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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, NOVEN !BER 1, 1915 THE LETHSRIDGB, DAILY HERALD PAGE THREK BASEBALL DEllLS ON IT IN 'G01 HOME-RUN .BAKER .MAY GO TO YANKS AND LARRY CARD- NER TO ATHLETICS New York, N.Y., Oct. on the heels of a dying season, the Hot Stave leaguers hare begun their an- nual bombardment. Hints and rumor of, big deaU In baseball llm itock, Im- possible of comprehension, but of suf- ficient size to merit attention, were flying thick and fast In 'buiouaU clr- ciee hero today. Three-Cerntr Deal One which gained more credence than others was that of a three-cor- nered deal, In wh'fch the KM Sox, Athletics and Yankees will figure. It involves Frank Baker gbiag to the Yanks, Friti Maisel to-the Ited Sox lind Larry Gardner to the Mackmen. Cash, of course, figures In the switch. Several things gave an air of auth- enticity to the rumblings, one of Is the fairly well-known fact that Bill Carrigan would like to have a new man oh third next year In place of Gardner, who Is a veteran nod la slowing up, as ahowu by nig In big series. Another IB the relentless manner In which the Yankee owners have been endeavor- ing to get Baker's name to a New York contract. Yanks After Baker The Yank owners already are known to have offered for the home-run king .during the playing sea- son. The deal, It appears would be beneficial ail round. Connie Mack Is In sore need of a third baseman, and Gardner's acquisition would steady Mack's youngjisre. SASKATOON CITY TO ft FLAY BEGINA NOW Saskatoon, Basic., Oct. On Saturday the city team de- feated the 'Vanity, 15 to 4, in the decldlnc game to settle tbe rugby supremacy'in 'Northern- Saskatchewan, and thus earned the right to meet Regina on November 6 for the Hugo Ross Cup. REMUS ON THE IE Recollection! lom FUnnatan of Toronto Frank Moran will take Jens Wlllard's measure. '..when Iheae two huskies (lash, We recollect that Tom picked John- aon to clean Willard In abort order. Pelkey Galna Hlflh Honora 'Arthur. Pelkey, la the. world's cham- pion beaVjrweUrh't pugilist. That's In one department By the couiteay of one, BTed Fulton, Pelkey bit the dust twelve times In one Oshkosh, Mich, Won't Caught Napping Leach Cms le deyoUns a lot of time to modem dancing. Leach 1> after Johnnr Dundee. It was Dun- tana-o etaff that defeated Willie Ritchie and Croti to'not to be wpplw. Fellewtnt Father'e Feotetepc Old Bob ntMlKUBou] one of the Breateet flifcfen who ever donned a glove, UUaJn that his ton. Bob Jr., who jnat turned 19, ii the coming; champion of the heavyweight class. "Ruby Boo" jmee even farther than this. 1! can Uck1 all the 'earwetihtB of the'BMt 10 yeara" says Bob, whu Is in New York trying to frame up match for his ion. Bob Jr. -arouiitl 190 pouuds and lix feet one inch in' height He been travelling around the coun- try with hie father riving utilbitions of boxing and occasionally meeting iome boxer In the ring. Old Bob is anxloui to get his against Moran or Coffer, preferably tbe latter. It WM Funny t 'uffy MclnnU, who about the onlj good ball-player on tbe Athletic team, dlscustlng the playing of the Atliletici during the season just clos- ed, >ald: wai the best I ever bad. I v mean that I never had much fun: Wlen Collins and Baker and Murphy and Bender and Plank and Coombs were with it wata't any sport. All ire could' do was to feel lorry for the other team. Now I suppose I ought to feel eony for my own team, but we were so bad that I conldn't do any- thing but laugh. If you could hare seen in day in and day out, this sea- son, you wouM hare wintered why happened to pick oat baseball as a profeatlon. "I lucky in-not bavlng much to do. The only people that got to tint base were the onee Uiat walked. Tbe rest of them never hesitated at ay We Are Still In The Ring! AND OOIN6 THAN (VIM. D. E. NtcDonald GUNSMITH ant INDIAN tJOTOHCYCH Afent. Calgary Team Put Up Good Battle but Were Hopelessly Beaten, i 7-i SOME THRILLING PLAYS t, FLANAGAN PREDICTS MORAN WILL 'MAKE WILLARD LOOK SICK MORAN WILL MAKE WILLARD LOOK SICK Toronto, Ont, Oct. an will bent Willard said Torn Flanagan, today. "Johnson was trained to the minute when lie met Moran in tlrat Paris, ant! Moran fought him ALL TH5 Safety First Features of Stock Life Insur- ance Companies are incorporat- ed In the MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA ALSO: The get ALL, THE PROFITS This cannot be' said of stock Companies. "If it's Life Insurance, It MUST be MUTUAL" Phone or sec E'. R. J. FORSTER Phone 10th St. South. GREAT HORSED IS SOLD 'Lexington, Ky., Oct. Ballot, son of Voter, and reputed one of the greatest thoroughbred race horses of modern times, yesterday brought 800 at the Bale of stallions, brood marea and yearlings belonging to the estate of the late James B. Haggin, ship of Western Canada. While to De "corner i today was the disposal of Hessian, ;coro is a big one and one-sided, jn the 19th and 20th rounds. another stallion with an enviable re- aTmost of" Kama's' clever fighter, fast on His feet taking advantage a seasoned ring general, and a v P, 1, l-Tfilc A docs not indicate the play by any j means, v.'ere made by of the breaks by _ place at the rigilt time. Regina, course, deserved" to win, Clever Head Work "-Moriiri la an aggressive, and the ball only advanced a few yards as the wind sent it back like a balloon bpuncing off a brick wai and carried it away to one side oi the field to Smith, who seemed to have had the thing figured ouf when the lick was started, as he came tearing down the field at a mile a minuta clip, picked the ball out of the air on one of the nicest catches that ever was seen on a football field and ran across the goal line with no one near enough to oven attempt to stop him; The second one came on their on- side kick play: The ball was kicked to Wark who dropped back to inter- cept the play and he fumbled the ball on the catch, receiving it just as he was charged by the rushing Regina half-back and Longworthy, who was coming on behind, picked the .ball up and cantered across the goal, lines. cord ay a uire. He was purchased by A. G. Leonard of this city for ?3500, while Imp Sain, the other stallion to hard puncher. He is much fast- bo sold at this sale, brought 12900, sr than Willard, has hail more j and was bid in by George J. Long, the experience, and can hit as hard i Louisville (Ky.) turfman. as the champion." t> MANY HOCKEY PLAYERS GOING TO COAST Both goals were kicked by Wilson, the first being from a very difficult angle. Big Crowd One or the largest crowds that ever watched a rugby game in Western Canada witnessed Saturday's strug- gle and they thoroughly enjoyed ev- the 4 start to the finish. Music from the 68th Battalion Band and the Boy Scouts brass band added to the zest of things and kept the crowd in good spirits all the time. Vancouver, B.C.. Oct. That ten of the fifteen eastern players wanted on the Pacific -fr Coast for the- hockey season. from the eastern hockey cir- cles have practically decided to accept, the'higber tenha of the Pacific Coast magnates, is the E. G. Duncan, who for the past three and a half years has been on the staff of the Edmonton Y.M.C.A., has received an appointment as Y.M. C.A. representative with the military forces. Savage in Portland. ;iven out by the Portland hockey man. goes on further to say: