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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lerhbridge Bally Herald, Tuesday, Sept. 6; 1910. cite but bats, fishing tackle, etc., along.: on" the' family vaoa- wouid be lots more health than you .of .a dozen truntfuls P. 0, PLENDID TOOLS right the near jight kind 412 ROUND ACTIONS Bulletin.) irere no-two opinions in Ed- .cbncerning the action of the Club, when. the le city, of Cal-j a post-season :for the Western Canada League jpehnant' as "ordered by President Eck- four games in Calgary -T Running of Rash a Feature Duncan lade a Fine Showing in-the Hop-Step-and-Jump was the re- nark heard on ail sides yesterday af- ;ernoon at the excellent program of athletic spons put. on by the Trades and Labor Council yesterday after- noon upon Gait Park. There were o less than twenty-five Haynes. who in Ms second attempt made So ft. 10. and Spence in his sec- ond and third cleared 35 ft. 9. Duncan then gave an exhibition jump, soing 10 42 fr. 3. in. One Mile There were twelve entries for the mile. Reber set the pace for the first companion, by T. 'and L. C.) Stewart. Time, 54 i-5 Hop, step and (travellers set, by W. "J. -Armstrong) Duncan; 2nd (one years subscription to Daily Herald) Mead. Dis., 42 feet, 3 in. -Three-legged 100 (two pipes. each, by W. A. Ott) cuw on, ana tor x T v. v eacn. oy A. uct) the manner in which.they were handl-lgS .S 2nd (box cigars. be impossible to "heap too much praise upon me the judges and and the Trades had ion. and Holbert- and Labor.'Council officers. One ture, which perhaps more than other, Changed places. At the three-quarter Johansen lead by with Rash of the bunch behind. which Hdmonton. fans can club's decision pennant is-won by Edmonton r 'oocasidns .no joyv It-is 'al- -victory.to win a cham- J tended .towards the .success from is the only charac- spectators' point....of: the 8trong' by default. to-see the played, but the demand -of it all the games should be city was not only, un- jjreiwoaftble-h.ut absurd, and _. ncnrjthe .Sffiutation chased around to ike; Caigar? president's office and had signed statement hand- probably no records were broken un- less it were in the hop; step and jump, ii which Dunoan, a young athlete from Manitoba College cleared ihe wonderful.distance of 42 feet 3 inches, distancing his nearest "competitor by nearly 5 feet. This, feat will bly be fauna to come near to the ama- teur record.' Of the other important events, Bil-! ly Haynes won the 100 yards dash 2-5 and B." C. Olson fourth in 52 seconds. 100 Yards, Union Men W. Haynes won in 12 ,3-5, a strong gust of wind dead against the run- preventing better time. Tug'of War Teams of 9; 1600 Ibs -limit for-cup won last year by Foresters. The pull- ing created great excitement. Two teams were from "White, ;Bdmonton, Bageball Club: ;Bear beg to you that directors of the Calgary club do not features of the afternoon and created the.greatest enthusiasm. There'were no less than thirty three proud moth- ers, each with lined up on.the big platform where the judging- was.carried on. And each of course, as was natural, firmly be- lieved hers was the finest. And fine No 6 'first Bulled the fairly easily. The carpenters PluUed 11 sec., the-220 yards-dash in 29 6 mine and the other.from No S the 100 yards for union men and era! seconds. Rash'captured the mile and, the two mile, Duncan the ihgh jump, Piton the 440 yards dash in 54 1-5 seconds, and Pearson th :oalf mile in 2 min. 7 4-5 seconds. The Baby Contest The baby contest ;was one of the T i T ii'ce t -2nd (Ham ?5, by-Piche and Mead; 3rd (pair Union overalls, Sadowski.) Pearson. Time, 12 3-5. Cup, 'won