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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, May CANADIAN GIRL CHAMPION I! FOR THEIR CRACK SHORTSTOP BASEBALL TONIGHT The Athletic grounds are in good condition and :ho Ind- ians and Sporting Goods will play a schedule inarch this evening commencing at 6.30. Eskimos Took Advantage of Errors and Won Out MATHEWSON'S MEANS New York, .May a pro- fit of Christy 'Mathewson. pitcher, has disposed of a.! Dorotny Campbell, of the Links, Defeated Flower of Britain Calgary, May Bronchos had it on the Eskimos last night until Beading railroad stock which he llie Un- the sixth innings, when the latter tore on Iae advice of John T. Brush lh'e OH in a mad gallop and never quit un- dar'ng the panic of 1907. It was the Grea.. Miss Dorothy Campbell, United hampion the game has ever produced auy- I where. Miss Campbell, who represented the Hamilton. Ont., Ladies' Goif Club, play jed a splendidly consistent ,tame ighout the tournament, in and 9th with a couple of braces, put- ting the game in the-freezer proper. h'rrors did it. Pete Standridge flung; fi.Dot.it as usual. "Whisman was not: etrong for them. Their batters were i none too strenuous. It was all on ac-i count of errors. .Martin had two bad' iut- luamauiem, in wniai ones. O'Brien three, and there were'Come i OffCther at Ath-illlere were 114 comprising :ue two others in the final round up. Most t T flower of English. Irish and Scottish of them were costly and inexcusable, the kind that makes a fan wreathe and wish that he were transplanted j for the once. It was assuredly exceed- ingly painful. The score: Kdmonton 7 1 Calgary 6 6 letic Park Next golfers. Because of th? jand mediocre form of golf whic'ji ?h? i showed in the matches preceding the A meeting of the Citv play, experts at first did Iavor tn Chsac2s Tuesday Football League was aehfin the Dallas Hotel last niaht. President Robins preJKCapturm- the f -i.. -u-ij ;_ MOOSE JAW MADE GARRISON FINISH AND BEAT OUT BRANDON Brandon, May got away to a good start in seven innings with Moose Jaw tonight, getting four across in the first, but the evening en- Referees were appointed for {the three games next week as follows: j vs 3. 0. E.. Referee j Tennant. which she viously held in If'OD. .Miss Carao i rK's faultless play, hnwovor, esuib- her as a prime favorite she! The veteran southpaw of won the fourh round. j World's champion Athletics is superior long game won' Standing of Clubs Today Games in the Big Leagues Edmonton Winnipeg1 -Moose Jaw WESTERN CANADA Won Lost I' 10 4 11 .j u y S ti New York Brandon :SasKatoon 10 NATIONAL 000 000 1 p i Cincinnati 210 000 120-6 S 2 landau and Myers; Keefe and (..lariie. .Brooklyn. 000 001 9 i Philadelphia j Chicago York PHtsburg :St. Louis .'Cincinnati j Brooklyn Boston ___ NATIONAL Won Lost ]3 21 I." 21 13 20 14 15 10 1'ittsbiirg U01 7 12 J Kucter, Ragan and 'Miller; Leifiekl .588 .434 and Gibson. .'Philadelphia 102 010 7 1 ;St. Louis 000 000 002__2 5 3 I Alexander and Dooin; Sreele 'and ;Bresnahan. i Boston-Chicago, no game. rain. S 2 Detroit Philadelphia j.cnicago 'Boston York Cleveland St. Louis emy pulled up and the hook was ap-jfor the big game of the season, plied to Marshall in the fifth when the j tween the Callies and __..___ visitors scored five runs. Thelan sac-i judging from the enthusiasm display-j ceeded Marshal! but he also was hit .ed between these teams List season.' hard. The score: Brandon 7 10 Moose 12 vs S superior Jong game won Hike a house-on-fire this ye, (postponed) Referee Wilson. the fjnal match' She outdrove! has becn in fast comoanv n______ .._ i [Miss Hezlet all the time. The cham-i t------ __________. jpions were a'l square at the time, but' I Miss Hezlet lost the tenth and eleventh who learned golf on the same i i -'B, became three down a: the four-j links -at North Berwick from which Miss Campbell graduated. As an evi- vs seers, Referee Gurr. Special arrangements the i time, but has weathered all sorts oi storms very gamely. It looks like a house-on-fire this year. Eddie j banner year for Ed. if he keeps up a long i the pace. AMERICAN Won 20 19 17 IS 16 12 15 15 IS 1C 22 TONY CAPON1 MATCHED He Will Meet Sam Langford at Ken- osha May 29 Winnipeg. May wire today, Tony Caponi, of'Chicago, was matched'1'" AMERICAN Detroit 000 000 .222 j Washington QUO 103 j VViiieti, 'Covington and Stallage" ;Johnson and Henry. 000 000 8 1 York.....000 001 12 1 Walsh and Payne: Brockett, aacl Blair and S.weeney. 012 010 14 4 010 250 13 2 j Kalor, Krapp and" Land: Morgan, .Bender and Thomas. ;st- Louis....... 