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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethforidge Dally Herald, Monday. October Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these goods in Letib ridge and carry a fall line of machines, both two and four minute .records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Gem Combination Standard Standard Combination 1 Hcme Home Combination Triumph The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 B TE-N-MiLE CHALLENGE Sporting Editor, .Herald: I thinfe a team composed of the tame runners who raced John D. Marsh Saturday could 'beat hire, in tea. miles instead. of twelve. At the teath mile the team was leading by a good margin Saturday, I think the performance conld -be repeated.. I hereby challenge Marsh 'to race distance.; "Tours .truly, Captain .Relay Team: VANCOUVER HAS A KICK Went East to Play for Mann Cup Un- der False Pretences Toronto, Oct. S. The Vancouver lacrosse team, Mann Cup challengers.. the night before leaving home after an unsuccessful attempt to lift the cup: in a letter to the press claim to have come east under falsa pretences, the facts being stated by them as follows: "Upon the arrival of Joe Lally, a Mann Cup trustee, at Vancouver, the matter was taken up in detail, and Mr, yi assured us that our challenge WESTMINSTER LUKEMAN HAS TEAM B1TTHE DUST would be accepted, but there was still a game to Ue played off between the St. Catherine's Athletics and the Young Torontos, and that we would be given the opportunity of playing with the winners of that series. "Mr. Lally then wired the trustees at Toronto asking for dates, and dates as stipulated by us, the V. A. C., were allowed, viz., the -1st and Sth of Oct- ober. the greatest, number of goals scored in these two games to decide the winner of the Mann Cup. Mr. Lally had no these dates for hesitancy in making and assured us that WRESTLER WANTS MATCH Frank Francis, of Oklahoma, called on. the -Herald, today and stated that he would.-like: to meet any. wrestler in .the west in "the middleweight class. Match to take place anywhere- Ad- cress replies to Sporting. Editor, the WH1TCROFT STILL DREAMING Edmonton Will Send Another Stanley Cup Hunting Team East This Winter- Edmonton. Oct. J. Whit- croft, who--is "rawnching" at "Waba-, and incidentally taking- on. fles'n froin leading 'the simple life, was ap- proached yesterday as to rlie urospect -for a. professional team in Edmontor.j DECLINES this winter- said Fred, lolling back in r comfortable leather chair in the King Edward roranda, will be a teas- they had been accepted at Toronto. and that the terms would be absolute- ly carried out. "We had no fear but that o.ur club- would meet "with absolute fair play upon our arrival in Toronto, and that we would-be given dates as above set out. "We then left, hoping to find ev- erything in order upon our arrival at Toronto, in place of which everything has been switched, one game only be- ing given to us, and that a sudden- death. one, and we are told that we can go home, that nothing further will be done. therefore ask the tc judge as to whether this Is the proper course to pursue In the handling of p cup given for amateur lacrosse. We feel confident that Mr. Mann's- pur- pose was to encourage amateur play in all its essentials. Nationals and Vancouver Players Combined to .Beat Minto Cup Holders Vancouver. Oct. In a downpour of rain and a of mud 'a team of the Nationals and Vancouver clubs defeate-'i the. New Wesiniinstf.- world's chompion lacrosse club by live goals to three Salarf-ay. H was the tnird exhibition gyr- e relayed on the New Westminster LEGS Great Sprinter Will Play on-Ottawa Rugby Team Wing Line 'Ottawa, Oct. stops the Ottawa football club when once it gets started doing things right, and with the rumor that Jack Ryan will not be. reinstated this year, comes the Twelve Mile Race at the Ball Park Saturday After- noon Won by Speedy Englishman by Small Margin Race Close and Exciting nut anbiincement that Frank Lukeman. the Canadian ali round champion, will play at for the even with the fair in progress was poorly attended. Three of the Na- tionals, Cattarinich, Gauthier and La- voiietce. were with Vancouver. The left for the east Sunday. They were tendered a banquet on Fri- day night by the Terminal City la- crosse entnusiasts. BALL FROM AIRSHIP .go east." but everything is being, feept ai present, and I am not liberty to divulge the names of the players." "Where is the money coming from .was tie aesi question from'.the-incuis: