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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TOE LETHBRIxJGE DAILY HERALD Tueodny, June I BIG TIME AT THE TRAPS THURS. S-POR-T-S WESMIOT K OVERSEAS 6.K INDIANS PLAYED SNAPPY AND AGGRESSIVE BALL YjM. C A. Easy Victims tate Pitched in Big League Style for the Winners but Allowed Number Passes-Score 12-2 t Baseballteally- speaking; it was r game man most that haie tmk- place on the local ball diamond J thin spring, and while the during p the rounds was-somewhat" fur- the funs were treated to a very r fair line of amateur ball Three hits :them of the scratch variety, all ,that the Y.'s could collect of Tftte's benders, and to. 'attributed their' 12 to 2 defeat. On, the other hand "the" terrible whoop ven- Jdori (ore off ten that wont for safe ones from "Christie's and McMillan's and: six- of" them were Punched In the third and fotntlx Blossoming forth into eight runs The was marred towards the last by the wind, but ia one lit- I tie feature that could b6 cut out with" detracting any from the fun from J the spectators' standpoint, and that1S I babit of delajmg the proceedings I by throwing the pill around iiicliscrim f during the game It is bueh league stuff, and it lodkst the part The fans won't kick if it is relegated to the bone heap, and it might incf dentally help some tow ards getting the games finished before the twilight In too The game had some features which Were a little out of the ordinary for ball. Not an extra base hit j gathered in during the. whole upasm. Three snappy double plays executed in the most generall) -approved manner, and tbere'wassome real snappy: .base running. The Y. J bunch, pulled off two of the and thus showed that they were the goods when they got going right Etoldenbecker uud "Hughie Jenning? perpetrated the other Tor the In dians In the last, and put a damper on the attempts of the V's to shove _ across the ptn Both pitchers were in the chanty business last night and issued a gen lot of free transportation. Tate handed out eight, SlcKenzie's in the and a passed ball. The Y's evened up in thiid on McKenzIes rets and a safe one by Brnndow. The Apaches then went to tl-0 bal tie arid with four three steak- passed.ball, succeeded In rinj iug the bell four times. In the next spasm, after they had disposed of (he Y's, they, repeated the dose, although they were given aid in the'way pf a couple of bunglos IM BrandpV and Armstrong." They had the this point, bit af- ter Yfs. another in the sixL'i on a fielder's choice, and a'wtde hj Moore, which got past Noted American Athletes Off to England PURSE OF Offered For the Fight Be- tween Carl-Morrli and Jim riynn Okla., June Skiatook, town of pop illation In the north end of Tulsa county, todaj made a, bid of for tlie Morris- Flynn boxing contest on July 4 The offer las made to Frank B Ufer, promoter of the content, bj C. II Cleve- land, bankpr, and former County Commissioner, who said the monej could easily be raised. The offer was re- fused; BILLY ALLEN AND LADDER Games in the Big Leagues A OKI SHOUt tALE TWO representatives of Yale Athlet. le. team who are sailing for London, where, with a picked team of Harvard men, they will meet the combined Cambridge-Oxford' teams in a track meet early in Jujy. Pitying to the grind hin to'the playen. third being responsible for the Y'a first score. The Y alabsters alio is- live, but only one was cashed the pan In the second Tate jot himself into the basement bv hitting In the third and fourth the Indians er, they came back in the seventh with two more counters. They were fruits of a walk to Green, two iteals by the same party, a hit b.v Tin nihgs and a fielder's choice on which Davies.got a life Their period prosperity was cut short when Par- sons popped to Piton and'.Davles was doubled off first The Indians added one for food to-complete the dozen, in the eighth Tate got around to thirl on a hit, and a walk, coming home on a fielder's choice Detailed score T M. 0 A. Piton, ss McKenzie, 1st b Nichols, If Brandow, ic Stewart, cf 2d b ...3 1 0 0 1 0- Wrlgglesworth, 