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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta ;TIIE LETniwinr.E DAILY HERALD Monday, June FAST LACROSSE AT THE COAST SPORTS NEW WESTMINSTER BEAT VANCOUVER Champions Evened With Their Hot Rivals NEW YORK GIANTS HAVE FINE MATERIAL ON THE BENCH :Vancouver. June ono of the best lacrosse games of the series thus far' the New Westminster chainpibntt defeated Vancouver by 5 to 4 at the City today. It was the fourth- game In the series of ten, the teams being even with two In the first quarter, Fitzgerald 'scored Vantomers oiih goal, tthtle the t Champions made three on brilliant j work by Feeney, Gordon Spring and I .Len Turnbiiil. In this quarter excellent work of New West minster's defence was a j feature, frequently preventing Van- couver all stars from scoring J I he second quarter was Vancou j ork lune tune the apparently about to Gomes in the Big Leagues vpr's all the Allen, West and La- londe scoring in. fourteen-minutes of play, 'while Westminster failed to a goal. Thut was the end of the scoring for Vancouver, the third and fourth quarters being-ciphers, al- though there were many near goals. Westminster's defence never did bet- ter work. In the third Gordon Spring and Clif- ford Spring made it two more for .New but like Vancoouver the champions fulled to score in the fourth. The game was Westminster's on merit, although there was throughout rough work in spots, there'being thir- teen penalties in all, seven for West- minster men and six against Con Jones' stars. Matt Carr, of Vancouver, was re- feree. be" wrecked by ,thc loss of playing stars through injury or illness some of llip hrood that John McGnw his had beside him on the- bench leaps forward and the.Giants -go right along iuih an unbroUn front An in jiiry to "Larry" Uoylt- gave Arthur Fletcher a chance for duty in n'eltl. This-youthful imiierstudy hadj already been approved as an infieid- eiy but tlici'c was doubt as to his abilitv to handle the war club effect- ively.'Hut Fletcher bounded into the olYe'nce like :i seasoned slugger and has .been showing the results of schooling under McCiraw in the 'art of "placing 'em.' A mighty sweet catcher" is verdict in tl.0 case of .Arthur Wilson, another of the spare hands who have been worked recently. .Wilson works with all pitchers, bats well ami has the knack, of snapping .the ball lo the sacks in a way that- curbs base runners' ambitions. Josh" Devote, is a his present rating is so high that, it can hardly -be recalled .that McGiaw has been grooming the fleet outfielder for several season's'on- the Giants' bench. s a Newark farm hand ami finally as promising candidate for a regular's! berth Chicago (13 innings) 4 12 MnlfuiclphM J 10 Melnlyre, Brown, .Arc; or and Gntham Alexander and -Dot in St 1 1 33 New ork l l Harmon and .Uresnahan Mathewxon and Myers. Cincinnati fi Brooklyn l, G Uatieries Gaspar and McLean Scan Ion, Knotxer and liergt'ii, Ohicago l 7 I'hiladclphia 3 H Cole, Brown and Arch or Burns, Moore and Moran I uicininti i 1 10 2 BronkKii a 13 Keefe, McQuillan, Suggs and Clarke.; Ruckcr and Bergen. St Louis 4 1 1 York 5 10 o Golden, Salleu and lire's nahiin Wiltse ami Myers. Boston-Pittsbiirg, no game rain. Western Canada League Games EDMONTON AND WINNIPEG BROK EEVEN SATURDA 'Edmonton. Jiiue an .Winnipeg had an even break on Sa first game going to the >Ia The meeting scheduled take place by the score of 12 to 10, and t'h lusrberore the game at It was j secoond to the Eikimos T to 0 Th cxuectecl that 'csturs of both contests the h mako efforts to have a judge of play sppointed did, not take place, but the executive of the teams held an Informal talk resulting jn '.Matt Carr. appearing on the field as referee. hitting of-each team, and at.Umes.th pitchers were at the of the bal ters nnmber of home runs wer scpred, and a hean drain was mad .on. the.local cigar manufacturer tha The attendance almost' gives a of goods for each