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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK THREE T HE L E T H B K11) G E DAILY II K K A fc 1) MONDAY, OCTOBER 1915 History of World's Series Mow York, N.V., Oct. thirty-one yearn havo elapsed since the first battle for tho baseball cham- pionship of tho woi'id was won by R.I., thcro were several years in which tlie struggle not repealed, so that the coming contest between tho Boston Hod Sox mid the Philadelphia Nationals will be tho twenty-fourth aerios to bu play- ed for1-tho jjreiuicr titlo of the Tho iniiugunri contest in 1884 was won by tho Kbodo Island loam, then champions of the National lea- cue, iu three straight games from the (Metropolitans, tho standard bearers of tho old American association of that year. Unavoidable lapses occurred in ejght 'of tho subsequent .seasons. TJiere was no icorapeUtion for-tho world's honor in or 189H. There was al- eo a five-year's 'ianse from 1SD8 to 3902, inclusive; b.ut in 1903 the 1308- ton Americans beat tho Pittsburg Na- tionals five games to three. The fol- lowing year the championship was claimed by the Boston Red Sox by de- fault, as the New York National lea- gue club would not permit its 1904 Jieunaut winners to play the American league champions. In 1905, however, the two major lea- arrived at an understanding, al- ter the matter bad been thoroughly (lisc.uBs'cd. during the winter months, und the world's championship compe- tition was placed on a solid basis. The National Commission assumed contro'i of the annual series, and made It compulsory for the pennant winning clubs in each league to have their teams meet at the close of the' playing season every year, the world's titlo to go the club winning four out of seven games. Ifnles were ad- opted by the National Commission, which governed everything connected with the- post-season battles. Ar- rangements were completed regarding Hie disbursement of the gato receipts between the winning and losing play- ers, the club owners and the Nation- liattles of 1007 und I .90S by the Chicsitro Cubs, ami thij fol-1 postpom owing year lost to I'ittsbiirg, al Commiseion, and to tho merest de- tail everything was done to the satis- faction of everybody Interested, Under those new conditions tlio post-season games were resumed, antl they have been played every year regularfy slnco 1905. In tho fall of that year, the New York Ghinttt de- feated tho Athletics of Phlludelphm four games to one, scored the first winning of tho world's title un- der the new regime. The rival Ohl- cago clubs bad the issue between them in 190C, Comiskey'f? White Sox winning: the honors by four games lo two. The Detroit Tigers won the Am- erican league pennant Tor the next three years in succession, but failed to add'tlio world's title to their siring of victories, as they were beaten the iJOHL-s'-'Jison 1008 iig year loot to I'ittsbi _ wlic-ii the Pirates' n lifted both the world's championship and the Nation- al league pen nan U to their mast. Connie Mack and his Athletics were (he dominant factors the two fol- lowing years; they scored a four to one victory over the Chicago Nation- als in 1910, and in the lfJ1 series Lhey squared their defeat by the Giants iu by taking McGraw's lihiyers into camy four games to two in the battle for the world's title. Then followed the great eight-game series between the Boston Americans and the Giants. Probably for a long lime to come'lPIL' will be remember- ed as the "banner as. in addi- tion to u tie game, the Hcd Sox'play- ers, several of whom are stiM in tho Boston line-up, went the limit and forced Manager McGraw to a four to three defeat. Philadelphia Connie Mack and the Athletics scored a third world's victory in 1913 with tlie Giants j again losers, the New York team win ntiig only one game out ot" five. Last j year the Boston Braves made a t'iean sweep in the post-season sames, ing four straight from the Athletics after a sensational victory in the Na-' ilonnl league race. BASEBALL NATIONAL Philadelphia Boston Brooklyn Chicago Pittshurg St. Louis New York Cincinnati W. S7 71) 73 73 71 08 in 80 SL 81 78 83 .588 .538 .538 .477 .m .407 .481! SATlHtDAY GAMES 5 3 Cincinnati (12 Douglass, StandridgR ;iinl Itiesna- liun Dale ami Wingo. Second Chicago 0 5 0 Cincinnati -J 0 (Called in Gtli. and AVingo. Pittsburg at. Louis .Mumaux, and Archer Schneider Harmon and Ames and Ctonxaics. 7 1 ,-l 0 CJibson hiladelphia-Boston, rain. New York-Brooklyn, hotli ed, wet grounds. SUNDAY 8 2 6 2 Bailee, Chicago 7 1st. houia 2 Vaughn and Brcsnahan .Mcariowi; and Snvdsr. Pillslnirg 5 IU 1 Cincinnati 37-1 Kanliclmcr. Adonis and Gibson Schneider and 11150. Chicago, Oct. 3. 1 league race ever staged Chicago Ked-j crals narrowly won the Hag by win- ning the second gamp of a double- header from after having dropped the iirst Darkness held oft just lotitf enough to permit Chi- ciiKo tciiin lo take the title and put! Piitsburg in third place. Three runs in tlie sixth inning of the second game, however, s-jttk'd the owner-' j ship of the I'nibk'in. The enormous j crowd went wild our the victory.! Tho first game to eleven in- niiigs, while the second was called tcr the visitors' hull 01 the seventh inning. The league race was in doubt until] the jinal ,game was played today, asj for weeks past there had hcen con-1 stant shilling of positions on the part of' I'ittsburg, Chicago and St. Louis, tho Missouri city not being eliminated until yesterday, when de- feat by Kansas City put "it out of the running. Three teams finished with} only u little over three points sep-j arating1 Scores: l IJittsburg Chicago 11 13 Connell anil Borry and Mc- Premlerga.st and Wilson. AMERICAN 101 93 83 (if) G-l I'd. .Ii78 11 1US .110-1 .550! .-145 Ml .270 Tear 1SS-I 1SSS ISSti 3SS7 1SSS 1880 ISilO 1S92 1884 1S95 1S9C 1807 1003 1905 13011 1907 1908 1910 1SU 1012 1918 int RE8U1-TS OF THE WORLD'S SERIES Games Won TO DATE Boston Detroit Chicago Xew York St. Louis Cleveland Philadelphia SATURDAY U.UIKS Hoston Washington Wood, Hutb and Cady mil Henry Hcstqn Washington "i (Called hi 10th, Shore, llavs and Cady Dumolit and Henry j Second i 1'illsbnr.K n 2 0 Chicago 3 7 .1 j (Called on account ol i Knetzer, Allen and Berry Bailey l and Vv'ilson. 1 mm. Results of Saturday's Games i'Yoai u daylight is Uiitouchcfl by hatids children, who VH that 7th point Suitable the discovery of the 7th point will be fered later Tile Sterling Gam Company of Canada. Limited PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS Mads in Canada II) Winners Providence (N. Chicago (N. :i St. Loub (A. -4 Detroit (N. 10 New York (-X. L.) 10 New York CK. 6 Louisnlle (N. L.) Boston (N. U) 5 New Yorlc (N. L.) -1 Cleveland (N. L.) 4 Baltimore (N. L.) -1 Baltimore (N. L.) -1 Boston (N. L.) r, New York (N. L.) 4: Cliicftgo (A. L.j J Chicago (N. L.) 4 Chicago (N. 4 PJttsburg (N. L.) A Philadelphia (A. U) ___. 4 Philadelphia (A. L.) 4 iBostpn (A. 4 Philadelphia (A. L.) 4 Boston (N. 4 Losers iletrouolitan (A. A.I SI. Louis (A. A.) Chicago (Nil St. lxnils IX St. Louis (A Brooklyn I A. Brooklyn (A. Cleveland (N. Baltimore (N. Baltimorn (N. L.) Cleveland (N. L.) Boston (N. L.) Tittsbnrg IN. I-.) Philadelphia (A. 1..) Chicago L.) Detroit (A. L.I Detroit (A. L.) Detroit iA. L.1 Chicago (N. L.) New York (N. L.) Now York (N. L.I Xew York IS. L.I Philadelphia iA." L.) Games Won 0 i St Luui-. I Cl icj n i McCahe bcii I'V Second St. Louis Chicago I Phillips, I and Mayer. 0 3 7 Henz HI and Sevesoid Scott 13 34, Obirlin 7 am! Jel'k'rson 6. n gnu i ft Army 14, fUly .Cross 11. Viriili It, ike li Pudllc 7, Wibaoh 7 Indiana 7, IJtpam n i ilroivn Trinity Wisconsin 82, Lawrence 0. I) Minnesota U, North Dakota 0. of Kansas 20. and Jewell College 0. j Ion.1 3-! Coinell College 0 Ilariaid 7, M issachusetts tuinl 0 J: of A iigmu ID 0 BATTEKY OF HEAVY GUNS OX AUSTRIAN BATTLESHIP I William' I ill 0 I Cleveland Detroit 0 13 1 (10 innings} Mitchell, Collamore and O'Neill Boland, Oldhani and McK.ee, Cleveland Detroit SUNDAY GAMES 13 13 1 I Kkpier Jones ami O'Aeill, Cova- J'enn State j leski, James, Unbuqiie and McKce. i Chicago St. Louis f! Uu.srell and Mayer 10, shall C. Ueprgctown Navy 0. Princeton 10, P.utiters 0. OoIgiitK ii, SuSi-jiiehanna 0. Union 14, Williams 0. Ames 27, Simpson 0. Bucknell o, Syracuse fi. Dartmouth 34, Elaine 0. Lchigh U, Carlisle p. Ursinus 3, Lafayette 1.3. Amherst y, Brnvdoin. 0. LUjanon Valley 0. Ohio State iy, Oliio Wesleyan 0. 27, Lake Forest 0. Illinois Haskell Indians 0. -Missouri 13, Oklahoma A. and M., "Y" GYM GLASSES TO OPEN Historically, physical education an such has never existed, by itself. It has always been accompanied by or has been a part of some great nation- al ideal or propaganda. The early leaders in-, physical education were in- spired with patriotic and democratic, motives and aspirations. All of which leads, us to see that physical education as a part of a religious motive and. as a phase of a religious case in the (Vssociation, is Tile training of the .body and the development of the spirit of man is a'- natural and nor- organizatipn, as is the a Younc Men's Christian t mal program. The development bodily strength for consecration spiritual ideals and to greit spiritual tasks is a'noble service. There need be in such an-effort no sense of un- .relatcdncss, but on the other baud a consciousness of barmohy. All of which leads us lo say that the new and sincere interest being manifested in the physical department in its en- deavor to secure to a greater degree religious and character values in the lives of men and boys is a most log- ical effort ami is in Hue with the historical experience in physical edu- tation. T, XJJ St. Pittsburg Kansas City i nk Buffalo Final Standing VT bu S7 7 li s 11: University of Nevada 0, Sacramen-f llo Athletic club 22. I I 01 "Montana, 15, Lni-i j of Idaho i i Lawrence College 0, University of' When one that it ib ,1 tional dull to Keep oneself m good} ]t physical condition, .01 country "ailiimoie may need you..1 lie -will feel the neces- sity of taking systematic exercisr The -'Y" with its .splendid erjuip SG SI SO 7-1 70 n Pot. .560 .alia .530 Wisconsin 82, oS, High 0 Washington, blite College Mum ni 2 72 78 82 107 Chicago Dient. -otters the .iiesl. 'opportunities for you lo obtain the exercise and re- creation you need. Its schedule out- lines classes for all such as Business Mm on Tncsiiavs and Fridavs at Second gam Seniors Tuesdays University of Colorado 30. Univer- 317 sitv of Vt} Dining 0 187 Unnmiti ol ndsnington 11, Bal- 'moral Meteors 0. 303 j LnueisiU 01 i7, Pacific i Uniyersitv 0. I b Whitman 0 1! University of Vermont 0, Worces-' 0 ter Polytechnic Institute 0. 0. Ccnuil Most of the Austrian battles! are unible to cope ith UJP- modern dreadnoughts but their first line fleet is a loimidaMc unit Fnoio Mions a batteij of six big Krupp guns aboard A sbip of the Tcgetihofl clasn. S o'clock. Intermediates Monday and Fridays at 7 do Juniors on and Thursdays at 4.30.' Special Jun- iors Saturday morning at '9.301 The gifis' class on Wednesday .afterrocn at 1.30, and tho ladies' class -tt 7.30. Classes begin on i fc f UlCb S 12 j Hi Brown and Wilson Knetzer. Dick- University of Louisviili son. Comstock, I learn, University 0. JlilRis and O'Connor, Berry. j Van-lerbiit i7. .SouUurestern Prcp- i bytprian University 0. 0 j, j ollegc D2, 9t Bonavcn tiue College 0 "l Rice Iiibtitute 16, Trraiij Barker and nor TI.ONT V (LONDON IS PUT. IN PROHIBITION; AREA London, Oct. order de- claring London and -surrounding dis- tricts to be an area'under the'Defence of the Realm Act, in whiclt the pr jnerahtrship to tip institute as tlca of treating is prohibited and to'itnbution Id fuiihci dilution of is ailowetl, ,car gnen issued last night No order tvas Tittsbug (11 innings) 1" idol and Bern- as, nxthini; a he considered as t on Mi Smith said ilort sliould i in ordei to present lesldents of subscnp reKurdmg the hours of openmi liinl closing oubhc. houses The laeas- mo becomes effecti.e Octobpr 11 i ht made to the oldman j oung London being able to tlie iegu- H. MATE Successor to j. B. Renter, 120 Fifth Street South Lethbridge, Alta. Phone (565 Notice to Our Patrons: Ai we have to pay.caih for 5ll arc Ilk aimt ifrom our Out-of-town orders, caih mua't accompany order. Beer, case 2 Quarts..... Beer, por JRHSO 2 doxoii Pints....... St.25 Export Beer. 2 Quails. Export Beer, per case 2 -Finis P ilun otc Scaton anil KaridCn Second game- Newark Baltimore Cuilop 'and Kasterl; and Martley Kansas City >t. Louis Mosley and Raricbn mil Russell. 7 S 1 3 Leclair i1 0 and I and Lee 20, Hrsr u- dabs 0, Sor the associa 0 Missouri 13, Oklahoma A. jr. man into the institute; This was the. latious by driving, a few miles out Georgia TeUi 52 Mercer 0 PACKEY i McFARLAND SHOWS .GOOD SENSE lion could'do..tlw most good, in Tiding him with clean, wholesome the city, the whole metropolitan.dis- tr_cts and pirt ot the counties of Hertford and Kent, are inc'.uded surronnilings ami enjoyment. the prohibited area. The central iiight clubs -which flourish in central .London, and which now tm- tll the saiiy hours of the morning. CONNAUGHT CUP FRACAS Toronto, Ont, Oct. 2 Conniiugafc officials here waiting definite news from Winnipeg as to the allega- tion that the Winnipeg ScotUgh have broken the i Lancashires do not know the first thing about It yet, and won't know nntll definite news is re- ceived Word that the Scottish haTe been'ileclureil mutt have confirmation, and this is being waited for before anv action is taken. The Jlaiine Department at Dartmoutn, N f, have 1 iport' 111., Oct. Me-j Maior Hau'ie carried Ihis u'eaout hv saving that the association should'___ get aual itom the cxclusiveness----- which had afflicted it m the past. He I i referred again to the iinaricial end of x the aflair, that speaking in i Fai and todav set at al rumore xvax lt nab M ,mraoral ,that he would fight "Mike Gibbons, anl poMlloll to os.x creditor to wail 1 a 1 permit him to rmKp Io4 pounils ring ,Lal dt end 1 'I J side. -JlcFarland.said: j that year there would ho no more Conlej, QmnnJ "'You can sav for me that thn lalk j mospjct of LCttine their n onei than of my righting again and allowing him should not board in cbaige ot Iho liqior tiaffic I acics i car the plant and it i ui deal with will erect homes there St. Louis Manning, and Brown Plank and Chapman. Crandall, _ to make 154 pounds is all bunk. 1 1'wbuldn't myself to fight Gib- jbons at over 150 pounds and get knock- ed out. That is wauld happen most Jilcely; and I am not going to lose lay sense to that Baltimore ark Black, Quinn and liusseU house Kiiscihng "Morin, ,irtl Haflrirn and Kuhn Second IJaftiniore 0 New art 6 J Young ami Owens Kciilbach Kuhn. I L! S fi Whit? Milliard 3 1 und FRANK CHANCE ON SERIES PROSPECTS Los Angeles. Cal., Oct. the Rod Sox Alexander." ssid Frank .Chance, former club manager, yesterday, discussing the coming world's series. "And I don't believe Alexander, great as ho is, fs Rood en- ough to win for the Phii'iies along. The Boston club has too much balnnce'for Moran's men. Aside from Alexander, man tor man, they outclass the PW> We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. E. MacDonald GUNSMITH and INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Aflent. -102 5th Street South. be made-only for the term of a year. S. S. Dunham made a.forceful ad- dress, in which he re-iterated'the idea that the people's money was sunk in this concern, and as a business pro- position thn could not allow it to go down and stand as a. monument to the hck of public spirit "Yreue going to nidkc Lelhljiuigc a ghost citx he SPid "Lcthbridpc is on a basis for building up ot a Sieat, cih, but must ow public spirit by Rttting. behind an times ol dif-i liculu as at present Mr Dunham sud he approved of what Mr. Smith had that th? "V "VI C A had not appeared in tH past tj meet the popular .ipprouil, nor the popuiai j "Mr Me president of the as-j sociation, moved the resolution au- tlionzmg the comnnttco to proceed ntth the cimpaigu to ra funds at once; It is not likeli fii-[ otlicr v ill le callc I j ItoberL Nl.u IIOPS pr v-- r of fit1 M( v nn fen cut for ato oat in niLon of HP 1 ni" IILCO fc.uj iu the co mjnUj. 1915 OCTOBER 1915 1UES. j WED THUR I FBI f SAT. I 1__________! I I b 1 1 8 YOU make tho date, WE'LL deliver the printing. The Lethbridge Hemld Printing Co. Ltd. ;