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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE D AII-iY TIER ALP_______ EtoWues' Schedules Finislied-The World's Series StartToTnorfow t ty -_______________...____....... ----_ Mrtm'lay, D-WORLD'S FOREMOST EVENTS HUGH FULLERTON ON THE WORLD'S SERIES NEW YORK IS BASEBALL BUb Moguls, Players and Fans Gather From All Over Oct. at this, tilt neioie the opening oi the world's championship bassoall series ll loiiml more than 500 men and hovs at the polo grounds. LIVE FACTS ABOUT THE WORLDS SERIES New York-Nationals vs. Boston Americans. New York Tuesday, October game, at Polo Grounds, Wednesday, Gcto'usf Second game; at Par Thursday, October game; at New York. Friday, October game; at Boston. Saturday, Octobsr 12.-Fifth game; at New York. Monday, October U-Slx'.h game (if necessary) at Boston. Seventh game (if necessary) will be decided later. All games begin at 2 p. m. Club to win the first four games captures the title. Wh never impossible, on aocoun, of bad weather or other causes to ptey a game on the day .ch.dul.d, the contending clubs will remain n the ,ty ai r such postponements, the scneauie OT js ptnor his excessive slowness. But he ward just so much. evious World Series can hit. Meyers is extremely slow r of font, much slower than Cnrrlgan, The first baseball game recorded as played for "the championship ot although Bill never was a Barney world" was in 1884, when Providence of the National League, defeated WeferSi anll has gained in speed j i vi nnlitans of New York, 3 to 0. In the 27 years since then there navt- (h t h r9i He cnn. around, bonfires they Metropolitans of New waitul all night: -for -tfie first been 18 other at tlie 1000 seats, e New York's Indian Catcher is Faulty but Hillerton Rates Him Above Backstop Carrigan of Red Sox Better Hitter (By Hugh Fullerton.) Catching, secondary in Importance to tho in a team, and to n great extent affecting tho pitching it- self, brings us down to the Important stage of the study of tho world's ser- ies. Here New York 1ms an advan- tage- over Boston, and ono that will to some extent nt least offset tho super- i Commission' iority of (he Red Sox In many other positions. Boston Has Most Catchers Tn studying Meyers and Carrlgan, I have figure-d .Meyers at liS and Carri- gau at C5, in a total value on the 'basis of 100 as perfection, and figure Wil- son and Cady at 63 each, BO closely matched that it ,is hard to choose in any department between them. Bleyers 'has two strong weaknesses is to muff thrown not reach first base much under six seconds, but when he hits the ball he n unHpr-the auspices ot tne ....v.. n unaer t this flrst under the Commission ausi dces not lrave to easterners bucked up in the last iorty fight and because of the display ot minutes. Smith for the Cormvalls did vim oi tbe champions. an enormous amount oi stopping ilur-1---------------------------- the last two periods. In the tin- I Lake hard RED SOX READY FOR THE FRAY Athletics Went Down The final game is v.-hieh Use Ath- letics figured on Saturday, saw the former world's champions defeated, 3 to 0, by the lowly Boston team. The Highlanders Won Clarke Griffiths' crack Washington brigade were jiut under by the New York Highlanders oy S to 6. ing tne last two penous. in uic uu-i al ijuartcr' Cornwall.'took 3' goals in a LONGBOAT WON row in as many minutes. iy m......--.- The game was played according to tlie'rules adopted tiy the N. U. A CLOSE RACE Boston, Mass., Oct.'T. The'Red........... _, _ Sox tried their batteries and their this year, under which field captains fielding ability in light practice at are restored, and another vlayer j Oct. Longboat, Fenway park this morning prior to comes on the field immediately in tnc won tlie fif- their departure for New, York later in place of a penalized player. Tte oh- tecn mile open professional here the day. It was their last day of jcct oi tbe latter rii'.e presumably is one Of the n.' preparation for the world's champion- that the spectators shall not see the. tow only ship, baseball scries. The players are game lose speed but the bard-ship it th Indi from v- Wood m fine form. Gardner and Harrigan works on the unoffending was b making who sufiered recently from split fmg- beautifully illustrated in the last. 'llc who sufiered recently from split nng- bcautimiiy iiiustrat.cn in tno last. ers ate in good condition again. Tho quarter. Tiennie was sent to the irnca Ml1 rr.anng.ng to v.m, an the Red Sox bid fair to go into tbe and I.en Turnbull ran on to replace Four ruaner. started: Hicks, of world's series with the same tortun-, him, ?oins; on from such a position .Minneapolis, Mid Connolly, of Winni- atc lack of handicaps on account ol and with such alacrity that he but it a race between Lon6- illncss ot injury which characterized1 almost a clear run on the. goal and! and Wood from start to finish, their season's plav. I scored. I The .ime 1 hour, 21 rain. T.-Sscc. U. S. RUGBY RESULTS Minnesota 5, 0. Army 27, Steven 0. Xavy 7, John Hopkins 3> Prlncetown 25, Lehigh 0. Penna. 0. Carlisle 0, Washington and Jeffer- Cornell 0, Oberlin 13. Harvard 10, Holy Cross 0. Vale 21, Syracuse 0. Wisconsin 13, Lawrence 0. Chicago 13, Indianapolis 0, Sheffield United 1, Manchester City Second Division Barnsley 2, Fulham 1. Bradford 3, Bury 1. Burnley 2. Bristol City 2. Clapton Orient J, Blackpool 0. Glossop 0, Lincoln City 1. Hull City 2, Notts Forest t. Leicester Fosea 1, Leeds City 1. Preston North End 1; Birmingham 0 Stockport County 3, Huddersfleld Town 1. Wolverhampton Wanderers 3, Grim- shy Town 0. Scottish League Aberdeen 1, Glasgow Ran j -ers 3. Third Lanark 0, Airdriecr tans 0. Celtic 1, Greenock'-Morton 0. Motherwell 0, Clyde 1.. Kilmarnock 2, Dund-ee 0. Palkirk 2, Hearts of Midic 0. Par-tick Thistle 2, Hamiltc cadem- icais 1. Hibernians 3, Queen's Parl i ,'llalth Hovers 2, Paisley St. '.3 lirren 2 Irish League J 'Oienavon 2, Distillery 1. Shelbourae.l, Tfitonville 0. Cliftonv'ilte 2, Derry Celtic 1. Smoke American Navy Tobacco Fragrant, selected leaf, manu- factured by Rock City Tobacco Company Winnipeg Quebec S. Rugby London 0, South Africans 4V. Old WliltiSirtlans'lTV Leicester 8; Aberavon 0. Northampton 8, Coventry 5. 'Mo'se'Iey 14, Manchester 14. Blackbenth Old Tay ors p.............- New-port 4, Cardiff 0. Neath 9, Penarth 0. United Services-10, Richmond'.' T. London Scottish 21, Rosslyn Pel k 10 Leicester 18, Aberin I. MISS CURTIS WINS QOLF TITLE Afj Captures American National OJ am ionshl Manchester Jtonehester, Mass., Oct. I tis Margaret Curtis of Boston won th National Women's golf champions ll ip I for tho third time on ths Esses co m it: links today, defeating Mrs. liona lit Barlow, of Philadelphia, by u cf.3 up and 2 to play. i'- jt WEEKLY STOCK 'LETTER (nice Jt Wholes-, Ltd., Winnipeg) Receipts for past weeiiT- Cattle 307.ri, alves 34S, hogs 1120, slteep 1557. Previous week: Cattlei -1050, calves hogs 2710, sheep While the supply of cattfle this weak ho'ws a big decrease amring the offer- ngs were some of the besflt cattle that ave been seen here this season, sev- iral loads of eitra choice steers, aver- ging a little better than 1300 Ihe., elling last Friday at 6 .rents. Since ionday a few odd head have brought his price but the majcpity of tbe took on sale has run pretty much to he common and medium grades. To- day w'ith moderate receipts- the trade s rather slow until noon very ittlc stuff has changed brads. How- ever prices are firm and can't, seo anything to warrant any lower prices. Stoekers and feeders are still in good demand and selling at sh-.mg prices. Bulls are a little higher, scaling up to 4 cents. We quote as follows, delJrcred, fed and watered: Prime steers, 1300 I'ns. 5.83 to G.OO; choice steers. 1150 to. 1300 Ibs., to 5.75; best butcher s'.eers and heifers, fi.-o to 5.50: fair to good butcher steers and heifers, 4.75 to 5.00; common butcher steers and heif- ers, 4.25 to 4.60; sood cl-.-oiee butch- er cows, 4.75 to 5.00; nleiljmn cows and' 4.00 to 4.25: common cows, 3.00 to :i.50; best buEs, 3.50 lo :.S5; common to t'Ulls. 3.00 to 3.25; b'nst feeders, 1000 His. up. 5.00 to 5.25: good feeders, 9CO to 1000 Ibs.. 4.75 to 5.00; best stoi-fters, -MO to 4.75: light stockers, 10 4.5il: best milkers and 55.00 to 70.00: common to medium nolkers and springers. 35.00 to 45.00. The hog market is lu rather an un- settled condition. Receipts Jiave been lisht and while the bulk oC the hogs have sold this week at some of the biggest puckers have only been bidding 9.25 for chcico hojis. It is hard to tell what next wecj: will but we rather expect to see fhem con- tinue to sell at fi.50 unless She supply should be liberal. N7o change in sheep arid lambs. Best lambs. 11.50 to 11.75, and mutton sheep, 4.50 to 5.00. Best veals. ii.5n to common, and heavy, 5.00 to f-.OO. f ;