was- on deilotsyw-t and gave perfect sat-'a receJpt for the bumps the sugar then and-the change, though benefi- action. fact their work--was un- town j ley and J.'Mercer; first base on er- Irors, Magrath 5, Lethbridge 6: hit I pitcher, Hawkins and Bennion: Um-1 [pires, Culbertson and McCorvie. i o- ..'Cup on Exhibition I The Brewery Trophy.. the emblem jof the District" League championship, j was. on exhibition in the stand at the I park lasr. night. Lethbridge is out to win. it and feel that they have more j than-a fair, chance of running off with ,'the mug. j Taber is the team that the locals ihave a healthy respect for. The Ta- iberites are now three games 'to the jgood. having beaten Magrath and twice slipping it over Cardston. Cardston is no easy mark either the renowned "Spud" Murphy on the firing line, and Taber only cap- j tured the last game there by a single run after a hard fight. Raymond has always been a hard o crack, "out ths. j Lethbridge this j is superior any heretofore and j iilar Sons of England meeting last, j night, the members indulged in a lit- j 'tie jollification, and about- fifty of the members accompanied the broth- ers, who are omcers of the lodge, to.Famous Giant Vaudeviilian Back with the depot, where numerous patriotic j songs were sung, and cheers given tor JEFFRIES TO VISIT PARiS these popular members, wishing then, jthe heavy'tiding outfielder, was form- knock out that seems to rob "it of all bon voyage and a speedy return. NOR WAM WON James J. Jeffries and his wife have started back to the United States by way of Paris. Jeffries said that he on a pleasure trip and He is going back to Alaska on a bear occupancy again the New York hunt in July and after that to Los Angeles. ally reinstated- today by the National' baseball commission. Doniin himself i M ._ applied for reinstatement and proniis-j en -rc ed to report to-the-New York club in> i'. "Nowadays, -after a man has been mediately on restored to a bard boxing bout, and .the standing. As his record showed have told of the many heavy .he had not. violated any of the rules'! blows' struck and received, people The Polo Grounds will be ready for ;of organized baseball during the'expect the boxer to-be all scarred and retirement the com- n3arked! and are much surprised when they find bim much the same as. ever and bearing no mementos of a severe _____ battle. I "A boxer, to toe a boxer, has to be ia Whatever may have been said about very best physical condition, and Nationals return from the West jJune 28. 95. Stop starving suffering the pangs of worrying about what you dare and dare not Eat hearty meals of vholesome feed, tsjts cial, was not going to change the tide! of battle. The .visitors opened up strong aad finished strong. T-he -first innings tney scored two and in the ninth five has handed them in the past. C'libertson took the balls aad McCorvie the bases. Tilft next tnat Lethbridge will !participate in will be the postponed i match of May 24th, which will .be 000 played at Taber next Saturday after- 934 17-10-aoon, and you'il feel like a new person. Scur occasional indigestion chronic dyspepsia all yield quickly to NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. "The -properly digested food restores your strength, stomach regains its tone, and soon requires no further Aid. 50c. a box. If your druggist has not stocked them yet jcnd 50c. and we will mail them. 37 NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL Co. or CANADA LIMITED. MONTREAL. time he was in mission did riot inflict a fine. FITZ !S SEEKING A HOPE him. Fitz still loves the fighting game, blows have little or no effect upon He is making his'living in the theatrj- him. But if you took a man who had cal profession, but the lure of the ring ,been tnrough the hard training will haunt him always. He is just now iv. engaged in hunting a new heavyweight Gnd sent'Jlim mto tbe every champion to take the place of Jack would raise a bnmP or Johnson. That is why a man unaccustomed to He wants a man about 6 feet 2 in- boxing, and who suffers from any lit- ches in height and weighing about 220 tie bump he sustains himself can- pounds preferably a college man. Mot make hjmself believe that and and his brain "would be keener Douts, and if they did not With a man, nerve, strength, and tlle resuit would be different, fearlessness figured as the rest of him, Ih'ey have simply -beconie accustomed I think T could get him up in a year's TO blows and take them as time. You see, he could work with matter of business." and I could punch him. And I am and so is he, and in this way he would learu faster, because he would be try- ing trickg on me that he would work In the ring. A smaU man is incapable of developing fighter." A WINNING MISS ;