103 010 10 2 Bos ton 104 002 S 2 ijoweil. Mitchell. George and Clarke; -Mcilaie, Paip. Woods and Carrigan, Baltimore Iteenth and was unable to retrieve her S. 0. E, and dence of the long nlay of which the present Iad5es'ilady champion Is capable, we mav tcere will oe something doing. champion oi Canada and mention that f" h A teams are confident of winnins. j'L'nited States. Before coming tolygar -he lail h __________________ President Robins and A. Johnston and taking up residence in fc -----------------------------were appointee voting delegates to! Hamilton, she used to play at North }nf --0 Vnpf1, Th.a -c ,ha the meeting to be held for the forma- j Berwick, and had been three times et weather put playing oat of of the South Alberta Football i Dinner of the Scottish ladies' cham-! T-T" liiuu a massie toss sne'Wcis on the turn at uinmpesr. ILeasue. This meeting -will ,be held mjPionship and once before winner Thursday night British ladies' open chamrpion-' jr EASTERN 001 110 1 1 000 000 8 .1 Dygert and Egan: Parken, Shont- BIG SUM Offered by the Reds for iV5c- Innis, the Athletics' Shortstop question at Winnipeg. SASKATCHEWAN COLT MAY .NOT START IN Cardston. Itadeod. Grassy I League. This meet I the Dalias Hotel on Thursda. __t __ 0 o'clock. Delegates will be ships. i es ue pie.enui I championship, when she; defeated Mrs. Miss Campbell Is a wonderful golfer. Martin of England for the The accuracy of her game would be j title by two up and one to go hard to equal London. May is reported that Kel 'Or, the bay colt of R. M. Dale, of j WILSON RESIGNS Qu'Appelle, Sask., which has been un-.! Bob Wilson notified the Herald to- dergoing a special preparation for the, day that he has resigned from the {onto Club last season, defeating in I titles last ve-r by, is a douDtful starter. iSiaff of City League football referees.' the final Mrs. Henry Anderson of Jlon-' lady plavers Haverhill, Mass., 25.__ It became known here today that Connie Mack, the man- ager of the Athletics, recent- ly refused an offer of 000 for "Stuffy" Mclnnes. who is now plaving shortstop for the- xvorld'gf champions, and who is leading the American to fight Sam Langford, Boston's "Tar! Lygm and Esan: Porken, She jyaby." at Kenosha. AVis., on Mav 29. Lee and Cad-v- Tony Caponi is full of confidence. 17 says if ;he gets the .better of the argu-iKocl'ester 212 301 10x-10 11 4 ment with Langford he will go after! MerritL and Killifer: Hughes Jack Johnson for the world's cham- !Ullson MitchslL pionship. Incidentallv Caponi was also 201 000 030-6 10 3 sine hr todav ih Ionto "O---0 12 2 f ass and and Slat- signed here today to' fight 15 rounds j' here June 16 with Eddy McGoorty, ofj Oshkosh, Wis.. and Tony says he the fight, too, for he never :m 9 1 Young Miller champion wel-i sey City 704 17 3 Buisch. Doyle and Bennient and Pat- i -c- uu iciiuing in She won the Canadian It is worth mention that Miss Camp- League in batting. bell won both Canadian and American This information rains t Old ADVICE FOR THE AMATEUR BALL PLAYER Many players go into the big leagues [or third to get the runner. Perfect vance. estimates the speed of the man only to be turned back because they result in a double play, third and against it figures bis did not keep their eyes and ears open stead of the gunner being advanced. i chance to make a perfect throw. Un- and their heads at work as amateurs, i Such playing requires thinking and less he has at least an even chance, Take the pitchers. Most of them re- ipside baseball. You don't see much he tries for the man on first, by' 3y upon speed and curves and not jof outside the major leagues, but! throwing to the second baseman enough on control, change of pace and j there is no reason why amateurs I shjrtstop. If the runner goes to see- the eight men behind them. They win I should not try to play the same game. J ond he is apt to be an easy out. If not Think quickly, but don't act foolishly. How many know how to slide when they break into the game? After watching Cobb and Collins, 5 con- clay -by a friend from Mack. and it developed that Cincin- nati was the team that made the offer. In Ws letter, Ma-ck says that he has no intention of letting M-cInnis go, as he values his sen-ices too highly. terweight wrestler of the world, today signed papers to wrestle Charlie Gus- tal'son, champion of Canada, on June 22 in terson: Frill. Jones and Tonneman. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus 001 110 8. 