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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER-I, 1911 PAGE THREE NEW STEAM ROLLER IN BASEBALL: THE BRAVES .VMily-livi! Kvc'i-s. is a but Johnny has shown that' lic'lvis Hli.ll 'Mar- [torn liter-, companvv ily oilt- fielders arc all averaging un- i tier twenty-live. }n atjililldu all TONIGHT TONIGHT (Bv Clralldaml.KiceV. Has George Stalling -launched a machine that wills be. another Units'winner us. the ljubs, Tigers anil others 'were lirst thrown into, the. shade .of. the uliye Shillings is more than passing con- has'inst siiclj a, ciiiiic-a machine that will predomin- ate next year 'just as it .predominat- ed from July of this last year after it obtained i'ts proper physical crntli- (tion and its morale. We discussed this point ..with Stull- iiiBS after the rec'cnt. series, and it was his belief that the Braves would tie unbeatable again next. year. huve already he said, we had no. joke club, but one of the best i that ever played. And most of my men are any other championship club on record. Bill .James is only twenty- it ji'O Rudolph, is -but twenty-live: Tyler is but twenty-three Gowdy is tout twenty-four Schmidt is under "Tracked By the Secret Service" OR FOURTEENTH EPISODE OF "The Million Dollar Mystery" See This Episode and See The Best 3 Jones, the saves by causing the arrest of Florence and Jim this, 1 have two grand pilch- 'and :on .to join the Bip 'L'hrec, and., by spring they will be as. ib'ueh 'improv- ed as James was over last. I have a club that should be much better-.ii'cxt I year than it was this last club fully protccU.il ,riow against cidcnt or hard luck. And-ironi .July. of last season, when was at i last rearranged and molded, .we play- 1 ed at a .'81) clip. Suppose next year we drop 101) points to'a .680 clip? What club is' there to beat us We've conic to'stay a while at the top, and next October we' will be out there protecting our world series Hitle as Atoll as the Macfcmen protected theirs until they humped into the buzz USES ONE RACKET 25 YEARS Veteran' Philadelphia Playei He Holds Record Thinks FREDDIE WELSH TOO 'GOOD FOR WOLGAST BOUT ATiNBW YORK STOPPED IN EIGHTH .Freddie Welsh1 of "England, world's! champion lightweight defeat- j ed ;Ad' Wplg'asl forme'r'.'holder of the at Now J York Monday night. Referee Roche' stopped the bout at the end of the j round when Wolgast complain- j led tb'at a small hone arm g was broken. in his right 'doctor who examined the injury i announced that the ulna bone fractured; .Wolgast .said he nevsjr bad any with his right arm .he- '.Both men weighed in at 135 pounds tit. 2'.-o'olbck oK with two. jabs to the Jace.. Wolgast 'bortd in for the body, quicker, jabbed and hooked to. left- irtiile Wolgaat got in Hwo hard'lefts-to Me body. Iniithe "second.round Wolgast. ignor- ed .Welsh's i stiff'; jabs -aod administcr- leti punishment with both hands on Ithe body This was the onlj round in iivbich'-Wolgast-.had the ailvsiitage. In the third Welsh-shot his left re- peatedl} to the lace side stepping so fliitr man; of tfrfmgs vfere" wild Ai the end of the fourth -round WolftasJ's right eje was. bleeding Welsh kept these tactics in the flltn and his footwork fceiitf'too last lor Wolgast at long range During the seventh round rt was pecn that Wolgast was not using his tifflht hand and in the eighth Welsh give him a merciless drubbing A smarting right uppercut Wol- gast to the lopes and was jipundfag.him with both hands at Hie fcell Wolgast returned to his corner with ihis right arm limn at his side The [referee examined Stopped the bout the injury and BOXER CHARLEY WHITE Chicago Til 3 insure themselves against loss in case of an fcocifoht that might prevent .the bout, the promoters who arranged the pnatch in November 9 be tfteen Charles White of Chicago and {Teddfe Welsh of England today took put-ail .accident .policy for on M'hlto) The CbioafB fighter wae in a Btirfons automobile accident a week but