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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Timrsflay, November 1913 dlflONS FIRST GUNS IN BASEBALL WAR HAVE BEEN FIRED Federal Leagues Issue Statement of Their Plans--To Make a Cautious Attack Upon Major Leagues-Players Fraternity Will Demand Recognition Defeated School Team in Holly Contested Match Last Night Ifcc schedule of the first series ot in the. bottling Ifa- j.jc has btca completed, aid to the Herald squad belong the spoils of Indianapolis. -N'ov, Board of Directors ot tie federal I-eague- here lo declare war upon the major league of organized baseball, admitted Haffalo. N. Y, arid Baltimore to the circuit, making It on eight-club oqmalza- tion, acd refused to have any dealings whatever vvllb Horace repre- senting Philadelphia capitalists. The directors, in their decision to try lo sign players ot llie two major k-aeues, voted not lo ask any man In i baseball already under a con- iracl to join their organization, but ..y held any player under' i release be tendered a contract If he wished to play In the new organiza- tion This it was said, was dose lecausi; the directors felt that the contract of any player would be upheld by the court, but that the reserve clause was illesal and -would uot be sustained if taken iuto tie courts. "The Federal -League will take nu further steps toward, carrying on war upon organized baseball unless the major leagues attempt to retaliate, but it Ihev do the directors declared, the organization Is well supplied "with money and will fight any attempt to disrupt its ranks. It such an made, -the dlrrctors said, thev had enough, money to make tempting otters' to the list nisihl whrn the t leagues. Kchoo'l tram, piloted bv K. P. Stew- u was said that the action of the directors in deciding to make offera to anr held under reserve, clause' would include the majority of the men In 'the National and American Issues. Those players, it was said, had re- fused to el-n contracts for next season until demands they had made turougu i'as probably the payers' Fraternity were grauted. The Federal League, the directors in- the sche-: tidied. KOS ready to 'grant these reQuests. !ii't I election ot officers was postponed until November the- newi! lltrjMueeJed two games of Ibe [appointed board of managers will convene, in Chicago. This board.Is coin- ihcm o the Chan- o' C C Madison. Kansas City; E. A. Steininger, St. A. Gil- lacm 01 me inan u. c. X. Zimmerman, Cleveland; TN. rml Ihe final took pla-e I pia-e srl, came log.Et.het. The newspaper IMO .won out by of ticir teeth, after whal most strenuous match would hate i oore Chicago; J. Edward Krause. Indianjpplis: C. the T- McCnllongh. Wttsburs: R- T. Carroll. Buffi ttrce to assure 1 ploi.ship. One victory but nude them lie with ;mrii, atid hail school won. all Baltimore three last algM tie 'Herald J A Vould hare been related to he lie Lumbermen woi have topped the heap. The Herald was primed for the trial ol coGClufiior.s last but no iiio're so than their and some classy rolling resulted. School hit a pace set b; lalo.'and' Harry Goldman, had ended Acting President Oilmore issued a statement Un KDUB tie aeciureS itat Horace Fosel had appeared before the directors 3r'd ind preic-ntea the claims of Philadelphia capitalists for a place In the league lQld The Federal Uague, Mr. Gilmore said, refused to have anything to do -with Mr. Fogel and Philadelphia's request was rejected. t_____ ,hc deck, ar.d the rest was suited. The petals were made up and IT McKain in tte Ill-raid' were shown just three 1he-first proved too to the good of their opponents, many. lor the weren't! it was .a heart-breaking loss for the breaking right for the printers and school. their scores were not exactly i Tt.c scores tell the ing to the dope. JIcKair. rolled 190 i SCHOOL ISO 165 213 131' v 155 in the first game tt-e school came ycKain out ahead by 53 pins: r i Jones ..j The-Herald came back strong In game'and with three mea Stewart bowline worcs landed the game pins" in spite of the fact that j _ 637 McKafn rolfcd the rc-ipecfaMe score j "Price roiled half of first ol I'j5 and the phenomenal score of 313, the latter "being highest total of pins fhat has been knocked down on the "V" br any individual in one game. TLe feat was a remarkable or.e in view ol Ihe fact that Chas. Jones is a yoiu'jrsttr of 15, a. midget in size, and weighing less than 90 