2 000 000 10 T, Bemis; Owen and I Kansas City f Packard and O'Connor. lLouisvilie 001 000 AUTO PURSE Indianapolis, May an addi- tional piece of prize money added day to the stake for the big 500 mile !Mlhvaukee automobile race here Decoration- and Hughes; Dougherty and the total purse will -be contested jMarsha11- 'Indianapolis for by the 49 entries now amounts to it j The original purse hung upj by the speed-way was but with various companies adding to it, it is iexpected that the purse will aggregate by w'post time." OO'O OOS S 0 Minneapolis ___ 000 Oio' 9 1 Webb and Walsh.; Patterson and Owens. A Vn wwii L uj-uvii uc Li iur LUt? LIZ tin OH TirSt DV of it outside the major leagues, but} throwing to the second baseman or i f5 aTnru Bescl3er> few admit that they rarJoi.__ is nn rpsRj-vn ivhi- Tf ---------_____. _. _ j do. Had they learned of set- a lead, starting quickly and the _ ____ ..._ OL LO to pjay me same game, j ond he is apt to be an easy out. If not I 5 quicKiy ana tae on the lots, but do not when they be- j Take the outfield comer. He catches he is prevented reaching second, from fall-awar slide, which offers only an come professionals, unless they ,useja fly ball, perhaps with a runner on where he can score on a j ankle to the fielder, they would enter their heads as well as their hands and i third, and another on first. What does Ability to guage the speed of s. rrc- !the game well equipped feet. do? If he isn't a thinker he slams ner or of a batted ball with his own !in this resPect- What is learned League players are usually good 'the home' to catch the ability to field a ball, is one of the !the.sand 3ots is hard to unlearn, waiters. They will get the voung pit-1nmner He does it, perhaps, secrets of success. Ability to think-ias Jt 1S hard to teacl1 Cher "in a hole" and then he has attempts, unless j quicker _than_ nine out of ten players Manv vounsrst on old dog new put the ball over. Such things as k ,_ I while, the batter' s j ___ i i uttL LJ 'ti V t- j is an exceptional thrower. Mean- has made Cobb a marvelous base Van making him hit bad ones, pulling him off his balance with a clever change of pace, are as Greek to the average young pitcher breaking into the game. Keeping runners close to the bases Is another thing the amateurs sho.uld learn. He should develop a motion that deceives the runner and catch him flat-footed. The clever major .league pitcher works -with his infield all of the time.. In a pinch, if he has good control, he i delivers the ball so the batter will' pop up an infield fly or hit a weak roller that is handled. By i pitching over the inside or the out- side corner when a batter is trying to sacrifice, the pitcher can him bunt in a desired direction and thus' force the runner. These things are; part of the education of the major leaguer, but there is no reason why ihe amateurs should not learn them. How many amateurs or semi-pro- fessionals go to first base at full speed, head up and watching the ball? The majority duck their head j and don't think of the ball. They tear! across the base never thinking oi I turning to the left to gain or 20 i feet toward second in case the ball is fumbled, or loosely handled. The bat- ter should always make the turn tow- ard second, to be in a position to continue if opportunity offers. He should size up the situation quickly. and act without hesitation. Often when the chances are even his speed causes a hurried throw and he is safe, when, had he hesitated; he would have been an easy out. The runner should always watch {he ball. Going toward second or third j the ball being returned from the out-' field, he can judge upon which side tiie infielder win receive the sphere and by 'sliding for the opposite side of the base, may avoid being touched. With a runner on, none being the batter is ordered to sacrifice. The pitcher endeavors to make him bunt along third for Instance. The instant the ball is pitched he dashes in the direction he knows the ball wiii roll. If he has planned correctly he Is upon j the ball in time to field it to second 1 runner on first has ad ran c- batters af- uaLLCis j to v, i ittil tiO O Ci.1" He doesn't run wide. Ke caicu- i ter making an enviable as .e oiues Beaten by the Reds of Mountain View DATE FOR BATTLE May 6, it was an- nounced today, has been fixed as the date for the fight between Billy Papke and Jim the British middle- weight champion. The bout, which is for and a side 'bet of every chance and against failure. His succe Ke calcr.jter making an enviable- reputation as Iar7 T" a gambles i amateurs or semi-professionals. Once' e ftatnenng of People out. to wit- :ss shjuid I around the circuit of a league and the The first innings the same, j their batting weakness Is an open had a mem- batting bcok. freely, and She hom Mountain View, Card-i53-3 arranged by Hugh Mclntcsh.' ton True Blues journeyed up to Corri will referee. tain View to play the return match with the local Reds, and there was CHAS. EVANS ELIGIBLE j CANADIAN iGuelph..................... 