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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta f THE LETnCRIDGE DAILY HERALD Wcflncsilay, November 26, Coulda't Pui! with Directorate Reason Given Out-Didn't Like Being Spied Upon Cincinnati, Uhio, Xov. was officially by the lioaij oi' dircciots oi tl'C Cincinnati Usscbail club laic today that Jec Tinker, KiaiiBger of tf.5 learn last season, not manage it during the sea- ion ot 1SH. Inability to conic to terms with Tinker was the IMSOU lor this conclusion. Xov. Tinier as- frrtfd tonight be would never be s flayer" oa a team frotn whose man S'riiiuit. he was ousted today. He said his release carac as a surprise and be bad no plans. Ticker rpgret ted that he co'Jii not retain the management for another y.-ar, as h? thought that he could build up the leara into a stroDicr aggregation. T.nler asserted be was released be- as manager, he refused to be "a-iiguietrad. He said it hail been (he practice of-some maa unknown to the-players to watch them when thev were oS the fitld. When be objected to that, opposition to him increased among the club's directors. THE FATAL MIMIC BATTLE AT PORT CREDIT, NEAU TORONTO DODGERS GLAD TO GET ROBINSON FOR MANAGER CECfL. _ NOt. SAID TO HAVE. FIRED FATAL SHOT. Official Batting Averages American League N'ew York, NOT. are official American League records for all bailers who made an average above .250 per cent, (or the season oi :1H3. as coin filed by Irwin M. Howe, Americau League staUstlcun, and made today: I Vhiladolphia i Uvston Cleveland I Detroit Washington ____ I Chicago CLUB BATTING' (tames AB 153 J3ia 151 4374 5030 C.063 5095 4S2i 152 15 155 153 153 It 1413 1350 1343 129S JiSS 1I5G 1139 220 2is 207 178 154 HI 31t HH 81 33 17 Pet. .255 1SS 151 2SS 211 .263 4SS INDIVIDUAL BATTINU 15 or More Games. Games AD. R II 15C' 157 .250 Detroit J22 423 BOEton 30 40 Jackson. Cleveland US 553 Speaker, Boston 141 520 E. Collins. Philadelphia 14S 634 Gilhuoly. New Yori; 24 linker, Philadelphia 149 yC5 Cleveland 137 465 rhiladelphia 148 D. Murphy, Philadelphia 40 59 Schaefer. WjshUston 52 100 Gandil, WasUingEon 147 550 Crawford. Detroit 153 610 Lciivelt, Cleveland. Xen- York 34 50 Strunk, Philadelphia Kolden, N'ew Pork TO S 109 197 94. ISO 125 1S4 23 120 15') 177 19 32 M 175 7S -193 .3 n 30 S3 G 16 2B 1C7 IS 15 1 Sin Francisco. Nor. the fu- ture Jimmy Clabby fays he will bu careful of Uklng on si rang? r sparring partners, And thereby iianjs u tale. Jleceullr a young fellon- weightns abiwt 155 or ICO pounds dropped down to his. tralnlug quarters at .Milieu's aisd requested a chauce to box with the Indiana middleweight, dabby "My trainer looked at him and ask-1 ed hln'x It he had his things with him.' The stranger replied ttat he had, and arrangements were made for him to So. We opencil the first round, and shortly afterward weal lato a clinch. The stranger locked my ana and put ill his weight on It. He had ny arm During the Last Days of the Herild't Subscription of the Blj Prizes Only a Few Days Your .Last and Best Word In Your Home FUld With only four taoro days until tile clufe of the foulest eau- uluates ore more in" earfiv.-il than ever. la Ir-oling over the list It is easy to find almost a score -a! tlio con- testants wuo intend to muko tt hid to gel tutu the list Several to have Jrupped off lu tlielr work, but these 1'j'vl workers may yet a factor at the finlsli. the ecd o( a contest Is the hardest part to get a lino on rriiere aro about as methods of as there are fnndWatos. sow like ,Wy l (ll position, that there was a! LSI chance of breaking It. and 1 asked him I to let go. Ho Lung on, however, a i the imblic controls the, con- will give more help to 10 lie CG 79 4 17 hlra loose. It looked like ci enner or 54 aud and 4500 vot fellow was trying to harm 1 was made during the first period i Snicked hta out when came for! JL011 (by mall, and faScr) ree. again. the stranger' eune Vi" to he immediately dressed and left caiup.' Ha would not tell bis name, and acted mysteriously. AH we could 1IR SB 62 .396 nm! "im down.'' 3 ,3751 Clabby was eo worked up over IMa 7 3E .373'. incident that he telephoned to Pro- 45 .360 linoter Coffroth and toid him that ho 'ij? I a job oij to put him l i out of business. The iS 3 i. 0 9: 12 33 ill. -V 1' 10 !2 1 .320 .313 -310 .3H '.305 Efcbett, jr., Hopes to See Brooklyn Regain Laurels of Days Gpne By. New York, Xov. hare been cftcr HobiuEon for sorr.e said Charles II. today, "and wo have just received his signature to a contract to handle the Dodgers. He is now in cbarjl' of the players aofi may begin making arrangements for nEAt year as scon as he cares la to] f o. 