Western Canada Snapshots 1911     

Clarance DugganBill O'BrienJames Flanagan

Left - Calgary Bronchos lost the services of second baseman Clarence Duggan in July when he came down with a serious case of Typhoid Fever.  Middle - Calgary shortstop Bill O'Brien. Right - catcher Jim Flanagan.

Ferdy ManningPete StandridgeManning & Chick

Left - southpaw hurler Ferdy Manning. Middle - right-hander Pete Standridge. Right - Del (Ferdy) Manning and Clarence Chick (with Phil Lezie popping up between them). Below - Calgary outfielder Tug Wilson

Eddie GeehanBabe ClynesBill Carney

Left- hurler Eddie Geehan. Middle - outfielder Babe Clynes. Right - manager/outfielder Bill Carney

Hugh KellackeyWally SmithTug Wilson

Left - first baseman Hugh Kellackey. Middle - third baseman Wally Smith. Right - Calgary outfielder Tug Wilson.

Ten Million


The young outfielder with the most
unusual name began his professional
career in 1911 with Victoria, BC, Bees
of the Northwestern League.
Ten Million, later played on the
prairies with Moose Jaw in the
Western Canada League in 1914.