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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta JTHE LETHBRIDGF DAILY HERALD 1911. BIG PRICE FOR LACROSSE PLAYER K r >T: v: _ t S-P-O-R-TS kj A vy iv i kj DISTRICT FOOTBALL TONIOfT 6Jfl J INDIANS WON FAST ANDJLOSE GAME the of 5-4 Baseball Fixture at the Park Last Night; Indians' Sixth Victory Good Pitching arid Fielding The Cardston-Lethbridge- game of Coronation Day went down on the lo- cal records as the premier game'of all amateur performances at the Ath- letic.Park. In fact it was .equal in every way to anything of a professlon- il character seen thwe.' It was a keen contest but it had very little on the tilt .of last evening between the Maroons and the Indians in which the latter, carried1 the day and made it their sixth win of the season. The concluded 54, and the gfime went the full route of nine rounds, j Not a very great crowd was present, though everyone anticipated that the game would be a good one. Probablj the tear-shedding aspect of the clouds kept many away. However, those who were on deck had nothing but favor- able comment to pass on the exhibi Trigger and Trap letting anything get away from him niglit. He was after this one like a house afire. He grabbed it with a mighty leap and a rush, elec- trifying the crowd-and standing the .Marooiis on their heads as it were. Getting mcu on the bases, to the infield and players getting caught between the bases and run down to their doom were many times features worthy of credit. They were plars n which the proverbial bonehead j work was possible, but there was noth ug doing in that line. They played j he game according to the book and) showed their speed and cleverness the while. Evans, holding down short for the Indians, was the consistent sticker of the game, getting away, with three j bingles, while Shorty Gray in thp same position on the opposing line-up did the heavy clouting. Shorty first Carpenter, c f like a clgaK and had lots of vas In the Box Seideubeeker, 3d Evans; s s Lepper, 3d b Nicholson, 1st. b Nichols, 1 f Green, c f Tenninss, r f Davies. c fate, p A. N. Nlcol .Wlm'Oliver Gold Button In the final (toot for the Oliver Cup A. 11. Nlcol won out. This was a handicap shoot and con- sisted of four races of.twentr-r.lv birds each. Some very fine shooting was dono by J. C. Livingstone and A. H. Stafford who were scratch men. Sach broke 03 out of a possible 100 birds. The following score shows the num- of birds allowed and the number broken In the competition of 100 birds Birds Birds allowed, broken. J. C. Livingstone A. B. Stafford J. W. Stafford K. D. Johnson U. Livingstone H. J. Skelth R. Agnew 0 0 14 IB IS 25 34 37 49 93 9J 97 92 90 93 A. H. Nicol...... 37 H. McMillan 49 92 In the Gold Button competition J.C. -living-stone again was high gun with a perfect score of 25 birds, A. B. Staf- ord and J. Stafford tying for sec- >nd place with 24 each. The following sqore shows the final core in the Oliver. Cup and the regu- score In the Gold Button event; MERE BAG OFSHELLS Star Wesminster Lacrosse Player Offenftl to go East Vancouver, June Sprang, the New Weitmlnater home lacrosie been offered to flnlih the HI- from Fred Thompson, man- ager of the Torontos. Spring has not decided to accept. Games in the Big Leagues rNlehols making his leniatlonal atal of: Pulley's line drive. tion of skill displayed by both teams Last evenings win gave the Redmen a still firmer grasp of the Laird Mug which when won will be.an emblem of the city league championship. They have: won six and lost b.ut one am have a percentage of S57; while .the Maroons follow with t.hree wins .am five losses, having a percentage .375 The schedule Is more than hall through, each club having about fivo more games to play. The.curtain is Elated to be rung down July 24th. There are a few postponed matches, but there Is little Hklihqod of these "being played before toe season-.closes. The city league is in flourishing ren- dition and if the bn the icbedule brings the out ds as the first, this will be a ban ner year for amateur ball.. the boys continue to play after the calibre of last night's game, even, greater 'sue cess will undoubtedly be experienced. .The clais of ball Is certainly