by team of Ko. 6 shaft -A.' R. I Co miners. Two mile (gold watch by T. and L. C.) "Rasa; 2nd (pipe and case, Arcade) Johansen; 3rd (goods value Stafford'Agnew Co) Lawson. Time 11 min. 7 sec.' 100 yards, Trades and Labor Coun- Hic.k-Sehl Co.) Pearson; 600 T then had "to pulf NoVs7'but "after a compelled' E by P. Burns by 1st pairs "of. by TV. J. Nelson, F. Gow, P. Crosbv TV' IH! T "When Miner met came the tug of wa-r" No. S team, six of 'them being fcers. Consolation tcaiu, 'uiem oeing Scotchmen, days from feel-that -they can make anv chance ?fes they were; me four -y. j i cfeJLi v i j J Co" .the proposal fora post season ser- p cfews11' Messrs- McNab, J. viesVsiren yo.iMn my letter of vester- of Victoria.' B. C., and E. ,day.. As President jEckstorm does not O'Dell, -of Washington; D. C nnoli-TMaj? 1 Were annaHer) at .inclined .to back up our conten- Pi676 appaUed at problem tion.-ln-the-matter I do not see that of out tiae-besr. Ife. from you. to'the, Jn. today, disbaad. pay President Tuckwell thought the saf- ould be'to-leave it to the decide and so each baby in, tum held up to-the crowd, the being that the on'e that received the heartiest applause sho.uld be nam- L' :A' (box of carpen- 7.5-0, by T, 2nd (one LAST ACT OF SEASON PROFESSION- AL BALL AN ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON OF SPORTS TO BID FAREWELL TO CALGARY'S 1910 BASEBALL TEAM curtain rung on professional baseball in Calgary at the1 .field., held by the 'Ji The weather was very uncertain, b'ut i nevertheless there wag a good crowd qut to give'the boys a farewell, and express -their -wishes to the-best and most gentlemanly baseball team that ever stepped into Calgary. The sports -were good and produced plen-cy of action. A feature was the pie eating contest for boys under twelve. These youngsters had to kneel and eat a? pie with their- hands tied behind, and the first one on his feet who whistled was to be the winner. The boy that finished, first, however, was not .the winner, as he could not whistle, and young Ell- iott, the'next finisher, was declared the winner. One of the most was the accurate throwing contest. Eddie Geehan won, .hitting the board with both shots. Kellackey was sec- ond and Duggan third, after 'throwing off a tie with Pat Flanagan. Del Paddock was first in the sacks. Jimmy Flanagan and Dretchko tied for second and third in fifteen and a half seconds. In the saw-off Wally got second and Flanagan-third. The lady's ma-n on the team proved to be Peter Standridge. This was de- cided by vote. Each spectator was given a card to vote with, and when ing Standee and crack battery. Ferdie ed for "the Regulars, but" ered .around ,M in sp that he was all in when Jt pitching. their r GARAGE BKOWJSD- COSMAtf CO. Five Stalls, with locktM, tto reasonable. Cars wmhed, polithni and delivered. to THE CEdmonioQ The last week of the WMtarn Cm- _.. "rijtht! "P I Flanagan, left; Geehan, centre; Man- ning, pitcher, and Stanley catcher. j mouths of Edmonton snd ftng. 1' tend to a taftte in first; becker, Chandler, Stokes, Turner, Seiden-l Tllere a number of gporti short; pa Calgary who dacry the of" that cltj The of .the fod baseball club should apt lows: '..