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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIinRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tuesday. November RITCHIE WILL GIVE WHIST LEAGUE TONIGHT Caught New Year's Day-Champion Off to San Francisco to Meet Murphy Dec. 10 The second roucd of the whist league will' be plsyea.oK tonight In Ihe S. 0. E. hall. whea the teams will rceet as follows: S. O. E. vs. Court Stir, A.Of. Kenttshicen vs. Callies. Britannlis vs. Cumberland. C O. F. vs. Court I'ntly, A. O.F. Xorcads TS. Hovers. All teams are requested lo he on hand at S o'clock sharp. Ex-Butcher Hits .300 or Better in Three-Post Season Clashes; Averages Better Than in Regularly Scheduled Games (By Beci in the Newe-Telesrani) ftwA D, ,he MnieticB, Is strikers, nhite Henrkkson and Ar- neorganiiation of the Western! the onlv player in baseball who Has thur Wilson of the. tilaptt. aro the on- Canal. Baseball league on a Urines, I hit more ton .300 In three ly lto Baker performed this feat ID the 1912 serifs. tad. looted too .TNI lor San, (he ,n cljarler age to let go of the c.lub and and Jobn Meyers, 75o wWle the last affray, two or three new partners may he; catcher. missed .a very good: Christy stalled .600. taken in, Sim will leiain control to Join him by gelling hUTtnm Kennedy, of Pirates, Ed Kll- IT'S A MAN'S GAME RUGBY Of course, It's played by college Who very often wear Silk tits and socks that make a noil And checkered suits that svtear; But somehow on the football field They do not took the same, And you gather the Impression It's a man-sired game. Xeir York, N'ov. Hitchie, world's lijhtwrisnt champion, bekre leavir-g toi San rtancisco, where he is Khrdiiled to ir.cst Harlem Tommy Murphr over the SO-roucd on December 10, staled lhat he would eudeivor lo get another match with Leach Cross to taie place ea the co.ist probably on New Year's Day. fijh'l with Cross at Madison Square Garten drew nearly J23.000. Of this sura Cross received 20 per O'LEARY BEATS DICK HYLAND New York. Nov. n.-One nuMim thousand dollars lor waking an atn- davit in the investigation that fol- lowed the defeat ot Lou Dillon, the famous trolling more, by.Major Ue mar at Memphis in 1901, is early lu the bis series. 'llan. of the Tigers. Leon Ames. Oils II. is in the feu Till. Chance. Scranda'l. Ever, and th. Cubs, McLean, O ants have -m at least another season. Sam has made hla "Beruuatdt farewell" year for the last two or Ihreo Reasons ouu ins are now Inking it as they I Danny Murphy and Jack Uarry. of uo would a similar announcement from j the Athletics, who have hit .'JOD the famous French actress. i tivo successive aeries. Hoffman ot j Mauy twlrlers find their inlo But you cannot honestly blame the Cubs, and Eddie Collins of :m rlriVs tu the world series. ctange of Athletics, have hit .300 twice, 1-ul. Kennedy. Charlie Hall. i Coombs, Kllllan. Uatlhewson are each, for1 skipped a series between, the club but it he took one- ef them he would not be gelling hack what ht lost last season, let alone, his os as s, One peculiarity of n.iker's TOCO Ions losses and When [Is Uiat he has halted beltcr In tbo I availing U'iilers. Some of these are :cgular hitters, but many are ear >rd ._..i Ihe regular .300 class. Others besides pitchers have are reported to bs matched again, trainer, in a suit Wed today that has nothing to do with when they aea'nst Cornelius K. 0. Uilllnjs, Lou are going lo fight. IS Urluar.U- 1 [OUS losses Hill! Ma'ot Del- i the league was put on a permanent I series than In the regular season. In ted beyond their siiesd. The .110.UL wv. ll.c r ._ _ til 1.11-a TtAfer nailn Stinging Jabt to Face Spell for Fighter cent, .hont MBOil. Ritchie had th iernative 6f 30 per o it is said, and he. took .the. hlter share. Oefri' Dari Hroutn'ers c'an'be aaae'd to the Hist of prospective of-the I Brooklyn baseball team. Dan basts ......_ _.------- Sacramento, Cal., Nov. slins- his candidacy on the fact thai he a, ttat ou should ing jab lo the face spelled defeal for free agent, the same as Fielder Jpr.es. Atler the race Billings "Fighting" Dillon's owner. In his suit Spear recites that he made affidavit that i cons pi racy ex- isted between the traiwr oi l.ou Dil- lon and the trainers ol -Major Dclmar, -------1 by -Elmer E. Smathrrs, pro- be as- Dlci Hyland here night In his 50-rouud bout Johnny i Thty have trying to kill Rube QellCn. .11ICL Illy IQtv serted that bis mare' had been tam- pered with, and substantiated his claim with Spear's alfidivit Sprat O'Learv, of Los Angeles, the latter off one way or another for a viuiui geltinc a well-earned and popular de- good miay bui nj nat always allejed that he made the affidavit on- cislon7 in the second round O'Leary tter) to corr.e a, to re- ly alter Billings had aEtwi lo fioorsd Hvland.wilh z well-directed EBOnd to the bell. Now the report has good tho Mav, illeres oore spon o e oe. W j punch that caujht the veteran off his It11, ra33t ,lmwl ha. j being ..................__________r- -lh. ao iuc a.- 'lirhnd had the heller ot j 'eVn'su'mpticn, developed from ptieu- Troltinj associatloa. From it the go from the second to the tenth: contracted In Minneapolis 1SOB, un.il May, nalurally round, landing some stHf body blows. ind iha, hc is dor.... Ihe balance- EGAN TO TOUR WORLD but the youngster came back strong the eleventh and picked up all the vay to the last bell. SOX. AND GIANTS San Francisco, Nor. Ejan, of Ean Francisco, formerly a mc-mbei of the Spokane Indians, acd for six years second baeeman for Cincinnati, signed a contract with Manager Jim- That'may be to, for he'made, a poor j to J _ shewing in a ClaVs C league last acu OiBCi j will' refuse to believe that ever, con- Jjj3 sumption can get.the Rube's goat and VI ..____ bails he saw a chance to recuperate some of these tosses and will try bacehall "for one season And he looSs for the Calgary baseball club to be a paying tn.vestmml under the new scheme. i Will >e New Manager. One thing Is certain, there will be a new manager. If SUelb wants lo sUy with the