on ".the and the spectators who the contest last evening- were mighty pleased with the imprd- .vements apparent. It was so'mewhat icrf. a pitchers battle, Tate and Mey- time up met the ball on the beak fair and fufl and in the sixth repeated the same thing for a double bringing in :wo men. He was about the only one who opposed Tate that seemed. to have him solved. How Runs Were Scored Maroons at bat first. They went out in one, two, three order. Indians their turn scored two. Bingles bj Seidenbecker and Lenper, and a dou- ble by Nicholson scored the runs. The Maroons tied.it in the second. A hit by Pulley and a wild lieave to first by Tate to retire Green let Pul- ley in. Gray singled and brought Green home. The Indians failed in their half: In the third the Maroons draw blank, -while a hit by Evans, a sacri- fice by Lepper and an error on third gave the Indians another tally. The fourth saw.the Maroons retired in .quick succession but the Indians made another score on a single by and Da-vies and a steal: home, while Pulley threw to catch Tate pil- tering second, previous- ly been retired, Tate setting on fay being hit Green the run. The Maroons did nothing in the neither did the Indians. The ..3 ..4 r f Rau, 2nd b P.ulley, c ...........2 Green, 1st b -----....4 Kinnear, 3rd b......4 Gray, s s ..........4 Home, 1 f ..........3 Meyers, p ......-----4 Devine, r f .........1 34 5 11 27 13 AB R H PO A .50 1 001 000 0 0025 15 1 11 0 4 34 4 5 24 19 3 Score by innings: Indians..........201; 101, Maroons...........020, Summary: Two base hits, Seid becker, Nicholson, Tate, Gray; ea ed runs, Indians 3, Maroons 2; base balls, off Tate 2, off Meyers -1; stru out, by Tate 6, by Meyer's 5; left bases, Indians 10, Maroons 7; fi base on errors, Indians Maroons J hit. by pitcher, Nicholson, Tate Da- passed-ball Pulley 1; stolen bai es, Lepper.2, Nicholson, Nichols, Tat Gray; .sacrifice hit -epper, Robsou. Umpire, Culbertson. A. B. Stafford .1. C., Livingstone J. W. Stafford R. Livingstone K. D. Johnson A. H. Nicol H. J. Skelth P. B. Agnew Ross Lethbridge H. McMillan Oliver Cup and Regular. Extra. 23 23 21 20 20 23 16 15 14 Total 48 4S 47 40 40 40 37 35 39 28 Half doien gr more Injuna and Maroons were run to death between )e baiea era opposing each other on the fir- ing line. They were 'both there wi! lots of stuff. .Tate allowed but five bingles off his assortment, Meyers gave away eleven, but they were so well scattered that Tale's apparent superiority was lessened to a mlnt- mum. i The game had Its thrills too. Nich- ols' tarmyspearlng of Pulley's scream- Jng smash In the seventh, which threatened to. tie the score was the stellar ptoce of work of the evening. Pulley Is in the habit of cracking Ihe pellet to the left, Nichols knew it ana laid for him good and deep. But al that the terceof Pulley's smash made the Indian left garden tender break ground at a lightening pace. It was jnore of s drive than a fly and a label "good for the whole route" wai attached thereto with the pro- jnlw U It gets by. Nichols was not tier were dangerously close to tbe coring department, -however. Lep- er and Nicholson got on, worked a ouble steal, -but their hopes were asted by the superb work of Meyers this pinch. He struck bolh Nichols and Green out, retiring the side. The sixth was the rallying session for the Maroons. They scored two, making it 4-4. Pulley walked, Green singled and stole. Kinnear grounded- to Tate and Pulley waa caught be- tween home and third. Then Gray came through with a beantifuj clout for two bags, scoring Green and Kinnear tying the score. The In- dians pulled into the lead In their half of the sixth. Jennings singled. Davies was hit by pitcher. becker safe on error. Ball was thrown [roni third to first and got by the in- itial striking. Clarke, Indian coacher off first. Jennings scored on the play. Davies' attempled CITY LEAGUE STANDING Maroons................. 3 Y. M. C. A.........___... 