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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEHALI) Western Canada League Games WESTERN CANADA Ai oose Jaw 12 Calgary ______ 2 M oose Jaw 4 0 fi Brandon 1 "5 Urahdoii 4 Saskatoon 1! UUmonton 10 Kuraonton 4 Saskatoon 0 SASKATOON WON FIRST FROM EDMONTON Saskatoon. Sask., June Berry Pickers won the first game to- day, .by heavy letting at opportune times and bad fielding on part of iHdmonton. A strong v.-ind interferred seriously with the 'work in the field, v.-ith the result that both teams broke into the error column on many occa- sions, Pennybaker was in the 'box for .the locals, and while hit freely at times, kept his hits well scattered .and, had it not been for fumbles on the part of his team mates, the Es- kimos would bare got out with about three tallies to their credit How- ever, the young. .Saskatoon amateur, broke jnto the game two weeks distinguishedi--himself today 'by tlie pea over the left field letici? with; two men on bases, which practically., won the game for the Dickinson twirled seven innings for but in the eighth, he was on rather freely-and Whis- .man: was substituted. The big fellow was wild, after filling 'the bases with charities and a 'dead the .next batter came along and swatted. the with the result 'that "Saskatoon pulled s. win in 'the eighth, which was started with "to the bad. Score hy innings: iMmonton 040 8 4 .Saskatoon .040 000 6 9 PIEH PITCHED PUZZLING BALL, BEATING SASKATOON Saskatpon. June Eskimos got their revenge on Saturday even- Ing for the afternoon defeat, taking the second gamo by the runaway score of 7 to 1. This was clue to the fact" that the Berry Pickers were weak in the pitching staff, Me Allister having to fill in a gap, which he did not accomplish with any de gree of 'brilliancy. Poor fielding of his position, aided by errors on.the part of his team mates at .critical times und opportune hits by the Es- kimos made it easy for the visitors. Pieli had the homers guessing all the time, and. sharp fielding behind him made the hits scarce and unfruitful. Edmonton 6 4 Saskatoon 4 6 Summaries: Three base Two base Cox, Sorenson, Letcher 2. Stolen Cox 2, McCallum, Walsh. Sacrifice Struck Pjeh 5, by McAllister 2. Hit by Pieh 1, by-McAllister 1. Left on bas- 6, Saskatoon 7. Um- and Sheridan. Attend- ance 800. Cured By "Fruit-a-tim" SYDNEY MINES, Jan. 25th, 1910. "For many years, i suffered torture from Indigestion mud Dyspepsia. Two years ago, I was so bad that I vomited .food constantly and I lost 25 pounds in weight. I was afraid the disease was Cancer, but medicine gave only temporary relief. I read about "Fruit-a-tives" and.the cures this wonderful fruit medicine was making, and I decided to try it. After takiag three boxes, I found a great change for the better and now I can say "Fruit-a-tivcs" has cured me when every other treatment failed and I reverently say "Thank God for 'Fruit-a- tives'." EDWIN ORAM, SR. "Fruit-a-tives" is sold at 500. box, 6 for trial size, 250. At dealers Cir, from Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa MAROONS AND v, M. c. A. TONIGHT AT ATHLEIC PARK The Maroons and Y. M. C. A. are scheduled to play t league game at the Athletic Park thin evening. Both teams arc dead anxious to win and will be there with bells on. OVERSEAS FOOTBALL TEAM A team to" represent the Overseas football club ia their league fixture with the S. 0. E. on the baseball ground on Tuesday will be selected from the following: Stowe, McKay, Home, James, Da vies, Martinflale, Mathias, Muir. Bern bridge, Moarn, Turner, Mul Jen and Kane. MAROONS MADE IT SEVEN STRAIGHT FROM BRANDON SATURDAY Winnipeg, J.une Maroons made it seven straight from Bran- don Angels by landing both games of the double-header here today. The first score was 6 to 1 and the second 5 to 4. The locals just managed to put over a win "before a heavy rain- storm put a stop to hostilities, at the end of the first half of the'sixth. There