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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETirilRIDCE DAILY HERALD 1011. Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Brooklyn 002.000 .'I 11 3 New York 600 000 tl S 0 Barger, Sclnirt and Miller; Maxwell. Wilson and Hartley. St. Louis. 010 "OO 7 :t Chicago "04 100 S I' 1 Willis and Vt'inso: Smith and Ora- hnm. HERE ARE TWO-CLEVELAND SLUGGERS. Only two games yesterday. in the National AMERICAN 'J'hiladclplila 000 010 S 1 0110 090 5 0 Ijivingstone; Qillun A'e'w York .Morgan and find Williams. Boston Washington 420 001 13 001" 000 7 Collins and Williams: sin Stroet. Only games in American League. Standing of Clubs Today TIM MURNANE REVIEWS 'YEAR In National Giants as the Real Leaders Boston. Oct. ill-it ?w York ami ihe Athfclics have won jibe rlsht io piny for the sraitesL lion-, jors known to baseball, ihe merits of 1 these (wo great roams are furnisivln? de'r, left-handed Eddto Plank and pick Coombs. Plank IB much strong- or ttuui lust season, would cut off Jill possibility of baacHluallng, while Coombs is coining strongs.- with each -game, and should the weather turn cold, farmvr would prove a hard man to beat. Tho Quak- ers' will have tho bust of It In the cold weather, anil -flic conditions rather favor a coot period about l.he mhldfc of October. I am inclined io think that both Mutthewson and t Marqunrd will be discovered by those Quakers. When jit comes to hitting Icft-lmnderi pitch- era thero Is nothing to it. and Mar-, fiuartl has be-en thumped rather (luring the lust month. I look for one or two. of AIcGraw's second string men to make ihe most trouble for Connie Mack. If X'.nv VorJz and thw Athletics were'hi the same I-eagtie. the Quakers, would have little trouble in lieu ting MAJESTIC THEATRE W. a. IHEftMAN, PMONS TO-NIGHT ONLY Gosgrove preset) Is MDE. HUGHES THOMAS WELSH LADIES' CHOIR Vouietti 25 iMnsiciil TreaJ (lie Season Cialiovy 50c Scats on Sale Wednesday jdope for the writ'ors and a lot nf'fuii l'lft ip estimation. I for :Iie fans. hove watched ilreir work carefully for hi New Vork ifoay tell vou Iast two hy way, l believe they ore stronger today than ever. 1 want to give the Giants til! bill, that is coining to 'fact, a shade -tb-a bi-st of then I feel NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. Vork It; nothing to ii but the Olaiits, knowing; the weakness of the Vork Ituis, the -boya com- jiuence to figure wheie -.McGraw's j I'O.VB hav-a shown any superiority over SHro lllu will upset the iiope Muck's lads this season. 'Up j to a few days ago the Chicago Cubs whh the New York Giants I for first This wits the same CLEVELAND'S OUTFIELDER, Vork...... 9I> Chicago........ SO Pittsliurs.......-S4 SO 60 6S Philadelphia St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn CO 39 .600 .553 AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Philadelphia 100 Del-oil......' S7 Cleveland....... V9 Kew York...... 76 Chicago........ 75 Boston.......... 7-1 Washington...... 64 St. I-otira........- -12 50 63 71 74 74 SS Wo "Cotton Top" Turner ant! "Stonewall" .Tnckson are two of tlie mighty players on the famous OcveUmd of fence breakers. giving the famous "T.v" Cobb srnigpie for first honors in the American League for balling supremacy, ant! Turner, thong.' in stature, is also a demon :louter. leam that the Athletics made mince- meal out of last fall, and would do and play the classiest kind of ball pressure. The'Infield of the Athletics covers ground like a sprinkling cart. Mc- Jniiia is a belter man at first base than Harry Davis was last it again, if il.-3se two. clubs met ibis Collins, Barry ami" Baker will season. The last trip of Giirats brilliant tielding. Both in'a fine hitting: teams, utariing with; the catchers. The Giants are the fleetest base runners. forced the fans to take off their, cnpd to McGraw's boys, gam? fighters on the road, aiul uo one can deny but what tlnay have shown marked ability to play good baseball umi-jr pressure. Certainly thsre is nothing in tne Ma- tic-mi League -fhat could -bother the Y.M. c. A. The male chorus Frailk Gotch. worili'B chtiinpion mat artist, will appear at Calgary and Lethbridge early in November and will have with him as wrestling companion for tho trip the lerrible Turk, Y.usiff Mahamout. Speaking o his appearance in Calgary, the A! byrtari dopest-ar says.: Ernnk Gotch, the undefeated and undisputed champion wrestler of the meet next world, has decided to include Calgar> FIRST GAME AT NEW YORK, OCT. New York, Oct. first game for the world's chain- piouship will be played on Sat- urday, Oct. 14, commencing at two o'clock. All other games of the series will commence at two o'clock. Any postponed games wit] he played on the grounds where scheduled. pThe Athletics will call the turn on 'the play fiv-a thirds where the Giants will; twice, a big percentage where the scores are close. The club that wins the first game'will have a val- uably and should this club be tlie Athletics it will seriously affect the Giants, while the Alhtetlcs are one of the best