3d b 4 0 Chrijjtie, p......2 0 McMillan, p ........1 0 Scrimes, r f u AB.H H PO A E 500310 .311800 1 0 1 6 0 1 2 Indians Seidenbecker, 3b -Moore, ,s E Evans, Ist-b Green, c Nichols, If Jennings, 2nd b Davies, c Parsons, r f Tate, p 28 2 3 24 13 AB H H PO A E ..3 S 2 4 3 A 2'' .4 4 .4 ...4 3 Stewart stole second and took one on Ills think factor} for the robberj He racoiered, and purloined third on a, slow return by Davles to the pitcher's and Armstrong roosted on sec- ond Jt looked bad, with two on and none down, but Tate tightened up and whiffed the neit three in succession. Besides outhittlng the Y. II. C A, the Indians had if on them in snappi baserunnlng They took ail kinds of chanies, and scored on the least bit of slow play. In fact thev plajed the aggressive ball, that la bound to win games, and had only four left on bases to the 1 's nine. This thing of getting on the paths in baseball and then cash ing In at the plate Is the kind of thing the fans will go out to see, ana .had .the required ginger :last night to put up Just this br.iud of ball Seldenbecker made the circuit in ..the.flrst on at third, a steal 31 12 10 27 13 c. Score by innings- Indians ..104, 400, v M C A.....Ml, 001, runs, Indians 2, bases on bails, off Tate off Chris- tie 4, off McMillan 1, struck out, bv 9, by Christie 5, left on bases Indians- 4, Y. M C A 9, first on ei- rors, Indians 3, Y ji C A 3; double plajs, Christie to Armstrong to Mo- Piton to JIcKeniie, Seiden- becker to'Jennings, passed ball, Bran- J Umpire, Culbertton CORONATION DAY SHOOTING Much Ado at the Traps Thursday Morning At- tractive Events Magrath Cup Contest and Others-ProfessionajsJFrom, Outside Coming The regular shoot of the Gun Club will be held Thursday morning at 9 30, instead of Wednesday evening The officers have made airangements for a good morning's thoot and expect a large turnout The public aie welcome and wilj finds Iota ot seats and will see some classy shooting The first event will be the regular gold, button competition of twenty- five birds. The scores In this event will'also apply on the Oliver Cup competition The Oliver Cup competition is a handicap event'and this be the third shoot for this tropny The second event wll be a twenty-five bird race and the score made iu this event, together with the first event Mill make up the score for the spoons presented by the president for A. and B classes The third event will be a fifty bird race for the Magrath Cup, valued at J5000 Fifty cents entrance will be charged "and the handicaps arranged on he grounds. This to all members of the gun club and every member viil have a chancelto .-win Extra events will be nut on if there is any time and every member should be on a good shoot is promised The big tournament will be held July 7th and Sth and it is going to be a bigger affair than ever, There will be at least five professional shooters heie, Ih'p men from B C, ten from Calgary and there should be twenty more from the lorth and south It is up to evers member of the Alberta Gun Club to ielp make this tournament the best shooting held in Alberta To do this every member should get in shape, so he can shoot through his tournament aod bj doing so help make the outsiders feol that there, is real live gun1 Get out and 'boost, and don't let the bther'fei- ow do your share of making your sport successful for you The least you an do and the best >ou can do will help Get out and shoot [out the ball, you were looking at the j Eskimos standing on their heads, and 5011 were not doing that you werB_ watching either Cyrus Pyrus "the flinger, or Deacon White the manager, In the entrancing and sidesplitting act of-talking to themsehes or things to then friends, either of which nas worth the entire pi ice of admission at the very least calcula tion. Score by Innings Edmonton Calgary ,..'