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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta FrMny, Mairli 3, lf)ll. 1 ALL-AMERICANS BEAT ALL-NATIONALS NINE FATE OF W. C. L TO BE DECIDED TOMORROW THEY WILL BE MUCH THE SAME AS BEFORE ANOTHER LARGE C AT THE Y.M.C.A. S National and American League Teams Will Enter! Performers More Entertaining Than Ever-Some'lade Winter Baseball "TO BE OR NOT TO BE; THAT fS Tl 1911 Pennant Race With Almost Identical Line-ups of Last Year Stunts Were Enacted - Hanging Clown and Skinning Snake Features A glance at the roster of the Am-, are also Wlllet and Summers, but the; Both the gallerv and the seats of lat^.r did not show good form last y m.C A. gymnasium were aea^n shows that few charges have been  ^^^^ Boston Red Sox h-avo several'fi"?"! people witnessing the sor- made for the coming season. Prac-1 goQ^ twirlers, who sliould help to ' oud aiui last production ol the and oj;lv Sjrk'us. It was ideatiCil Washiugion ' ^^'i''' '"'^'^^ \\M\ a few new fr.i-tures added, but was more perfri'llv acted, having a frtiish to it that is only acquired through cxperuMice. The hanginii; of the clown was one of the new arts and pro(iuCfd .i rel of fun. It occurred thiisly : Kui-;-masLer Mackcniie announced the mis-hehaMour ot said clown, wl'.ose system Kas arfected with a /!irtiii;hf of poinilar entluis-i.sm-h.v lilliiiK one of Will Otey's : j.eedy o-i s inio the elonrLs and sciul-ing it f :r over let'; fir-Kl feiU'e. Then !:o trotted around tliroe enipiy bases. !n a few minutes i'i.vi.er Chirke, of i'rui'ideiice, son: the ."l here in the .-aiue diiee^ion and nearly the s.inie Whether We Will Have Professional Baseball Here This Season or Not - To be Decided Tomorrow at Regina r. J. Eckstorm left this afternoon ! ft is peculiar to note the change of for (he Western Canada l.eaj^ue meet-iiiE in Regina tomorrow, at the conclusion of which we will know what is trump in Western Canada baseball afl'airs. Whether we are going to have baseball here or not this season will then he deliiiitrly decided. If baseball is ,i;oiu.i; to be plaved attitude towards the president by the CalRary Club, who have been death on him. continually circnlatini; liesparaginji; reports of his adminis-I ration and crvinii impeachment, in hi.s oflicial cipacilv. Now, yesterday ho was asked bv Hie Calgary promot- professionally a,s;ain, just in what, ers to carry their proxy and use it manner, must he left to conjectures at his own discretion at the mcetini^ at present. There is every likelihood tomorrow, failina; the appearance of of a new or.s^ani/alion being estab- a ('ali;ary deleitatc. I'eep down io lished, but what cities will con\puse. their hearts that Culinary hunch know it IS doubtful. I.ethbridge is in a (hat Kris-iorm is right and has been very uncertain position. 'riujit all aloni;. performance there was nothing mady i!ip (i-t;,v,-.i 1,00-key cla'i. Mnroli 1 ! anil -vill witness the first series for the Stanley Cap, the I'rinre bert seven boliij; the fii.~t on the list. ty ha5e>. When nine and a. half inn-i Jiigs had teen plaied and (here v.'as I not a f'.la ?t of a allow f(U- the All-! .\iiier:''ans to win ihe game. (lcoi-g?! .\ieBride. of Wn'-bin.i^ion, sent the fourih homer inm the air to show his mates ;luit ho uas d; lug ^.iiue and wanted in ^ive them some consolation. .\ few mii;i'.:cs laicr the i;ar.io wa-i ^ e'Hded. and ;iie All-N'ationals h;id gar-nrred iliiee ruiif, all of tltem made on iiome rr.ns. In. tl:o nr?t h.ilt of the sixth ?iim- aiid will not work very hard before regular training time arrives, so he cm into the left field to get some ei-ereise. Ho nabbed v.lmt.'vrr was oflered to him, excepi the home runs that came his way, but even 'hose be I followed to the feme Kiid pecked through the crack to watrh them ftill. I lie liad plenty of aprlntin.s; to do, for jihere were slathers of long hits made, ! and sol all he wanted out of the game. I Fronimc is rcsiing hininolf theso d.tys ' feelins in splondid sh?pe, and will Batteries: All-.\mfrlcans-Wllletts, Otey, Summers; Land and Klliott. All-.\aiionals-Walker. Clarke; Strang and Haikett. l-!u."h iinu'dred. Score. Innings .. I 2 3 4 a tj 7 8 9 R.H.i;. All-Amcr. . 0 iJ 3 n 1 0 0 1 0-D ii 'i, All-Nation n n 0 0 2 n n n )-3 7 3 Ba:teries - All-Americans, Willis, Simimor.s, Lang and Klliott; All-Americans, Walkor, Clark, Sianage and Ha�-ket. I'mpire, Bash. uiers, of Pciroit, the chief of the Ti-,,,,^^ j^j^,^,. 1,,, ers mtchers, eoneced with one of ,v bard practice. Bush ami nolahantv, fee, , 'larks ca.