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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTHBRIDGE DAILY HER A LD Thursday, October a, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS '-Betting on World Series in Favor Red Giants Manager is Studying Rivals New York, Oct. Giants yes ienlay made their last public appear- mice on the home grounds before the opening of the world's series here next Tuesday, The National league cham- pions win cross the river today to Brooklyn to wind up the season in a three game series. The' only activity on the polo grounds before Tuesday will he an exhibition game between the Giants and the New York Americans on Mon- day for the entertainment of the sail- ors ivho are here with, the vanguard of the Atlantic fleet. i It is understood that 5Ianager Mc- Graw and Christy Mathewsdn, the mainstay of the Giant pitching1 staff, will spend the rest of the week in Philadelphia sizing: up the Boston Am- ericans whom the Giants meet in ihc world's series. Boston Favored A reporter who canvassed brokerage houses which have Boston connections Eaid that about had been wag- ered ai odds of five to four on Bos- ton. The Papers' Part The art of combining baseball play- ers with journalism promises to be more highly developed in the forth- coming world series than, ever before, j Practically all of the star players have been engaged by newspapers to give the public inside information a? to just how the games were won or lost. Tesreau, Mataewson, Marquard, "Myers, Kerzog. and Doyle are conspic- uous among those who will turn news- paper reporters after they havg" finish- ed their days work on the diamond. MOVE MOUNTAIN TO PLAY Obstruction Feet High on Li! Vs of Buck Hills Club Will Be Cut Away at Cost of Bethlehem, Pa., Oct. "Wealthy summer residents of the Poeono mountain district have awarded contracts for the removal of a mountain in the centre of the links of tho Hucb Hills Golf elub. Thy moun- tain is feet hit'h, seveu- etghths of a mile long, and half a mile wide It will cost, to remove the hazard. HUGH FULLERTON ON THE WORLD'S SERIES A CLEVER COMPARISON OF DEVORE AND LEWIS Now York eomos nojirer to Hotting i Ho Is a college mun and when col to an equality with tho Huston Red IPKO out hi California ho dcaiilsod jquallty Sox in left Held than in I ho other two positions In tho outflclil. Still even In that position a shado ihe udviintaKo is with tho lloston team, for Duffy Lewis outranks little Josh Uevore and gives t lioston the better all-round oiitllold. I left Held, blliltlii Theso two men shown In the tables presented below Cheney, of the Cubs, is the best twirlei in having won 24 games and lost S. Rube iManniard is second, with 26 victories ami 0 defeats. Tea- roan, of the Giants, follows Murquard and then comes Low Richie, of tho Cubs. In tho American Joe Wood of the Bostoi) s ,s tu ,ead wltll ras lose 32 won and 4 lost. Eddie Plank. all the advantage his speed ought to veteran left-hander of the Athletics, comes next, with 23 victories and 6 defeats. Walter Johnson ranks third. Wood and Johnson established a sea- have giveu him. Lewis Studies the Batters When it comes to fieldinsr Devore son's record when each of them pitch. will cover more ground with his feet, 18 successive games hefore defeaf while Lewis appears a headier and came 'heir way. The following are the better general in ihe outfield and a better student of batters. Devote is not the greatest Ileldor South Africans Win London, Oct. weather pre- vailed at Bath today for the first match cf the visiiins South African team against Somerset. The Sprlngooks were not playing their heaviest pack, but the forwards av- eraged IS: pounds. At half lima they had scored ten points to Somerset's nil. The final score'was: Aricaus. 24; Somerset, 3 points. GETTING Sp.ME GOOD BOUTS -J------- Winnipeg is betomiug quite a stamping ground for the top- notch pugilists. The latest hilled is a ten-round bout he- tween Pacltey ilcFarland and Tommy Kilbane, October 11. The Buttermilk Kid Pittsburg has a new pitcher by the nain-s of Tipple. The youngster has been misnamed as he has never drunk anything stronger than buttermilk in his life. New York Fans Reinstated Red Murray i J> r it xi trying-to steal. Knabe was spiked by I me Wonds oenes Lemon of 1911Duraa in the flrst "miag and hai1 to retire from the game. GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES National Giants Again go Down New York, Oct. their last Na- tional league contest at the Polo grounds this season, New York was again defeated by Philadelphia' by a score of 2 to 1. The game came to a sensational close. The champions lilled the bases with one out in the 9th when Crandall who was batting for Wiltse, hit a drive over Dodges' head. The youngster jumped In the air and made a neat one-handed catch and then doubled Myere off first. Ses.ton was wild, but effective while Killifer National League pitchers who have won at least half of their i Cheney, Chicago...... Marquard, New, York Tesroau, New -York Richie, Chicago Hendrix, Plttsburg Reulbaeh, Chicago___ Craudall, New York Camnitz, Pittsburg MathewBon, New York Wlllse, New York Ames, New York Leilield, Chicago W. 24 17 17 17 22 13 12 19 22 9 a L. P.C. 8 .750 8 .743 6 .73U 6 .730 9 .710 6" .684 Robinson, Pittsburg Adams, Pittsburg Sugg-3, Cincinnati Breunan, Philadelphia Lavender, Chicago Alexander, Phila..... Rixey, Philadelphia Harmon, St. Louis j Banton, Cincinnati Seaton, Philadelphia n 10 10 14 18 n n 17 12 .570 .57l> .556 .538 .529 .529 .500 .500 .500 IETHBRIDGE The local market today is fcaluu loss, there hcing no change iu the n sjiective quotations. No. 1 Northern JO.67 No. 2 Northern u.liS N'o. .'i Northern fl.ua No. -I........................................ No. ii O..I7 No. I Allrerla Hed O.Oti No. 2 Alberta Ited 0 ul No. Alberta Hcd Ii No. -I Alberta lied.................. (I No. 5 Alberta Hed 0.47 Dairy butter.............. u.no Bran, per Ion............. 21.00 Shorts, per 23.00 Oats, per ton. Backed I'G.OO lioliod Oats 27.00 Butter and Creamery huttor jj............. (1.35 Eggs, fresh 0.35 Vegetation: New potatoes, per lb.............. O.Of beets, per lb............... O.OU Carrots, per lb..............003 Turnips, per 0.01 Onions, per to .04 Cattle on trie rtoor: Steers, per pound .....7 Cows, par pound Cows, dressed, per pound .05 .111 0.11 Steers, lb. Shtep: jive, per cwt. '5.09 Dressed, nor cwt. 11.01) Hctfli: Dressed, por !b. 0.11 live, per tb.....................0.03 WINNIPEG GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Oct. is a go'od cash demand for all grades oi wheat, with [airly liberal offerings. The opinion of many is that prices are now as low as they are likely to f ;o, and that "the present is a good ime tu buy. The market for pened g- lower for October aud -Dt- ember, and J- lower for May. There- ras considerable activity and price1) leld steady. American options were ilso weaker at the opening and ;teady.- Weather conditions conlinuu I. :leai for threshing ami delivery, hut lercentage oi tough wheat in receipt1) till very high. Total cars inspect ts d in sight 800. There are al- eady complaints of car shortage at nany points on both the Canadian 'acific and Canadian Northern. Wheat- let.......... ;ov.......... ICC.......... lay )ct.......... ov. ec........... ct.......... Open Close SSf 88t 37J 331 Those in the American League who threw out five New York players have won half of their games are as trying to steal. Knabe was spiked by I follows: L. P.C. Tip "Smoky" Joe's the Boy "Who'll trim them "I." said Joe Wood; "I'll trim 'era "I'll trim th-am Giants.'1 E. Phair, in the Chicago Ex- arainer. Outfielder Jack Murray, of the Giants, is a bright example of what pluck and determination will do in the face of adverse hostility. Murray is today one of the idols of the Polo grounds. He is by far the best cut- fielder on his team and one of Uio very most valuable men working for McGraw. At the beginning of the present season lied Jack was a tisa.il one in the estimation cf the bugs. The enthusiasts riding his neck, rough-shod, crying lustily for ins scalp. And ail because the fiery iha.it-b'Cd right gardener luid fallen I down in the v.brld's series with the j Athletics. In the .lamentable world's series of last fall Murray was little wcrse than In fact, if the Here's a THs Speaker Hunch Tris Speaker, the contribution of" y or his the Lone Star State to the world's Giants had won out he v.-ouk> have baseball series of 19U', may prove the' Juic.ji.ive -Nemesis of the York Giants in i tiieir ambition to become the cham- j beoii accorded a big here. Bui defe; j v.-ns embitw.-ed hy the thonght that .Murray had failed to get a single hit the harder against the youngsters who were trying to break into his preserves. If jIcGraw had entertain- ed any idea of'sacrificing "Rc-d" the notion was soon lost. Murray proved one of the best men right from the start of the year. It is doubtful if the-re is any better thrower than Jack in organized base- ball. The American league has some Speaker and Lewis of the Red Sox have deadly arms one and all; Ty Cobb is possessed of a good wing, and so Is Joe Birmingham cf the Naps. Mrtybe some of these can return thc ball to the plate from a deep field as quickly as Red Jack, hut not one of them will make as many accurate pegs in 10 trials. His deadly accuracy has made Mur- ray the terror of ail opposing base runners. Kven fast men hesitate about going from first to third on a hit-and-run play if the necessary bin- gie goes into Murray's yard. Still "Chief" Meyers Uptimistic "I am to predict now that the 1912 Giants ivlll be the champions of the world bcforevanother month has rolled Mey- ers, the Giants' hard-hitting catcher. Bender Picks Red Sox j Charles Albert Bender, of' the Athletics, picks ibe lied Sox to tils BIX games pKwed. lie didn't Cotter's Hitting Won Chicago, Oct. Cotter's two singles, one in the ninth and the other in the tenth enabled Chicago to win the final game of the series today (i to 5. Schulte's thirteenth home run tied the score iu the-sixth but Wilson's homer gave the visitors the lead in the eighth. With bases full in the tenth and "two