tive reporter. This drew one of Fred's famous' acd a. mysterious look appear- ed, .upon his face. Sojthe source of money is also one of tie facts that ia to be kept secret for the present- SUMMERS GETS DECISION v Sydney., Australia, Oct, Summers, one of England's best ligh- tweights, won the decision over Arthur Douglas, -of South Africa, here, by very narrow margin, after fighting 2C fast rounds. The Britisher was the ar gressor for the majority of the period, but began to tire toward the end. A large crowd witnessed the go. BATTLING NELSON IN RING AGAIN Battling Kelson meets Monte Dale, at Kansas City to-night. This is Nelson's first important ring affair since his defeat by Wolgast. His showing will be watched with interest by the sporting fraternity all over, and his right to meet Wolgast ag- ain will be established or. dis- established. bearers. This is not .the only important item attached to thV story, however, and Dr. H. H. president of the lo- cals, will take out an insurance poli- cy for to cover any possible injury -that might befall the great cin- der path star. This policy will last throughout the football season only, and should the ex-Montreal flyer meet with injury while playing rugby, he wilfdraw about ?100 per week as com- pensation, this being the amount cov- jered by his policy. i Though it was noc the intention of i the Ottawas to usejuukeman, the -will- jingness of the 0. A. A. C. sprinter to j get into the game, and that ail im- jportant question of outside right, uas jled them to take the above step.. Mur- ray star centre half, has The -twelve-mile'., race between. John Marsh and a team of four picked men at the ball park on Saturday proved of :great interest to the three hundred or more spectators in attendance. Marsh won by three-quarters ot' a lap, or an eighth of a mile, in the time of 1.0'J.Oii, not record time by any means, but very fine time everything It was a .unique race and exciting. Clarke, the first, of the team to go on, went two miles, and held Marsh down. McLean then jumped in, and sprint- Clarke had completed his dis- tance Marsh was but a quarter of a lap behind. McLean ;went on for !iis last sprint and put Marsh in the rear for a. lap, after which Rochant took up the' grind. It wasn't very long until Marsh overtook Rochant, who 'this time was out to go a mile. the young Frenchman had com- pleted his distance, Deerfoot jumped into the gain e to finish the race with a mile and a half still to go. The In- dian caught "Marsh and stayed wiih him for the first mile, but the pace set by the Englishman was fast ed a lap, opening up-a-gap of ninety land in spite of Deerfoot's game effort yards. Rochant, the next-to run, was unable to hold the lead acquired by McLean. Marsh soon overhauled him and at the end of the fourth mile pass- ed his adversary, and eventually near- ly, lapping Rochant. It was then up to the sprinter to cut down Marsh's lead after Rochant had run his sched- uled two 'miles, which he did. Mike Deerfoot then hopped into the game, with Marsh leading "by twenty yards. The Indian very soon Marsh and .passed him; at one -time being three-quaners in. advance... Deerfoot, failed TC-keep up the clip he started with and toward-s the- finish of his first mile, Marsh was running close up, the next'few laps taking the "lead been insure-d while the oars-j and retaining it i'or some time.- "When JOHN FLANAGAN WILL NOT COMPETE AT NEW ORLEANS inea and other players will also'-be cared for in thik regard. Injuries .are .costly, to the football i team, and by- insuring their players i the Ottawa this responsi- jbility off ithe -club money by Deerfoot completed his two miles he was leading by half, a lap. sprinter 'McLean again' went out an-d wicSeSed the space, that. Deerfoot -had succeeded'in. opening then Clarke" jumped into 'the 'race again, tnis dine for two and a half miles. to hold his opponent, he was forced to drop behind. The won as he pleased. -Marsh displayed a style of running never .seen here before. He has a veritable machine-like action whiclv never varies. His generalship be- speaks of much experience with all kinds of runners and "in fact show- ed championship class in all his move- ments. Marsh's running alone is an exhibition in- itself. Clarke made the .time of the relay-team, Deerfoot next. Rochant didn't show the 'same sneed as hisj team mates, but he had a verv even 1JJetroit Chicago Automobile owners are informed that a plant for tfle repairing of kinds Tires and Tubes has been installed by tho Central Cycle and Repair Works, 33la Eighth Avenue, east, Calgary. i The difficulty hitherto met with in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by the introduction of a thorough, up-to-date plant. Specimens of work on application. Work sent returned with all pos- sible despatch. Central Cycle and Repair Works o3lA Eighth Avenue East, Calgary. A. J. BARNES, Prop. BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL At St. cmcago 11 2 at. Louis....... 