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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6. THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD Wednesday, May W.C.L CLUBS PAY UP GUARANTEE DOWN THE WORLD IS MINE Brilliant Exhibition of Football in Which the Famous Callies Met Foes Worthy of Tlieir Steel Neither Team Scored Theresas a "kind of surprise pack-1 a draw must be booked up to him, al- itge handed out last evening when the though every maa on the debutante Callies and Overseas football teams line-up was there v.-hen called on. Dur- clashed in a practice game on the ing the last half, while a corner was 2NTortb Lethbridge grounds. The old j being kicked by the Callies, a couple veterans and champions expected to Overseas men, Shaw and Davis, cop an easy victory but their hopes collided, and" Davis was stunned by shattered by the brilliant work the impact. .He soon recovered ho-vv- cf the Overseas eleven, and ihe score 0-0 at the. finish pi the encounter. For a team'that has only played two games ever, and went on with the game as nothing had happened. Dur- ing che last f'iye minutes both teams together the work of the latter, buncli! made strenuous efforts to score. The of Edmonton for the opening game with Moose Jaw today will bej as follows: Pitchers. Pieh, Woods or' Skillaaan; catchers, Slight .or Soren- son; first base, Baxter; second base, SJackin; shortstop, Mills; third base, Brennan: left field, Dudley; field. Lussi; right field, Cox. Cslaary Calgary, May Calgary line- Tip for today's opening game with Sas- 'fcatoon is as follows: Standridge pitch- er; Morgan first base: Stanley catch- er; Duggan second base: Martin third F 7 J shortston: Wilson left lackm and- Chick centre'fldd: FlalgS right field; Chick Winnipeg, May the line- up of the Maroons for the openinsr 5 with Brandon will foe as fpllowsT- Taylor centre field; Donovan left Krueger shortstop: White first base: Preere second base; Lantgen catcher: Purcell right field; Gleckner third base; Ray pitcher. Brandon I Brandon, 'May batting order for the opening game today is: McGraw centre field; Holmes third Schaefer first base; .Roy er: Letcher right field; Kossuch left field; Fry second base; Smithy short- stop; Heinrich pitcher. President Eckstorm's Telegram Had the Desired Effect League Guarantees All Paid but Winnipeg When President Eckstorm sent out his notice to the Western Canada League clubs yesterday to the effect that there" wo'ufd be no official games today .unless the league guarantee were paid up, he was not putting up a bluff, and the that were in bad evident- ly felt the force of his words, for they aH came through immediate- ly, with the exception of-'Winni- peg. "However, if Winnipeg doesn't make good its obligation, the pre- sident will net allow a single club to mar the opening of the league. Is prepared to settle'with the mogul city of the circuit in a way that will create something, of more unusual the Win- nipeg club has be shown, the president of the' -league, will. 'be. there'with a hand full-of trumps. The league president is not looking for trouble, but the meth- ods that caused such disruption last year mustv be nipped in the bud and he fs> going to use the pruning knife without hesitation. Ap Tiir1 IIP I HP 1 liJU BRIGADE Keg. Clarke Is 'back in Lethbridge. Reg. was a well known figure in local baseball circles three years ago, pitch- ing for the Y. M .C., champions of the city league of 1908. As twirlerhe had no eoual at that time in tie city. Not only his pitching1 ability, 'but his su- perior conduct on the field won him place in the estimation of both, and spectators, and j followers particularly are giving him hearty welcome back. i The Indians of the city league say they saw him. first and lay claim to [his services, (but Reg. is undecided [about staying in town, but as many of old chums belong to the Indians, iie will in all probability sign on with them. Whichever team secures him Made Garrison Finish and Eased it Over the .Ramblers At the-start it looked like easy pick- ing for in their match with. the. Pirates at the ball park last Digit, but a grand stand finish turned the r In the first inning the Ramblers walloped the ban to all corners of the AMERICAN At E Vlfnneapolis 4 9 5 olumbus 17 4 At Kansas R H E Kansas City 6 82 Toledo 4 4 2 Owen and O'Connor; -W." Xamci aad At Milwattkee Milwaukee 4 10 :1 Indianapolig i 10 1 Cutting ?.nd Marshall; .Webb and Garish. .w. _ At St. R