1 p.c. .857 .375 .200 WOL6A8TS IN BATTLE Champion of Frlico and Bro- ther at Muikegon to score on .block ball but it was not allowed and he was called out. The side was retired when Lepper hit to short and Seidenbecker was caught between second and third. The seventh, eighth and ninth were a fitting finish to a superior game of aall, neither side scoring. It was air tighl playing and ended 5-4 with the Indians up. Cadillac, Mich., June. 26 There will be two Wolgaels ibatlling for prize ring fame on July 4. Champion Ad Wolgaat is defending his title against Owen Morali at San Francisco, Johnny, his younger brother, will be try- ing to knock out young Geo. Anderson in a si.vrpund con- test at Muskcgon. They will fight at 105 pounds. These scores show some fine shoot- ng on the part of Nicol, Skeilhiand McMillan as this is their first year at the traps. A week from Friday the big Tourna- nent commences .and. there is going to be the biggest shooting event ever pulled off in Southern 'Alberta FIRST DISTRICT FOOT- BALL GAME TONIGHT 1 The first District League football game will take place this evening at 6.30 at the Athletic Park. The Leth-, bridge Rangers and Leth- bridge Rovers will come to. gether and an excellent game is expected. PINCHER CREEK TO CELEBRATE ON 1ST WESTMINSTER CLUB NOTICE All members of the Westminster Football Club' are' requested to turn out to practice Wednesday at 715 sharp. The team Co to Blalrmore on Saturday will be'fcelected important business will be considered which, requires a -full attendance of the members 8 O E FOOTBALL CLUB r JH- A practice game is called for Wed- nesday at the Barracks. Players and supporters are partiQularly requested turn out. This is very, important. The following will represent the Sons In their postponed game with he 0. S.: Pearson backs; Clarke, Faunch, Heath- Tield, Gurr, Re-> Walker. PIncher Creek, June is going to be .something doing here In the shape of sports on Dominion Day and the day previous. Posters are now out announcing a polo tourna ment at the polo grounds here on Fri- day, 30, and Saturday, July 1. Teams are to be here from Macleod, North Fork, which with the .home team-will- compete for theiPincher Creek, and Henderson Cups. NATIONAL 300 110 li Boston 000 000 5 Alexander and Voiau, Ferguioi Drown and Kllng. Plttsburg 002 001 000 8 Cincinnati 003 000 000 10 Adams, Steele. and Gibson; Von smith, McQuillan and McLean. Brooklyn vi :New Vork, wet ground Chicago vs St.-Louis, no game, we grounds AMERICAN Chicago 120 000 8 1 Detroit 001 000 12 young, Olmslcad and Sulli. Summers, and Slanage. Boston 000 002 5 1 Philadelphia... 0.00 200 8 1 Clcolle, .Karger" and Nunamakcr; Krause and Thomas New'York...... 100 Oil 10 2 000 010 12 3 Fisher and Sweeney; Groome, Shei ry.and Street. Cleveland, vs St. Louis, no game wet groundi. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Louisville Minneapolis, no game aln 'oledo 000 010 13 2 St Paul 001 400 II 1 Paige, Ylngling and Carisch; Lerov O'Toole and Kelly. Second, 'oledo 000 010 6 2 000 000 4 2 Carisch; Leroy anfl Sptelallttt In CHEMICAL DRY GLEAMING 712 Ird Ave. Strict to out of town Standing of Clubs Today -lalgary loose Jaw idmonton Vinnlpeg askatoon Brandon WESTERN CANADA Won -Lott t. C.- 29 31 26 27 12 ''12 13 15 It 21 31 86 .690 .878. .551 .J67- .255 .York 'hitadelphia ittsburg Louis inelnnatl rooklyn OBtOh NATIONAL 35 33 32 28 21 14 23 23 33 as 26 33 .610 .603 .552 459 368 237 JUNIORS WANT A GAME Sporting Editor .Herald: the Lelhbridge junior Rovers, hereby chal-' lenge any football team la' the city under the- average age of 17 years, to a game at any time or place JAS; MacDONAi> Secretary, care 'of Ne "i. Western Canada League Games MOOSE JAW WON FROM WINNIPEG Crisis In Maroon Club Affairs Ap- Mult Be Paid' Winnipeg, June thi rouble belween the Winnipeg base all club and the players n acute stage, the game with Moose aw was played last night Manager Eddie Tavlor will hold i onference with Business Manage] this afternoon and unless all sal rles are paid and the plajers sal's ed he will be forced 16 resign, as he :ated yesterday afternoon. Eddie laims thai under present conditions e cannot hold the plavers and, tna would be foll> to evpect good i ork tit of them with their .salaries BO uch in arrears The manage-nent robably.has not realized hdw, rar'Yin le matter is, but judging by the sen- menl of the players there will have some tall hustling this afteinoon r Winnipeg will be without a ball ub tomorrow The Game Remarkable pitching bj Dunn en )lod the Moose Jaw team to take he first game of the. present series om Ihe Maroons lasl night by the of 3 to 2 in windy weather. The locals gathered In only one lilt iring the nine rounds of play, a two- Bger by Isbell scoring Taylor In the urth. A little wildness .by Syfert' and Lockwood's and Hartman'i timely Th. Scotch Whulwy your B. 0, ROBLIN, CANADIAN ASENT, TORONTO. clouting was responsible for the Rw In's runs President .Eckstorm watched th same from the stand and saw Bil .Morrow, make a good Job In his Hrsi trial at umpiring. The score: Moose Jaw.......... 001 000 Winnipeg............ 