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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTE LETHIlRinfiK HBRAIJ) y, iVovoiniter Baseball World has Startling New Plans World's Will De Di elded by Camtt Hereafter Chicago, Nov. nlun which Kill make a radical change In the pr system of deciding the world's IWB championship. It was siild here. Jan iiiarht, will bo laiM before tho Notional commission which meets in Cincinnati Nov. H. session of the commission has been called for the purpose of investi- gating ticket scalping In connection the recent contest between the Giants and Athletics and suggesting remedies for the evils which have sit- landed every contest for the diamond" supremacy. August Herrma.n, chairman of the commission, It was snid, has a plan to do away with the present world's championPhiD struggle of seven guinea f nd substitute K schedule of sixty con-1 tests with the 16 teams of tbe two ma-1when the knights cf the broom and jor leagues us the and cutjgiane wm meet iu the council clmm. the regular schedules of the two major organizations io 112 bor at y30 for ttie elccllon 0( In other words. each team would i'or the coming year. Curling Is one 1 is a real1 ile'iisiiro to havu y oil, evcii though you come of LETHBRIDGE CURLERS TO TALK THING OVER TONIGHT Annual Meeting in Council Chambers to Prepare for This Interest in Game .Anticipated The roarln' game will get its with such scientific terms as, tt for coming season tonight called upon to play 172 games, IS more than the present schedule calls 1 for. By eliminating the many open dates, the increased number of combats could decided by the middle of October, llerrmnnu believes it will do away all scalping inasmuch as the games will be regarded In much the light as those in the present, leifue scheduler i The sixty-game inter-league series would give Detroit, Washington game which with a vim iu Leth- and "draws" etc. To "John Bruce, president; Win, Oliver, vice-president; D. Duff, socond vtce-preald-sut. and S. J. Shepherd, belongs .much of tho credit for tho great success of the game lust year, nutl ait effort will be .made tonight to select another cxecu- brlilge, aad this year promises to win mTry .thfl BQlMOU all others In the shade in point of.through with the same amount of enthusiasm. 'Tie-said that the king dasi. of curlers, Johnny Bruce, has already! year. the. club had seventy-two unpacked his roche, and Is watting 1m- 'active members. This year the indi- patieiuly for Jack Frost to get in his cations are that the unmoor will reach work, BO that he may have a chance the century mark, and a few more. to "eup 'er up" once more. J This assures plenty of curling and an Last season way an excellent oue abundance of competition, which for the curlers from every, standpoint, should keep the game In an uproar al Although H was necessary to build -a winter. Bonsnoil's and competition: .L th. tttmi of thf National ..league, he work was ami every red-hot. exponent of II, which they do not have a chance of played on game should be bu to add a lit CincLaU year'e lnd from. tLat enthusiasm wblcIU. .alread: Brooklyn likewise would be of- an opportunity of watching thair tmms play all of the American league clubs. Each club would h to meet all the rivals in the, opposing organization and the world's cham- pionjrtiip would be determined on percentage 'bull. The team finishing with the ivcord at the -end of the contttU would be giren the big pennant. Welsh Expects to Defeat Wolgast is and Cleverer ind HJI Better Flfihtlnfl. Htid Log- Angeles, Nov. that the next time he leaven Califor- nia he .iylll carry away Uie world's 'lightweight, crpwn, Fred-.llo Welsh, n-ho is -IQ meet''Ad Wolgast on Day, is In Los1 Ahgeiea today chock full of confidence "Believe said the ponty pridd pride today, 'Tm going to lick Ad Wolgast this I'm not going in with the idea of knocking him out, because I don't believe the man lives at his ireight who can accomplish that feat in 20 rounds. But