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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITK Monday, Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers Games in the ,Big Leagues Tecumseh Lacrosse Team., N. L. U. for 1911 NATIONAL Chicago 000 ilOii 3 s Plttsbnrg 100 000 5 1 Toiioy, Slnpnirks iind Gnihitro: Ail- nms nnd Ollison. Nor.- York 001' 000 7 t Ui'Stoil 002 000 1 Drucke. Fauul ami Wll- eou ;iml Hartley; Tyler and Rnridiin. Chicago 000 000 100 7 S Pitteburg 000 010 000 3 Ritchie. Molntyre and Graham: Hendrix and Simon. Cincinnati 000 000 L1 1 Bt. Louis 103 001 9 S Bentoii, Froiuui'e and Clarke and NcLtmn; Harmon mid Bliss..' AMERICAN v Detroit 000 010 7 0 St. Lima HOC 000 3 3 Dart and Clirke: Works and Wll- Boeton lOli 000 01 10 1 000 100 S 2 Hall and Wllluuiu; Cashion. Beck- er anil Alnsmith. Chicago 002 001 7 1 Cleveland Ml 000 11 Walsh; iind Kaler and 0'Nrf.l. SPORTING EDITOR -PASSED AWAY TifrMVUlliim sporting of tlm Calgary .Mows Tfclogrtini, died Ui Calgary He was one time' on tlio OUawa Citi- zen.'thu I'ort nnd otlVor fAstvrn papers. He was city editor of thu before coin- ing to Calgary! lie was the son of Kev. Dr. school inspector of 'Orillni. Second game Chicago ell OOx I Cleveland 000 001 Scott and Kreita; Swindell Easterly. Tecumsehs Surprised the Champs in Last Minto Cup Game, 7-3 for Series much 4 i. Llregjj. MncLt club inory than Mniqund is miiLh ilorg L [vpc. !If' in style and fabric. wanta moderately 'priced or the finest that can be ,lut-.Reform has it. 409 mm McGUIRE, Rugby easily, sonve that .the score would be'anfcjtlier shiii out. The same a'lTveij oiie 1 alonde Vancouver, Oct. Cup remains in Vancouver, for The second gauie of the Tecumseh- 6 Vancouver series on Saturday sealed B 5 that qisrtion. But at that, the dope playhlS aU th- "'Ils and on Saturday was afi upset. The j inched for the five minute limit ilengers. got busy from the drop Qf I three occasions. The Tecnmgoh tie- the hat. and put up one of. the bes'l tvucc played', w-ell.. whi'e the iut ick j'samea of the season, 'winning "recklessly, mine Chicago 112 202 17 Cleveland 300 000 4 5 1 j frOm tjje Cllp i10idQrs the scotv of !chance to score. Kinsmtn in tor Be-nz, White and Kreitz: .lames, j 3 [0 9. n Waa a great surprise to the jfhe easterners .stopped a few hot 1 I Vancouver enthusiasts, who had ex-J shots, am! put .UP, a whirlwind pected the home brews to win oiiliA lot of money changed hands on (Tecuniseb. the''result oxpwcted. How- 'they Qu-errie. Tecumsehs. 13 Lnlonde. Vancouver, CJodfrey, MfDougall. TeOuiny> M urton, pti 10 I A ininnte? 1.20 minutes. 10 minutes ib T minute beat Mack's club and this will :eaa a lot. w'ill rank ii'pou ii't Dlaulr. for Ames, like Muthcwson, :at his best, upon a cool day'in the fall. In- slabsmen .ready for the series like Mathewson and Mar quiird. there can be no question but tlrat Mc'Graw carries iPbig advantage Baskette and Easterly. St Louis GOO 001 17 "1 Detroit Lake and Schmidt. 001 TOO '2 Stephens; Flute Second .Et. Louis 101 100 7 0 Detroit 000 000 '_' 2 Mitchell and Kritchell: Taylor and Williams.-- The Old Country Football Results WHEN GIANTS AND ATHLETICS CLASH ON SATURDAY THEM? WILL BE SOME JOSNGS London, Oct. following are the results of the kssociaation foot- to: games playjil today: First Division Aston Vfila i, Sunderlantl Bol- >ton 2, Woolwich Arsenal ,i; Liverpool 1, Blackburn Rovers 2; J-IancH-aster United Sheffield nesday l; Newcastle United W, Bromwich .4... 0; Naits County -Middlesborougii 0; Oldham Athletic .Manchester City 1; Preston N'ortli End 2, Bradford City Sheffield .United 2, Everton 1; Tottenham Hot- spur i, Bury 1. Second Diviiion Bradford 1, Barusley 0; Burnley '2, Notts Forest 0; Derby County a, Gi 0; Pulhnm Or Hull City i; Galtis- borough Trinity 0, Clapton Orient. 