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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914 THE LE T HB D DAILY HERALD' PAGE THREE .PEHEJi Chicago, Nov.. an interview: hero' to'iiay James j A. Gil- of ;the Federal league, express- ed the: opinion--that -peace' between outlaw league antl organized, 'base-, was near, negotiations might-be' conducted at.... scheduled for tomorrow between rv Hermann of-the national commis- sion President of the American league "and-President Chas Weeghni'au of the Chicago Federal leasr-ue'.club- -Ke declared'th'at if-the. plan under goes through, control of Chicago .National team, will be by Qharles-H; Weeghman and his -sh'd that the club Federal league- which I" will. ;be enlarged. and improved. ,GiImore-also, said that-the the players .in: the-present..'National league-'.team league club. by -Presi- dent That more clubs nest season under CLABBY'S CLAIM TO THE: CHAMPIONSHIP DISPUTED Manager of "Ahearn Objects to Amer- ican Wearing Title Challenge .-That the Federal league teams not. absorbed by. -die 'major leagues j iu the reorganisation would be in-1 corporated into jmoiher, with .perhaps a name. That there be no intema-! tional league teams Jn Baltimore, Buffalo or Pittsburg. That Garry Herrmanii did not act as a private individual in "his recent conferences Weeghniaii, at which peace plant, were discussed. -That the .American association an-d the International league .hsj given: classification under j the plan. While President Gilmore declined to go into further details of. the. propos- ed peace plan, it is it will provide7 for the Chica- go, St. Louis and Brooklyn Federal league, -t-eains with the National lea- 'in. these'jcities-and-the or-- -ganization, of two suo-major leagues, one in ..the1 east- and one in the cen- tral states, -made the present American associatica and what, is lei fc" of .-the Federal league and the' In- ternational .rleague." MICHIGAN STUDENTS PUNISH A BRIBER A Poo! .Room .Mart'.-Who Claimed He Could Buv "Players and Make STMlNG'EASTERN RUGBY Hamilton- .1- 4- 1 2- -.o9 Ottawa-. :Q' 5. .'33 HO G-amf s tomorrow. Montreal a K ;Argonaiits Haniilt-on. 'Won 'Lost' For Agst. Un. of- "Tor onto' V... 3 1 63 2 1 48 .21 3 39- 62 Games -'tomorrow Queen's Univer sity MINOR LEAGUE PLAYERS TO HAVE '.-THEIR-.. SALARIES CUT Won- Lost -For :Agst.. T. R. and A. A. ....2 1 61, .31 Ottawa: St. 0 16 .S75 Games "tomorrow- R..and A.-'-Ji't --'St.-- -Patricks. 'LITTLE FOUR W6nrLost For, Agst. St. Andrew's Coll. 3 0-177 19" Ridlev. 'College 2 1 39 57 Trinity: 1 2 'ft 68.' College 3 34 147 TVillie-_.Ritchie; has declined "to meet Dundee on the coast on former light- champion :was >sked to .make 135 hostili- ties began, and reported back to.the -that.lie: could not comply rwith the conditions...... Retrench to Meet Financial. .Probabil- 1tles Promised in Baseball, Netx Year Owing-to War Omaha', Nov." horizon- j tal" reduction, of 20. -pfer cent- 'in. the j salary limit. paid by-L minor league j clubs was the recommendation, of the j committee on constitutional 'revision of the National association of-Profes- sional Baseball 'leagues..It was-adpp't- ed, so'far and class B ia.class'AA Avere permitted to-reviss their 'salary lists and leagues in the ,C and.'D.classes -were given-another dayVin .which to agree on that be''satisfactory to .thenx. and, a_report tomor- row. The schedule of salary limits "'was presented by Judge- lEayanaugo. of Little. chairman- the: c'onimit- tee on constitutional revision. It recommended limits: Class AA, A. Southern Western class C; .class D, _- .These limitations.were the number, Class 28 for 'first and IS during season: class-A, 26 .and. class B. 24 and 14.; class C, 22 and 12: class D, 22 and. 12. A bad season; with .a worse 'one in view, was responsible for the fore- going plans. Ann Arbor, MicaVA'ov. 1. -Michi- gan students mgut raided and nartially' demolished" the pool roan 01 Joe' who' wrote a letter m which h-Intimated-that he could buy Maulbetscli to tnrcw Cornell game and win irom ths students who.'A-ere willing to bet on ..Michigan. The letter .-was; scat, to H. P. Ban- ev at who had placsxT money locally on the Harvard- Mich igan u-ame; refused to have to" do such a scheme San'd the letter .found its way back to the Michigan athletic authorities, who .made it "public --v-esterday: report and' U> the" trying to hush the mattrr .np.'vjHe becanie al-usive and was thrown" but or the oince by i Coach--Yost! 'Y..M. c. A. THKEE vESTERDAY The the Y-M-Q-A. spot. .Three league- The .Un- ion" Bank: boys-andHhe Directors met at .5. in the'afternoon, and split the honors. sensational-.nnishes were re- corded-in the: In their second-: clash-with the Banlrers the out ...winners by the small margin, of Jour pins. The Herald first; game with Knox had .'a; wnen they won with mere-Jive pins. Roy-Buchanan-hit the coveted.200 mark and 'was high' roller for the dav. -T-I-IB SCORES. Bombardier's. Latest Bombardier .Wells. has' put word that he -will box for charity. Charity suffereth we are.'-.told, but we don't get .why. should be compelled to stand .for this, latest Falls Tribune. Chicago, -Nov. McKetrick. manager of "Young" Abeam, who a.ti _t'.nion one'time was matched to me2t "G-xin-j. Jack takes exception to my Clabby's claim to the middle- Collins................... weight title by virtue of...the'twenty round decision' Clab.br... secured'. over George 'Chip at last, r McArthiir In a letter to the sport-ing editor of Stauord "The Tribune" McKetrick; Wallace: "writes 'from. New j'. vJ'-immy Clabby, byi his.'defeat of. is today sporting a belt'emblematic 6i the 148 161 106 1.46 130 120 4.15 396 341 irst Prize Second Prize Oj AND ONE PRIZE OF of: the: Competition. 1 The competitor will nil in the coupon :belo-w, striking.. out the team which' lie ,tb.Inlts '.will lose, and striking out both teams where a draw is anticipated. 2. Twenty-five "cents must accom- pany eiich.. .One is at Flberty- to 'send: as many entries as he wisiieV.'b.ut accom- cents. The amount will 'be pubHshed: weekli-r.tvnd the -winners every Wednesday. The -amount bf the .prizes each week will depend ".upon.. '.the number, of guesses'." received1" the' .week previous. All. monies-, received will be used as 4. .Competitors ;shquld write -their names and addresses and may drop the; letters into the tin box in the. "business office 'of the .Herald, or mail them addressed to the Editor, Football Herald, .5..... No. Derson...connected; -with The Herald will "allbw'ed to compete. All selections .must be received in .The Herald' office: .net; later than Friday night at midnight.: NEW IDEA FOR HERALD FOOTBALL COMPETITION Patrons of the-Herald'foot-. ball competition will be pleas- ed tomorrow: wLen they see v the new method that has been evclye-3. The-new scheme-of arrangement' is bound -to ap- peal, to every one and a decidr ed Boost in, the interest taken "in the competition is sure to result. Loolc out for it. ,j...j. OVER PAID FOR BALL PLAYERS LAST YEAR FORM OF COUPON I hereby, agree to: the conditions laid .connection-.with- tlie competition by The -Herald man- .agement, and agree :any decision given by them.. Name' Address SATURDAY, l 4 Enaiish .Division -Boltph ,y... .Bradford. City. Liverpool vs. Middlesboro'. ManChester.'Unite.d: cbuntF.--..vs-.-; Everton. Su'nderland Bromwich Al- Southern. Bristol Rovers and Hove.. MilTwall City. Park Nortliamptqii' Argyle. Arsenal Vs. Grimsby. Town. x League Notts-Forest.. v, 1..' 'Dumbarton Fortune Is Paid put for Diamond Talent :By Magnates of Organ- ized Baseball Omaha, Despite. the baseball-, war of the past season be- tween the -organized forces and the Federal league, cnlv three Class .p leagues, embracing 300 cities and. tojvns. failed to complete the season; acc'oTdihg to the annual report of. the National association'? 'of :Professic-nal Baseball leagues. past the tional ".league .drafted 28. '-players and the American National association clubs drafted .0.7 players.. money rehincied 6iv National associa1 tiori' drafts'-'- the '-National league the American iincl the National association their, drafts. The" amount by optional asreenient 700: the- -amount paid, on drafted play- ers -returned '.under -'the rule the; amount. paid -for release by purchase of Nation play- ers The -grand total, for "drafted optional', agi eeraent and 'playes- released by pur- chase" the. suni'. of American League Plans to be Put Up to National Leaoue Clubs Philadelphia. PP., Nov. pro- position-to increase the..-number .of in the world's .baseball cham- pionsbi-D- series from the .best four in seven, to'the best five'in..nine .'was favorably considered by the American league magnates at their recent meet- in" in Chicago, according to a report- here stated that the proposition will be submitted :to the National-league at the annual meet- 'i.n'o-.pf that body. Connie vlack, mariag-sr and part owner of the Philadelphia Athletics, returned from Chicago yesterday, and admitted that the matter "had been thoroughly discussed-.at the American league mse'ting, but'declined .to say what action 'had been' taXen. He is in favor of1 the increase in the? num- ber -.of games in order .that opportun- ity .be given more spectators to wit- ness at least oris of The proposition as Outlined-here in- cludes "a-'reauctibti" iu of ad- mission for the games in the series, and a new-method of .ticket distribu- tion, all-tickets to be sale the' day .of-the game, as. in ordinary contests. Under the.-proposed plan" the ..play- ers, would share of the first five- games. the grandstand of the Chicago baseball club because the team was winch shj-vis ConnsUy wise- t'o use "concrclc. SALISBURY PLAIN A VERITABLE SWAMP Authorities Urged to Put It in Bet- ter Condition If It Is To Be Winter Camp London, Nov. Salisbury Plain is to be used as a camping ground it ought to be into a san- jtary says the wntei of a letter in the London Dailv Chronicle, who says his son is the Canad- ian contingent His son, he says, complains that the camp is a able swamp The wittei also asks why the military authorities do not provide a cheap raotoi bus service be- tween .the "camps. our to put ;Caf s Paw Rubber Heel on yournew boots .''and 'on your old you safely a sure footed tread. Don't ask merely ;i Heels' Insist on having MAIL TEIS COUPON to Walpolc Rubber Co. Limited, 8 Mctiill Co with 15c.in silver or stama CAT'S PAW Tobacco Poach, attacked "CAT'S PAW" help you to stand up straight for They are made'm Canada" by a Canadian company, to ,maka walldng: life more comfortable for all who weat them. They cost no your dealer. Walpolc Rubber Co. Limited, Montreal ;