913 4 St. Thomas 6 10 n Muir and Liable; Easty and Speer. Hamilton 2 7 3 Brantford 7 9 3 Merger and Minness; Rose and Bar- ton. London.................... 2 9 2 3riin 11 n 3 Corkin and Peacock; Bramble and Dunn. NORTHWESTERN Lut; tjiit'uiL oi u. joague anci inspire young players to do the same, j their batting weakness Is an open F "IT- REFORM has divorcee! die idea thai coot comfortable summer suits need be ill-fitiing. i I By adopting a natural position at j'few P'ays. jbat, paying attention to the feet and [seven in the fir the 3mbit ofbaUed had a mem- battin 3.nd She home boys made a The Blues piled on first inn-Ings. The Reds Vancouver 2 5 1" Spokane 4 o Admitted to British Golf Champion- Erickson and'Lewis; Willis'and NM- ship Over- zeli. ru'ed Seattle from the start, af-junicago, Western London, May Evans Jr. Tacoma i The batter who makes the pitcher i unt" Uiey got m the lead of {St. Andrews rules, but as the cham-i work is feared. The average voting-, e After the sixth inning Ipionship is not controlled ster likes to take a "long healthy ilhe Cardston Blues changed their royal and ancient club and neith i___-____tt _ _ ,a _ _ t Trr i x-_i_ 1J.4JVI ctv, and Shea; Schmuts 1 i 3 and 11 10 -i Thomas and this bat so he can swing quickly, box, but the local 'boys ham- matter whether he is offered a fast jmered the teeth extractor to "the fin- A MISTAKE It was Heath field and not Faunch the-er of Americans is using the-Sohenec- who scored the two goals for the S. oall. curve or floater. -If he stands After the first j close to the plate he limits the pitcher'tain View pitcher nut ,to less space. If he refuses to swing' tady putter, they were declared elig-iO. E. against the Overseas T h f i ible. toria Day. 1 DICCC i .j tv o jjj.-, i.Tt-o iL- T? i .u i on everything and makes the pitcher C Jhe Cardslon Tr-e Biues only Its have the Style -stick em he is more apt to if a more nms their first d of set bits than tlle who "takes a during the remainder of the M toe hold'" and swings himself off his the final score being Cardston feet after missing the ball. Blues, 11: Mountain View, 15. and Much advice is given to batters, but inning to play. the natural position is the best. The i On Saturday the Leavitt team met batter is enabled to throw bis weight Itbe Mountain View team, at Mountain into bis swing, instead of depending View. The game was one-sidpd The upon the strength of his arms. He is Leavitt team never -ot a look "in Ju also less apt to pull the ball into one f, in' As t field continuallv, which enables the a generaj rule these teams PJa-v a fielders to play him with csrtaintv interesting game. Final score: Summed up I should say to batters: VIcw- 22: 2- Make them pitch: go to first with J "e boys stayed to the hop in the your head up and at full speed the In- and a very enjoyable time jstant the ball is bit: make the turn to !wn" [the left, with your eyes on the ball; j j gamble with fhe fielders every time the chance ia offered to gain an extra base and slide without hesitation every time you are In the slightest danger j oi! being tagged out. To the fielders: Think out your and shapeliness o{ the heavier gar- ments. The wonderful Fit- Reform system of designing and hand tailoring makes. this possible. i [play in the speed of the i runners handle the ball without loss of time; keep your eye open for REMORSELESS RECEPTION Sporting Editor Herald: Burdett wins ball match from Grassy Lake, the final game being 17 to 8. j winner of the game was to receive parts of a This was adver-' McKELVIE McGUIRE, oole Agents for Used throughout the surrounding _ lo-wns iby posters sent out bv the signals and when in doubt make the sports committee. The Chan-man of PlTotbthe get tbe committee unmanly refused to pay strike out records: change of pace for thc ccrdia! reception given better than al! curve pitching; watch placing Burdett. the bases; your position and j A. .McIKN'ES. cover the bases whenever possible. ilanager Burdett Ci'ub.' DISTILLED BY W. A. GILBEY IN THE HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS FROM SCOTLAND'S FINEST BARLEY. GUARANTEED 10 YEARS OLD. vviae Spirit Co, ;