were few features to either contest The home tribe simply out- played their opponents in both games. They hit at the right time and ran like fiends while the LEZIE PITCHED AWFUL 'BALL ON SATURDAY Moose Jaw, June' Moose Jaw Robins annexed both games on the 12 to 2 and the second 4 tqr 0. .The first game was given away by Phfl Lezie who; issued five passes, let in six runs and" filled The bases before he was relieved in. the first session, another run being got off Martin.. McQnarry was-in-good form, but the- high handicapped tte players: In the second game, both Naverson and Barnstead pitched a good line, the however, giving .only one' pnss'-'to Barnie's' three hits: and a" shut The batting faultless, and ex- cept for Lockwood'is three no- j thing larger than a single 'was served up, while the fielding was gilt-edged- outpitched Ryan which plainly tells the story. The second contest was close one, as the Angels tried hard to pull out a victory, but the locals again hit at the Opportune time and a couple of wild heaves to the bases by Thelan helped to lose him his own game. Collins, who had been traded to Winnipeg from Edmonton for Van- dine made debut but was hit 'pret- ly lively though the .college boy sav- ed at least one run .by some sen- sational fielding. T-he score; Score by MEDAL PUT UP F. R. Agnew has donated a beautiful gold medal for the best all-round athlete of the Lethbridge :Y. >M7 C; A.': The competition for .this medal will take place in August, af- ter the members have return- ed from camp. Lethbridge Tennis Players Victorious About a dozen of the star performers of the Y. C. A. and High School Tennis clubs journeyed to Taber on Saturday "to do .battle on the courts with the Taber club. Their trip was highly, successful from every standpoint, the Lethbridge players walking'off ,wfith twelve out of the fourteen series played. The results were as Men't Mason and Jackson, Lethbridge, 'beat McPhersoa and Grant, Taber, Davidson and Francis, Lethbridge, beat Lyon and Thompson, Ta- ber.- Duncan and Anderson, Lethbridge, beat Norton and Westlake, Taber, Singlet Duncan, Lethbridge, beat Norton, Taber, Francis, Lethbridge, beat Thompson, Taber, Beaton, Lethbridge, beat Thompson, Taber, Mason, Lethbridge, beat Dr. Hammond, Taber, Lyons, Taber, beat Jackson, McPherson, Taber, beat Anderson, Lethbridge, McKenzie, Lethbridge, beat'Miller, Taber. Mixed Doublet Miss Nimmona and Beaton, Lethibrtdge, beat Dr. and Mrs. Hammond, Taber, Miss McNabb and May, Lethbridge; beat and Caven, Taber, Miss Jackson and Jackson, Thompson and Miss Mc- Leod, Taber, S Miss Hodgins and D. McKenxie, beat Miss Miller and McPherson, Taber, In the evening the Lethbridge party was royally entertained at an informal banquet given in their honor by the Taber Club. 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Thiat. saves delays. Burroughs Sytterpt Service collects, compiles and distributes to Burroughs users the best, thoughts and forms and systems gathered from, firms in.all lines. Burroughi Invention, Service U constantly de- veloping new mechanical ideal for the benefit of B.urrbugha users. NO, 9 BURROUGHS Hand or Electric. Pricet to easy payments, if desired Ask for the following free books: "Why Don't You Go Home" (for small "Better Day's Work" (for all "Cost? Keeping Short (for cost-keeping departments} BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE COMPANY 317 Kennedy Bldg., European WIKNPEG, MAJNITOBA, 76 Street, London, E. C., England. Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL St. Louil 301 020 10 o Philadelphia 430 000 8 3 Golden, Geyer and Bresnahan; Bee- be, Chalmers, Burns and Dooin. St. Louis 021 021 11 4 Philadelphia 400 001 5 0 'Steele and Bresnahan and Bliss; Humphries, Moore and Dooin. 