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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Tke tethbrldge Dally Herald, Tuesday. October Edison Phonographs sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge and carry a full line of machines, both two raiid: four minute .CANADIAN FRJCES ON ED'ISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Combination Standard .Combination .Home Combination Triumph Comb........S7S.CQ Lethbridge. Sporting Goods Co. PftONE 412 ROUND plSH OF THE SCHOOL SPODTC BETTING ON THE WORLD'S SERIES CAUSES GRAVE FEARS FOR BASEBALL'S POPULARITY BALL PLAYING GIFT, 5AY5 LAJOi CUES' STAR YOUNGSTER STAND FIRM IN THE BIG CLASH 'WHITE MAN'S HOPE' (By Manhattan) "Nearly 20 years ago a right fielder New York, Oct. ave being ion 'the Cincinnati think bis openly made ozi 'toe i-esuk of'th-e eom- iig -world's baseball series. Money has been freely placed in some hotels here and it, is said some hand-book men whose sporting blood formerly found vent in -small or big plunges on. horses are. said to find wagers on baseball contests.. There are many lovers of the na- ional game -who regret this. There is a. fear that the custom, if not checked, nay.-'spread and become-a .business. Years ago the professional game was almost killed by the prevalence of bet- name was that by if not three, and the beauty of it was thai every made cut off a base The Reds were playing the here. There was a tremendous crowd, necessitating the stretching of ropes to accommodate the overflow in the outfield. They- .did not carry the> ropes so near the right field wall in and Junior v Championships Decided successful programme 01 piiftiie 'ssH iiigH schoof sports, was. brought to a close yesterday alter-' when the.. events left over from. ing on th-e results of individual games id. series. Some p-Iayers were seixed with, the fever and then followed the f MtiiES McLEOD, MAY BE TRAINED BY JOE CHOYNSKI Chicago, Oct. McLeod, one of the first .unknowns to be mentioned as the "white man's arrived in J Chicago yeSieruay from his uoiue in Albany, Mo., and will ai once under- take to show a few persons interested in finding a can dethrone caampion Jack Johnson that he knows something about the .fighting game by boxing with Joe Choynski. The as- pirant for pugilistic honors is 6 feet 5 inches and weighs 225 pounds. He is years old and neither smokes nor drinks. Me.Leod asserted that un- less he is" convinced he can whip Johnson never come forward with an offer fight him. "I leel reasonably sure that I can McLeod said, "for I ATHLETICS LOOK BEST "ON PAPER" LEAD CUSS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF'GAME STATISTICALLY If statistics count for anything the Philadelphia Athletics have the Chicago Cubs beaten in every department of the game. In the following table Chicago's records are for 133 Philadelphia's for 144. Runs Hits S.H. B. A. F.A. Cubs 600 1130 163 184 .265 .961 Athletics.................. 628 1348 188 207 .284 .963 LANGFORD HAS MATCH MOB AN Boston Tar Baby to Fight in Ogden in November Sam Langford may be matched to meet Young Peter Jackson at Ogcien, stead of playing in the right fielder usually played, he urecl his distance so .that he that fellow. have boxed since 1 was 10 years old, Utah, early in November. Joe and -I know something about the fine> man, Laugford's manager, wired Roy points of the believe I can; Shumway, the Ogdeu boxing promoter aja as hard as Johnson, and I kaow I i saying that Langford would consider i ran take a deal mere punishment.' into tne crowa.. This brought! i u- j Joe Ghoynski, whi is trvmg to tmd throwing of games by players, some. equ-al distance between the-ropes man-to defeat said if Mc- times to win their own bets' and at other times to bolster up the betting schemes of men who paid them for crooked work. Leod can fight-at ail he will be just to ms territory outs 'or to but wnenever a ground- jwMte and -f ghows a er vrent out his-way-there was noth-.i It Is recalled that betting and the i throwing of games became so much. .ing to it. -3 shorts-top, a: seven aien at first 'on what ness to meet Johnson. serted. he would' take ot a scandai mat the organization --i have been base hits ordinarilv; then controlling baseoall found" it accessary to carpel'.four noted players and to declare them forever blaclc- six or tj-ain hjm -for all Ms fishrs_ would Choynski as- of him and "v.-ere run off. listed from the game. A few days ago j.whileat a-game between the Brook-- for the championships jlyn-aad Cincinnati reams an old.mac was'pointed out to me as being .one of 1 the-blacklisted, for he was sitting all .-were very even in junior series. B.. Sang with: 16 points, F. Bonnell be- -second -with 14. The Juniors came tie between. H, Newendorp and .who made ten points each each, will be given a. cha'mpibn- JsMp niedal.