pounds. The last of the threejgames was 131 185 133 119 tte yet HERALD Long....... 133 159 Xichoison 139 Evans 143 the closest and -hardest fought. It >vas anybody's game until the last ball was thrown; Tommy Evans, an- chor tnan for the Herald, had to maVe a spare to win the game lor his team. His Gist ball was well ilirccled, but it leit up three pins on the left corner. For bis style oi .trundling the oest ball had to be -handled, was, ar.d Hies. 119 171 19S S7 178 164 193' 179 574 601 substituted in last game. THE LEAGUE STANDING Herald Lumberman School Uusinessmen Telephone Dormitory .833 .778 .513 .500 MEETING ALBERTA AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION The annual meeting of the Al- berla Amateur Hockey .association will garyi on November. 1. at_ S KEEP YOUR EYE- AHEAD OF BALL Advice Clvtn to Young Ptiytrs Champion MATT CENTER The swift running halfback of .-the Argonauts rugby team. ARGOS AND OTTAWA" REPLAY NOV.' 15 PLAY OFF ON NEUTRAL GROUNDS LIKELY PLACE' THE Oltavca, Nov. tie game, he tween Ottawa and Argonauts is nofi certain to be replayed: Tho'chabces are that the replay will ft al.llirp ilton tte Saturday after tfc, ll game Is on it Torori of an intermediate, section of the asspciatioa. ST. MICHAEL'S TO HAVE. TEAM draw .them. Father Stanion made'an efjqtt to ;have the Argos ga'in'c in Ottawa, but Man- ager Ross Dinkley refused, the coin-. favor Hamilton as much 'a's any- where else for a playoff. "Reports -which have been afloat of late I hat SL Michael's will not have, a leam'in the senior O.H.A. this win- ter ate without says Manager Frank Disette. Trill hold our annual meeting witnm .ill.nest ten days. and. prospects for a .400 Eocd team were never lie The second series ol games starts stated. St. -Michael's have all of last tonight. The .Herald '-.vill 'play oR iyear'e players available, with" tbe winr.ers of the second Etr THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND, MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED After bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Pride" will prove a certain revivifier of lost energy -cooling, satisfying. THE XETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING COMPANY, Limited PHONE S54 Wiiatever may be the (rials ot the average man oa the- lints, that re- doubtable person who means to be icratch oiie day, and who is still elrutgliug to reduce lils handicap to .respectable single, figure, cannot complain that he- is destitute of tbe :dvlcc of champion golfers and the ex ?lnnaUons ot champion theorists says ;ben inch behind 'the ball for cleefc or Iron shots. Prob- ably what most people do IB lo gaze fixedly at the back .of thy ball and en- H Is said that many players have profiled by Vardon's advice to aim tisilf an Inch or an Inch behind: they ba.70 been enabled to hit the ball Into the air where Tirevlonaly they smoth- ered it. And now to try looking two inches In front of it and later (H per chance wo invade a bunker) on top of it.' MISS DAISY HENRY Ai Princess Chic, v.llh th'e J'jvtr.ile Bostonians, MonJay, November 10, at the Majestic CATARRH OffKf BLADDER 24 Hours Jfotch COLLAR m. fcl. JONES NOW A FREE AGENT Fielder Jones, manager ol the Chi- cago Americana, when they won a world's "championship In W05, Is a free agent at last. Jones retired from the leadership of. Cornlalteys team and from active baseball aflt-r the so.TEon of 1009, but every .vilumn up to this fall ho Included In tho list of players which tho side club reserved 1n tha hops, It was salfi, that ho might return to trie gamo. The club did not include his name thin year, and he It now Iree to Hay ball wherever ho wanta to. Larry Melon, who not coniid ered strong ensun'n for the St. Louit Cirdlnalt, provti t' t leading batiman In the world strict. Oh, yes, they pu even In the majors. Quality grows on ,Wc.-advance the quality of Semi-ready every year. .Time-was when' merchants thought high enough for a stock suit of men's clothes, Each year arc sought out the host 'British woollen weavers, and their very finest, softest and most delicate patterns are secured. So that from the highest cjiialily of SSO.ancl a few.years are now showing real, genuine, Semwcady Suits at and S45. The same cloth the exclusive London tailor charges his Lordship ten guineas for. Both Suits arid Overcoats and Semi-ready Suits, too, .at SI5, T H E SEMI READY EMPRESS BLOCK, Lethbrhtge' S, C. BATEMAN, ;