4 0 Needham; Steels and' Cole and At Cincinnati Jfittsburg Cincinnati 7 White and Simon; Beebe 7 3 9 1 and AMERICAN" At St.-Louis 11 8 Cleveland 10 1 -Nelson and, Stevens; Bianding- and Smith. second St. Louis Cleveland 5 10 Mallern and Conners; Falkenberj and rannd athlete, that he will sail shortly for Ireland, has caused a wail of an- guish to go up in local Kempt on Park, Oct. Stakes, a handicap of sixteen circles, where he was- expected" to i hundred gereigns, mile and a quar bring home the A- A: 'TJ. championship ;ter, was won to-day by Wolfe, at 6 to for the Irish-American A, C. of New York. Flanagan jl. Buckwheat, 100 to 15, was second. and "WiUonrx. 3 to 1, third. rsn: South Ann, The ly today that 'would be unable tc jHayd Faithful DoQ and Dute go to New Orleans. Flanagan leaves ael at once for Ireland, to manage the es- tate of a relative who recently died. Chicago, Oct. Sullivan, veter an backstop of Comisky's Whire Sox, jositii'ely, absolutely'balks-at the sug- gestion teat he iry to catch a base- ball dropped from an airship at an al- titude of feet. Charles E. Willard, the aviator, ex- pressed a willingness to assist "Sully" in. making the experiment during the aero meeting at Hawthorne, but the Sox star says nix. "In the first explained Sulli- vau, "it would be sheer insanity to ev- en attempt a catch. A baseball whizzing toward the earth from a height, would come faster than any minnie ball ever travelled in the civ- il war, and, furthermore, I have a wholesome desire to play a few more games of baseball. It's too sort of work.'' .Ever since Sullivan -caught those baseballs dropped from the topmost edge of the Washington monument, a distance of 550 feet, baseball crankr. hare been framing new- stunts, all to be classed with freaks and suggestingUnv due after, thai day... This was City, 3; Woolwich Arsenal. jthat Ccmiskey's ever faithful wind-! statement made this morning by pad artist go after some new records (Jones, manager of Woigast, Wolgast'cj jthis scheme, and'-while 4he executive He -held the lead for the" first mile [would dislike men'to'go j quite handily.' Here i under 'through will be saved- _ football team. for Famous All-Round Athlete I: to Ireland Owing to Death 1 Relative New York, Oct. announce- j ment of John Flanagan, the famous all j YORK STAKES .WON BY WOLFE they at least ed'to show -.his -wonderful class by of the hospi-r cutting -down thV distance which sep- gate and .was strong at the finish. McLean as a .sprinter was very fast, and to him must be given a great deal of the credit due to the team for the' good showing made against the speedy englishman. Marsh Challenged After the race, Murray of Cardston challenged .Marsh, to-- race 250 yards in weeks' time foj- 1500 or a side. Marsh's backers are prepared to match, him against. the Cardston and it only remains for the cnauenger to lay down his money and grated him from his opponent, 'and have it covered. WHO WILL BE STAR OF WORLD'S SERIES 2 5 2 Donovan an-d Stanage; Lange and -Payne. THE STANDINGS AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Philadelphia ......102 Previously One Player Has Stood Out Prominently in Crucial The Instances step forward and be the hero at the expens eof his baseha.ll life. Briscoe Lord would make an .acceptable sac- rifice. Bris played without particular honor in the 1905 world's series be- New York Detroit Boston unicago Washington St. Louis 92 85 81 70 .68 G5 50 68 72 SO 84 S6 106 .685 ,.612.- .55S .530 .464 .445 .4SO .300 -.AT10NAL Won Lost P. C. Who will be the hero and at the the Athletics and the New York Story same time the goat of the 3910 Trorld'5 Giants. Ho Plight do his professiona Mich- senes For a precedent seems tc song by starring in tue comin WOLGAST STILL IN GAME Champion Lightweight Will Be In Shape to Fight in February senes or a prec jhave been established which doom encounter. Ira Thomas would also (Jnicago .........100 First League Notts'Forest, 3; Aston Villa, 1. Ev- ert onr 2; Bury, 1. Bristol City, 0; Man Chester United. Oldham..Athletic. 1; Middlesboro. 