210 Oil 11 1 Boston 001 101 9 5 Brown and Graham; Mattern and Kling. Chicago 322 204 14 1 Boston 000 110 2 G 3 Cole, Richter and Gtaham: Weaver, Ferguson, Tyler, McTighe and Rari- den. Cincinnati 000-000 6 1 York..... 002 000 11 2 Fromme, McQuillan and Clarke; Wiltse and Myers. No game scheduled at Pittsburg. NORTHWESERN Tacoma 12 12 1 35-4 Spokane -------1 5 11 1 EASTERN (Saturday) At Buffalo- Toronto Buffalo H E BARBERS BEAT BAR TENDERS Slough Lake, situated aiboutv two .j miles south of Kipp, was the spot for I the annual picnic of the barbers and of the city, which took j place yesterday. Nearly seventy-fixp went out in automobiles and the pic- nic was a great success. In the afternoon a of baseball 2 11 O O 2 i t00k place' wblcn for At Providence Jersey City Providence ___ t Rochester 4 Montreal 0 At Baltimore Newark ____ 1 Baltimore ..2 (the bartenders by the score of 19 to 4. R H E Tne following comprised the bar- 6ll libers' team: Sherd pitcher, Prince 1 5 5 [catcher, Hart first base, 2nd. R H E i'basc' 3rd ibase, Howklns 1 j right field, Hoselton centre field; Priest short' stop, Knudston left field. The able work of pitcher Dan Me- 5 2 (Sunday) At Rochester 3 9 toutreal.................... 10 14 Millan made it a sure thing for the 0 'opposing and he was 'backed vp 1 by the following: McMillan pitcher, Lessard catcher, Armstrong Cooper second, Bennett third. Phair< fright, Oleff centre, Haines short stop- 3 .and Moore left. 4 AMERICAN Washington 004 021 7 10 3 Chicago 090 201 15 3 Sherry. Gray, Otey, Heron and Ain- smith: Walsh and Sullivan. Philadelphia 311 213 IS 1 St. Louis 200 003 5 11 3 and Thomas: Powell, Ham- ilton, Harper and Clarke. Boston 003 200 000 11 1 Detroit 000 010 112 13 3 Wood and Xunamaker: Willett, La- fitte and Stanage. At Providence (12 innings) R H E ersey City................. 2 9 2 Providence................. 3 5 0 New York Cleveland Warhop Laud. and 000 000 000 010 Blair; Gregg 4 2 6 0 and AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul 010 311 13 Louisville Minneapolis Columbus 000 030 7 010 021 10 022 001 13 Kansas City Oil 121 15 Toledo 130 000 6 12 Milwaukee Indianapolis 'Minneapolis Louisville 630 702 20 000 210 8 300 020 10 101 010 13 WESTERN CANADA Won Lost P. C, Moose Jaw 21 11 .656 Edmonton 20 11 .645 Winnipeg "0 1-2 ,625 16 12 .571 Brandon 8 24 .250 Saskatoon 7 22 .241 AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Detroit ---------...36 15 .706 Philadelphia 29 17 .630 Boston 26 21 .553 Chicago 23 21 .523 New York 23 22 .511 Cleveland 20 30 .400 Washington 17 32 .347 St. Louis 16 33 .S27 St.. Pan! 000 001 5 Columbus' 010 000 10 {Kansas City "Indianapolis 1.10 222 12 002 010 G 15 NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. New York Cbicaso 31 18 ,C33 30 18 .fi25 Philadelphia 30 20 MO St. Louis 28 22 .542 Pittsburg 26 22 .542 Cincinnati 22 27 .449 2 Brooklyn IS 30 .275 2 'lloston 12 S8 .240 TORONTOS BLANKED CORNWALL TtAM, Cornwall, June Cornwall lacrosse team got away to a bad start today, the Toronto twelve scoring eight goals while the locals never once managed to connect the ball them. Torontos were the team, this toeing especially noticeable' wnen their defence lined up against the Cornwall home. Despite the that the new rules render checking lesg severe than in previous years Cornwall attack seldom got in clove to the Toronto goal tender and ttieir. long range shots proved easy picking. MONTREAL BEAT SHAMROCKS EASILY Montreal, June "winged wheel" hung It on the "winged yesterday when the Montreal lacrtMM. team downed their rivals, the Shamrocks, by score of nine to two at the Westmount grounds. Montreal both outplayed and. oat? lasted the Shamrocks, and had it on tdem forty ways for headwork. It looked as if the Irish veterans were a little old, and the new blood a. little too young, and such a combination could, do little agatet such a ed team as the West Endera. GREAT VICTORY FOR CANADIAN Toronto, June Gould- ing, the Central Y. M. C. A. walkvr, defeated George E. Larner, ,the lish crack, in the'open mile walk at the Eaton Athletic games yesterday. Gotiiding's tine was 6.32. E. P. MacDonald of o Centrals finished third. ;