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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE THREE THE LETHBniDGE .DAILY HKRALD WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK 'I, SECTION HERALD BROOKLYN WINNER IN NATIONAL LEAGUE ROBINS ANDRED SOXFORWORLLTSSERIES FIRST GAME PLAYED SATURDAY New York, Oct. National commission will take no action on the state- ment made by Manager Mc- Graw, of the New York Gi- ants, that his team played listless ball in the game Tuesday, when Brooklyn easily defeated the Giants and captured the National league championship. President .lohn K. Tener, of the National league, said today that the commission would not take any cogniz- ance of McGraw's remarks. 1 "McGraw was undoubted- ly wrought up over the fact that his team could not keep on said Pre- sident Tener. HEAD OF CAVENDISH FAMILY SURPRISED By defeating New York while the I Phillies were getting bumped twice bj the Boston Braves yesterday. Robin- son's Brooklyn Robins annexed the bunting in the National League and on Saturday the first game of the World's Series will lake place be- tween the Boston A. L. team and Brooklyn N. L. team. Tho end came with a smash. Brook- lyn was just half a game ahead yes- terday morning with three to play vHh he Giants, while the Philles had series of four with the Braves Brook vn "on and Philadelphia lost Broo vn "o both 'This widened the spread to wo Wl games, making it impossibe I for the Phillies to overtake the lead- inclor the modem meaning of that term. Brooklyn entered I he National eaglie In 1890 and signaled its debut by straightway capturing the flag. At he end of the season the team met the Louisville club, champions of the American association in the world's series of those days, and the contest ended in a seven-game tic: each club winning three games with another tied wlu-n darkness put an end to tho play In 1899 and Brooklyn was the' National league champion, but as the Temple Cup series had been aban- doned and the present series not yet established, the Supcrhas were unable to find opponents for a titular combat. While Brooklyn mis deprived of the opportunity to compete for the championship in past years, the pres- ent scries offers the club a chance to bring the National league back on an equal footing with the American Herald Bowling League Away to a Good Comps and Press Saturday The'Herald Bowling League got off a good start last night, with three the Linos and a dull sicken- league i in the mutter of world's serie n the present time tho record shows that the junior league clubs have won six out of the 11 series played since the National commission assumed control of the baseball clas- sic The score stands as follows: American league: Philadelphia Ath-Grort letics, 3; Boston Red- Sox Chicago ShanU The twenty-fifth struggle for series baseball honors, and the twelfth under the control ot the National babe hall commission, will bring iogcthei two eastern clubs, as has been the each vear since 1911. now that Brooklyn is'tho victor in the National "ague race. The battles for the pre- fer honors ot the. professional -dia- will revive memories of similar intests in which Boston and Brook- yn have figured In the past. Boston Americans, since then into the junior league in 1901 lave won the pennant four times not _ ncluditig-the present season, and have am, one each. competed for the world's title three he Boston Amerj. lines In 1903 the team captured Its ----------1. irst pennant and then defeated the P tsburg Nationals in an elght-game series by five games to three. The g vear the team repeated its cague "fct'ory. but the New York club whmer of the National league pennant, rauld not permit its players to con- end for the world's championship. which action eventually led to the Ra- tional commission taking Jie worJd's series. In 1912 and the mauv battles ill the ring and one-time champion of Uie world of prize light- ing, is once more back in the game. But H may be stated bore that the old- timer is not to re-enter the ring as a lighter, but rather In the official ca- pacity of manager of Robert Fltzsim- mons, Jr., who the elder man is claim- ing as the future champion. Old.Fltz came back from the shad- ows of the past last week and entered the limelight of the pugilistic world by issuing a deli to Charley Weinert. Bob is willing to match his son against Weinert for any sort of fight, trom one of limited rounds to a battle to the finish. And the old fellow does Anew foil starched light weight taps smarter than a soft collar Hillier of the Lino responsible White Sox, 1. National league: cago Cubs, 2; New York Giants, Bos- 1 lie ijQHiuun leven inning tie. Washington........... 9 13 t New Oallia, Meyers and Henry; Cullop, Love, Mogridge and Walters. PACIFIC .'COAST Salt teams travelling. Los Angeles .3; San Francisco 8. Oakland 0; Portland 6. WAS 'EDMONTON MAN Han., Oct. 3.-W T. Woodruffe, mentioned as killed in Monday night's casualty list, was fo. vcars superintendent of -'Bdmonton street railway. He secured the tele phoue contract for the provincial gov ernment before joining the 66th bat tnlion, under Lieut.-C9l. .MeKinnery, Pollok only recently went to Denver id I guess 1 was no slouch at the with'iess Willard. but the Second Boston 11 Philadelphia 5 Tyler and Blackburn; der and Milliter. is the kind the boys all like. It's sealed in a Air, moisture and flirt can't harm it. The chap with some Wrigley's to pass around is 'cock of the walk.' It's so refreshing and thirst- quenching. Send some of both flavors. The boys like smoking and eating.' r BIdg., lor copy of qtuint MOTHSE GOOSE book., ;