'As yet we have discussed DO im- portant changes, but he is a man of action and as Econ as lie has been liore Song enough to warm his chair, you will bet-in to hear of his arrange- ments for the J9H sermon. "Of coarse, we hope thai he n-ill make Jhe a pennant winner pnd place the Brocilrns hijli base- ball plane .they in )S93 and 1SCO, they led Ihe National lea- gue procersiou." RUBE MARQUARD TURNED FEDERAL LEAGUE Jlilwauiee, N'or. Rul? Marquard, of the N'ew York Giants, was approached here today b? an I seent of the Federal league, 'aiiiing; if. he would consider a proposition.! Hube.turned it down, stating he ex- pected a contract from Secretary I'os-! IET this'yt'jk when he intends signing' for next year. j STREET A PARTICIPANT IN 154 173 .539 149 164 .293 43 57 .2'.'S lai 175 '-73 72 .286 150 150 .MS 7S 09 .2Ji ___ 23 25 .234 .....143 163 ,2M ...I 'J2 19 .292 143 144 .299 14S 163 .2S9 51 S9 37 20 .286 136 153 .253 67 53 .253 61 34 26 .SS3 RESULTS IN THE WHIST LEAGUE LAST NIGHTJ The inlfrcsl in the Whist League Iccrcasts as the schedule advances, iinS >uir.e of the games' played last nigLt- proved The Hoses Kent by nine 1'olnts, and Cum- berland accounted for tne Nomads nilli twelve tricks, while the Cal- itist r.oscd ahead of the C.O.F. by tfce nairovr matg'.n o! three tricks. Tfw closest game yet. played was tral the-new Invicfas and Court Star, A. O. anil resultcil in fhc lirst drawn game ol the season. The Iliiltanias did cot appear, and the I Milan, Washinston Boston Bauman, Detroit St. Louis Ryan. Cleveland....... E. Murphy, Philadelphia O'Neill, Cleveland C. Walker, St. Louis Shotten, St. Louis Derrick.- Kew York'... Ensle. Boston Hooser, Boston ___ Caldwell, New York Stovall, SL Louis C. Thomas, Boston... Oliirins. Philadelphia McKce, .Petroit A. Williams, Washington Wiltett. Oe'troU I. Thomas, Philadelphia CiartntT, Boston 131 133 .2S2 47 37 .2S2 Fisher, N en- York 37 22 .278 Boston.......... 30 SS .m Baro', PbihlJelphia 135 125 .275 G.' William's, St. Louis 149 147 .273 Austin, St. Louis 142 131 .273 Stone, St. Louis 17 9 .273 Weaver, Chicago ......151 145 .272 Morgan, Washington 137 131 AH Cree, New York 147 145 .271 (Jainor, Detroit 104 97 .270 Vc-acli. Detroit 13S 133 Muilln. Detroit Wood, Boston I Graney, Cleveland 'chase, N. Y., Chicago Ycrkes, Boston Lfubuc. Detroit Peckinpaugh, York ClcvcJand Hodle, Chicago N'eV York Ccok, XCK- York Chicago lotaEon. Washington Cleveland 13S .267 14t 141 .267 ..137 1.30 .207 CO 36 .267 55 ALF. JORDAN. WILL ACT AS REFEREE At National Checksr Tourney to be Held In Hamilton in December. Hamilton, Nor. very enthus- iastic meeting of the executive of the Dominion.Checker .association was held In Toronto and a'rrangc_mDnU were completed for what promises to be cn'j of the best chetker tourneys ever held on the continent.' If is ex- pected that the following prize money J100, second third )59, aiid fourth indote. "a large num- ber from the sister provinces to com- pete for the.Dominlpn championship; .It -was decided th'at the-knocltont system would be. the rule of play, six I james to ballot. restriction and; losers In suc- cessire rounds would "enter a consola- tion'to'Jrney with OTJ third and fourth jirizes at issue. The tourney will take place in Hamilton at the Checker club rooms, 64 East Ktng'street, on Mon- day, liec.' 29. For further information apply to Secretory Frank Woolcotl, 170 West Hunter street AH. Jordan, the world's checker champion, TviU act as referee, and take full charge of Ito tourney. seriously and said that the ;catap_fpilowing threatened to do bod- ily harm to the stranger. Prank Schiller "zis sought to throw scuio 'light on the affair, and he did I ot take U as seriously as Clabby. "11 OWES the'fellow must have been All Krohn, a giceti boxer, who had a bout before 'iny club several months ago, and came iq m'j the other day to help him set on as one. of Clabby's spar- ring explains Schuler. sehi him dow'n, and 1 guess the boy. In trying to make good, thought he had to tussle with Clabby and hung on In (he clinch. He knows little about