-.o:. mis. and s�nt 1: ovrj,,,. ,,,,,,,j^ were in everv game so far. kinds :he ,elt iiral teaee, luu i.ere v , re their legs are sound'------- I good men. Coombs, Bendt-r and Plank ^ are all there, and from present indications are in as good shape as ever. 1 Bender led the American League piteh- j ers last year with a percentage of , .821, while Coombs was third with' .775, and Plank ninth with .615. With : three such men, and' the large num-: ber of recruits from which to choose, , the Athletics' pitching staff should be : one of the best in the league. ^CLOU and find that and durable. Tliero-waa some anxiety for these rlayers, for Dei.ili..nly broke his k ,g la-- fall, nnd nn = li fracfirtd a ')one in his ankle, which rendered a siir- Adviccs from England are to the of' that .limmy Urltt is making alt of money promoting boxing matches In i^jntlnn. 'Ihe first man U) greet American boxers upon their ar-r!\a( is .James Edward, and, of coarse, they fall in with .Tlmmy's winniUH way-;, and he has no troutde In getting them to box before his club. Jack Johnson Seeking Fun and Not Talking About the Ring and Those Who Aspire for the lieavyweight Crown -- Treats Carl Morris as a Joke Along Witn the Rest Hon of the year, and during the coining aeason he should develop into one of the Bfoategt twirlers in the world. Qulnn, 'Vaughn and Warhop have also signed up for the season, and while they are not In Ford's class, they show posBlbllitieB of development. Donovan and Mullen are Hughey erly with Boston, but is now with the Chicago Cubs; Moore, of Philadelphia, and Barger, of Brooklyn. Manager Hal Chase Is the veteran member of the Highlanders, having been with the club sinee IDUa Dimiig the .New York club's eight years of Jennings' two best bets. Last* year existeiue it lias employed Hi) piayers, Donovan won 18 and lost 7 games, and namely 47 pitchers, lH catchers, 32 in-had a percentage of .720, lieing fourth fielders and 22 outfielders. Of the In Hue, while Mullen won 21 and lost discards only 10 men are still in East 12, his percsutago being .iJ3b'. There, compaii.v. came apparent that he considers the "hope" iiuhipiry a hu.qe joke. lie wariiH.'d up sliKbtly to his siibjeet uf-ler a while .>nd urattled along wiihoiit further iiues.;ioniiig. "This ftlJiAV Cu;l JWorris, who h.is been taken in li.iiid by an (.iklaliouia uiiliioi; ire, is the bi^^^-^-si joke of ilie lot." said laek. '"vV eon lie v.,is first spoken of I e.as .-liLiiuiy iiiler.-.^ted 1 .\. man and made up niy mind 10 waieb his ' of the AGONY ON OPERATING TABLE Did Not Remove Stone In Bladder GIN PILLS Passed It. San rranclsco, Mar. 2.-There is no telling of course, what a year, or even a few months, may bring forth, but for 'he present the pugilistic situation, so far as it affects the heavyweights, has been completely tla^tiened out by one Jack Johnson. On the part of the public there Is neither interest nor speculation in the doings of the big fellows. The no'.ion has erystalized. apparently, that .lohn-son is unbeatable, and until sonietliin,? crops up to cre-.te doubt on this point, the question of the world's championship may be regarded as something that has been laid away In lavender. For proof of this, hark back to the way Johnson's coming to San ?'rancis-| CO was handled by the San Franciseo j papers. There were comparatively j meagre reports ot the champion's arrival the morning after. Since then there has been no mention of him, I unless maybe a brief reference to an arrest for speeding. .fohnson hlm- ; self seems (piitc content to have it that I way. Fighting Is the thing fiirtlicl j ity in ihp u.a-.'il is u.-iebs.s uules.s you read that this fellow Carl Morris was !0 be kept out of the game and not allowed to gain kiio.vledi'O by taking the rough wiih tlic suio.ili, as rhe rest of us :;i.l to do, ir diil not tako me long o d'-eide thai lie wO'dd never be la .ltd trnin as a cliampion; hip faetor. In adii-tioii 10 teacl.oig bow 10 handle S.imreir, experieiu e i'teed.- eon fioU a day or wo r.,i:o liy qui^zif.g him utoiit the large nuurner of practieally uiiirii-il heavyweights that were 1 i^mg so eX-lensivc-iy advertised. Johuson had e. ..-�fal |i,i;^'|�, r:i of iiiO(iM';i d ; .-� Jiie l)orii and i:,a mad'-, a...l, k !,..!; ihat �.ia.y aliont if he i;-^ a!' ibe inoce in- lined ;o scoff .11 an:^ scUi. iiie tor te,r,i.n:oii s-r.o.i;!it lefts and short erosses as a means of .i.= ERult. the idea of ifohiiig lioxing was all right. N'owa'la. in .I.-mK's ordnion. 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