completi half of the crowd being composed of Vancouver fans. There is bntjittle change in the. line-up from the lasi game. At the last moment Bones Allen got a Jiunch that he could plav and took the >Uce of Dot Phelan CITY BASEBALL LEAGUE STANDING Won Lost P..C. Indians Y M C A Sporting Goods .800 .333 circuit. Syfert pitched for Winnipeg in th afternoon and .Collins in the eveniug Kdmoqtbn .used up three pitchers in the.afternoon, but were unable to stop defeat. In the evening game Pieh was in the box and was wild at times, bu more by good luck than anything else Edmonton was able to nose out and win. Score, first game Winnipeg tidmontou game Edmonton Winnipeg 200 024 202 010 031 .120 000 200 CALGARY PUT OVER SEVEN WINS FOR WEEK Calgary, June Bronchos made it seven straight victories Tor the week's performance by annexing the Uvo games'Saturday from the Brandon Angels. The afternoon ..encounter w cinch for. the Bronchos, -who finished 91 ahead of their opponents Tho evening game was better In every .re- spect, the score ..'eiiulng- 5-2. Stand- ridge pitched strong "and steady and Had no trouble the visitors n the first game. 'O'Brien gave him brilliant support at short and was there with the goods at the bat. The Second Game H looked as If we were going to have a real old-fashioned pitcher's. battle for the first.few innings'of the second game. Manning jind Heinrich ere the opposing slabmen Hank went along for four Innings without ft ing our bojs to connect safely, while Ferdie only allowed, one hit in he same four innings.' But the Hvol: all was finally located; and when th urtafn fell eight .hits had been gath red by Calgary and 'nine by the An els, hut our hoys made better use t the swats, and converted int. runs the best that the An els could do get two tali BASEBALL TONIGHT The V M M C Indians are "scheduled for a. tilt at the paik this eiening t game will comomence at' t g t'p45 OVERSEAS TEAM PICKED FbR GAME The following team select ed to-represent the Over-Seas in their league fixture -against the Westmin- sters at the Baseball Grounds tomoi row evening, at 630 sharp and all plajers are urgently requested to the ground In _of time to ensure a-.punctual start. 1 Goal Collier, backs, Chisholm Some, halves Hageraton Davies JIartindale, forwards, McKaj, Chia wick Bembndge, Brennan, Voarn Resenes Mullen, Mathias AMERICAN Plnlidtlpliia fi 7 t Lhirago 8 12 i Plunk, Coombs and Tho- mas and Lapp Walsh and Sullivan. 1 oik 3 S 2 Detroit 2 10 0 n'arhop and Blair Don- ovan and Stanage. Uoston 343 We, eland 7 12 0 Batteries Closer and Nunamaker Gregg and Land. Boston .IS MEETJNG OF ATHLETES There will be hn athletic meeting tonight of the Y. ill. C. A. 'boys for the final try- .out io'aee who.will represent the "V" at the provincial athletic meet at Edmonton on July L Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA Moose Jaw Edmonton Jalgarjr. Winnipeg Brandon askatoou Won Lost. P. C 2G 26 23 21 9 12 13 12 IS 30 'J> "ii Won Lost P. C, hlcago York hiladelphia ittshurg t Louis nclnnatl oston' 33 83 31 >0 13 19 .21 J3 24 40 11 .574 .638 .463 .385 ,345 Won Lost P. C. OULINS PLAYED WHOLE GAME FOR MOOSE JAW ing, Thousands Of These Hats Free To Smokers of to Coronmtlon ire in colouit portrait! of our King >nd Queen, and no fintr Camivil or Hat cvtr bcr.n made All who Black Cigarettes htTt these hiti.- Get of ban and you be nori thin picMed with it It wit! the miration of all, and the ciuae of much pleuurn and amusemwt hit' costs you nothing, it Coronation present to imokcn of Slick Cat thiir children Show this hit to your fnendt they will quickly fet one Thece Wi fit every head, being midt with iprinf Hack bin Cal Coronation Hal. Free-a tcaattlnl lor lac It Black Cat 10 Moose lunc 17 The Robins a win on Saturday even- hen thej outplayed the Berrj Hickers In a fair margin Collins on the mound allowed only die hits no hases Fielding position f pulling off A double plav the last man uji, taking a'single from .MeAllen lie heeled and threw Bankoff out at second and Harper thren McAllen out at first, where McQiiarry had relieved in the last round Colling not content with tnis, hit two home runs in spectacular fasliipn, 'being directly responsible for four. runs. The Sas katoon pitcher, could not .evadev the willow of the home bunch the team, although playing a good brand were not fast enough. The score Saskatoon 010 100 2 Jaw 021 120 SHAMROCKS WON FROM CORNWALL Montreal .June lift ed themsehes out of the "no per cent class at Cornwall s expense here to daj, leaUng the factory twelVe to share the cellar -ooBition destined for the use of the 'won onp' clubs with Ottawa's representatives in the N. lj U The final score wafc 4 to 2 Cornwall lined up witu anofclier eran, -Francis Cummins, back on the team, while the Shamrocks adopted Opposite tactics, appearing ivithou Hogan and Orrillj, whosi places were taken bj joungsters ih( game was even all the way through both teams being fairly matched as conditloon Shamrocks notche( one on each quarter, -while scored m the first and second hut had the better of HOBS in the nets, while the joung homes were fairly Cleveland 8 Hall and Nuna- and Laiid'' achington-tSI Louis, no game wet, .grounds; Detroit 16 21 Chicago IT 16 Works. Uov- ll and Slanagc, White, Olnistcad, Walsh and Pavne No othpi games in Vmcrican schcd tiled today Cleveland 10 13 2 t Louis 7 13 4 and Land ;'Pow- 1, Hamilton anil Clarke. EASTERN Montreal 000 200 9 2 Providence.___.. 020 001 7 I Dubuc and Hardy, Ron dean 100 100 000 10 5 matched The plav through ;.was being only occa slonally b) dashes of speedy work The plajers observed the rules fairly well and there was little rough play and few Onlv a few spec ators vieu the game, although the weather was decidedly favorable Baseball Notes Manager Jack Dunn, of the Balti- more club, has placed "Cy" Seymour on the block It seems that fell and the' water cart ran over him. Pllcher Abies, who was tried out by the New York Highlanders, is ing beautiful for th, Oakland the. Pacific Coast.League Rumor has It that Joe O'Brien, form er president of the American Assocla-. tion, will be the next president of the National league, CRICKET London, Jun. 19 (Northampton beat Kent by Leicestershire and Sussex Lancashire Uloiicesjershlre ,hy 328 runs; Middle- tttit Yorkshire by nine wickets. ECUMSEHS PLAYED THE OFF THEIR FEET Toronto, June 19 ad ministered an unmerciful beating to the CamtalG Saturday, the hajf time score bcing'g lo.O Caps scored once In the third quarter and again in the fourth, but Querrle'i Jersey City Toronto Frill and Tonneman and Wells; Te sereau and Kocher (10 innings) Rochester S -010 Oltt I etroit hiladelphla New.. York Boston Chicago Cleveland Washington St. Ixtiiis 38 32 2B 20 16 11 IS 23 33 33 31 .631 .640 .542 .52! 52! .41: .37' .302 BALANCE OF DISTRICT LEAGUE BALL GAMES Manser.'and lid .McCarthy. Mitchell, JicGinnlt NORTHWESTERN A 2 5 ictona 8 11 and lew is Mai kell and 5 Vic'ona 3 and Shea Thom- as and ShiermanJ" s Portland 5 Spokanp 257 and Harris, Krait arid Osidick. Seattle Tacoma [Iiggins and Burns 6 t 7 and Shea AMERICAN ASSOCIATION braves, tallied.eleven1 more arid final ,score, was 19. to 2. the SHOW TEAM NOT IN IT The "Winning Miss'- opera company are ball players de punko. Theyvwero touted as of ability on the dia- mond but the mess they made on Saturday when they stacked up againsi a contingent, from the city league ex- ploded everything.. The locals ran off with the game by The local brigade lined up as fol- lows Gray, Seldenbecker, Moore, Raw, Cleveland, Davles, Tale, Parsons and Putnam. The ical Team 444 1 HI Winning Miss 000 02J i, Minneapolis Toledo .ouisvilic St. Paul Indianapolis Kansas City .Louisville Milwaukee .Cohimbus Milwatikrc Columbus SI Paul Indianapolis 5 a 7 (1 J 1 City l.ouisvillf, 1'oledn Milwaukee-Columbus, Met grounds, game The' district baseball league sched was recently revised to accommo date, .Raymond. .The