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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LE BA1LT -.1TRBALD October 3.1013 :GpFRi SCENE by Those in !he World's Series COBB, ONE OF THE FEW mm V P 4 TO PICK ATHLETICS MWl1 'JM 'New Ost. regard- log the outcome oi getting ready tor MM -world's serirs appears to te aa-j fewukllv divided this jear. Pccoiintiit fcurbill players and writers are pte'-j, dieting a very close series of games j nitli low scores predominating." 'All of tee luck or breat ol (ho, 'pirtteitxinj an Imporlant factor in; winning ot the pjotsbip. The same situation hss dp-j in the belting. Outside of j .the) tome cities oi the two .clubs the wagericj is at even' and players of other' re beginning to te beard here! qi tbs advan_c_e j opening, game the s are Frank "Ch'anceyNapo- Griffith; and those who _ {jje fjiants Us crcbabie are: Geo.' .Johnny. (BY TY. ne Allilrtira will win the big series, probably easier than they did in They say they haven't Coomhs, but .they forget they still have Bender and Plank. Also don't lor- get that- flush, Shawkey ar.d Ko'Jcix are three'great youagsteis. Connie Mack has plenty of pitch- ing material- 1 can't figure where the Giants have anything on ihf. Athletics in pitching. Moreover the Athletic team out- classes the Giants, their infield can't compare with Mack's, which is the'greatebt" in the major lea-' sues; The Athletic outfield is just as; good as McCi raw's, so 1 can't anybody is justified in saying-that-the Giants will have. a Walkover. bout luck and bail' to play tbe- final tomorro 18 against nice icr beating Heinle Zimmerman of 'the lUetics.janl three franVly usde- j Ctfpago Cobs ont base hits. The Almost withotii jseVret was'discloeed by JeS Tesreau, rt predtc- or !tbe NeV. York'GiaiiU, wbo won a the series :vraly..'contested ?st birak m 1 swing libel T "ihc-otbpr. .of thirteen from the .Cubs fbe through the biitte facins cause serving a this cba- superior h attin daj1-1 suspension as a" result of a run in 'Vita "regretted third basetnin vras not in the batting clvb'.'vril) more the TMEET WOLGAST leaving inlay -.for Mew TCtllie Rit- Icbampioii, received ;lliit the date of his .match with Jiii advanced to ir.28 from Octoiier 31. V agreed 10 meet defeated for f or Paclciy .McPaUina. on November 10 cr 11. mvm J- ...--5 S t New Yprt 8 U Fincrran "arid Matbewson, Marqujrd Second he- wag making rsvealsd "the EC- crftt'tiat hiany of the twlrlera have preventing Zlmmermaa from fat- tening his.batting Ulkti to Pitch to ZimnVerman "I Would rather, pitch to Zimmerman lhan any other man in the leWue know'oT." salil "Anditheri are many pitcher's-in-the league wh- feel the same, because we have-'tt" a.bqut him; Whether he is goli andoyiog Is learned "when h his trip to the he se, cures .a an smash cbni-iitii' what be is going to "do time. Then.we all proceei to-kid .him and In that nay eiclte him and cause Hm to take bis mind off tiU wo.'i. As a result he has "done little heavy 'batting against onr club'this :beason.-' It nothing compared to: There seems i of truth In .what Tesre.auOfays'of Zim- merman, as the latter 'certainly ba's not increased bis average off the.hus- iy New York flinger. If Zlmnjeriia'n did not do better against .other twlrl- era he would not be an" asset >to f "west aide He has reau in five games, in faced jr-J remaining'Is "All 1 i has in In 'te has raanaEed four hite'for: ai aver BU'O- one "doeE.'not, Zimmerman lo do when .'to ibe" plate tor ;the. first aad or cen- Celd either Burns or make a. wonderful one-hand 3 '..and .j Cillri .In dariuess. BrooWyn-Boston, nin.; American. A" james postponed on account-oi "JChin, catch.: That la enough., It maies him 26 peeved that he forgets bon- to hit and trip he makes to tho plat? afterward he tries to knock the. ball out of the lot! When a man attempts do' that you .have him. If you bare noticed, he has done that nearly every time has faced lav. Affects Zimmerman one' of the makes a spe.cticular him he.imrc gone to the plate hin thoi.e nineteen to poke atH_pjgi aje c< ieet. His urst'.bingie off-TeBreai July. SO.'-Vith man'ph base, and his la'al.