-. fellows put up .great con- especially iii the jumping; on xhe Years ago he would have _gotten an ovation had he 'appeared on a ball ground. en WJH, jjT-Qugnt this maraer to iny .attention, have .expressed the hope that baseball will frown 14.? feature of the afternoon was. the upon, discourage and expose every at- inHe' walMng race tor, .a special prize ;tempt to revive betting on the national sred -bv- -F; RV-Vpennefaincr. eame though.-. the last -did -not win, his an was 'much 'better than, -the "otfc-1 Wlth- ot securing privilege of Sunday baU .playing, Fear Coie Will Blow Up A number-'of .the-'eastern ami west-' em admirers of Leonard Cole, the young, pitcher of the. Cubs believe he can1 not stand the work in the propos- ed world's .'series. '-It is contended that the thought -of the importance of -the contest and facias a team-like the Athletics before an immense crowd of probably persons .would upset him. Cole ..was asked if he thought'.'lu would, be able to pitch with.' the cool- ness that 'he has shown up to and his do not see where there's any dif- ference in pitching in a world's series Of course; the result is of 'more am- a match at Ogden with any good uiid- DISPLAYED GAMENESS PAL MOORE FOULED HIM TWICE BUT BRITISH LAD WAS WJLL ING TO GO ON In their six-round bout at.Philadcl- dle-weight. Shumway wired that pllia last week Owen Momn display. the October daie was taken, but that Langford the Jackson, aline spirit .of sportsmanship. i woula be given the call on j Moore nearly .put the English lad out date. Young Peter hn rne third round wirh n best in Salt drawing who is would be the against Langi'ord, according co the U-cah promoter. PMadelpMa BIG CHIEF BENDEE PItciier Wlio Will Be a Formid- able Opp'oiient for the Chicago Cubs in the World's Series events. The following are the .G-irls? Junior Peanut rose Burble Wilson; 3, Emily 'Girls' -Kicdergarten Potato -.1; "Jessie Mart-ia; Flossie-.Mitchell. -Boys', S'.'aior Fatigue T. 2, A. Fiske, L. T. Pennefather. C. Aird. Baseball W. Simpson; 2. j Taylor. Distance', 90 j vards. financial losses for -the season, due they say, to the fact that Sunday base bail .was prohibited the greater part of--the latter end-of: the season..It is understood that John H. .pres- ident of the league, will call ing'of the magnates for the purpose of takig action on the Sunday, .base- ball question and reducing the salary limit, -which is now "T approve of Snnday said City Magistrate Frederick B. House a Mile Walbinjc _vvr. Simpson; j few. days ago, "for it keeps the crowds 10 3, T. Peiinefather. Time, sec, -Junior Boys 220 R. Newendorp; 2 3, G-. Whalley. 'Sack X. Whitney; 2, Pardup; 3, Ralph Johnston. High N. Whitneyr, way from the saloons." Magistrate House's remarks" were occasioned by the arraignment of a yotrrh for selling baseball score cards on Sunday. "As I believe your conterraon thar Parka; 3t C. Hutt'on and G." Whallev" did aot Height, 3 feet 1-1- inches. .Hop, Step and Gillies; 2, N. 3, G. Whallte. Boys' Intermediate 220 Sang; 2, F. Bonnell; .S.-C. Jones. Time "31 2-5 sec. .iVheclbarrow L. Fairhurst. r- 'O reprimand.'' you discharge you with a Bail Playing a Gift Napoleon Lajoie, the famous T _ Player, says ball playing is a natural. i H- Nee- born gift, supnlemented bv Grit and land; 3, C. Jones, L- Gay. Champion Irftermediate Bovs Chance puts me in I vrill do just- as- J ;ers.: They made-good time, 10; min. t-They will probably, ftnd it a dif ficuUJ Portahce. but, .that shoiTld not make the .Protestant churches difference with a twirler. If ,The prizes will he "awarded some" cent, of the Catholic churche: ;arternp.oft this week, as soon as: ODpOSed to sports of anv kind on '.committee get the awards reverted back.. This is necessary as no one j _ pupij is'allowed to take more The .owners ot'a majority-.-of' .-the prizes except the medals and for New York state league teams claim have-done in the" Perhaps" J will be more cautious, -as I- have no' seen any of the Athletic batters anc" have not the least idea how they hit I pitch in every game- and wouid'do'the'same'in a world's, series.'" Brooklyn After Youngsters -Lawrence the scout for the Brooklyn. team, will, early next yea: tour the country to look oyer young players -who may be available for thr clu-b. He plans to out from the Pacific coast. He believes that therr are' many good men 'in the league ou' there and' that it-is the best field 10: recruits. Sirtton regards .this year'E crop of young ball players, as a -whole, s about the poorest he has seen in i long time. are -very few of the men ripe for major league com- pany. He has his eye several, lowever, -whom he thinkfe are full of -1, Sang. 16 points; 2, F. Bonnell, pointii. junior Xcwendorp-, Gillies, tie, 10 points. Big Squad at West Point One hundred and ten men have re- ported at West Point for football practice. This is the largest squad hat has .come out at the beginning o; he season in years. Pullen's place at practice. Here