0..'Sheffield TVednes- Chicago, Oct. Wolgast will day, 1; Liverpool, ".Newcastle TJn- bc ready for more ring work about ited, 2; Notts New York fittsburg rnilad'elphia- I Cincinnati some more or less .untouted player, to {loos well in the role. stand in the big series and then to Ginger Beaumontv might serve Louis lose his'job in the major leagues. j hero for the Cubs. Or what would' (be the matter with Harry Steinfeldt Like the honey bee, which gives Sheckard is another who its 'life in administering the sting tc j its enemy, the major league player j has hurt the enemy worst-has j given up his major league position. Take the case of George Rohe, the out gracefully by making a lit in the big series. February 1st and is ready right now Rovers, 0; Suadertand, 1. '.Manchester j White Sox's third baseman, who in to make a match with Bat Nelson for; City. 0; Sheffield 4. Tottea- l906 starred both at bat and in the FRANCE TO BE MARKED the vrorld's title, the date to be set ham Hotspur, d; Preston North End, 1. SWEDES 'CONFER WITH -ENGLISH ON OLYMPIC GAMES PROGRAM The Washington catch was not made [arm is badly and it will with the view of copping additiona'-'take four months to set him. right. Second Division Birmingham, 1; Stockport Cunty, S, Blackpool, 2; Wolverhampton Wand- Draft of List of Events Sent to Ama- teur Association for Its Approval or Dissapproval New York, Oct. English am- ateur Athletic association met recently and ona of the items discussed was the program of the next Olympic games in Sweden. To judge from the accounts of the discussion, ya rough draft of the list of events had bees forwarded to ths Englishmen for tht purpose cf having their opinion and any suggestions they might' wish tc make. The list was carefully seamed, afte- which it was decided to ask the Brhish representative on the internationa" Olympic committee liiat P.w meters, r steeplechase arid ,-n atidiiional ing event be added. It is not certain whether pro grain already one or twc events of 'this laiter class, but it sure ly contained one. Although the Eng lishmen were responsible for introdiK- ing the javelin free they after- ward saw the fallacy of the move in their own games, and are now of tht opinion that there should be only style of javelin is with the spear grasped in the middle. The Britcns think there should be only one discus, that to be the Greek style, the one with the turr being a sort of mongrel exercise. Ne; ther do the English think that the standing high and broad jumps shov much athletic ability, and would liav these events suffer delletion. It i: notable that die Swedes agree in rnos- of the views held by the Englishmen glory, says Bill. In fact, he merely tried out his skill and to satisfy his curiosity. OFFICIAL SCHEDULE First Game................... Monday, Oct. 17, at Philadelphia Second Game................Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Philadelphia Third Game........ ...Thursday. Oct. 20, at Chicago Fourth Oct. 21, at Chicago Fifih Game....................Saturday, Oct. 22, st Philadelphia Sixth Game.........................Sunday, Oct. 23, at Chicago Seventh Game (if necessary) ..Time and place to be decided by lot Series ends when one team wins four games. in case of postponed or drawn games the dates thereafter will be changed. If either the first or second games is postponed or drawn the wul remain in Philadelphia until two games have been de- cided. The rule will hold for the third and fourth games, which are to he payed in Chicago, irrespective of postponements or ties. except that the Sunday date in Chicago is fixed if the series lasts that long. Wednesday. Oct. 19 is left open for travelling. The other jumps, if there be any, will be made by special train. league, O'Day and American league, Connolly and Sneridan. FINANCIAL A. Heydler. secre- tary of the National league. Robert B. McRoy, secretary American ieageu Richter, Sporting Life. Taylor S'pink, Sporting News. Sixty per cent, of the receipts of the first four games forms the players' pool. The contestants do not share in the receipts after four games have been decided. Forty per cent, of SO per cent, of the receipts of the first four games and SO per cent, of the receipts of all other games played go to the ciub owners to be divided equally. Ten per cent, of the receipts of all games played goes to the National Commission. Sixty per cent, of the players' pool goes to the winners of the series and 40 per cent, to the losers. Jones said the arm did not mend ;erers, 0. Bolton Wanderers, 3; Erad- sufficiently after ihe first break, al .ford, 0. Clapton Orient, 0; Chelsea, though tue physicians thought it had. iO. Huddersield Town. 1; Derby Coun- ty, 1. Fulfcam, 3; Burnley, 0. Glossop. 