2; This is the big week of the year in sporting Circles in Ani-erica for next Saturday Uie Giants and Ath- letics, teams which have battled their way to the head of their respective organizations, will meet in Xew York the first game of famous worlds series, which spells the zenith of fame in the baseball world. This meeting of the leviathans of the Am-, Urimsby Town a, Chelsea Leeds Wty 2t Hudderefteld Town 0; Leices- ter Fosse 2, Bristol City 0; Stock-port Oo.iinly I, Blackpool 2; Wolverimrap- ton Wanderers rs Birmingham post- poned. Southern League Brighton and Hove Albion 5, Southampton 0: Stoke 2, Crystal Pal- 1; Coventry City 3, Norwich City -1, Ley ton 1; Northampton 4, Plymouth Argyte 1; Swindon Town. 3, Heading 0; Bristol Rovers vs Wat- .ford, postjwned; West Ham United New Broinpton 0; MUlwall Athletic 5, Exeter City 0; Queen's Park Hang- ers 4, Rrentford 0. Rugby London Scottish o.'Roslyn Park 0; Northampton 3, Gloucester 3; Rich- jnond fi, United Services fi: Old Mer- chant Taylors 5, Hlackheath 0: Lei- cester Coventry 0; 3, Plymouth 0; Pontypool London ericau national pastime is the fans piii-jdiae, and ever since the various teams of both leagues fii'jt crossed bats early in the spring, the "bugs" have been busy doping out a winner in the final found just, iiboni to come off. All interest for the next two weeks will be centered in this baseball feast. The Jeffries-Johnston controversey will be buried in the musty depths'of history. Even Gotch and Hack of more recent, fanierwill go by rhe wall for the time being. And if President Tuft and reciprocity are not forgotten it will be because be is getting far- ther nnd farther away from the scene of conflict In fact the because of poorer pitching, in the Am-ias Baker i'3. erlcan or is it because iFtef have' using tiie notorious It's! a cinch ilnu of these twp.imibons muss be attributed ns >i ca'iifleJrmJIne noticeable difference, ;riid just how -Athletics '-quartet must he given the edge upon the past jierf'o nuances, although the margin is this margin they the change will affect the lean the big argument is going lo be one i argument of Use outstanding features in the coming series. A well known baseball writer com- LJiquld out slug ind tist in '3e fensive pl.iy and a.trifle steadier. Bj the paper Batting Averages of tnfielders Doyle. 2b Morale. Ib Herxog. 3b Fletcher, ss. Athletics Collins nb Baker, 3b UcInncE. Ib AB, 479 503 -105 11 -HO 140 S3 H. 1S6 150 lOt Uhlcm sijini, that will race 'he toughest pitching In atkled all ir- bor in lost Saturday Stavely Had Good Races! Hod '.Jilid he Bii, Pour Rugln league the. figirs t feint vuthj tht. I bkiuiofa it Iduiontpn the fiuil' scote of 'he unlit bcmt, Ul lllP l the fuiigh lost I dmontoA, A M C on the local sndnon {season 11 to 1 Ihe 1 dmomori intt. i JlClfc one of the _ pined in Alberta nnd hdjisr id adMnce ot the tame ill u, Stately o 1 1 he I dmoiuou i Jiftl-a mo1 hudest j-tjie farm-is Sta.' I, LoanniaH II IllCt 1WO 6XtrH 6'mlll Juhlph ind pobbibh onh five 01 six Uo pit JLd and lo Lroa, lhe fhe there run do'pi tdht ilh all the work H0iish Ridor M C V game a tin both men i Ions j pi i t ih noitheni fhw1 S0111C it t befoit tuc big show opens ami i oim hon naiu ms btin-, tlieai gradelhorpi Mirqmrd teps out befoie the im Thu Honph m ide} Iveirher of pi bats I no POOI showing "ecunug ihej- bliBhms line up on a kick Diihph> Standing of Tea'ma W T. series a cin attoul to titKei ps7 Jnnt, MCA I "i bhoit chanceo uid if f ipeed than through the season with diigt- hard, stretch ahead. Between Uender and Coombs, the Giant machine fevirs the Indian more. Bender will be faced with great re- spect. The Indian when right. Ins great speed and an effective jump, which is hard to massage with the war Pel .305 .27S .283 M'l .Pet. 1 i .320 9 S He --lint o it "the C ints m 110 telf Kit to MjtiA Another ineer ing between "this add 'epci intercut to the pioceedmt, In the pitching depiinntni Ins the shade iind enough edge to ofi et Hhletic in otliei de i Octol or Rough Ride EASTERN RUGBY The Argonaut .Senions defeated nlii Tigers of a score of l'j to S, before'an excellent crowd, tlofj teams played good football, and ed good material. v> Kingsley, FOOTBALL MATCH Rodlfe. Stav M D> 2 AT PINCHER Open .half mile running June. R. Con 1 try. Stavely, 1 H. Watt; Clares'holin AVelsh 10; HarleqninB Newport 10, 11, Bristol :j. CCOTTISH FtWTBALL RESULTS Glasgow, Oct, football re- sults on SnturdBv were; Scottish Clyde Aberdeen 1: Aird- lie lf Thtrd Lanark 1; Dundee l, iHonrta 1; Patrick Thistle 3, Palkirk 3, St. Mirren I, Celtic 0: HlfevmiaiiR 13, ilotherwell 0; Kllmarnock X, Haith Hoverts 1; Morton 2, ,Quoen's i'3Jark forget that he ia alive inyereit in the event. Half of fun of the series comes ni doping the winner. Those close ip to the fountain heads of knowledge mve been busy for two weeks past cussing the pros and coiis. the relative strength of rhe two teams, style of play, bailing, fielding, haaernntiing and teamwork. One dopster favors one aggregation, the next the other, iind so on aloug the line. Read all the dope and in the language of-the lo- "You payj takes your quacioiis Calgary orator your money, and you choice." Approximately Us a ?oss up between the two league leaders. There are so many things to he con- sidered that it -would be next to im- possible tu pick tlie winner. If that could be done Uie fnn of the game would vanish, and the fans would mfca their one last mad jamboree of joy paring lhe iwo teams Ju outfield and infield 'departmoiits No p'n'St s'eries will draw forth such crowds'nor hold such attention. Comparing these player for player, is setting to be a national pa-Jtime. ArgnmeiH and rebuttal, dis- cussion iinri oratory, are ;raging bick nnd forth. There are t.liree departments to bei considered in this summing r two two infields head on two batteries. i Mutliewson and 'Martiuard of Mc- Starring with the two infields legion will fight it out against must be conceded that -the and Mcprnvvvn-'ill hold quartet forms the greatest combina- Red Ames in reserve while Mack will on lid Think a third man iis needed.. field hfts '.a big .shiide on McO-rnw's. j It is on the firing lino tun L the great- Ami yet when one stops to size up thejer part of the battle settle, so two departments, man against .man, the, comparison here, is worth closer L j o alabmcit fnpm each worirt s [series camp will bear the bulk of the when the Cisnts ind Uhlelics real fan will tlan lu either cirbuit. The first :cept for hi-3 strong impression us that .Mnck'y in- there is no noticeable difference. Between .Merkle and M eilge may. be close bu star should have tho call from the attention than any" other factor of Mclnncs, the the fight. L the Giant There is in o question but thru series .with standpoint of worth. Merkle hay great right hamler and his equally the fire and Mcfnnes .is yet'renowned south paw. Nor is there to be tested under a heavy'strain such but 't.hatr Conniu Mack1 .is this big serie-3 will be. Both are j fears this pair more th-an any other ranking first Iwst'num, but in the clos-: factor of the Giant pluy. ng -.ilages of thfi fight! Mafhewson is always at his best in ;erkle has "given "one of the grqatestjthe closing stage-' the fight, lie exhibitions i.-v< upon tiie liield. Merkltt is taller than. Mclnnes, has a wider rungs and is every whit -is fust. Melnney has more than made for the whole lot can be learned from the averages of the two tennis for lhe year's play, but some- times luck intervenes, and tho dope "jis all upset Into the junk heap. ft is this thing culled luck, or tiie way everything .breaks in series, that I keens the tans' nerves on the frazzled all the time and-mnhes baseball j Harry reaches his greatest height in a post- season clash. FTo hns been looking hotter each passing'week month expects to be every whit as good Their records up to September were 1 .Marquard 23 6 2o 13 .6i Bender................ 17 n .7' Coombs 23 11 Devore, Snodgrass, Murray and Dec- ker against Oldring, Lord, Murphy and D. Coteman, Stavely, Creek, Oct, 7.__A footlml! D. Harpe nntch place at the athletic Vi" JMoofly rounds here on .Monday afternoon, 2- 0 between the -iLunribrscIc'j boy and PInchcr Creek teams. t enthusiasm wrih a plucky and nts are er wa% bv Struck jtnother superheated argument between" ftf New I York Giants and those 6T the' Philadel Athletics Jo-ih Devore, of the Giants, vs faster than any member of either outfield squad. Snodgrass and Murray are only the Harriers Club here to hold a long a Pet i distance road race on 7931 Day. [haunt. The committee appointed to secure I subscribers to th-a curling rink 18 !me been making good UK- movement is more likely than ever to bo a success. entered wet-j i en their horses off the track' S-the prajflie, tlieir j natiiral Thei'2 M-as also a cow-boy Little Buck won both heats in the free for all, and tlm 'kjOtffed sprinter Salome .lano, had it oVvjr Ranch Kin f Ion mile. i j Bllb by Boston to-'To- ronto, could, not come to farms with the Eiistern leagueis, and has suspended.