come-back clubs, Uite game. The Giants will have tlie League. McGraw took a long chance j best of the rooting ac th-e ball parks, and teams ar-s often affected by the concerted rooting of partisan crowds. As SicGraw's men will play offhand ball and take chances, the crowd will have littte -effect on "their playing. Athletics, and the good work of tlie Vork team has beten against clubs blinking up. such aa Pittsburg and Chicago. The Giants are by all odds the strongest aggregation in the National L when he dropped Cttvlin and Brldwell for Herzog and Fletcher, but, as us- ual, knew what he was do- ing, as results have shown. The work A sjilendid drama urlis lljticttlly prcsenlcd. A reel of real comedy. TODAY A jof these two men has lauded ihe nion- !ey for Xaw York, may be lo.stir them up for trouble. the first time hle tour' fllld w111 be seen Il13re Wlth nis wi'astllng partner, Yus- DefmUe announcement as to time willjsiff on November S The fce made within a couple of. days. champion grappler will give his exhi- have been sent out by theibitionj which will ,nchlde Jt Al. C. A. for the last payment on j fall match with hig or some the building -subscription. It is ear-jioca1 man> by an expla-nation nestly hoped that these requests various holds which h% has meet with a -ready response in lo his tule of cham. Tne hout win take ,ace due this month met. Thfe cur- rent receipts have been especially en- couraging tins year, but the directors anxious to discontinue the large interest charge of about per an- nuro. If each subscriber will do his best be will help to save the .associa- tion considerable for interest. That is why the special appeal w being made at this time. The Senior Leaders will moot as us- ual every Wednesday nnd Saturday evening'. Tea will be served at-6.30: The Bc-irfi of Directors "will, .meet fov their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday next, at :ribori. The Junioi ill meet this evening- at 6.30 for tea, when plans for the winter -discussed, There will-be a iineqting of the pby sical coinroitlee. at the Y. M. C. A. to- at eighf Sherman's rink, which has been se- cured for the night. For some time oast those ai th'3 head of tine Western Canada Athletic association have (been fee-spins? tho wires hot trying- to persund'a Gotcb to Calgary, but not until yester- day could Gotch be induced to include Calgary in his itinerary. However, the contracts ars now ail signed, and it- is an assured fact that ill's champion as he justly tenns himself, seen here. In making the arrangements, the of- ficials the club discovered that Goich and his manager, Emil Klanb, had some 'distinct idea of where Gotch would and would not show in .Western Canada. The charter of the that will wi SCHOOL DAY fle inclement tL'3r this: aft'srnoon the com mitteo of tjie _CIt; Schools refold tiny, decided to postpone the .meet which will 111 eh be hem cluing the next week. club gives, them permission to put on bouts in nil parts of the province, and so they, trfad to book tiro world's champion ro appear in Kd mon ton as 'well as Calgary. This almost queer- ied the arrangements, for Gotch bad jliad a-bard time trying to persuade himself to corae as far north as Cal- gary, and when Edmonton and fcsklmoa were mentioned It made the cold 'Shivers run the champion's bat! Calgary was as far north as ba cared to take any chances. How- i ever, when it was pointed out to him i that Lethbridge was south of Cal- j gury .Gotch was persuaded to appear in the southern city the night fol- lowing his appearance in Calgary. Rifle and Pistol Cartridges. The proof of the pudding is Ihe entinf progf of the cartridge is its shooting. The grtat popularity- attained by Winchester rifle and pistol cartrUgaa. during period of over 30 yearn it beM proof their (hooting qualititi. They alwt-ys five satitfao- tien. Winchester .11 caliber with- Smokeless powder have ter Greaaeiess Bullets, tliem o4eancr jbandle thtn.any cartridgeaiof tKia.oJibcr madi.j 'ALL SUCCESSFUL SPOBTSMEN USE THEM. MATHEWSON STUMBLING BLOCK Of Athletics in the .Series When Giants and Ath- letics Last Met The series Athletics I nd Giants for the world's baseball championship honors win be all the more interesting to the fans because hes-a two aggregations thave battled or the honors on previous occasions. The feature of the 1S05 series was hat every game was won by ahiit- ut scores. New York took four of he five games, scoring if, runs to he Athletics' 3. Matthewson pitched very other und held tlie Ath- letics rimless in every contest, while Bender, for Philadelphia, won the on- ly game for the Quakers -by a scope, whining from McGlnnity. teams in iflOS were: big money, j N'n matter bow you -done it otit, the series is sure to bring together two great, ball clubs, -trained along dff- coached by two of the Devlin and arc two aiul clever players. Devlin has al- ways shown rare form in the big games and may be called on if the [cleverest generals who will look on youngsters should act nervous und-er thfe series as the most important ev- the heavy