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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIBGE DAILY HEEALB v Page 11 Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for.these goods in Lethbridge and carry a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. 'CANADIAN ON ft) I ION PHONOGRAPHS Gim Gtm Cdmbitittlon iundtrd Combination Hchl. Home. Combination Triumph The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 41t ROUND HOWpLETICS SHOWED UP CUBS LATEST NEWS TURKS Night la i varies in which, the damduetrated beyond doubt that, they.; form, the; most powerful the fast set, they did more than o.utclaBs the in fieldinsr, and pitch- a department of the in which1 most critics believed the the American iKawed niucb margin of they did in mere me- L'tkejieries the.Athletics Jcneir .coniing, -while helplessly trying io-fathonx-tjie.: -Mackmeu's intentions. iFor found the play Detroit teanijn 1907 and 190S grasp .the var: "Athletics: Were in Great Form Last Defeated Indians in Third Match of City League Bowling Tile Indians suffered a. -crushing de- reat at the Arcade alleys last night. it was those terrible Turks on a ram- page again who did it. Cap. Evans" team bowled like a, house afire except in the fore part of the opening round. At thig stage of the -contest the In- dians ivere in the lead. They contin- ued to--bowl a consistent game, hriit the 'rarKs were coming fast and afcer the fifth -frame jumped to the front and won out with considerable "ease, in the second and third game it was the Turlcg all the way. They tvere never in .-danger and ;at the finish it was shown .that Evans' brigade distanced their opponents-'by 255 pins. Tiie Turks' victory last night made them city league leaders -by a eomfort- jable margin. Had .the Indians won tney would nave supplanted the Turks In. first position or tied them. Evans showed the -best form with o! 575 pins tor the three games. Tiie bowling of, Nowak was alsofa: fea- jture of -the evening's -performance. jJSot an Indian reached the "500" mark. [.Long came -close .--with 498. Gibbpnr, took McDowell's place in the Indians' ranks in, the last gaaie. Turks, the ;ano that they .had" divined intentions.' .only'' to b e hespected move: For. and -the Cubs': fell them. The gen- uine signals- carefully covered up.. s. CoHint' ftuse -For .iiika2.ce. the Cubs all.along thought; Collins was' signing the Kind .of. bali'ithat" the.-Athletic pitcher kicking the dirt .about: hint; As a matter of fact only a ruse Tarrytown second .Mipter, to, throw the Chicago off. the track. Collins tipped off. every .ball pitched tiiree outfielders, by holding his right arm behind-' bis back. was not a time; iaxthe-five games that Lord, Murphy, Martsel'did not 'fast ball, slow -ball- was to be pitched, time they got the signal from Eddie, however, was so ineessaatly kicking up the dirt that rht Cub's believed, that his "was the real sign, that reason always guessed, wrong on the kind of ball pitched. .faked their signs all along- Thomas and Lapp went out of their .wiytb: signs'appar- and the Cuba: swallowed the bait, took. tinker and all For -the most 'genuine signs were inade by though -they often switefcet, let ttae catcher make a iUtnais.. The- (jub coachers paid no E-UealiOD. to the pitcher, but kept their catcher, with -the result tliey..neyer knew what was coming off. -In the final, game of the series, with Cooinbs pitching" and Lapp catching the "Gubs Thought that the youthful xaiskman could noc conceal his sig- nals.--.Lapp' was signing all the time, but "his. movements meantnothing, for tbVreal signs "rc-ere being flashed by On. the other hand, the Athletics lound no tro.uble fathoming the Cub signs, although Chance every, day., There was hardly a time -they didn't know .whether .the -on first .was bluffing or really meant io go down to- second on -the nest ball pitched. .Break Up Hit-and-Run Chicago's efforts at the hit-and-run were laughable. Almost every turn they tried it, Barry and Collins crossec1 them. One of ths best illustrations took 'in. the fourth inning of ThursdayV game in Chicago. Tinker-began'the inning with a sin- gle, and Chance -signed for -the hit- and-run 'with the hard-hitting Kling Tit tie bat. .The star, catcher believed rhat Barry would cover second and therefore puncfied a vicious grounder to the snortstop spot. Barry, however, never moved, and Collins went TO the bag. The result wai that Barry made a fine pickup lightning double play, thereby ui> a promising Chicago rally. Holmes Sharer 179 .......170 I.