-vo. Itaken to arbitrary stand on 3, Seidenbecker. Time, 12 dock; 3, Sml-th. Paddock; S, J-Im Flanagan. Time, 15 1-4. President must _____ the games should be played there. Ctl- gary made a big fuss about that phnse in the telegram, Jn fact based their whole stand upon it, while in GOOD-BYE TO :p -VJ-Q jlfc meant nothing at all. H'A we really believe that President JMiddleton and his directors would CARNEY AND MOST OF His TEAM pave, .split the aeries be- the ballots were counted Peter had won in a walk. The prize was a hand- some gold medal, presented by Joe The medal was engraved" with Peter's name and an inscription: 'The most popular. player on the Calearv team, 1910." Babe Clynes won the long distance tnrow. Everyone who has seen Babe .n the games knew he had some wins but .they were given' a surprise on Sat- urday. -Babe .threw into the grand stand, netting is only seven yards short of the record. .ball game regulars -and Chan's- was called jn the fourth with the' Semi- Pros tne master of the, situation by a MAKE THEfR DEPARTURE number of the Calgary professional, baseball players sadd goodbye'to Calgary and, -their friends yesterday for some time at least Manager Carney and Mrs Car- ney; Matt. Stanley and Babe.'Clynes went to Seattle. Chuck Connors left for Boston, Eddie Geehan -went to Ta- coma and Dell Paddock to Vancouver Kellackey, Standrilge, Manning and Duggan will remain over and become Calgary citizens. All of these players have positions in the city.. Wally Smith will leave for Vancouver tonight and report to Bob Brown for the rest of the Northwestern season. Moose Baxter of the Edmonton team will re- main in Calgary and go into business here. Moose has already bought .out the Turkish baths' from T. Atkinson He is going make extensive al- terations and make the. baths the most' the two cities, but lor Manager Carn- Crliey seems to a di' popular and up-to-date in the west ignoring all the of a post-season series, foolishly acceded to his demands." ;We do not entirely blame the -Calgary .directory- one man who has made a farce of the Western Canada League ending who has.practically killed Ed- monton and ,jjj Win. Carney 'And even -with all'his dererness Ms raking up of technicalities, he over-stepped the mark, and by slip- ping ,up on Tuesday, brought his house of-cards to the ground He has not added to his baseball uon by his work this season, and'we :eer certain --that even the admiring baseball fans of Calgary'.will'have had an elegant sufficiency'.of -the woull-be w u c dictator of the Western Canada ed across their co-workers 3 to the Lethbridge -News) F-armisr and won the -cup. President.' fd 1i7inner. The appla j-ioaiuciiu -was ridiculous in fieartj' was so cuous n eac, case of the as President Sck- held up, that the judges -bound to 'Ijack up the s- teH was the loudest claamp-. of. Edmonton -for "th So then started at on Two MiJc Run Ten entered. Farmer led for the first mile, setting a stiff pace. Spence and Procter dropped out at the-mile and several others followed before the 1 1-2 -mile -was reached. A-t the 1 1-2 mile Johansen had got in the lead with ijawson second, while Farmer had dropped to third. Lawsou tried to take the le and held it for wm, lorged -ahead in .the stretch and Jo- hansen also repassed him before the tap was .reached. being Rash, Johansen; Lawson. Time, n would be'to-leave it to the 'to T.he Iead in "the last round lap, but Rash ftews) Farmer. dw Hdwe {over McKeown i Mrs. Cameron; 2nd 'Oar- --VJ-. i _ v- -jiini tiar- doniere, ?2.50, by.. ;-Kerkham Mrs. Vere; 3rd (flowers and vase Taj- lor Floral airs. Tuckwell Sgg- and spoon 'race, 50 (Handbag, Johnston Hall; 2nd los" Mrs. 'Cameron. Girls' races, --funder >r, in case of the T seconds. Fanner dropped 1A j.v_ x. to fifth', place. Consolation One-quarter Mile tne atartea ai one end asain AT nr i artatemenu, Deacon Daid off and really jud-ed upon It? thf Iead at tbe 0-docfc and-the Western ?erlts- followed this "by a long SSef mg 7- competitor league seaaon was-.dead." deliberation in.