I am fast- er and cleverer than Wolgaat and have a better fighting head. Wolgaat is the possessor of a fighting heart; ho has a wonderful stamina, and n terrible body punisher. But I am willing to Uat at the of the "Oth round my lead will eo that every man in the houie can aee It." until the middle of March the topic nf-marking the announcement of another conversation in many circles was re- Reason's play. TO REORGANIZE HOCKEY LEAGUE FOR THIS SEASON Meeting Called for Next Monday Evening in the Y. M. C. Prospects for the Game of the Lethbridge city, amateur hockej; league gives notice of a meeting of the league In, the Y. M., C. A. parlors next .Monday evening. Representatives 7rom all clubs in the organization winter are requested to be on hand to aid in the initial move raent to have a classier aud bet- ter organization than'has hitherto existed here. The Y M C A. their hockey league meeting Monday decided to'enter the proposed_ league. The Sporting Goofls, too; will be in-the'game as strong as there are indications of other strong clubs being formed to enter (he league Rink facilities are fine, the size and location .'is verv and the Hsuling fs going to beUhorougaly hock- What Giants do in the Winter Danny Murphy to Captain Athletics PtuMMphia 7 Mur- hf, tbe fast cighttielder, will cap- world's champion Philadel- phia Attitotics during; thr sea con, mocbrding announcements today. Connie Mack has daetcUd Ifcat Murphy is the logical cuoofuor of Harry Davis, the retet- who leaves io man- the Cleveland t-cam. Murphy is oldtat of the Athlf-tiCR. Eddie the second baseman, vas al- foe the place. "Malty" Goes Hunting, But Some of Thtm Will Engage in Farming New -York, N'ov. fans are interested here in the movements of their different idols of the .New- York Giant National League clmni- pions, several of whom are already making ihek plans .for tlie winter. Christy Matliewson is planning trip to the wilds of Canada to sec iE his mighty right arm is as true with the rifle and shotgun as it is iii "putting 'era and he expects to establish a new strikeout record among the moose and" caribou iu the land gt non-reciprocity Rube Mansard, the sensational southpaw, is burning Gotham roads in y, new automobile, which he las just-purchased, while Otis Cran dall, the thrifty, is investing the earnings of ,his pitching arm in In- diana farm land. Chief Moves, the Indian catcher, vill pursue his horticultural ambi- tions in sunny California, where he las purchased a ranch. 4 4 9 FRANK'-GOTCH- IS A YOUNG MAN Frank Gotch, cbara pion of the world, who ap- pears at Theatre here tomorrow evening, is 32 years of height 5 feat 1114 inches; usual weight, 210 los.; nationality, German-American Coming of Gotch World's Greatest Wrestler on His Last Exhibition Tour-Ai Majestic Tomorrow Night The'coming of Frank Ho I eh to LethbridKO is being heralded with de- light by sport ami athletic: loving oloniuvtts of the city. If tho cham- pion's declaration is true, to the effect that this is his final tour and that he will never iiEiiin appear the public in the role of a snippier, no one who takew an interest in the liapoenhigs in the realm of ami-dull care, should lot slip by the opportunity of seeing the inun of marvellous physique, the greatest vroetler of modern or any other time. To inspect the physique of the champion is worth tho price of admission nlono. No one in th-e world, on or off tho mat, ia more perfectly formed for his chosen culling than is Ciotcli. Ho is splendidly proportioned for the game which lias won him fnmo, and no athlete or admirer of strength, en- durance, agllity-tunl cool judgment should miss seeing him. Gotch hi par olleuce in all this. There is practically no limit to locks and combina- tions used in wrestling but there is a certain number which are generally used in nearly, every encounter. Obtch will show all Those and Severn I lolds exclusively his own, in his exhibition encounter with Malnuout at the'Majestic tomorrow evening. lu