the game, being one "of those willing arid strong, millers. I cannot think that he deliberately tried to harm Clabby in any way." So the usMal'monotonous, training grind Las been relieved for the prts- it. .the meanwhile Sailor Logan, Clabby's opponent for the Thanitsgtv- awaj- at He boxed Sh'annbn'fl in San Rafael. on.'Snnday and continued the glove iilay yesterday.' Ilefqre Clabby had his experience the .stranger he played three gamta of tennis, which has been added to his routine of training. The middle we'stenier does .not go on the road and he thinks that the ancient court sport will Improve his speed and wind. Later Clabby took on Mcehau and Mark Donnell, his heavy. sparring mates, for six rounds of cbxlng. Promoter. Coffroth said yesterday that Jim Griffin, the club's referee, would- officiate as third man in the ring. When Logan and Clabby signed articles it was specified that IMi club's regular official would act, and no trouble Is anticipated on that score. Wm. H. Hihdley of Magrath Wins Special Prize To tho 1S13 (Signed) W. A. CHAS. WESTLEY, 91? 6th St. S.'................. MISS VERTA PICKEL, 13l2f6th Ave. MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St.'KlldJ, MISS ROSE Cardston, Alta MISS MAYME McMAHON, Barons, Alta......... MR..VVM. H. HINOLEY, Magralti. Alta.............. MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 13th SL S............ MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank, Alia....... MR. WALTER, OBORNE, 10th S....... MR. EDGAR SAINSBURY, Cranbrook, B. C. MISS MARY McDONALD, Slah-more, Alta. MR, EDWARD MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 623 10th St S MRS. A. B. PIPES; 4M 5th Ave. S...................... WISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. sV. HISS EVA MUTTON, 814 6th Avt. MISS LAURA TELFER. Fernlc, B.C. MRS. O. H. BENSON, Diamond City, MRS. L, 8. SPARKS, Raymond, Alt3.................." MR. GERALD DULMAGE, Sow Island, Alta.............. MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 19lh St. N. MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th St. S... MR. WM. ISAAC, MISS HELEN 5th Avs. S.................. MISS MAGGIE MOORE.1731 6th Ave. N. MISS CLARA BJORKBLAD, 1220 5th Ave. S............ CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Dlood Reserve, Maclebd Postolfice, THE CONTEST CLOSES DECEMBER FIRST 26B.350 S38.800 180.900 128.3SO 19450 R. MALCOLM Finding game scarce oti their hunt- ing trio, stvcral boys engaged In a sham battle wilh 32 calibre rlfks. The took shelter behind trees and ilr- cd at each other. T. Crisp fell with a bullet-wound In the forehead, aald to have been fired by hie chum Bab- coik. Thos. Crisp in Boy Swut uniform, although he not on eiecutire will decide whether the i duty when the accident occurred." Trie Sons ol Kngland are entitled to the w" shipped to Hamilton for bur points by default. Following were the srores: Cumterlacd J3I, Nomads 119. llosss 127, Kcntishmen Ii8 Callics a 0. V. 111. 143, Co-jit Star 143. ill. The verdict returned by the chief coroner's jury at the Inquest was that "Sherman and Babcock did unlawfully and slay. Thos. Crisp." Shermar, and Bibcock are being held on a of murder, and Malcolm 33 i miticltl witness. Ileall, Cleveland, Chi- cago Malscl, New Vork Wolter, Kcw "York If. New York. Cleveland.. J. Walsh, F'hllailclphia Mundy, noston -..slow. Detroit Chapman, Cleveland Washington 0. Dush, Detroit Washington S6 SI .203. 127 IDS 117 '03 .2Ci M 13 K'.. 150 H4 .253 51 35. .263 S4 74 .2.; S3 37 .20} HI 127 .259 23 17 ?.l' K .157 127 100 .Ss8 27 21 .255 133 ife .255 Si i 77 .255 17 13 .255 17 H .255 140 131 .25) 103 33 .251 152 i 40 .251 80 Cl .250 GETUIDOFIT GO OKT IT the. warm milch frae ma link red coo, An' I love the twa horns .on her heid, Wi'-lhe-mihh an' ma Red Seal- I a'lraw brew, An' we'll use her Urn horns when she's dciil" McAllister. BUCHANAN'S RED SCOTCH SMOOTH and velvety, flavnrcij wjlh llio faintest mrrnorj of peat ami hrt.-ilfier, kissed with ihclioiiqucl of Ificehcrry rask in which it matured for 30 Hed Seal Scotch; is a "Govern- ment Standard" whisky, und is cxc-Cplional in quali- ty and character. 'Bottled at the distillery always. Red Seal is jiro cminently a safe whisky lo order for those who want a true quality Scotch. Get it to-day. At all Gnod flcatcrt, Holds and Cafct. Cencrnl Agent for TORONTO ;