........oil 242 AMEHICXN York 8 1 Boston 7 1 Bjttenei, Qumn and Swccnej Wood.and Nimamaker. Detroit 10 0 Chicago 12 a Batteries Wilirtt and SLinagc Young, Maker and Block. Louisyillc-Kniisas .City, not scheduled Philadelphia Washington Batlcneb Krause and Thomas Johnson and Street NATIONAL St Louis Cleioland game not sched- uled Pill.hu.rg Brooklyn 3 3 Uattenes Tielieid and Gibson Schardt and -Bergen, Xo ottier games in Jxational Western Canada, League Games to OlflMlCAI. MV CLCANINO tot M An. fcl llli fttef fn EX-TWILIGHT MEN DOING WELL The reeeords of the battlni aver- ages to date in tbe Northwestern Lea- Wee show that the ex-Twilight Lea gue men are clouting the ball at a lively clip. Zlnmereman, who plav- wlth Lethbrldge last jear Is batting at a SIS clip, and Bucs, who was With Lethbrldge In 1907, is hitting at the same rate .These along wilh Householder, of Victoria, arc tied for seventh place. Muadorfr, of Port- land, la at present leading ulth a per. centate of Mi, and Is followed by Swain, of Vancouver, who is hlttlnu .357. Pete Morse, ot TaconiK, Is baiting 8J5, and. SASKATOON AND THE PEG ONE APIECE Saskatoon, Sask., June 1 oon and the Winnipeg Maroons brok. in today's double the Maroons taking the first game by the score of 3 to 2, and the Berry 'Pick ere taking their revenge in the even Ing by 4 to 1 The afternoon fame waa remarkable for the mialllr ot the ball served up by both teams, It being- easily the cleanest and beef seen In local games this year. The evening game was not eo clean as the first, but was a classy exhibition Glass was In the box. for the Maroons 'in the afternoon, and Pennybaker for Saskatoon, while In the evening game Ray and Sheridan were the twlrlers respectively and both did excellent mork Murphy on hie Initial' appearance as an oflcial umpire acquitted himself splendidly -.nd is easily the beet urn Bkevh, tbe bas an average of 235 Kipoerl, who also Ith Lethbrldge In Is hitting well, bavlof u average i pi re seen hero thin by Innlnai IVInnlucg 000 Saskatoon Second O Winnipeg Saakatoon uOO 002 000 Mi 1M 4 JAW BEAT BRANDON 'Moose Jaw, June Jaw started the series by-, beating Brandon decisively. The score is as follows. Brandon 004 000 4 Moose Jaw .-...002 020 Thelan and. Kossuth Glister; Naverson and Fournier. plre, Morrison. 9 '3 snd Urn LONGENECKER COMING BACK Former Twilight League Umpire Writes Pres. Eckstorm Cieorge Longeneckct, who officiated as umpire in the Western Canada League last season nnd who gamed a [Minneapolis, berth in the Northwestern this sum-1 Toledo mer, has wnttcn President Eckstorm ior a job, and his application is hem lavorablj considered Longcnecke will be submitted terms immediate! and if agiLcablc there will be a spat umpire for emergency cases in th league and tho double sjsteni will b n practice at critical games as fa as possible, longencckcr in Ins letter to Mr Eckstorm, complain', of t'hc hart slate 01 affairs in the Northwestern JIK he askrd ior his release Spn lane advice savs he was due to be et out failing to giVp action. He gamed the confidence of Western Canada League clubs last season as a capable and official, hut he credited with a severe weakness is rated aslca ".homer If Longc- leckrr is engaged in this league he vlill commence his duties with some strong advice irom the president in tins1 and will lie closely watched EASTERN Toronto a Jcrscv Citv 8 and Phelps, Kissm- gci, Butler and Wells Montreal 9 a Providence li 5 and Burke and Roth Sline, Burick, poyle and Ron- deau BllRalo 7 3 Baltimore 12 2 B-itteries-Comdon and Killifer., Atkins and Vickeis and Egan 2 Rochester-Newark, rio 111ml game sched- JOKE GAME OF SEASON AT CALGARY YESTERDAY Calgan, lime game was the .wierdcst !tnia sea- son Edmonton went up in the air eaily in the contest arid gave more exhibitions of stupid plays than any scorer co.uld do justice to.' Skillman started in to pitch, but he gether too merry for any such pro- saic In work and was taken out after he had walked a couple of men Pleh relieved him and pitched until the players hid thrown- the ;ame awaj by bum plsjlng Calgary made three injrapUl succession in tho venth Innlnj, first, by Chick with hree oli followed by horn- rs( hy atrelb and Fla'pnagan. Bren an got His splK in the sixth In- Ing end Ml to retire It for all the world like mgcd circus, and weeiyyou weren't atchlnf clout MANAGER CHANCE OPTIMISTIC Ilevtjrses don't effect Manager Frank Chance, ot the Cubs He says "If I had my regular club in there I count the race won. Had my pitchers been good a ffw weeks ago we would have heen there now. Af- ter the twlrlers started to get In nas forced out of the same .Tinker was suspended Hoff- man was injured, and now I am in but shape to play Still we are winning. .What voiild we do If Evers second, and exervone else m tip lop shape I am not irj- ing to flatter myself, but I have seon the teams now, and honestly can. that 1 have nllll the best team. I intend to it before the season is over." AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 13 6 '4 11 St .Paul Indianapolis Milwaukee Columbus CANADIAN Guelph Brantford. Hamilton Berlin London St.: Thomas 10 1 To Box for the Canadian Lightweight Title at Winnipeg Winnipeg, June Atten, the gieat Canadian boxer who makes, his professional debut here on ouation Day when he meets Btllj- Lauder of Medicine Hat, in ,a fifteen- round bout at the Horse Show am- phitheatre, to determine who real Canadian eight champion, is undoubtedly one of the greatest eiponenta of the fistic game in Am- erica today. To win a genuine decision over Attell and to draw with ana after- wards defeat the real Brown, of New York, stamps Alton as a boxer of the flret .olaaeY Writing editorially of Altent flfbt with Attell, which took place In Syra- cuse, on January J3, 1911. Henry (ioodman, a recognised authority in American ring circles, gore Alien a margin of 18 points on Ike 10 min- utes of actual flghtlaf. QcodsuD] further statae that Attell wu Dot stalling, but was flghtlnf every Inch that he knew The lerenlb, elfbth. and tenth rounds of 'toil flffct vero decldeMj Allen's, and Goodman stat- ed that the Canadian Attell warmest experience; he had ever liad in tbe ring during thoss rounds Allen opened Flaaatean'e stadium In Toronto on Mai J3, winning- a ne'wi paper decision over Pat Oroulllard, and then boxed a return engagement on Maj S3, against Joe BrooksL_of London, England, an Importation ot Tom O'Rourke's Allen also got the newspaper verdict in this bout. The Toronto newipaper com.-nents on Allen s work were lavish in their praise of tbo Ottawa boy. They stat- ed that his marvellous boxing made that of the other, contestantajln tbe tournament look rfie wtirk of novices, and the fellows, were as good as'thej ete In To- ronto at that ART EDMUNDS AND BdOWN Local Offtred Bout With. Knockout Individual by 1 New York Club Toronto, June 19 Artie has been offered k a boutAfcefore tho Sharkey A C of New fork with K. U Brown The nwnafenem wired him that if he could make 133 pounds, ringside, and boxer replied that he could weigh In at 122. Ed- munds is a grent favorite .In New York. CUBAN PLAYER From the Connecticut League Signed by New Britain, Conn, June ale of 10 2 and Third Baseman Almeida, of tho I New Britain team >of the Connecticut League, to the Cincinnati Nationals, announced today. The .price Is said to be Standing of Clubs Today WESTERN CANADA vioose Jaw -algarv Winnipeg Saskatoon Irandon KLING FOR CAPTAIN Pittsbtirg, June' Kllng, former Chtawo catcher, wai appoint- ed captiln of the noston 'Nationale Icitiy by President Russell Man Tenner. NATIONAL Won Lost P Chicago 33 19 New York 33 21 PblhidelphU 31 S3 rituburg 28 23 St. Louie 28 24 Cincinnati 26 29 Brooklyn 20 32 Boston 13 40 'il 674 .531 .463 385 IK PAL MOORE MATCHED Milwaukee, Wis 'June Graves, of Milwaukee, ''was today matched to box nix 'founds with Pat Moore, of Philadelphia, on June 26, at Boston I UHLAN GETS WORKOUT Cleveland, Ohio, June champion trotter, of tbe world, hitched to a matinee wagon this af- ternoon for the first time this season, aid trotted fhemile heats on I he North Randall track, beet time being 2 Detroit" Philadelphia New-'York Boston Jhlcsgo JJereland Washington it Louie AMERICAN Won Lost P 38 a: 28 28 29 13 20 18 17 II fi 25 23 33 33 31 .691 .640 .1142 .528 .521 .411 .377 Apneanwcee to the conlrnrj, Clarke Griffith. HJ. the Pkllllei are a sec- tnm> Good v_ Dealers Gladly Srll You BLACK WHITE ;