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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, June Ml, Mil S-PORT-S ONE MAN SCORED FIVE OF SIX GOALS Callies Outclassed Westminster Last Night and Blanked Them 6-0 Clemenson was a Monopolist 'At the "football game last evening the Callies managed to whitewash the Westminsters by six to nothing. The Callies ;team "was as follows: i Goal, Mclntyre: backs, Bannennan i and Easton: half-backs, Glen, Whyte I and Brennan: Page, j Clemson, Thompson and McMurtie. i The following opponents were un- able to put the ball at rest once dur- ing the entire game: Goal. Home: Westminsters' goal, but Simm passed it up the i'ieW to Thompson, who took a try at scoring-, but Horne caught it The game was getting exciting fo: the Callies, and disappointing for thbe more careful in the future, i Page kicked it in the air and Clem- enson, one more, headed it into the opponents' goal. This was quickly followed by another from the same person, and the game ended with the score six to zero for the Callies. Tonight there will be a la- crosse meeting. The time: The place: The City Harness Shop, just south of the Eureka. Lacrosse players, promot- ers, enthusiasts, supporters and everybody interested may take this notice as a cordial invitation to attend. Lethbridge has more first material than at any time Toefore. All that is re- quired is the initial step and this city will have a team on the field that will easily sur- pass anything hitherto. Every one. turn out to the meeting tonight. Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Moose Jaw..... 2 Edmonton 23 Winnipeg 20 JBrandon 9 ;Saskatoon 7 11 12 12 16 27 26 .694 .657 .625 .556 .250 .212 A CRACK LOC4L ELEVEN CHOSEN NATIONAL New York 32 19 ,627 Chicago 30 19 '.612 Philadelphia 31 20 .60S Pittsburg ..27 23 .540 St. Louis.... 26 23 .531 Cincinnati 24 28 .462 Brooklyn 13 39 .380 Boston 13 39 .250 i- i To Play Against Gdgaiy L-nampions Uomimon Day AMERICAN Detroit 3" {Philadelphia 31 jXew York 25 Cleveland 20 [Washington is .jSt. Louis 16 16 17 22 21 30 .698 .646 .o60 .533 .532 .37" .365 .303 LOCAL CORONATION DAY FIXTURES On the 22nd day of June, Coronation Day, there aro at least three sporting fixture! for local entertainment." In the morning the Y. M. C. A. and play a scheduled baseball match and in the afternoon a picked team from the City Baseball League will play Cardston. !n the evening the real crucial football 'match of the season is scheduled, when the Callies and S. O. E. face each-other. If the Gallici win the S. O. E. are about eliminated from championship running. Games in th? Big Leagues Western Canada League Games At a meeting of the City Football ('Rochester .eague executive held ..last evening Baltimore he abandoned game between the S. 30 Torocto Buffalo 21 Montreal 22 Jersey City 20 Providence .is (Newark 14 14 20 21 21. 22 24 32 31 .70S. .500 .571 .500 .500 .455 .333 .311 THINKS A LOT OF RUBE Lou Evans, of the Cardinals, thinks "Rube" Marquard. of the Giants, Rather than let the veterans score, [should be one of the greatest pitchers the Westminsters were forced upon ,in the world. "He's got everything." several ocasions to kick the ball off ,Wa Lou. "He's left-handed, lop-sid- the field. Seaman kicked it off once ied, wry-necked and crazy, and if that and Page took the corner for the Cal-1 combination doesn't make a good lies, and placed it -well in front of the {Pitcher, Fin a sailor." O. E. and- Overseas was fixed for Tuesday, June 27th. C-'Chiswiek was granted a transfer rom the S. 0. E. to the Overseas earn. Mr. Tennant was appointed referee n. the remaining, league games: Westminsters vs Overseas, June 20; Callies ys 3. 0. E.. The team to represent Lethbridge against Hillhurst, champions of Can- ada, on Dominion Day, July ist, here, was selected as follows: Goal, Melntyre right back Bannennan f left Chiswick (S. 0. right half, Glen centre half, Whyte (Callies) and (Brennan out- side right, Willets (S. 6; centre j country. Barker inside left, 1 Tte programmers arranged orig- Diamond City to Celebrate July 1st The celebration which was to have been held at Diamond City on Victoria Day was postponed_until Dominion Day, and the committee who has the matter in hand are sparing -pains MAROONS COULDN'T HIT AND WERE DEFEATED Edmonton, June bunch- ed hits by Edmonton resulted in Win- nipeg being- shut out tonight by the score of t> to 0. Despite inequality of the count the game was a good exhi- bition and had the Maroons been able to come through with the necessary .swat on several occasions when men were on bases, they would have had a good chance of winning. The feature of the game was Catcher Slight's three-bagger with the bases full. Skillman and Glass both pitched fair- ly good iball and were given good supj port The score: Edmonton Winnipeg 000 000 Summary: Three-base hits, Krueger Blight, Freer, Mills: bases on-balls, off Skillman 2, off Glass 1; struck out, by Skillman 1, by Glass 2; sacrifice hits, Mackin Freer: stolen bases. Slight: left on bases, Winnipeg 9, Ed- monton 3; double plays. White to J-0. JKrueserjKto, White: in. O..LI? syailug HO 'ptU.HS