Muhmout, Gbtoh has with him, probably the most worthy contend- er for the'championship title. The Bulgarian, though he invariably gives he champion trouble in throwing him, never gains a fall. H is Mahmout's ambition to apply tho humbling hooks to Gotch and in his match tomor- ow here with tho champion the public will see an earnest'endeavor made the foreigner, to bring the American's shouldcis to the mat. A good sale of seats is reported. They are and oOc. We feel suro pi being able to change your curiwity to Interest, by your scli-imerest. as keen a judge of values ns you help but be impressed Fit-Reform and Overcoats. .1M McKELVIE McGUIRE. MUCH ADO AT THE PIN BALL SEASON UNSUCCESSFUL Butte Gets Black In New York i Rtport of the Past Season's Affaln New York, Nov. study of con- ditions in "th-a small minor leagues re- 'cals the fact that the past season ms .not been a striking success, "fin- ancially speaking. Although the or leagues have broken all records n the matter of attendance and gate ecelpts, thJng-j. have been very dlf- eront in the minors. Apparently on- the-stars of the games can draw ,ue fans In numbers Like the followers of prize fighting fans would j rather stay at home and reed about I the exploits -ot. diamond heroes.f like Cobb or than turn out to see inferior talent perfoi m '1 La following are a few of the failures 4- 4. WOLGAST TO AUSTRALIA Chicago, Nov. Vfol- sast, linlitweight-. of the world, is the latest pugil- ist to turn his eyes toward Australian shores, according to reports here today.' It is stat- ed that Art will leave i mined- iatoly after his Thanksgiving fight with .Freddie in LOB the Antfpq- ,deB, -Io engage in a .series'of bouts there.. .and these show thfit mfafortune .was Tlio bowling enthusiasts' of th'e city ,beat liis high score by 18 j not confined to any one section of the re requested tbVkeep Friday >ins- He .now has a mark of 222 to his i country or bowling league meeting called for icreilif.- ?he of the other light o'clock at the Dominion Alloys. L big league is contemplated. Bowling is receiung a great impo- us in the city-since the opening of he Dominion Alleys under the new lanagement. Each evening from 7 yet to carry off the bacon. A Western League Wichita club fhe onfl Ior six weaks j like Is being put up today for bePftuSe of Iack of home, .oecause iof iion-auiiiiort- to a team mn Southern Mobilo's closin r i Liyerpao latie -transftrred to Sluron bouth qson spilt bft- causd; of '-poor attenijaiice.'an'd' hfeak- over salary limit; Augusta franchise to league. Union -Association Missoiila taken over -bj-jj-now to .save wreck.T'and Buttef erred Southern Mobilo's .closing Btand second rflre aeries ,traiwf erred because of popr 1 -'Newark 'frnnc attendjince. Trl-SUto-Slilfts in schedule be- j scone in- Wauaau and five pin rollers. f f The oewg and cigar atnnd at the Dominion Alleys puts up a novel prize cause of poor support accorded certjihi jj, 'clock until midnight the cackle of'for its customers. Bach week the clubs; .n. Is mostly E'Jt roller of the bones'will he giv- doublo Majestic theatre ticket. New ups in Wing clubs dropped, Fred also realizes Umt first emeii first basemen and is laying up for a raiiiyday. He aspires to become a "pencil King" when he has quit the diamond, and has made a start by purchasing :i peaclr orchard in Montana.-' 1 t Zest tor rolling the has lioen 'wrestling match.. Winners of the tick- r''Btnte- Kansas not finish EOB- timulated by tho offer ot a J5.00 cash! els, are, however, offered the option Rnplds I ransferred son irlze for tbo best shcm-iug on the Do- of choosing .any attmctlon of- the South Bend shifted to j and minion Alleys for the month. George week following the winning of the Hapidii to hold territory. H intlon Moore has held the lead for some-.ticket. The throws for the tickets are j KvansviHe, after becoming a wand time for this month. Last night lie'given free with purchaser of two bits. placet! In South Bend, -i I and N'orth Attell Comes