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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 TTTF, TyETHBRTDOE DAILY HERALD' Tuesday, May CALLIES AND S.O.E. PLAY TONIGHT Indians Cleaned up the( Y.MX.A. Nine-Bigj Crowd in Attendance As the golden sun shed its last giis-i teuing- rays over the field ot many bat-! lies last evening a terrible massacre perpetrated upon the unsuspecting j loemen oi the Y. M. C. A., and the; crime is laid a; the door of Chief ans and his horrible .braves. Whis- ;per it gently! It was awful: It w terrible I Nay, more, it was terrible j awful. The stain of many a former de-j feat in the brave days of old was wip- ed out, and the War-whoops were sat-1 lated with revenge. Ask any of he indians Just Juggled with the ball; three hundred spectators who j j ed the slaughter with hardened beans 1 j land glittering eyes, and they will iined up in battle array and pro-: .'you that it happened at a ball to do unmentionable things toi ;last night between the Indians and the jfhe- "Y.'s'' Before they said enough M. C. A., in the City League, Indians had piled up nine runs and' jinosz likely they will tell you also that placed huge chunks of ice around them I lit was the funniest ever and wish for'to keep them fresh in memory for the! .more. Needless to say. they will of the proceedings. j wise inform you that the Indians won! It was night for the hoys from! 'out by about IS to 5, if they counted (the Y. M. C. A. McMillan occupied' straight. jtne slab, and flung them over fairly i The trouole all commenced in the accurately, but received rotten support! rlirst- stanza of the encounter, when That is putting it strong, but it reyre-i ;a nice bunch of it. That they can! a better brand of bull was shown j in their first game with the Sporting i uc-ocitf, when they slipped a win over; on them, and the public cun expect toi 'see them tossing vhem over the besri of them before the end of the season.! TWQ weeks without praciice will put.i any team TO the bad. and the result j was expected even by the "Y." thomselvps. Thit can ulav waen they get warmed up ro tue perior-j_______________________t_________ mance was shown lust night by two; nice double plays by wort I: !OHs to mention any names. Tate was THE GAME THIS EVENING The football match of the season. S. O. E. vs. Callies. be pulled off to- night at-the Athletic Park at Both teams are in good shape and confident of win- nine, and it is safe to sav a record crowd will be in attend- ance. The new goal nets ar- rived by express this morn- ins and will be ulaced in po- sition in time for the game. This w-H dispense with goal judges and will give better satisfaction, to all. FOURTEEN GSAT WINNIPEG Winnipeg. May fourteeij J innings of the most spectacular ball jseen in Winnipeg this year the Ma- j room? took the first game of the pres- ent series with Edmonton by the score and Stewart asd McKeime. tile too familiar wjjh the Bis: Chief, and tore off three runs. sents the -case exactly. Eleven large! juicy errors were contributed to the: Stung to the Quick with such p'u-blic j performance, and that is enough toi Irtsiiliation, the head men of the tribe hose any game. T.iiey also added some! ''fcsld a council of war, and handed put j much hot air and many savage threats to the pale-faces who had dared to humble them so. And then forthwith boneheaded baserunning. thinking, perj ,of 3 to 2. j It was a nerve rackinp contest from 'start to finish with the visitors get- ting away with all the luck. The -Ma- roons should have won easily in the ordinary number of innings having chances in nearly every round to score but Whisman. who was wilder than a hawk, always tightened up and saved the situation. The bad decision by the umpire gave the Eskimos their chance! position, Moore going to second, andjlo score their SUght trip. bieen to the middle garaen. Theilingi afrer LuSsi had doubled and the work of the infield all through scored on Krugers wild was of the stellar variety. Seid-jthrow. 