-August 22 as an Infield aitiglej Zim. Cannot Curb .Temper Zimmerman is banging the ball but cothli'g llVe hev'illd i BeaEOn. Inability, t cur'fi'bis temper Is] nitcher forces him on a long fly to bna of MB.outflcldera or fools him oa a'alow'bail'-lie.1 Im- mecll-itely proceeds to blow up and roast tie pitcher, telling he will do the'next time up. Thia IB 'playing directly Into the hands of the twtrler, who la then in a better position to bewilder him .with a slow Zlraraerman la weafc. The latter, ncrmits liimselt to become fretful over his ob: tain a hit instead if .retaining hia composure and walking to the plate calm and determined to niaito the fwlrlM. get the ball across. "In his cUement he balls over his head and at wide sweeping "curves. Philadelphia Bnoklyn National w. il K 78 67 65 Cl r.c. .658 .5S1 51 eo 05 C9 82 82 S7 89 .331 Iwtnit iSiiii, 'i American 88 63 81 65 T8 69 77 52 61 S6 'B5 93 P.C. ALLEN BESTS ALFRED DE OROj Scorn '200 to 149 In Hrtt Block of ,V 600-Pojnt Match Oct. Allen, of Kansas ?lty, took the first block of zop pointsioTitgni-fnhii-Alfred de Oro tho "world's In their. COO- ball rnalch: (or'the pocket.billiard ti- le. Tlie Allen, 200i De AlleD'A. high .run. wag 3S, with ona scrRtch, while Dp' Ore's best was 34, with two'scrttches.'" Allen, who is- but twenty-three years' old. played a remarkably cool, steady .garae, wllh little ot the" sensa- tional In Be Oro elec- liilled spectators several limes by brllllint' gather and combination piaylnj. De Oro, however, appeared nervo-je, mi not at his be3t. Twice In'todarXplay Alien So points behind the champion, but his reli- afrlo plarlng him victory. second points mil (omorrow'i-ilght. MACK WILL PRIME ATHLETICS Will Usa Strongest-Lineup Against Yankees In Final Strict Philadelphia, Oct. Mack, manager of' the Athletics, returned today with sis "cub" players; who have been ined in the series Just com1- .Washington, ami to- morrow the American league cham- j.lons, iveatlier will start the final of their schedule with New Ymk. It Is expected that Mack will .present his strongest lineup, In order: that (earawort may be perfect- ed for Ih'e world's terlea next week. player's of the Alb-' lellcs have, teen allowed to take things easy they cinched tho pennant. They are expected (o start today a course of training that edge.for the opening game with the NOK-Yori Giants next Tuesday, but rain, which feir in al- at a r.ontlnii'Wis. downpoirr, "pre- Ma them from practicing. w. CANTILEVER CAPTURED RICH ENGLISH STAKE' London, Oct. Jockey Club stakes of run over the last mile- and three-quarters o! the Cesarewilch was won at, Xtwmarket today by Lord Hnre.- wood's t'hrcft-'ycar-old colt Cantilever, by Bridge, bl Caany-t'Sblhead, who startfd at 6 io 1. .The favorite, Au- gust Belmont's 'Tracery, 6 to 4 011, and. Mr. .Fairi Aleppo, 4 'to 1, third, the "winner is-trained by C. Leader.- Tbere'were seven run- ners.- r- Tracery looted winner.when the- horse reached the bushes, but was caught in the. 'Cantilever, the latter Tinning'by three lengths. itlie- of Parii" The; Sherman on Moiaay and Tues day CLOTHINQ THOUGHTS are leneraltr those of the moil the inouey, vrlUi the avcraio dan. You will get more than that I! you chooie a suit from our superb .display. You will pet a quail ly of cloth and trlmmlne. a cltss of tailor- ing that many n custom tailor would gladly imitate. Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATSMAN Emprcn Block Fifth Street REFUSES FOR SON OF ROOK; New York. Oct S. Eel-1 chairman, ot ths JocVey club, it .known .todayi-'luw refused an offer of for' Tracery, the. four-year-old sou 'of rnMOV which racing with _ for two seasons in EDE-'' land. r The 'fit er; came by "cab! e.' Sroro W, Allison, the well-fcnoivii man and-breeder U is thought an; agent. .cted in r.he ot... -tew tho "Mj'slbrlM of Paris" at" .The Shflrman qn Sfondby. and Tues- day.neit, i this Ad; out and bring it to .the "2 M'S" arid we. give you REAL MONEY for it f ferriNO ON THE'lESAREWiTClil 1 ICh: arid 100, lo H...--.W harlton, 100 to 8; Washi ur and to ing Day, Au- 6; SI.00 S5.5Q 51.25 S15.00 We'will sell lied Laljel, wear at And pay you lOc for We will soil -you' Stanfield's Blue Laucl wear at We All Un- derwear for and pay yon 10c-fov tliis. Ad. We will sell you values iii Sweater Coats at and pay you this AjJ.. you-our .Sweater Coals at----..... arid over, and pay you 7pc for this Ad. We will sell you Combination Underwear, heavy weight O jT- and pay you. looifor this Ad. We will sell you Fall and Winter Caps af, and pay you_iQc.for this Ad: We will sell you'the best .value in Men's Fall Suits you ever bought atj...................... and pay you f or.- this We will seirypn our licst values in Fall Suits at and pay you for this Ad., ..We will sell best values in Suits for S2Q.OO and pay you for.this Ad. Wo will sell best Suits pay you for this Ad. We will sell you onr-best.Ovcrcoafs at 'aiid pay you 81.75 for.this Ad. will sell you our best values in Over- coats at (and up) ami pay you for tliis Ad. We will sell you any pair of Shoes in stock including the Geo. A..Slater, prices from down to ami pay yoiiSOcfoi1 tliiS Ad. We will sell you any Urd in (lie house from ItfC.......'................ anil you 25c for liiis Ad. i sell you any Sheep-Lined Coat m tjic.llousvjmecs and pay.yo.u 75c. for tliis Ad. Cut this Ad. out arid bring it to our store before Oct. 17th. Not good after that date. IT WILL PAY YOU McKelvle 2M's McGuire ;