-..; 132 IBo" Indians 174 123 176 135 19S 530 139--4-i7 Long, .S1G 817.2103 49S UiDbons" Scarie us 160 152 '121 73i 690 724 2148 The next game takes -place Monday evening ngers. Turks Indians Tigers Bronchos between the Bronchos and The Standing- .Lost'-P. C." 6- 0" 1.000 2 4 .333 1 'i 0 3" "lOOO 2BYSZCO LOSES JN MONTREAL THE HERALD'S FEDO BODY A FAST BOUT BisfosEOF: HANS WAGNER Toni Caponi and Hugo Kefley Draw Large Crowd Witnessed the JJatch It Winnipeg. Nov. Caponi and lenged the winner., -in the preliminary wugp Kelly, both of Chicago, fought twelve strenuous rounds here tonight before the largest audience which, has unariie Robinson of Seattle knocked Complete Reorganization, of Former World's Champions is to be Carried Out Pittsburg, -Nov; Pittsburg team in the National league .'will be reorganized' completely by the open- Will Soon "he" Tramp A Provincial Meeting to, be Held at the 1 2; of This Month: Nov. annual meet- ing of the Alberta Amateur Hockey Association will be" held at the. Alber- ta hotel, Red Deer, on -SaturdaVj Nov- ember 12, at 8 p.'. ni'. is desirable..' that al-i clubs- desir- ing to enter teams' in the association this year shajU-'bfr.repfescateu-.-at the- anaual meeting. V' -r Any .'persons' -Who -have, participated in professional and. desire, re- instatement, should thV neees- s'ary application and 'send .in affidavits istating the ..nature in. 'order that their several may be decided upon at. this "jineetiagJV Copies .of had on application. to the. secretary.' out Jack-Mason or -Chicago in of plans are ever witnessed this city. I peg knocked out James Kenni-baU'in result was a draw and there .third. nothing to choose 'between the two j J _ men all through, excepting during the j Last round when Kelly appeared hav.e slightly the' -better of the argu- j v ond round...and Alben Ross-of Winni- carrled Dreyfus has or- Clark to return tc Pittsburgr in. December, wheii the. work of building-a teans will'begin in earn- est. It is. understood that even Hans Wagner will be traded if. the'Pittsburg club t can make what they consider, a. A. A ment. Both sparred carefully for an T opening in the first but when the gong sounded for the second. Kelly went in with, a dash and landed two hard jolts on Uaponr's jaw, but the, Italian replied, with a left to the jaw.and' up- percut to the same and then followed "with two light body blows. Tiie" third and fourth rounds were the fastest rounds of the fight aoid neither seemed to have an. ad vantage. In the nt'th Kelly shovyed up. well. sixth, was all .showed -v N.ELSON-WOLGAST, "DECEMBER the best in the seventh. From then to the finish it was a. strenuous fight for supremacy and the -best exhibition of clean fighting-ever seen, here was pulled off. .At the start of the bout fciarry GHmour of Chicago, who pro- moted the bout, announced that Harry-j West-of Cincinnati had wired.through jr" the Cincinnati Enquirer that he chal- 24 Louis to Meet in San, Francisco San' Nov. 4. arrangements for the on Decem- ber 24 betw-eenrrj-Lfgatweigat Wolgast jsattiing Nelson. werelHcqinplet; eel to-ragh t. .ac'cowllng' to -Pro- -nioter Louis .Blot. Biot stat- ed taat the nien would sign avucies to-morrow. He would say nothing' of the financial arrangements beyond stating that -the men had agreed to. the terms proposed.- V V1 DAREDEVIL BARNEY OLDFIELD HAS BEEN IN MANY ACCIDENTS Montreal, Noy. the Pol- ish wrestler, made his first appear- ance on his second American tour here today and lost a handicap match to Derias, a Swiss, who has- been manager of the National Sporting Club of Lon- don. Zbyszco was to 'throw Derias three times in one hour, but failed to gain .one fall. DETROIT TEAM ON TOUR Detroit, ISiov. members! of the Detroit baseball club started tonight on a barnstorming, tour of Cu- ba. They are: Muliin, O'Leary. Wil- lett, Summers, Moriarity, T." Jones. Uasey. Stanage, Crawford.