011 lhe mound. and served out the best very snappy plavg in both instances. his repertoire. Lepper was absent, For the Indians it would be Evaas was sent lo the short field BATHS Good hot baths always ready. .Everything kept clean and sanitary. HOT COLD BATHS M. K. Kaake BARBER SHOP i.O.O.F. Al- exandra Hotel Games in the Big Leagues j en decker, at third, got going in his old! Winnipeg scored one in the second !tiine style, and electrified the crowd [on Freer's walk, a sacrifice and Ed- his great work in the awkward: Bund's and tied up the score )J.T__j_____ii_.i__. TT-I_ t___ t- _ _ i corner. In [picked up a jwith one hand, and retired his mani Standing of Clubs Today t vi a ill c. rv o-m _ 4. the eighth he came in andithe forced in a; hor nounaer of Coon's batifun Donovan when the j bases were lull. The extra session] Calgary Edmonton Moose Jaw Winnipeg skatoon WESTERN CANADA 12 12 11 1-0 7 AMERICAN Washington ...000 000 095 Boston 038 000 17 1 Otey, Sherry aad 'Street; and Munamaker, Second Washington ___ ICO 201 13 i- Boston 401 020 11 3 Gray; Groom and Street; Pape, Col- lins and Kleinow. _: Cleveland 112 Oil 15 3 Detroit.........200 020 if) 2 Gregg and 'Land; Mullin and Stanage. Philadelphia 000 000 o New York......000 001 S 2 Coombs and Lapp: Quinn and Blair. Chicago........000 021 11 1 St. Louis....... 000 000 4 5 White and Sullivan; Lake and Clarke NATIONAL -Boston......'... 111-000 15 3 .Brooklyn .___. 9 2 Wattern and Rariden; Schftrdt and .vu Her. fittsfture 100 000 5 1 .263 iwas interesting with both teams at first in the most finished style, j threatening, the local team filling the and Moore and Nicholson also bases twice and the visitors once pulled off a double of the professional without any score. Freers hit, a sac- variety in the sixth that made thejrifice and Edmund's single scored the j crowd sit up and take notice. .All! winning run. i through :he contest the work of the' Score by innings: TOS of such class as be- Edmonton 020 000 000 000 00-2 6 come professionals and the public was treated to a fast line of amateur as good as any ever seen in: tie JThe brand of ball they furnished mayi seen by referring to the box score, and noticing the eighteen assists which Winnipeg 010 100 000 000 11 Z Chicago New York...... Philadelphia Pittsb.urg St. Louis Cincinnati...... Brooklyn...... Boston...... NATIONAL 23 23 24 21 16 15 14 10 13 14 1-5 ]7 17 IS 23 29 .639 Chicago 000 400 000 S 2 Steeie, Nasrle, Phillippi and Gibson; Colo and Archer. New York 002 000 020 t Philadelphia Crandall and '353 I and Dooin. ar" kouis '455 j Cincinnati .378 AMERICAN Detroit Harmon and 8 1 '040 001 10 1 Wilson; Humphries 103 001 12 2 000 212 13 1 G-aspar, McQuillan. Smith and McLean. BERRY PICKERS' TWIRLER WALLOPED FOR ELEVEN [Philadelphia ........21 .....__. Moose Jaw, Sask., May ideal '............IS get all the bad playing out of j Stewart was the only one of the the "hat the Robins collected eleven] Boston..........-----20 ...i.- .wajjops Off Pennybaker of the Berry York ........'...IS Pickers, winning S to 1. j Cleveland ......'.___18 their systems before the next brigade who found the key to It is a sure thing that they puzzling benders. [ball in Lethbridge for many moons to icome. The sticking of Seidenbeckeri The World's Most Famous Horse Race Will be Run English Especially for ike Herald by was a feature, and was only equalled I by the late wart the luck beins as bright and snappy Washington .........13 ratheragainstthe "iL i St. Louis ...........13 the luck being rather against the visi- fine the willow ot tors. Collins was a little ,-ild at times lor tte Stewart pull- bm tightened up in pinches, and fan- There is no sporting event in the and again the Epsom