H E St. Paul 7 10 "4 Louisville 13 13 1 Laroy, Crook, O'Tpole, Decanniere, Clarke and Kelly; Wicker, Slagrle and Orendorff. r At Baltimore R H E Rochester S 10 0 Baltimore 5 10 2 Holnies and ItessajUi and Mitchell; Pope' and Atinns aadi'Bgan; No other Eastern, League scheduled yesterday. games bases and scampered home with" .ease, netting three runs. Their opponents could; do nothing with the cork screw twirler pitted against them' and for their -strenuous efforts re- ceived nothing -but goose.jsjfs NORTHWESTERN R H E Spokane 3 7 Z Tacoma 472 Schwencke and Hasty; Schmutz and Burns. Rain at-Vancouver. At _____________' _ 4 ______ STANDING OF THE CLUBS tin til the sixth inning. m i iiJ.U.lliii. they wiU have a decided- asset to their jln the meantime the Ramblers had add puchmg. staff. PittsbUrg New York cmg. sa. ed -another score to the three, alreadV -Chicago He has been at his old home just accumulated. With tie J.'ail. outside of Kingston, Ont, for the past year. CANADIAN RIFLE TEAM FOR BJSLEY .Louis Brooklyn accumulated. With tie J.ally. card iCincinnati reading 4-0 the Pirates opened -up in the'sixth and tore the cover off the ball. When the smoke cleared-away there was nothing to, it but- Pirates; the j score, stood 9-4; in their favor. But j the Ramblers had VVUJ qualities too, and at the end. of their 'Detroit ..___...... 15 half of the seventh they had the score '.New York 9 tied, 9-9. The Pirate? needed a run Chicago........... 7 AMERICAN Won Lost P. .2 4 6 C. win. The first roan got 8 next through the aid of timely hitting] Washington 6 brought in ihevwlnnlng run.. (Philadelphia 6 The feature of the game was .Living- j Cleveland Ottawa, May; Canadian rifle :eam for Blsley has been chosen ..'as follows: Commandant Lt Col. G. A. Stlmson, R. O., Toronto: -A'd'j. Major W. Burland, 3rd V.R.C.. illcntreal: Sergt. James Preborn, 13th Regiment: Tivate J. Clifford, 10th R.G., To- ronto: Lt F. W. Morris, 46tii Regi- ment, Bowmam-ille, Ont.: Corp. K. JT. Roberts, 10th Regiment, -.Toronto: Major W. L. Ross, 2nd OF CITY- Hamilton; T..-t A. J. 33rdI LEAGU'E BALL TEAMS Regiment, D.C.O.R.. Ottawa; .The T..M.-C. Indians are R. Camicbael, Calgary. Aita.: Segt. biljed for a practice game at the Bayies, 10th B.G., Toronto: Private Park tonight Players of both Bibiey, -Regiment, .Dundas, requested to be on hand at bergt H. W, Patterson, 43rd sharp; game commences fifteen ment, D.C.O.R., Ottawa; Lt. Spit-iminutes later. tal, No. 5. C.A.S.C., Ottawa; Sergt JI.j Hail, G.C.F.G., Ottawa: Major J. McLaren, "1st Highlanders, Hamilton; Sergt. C. Russell, C.G.F.C., Ottawa; Corp. 'jr. Trainor, R.C.R., Toronto; Sergt. A. Martin, 103rd Regt., Calgary; Lieut. W. 0. .Morris, 18th: M. R., Winnipeg; Ca.pt. C: Milner, Vancouver; Sergt" F. H. Guthaue, 43fd.' Regt, D.C.O.R., Sergt 'p: M. Kodson, 101st, Regt, CalgaiT; .Sergt G. MortlmervTiOttawa; Sergt R. Mc- Gregor, stone's one hand stab of drive. Names of the players' were as follows: Tiffin-, Johnson, Simpson, Lowther B. Cascaden, N.-i Cascaden, Shearer, Pennjfatheri Ramblers Sloane. Link. Warrey, Sherlock, Camp-' bell, Hyssop. Score by Ramblers 3 0 0, 1 0 Pirates 0 p 0, 0 St. Louis 3 11. 12 .692 .538 .533 .429 .353 .200-: NORTHWESTERN Won Lost P. .Spokane 9 Vancouver........ 7 Tacoma 5 Portland.......... 3 Victoria .'..........3 O S .O. E. The Overseas and S. 0. E. football clubs will have a prac- tice match next Fridair even- ing on the North ground Players >re requested to be out in good timrr'ball faced at 6.30 sharp. BASEBALL AS COED National Sport to Bail in New Montclair, JST. J., May 2. Baseball as a eport for girls has received the official approval of the high school antltorities here. It is to replace bas- ket ball on the calendar. Sev- eral tsatss have been organised, and interclass games, will be arranged as soon as they have engaged in suffi- cient practice. Games with other schools are a possibility later in the season. 2 3 g 9 10 10 .857: .750! -5S3j .3571 .231! .231! AMERICAN ASSOCIATION v Won Lost P. -.Minneapolis 14 Columbus......... g Paul 10 i Milwaukee ___.... 10 Kansas City 8 Louisville......... 6 Toledo 4 Baseball was introduced widely as a pastime for school girls several years Indianapolis 3 12 12 .615 .538 .533 .462' .250 .200 EASTERN Won Lost P. ago, but the sport "was decided to be too strenuous at that time, and- it was Providence 7 Rochester 8. Montreal 5 Toronto 6 Buffalo. C. ____ 4 Newark 3 Jersey City ....J....17 .777 ,667 .625 .600 .400 .300 ;