- Cobb and M-cJntyre. O'Leary today signed contract with Detroit-for, 1911. SPEED KING HAS.G.ONE THROUGH MORE FENCES THAN ANY OTH- ER LIVING DRIVER SINCE HE FIRST BEGAN WITH DEATH IN 1902 Barney Oldfield. in addition, to hold- a large.bunch of automobile rec- ords 011 track and road, has added a number of records of a different na- ture to his life's history, which is pro- bably sot -equalled by auy other speed king on this continent. He is credited with killing more spectators than any other knight of the wheel and has been through more fences than any 01 Tiiein ever dared to attempt. Ho began his exciting career back in 1902, and has never missed a year since he began his sensational work behind the Some of His Accidents- A slight idea of some- of his acci- skidded in front of his car. Back sprained and cut abaut the arms: paralyzed while driving car. on Indianapolis speedway. Thrown from seat- and badly bruised. Mechan- ic grabbed steering wheel and preven- ted car from capsizing. knuckle of car brok- en while it was going 100 miles an hour on Indianapolis speedway. Car struck projection wall and was thrown back on to track. Oldfield was cut about the legs. Oldiield has also figured in many minor accidents not enumerated here. a j dents include: 1902, Detroit- MORE ADVICE Be kindly to people With whom you abide, And don't always show -'em Yo.ur sandpaper side. -Turned around on Grosse Point track while driving tlie "999" a mile a minute. Thrown from car bruised. 1903 through fence with "Wintoa Bullet" and killed two speciators. Car smashed and pldfield's ribs and arms broken. by clouds of ran through fence with "Green Drag- CALGARY GETTING READY FOR HOCKEY The combined forces of the late Ti- gers' Hockey Club and the Lacrosse Hockey Club met last evening at the council chambers and organized for the coming hockey season. The meeting was informed that they could not use "Calgary Athletic Club." as this was registered by -the baseball chib under that name. It was dec-ided to name the team the Calgary Hockey profitable change. -connection with the proposed shakeup, it is'known that.First Base- Jack Flynn; for -whom Pittsburg be Colored Champion Admits He Was Afraid to Drive Full on Circiitar Track Chica'so, Nov. again'' will Jack Johnson, attempt -to crush Into paid- 44000. to St. Paul, vail .not "Lave! the rajiks-of the "speed The another 'trial, but- will be disposed of. mile a minute -staff may go' for -Bar- The Pittsburg. club is now preparing Tney Oldfield, but1 not for '.Jack, .de- its new contracts, which, will have an. dared the dusky champion. -who ironclad 'anti-drink" clause. Not .even a.! said- tha-t hereafter "-h'e lass of beer- will be allowed any of himself strictly to affairs' p.ugilistic. catt dnve the blamed V thing on a straigM., Johnson, vv'fli ihe .-Athletics; be winners of the.'would1 not take a American 'league pennant? The -like" Oldfield. I donY belief he say so. -YV'ith the exception 'ot; ed up a bit in turning. You can "bet Davis, none of Mack's players are your bottom dollars I did.. "That's why snowing signs of retrograding. 'he won, I guess." FORE DOOR WILL BE .LIC AND DURING SE, While not a ers have elected to, for a- brief period have. in. store for 1911' model cars, enough factories have :given cations of 'their'- designers. to obvious -that the type of will obtain -for season. ed by the" almost general adoption'-''otx; the inclosed... of torpedo body. This, constitutes, .the "most, feature of tne new'models-being ed to the in -this '.period; of (radical' changes and finements time-tired, and- mechanical features, of .the 1910 The. Change is made more the general increase base. The ..development, of. the it was generally.-called 1910" has'Ted. to -the. incldsed'C front .type. "-Experts. th.fei torpedo body was .of coatln'eStai designefs airaing'; a dust-proof car !offiaistinctiye'. i which resembled jaota little prc of that Eaglish' not Har in many, erally called of.the- American, .whether' his' or.. i; taggs, Vanot, is y y-" It" is .Said -by -.tliose'-w'Ko designs tor' the front seat .is the deyelopmeat motor it -r-5 vehicle design. .It.Ss in" the; '..memory 'observrn that, tlie. autombbiie..Tsras-iittle than 'a'crude of t "the, "buggy; -.'j the players. The Full Dress Suit The Tuxedo Dinner Jacket. YOUR WATCH Does it need cleaning and The very best watches have their day of repairs and cleaning. Have your 'time- piece attended to before it is worn out for lack of oil and cleanliness. A watch or- ganism is fine and delicate and the slightest friction makes trouble and wears the parts out. We will guarantee and clean your watch and will warrant the job to be 0. K. E.A.EWERT JEWELER, Round St. in races at St. Louis world's meet. Killed two -spectators. Oldfield's leg broken, head badly cut, chest'crushed and otherwise hurt. In hospital three months. off track at San Bernar- dino, Cal. Cav smashed and OMfield's arm cut, and head struck by falling fence rail. off by a competitor at Gvosse Point, track in Duluth. Went through inner fence with "Green Drag- on." Shoulder broken, arm smashed and face Beach, Fla. Tire ex- ploded and ''Green Dragon" ran into Club, which would mean both the Ti- dust, jgoi-p and L. IT. This amalgamation is only for hockey, although later it is ocean. Oldfield thrown out in water and nearly drowned. Green Dragorr Wrecked through fence with "Green Dragon'' at Karlctn track, in Chicago, SJde hurt and hip dislocated. racer on road race, course at Lowell, Mass. Struck tree at junction of roads. Badly about head and ankle broken. Park. Lcs Angeles, Cal. expected an athletic club will be or- ranized, with ail the games of the Ti- jers and L. H. to be played under one name and organization. It was agreed that this could not be done at present as the Tiger Rugby Club were not. in a position to consid- er the matter at present. After the rugby season is over they will have a meeting and consider the matter very 1'ully. Under these circumstances, it was decided to organize for hockey onl; with a view of having a meet-ing some time next year to complete the organ- ization of all the branches of sport. To borrow a 'ard body, is- the "final to "eliminate-. the idea. 'No.', danger -of -dolting. cles on the 'f roiif of the" T buggy; existed'- eiscept when'. poned, The following officers were elected: Honorary Jamie-j son. Honorary Quirk. Moir. Gravellc. Gibson. Executive presi hurt ident, manager, secretary, Dan McLcod and Percy Powell. Clarice; assistant train- Kan into rear of competing car, whicher, Bob Neugebauer. ormg The Clothes You Will Buy Some -Bay Why Not Do it Now? Scmi-rcedy clothes will nil your every you want conventional, quiet tailoring, or clothes which evidence the advance note in fasliion. Coupled with finer craftsmanship tncrc -Is true harmony in every contour of each garment. "Semi-ready" means something bettcr-for we. carefully avoid anything that is cheap and risky. We seek the trade of be who knows the worthiness of really good value. A. Southard. by "these; vehicles ;to make, the -sic .boards a'uto'moBile body is lower, -the speed muchJgreater an.d'dust and are thrown from the, front'wheels'.and it is to sit .aE-'autpmo-: bne- in skirts To '.these and to make af' more .attractive-, car -Hie de-r signers have -added" total of comf oit -in" 'motoring ;and., have made touring more pfcturesqtie. But the 1.911 ciosefi .bodies" are -.not. the same'as the torpedoes; The lat: ter was designed to present'bullet-: like appearance, and open to tlie indictment that in'., some bordered on the j It might be said that' the. .closed': {front, car, of refinement of the torpedo, absolutely and without a word- of adverse criticism from any designer. It. offers the advantages of .the- in-' closed 'bodies, but is more pleaslrig" in design and appearance. There, is notning' freakish about it, and the slight increase of cost for the front' cloors is insignificant compared with the advantages in looks, and comforL- Comfort of Inclosed Front The inclosing. of the gear-shifting levers is a welcome change, and "adds to the comfort of driving. Sight oil feeds, coil boxes, speedometers and other objects on the dash also are con- ceded along the pedals. Of course, the mere feeling of "coziness'-; and safety add to the appeal of the inclosed front. The lengthening of wheel base adds materially to the easy riding qualities, (There is less vibration' and -jolting j with'the increasing of the space'be- tween the axles. Tiie car with the> longer wheel base takes the :bumps [with less effect on the occupants and (is more easily kept on the road, al- jthough (he short wheel base offers undeniable aclvamage-s in city driving where short turns are necessary and good streets prevail. Wheels Largsr- There is also a tendency to make the wheels anid tires larger. This is very desirable, of course, as far as easy riding ;qualities and'comfort are concerned. the bigger the tire, the harder tte blow to the when the penicious nail or the insid- ious glass makes; itself known by as. blowout. NO CHANGE IN POSITION GRIND Boston, Nov. midnight, ths uC the 5htn hour, tlie loaders had covered'858 miles, S laps.. The second division remained unchanged; one lay bohind. Desperate sprinting the soW'Ud'division going; t'ufct all night, and in the; -the ,1-nkus-Cbiller tail-ecder lost one" of tholr regained laps and ,at wore four laps behind the leadersi. ;