strain. jents of their lives. I look'for tbe Athletics io Will the :'OIanls keep their feet through the seri-es? is a great g'eneral, and as -nev- er before, but under the rules laid down fgr the big series flvare will be no chance to get the goal of ttea um- pires, and nothing but clean-cut base- ball will be allowed. The Athletics went through the ser- ies last year without one protest, and what ball those chaps did p'lay! T never expect to such' classy ball agaisi, even by the Quakers. This will force th'e Giants to play ball in tires' open on the field, where oppo- nents can figure the breaks to a cer- tainty. There is no play a waiting- gaum, white the Giants will dash ,and la lie chances in (lie hope of discovering a vital place in the Quaker line-up. Baker, Barry, Collins and Thomas are new men in the iMcGraw line-up, rather sensitive fellows, and McGraw will try and take their minds off their work -at times, McGraw is a past mas ter at 'this line fo work., The' American League will bank j' eavily on the Athletics winning' tho h sentes, thereby with tho National League., cord now stands four to three in fav- tics evening ".np matters The, re- or of the ekler organization. tween the teams when it comes to j ton won first series from Boa- Pi tta- Now-Ybrk Bresnahan -McOInnHy Matthewson Ainus JIcGann Gilbert..... ..catchers pitchers Ist.b.. 2mi-b s. s. Merles 1. f. poulin c. f. Browne r. f. Ai Vew At New Vew Ames At Vew Philadelphia Sch-eck Plank Bender Coakley Davis Jlurpby L. Cross 'M> Cross 'Hartsel Lord Seybolri smooth ball playing without a break, e Atbl'atics have the smoothest kind of a machine. Go to Philadelphia, and th-ey -will toll you that will win. They figuring that. their team has shown the stuff when' call- ed on. Conni'e .Mack has the., finest board of strategy in the business. They can discover an oppo-aent's signs before three innings are. play- ed. This forces all opponents to .cqn tinfially change th'air signals, and'u turally will bother the Gia-ats, .as-.i has ail the teams' of the American for- the last two did the Cubs last fall. -Even "the Quakers can be tvealen in a short "ser ies, and the Giants may come across with a hrillinnt spurt at the stick and unravel tha-Quaker pitching-'staff. Mack will depend on the cool Be-n- At N'ew ew At New .Vow .Big Chtef Bender, of the AthleMci, soys the flneif bull pitcher in the American teaguo Barney PeHy, of tho Browiis. ;ife Hayn Biirmy hh-j it curve that iweepti ami brenky at same time. If be such a cal cataclysm. :HANGE your for the Scotch Whiikey that deterves -its high reputation. At all dealer.. BUCHANAN'S D. O, HOBLIN. TORONTO Canndlan Agents, biirg, in a canter after a poor start, hte' Giants smothered tho Athletics n the second meeting of the two champions. Then came the Chicago White Sox with a great win o'ver the Cubs. The same Chicago Cubs came back, and did up the Tigers twice hi succession in a merry ranter, and Pittsburg won from the Tigers, after aad interesting eyries, leav- ing the record four io two in favor nf the National Jjeague. Lust season the Athletics smothered the Cubs, and by winning from the Giants will bring "the games.four for league. Connie Mack lost the first series, and won out 'itoa aecosid. -McGraw won the first time, and is .vet to be heard from on the second trial. I wouldn't miss the meeting for a farm down Bast.. Every fan has a perfect right to dope out -the winner. STOP LOOK and LISTEN TONY GREASER A Thrilling Episode of tho Recent Riots cm (lie Mexiuiin Uordei "HOW BELLA WAS WON" A. Pretty Comedy .Drama QUEEN FOR A DAY A .Koarijig Comedy THE FAMILY THEATRE ADULTS 15c CHILDREN We tJ-armany Schaefer. the great, corn- eilian, is being spoken or as the uuc-. cessor to Jimmy as the OIHU- ager of the Washington American lea- gue club. George lIcBriite, who Imi played shortstop for the S-snators for a numhcr of years, fc also out tor the position, it is aaid. ELLISON WON CardBton, Oct. wrestling m-itcb between A. B. Oteen, of Sas- Itatchewan, and J. P. Ellison, local champion, was the first event, to be icld in the fine big hall to be iy the Oddfellows when completed. .This match came as sequel to the event held at the fair grounds on Sept. 27, when neither man got a fill and Ellison was awarded purse on There were some J25 present nnd match (o the finish put on. The fill went to Olnen with a ham- ner lock in about 'mlnntei. The wan Klllion's in about 24 minutes ,'ith the -jam'c hold. complain- ed. when firen the came medicine he at first ndtntniiitered to his op< xment. KlHson was In trim and it :i long bard ntrujrcle thkt gavo 1m the ihlrcl fall, but his superior TO were of endurance due to his hnnt raining niu) clenn life jron this day. l-Te left for unother matcJi in SKM- itchcwan inonifny. j To Hunters and Automobilisis AVc lime (he Hiinliiiig Vests made in Anienca .nul iU-e ifoic in Cnniida (o show flieiii. In or Ciavcnetlc, linod doer skin, drei --kin sleeves with swcaler neck nnd hands.' The finest garment made Motorinff Pfioe Staff or d-Agnew Co. If you lire out of town, write ;