following is a draft of games' yet .to be played the..revision made: JliNE 32 Cardston at Lethbridge Magrath JUNE 33 Rajmond ,jt Magrath Taber, JUNE 28 Ravmond at Tabcr Lethbridge. JULY 1 1 elhbndge at Ravmond Umpire Cardston 1 Magrath at Cardston Ra> monrt lULY 3 Lethbridge at Cardston Magra th 5 Ravmond at Lethbridge T abcr JULY 12 Taber al LcthbndgL mond JULY S f Mngrath al Ravmoml Cardston l JULY 11 Cardston at Rajmouci Kagrnth Lihcr at Raimond JUL1 21 Lethbridge 24 Lethbridge at Magrath laber QUEERRULING Archer Declared Out by One Umpire and Other Reverses Decision One of ttoe Decoration Day defeitl or tile Chicago Cubs may be wiped off the slate. If President Lynch sustains tho iiroteat iioginteied bj Jlaiianer ihanco, but that Is .too, much of an inieiialnt) to bank on protwt. occasioned by a mljup due part- to Jack Doyle'B unfiimllinrlty. with he playing rules and, jwrlly to an unwise tradition In the National o, concerning- ths bothersome. Infield fly. When the play came off, hean was on first -bane .and Archer t bat, with only one man out ill he eighth inning. .Neither.team hud. cored a ran up to that time. Archer alsed a soft boiled pop-fly to short nd did not run very fast'to first asc. Seeing Wagner tried to rap the fly and pull off a donble lay, but the ball bounded s6 badly nd uised up in time to (e't first, so that the only plaj mads as a. toss from 'Wagner to Miller. rcing Shean out. Doyle Make. Hl> Bl-Kik Umpire Dojle turned to first base, hero both Shean and Archer were anding, and declared Urcher out mm) objected that he was not out, etause there onlj a runner on rst when ho hit the fly. Doyle in- sted and declaied that Wagner's uff intentional, and consequent, the hattei out Whereupon rcher started for the Cub bench, lore had been some kicking before is and Zimmerman had been put t of the game consequently It was for a Cub to protest against decision at that stage with anj de ee of impetuosity as the umpires ire likely to bench anybody At this point Umpire Klein walked into the diamond and Informed Doyle that his decision was wrong He pro- ceeded to reverse it, declaring Shean out That was all propel, of course It was, Klein s decision anynaj. as the Plate umpire has the saj on flj balls including infield flies V. agner had recovered the ball and ran up to first base line, tagging Archer, reaming to first base utter bearing Klein reverse the decision Wheraup on Kiern declared Archei o it, too, and .hat made the side out It makes no difference to saj that Archer prob ibly would not hai e scored anyway, Richie was next at bat, anything is iahlc to happen in base ball and lick might have given the Cubs a run there In their'half the Pirates :ounted1 the'one tally bj vihich tho game was decided: Klem Puts It on Lynph It surelj seemed an injustice to de- lare a. plajer out for leaving a base, because he had bten erroneously de- lared out bj an umpire who did nor nderstand the rules AfUr the gajne Clem said in Doyle's that had been Instructed by Pretldent ..ynch to make just that decision, on he ground that the ball player ought o know the to when le umpire was wrong Hence the unner should stick to his hue in lich cases until the mistake was rec- fied and the proper man daclarvd nt Klem said the Identical laj had come up fn a PltUknrg-Bos- ..on game a few days before, and that he had allowed the runner to return to first base after, being touched For this, Klem said he was called down bj the Pittsburg players and later by Mr who instructed him as' to future decisions. Under that way of looking at things plaver might stand on a base and wrangle with an umpire Indefinite ly, claiming the decision was wrong and the umpire did not know tne ules Nor would the umpire be jus- tified In ordeifng such a plajer out of the game, since he would be liable to be declared safe by the other um- pire, and then declared out for ng his base: WhM you tonic far baildinf ap darinf coaral. Mk yaar Wine Spirit ;