out, Cotter singled, scoring Schulte with 'the winning run. Boston Beat Brooklyn Boston, Mass., Oct. de- feated Brooklyn in two close games this afternoon. The first by a score of tiiree to two and the second by sev- en to six. American Wood, Boston 32 Plank, Philadelphia 23 Johnson, Washington 20 Hall, Boliton 17 Coombs, Philadelphia 21 R. Colline, Boston 14 Groom, Washington '21 Bender, Philadelphia----- 14 Lange, Chicago 12 Dtibuc, Detroit 17 Bedient, Boston 15 Cashlon, Washington Walsh, Chicago 22 O'Brien, Boston Gregg, Cleveland 18 Hughes, Washington----- 12 Steen, Cleveland 0 Standing, .Cleveland 15 i Willelt, Detroit 15 C. W. Brown, Piilla..... II) Naps Beat St. Louis St. Louis. Oct. won the opening game of the farewell ser- ies with St. Louis this afternoon by a score 4 to 2, by bunching hits "off j Allison with errors by his team mates" in tfie eighth inning. .889 .703 .725 .080 .607 .6117 .617 .036 .632 .630 ,052 .600 .571 .561 .545 .529 .517 .500 Cash I'riccs o. 1 Nor. o. 2 Nnr.................... o. 3........................... o. o. 5 Fcotl Winter Wheat- No. I No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 2 C. -ff................... No. 3 C. W................... Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed llarloy... NO. No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No- 1 N. W................... May........................... SQUABBLE IN CANADIAN BASEBALL LEAGUE Speaking of Big Jelfs world's scries that McG: adrift, from Murray and, indeed, Jack im.- jwu io' Innisplf expected the even after fceat the Giants in the world's sorie-, P Jcfr 'V.c- hope of the club assembled for sprint; prac- but he warns the that in i Glailts- Back in the ili-i pr.st we; tict at J.larlin. Instead of sulking. placed one and our sluicis on j however, he got out and hustled all Jeff Tcsreau they will face a pitch- 7" un i er who is the best in his league a; the !or SCm'3 tho limelight. And history h.-.s a tiis. agreeable habit of rsncni'lne Chicago Examiner, present time, bar possibly Grover A1- esander. Nap Hucker and "Hub" Per- due. Bender declared that the Red So.t not balanced team, 11 play all the better or first two games Medicine Hat said' on thc aanie from the G' (lcft'at administered unless they get off in 'eloclty from al- law would cut most any part of his playing territory right to plate more than nine times ous of ten. This Murray has proven to thc satisfaction of all his opponents, and now they give him a hfirth. Marty Calls Giants Marty OTonle, thc pitcher of (he Pirates Couldn't Get Rid of Great Pitcher Barley Murphy president of the [they did. RIchIo has been on- the .hicago Cubs, couM not get waivers! Cubs'. malnstavs in the box t'-W[ >n Lurid Lew Uicliic in' the early son. He has been dubbed ing staff for the contests." that White Sox Beat Tigers Detroit, Oct. defeated the Tigers today S to 5. Walsh was lilt hard by Detroit and replaced Want Teams in Toronto and Montreal Guelph and Berlin There is a merry fight no in the Canadian Baseball league. The Otta- wa and Hamilton moguls are anxious by Oieottc, who the Tigers down f to have Berlin and Guelnh dropp-ed, with one run in tho eighth. Tbe re- cruit pitchers appeared for Detroit. MANAGERS A CLANNISH LOT but the "men behind" these clubs do not want to he "frozen and in- tend making a vigorous struggle for retention. Tho would like to j place teams iu Toronto ami tmt there is not the remotest chance n the world of President McCafferyi agreeing to split un his territory witu a class "D" organization. He has de-j All the National League managers dared most positively in regard to the pick the Giants to beat Boston i matter, and President Fitzgerald and! Rod Sox for thc hig titlr, and the j n'B associates will have to look else- .iaicrican League managers Dick ths for new sites. Niagara Falls So the use It Woodstock have been mentioned, tliey could hardly be worse than Berlin and Guelph. May Chicago 05 J WHEAT PRICES LOWEa Chicago, III., Oct. to the H mere peaceful otalook in the Balkans wheat prices slid down. Fine weather throughout the American Northwest il- had a tendency also to aid tho bears. Buying demand here 'was limile-3. Opening prices were to lower. December started at to 90-i; the same changes from last >n night's cio.se. Killer for the mtumcr In whlofc has trounced Xaw York. iOue of Ms feus was beating Maniuard, Mathewson nnd.Tosreau, tho pitching stars of the Giants, in throe different games In- side of one lycc.k. would Vnlish for them to do oti now on that scries will "DC played every place but the ball i ENGLISH FOOTBALL monil, and a lot of this advance dope] London, Oct. football is going to get the usual kick in Ihe j league games today: i slats. The players say tlicj1 will niskuj Heading 2, fliiliiiKham i. I tlicir arguments on thc ball licld. j Bristol Rovers 2, Watford 2. Two jrood salesmen to Jiulp us handle the crowd. We have the best selling pro- position in western Canada in tho best cUy under the sun. .Men must have ree-ords of sales and references. Only A 1 nir i considered. Lib- eral commission. Miiford Company ;