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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta A OTHER W. C. L. GAMES BIG LEAGUE GAlS HOT STUFF ABOi IT WO PAY YOU TO PACK A TRUNK nothing, else ,but balls, i .clubs.- fishing tackle, etc take along., on the family vaca- rton. "There would be-lots more fui health than you out 'c'f' a- dozen trunkfuls Qi .clothes. GET.'ypUR SPORTiNG TOOLS here if you" want Brau- aon, wot grounds. At Calgary, no game Edmor ton, wet grounds. Cubs, With Few Changes Fly Pennantward The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co Deacon White Thinks He Got Very Raw Deal PHONE 1032 Gotch Quits the Wrestl- ing Game and Will Li ive- on a rarm ROUNd 87 The More He it the hot- ter He Get (Calgary Albertan) The.more Deacon White manager of Edmonton Baseball club thinks of if, the more firmly- is-he convinced that the league, president has given him a raw deal by -throwing- out two of the Lethbridge series..-.; Yesterday Deacon-'stated -that''he would put the whole'-thing up-to-the national commision, and feels sure they will reverse President Ecks-trom's decision. Deacon said ;if they were ir- regular, or if the president thinks that L-etnbndge laid why does he not throw out the whole-.'three games in- stead of two? L :Iri the' three- games Deacon's team only played twelve 'innings just a lit- tle over one game and-he was asked if tins-was liotr the reason whv the -presi- dent'threw out two. only. Beacon re- pned that he did not know but he-did know that his team had to fight: hard to win the games. "They owed us the games and that was the onlvAvav we could get them T-'as Lheri'asked how'it was he game's in the .Moose'Jaw Won Lost p r fa ridge ;Kegina '17' 16 Jo .12 11' .15' 23 might have been about it and obtained permission'from the president to play uui thar his teatf oi the series. He will pitch Dell todav .-the -sunflower good in the workout and if handsome Jack How long can-a winning combination last? The Chicago Cubs have really ma-de this a vjtal question. Since 1906 when they lost -the world's title to the White Sox to the present day. they nave kept the same old team with the exception of Hofman in centre field and a- new catcher and a trio of. pit- chers. Siagle alone of that old win- iung combination is gone. -It is safe to say that the. Cubs never played better ball than they have this season. How long will it last? Can any team no matter how great hit it up for more than five years with no radical changes? It is up to the Qubs to "prove that point now. when Steinfeldt and Sheckard joined the team five years ago both were considered veterans and looked ,upon as material to round out the season. But they have "stuck on. Despite reports that his legs hopelessly gone, Steinfeldt continues" to make his triples and homers Like- wise he steals a base now and again Sheckard still can pick balls'off his shoelaces, and is hitting better than since be left Brooklyn. How-do vou jiigure it out? 'Is the pace set "bi: Chance. Tinker and Evers enough to keep the others at their top notch year m and year out? .There are many who'believe that the Cubs will not present the same line up season. Even then they will Sox who faced them in 'that weN j remembered world series of 1906 the or'tliree pitchers j'flalsa, Smith and White) are catcher Ev'Idn DouSaerty. S.IOZIG ftorns friiit that team Jse, even iiu-o done ha-s proven it. He is doing his lev-I best to instil ihat ball many baseball followers scoff at. But ei'ery manager today is doing his best to msfal -that "inside" ball into his plav I ers.- Brains counf for as much in ha ball as behind the telling pavers dow. Sportirig Editor Says cwitellf fries :Hacl A Small Crowd Saw a Gocd Game Last baseball game tween Saskatoon and Leth- ;bridge is being played this afternoon, the game being called at four o'clock. The 3-lmers-took a whole game in one inning last night when, thev made runs in a bunch ih'the third inn- Ings, while .Saskatoon could only oniv e onf in- eacil three innings. not lar to CllUUoJl LO c.eate a great deal of excitement but m spite of that the teams out good sample or-ball. The score .up -Bennett, cf Jones. '2b Wilson. If Davidson, c Sebaefer. lb Harper, ss rf 3b Cordon, p Lethbridge Mac-kin, 2b jOriet, .ss ____ Zimmerman, if c Dudley, rf O'Hayer, lb Corrigan, cf Avery, p By saskatoon- EXTRACTS FROM THE GAME ACT At Boston wte, Lang and Payne; 9'-5.. 8- '2. and St. Louis 4 4 18 10 ---a, Hammond Ross, as''a ,ue um-r day the richest turfman in England .He left .-'f: IT ft V JL. O Partridfle, Pheasant and ,Prairie Chicken may be Killed In October The following extracts are taken from the 'Game Ducks geese may be legalh- hun-tod between the 23rd of and, the 1st day of January. Kails' and'coots-between the 1st day of September and the 1st of January. sandpipers, plover and- cur- E lew between September 1st and Janu- Oary 1st. 0 "partridge, pheasant, ptar- U migan and -prairie chicken .'between 0 the 1st day. of .October and November 1st., provided "that no English pheas- ant shall be taken-or killed'at any time. nor shall more than tw.entv" birds of the 1'aip.ily gallinae in the act on the firs ay.