Down world's Nor. 7. Abe Attell, champion, and NEW LACROSSE ASSO- CIATION A CERTAINTY Montreal, Xov. was stated tare today that a new lacrosse asso- transferred to icl uon Paducah reorganized oijntani Pleaiunt ampton chilis dropped; Wiuorbury IB itransferiwl to Jlidtilopijrt. scued by-Dan O'Nell, and liio i'oagne I Northeastern not linish. !chiba drop- finished with six clulis. "Three of se.'ispn delayed by internal warfare, and Springfield pen and -MiEon cut short club transferred to Dcciitur, hecauu tort to continue wlti five-club laa- r, TV ciallon 'S a certainty for next Johnny K.lhane, (he Cleveland f'gl't- Tho players of Hie National A cr, -.vim recently defeated Joe Rivers patched up their dlfterences a' Mordecai Biown Has Quit Game Teirc Untile Ind i It mi announceil Iiorc odn tint Mordecai ingclrs 1, IS nirrd iwiiig Kilbane lot Brown, famous pitcher of the Ghica-. terms Cnbs, lia-s retired fruin cia-tion is a certainty for next wnson. would not'support a c'iuh leading A. have >n the pcnnmit race. Northern of not rin and will I franchise support Dr. ConEiiieau'n new plan at to league: Oklahoma City main tho first annual meeting. The clubs 1 tativsd 'by league's -jinking funtl. ujclude l.h'5 Tccnmsehs, Toronto, Na-1 .Western Reduced to in l.os Angele-s, are today negotiat- ing foi i '0 round bout, m me first annual meeting. The clubs wtmd by league's fund. If it were not, for the atlll, iraill Cil New Icu'f-Dn injclude Tccnmsehs, Toronto, Na-1 .Western Reduced to voice of conaoienco a- let of u> whuW Ufell icfo-ltd to luic come I'onals and an English speaking jMont-'fii and tSdn four'.clubs, and finalh Jpend riont of our t me holding oU doun troin lus tvorbitint dennnth !real team. 'disbanded. on ouraelrer1 ind oIlLrert to iccept Sj 000 lor tli-- i _ _______ ______ ________________________________ match Promoter Mc( arthx of 1 baseliall. Urown .will maior av'o. I'.is ionic in RosodalR, Ind.. nsxt week for Chicago, after which lie.will In Washington state fo look after ness interests. He will tliea Orval Overall in California. Here, at Last, You the union suits of the past- slip into a suit of the new, better kind the kind a man can wear with genuine comfort and contentment. Just ask for 73 is really comfortable underwear for you! Closed-Crotch COMBINATIONS pun wu so tmiMwomc in the oM Und now nets as stint ilM'ti'l ttuln. Tnily it's nn inuiroTeiant you will Some (nntwcMhy slim mi pMt every hw u ol in Hock iMliHta ytm rtwrile wrtdht ind (or Pen-Angle Clout Crutch ntu> wttntv -tot for the F04UANS UMUCD -HOSIEIiy CANADA UNDERWEAR WANT GREAT CHANGE IN BASEBALL RULES Much Done to the Min- of League Clubi Present System San Francisco, Nov. in rule 3fi, regarding the purchase of minor league players by the Coast League, will lie. requested nf the Na- tionsil Commission by President A.' !.T; Ha tun. of tlic coast organization, and President -J. Cal of the j San Francisco club, who will meet, j I ilio commission on Nov. cither in Chicago or Cincinnati, according to a statement made by Ewing here to- Evi'ing declares that under the'rule at present if one of the coast, clubs burs a player in the middle of the season or in fhn Vail, it has to ac- cept immediate delivery. Then if major leagues take a fancy to thf player the coast has to let him.go for which may be less than they pain for him. He is seeding to have the rule changed so that ths player may remain with the club from which the cnut team him until thf end of tlic Reason, n.vnn Kf ing for Uit cast Monday night. American Tennis Team That Will Endeavor to Lift Davis Cup "At ftm rathe your you 1 lip on only true for M- ww who U too tury to turn -to oM thlni lawn tennln In America nw hoMful thf Yftnkw tcnui will be cnccMaNl. In ''Wniyink ths men mho the Amcrl-l now hfld by the Aumnllmi. cbamplon; Mturlw K. JilcUiwhlln iinrt C Wrlgkt unfl Mcl-oughlln .In on Klrallir errmnd, the ferawr In 180S mid th. l.ttor U leua'lQft .1, ample time to become Intn lalliiul miUlieit In December. ;