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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta TlfE LETHBRIDGK DAILY.UTR ALT) Monday, October LAST OF THE SCHEDULES HUSKY JACK HAS HAD HARD LUCK THIS YEAR Fair Wealher Predicted for Opening Game of- World'j Series To- morrow Call up the Herald: 1224 'The Herald hop-! to publish 3 full account of the World's Blse- Champion-hip uries the day of game, tlmllarly as it his before. The flrs- jarae place tomorrow at New York, ind th> Herald will probably ntctivj the first report of the Same's progress at one o'clock, or after. There Is three hours' aifference.btiAeen the time hire'and the time at York. It viil be'about 11.30 here when the umpire calls "Play Call up want the "progress of the jamc anil the final rj-ult be- fore the Herald is.Issued. batteries for each day't t soon li received will be readily by the Herald over the phone. York, Oct. the 6p- tnuig o! the world's series in New found1 the vanguard of fans pourinfj into the city on every train. :'Wiili the exception oi rninor de- Jiils" to be dispose! oM.y. {he Na- ticbal' Coniml-siqn, everytbins is in readiness for. the opt-iing- contest at 1 the >Fold Grounds tomorrow ait-r- -Today's -crath-r was flawless, Jack Coombs, one ol Connie Mack's pitching stars for several 'seasons, has lower part of the spine an4 it. will be certainly had hard luck this year. severs attack of typhoid tever_bia plaster of aris cast for weeks. Phr- sicla'ns hold hope for his ultimate re- get back into the game not long ago covery and eay he may be_able to play in the hope that he would be able to help.out the Athletics in the world's MAJORITY OF GAMES LOST ON THE INFIELD Statement of Big League Manager---Assurning that to be True Bulge on Giants With Their Greatly Superior is Satisfied i- _________ >_. -New York Oci well known by EJdle Collies. Tho GianU" field big league club mauler sald'rKemiy t hlRt-cUH rtayer, but Col- Is' ranted as c'JB of the ti- that in Ms games imonsWcoml.bwmM of baseball At won and lost on than..in any oihtr drparfibfnt ol Few will contradict the and it is quite lively that ir.o time during the season In 1811 bate-all, hon-svcr, did Collins outplay Doyle, assertion, whether the latter can duplicate Ih'-t will bans to a i-ossldeiabl? extent upon the work oi the'tliaut a'cd Aib- leiic infields during the world's seri.s between the Sew York crui Philadelphia, clubs. The Alh'e-ics j intiel'd is one that corn- minds respect and .admiration feat is.doubtful. Ills recent accident In whl-.- hli fhoulder WM badly his automobile crash- tree will not Improve has not iatted this up to Ihe by himself during the series In which ho world's series of-311 and. Mason's plays this vear point to. tlw j A--.It.ic infield quartette compesed'ot Mclonis. Collins, Bak.r and II." Barry as superior to Uoy'je, Herzog, Shaier; anil Fletcher con-jdf.ed as .a whole, In tht coh.bination which helped do- -he Giants Ir.n.s had no on the bench with an arm which had just. strength alter he.ns bro-en. Harry Davis, the who took bis place, proved B most acceptable sub: slitute but with Mclnnis on the ini- tial bag as he will be when the pres- ent s.ri.s opens the Athletic infield is certain to be than in 131U Sbafer has helddown third' lor the Giants in place .of Herzog "most ot ATHLETfCS HANDICAPPPED WITHOUT COOMBS For the petition of third baseman three players must be considered. Fo the'Athletics, John Franklin Kaker of honie-run fame Is the candidate.U the world's chi'n-pionship with JUDOED FROM EVERY STANDPOINT Our 'new suits Kill prove excep- tionally satisfactory. The styles are distinctive and strictly new, the fabrics are those now most. favored and the .'tailoring of the best See these Bulls and you will -eo the futility of paying a .cu-toni tailor twice the money. for a cult no better .f, in fact, as good. Store ,s. c. BATEMAN Block" Fifth Strett National SATURDAY GAMES Plltsburg V 9 Hrndrll and Umith 1'lercc. I.aven- and Archer and Nwdbatu. Cincinnati -.._, 67 St. I.ouia 13 18 3 Bren-.an, Marshall', and KlHifer; rornmc, McLean and Hal-ley, Second 9 6 York _ 7 IV 3 and Burrs; Wlltit, Jrandall and Meyers and WiUoa, Brooklyn-Boston, rain. SUNDAY GAMES Jincinn'ati _.- 1 9 81. Louis............ 16 l> Howan and Blac-burn and Ilarmati; I'lttsbtirg 16" Chicago ._.... 580 O'Toole, 'Cooper and Kelly and fora; Zabel; Stack and and Hargrove. American SATURDAY GAMES Chicago 5 Detroit _........................ 1 13 3 Benz, Cicotte, White acd Schilk Danss and Gibson Second called ia sixth Chicago 1 53 ft Detroit liuss.ll acd Easterly Stallage. CleYcland St. l.ouis Cullop and O'Xeill! and 'Acnew. mm w Second called, in 8Hi; uarknesa. H.vcland 051 St. Louis 0" 5 3 Mitchell and "Carisch and McAllister. iioston 9151 10 IS 1 Anderson and Snell; C. Dentley, Enyl and A.-Williams, Ry- an. ilispbsed of-aiid r.othing left for him Out. her opponent at all stages and In-all de- partmenls of.golf, SHss Sfurlel Dodd, the English champion, added to her laurels over the links of the Royal Montreal Golf Club Saturday- when she .defeated Miss. Florence Harvey of Hamilton, for the' title, by seven up and five to play.'-. ,Tho play was fol- lowed from tee to' green, and-green.to tea by..an Meager gallery ol-ntarly.a thousand golfers who hoped agalus hope that the Canadian player might overcome her opponent's lead and wir out. This- continued almost to thf 13lh hole, when the game terminate; and 'the lasl Canadian player left in to uphold the' honors, was eliminated. do-but get in. line" at Ifcr Folp 1 .'prqunds early tornorrow I when-.the ilares-rved are I opco. it''was said again today that it :_. yas'doubtful whether Snodgra-s, the rest. outclass the Giants lor'5 behind him, he is a Bonder. He speed, control, and "good" change olj with an in hatting strength their infield is. oce' 0[ ijjj Inost raystifyir.s 1 ever belter and outfield on a par with Draw's. Tesreau is one of the best spit'hal! But the Giants eicel in the hoi, j pitchers in the business, but fie lacks Ujinis1. centre-fielder, who is suSer-land this will counl a lot. Marouard, control thib year." I Ihink for i; log with1 '.'Charley would be :Mathewson, Frpmtne, Tcsrcau and De-; tejion JitGraw will hesitate t this 'aiso more'-'agsrtMlre and Xtoii also had the cdse on Connie :Mart's.player. It would appear as have an advantage .ar.u goofi cnange 01 tnore alo.jnd first base. -rlayer underhald, ball; that is naTjs Mertle during -'the tiongh toe Gi ible tale "Part in th_.series. Ftoyle's injured "shoylder-. has com- ?ly recoyered.'how-Ve'r, and it is 1311 class, yet Mclnnis held the hag here, and close to an cven-treak at up to the point in ihe season "when, second base. the two other sta- re broVe his wrist. It is probable Athletics are the stronger, suppose that Jlack .considered him jTbo batting records a! infield players the better playcr-of the two. and battins and fielding re- 1011 6 1 Williams ar.d 5 12 3 4 10 3 Baumgardner S. 5 .that he wjll he in" the open- -hig game.' If Snodgrass does not !'t ts probable that Schafer .will tale his'ijlice .in the field, and Herzog will 'base.' _ LEAVE TOXIGHT i kid originally beiti Connls manager of the Arpefican" Ifi- here lo-jj leave with until 8 o'clock It is' his intention to advantage of-the fine weather today siiid give his men good work-outs this inorninj and. this, afternoon.. r i.aci was at park'early .'this nioriing. The sun was then shining i on would have our remarked Mack as he' walched the j Around keepers jelling the 'field into j. -ondil.on. "Yes, Ibis would: bale been our day. I wish "we" were" gojrig i to start the world's series this a.ttt- The Iracicr ol the Athlclics was told that stormy weather was preilicled for this week alter tomor- too Mack replied, "il 'Trill bs the phyeis and Via lor the. sptc-tators. I hid been hoping (or clear, warm weather." is the way I lank McGraw'sj jitchsis. '-j Marquari.! is 'best because he. is a'( cft-Jiander, and the majority of -Mack's men hit least against left-handers. Rube's jump hall and are almost unhitiahle when he is t right. "Me has- terrific and thpre is ro judjiRg or -liming the ump on Ihe ball. I have tried flmo and "again, without times it jumps inches, sometimes six. riis dcop'U just a_.j entct.Tc. H sails straight ar.d wljfn you mUs the ba.l you feel foolish. The drop t'aries like the jump If f were McOraw I'd start -Mar-quard and Jet him pitch at least ibrtc This will mcpn every' oiher darf but with a long rest the llube can stand it.' .As to Sfatty If the Athletics were a righl-lianded. hitting team he would be. .my. atar, liut wonderful J-IT he. has lo. Demaiee is a con.er. '.He has a deep. ive delivery, anrl atoul as good in asEortn.cnl of :as any iitcher. He is a bit" inexperienced, Eindi I don't he will be usedj save "as relief pitcher. I expect the Gianfc pitchciB lo do )etter worV than the Alh.etics. The atler team will find ll.e croird in the Polo Grour.-Is' centra flelti a handicap. Every team has {pund il difficult to .bat. against th3Giants_' pitchers when the [.chtrp-fieM were filled.. Batting success lips in liming the swing of the fcat to the flight ol the ball, ar.d at the Polo Oro'imfe, he-cause. of the bacVgrounQ cl peorlei it is alrncst iinposLi-jIe .for visiting players lo time their Ttej lose the ball in the blur cf faces in fha bleachers. The (Jbnts are accy? lomed to this, flnd'it doesn't them so m.v.-h as it docs a visitin Doyle is foaod to be opposed if Phllad-lphla, Iclrinte, Ib. o'lins 2b l.B. R. U. S.B. S.H. P.O. .05 88 16S 23 .05 -17 173 49 24 .3.4 523 1M 73 32 6 .327 419 .53 112 13 27 .267 550 7.1 131 33 10 .262 (IS G2 123 11 .276 252 71 21 5 .282 4GG '69 131 25 8 .28S JS3 64 145 76 16 .234 21 4 2 .2SS 24 7 9 0 0 .375 19 2 7 2 3 .353 21 1 3 01' .143 23 3 7 20 .304 21 3 420 .ISO 23 1 300 .130 3b any. SB. ...i.. Glints, Ib toyle. 2b I. Herzog, 5b Slwfer, 3b ss Philadelphia, Collins. !b laker, 3b. ss Glan'., Slerklf, Ib Uojle, 2b llerrog, 3t> Fltlclier, sff ff HAL GRAY WON i- STAKE tf J.- Calgary, OcL Word was 'i received on Wcilnesiay right from fred .lohnelon, tho well- known horseman, that Hal Gray, which raced here 't tumraer, and which was re- JUDGE DECIDES IN OF THE BIG LEAGUE STAND AT THE Wanderfirj Lose Out In Suit pa m AgaTnit Hockey i Standing National HALF-MILE AUTO .RECORD ..HAS BEEN SHATTERED Oklahoma City, Oci. 4 I-ouls'DIsbrow Endicott cs- what'are declared lo be now .peed'records for half-mile circular' dirt tracks' "ct the" state fair grounds here, yesterday. Disbrow drove his inachine a mile in 5 3-5secR., and Endlcott trav- rl tv.'o'rntics In 2.17. The previous mllc record was 1.06, nnd for two mites 2.23 4-5, Philadelphia Scbultz, 1'ieh and Swccnoy Drown, Shaw key, Hourk and Lapp and Mc- Avoy.. SUS'DAY GAMKS Cleveland 4 10 ,4 St. Louis........................-s 10 blanding and- 0'r.eill; ''l.errren, Taylor, Weilman.and Agnew. Second called ;in 5lh "darkness. Cleveland 463 St. l.ouis 352 James and_ Carisch Brown and Ag- new. Chicago R 15 V Detroit........................... 9 15 I Scoll, Latnrop and Easterly Corn- stock, Williams and Staiiagc. RALPH -ROSE ILL San Francisco, Oct. Rose, world'8 champion shot putter, IB rjrti.- cally ill with typhoid fever at the home oC relative- here. Rosa wns stricken suddenly on Wednesday night Vancouver, B.C.; Oct. 'be ra.rlit ofthe. case, that Ihe t llocke'y club bad endeav- JOKNtOfV SIGHS CONTHACT -red to enitee Ernie Johnson to break hla contrict witn Precldtnt Pat- rick, of the. Pacific Coast Hockey club, and could cot. tt.iefore col' D.C., Oct. lect damjg.s for It. own wronclul Walter Johnson, who Is lead- '.acts, Mr. Justice Murphy, of _ne gu. lag til in the major ;preme court yesterday di'sml.std ttta ff claims of the Wanderers' club ag. ain.t Johnson for 12000 sijntd a toMraet with Unigtt Grlf- fltb, of Waihington team for lili'ttaaas. Tho Ml try wmc. not -U-nounced, but it unfltrslood to b6 Justice Murphy dlamlfsed the action with costs, holding ilia, as Johnson not been served with papers In the Montreal action, the judgment was not enforceable It llritisb Columbia. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY, LIMITED SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY Manufactured by ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO. Quebec Winnipeg Xew York...... Philadelphia Chicago....... I'lltslinig...... Bo-lbn....... L. Pet. 101 51 .554 85 63 .553 i 78 won a J5000 -.tee at gal- em, Ore. Tbo Hal horee won Cincinnati St. Louis............ 61 65 .675 'hreo straight heals; against a 11 .523 field of acvon of the beat pic- 82 .451 era at the coast Tho times for OS 81 .435 i.> the heats wcro 2.08, 2.0SV1, 61 S3 f. final Stindlna Amerlcjn League Piiliadelphii. Washington Cleveland Uo.ton Chicago Pot. IWlroit .Vow York St. 66 17 .313 NEOROE8 FIGHT AT WINNIPEG nsipei, Oct. more than holdlnj big own for two rounds of ttie fa-iKiit and clevore-t teen In Winnipeg for many t day, Jelt Clarke, the "fighting from Jonllr., slopped Charley Koblnson, of U'innl- peg, Iri ths third round of a ncbediiled twelve-round here last night bo- loro the Dom-nlon Spwllng club. After exercise, a bottle of "ALBERTA'S PRIDE" Beer. No matter how hard you have played, no .matter how tired and hot you may be, a bottle of "Alberta's Prkle" will prove n certain revivifier df lost energy cooling, thirst-quenching, satisfying. THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING MALTING, COMPANY, Limited PHONE 554' ;