is his theory in his own tackle and Chamberlain's a-: full arc- words. He says: Jthe only vacant positions. As hereto- playing is a natural gift. I go j fore, the army coaching will be done V. to the pan and it non't make any, by army men and Heat! Coach H. M. j difference how many ruies I've learn-! XelHs, is weJl reinforced with such .What I've got to do is hit the ball imen as Captain Beaehman. LieutenaaT They come during the wt of lhe ball i PMIooI1> ci Weat Point 1903 organized an Indian tacrcsee Uke a ughtnlng, and all Puilen. last vear's captain; Geble anny .star of 190g. T_ into the spot, this j Hammond, 1905, and Zeil Stilwell, sp0r or that-spot. The way the pitch- j Cooper and others stationed at West ers feed 'em to you nowadays, I say j Point. lucky if you can hit "em at all.' in the third round with a vicious landed low, and whicn card'sen't Moran to his "knees in'agony; Af- ter a few. minutes' rest the English man signified his willingness to go on with the. battle, but the boxers- had scarcely time for another punch when Moore !again' nit .Moran -.below the belt. iThis time Moran walked to his" corner and the referee, after -warning Moore 'that if tie .again struck low he be- announced that Mor- an-would agree again to go on. Moran had the opportunity in every except: the first and second, which- were even. He did nearly all the leading and forced the fighting. His blows had more steam behind them than those delivered by Moore, who did not seem to be.'at his best. The fight was at catch-weighcs, but there was little difference weights.' Automobile owners are informed that a plant for the repairing of all Mnds of Tirefc and Tubes has been" installed by. the Central Cycle and Repair Works, 33la Eighth Avenue, east, The difficulty hitherto met with in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by- the introduction a thorough, up-to-date plant. Specimens of work on application. Work senf. returned .with all 'pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works 331A Eighth Avenue East. Calgary. A. J. BARNES, Prop. BIG LEAGUE GAMES AMERICAN At 7 4 jfmiadelphla 7 1 Hall and Madden; Dygert and Liv- ingstone. Ac New York- Washington ___- .6 1 JN-ew York 5 4 Jonnson and Ainsmith; Gal-dwell, Jttugnes -and Blair. Tnere; were no other games sched- uled .NATIONAL At niladelpnia 12 12. 0 Brooklyn 4 3 Moore and Moran; Ball and Ber- en. At St. Louis v -fittsourg: .v. 5 J.O. i St. Lbuis 8 2 Adams and Simon; Hearne and tJresnanan, At Boston-r-1. tJostbn .New York WESTERN CANADA -LEAGUE AVERAGES The complete .'batting and fielding, pitch- ers' records of the Western Canada League have now Keen corn-piled. They will -be released to the papers of western' Canada for publica- tion next Saturday. 3 6: 3 9' 2 and Raridan; AViltse, Ames, ;randa.l, and .Wilson. At Cincinnati ;mcago 7 i 5 11 0 Weaver and 'NeeSham; Suggs and McLean. STRONG TEAM Will McFARLAND LOSES CHANCE By his refusal to make 133 pounds for a bout with Ad Wolgast Packey McFarland has virtually read himself- It for out of the lightweight division. has generally understood some '.time past that the Chicago scrap- per could not reach 133 pounds with- out weakening himself. He insisted that he was a lightweight and could make the poundage if necessary, but his action in calling off the match with Wolgast makes it certain now that he can- not longer be considered a lightweight; according to the Amer- ican scale of weights. Hereafter Packey will have to battle in his true class1 the welter brlgade. Be Put in the Tifeld-Against. thc; Athletics Chicago, 111, Oct.' Jim- my McAleer, of the Washington Sen- .j. ators, -has completed his arrangements for the team which give the new American League champions their practice ..daring the-week that the Ath- letics are to be idle, waiting for "the Cubs to, season in their league. Senator leader announced be- fore he left ,here that all of his men' that he had picked for the practice team had consented to play, and the- Philadelphia men would be given as good a chance to get into condition -to meet the Cubs .'is if .they were prac- ticing'Vith the Cubs- themselves.- Twelve men are to make up the prac-. tice team, and McAleer says that if he could nave these same 12 men to play for him during the season the league championship would be settled long. LORD DERBY'S OFFER team for a trip to Australia. Bnisscjgol do I8-just ut -em> You hear a beneves a team of Canadian Indians about hittia would mean business in ilie antipodes, and the trip will be made the coming winter. Aus- tralians are enjoying their summer. DIAMOND HIXGS No department in our busi- ness seems to increase so rapidly as the "Diamond De- partment." Close prices, lowest repre- sentations make this only pos- sible. Each stone is critically examined before mounted. Our special and Solitaire is good value. Drop in and we will be pleased to show you anything you