to make the to pro- Murphy; attend- vide' good accommodation for the i ance large crowds -who are sure to attend from Lethbridge anc[ the surrounding Kolberton (S. 0. outside left, Mc- Murtrie Reserves: back; Da vies, half back, and Brennan and Moran, forwards. It was decided to play a practice game on the Westminster grounds on Saturday, June 24, and the following team was selected to play against the picked team: 'Coles goal- Home and' inally will be carried out, consisting of running races other track events, football and oaseball matches and a bucking contest." Special train service from Lethbridge is 'being ar- ranged. There is now splendid hotel accom- modation ai Diamond City "and those spend Dominion Day there are Kaston, 'backs: Crawford, Davies and Hrth, half backs: Alcock, Page, Clem- mison, Brennan and by the three-year-old springer MeJeager. The Alexandra pUte of 1500 sovereigns added to a sweep- stake of four-yrir-oids- and co two les six furlongs and Si> yaiMs- was won Jjy W. Hail Walker's '-Royal Realm, 11 to S. M. E. Destalary's Basse Pointe 5 to 4. was second, and Sir Carl Meyer's Apache, 5 to 1, third. Walsh; stolen bases, base on balls, 'off -McAllister 4, off foster 2; struck out, by -McAllister by-Foster 2; double play, Gragion to Walsh. piiia-American-to-be, was the pinch hitter of the evening.' His heavy stick scored the first run of the game and also the'winning run in the ninth when tee score was tied about the figure five. Brandon tied the score in tieir.half of the ninth and 'the fans showed more pep in the half, than at any other period of the contest. Mor- MAGRATH AT TABER Magrath plays a District baseball game at Ta- iber The outcomevwill1 be watched with keen inter-" A. win for.Magrath would suit Lelhbridge. Ta- is .felt to be our foremost opponent for the cup. one'out, was given a pass to start got to second on O'Brien's out. Tng won himself a home by slamming out a two-bagger to centre field allowing Moran" to cross the pan for the third time in the game and also deciding khe game in our favor. The score: Brandon 101 COO 13 0 Calgary 202-100 7 1 BURNS WANTS TOO MUCH MONEY FOR REFEREEING FIGHT Edmonton, June is likely that the fight between Potts and Mulling f (will not be pulled off as arranged for. j Expenses are getting so high that it i would scarcely be able to get a bouse '.big enough to pay them. Potts wants about'1275 expenses and a "good share jof the gate, and Mr.-Tommy-Burns re- 1200 t0 referee the affair. Oth- jer expenses are in proportion so that j Barney 5Iullin does not feel like tak- jing any chances of dropping a few j hundred. j Two hundred simoleoas is a rath- jer large amount for Mr. Burns to S want for an hour's work refereeing the bout He says bis expenses would be almost that much, but nobody will be- lieve that. However, there is a good chance that a scrap will pulled off In Ed- jfnonton this month, anyway. Efforts are being made to arrange a bout be- 1 tween and Lander. YOUR HEALTH WILL BE ALL THE BETTER FOR A GLASS OF RAYMOND WANTS GAME -Raymond wants an exhibition game of ball with a L'ethbridge team tomor- row This information was imparted to the Herald over the phone last evening by T. J. O'Brien. A nine win be picked this evening after the; EASTSRN Toronto 5 2 Rochester 12 1 Batteries Lush P.helps -Jughes and Jacklitsch. 3. 3 Baltimore 4 2 and Rondeau Atkins and Egan. BuHalo 3 3 Montreal 10 1 Batteries Mcrritt and KiJUfer Burke and Koth. Jersey City-Newark game postpon- ed ;.rain. CANADIAN 1 London 6 11 0 Hamilton 7. 10 0 -and Reske Bar- nerich. Keatmg and Barton. Berlin St. 478, Dunn Kus- smith' and Speer. Brantford .........................11 13 3 473 ahd Lamunt; Ma- son and McWhirter." Second irantiord 242 Guelph -is 9 5 Batteries vj'ir and McWhirtetrl Lamont Indians and Maroons play at the Ath- letic park. The Journey to Raymond made in the Alexandra motor i AMERICAN ASSOQIATION Milwaukee 7 4 -Jjouisville 6 4 and -Marshall; Higginbotham and Hughes. .0 Minneapolis Indianapolis 12 9 Batte Owens and Rlttcr bus if it can be secured, which will leave Lethbridge about two o'clock. SPEY ROYAL ASK FOR KKtf IT IT AT THE BAR- IN YOUR HOME Jl Wiiie Spirit Co. JIM CALLAHAN 16 TEACHER Chicago, June lo.-rThe .secret of the White Sox's improved ball playing is laid to the daily morning, practice. Manager Duffy makeg every, inan.on the squad report for work lit tne fore- noon. Captain Harry Lord takes up1 one branch of the work in perfecting the infield play. Manager Duffy takes Ping Bodie personally m -hand, and Jimmy Callahan teaches some of the jerring pitchers crafty tricks of the Callaaan been laboring Indns- with Frank Lange. The Iron {Man had a great weakness tn allow- -Ing runners to, get too long a lead ;on him. Callahan, who ,was one of jthe old crafty school in trickery, has going on the slab in the morning I to ahow how to hold the base i runners, lln bis best M a er'Cil never let'a base get more than two off the pitching. Kansas City 14 7 Columbus 15 3 Altrock, Bran- dpiii and O'Connor and -James Les- sard, Cooke and Ludivig. St. 7 S 5 2 IinilllHHIttllllllUIIHI C.C. PAQNUILO WIN! A SPIRIT CO. ;