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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta GIANTS WILL CRUCIAL TEST PLAY BALL IN CUBA ON THE U.S. 520 and arc three exceptionally strong lines in Fit-Reform Overcoats. National Laague Champions Accept Chicago, Oct. crucial stage Offer from Havana Promoters 1911 football will bo reached Sat-j For Tour i urday wbeu Chicago and Minnesota' iSVrr York, Nor. cheque ai Minneapolis, and Harvard j I2.43G.S9 was in the hands of each of meets Princeton for the first time In nlnetem players of the New York >'ears at Princeton. These rfevons tionals after the world's eerios, strong contenders for their re- their share of the proceeds of thy Jsuectlvo titles. As neither Chicago games. Tw0 other players, Catcher 'U0r -Minnesota "ns lost a game- the Hartley and Infiolder Paulette, dlvirt-! winner will be In a position to lay ed one of the mmaining shares, to the col'iege championship, former getting and tho Harvard-Princeton strusgle will ter IC09.10. One full remains, Prccnleuce over any struggle In mid that wffl probably bo divided be-i This will be the first meot- tween Coach Wllber Robinson, Pitch-! mS "BIB Fivc" aud tho resuh wi" or Outfielder Burns, and Trainer Ed. The players racc- inade up a contribution among them- j for AL who traded to Boston in tJia middle of the i whereby latter will draw -down the equivalent of one-half of a regular share. Having lost out In, tha series, the juayers have decided to accept the pro position of Cuban promoters, and take a Jjinnt to the Island for twelve You can get the most attractive styles, in the nioit attractive effects, that these pricei have ever bought. eliminate ilio losor from tho eastern SAM LANGFQRD HAS FIVE BOUTS BOOKED Boston Heavyweight Signed to Meet Five Aspirants for-Title In Aus- tralia Boston, Nov Langford, Bos- ton heavyweight, and his manager, tocb a trip would not have been per- i Joe Woodman, "with L. Davis, slipped had they iron the world's I Quietly out of town yesterday iu a players will for Vancouver, B. C., whore they Jiuro an November 10, and will sail will -board the steamer ZealanAia for Cuba on tho regular trip on De- cember IS. Gamea will ba jAayod on ta'iuirdays, Mondays and Thursdays for foor Teaks, mating 12 RKciS In all. Thy playcra have ibcon and expen- Jor tho trif. Kanager McGrav trill be iu charge cf the team during the Cuban invasion And you get the Fit-Reform tailoring the standard of Canada in every Overcoat., whether or SKILL COMES WITH PRACTICE IN BOWLING McKELVIE Sydney, Australia. It was given out that their destination was Lfls An- gefes, but from a reliable source it was learned that they are going to sailing date would preclude a visit to Los Angelas. Porky Flynn is to accompany them, joining them at Montreal or Chicago. Jjangforxl has a contract with Promo t- THE TRAFFIC IN HUMAN FLES1 When reading .of baseball players cut ha irlll not. hare his. full team, er Mclntoatt for five fights at Syd- bsing and sold, doubtless wo bare all wondered how such' a system can prevail in a free-country and the men themselves not revolt at such an Infraction of tho law of individual aod Murray wiSI Xe out of tho vhtire Jack Johnson annexed tho j freedom. "Indeed it is marvelous that Itae-ap, -their plates oeiug Uikeu by Devlin and Backer. Some of the star battery "wlH alfk. ue raiscing. Ubief irlll leave next week for- his homo in California, to give per- sonal attgntion to his fruit farm. Nine tralia. subject, threaten to strike Perteveranct Main Factor In 01 King-Pin Also Not Absent Alley bowling, like any other sport offers'u sUidy to tho ner. Many In their game hnng up n pretty tidy score, and 'then In future attempts wonder why tho same success does nut attend their efforts It's simple enough to the vote mil, ami 'the answer Is found In practice practice, practice. thure are scores and scores of bowlers in I I ..oth brlil go today who have scored 150 or rattling fino total for their maiden effort, ,'and who, In stray visits to the alleys, have been unablo to got within strik- ing distance of the sumo figure. I Why this should occur time nod ag- [aln is one of the mysteries of, tin jsport. One might believe that bowl- ling lacks ijiis elemeiu of science, and .that it is purely a matter of luck whe- I ther a player makoa a big score or .not.1. Hut while luck certainly cuts a .large figure In every game, It requires skill to hung up big counts. In case of the player, who ?bowls like a veteran in his first game, JH IB simon pure 'hick, and can be re- I gardeil as nothing else, for; it weeks of constant practice to perfect a stylo tlmt will permit him to pick- up spares, as well au make strikes. Those "Back-Klcka" It isn't a difficult matter to knock lairthe pins down with the first ball, but it is (jirite different when ohe'fac- jes a spare. Sometimes luck is prom- jlnent, and helps out the bowler who 'is trying with his second ball to sweep off the alley tlie remaining pins. Very often.the "back-kick" si nothing more than one pin spinning off the alley, mid then back again and catching thi .piece of wood that seems determined to "stick." On other occasions a sin- Ig-le pin will roll about the alley and its course will most likely it t other pin 'standing. If tin-re is eain'-t a momentum with th'e pm that Wednesday, November I SeamlessHose Is Worth The Money No Other Kind Can Be For yourself, or your household, only Pen-Angle Hosieryl Because this jg- kind kuit to tit without u flttinil comfort, longer wear, less dnniing, no rips nor bulges. This is'tlw only hose made that really snugs in clwe and shapely to every curve of the foot and hasn't u yet you are not asked to pay more for it than you have been used to paying for the common kind. i P Full-Fashioned Seamless Man, woman or child, Pen-Angle Hosiery will fit }ou better and suit you best, whatever weight you want and color. The store you trade at keeps it. Just look for the trademark. Penmans Limited, Paris, Canada Underwear, Sweaters, Hosiery continuance thereof. While transfer foes have not reached in the mother- land the high notch they have attain-. ed here, there have he'an many cases where .a player has been sold for approximately "Tay 'is rolling, the player usually chalks up a Etrike. If he docs ho considers has made a lucky and these are by no means uncommon. Speed versus' "Stuff" say that bowling te purely O'Connor condemns ahe "system I matter of Inch, but mere are many titfe of world's champion. The names I thv3 trade "organizations have not vis- and hurls rocks at the Football As- which to view such an as- or hia opponents are not announced, j orously protested against such a me- j satiation for countenancing this "traf-' aerlion. For instance, the player -......v and I He in human ftesh and anil who depends merely on speed and ___ be test easels shortly i hits, tlw king pin. fuH on orea heavyweight ,who is now in Aus- hawked about there is no reason why j to bo tried in the law courts, which ;a bowling encounters a rove: once ant! for all whether split, terms another who uses hut Peter Felix will be one of them. Flyrin will fight Sam McVey, tte ool- t'hocl, for both in the abstract general .sense, if a player can the party are married men, and arc accorded the privilege of king- -thojr wives along, all ospen-Js being Is snld tliat Thomas a jMUivankee sporting writer, has eign-ed Ijaiisford and Flynn for several baseball system has introduced into England and 'applied to football players, hut tha latter with a greater pride in the liberty of. .Football Association is a body capable of governing ch a splendid game in the best interests of the public." .t medium fast ball and who escapes a split, on almost' the identical hit, lucky. The man with the "smoke" in making his exclamation did not INTERESTING PLAYh PULLiD OFF IK TlIC onaldtir that hia hall was so fast that t cut through the" heart of tbe pins nd- left the-corner ones standing, i'hlle tho Blower brill, suffused with scattered the pins. While lews are very divergent, it seems unanimous among tbe 'bowling raternity that a mulium fast ball with plenty .of "stuff on which is equivalent t curve, is vastly superior to speed and speed alone When Ball Reverses It takes a. long tirrie to master .a good delivery, for even with old tim- ers, 'balls have a cantankerous habit of reversing at' an inopportune mo- ment. Many times a player has start- ed for bis seat, thinking he has a spare "nailed to the only to see the ball curve the reverse way he had the'pin of pins altogether. Seldom does one see -two players .with the game style of deliv- ery, ,as -nearly every bowler has char- acteristics of -hia own. The writer will.never forget the ad- vice that he hoard a veteran impart to a and RS it is no secret, i'i may-'prpye of benefit to others. Tho veteran-said: 'Don't he. 'discouraged If you fail to get big scores right off the reel. BkilK only comes with'practice, and when you commence to pick up youi spares regularly, your scores will ma- terially, increase. it is advis- able othei DOttleis is from this you will pick up minj e little pointers, do not imitate tlieir style, the one that comes natural to 3011 Control is the first thing sou want to perfect that" remainder is easy with practice .WORLD'S RECORD BROKEN McOrath New of the Irish A. the 16-poiird hammer 187 feet 4 inches a-. Celtic jpark breaking tlic record held by John iriannsan, by throe feot. -JiIeGratb's new record, it is bu- lieved, will :be-aceeptefl oy The A.A.U. NATIONAL. COMMISSION TO ffclGHT, BAM OOHNSOH, PRESIDENT Otf TM AMERICAN THOMAS UVNCH, PFtESIDEfrr OF HAT I ON A L LEAGUE. OARP5V 1 John Krjnklln Baker, the Idol of th champion Athlctict, it shown abov the act of swatting thr ball of home run In world's series.Inj won for the Philadelphia boysiGrounifs ire Murphy, of and put- we inlagalnat'the Glariti.. l( wai due to his In tha third contest. playsjonc of Ills most Interesting Is thatjtlns Mm Ntwein thlrsl >r banlnj and flnj plteh-'durinj tha third jams at- the Polo showing GianU, ehas- plan. FRIGHT KILLS IN Dtr ZT'S CHAIR Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. Townseud, twunly-three ye-irs old, of 1938 South Sixteenth strt'F.t fli'ad from fright in'a. dentist's chaf at .the Dr. Walter Paul. Sho Had. been'troubled greatly with a mo- iar and suffered h'evure pain, -After au examiiuitlon, Or. Paul dc- cltled to a small fiuantity of en cnine Into thq gum a-t tooth. After doing the base oC the the dentist nicked up his forceps and appron.3h.ed ttie patient, who at the gleam- ing instrument with open-eyed horror, he: was .about to roquest her to oiton her mouth, sho gave a, slight gasp and swooned. Alarmed the dentist decided to sum- mon aBsistartce. He called in Dr. S, A, -Lowenburff, of 152s South Fifteenth street. Dr. pronounced Lho Tvomsh dead, and said" that heart bad stopped when she saw tho furcepa. JINX FOLLOWS McFARLAND A real blaolt-Iiearted little persists in trailiug i'ackey MeFarland. .Sometimes the stock yards boy shakes him off and manHges to go through with a fight, but Uva hoodoo-alwaj'S hobs.up again, and ;by his persistency has made the cleverest boxer of them all the real 'hard luck kid." The 'jinx several years ago, allowed Packey to get a- way to a good start on .his climb lip the pugilistic ladder, hut before he had been long he jumped into the career of the fighting Irishman, and since thyn always to be reck- oned with and guarded against when there, is'a match ahead. And it seems to become more active every Tho local lightweight .has bent- en it off on some did when he fought Kid Herman .in Dav- enpoit jcars ago As a sort of mental Us bouts now ho must always scrap it. out with the jinx fiist and 'he gloom purveyor has twice beaten him to a standstill In the last two months'.. He is.tbe only one who has ever conquered Packer He dealt him the most crushing blow of his life when he put UK Quietus on the bout with Champion Ad Wolgast at Milwaukee this fall, and slipped him i nice punch last week In the calling off of tho Grover Hayes to Inn o been Biased at St Louis All tils bouts with Wells have also teen knocked 'on the head. Packey real the importance of this nil too prominent opponent md is continu ally friming up schemes to beat him I m m id deal now IK declares nd the thing I sign up for is going to tie pulled off if nave to box tor nothing am! lick ev- eiy sheriU md police chief in the countu I would be u Uumpion for my hard luck. :It's almost cnougl to m-lK n fellow quit tnmg Watch me will get him vet WIZARD A POKER GENIUS President Mirkham Can Twt Deuces Like Four of II Kind Ulilcago, Oct. best pokei player'3 middle has 'made good" an head of one o( the big gcst railway lines In Char II. Markham, of .the 111 inois Central since six monthd ago nas demonstrated that to knows roading as well as ho knows poker. Tbo men who dubbed.him chs plon in poker tod i> acclaim him gtn ius in ral'Jroad management. Clmrles Markham hasn't a pok fnce, hut lie .has a poker'brain, qui'2t, absorbing, secret-holding eyes Ho has -the reputation of lining hind a pair of deucet, watc ing hid antagonist, and never an eye Ate Unwisely? Sometimes people 4a, beotusi the itomioh i dlicemforl ll once, uid 1h< orerloid. lover led qulle iilh i boi o( NA-DRU-CO Dyipepoto il fe. a boi. II your hu not Hooked Irwm yd Mnd BOB. 'tft wt likll ......34 nll Alnp lOc. win null rtwfn. C.. ;