may wish to see E.A.ETOEBT JEWELER, 'Round St. "And, unless you've got the natural j ability to hit never be a hat- 'ter. "No such -rhing as a slump in bat- Jung, it's just the luck of the game. {Here's the way that is: I get up and hit the ball. The fielder goes after it. Ha just catches it. I'm out. Back to 'the cage. go up again. Hit the ball Same thing. That man out in center j jumps 12 feet in the air and catches jit with his thumb. I get that handed ,to me for three or four games and peo- iple begin to say: j "''What's the matter with Old Lar jry? Not a hit in ihrea days.' As ever I'm hitting that ball just as hard, but jluck is against me. That's all. The next day I get up and peg ir, and some- one out. field runs under it too i far and I get around to second, and then everybody says, 'Old Larry's got his batting eye back again.' Breaks Record That Fred Clarke's four assists in a game with the Philadelphia club was a record" breaker is disputed by Freder- ick Haught of the city of Brotherly Love. Discussing the matter ho says: Baseball Fatilities Increase Baseball's list of t'atilities is ,grow- ing steadily. The latest fatal accident occurred in Washington. Struck on the temple with a baseball thrown by his elder brother, while practicing lor a same, Edward Wendell Hoge, 12 years oid, was almost instantly killed. MATHEWSON SAYS YOUNG STARS Doolin and Bresnahan are managers. OUTSTRIP NATIONAL CRACKS Next Year's Crop Will Even Up Stand- Comparison Between old and New League Otherwise (By Christie Mathewson) I firmly believe that, as whole American, league pitchers ares better and may give up active work in the field. It can not be sidestepped. There's a dearth of catching material Jin the National league. Inside ball rests to -a great extent with the battery men. With a strong pitcher and catcher who knows the op- posing team'6 weaknesses as .well as his own. it's a mighty hard job to do The victory of Lord Derby's horse, Swynford, in the St. Leger recently in- volves the fulfillment of a singular j offer by his lordship. Lord Derby's offer was that he would provide.each member of the Fifth Lancashire.regi- ment of territorials with a new busby (fur ha-t) if Swynford won. The regi- ment is 1000 strong. than the National. There are more i good pitchers working on American STOCKPORT COUNTY WON London, Oct. the Second league iootbaU game played to-day. stocKport County beat by i to 0. I much "inside" stuff. To me the success of'inside ball league mounds. The reason is simple, j rests to a extent wilh the The young pitchers in the American If he wakens and the other team league have developed faster thaa men on tne S- O. E. GAME BEFORE THANKSGIVING before the Fo.urth of July. "I really think the Athletics -will, want my team to play the "world's championship for them when we get- through with said McAleer. McAleer is taking the management of the selected teanj. at the of Ban Johnson. Every effort is to be made to keep the Philadelphia men in shape to capture the world's this year, for if the Cubs are again victorious the Ameri- can League wil have to acknowledge it is hardly in the class of the Nation- al League. Suffer from You will find an almost perfect uric-acid solvent and marvellous relief in National recruits. But next year foresee a change. I believe the of Nation- al league recruits will yield a higher pitching harvest in 1911. I expect jthe National league to be superior at [this phase of t'no same when spring jswings around again. Naturally, the catching proposition begs for some attention here. men who don the big mitt and mask in the National league are head and shoulders above their American riv- als. Even the Athletics are not as strongly fortified 111 this respect aa most of our first division teams. Han the American, league a Kling, a Gib- son, a Bresnahan or a Doolan? However, I am not optimistic on the question of National league catchers. to try to get away with a lot of stuff. The more men they get on the paths the harder they try 10 -send yo.u up 15 the air by doing the unexpected. Uwing to the illness of Secretary .Morris Irvine of the Caledonian Foot- Club, not much business was transacted last night. It was decided however to make an effort to have the O. E. game playtd before TiianKsgiving Day, as the Callies wish to visit Frank, on that day. The S. O. E. club want the on Thanksgiving Day. ;ame played -pimplea- Headaches nausea complexion- bad are some of the effects of con- stipation. The reliable remedy the latest discovered and best evacuant known, which empties the bowels without the slightest discomfort and without dls-. turbing the rest of the system. Constantly increased doses are not necessary. 25c. If yew has not yal stocked thwn. send 25c. and we will mall them. 25 Drac Qtcmical Compuy of United. Cigars and Tobacco A.-C. Mes'ser Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection ;