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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letlibridge Dally Herald, Thursday October of Philadelphia, secured j accident, -whose .place PHONE 1032 412 HOUND 81 him a draw at the end of 12 rounds mi in tQe world's series. with Owen Morau, the English fea- i at the Armory A. A. to-' ANOTHER WHITE JOKE BOBS Moran did most of the fight- BASE ADAMS jiag in a ;bout marked largely by DEERFOOT AND MARSH RACE AT RAYMOND TODAY John D. aiarsh and Deer- foot have been matched to race seven ir.tles at Raymond today. Deerfoot has'many ad- mirers at Raymond who are prepared to.back him against -r'the New York State League before be- Marsh at that distance, which is foreign to the fifteen mile champion. T i coming a member of the Cubs three 4-1 years ago. Zimmerman is a good bat- inHelder. During the past sea- .f I sons he has piiiyed several infield po- "r1 "r and fitted in well. He ranks UMPIRE JOHNSTONS GIVES HIS REASONS FOR THINKING CHICAGO WILL vVIN BIG SERIES St. Louis, Oct. i John- Stone, umpire, picks the Chicago Cubs to beat the Philadelphia Athletics in the world's championship series this iall. Johnstone and Kiem were the National league umpires for the Pitts- ourg-Detroit series last fall. "It looks to me as though the Chi- among the team's best hitters the catchers will stop the MOORE VS MOftAN -jseason's averages. Zimmerman is 25 years old and weighs ISO po'un-ds. His great value .to the Cubs'is now said Mr. Johnstone. "Chance has two of the greatest catchers in the game in" Kling and Ar- Boston. Oct. strong finish since Johnny. Evers' ankle cher. Archer has a better arm than 17 At .rt-r f JtC htftca v-.'tl i r _ n.fn J xvill likely It Is a Big Boer from Sooth Africa And His Name is John Star beck York, Oct There is due to arrive" in London another man who can defeat. Johnson with a little more experience, ahiiity, etc. This one is a from South Airioa, by name of Under CHOYNSK! TRIES UNKNOWN IVteLeod, "Hope of White Put Through Paces Chicago, Oct. brought face to face with a 'man who in his time considered ;one 01 the world's The Hero of the World's ship Games Last Season nerb of the world's champion- but 'Johnny' is a wise old owl behind the bat and his arm is good eiipugh to stop the best base run- ners rn the game. "Livingstone, I'homas and Lapp will hardly be compared with Kling WHITE PLAGUE FOE TO BLACK FIGHTERS Strain of Ring-Battle; and Easy Life Brought Three Masters of the Manly: Art to Early Graves Can a colored boxer stand the chain-. His fights with Battling Nalson lOG-Silll! Lt. k Pionship -race? is a Question worthy of a great amount of consid- eration, and perhaps more right on account of the recent Heath Joe- tlie one thing which brought him into prominence, and it is now claimed that the last one. when he attempted >tc bring back the title.he had "loist. -cost A iAiir VUDt. trans, mourned and remembered as the i him -his life. The exacting condition? "Old Master." The passing of Gans, who, by the way. was one who helped to uplift the game, recalls the other negro fighters who have fought their way to the top, only -to drop back suddenly from the pugilistic limelight. suddenly have these few been claimed by the grim reaper, and in each the end was untimely. Before Gans there went George demanded by the Dane literally -took the liJe out of the crafty negro, for he went to extremes to get. down-to weight, and since that time he never regained'his vitality. In every-day life Gans -was the oppo- site of what he was in the ring. Fight- ing, he .was an aggressive person, .al- ways on the alert and in any, case, a opponent. Ordinarily he. was Automobile owners tire informed tl lat a plant for the repairing 4 alJ kinds of .'Tires and Tubes has been installed by the Central Cycle atiu Rei >alr Works, SSla Eighth Avei uo> east, The difficulty hitherto rt, tet with in having tires and tuti es Vulcanized has been eliminated by ti e introduction of .a thorougl U up-to-date plant. i of wcrk on