-qf the week commonly known a unday. hS- shaH traP- take hoot at, wound or kill any animal or r game birds between one hour ofter unset and one before sunrise -s: ful .wrestler ever seen'. in this Country. Imagme Bunis -sobbing: until T ,.jjuiuo was Jeffries minute- of-'the nr and that he, was t ..down.. Jim., Corbett chief __ j._, oj J J.i wilhs and Bresnahan; BeU'Dessau EASTERN At Baltimore t2 hunting story to tell. It is not that they hunted anything, but the other, way about as they turned out to be the hunted ones and Judge Bazin es- caped a dangerous wound only by. a hair's breadth. J WALSH PUT IT OVEK COLERIDGE They were making a portage from one -small lake to another when the} found two bear wihich they start ed to.carry to their boat intending to mng ,them back to the city. Sudden y just as they we're approaching their goal; and saw Mr. G-lackmeyer 'their companion they heard an angry grow and saw a big female- making a- rush :or them. They ran for a short dis- Lance but the bear was too fast for hem, and they were soon overtaken. Thinking they could retain at least one >f the young ones, they dropped one o the ground and went on running. However, the mother soon was after hem and" they had -to' let go the other ne. J.ust at this juncture Mr. Glackmey- r who had seen them coming and had ecured a gun fired at ahe bear .which 1. and.she made a third carge, tearing -Judge Bazin's coat nd wounding him slightly. The three nen reached their boar, before the ear reached" tihem. Judge Bazin went at once to La- elle where his wound was attended to. ILL DAHLEN TO MANAGE BROOKLYN IN 1911. New York. Aug. announce-, ent by President Charles H. Sbbetts j of the -Brooklyn team t'hat "Bad Bill" i Dahlen will manage the team again j next year was a -bit of welcome news j to Brooklyn fans. Although The Dodg-i I crs cannot finish better than in sixth I place this year. Dahlea is given cmlii' for handling of the Team.! Brooklyn has lost nearly 3f> sanies by i one whioji means that if the team) had two or three really good batters! it would now be well up in ;he first! division. Dahlen has announced that j he have a 2.rt per cent, better hit- j ting year and -he. Brooklyn! fans arc building: hopes, their! cnief amusement since the old Haulon I regime. well contested game of baseball was played on. the Coleridge diamond pn. Thursday afternoon between the locals and a team from Walsh The score at the end of the first two inn ings was 4 to 0 in favor of Walsh. In the fourth the local team got down to and rolled .up a of gt but at the close- of the game the vfs itors had succeeded in winning two runs more than the Coleridge bovs "At t, btaaord and Finneran. At Toronto Holmes arid McAJIfster- and MBfe> Raso-n. Barbench and Fitzgerald; umpSs oyle and Hurst. ASSOCIATION At, Almneapolis 7 6 Aitrock and Smith; West and Hart- y; umpire Owens. At Paul 5 11 >eroy and -Spencer; Hall anS Reil- ey; umpires Ferguson and Bush At Kansas'City 10 Powell and James: and Car" ineyn make good.. to-play Wmi nai Boston Traveler. .Jeff, can club to league club, for what the offi cial statement declares. is the highest price ever paid for a class D t hrtfirt-T. il __ _______ Indianapolis----- 10 7 Dougherty and Gehring and umpires Chill and Bier- though the .amount was not announc- ed. Toney's achievements include ,a j 17-innin.s: no-hit g-ame in which he i halter. struck out-19 batsmen. NORTHWESfERN At _ j Spokane -.Vancouver M Tacoma Tacoma TWO BALL GAMES TOMORROW Lethbrida-e play two games tomorrow at a.m. and 6 p.m. Cigars and Tobacco A. C. Messer Proprietor i Successor to C. I. Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection 0 4 3 16 1 BASEBALL BRIEFS "Mc'Aieer's pitchers are receiving most excellent support. No team in ilie "country is putting up a stronger tderensive game than the Nationals: I That inSeld is of the stonewall variety iKIberfield, -McBride and Killifer make a combination that will be hard to oeat. Cy Young says: "A fighting man- ager with a fighting, team will win three times as many games as a brainy outfit with a "brainy manager. Give me the fighter every time. That's how Detroit has won so often. Jen- nings is the sort of- manager thar does wins, too." Tommy Leach did not go to Youngs- town to see rhe bonesetter, because Kcese is on his vacation in Europe, instead he visited a more orthodox practitioner, who fixed him up. with- out twisting and maulSnj; and sinews, and in a jiffy. declared Tommy fit to get into the same right off the reel. Sift MyOffersf and no matter how close, you'r look you .won't find any '.i good values in my stock Shirts, Underwear. Neckwear and other that make up the -liieK'4 of Men's Furnishings r' I s> A bang-up line of beautifui- English Poplin new- going Sole Agency for the Slater Slioe MEN'S MAN Next to Eureka Theatre Round St. Sis r )f (.Tie De- (Jatigh-l insen- Hugh'.Jennings, the pilot of (.Tie De rroii. Tigers, has a 13-year-old ter named -The insep- whenever the'famojis Hiighey Plays in his iiomo city, Grace the rudiments or the same, almost as well as her rather and iu's optimistic- ind characterisric sinile IH plainly vis- in his daiiyhter's features.' P. 0. GAKAGE andi OOSMA3ST CO. Five Stalls, with lockers, Rates reasonable. Cars washed, polished delivered. 246 Westminster Road I ;