Grand Stand produced Vedette, and Morope J 'wcric aroimci which circles so much i Company ba-'e .been urged to make t sot Flying Duchess to The Dutchman. "romance is the Ti-ree-Ycar-Old Stake the stake nvxre valuable addih. .Known as The Derb.v, Volumes of: money, but as the Jockey Club do. facts and anecdotes ccaild be written [not .interfere not .soctjt' this race, and in fact a great Box score: and Flying Duchess were the'l Seidenbecker, clb. c Moore, 2b, ob ......4 Kicliolson, lb .......5 h'vans. s s .........4 ed off a triple, a -double and a single four in a row in the last two in- in five times up -gctung three of Hie ings. Fo.urnier's home run, bringing in seven .hits allowed by Tate. Collins from second was the feature. .By Innings: _Saskatcon 000 100 00 1 2 2 AB R H PO A E Moose Jaw 003 ISO 8 11 4 Barents of Galopin, Derby in 1875, and winner of the the sire canie lessen, in. importance nothing is done, j of his day. and from G-alopin .cteai has been written, so that there At the same time it is rather humil-' St, now dead, but undoubted- c f are very few sportsmen who -read dating "for Englishmen to :know that! ly destined to make his eventual :jeunings, r f .......4 .-English who have nf i at some time i the Grand Prix de Paris is the J mark through his descendants as the ixtchols. i f..........4 other memorized stories of this i world's most valuable stake, beingjgreatest thoroughbred sire that the juavies, c, -b ........4 'worth about saw. Ralf the races won ;Tate, p ...'..........5 seem by horses having St. Si- tnon biood, and St. Bass, the last Tbe Derby coarse is in the shape of! winner oi the King's Plate is of this j y. 31. C. an irregular horse-sboe a mile and" a j line. St. Simon got a particular type'Stewart, c f ........5 ghbred, and those who know jucons, 2b .......-----.4 r 2 'race. 4 1.0 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 S 1 1 0 6 1 0 0 2 0 Epsom Downs, about 14 miles irom j jLonc'cn, is a public course in the old- j fashioned stvle. Unless you wish toi 41 16 11 27 IS 2 AB R H PO A E -enter oat stands, you can wan- I half in. distance. The course ascends of ihorougl .tier wtiere you will ami ever, go on first of all and then commences to j can nearly tlhe. course between events. Of course descend towards the famous Tatten- horse. This only an instances of how; --this course is onlv used for six'davs from which point the tells, and how Derby winners -in toe veai so that the grass does i track descends: slightly till near the arc worth money, though of .not suffer nvjca irom the trampling, i finish, where it is slightly up hill. A'it must be admitted that they To the carious man, who is. not spec-'.curious-feature of the Epsom course; the pick of the mares. IT _ __ _ __ _I_____j ic rhprp nn rnnnd or rival i always tell a St. Simon :1J. .McKenzie, 3b.....2 McKenzie, c A s s ..........3 Wrlggleswortli, r f ..3 "YiShover, ib, 1 f......4 t ially a racing man, the vast crowd of all sorts and conditions is a study; and the scene has been Lresenecl on canvas bv the nraster brush of the is that there is no round or ova! track. It is a fact- that tiie best horse in j.McMitlan, p If, lb The first Derby winner Diomed in 1780, was .shipped to the States, the ;late W. P. Frith The stands are! the world usually wins the Derby, .owned by the Epsom Grand Stand There been cases, such as those of and "Barcalriine." where Comsanv and the main stand, though .large and very high, is also by no good horses either were not entered .means modern; but it is a nioney or their entry was cancelled by ihe maker, being, apart from, entry money j death of the nominator, but the cases booth privileges, the sole asset j Where a great horse has been beaten cf the race meeting. The Derby itself j by an inferior one have been few, lis purely and simply a state race and j though, of. course, there have been in- -the money to the .winner is all sup- 'stances where the first three horses j plied by "the fifty pound entry and werc of merit. As a rule, how- forfeits, the stake amounting as a'ever, a great horse stand out .rule to five or six thousand pounds. eminently, there have beer. The number oi entries is usually from instances where the first three horses '200 to'300; entries'are n.ade when were of even merit. As a rule, how- 'the horses are yearlinis and a gurat horse stands out pre- '--process-of the survival of the .fittest j eminently, thuug'h there have been 'eoes on until the dozen or score price about and have crossed the pond since, but at raT-hrr higher prices, though none iiavf conic to Canada. Ormonde came the .Stales at- but Flv- 33 5 7 24 8 11 Score by innings: Indians 010, Y. M. C. A.........- -300, 010, 5 bases: Seidenbec- ker, Green, Coons, Sacrifice hit: Da vies. THE RAIN-MAKERS NICK ALTROCK DOWN AND OUT Second j-St. Louis...... 000 000 9 2 11 .732 'Cincinnati 201 100 9 3 16 .565 j called on account of d-arkness. 16 .529j Golden. Steele and Bresnahan: 17 .541 Keete, F. Smith, McQuillan and Mc- 1S and Clarke. 24 .35x! AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 27 001 020 13 3 'LoiiisviUe..... 115 100 9 12 3 Cook and Bemis; Slagle, Kroh and Hushes. Toledo 000 002, 6 2 Former Sox Pitcher Draws Uncondi- tional Release From Millers Minneapolis, May Nick AJtrock, who is to the national IndjanapoJis 000 000 300- Brady, Robinson and Rapp; Robert- son and Ritter. Only two games played in the Am- erican Association yesterday. Others ,.inot scheduled. rained during the first two games is no lonS'er a member of the the Calgary-Edmonton series. It rain- American Association ed during the first three days of the I champions. The -former White Sox Edmonton-Calgary series. It rained was given his unconditional re- yesterday in the Brandon game. j lease by Manager Joe Cantillon last The game was started yesterday and three innings played, when the mois- ture began to leak and his umps took Jersey City EASTERN 004 000 Newark 001 000 004 5 Frill and Tonneman; 5 X and' to the woods. No score had been made by that time. week. 'The Ditching Adonis has been a member of the Minneapolis team for CARDSTON BALL TEAMS ON TKEIR WAY TO TABER ttwo years, coming directly here he was turned loose by Comiskey in He has not been-right this sea- passing of one former White 190S. ison. The The Cardston team passed through scar is counterbalanced by the re- Lethbridge today on their way to Ta- turn of another. "Daredevil Dave" AI- ber, where the first engagement in the tizer, at one time an infielder on district .basebalLt league takes place, iiskey's payroll, 'being bought bv the rturphy. formerly of Y ff residing in Cardston, wi for the visitors. Tommy tins city will umpire the game. pitch of D. Earned runs: me at DUI c. A-> 1; Indians, Two-base Fox, recently deceased, holds the hit3. stewart, Seidenbccker. Three- muncy rccorJ at over ioane bits: Stewart. Bases on balls: 'lOff McMillan. off Tate, n. Struck By McMillan, 5; -by Tate, 7. Left i it may be said the bases: Indians. 4: Y. M. C. A., 6. lisli horse holds his own. The French i First base on errors: Indians, 9; T. M. wilh Gladiatsur in'the sixties, and .'c. A.. 2. Double plays: Henning Displays Wonderful Ability from the Cincinnati team, whom he was drafted last fall. E.VERS TOO SICK TO JOIN TEAM 000 000 6 Providence 001 000 8 Atkins and Bgan; and Ron- deau. Montreal....... 000 Oil 8 0 Rochester......000 000 5 1. Carroll and Curtis; Hughes and jackUtsch. Toronto........- 360 506 ,0 Buffalo........202 005 18 Killian, Gathers Phelps.; Pierced Uorridon and'Killifer. 'POP" ANSON JOINS THE TFGE-RS Veteran Says He Wiif Work Out' a Few Days to Show Skill Detroit, May Adrian. v jAnson, here in vaudeville, thinks he Brother Reports to Chance That