-the committee's" anidous fathers -and mothers waiting at a respectful 50 yards T 1 WINS CHAMPIONSHIP I four-.which they con- a _i-____. l.sidered the fircr Following is the program of races Sept.: In 'the womeii the .first prize winner -vivjtoe: champion defeat- ed MES. Rice, of Philadelphia in the.finals the Canadian -here, Miss Morse beinff Mrs' :R month 'Reggie.' with list of prize-winners -in full: 100 yards prize (clock, 515, given by T. L. C.) W 2d (plate CUP' ran away Tsrith Miss Roteh the England champion, 6-H) 100 Yards Billy Haynes won this event in 11 seconds by about a foot with G. W Mead and H. Piton almost tieing for -won four championships, i Ontario, Niagara, On the Lake and ork, second, the former, however, getting There Jump were five entries, the start Count being made at 4 ft 6 in. Pearson dropped at that height. The remain- ing four, Duncan, Mead, Haynes "and Rash continued without, a miss until 5 feet was reached. Duncan cleared but the other three missed tneir three turns, giving Duncan first. Starting again at 4 ft. 10 in., all three -cleared eas-ily. At 5 ft. they missed again. The rod was down to 4 ft. 11, at which Rash failed. Haynes and Mead then tossed: for second prize, the fomi- er winning. One-Half Mile Run Seven .three- dropped AVC. Messer Proprietor .iSnccessor to C L Easement Oliver BIfc. Barber Shop in Connection jJ. W. .Mead; 3rd, (goods value 55 by 'A. H. Piton. Time, 11 sec. Half mile prize, (travelling set value S20, by R. A. V Piersoa; 2nd, (Stetson Hat, by Cor- nell and J. R. Rash; 3rd (pipe, value ?4, by R. W. Wallace) A. C. Stewart Time. 2 min. 7 4-5 sec. 'Slow cycle (-suit case, val- ue ?6, by Lethbridge Saddlery Co.) Olson; 2nd (wrist watch, val.ue T. and L. C.) Stevens. 220 yards (Diamond pin value S20, by T. and L. C.) 2nd (fruit tray, value by T and L. C.) Mead; 3rd (goods value by Eentley Co.) H. Piton. Time, 29 2-5 _ (glass bowl, value by E. A. Ewert) Dun-can; 2nd i s 2nd i Co.) Ohumick; 3rd Emma Boulton. Boys' Racea Baseball mitts Three-legged race. 50 1st (box of w. Wishart and J T Ihompson; 2 E. A. Martin- and John Craig; 3rd Wallace. The Hazel from t President Tuckwell ,1. lucKweil after the last ev.ent had been .pulled Childrens' Races 12 Olive Williams- Stevenson; 3rd, Leader. Girls 11 (prizes sec. first round. Pearson "ran race and won JE 2- min. 7 with- Rash a good second.'. 220 Yards Dash Haynes led off the field of Haynes led throughout, win- ning by a yard in 29 2-5 sec., -with second and Piton third. Old Men's 50 Yards Whally who was handicapped five yards, showed his competitors a clean pair of heels, -winning' with about 20 I1.1 yards to in 6 3-5 sec. Ashcroft dropped out half way. 440 Yards Daeh Piton from tihe start ran a very strong race, distancing his competitors and finishing with plenty to spare in 54 1-5 sec. Mead second, Stewart third. Hop, Step and Jump Fo.ur entered. Duncan lead off clearing 38 feet 3 in., which none of lis four competitors could approach Stead coming closest ft. 6 37 'ft, 5, and 36 ft, il. The next toot vut (goods value So, by Hudson's Bay 3rd (clock value S3, by'G H Height 5 ft. .d -.metfa .racfc 50 1st (fruit ?5; 'by McPierson Co.) Whalley 2sd'- (rocking, value SS.50- by man. Standard Purrtiture Co.( G.- Ml.Harris; 3rd: Thompson. Time 6 3-5. suit case THE AIJEXAXDKA BAEBEE SHOP Rear'Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel HJsfc Class Work Everything on the .Square Patronage Solicited. FRANK THOMAS Proprietor." No better Cigarette the world over than "The. purest form m wJuch can If. smoked tors} 2nd, and 3rd, Marijon Seaman; Kempt. r' e; tfegrey; 3rd, Leslie Sea! TuckWell; 3rd, '-Birdie ir; Smerek' Gins 8 years, 25 Iffan 9ri.r? T___ fjav" CnarHe Jones; 3rd, 'itoy 9. John Clemeuce Pirock; ;