without injury !S THROUGH Packey "MeFarland bridegroom fcrewery owner and one of tht. feu f Ithtera who nan retired from the ring without meeting a defeat is home fcuzzin; about the. boulevards n ith his fcride io the McFarland automobile Packey laughed Idud and long when BBked .If: he was .being managed by Bill tfolan and nas endeavoring to linrt .a'tnatch -with 'Freddie-'Welsh for the lightweight BUdently PacXey was folks in San and Denver on the wij poine Of course there is always a came back aftei there is smajl prospect that McFarland will ever (ion the ring ipangles for serious again OLD .COUNTRY RUGBY Yorkshire Cup Kull 11, Hull Kingston j Hunslett 12 Keighley T Batley 2, Bradford 0. Lanefltftir Cup Rochdale Hornets.'O, Wldnes 0. Warrington 22, Salford 10 Leigh 0, Wigan Barrow 3 Oldham 1b tijeMt 25, 3. .St..Helens 6. SHOULD BE FAVORITE .Getting hasn't started on the George Chip-Jimmy Clabby middle- weight contest afc'San Francisco November tlie same hill tonight, there MH also be seefl well UP to the Sta'ilahil standard. Diogenes Disgusted Col. Oiogenes snuffed' out his lan- tern and. crawled Into his barrel. "It's no .use working this he growl- id. "These Baseball magnates bold the_ stage. UHLAN STILL BREAKING RECORDS world's cham- pion trotter, carrying pounds, with C. K. G. Billings, owner, in.the saddle, Sunday broke the world's re- cord made by for of a mils with a running partner, negotiating the dlstance.in 13 seconds flat. former was flat. The WAR PICTURES AT "orfrnday and Saturdaj the press promises tlie- people of .Leth- pridge the greatest war pictures yet produced the nnbterpiece of the em studio, "The Boer iu five complete reels. Great Britain'si share in. tne ofesent makes this feature one of special interest, at the present time, showing as it does, the British 1 soldier in action. Amoiig the battle scenes, shown are. the, battle of.Elands- laagle the tikin" of Almonds Nek and the battle of Wagon. Hill. This feature surpasses any war drama yet produced and as a military spectacle surely this feature- has never been Herald Football Competition THE BIJOU We are proud of the British, .army and the men "who fill its but to us the army in heing is a sealed hook. i Until quite recently, it was by no means easy for a civilian to get into the baraclrs unless he had special busi- ness there, or desired to see a soldier relative or friend; and even now, if a civilian does wa'ilt into the barracks, it is long odds against him seeing anything of real military interest, which he can. understand and appre- ciate. Modern soldiering is so scien- tific.anuVfull-QfJ.echnIcalitie6 that, in- teresting as'it iS; it has" to be" put very Ijefore ''the', non-professional public, if it is to be comprehended with, enjoyment. In this connection.1 a, picture can do more than any other medium nof elucidation. It. maizes a higli-class entertainment. OE populK Hues of subjects previously more in the -domain, of the gunnery expert or staff college student, and, as an en- tertainment pure and' simple, the film 'The British justifies its ex- istence on this score alone. This wonderful film will tie shown at the Bijou Theatre on Friday and Saturday. Tonight the1 Bijou Theatre is show ing a true picture of the battle of Leb- i heke, on the main road to Antwerp, taken, by special correspondents of the Topical an .Old Country war week'iy. The management of jou. theatre.appears to be setting-the pace in war as the battle of Lebbeke has not been- shown in Leth- bridge as yet by'any other theatre. In Prizes First Week First Prize Second Prize AND ONE PRIZE OF Rules of the Competition. 1 Ino competitor will fill m the coupon below, striking out the team which he or, she thinks will lose, and striking out both teams-where a is anticipated. 2. Twenty-five cents must accom- each-entry. One person is at liberty to send -as many., entries as he wishes, but" each must be accom- panied by twenty-five cents 3. The amount of prizes will