application. Worl' returned with all posi sible despatch.. Central Cycle and Repair Works 331A Eighth Avenue East, Calgary. A. j. BARNES. Prop. league rooters. and Archer rank Bresaahan, Dooin, McLean, Gib- son and the other star receivers-of. the p games -between the Pittsb'urg Pv j National league.. On the other band, rates and the Detroit Tigers'last, sea-j they tell, me that Street, of Washing- son was Charles Adams, or "Babej ion, Sullivan, of Chicago and Carrigan Adams, as he is known- to baseball cf Boston, are the premier catchers of followers. Adams was a 'cbrnpara-j the American league. EI vely unknown twirler before the' "It will'take good throwing to keep on, .-the valiant little of his race. Easy going, care- who lisied among his friends all the'free arid apparently, well satisfied with 'hite followers of the sport. Then himself and conditions, he always mado here was old Peter Jackson, the vet jfriends Quickly.: Once on his trip he as -well as ______ battle, But who, on account of his col- i or, never attained his one would keep him, and incidental- jthat of champion of the .big men. "It was the fate of these three, and were all marvels more or less in their respective lines, to pass into the great beyond, victims-of tuberculosis. Premier heavyweights, Miles serkfS his great the Cubs from running the bases anl T? African sPnnter, arid is her- Ue fanner work against the Detroit batsmen in {scoring runs. American league fans Sf "wMte me from .running the bases and him. the seem to think that Plank, Bender and race, -me Hoer has a boxina: -recnrfl .-._ _ most talkea-of iviava-r nr> I-KQ _ Boer has a boxing record bouts in South and the bases from Jack Johnson, yesterday showed in a two-round bomt with Joe Ghoyinski is; only 21 years old, stands 6 feet 1 and weighs when in dttioij aaout 205'pout-ds. He has nev- in -time lead to a match with Jack Johhson. McLeod and Choyinski met by ap- pointment at Grilmore's gymnasium but in local j where Joe. agreed to test the bosing best heavyweights (in ability'of the" Missourian. The "show South. Africa-or any other locality) he me" aspirant stripped for action and has: more.'-than held his own." exhibited a physique "wliich would according, to .reports, the envy of any yoiing American proved himself to- be a .heavy-hitting I-egs were well shaped and they looked .and game boxer. It is planned to en- strong enough to 'hold the 'massive rtervhim -against ;soate third-rate man frame of 225 pounds under any kind of -in London and work: Him ..up to the torture or punishment His sho.ulder championship pinnacle. .Other notable muscles were ideal for a fighter and Dutch finds which: the sporting his reach, was at least four world has recollection are Dunkhorst. longer than Coyinskfs who and Placke. on the Adams was expected to kettics on. junng 1309, was expected to getting fce one of the -brightest pitching stars pitchers of this year, but failed to eomd up getting 1 can keep Chance's from expectation did fair work, however, winning 15 games and los- ing S, according to latest figures ness in the twirling of aay of the .Pirate's men this season was done by veterari. Deacon Phillippi. to first-the Philadelphia back- stops will have a comparatively easy task. I don't think there is a pitch- c'orps baseball that can stop weak-j the "Cub hitters. Hoffman, Chance, the The best pitchers the Nation- ly fell a victim to the elusive "bones. Gambler by Nature He was a gambler by nature and at the time of his death it is doubtfu) whether 'he left a great amount to care for his mother, wife and chil- Big League Notes Collins leads thg> League flbase stealers 73 stoleii sacks. Cobb comes second with 60. -Beacher is the champion bag purloin- er of the Nationals -with 65 to hla.. credit. son. The owners' will clean al league have prevented the Cubs from hitting foe pill. I don't think the .Philadelphia pitchers will fare any bet- 'd-die Collins and Ira Thomas, two of the-mainstays of the Athletics, are crippled. Collins has been playing with a