000 100 Summary: Two-base hit, Isbell: 3 base hit, Fournier stolen base, Tay lor; sacrifice hit, Hartman; bases on balls, off Syfert 1, off Dunn 5; struck out, by Dunn by Syfert 5; hit "by pitched ballSy by Syfert 2 double play Taylor to Krueger left on bases. Win nipeg 5; Moose Jaw 2. EDMONTON LOST TO CALGARY IN FIRST INNINGS Edmonton, June won the game in the first Innings, when they scored three "runs on Iwo walks and a three-bagger by Strleb. The rest of Ihe game was closer, Calgary idding two more and Edmonton se- curing three. Standridge. was In tho boi for the Bronchos and pitched fair ball. Catcher Slight was the star r former with the bat for Edmonton, hitting out a 'triple and a double. SASKATOON PUT IT OVER BRANDON IN CLOSE GAME Brandon, June waa wild this evening and Ryan waa not. very effective, and Saskatoon copped he first game of the series by a score of 5 to 4. The visitors hit at oppor- line times throughout the game. The ieldinn of both teams wai sharp but he game was not very'well attended s the weather was cold. The score: Jrandon 001 OH askntoon 202 Helnrlen and Cuater, Miller t. Paul Baskette and pencer. olumbus 'ansas City Berger and araes. Second. olumbus 010 000 000 000 121 100 Maddox 2 0 7 1 and Kansas City. Packard and O'Connor. Indianapolis Milwaukee 100 000 10IH-2 Rapp; Powell 010 002 000 023 3 6. and etroit Vork hicago J oston veland Washington St. Louis AMERICAN 43 39 35 I 30 20 16 21 23 25 29 37 .40 45 .677 .950 609 .045 .517 422 .333 .262 HE OPENS FIRE ON "THE MAN BEHIND" Linke and Bitter, Doughert) .and Marshall. Rochester Baltimore EASTERN 100 021 11 010 000 6 Called in the eighth to calch train. McConnel Egan. Toronto Providence McOinley Bedient and Peterson and Mitchell, Vlckera and 000 016 9 0 000 020 7 2 and PJlelps, Maroney, St. Thomas Brantford London Berlin, game- London Berlin CANADIAN 4 7 7 10 7 10 4 13 At the White Sox park a loud ed announcer, with a megaphone, tells the .fans who the batteries for Ihe day are This beals Ihe dulrel tones of an un megaphoned umpire Lethbndtre Alta, 26th '11. The Sporting Editor, t Daily Herald. In reading the report on the -Callles .vs. S. 0. E. football game it your is- sue of Saturday's .dale. like say a few regard lo this repoit I happened ta be a, spectator at. this game and. me as a very unfair report for- any reporter to make. I don't know -who he Is nd I dop t think I would care to much The blame ot tlie whole thing seems to be laid .aiaipet the Calljea and this is where the unfairness com- es In..., It waa Lee who'ran after Page In a fighting attitude and U could not be expected that the latter player should run awai Both men were la .he wrong, and both lut off theVfield. It this iamo Lee lhat caused the- trouble- In the 5. 0. E.- vs.. Oversea! rKame' and iix :bi8 instance he refused to field when requested :to. do'so by he referee. Do you think that vlsi- ors to our city read those 5 to see the oi them'' I think It 19 up to the nuaC) 3 (behind or in front to' at t'leaat jive 1 [a fair and true .report on .any gaine he may have Ihe. privilege 16 report upon. Now I believe' in giving honor where honor Is due, but not OIIAA this season when the S. 0. E. and. Cailles have met has he acknowledged that tha latter is the better .team. I shall esteem it a favor if }on can find space in jour valuable paper for the above. Thanking >ou in anticipation, FAIR PLAT. Old Smuggler 'Distinguishing Features; Great Body and Age Made in the Glenhvet District of Distillena in Scotland, from the fineit of Scotch Barley. DIRECT FROM Distillery Co. can litd from C C PACNUELO WINE SMUT COT, JtltHi far rtfm'tnt ;