1; Leicester Foose, 0. Hull City, 3; 'Gainsboro Trinity, 2. Lincoln City, 1; 'Barnsley, 0. West Bromwich Albion. 2; City. 0. Southern League New Brompton, 0; Northampton, 0. j-Miliwali Athletic. 2; Portsmouth, 1. i Queen's Park Rangers, Luton. 3. :.Norwich City, 2: Westham United field, and was generally credited with Going most to annihilate the Cubs ir. the world's series that year. George "ft-as the talk of the country. Great things were predicted for Mm in the 1907 campaign, but he failed tc live up to expectations. In fact, he AID FOR AVIATORS Great White Numbers Soon Will Spot Entire Country as Guides of Bird-Men Paris, France, Oct. is about to become spotted, from ths was so bad that he -was sent to New j Enslish cLanccl to the Mediterran- Orleans. He has been in the .mines from Brittany .to the A'osges, ever since. [with great white numbers, marking In 1907 Claude Rossman, of the jthe world's first permanent aerial Tigers, was the one Detroit Tiger who did good work. He batted wonderful- routes. Quintou, president of the National jly, and was the life of the Tiger team Agrial League, has issued an appeal Great first baseman. The Nap man- agement, which had let him go, pre- ferring to retain George Stovall, I boards'to "mark "wuysV "AD roundly criticized for giving up "one, enUlusiastic. r8SponSe is expected, as of his 'compatriots to give roofs, dunes lands for sign- JO. Coventry City, 0; Brighton and j first. Hove Albion, 2. United, 1; .Exeter City, 2. Southampton, 0; Swin Town, -i. Plymouth Argyle, 1; I Bristol Rovers. 2. Watford, 1; Crystal I Palace, 1. Leyton, 4; Brentford, 1. I Scottish Football j Glasgow, Oct. are the .'results of Scottish League football 'games played-to-day: Aberdeen, 3: Motherwell. 0. Parrick 2; Hamilton i Academicals.. 1; Third Lanark. 4. St. i; Falkirk, 3... Heart of Mid- ilothian, 0: Raith Rovers, 0. Morton, 14; .Queen's Park, 1. 'Clyde, 2; Hiber- inians, 0. Dundee, 1. But what became of Rossy He stayed on with Detroit for another yea stayed on with Detroit 'for another I year, took part in lie world's series! in 1909 with the Tigers, but always as i a plajrer under a cloud. Jennings was j appeal comes at the close of a ious aviation season. The French are more than ever convinced of their own supremacy in flying, and' are ready to go almost to any lengths to retain their leadership. "Every town and village." Qninton trying all the time to replace hiir, i Isaid, "will be 'marked with two fig- -In 1009 Detroit sot Tom Jones from! ures, the first to indicate the number St. Louis, and Rossman, discredited and crestfallen, was sent to the Browns.. He lingered on a while, went of kilometres north or south of the parallel ot Paris, and second the num- ber of kilometres east cr west of the i ENGLISH FOOTBALL i London, Oct. are the results cf the games played in the Old Country to-day: London, Oct. are the results of Saturday's football games: Scottish 10: Harlequins 5. Welsh 2; Bath 0. Coventry 25; Bedford 7. (Cardiff 8; Newport 0: Devonport Al- jibion 5; Plymouth G; Leicester 2; Bris- tol S: AJbion 0; -Lannelyn C. to Columbus, and is polis with the minors. in Minnea- meridian oi' Paris. The figures for north and east, will be underlined to S distinguish them from the figures for Last Fall Babe Adams, Pittsburg and west_ Thus a confused fly-- pitcher, was the wonder of the fans Lr issuing from the mist which is sq He won three games from the Detroit troublesome, will see on a roof in a Tigers, made it possible for Pitts- burg to capture the series. He was immediately touted a marvellous: box mar, buL h this year. He town the white figures (5 and 15, nei- ther xmfe-lineti. He then, knows that he is six kilometres miles) south :e has not. raarje good jof the paraiJel of Paris and fifteen kil- ls regarded as Siometrea (nine miles) west mer- little too slow for fast company. He j jjiaR Fari5_ He at his has been retained by Manager i handbook and finds thai the numbers of Pittsburg because of his fine work last- fall in the hope that he mighl "come back." 6 and 15 stand for the exact site cj Versailles. "With cue country thus plaited. The 3910 battle for the world'? t France 'will continue to the 80 SG .76 74 64 Cl 48 61 66 74 79 87 SC .680 .588 .568 ,5oa .485 .420 .411 MARSH WOULD RACE A HORSE John D. Marsh is anxious to try his running prowess against a horse, and is prepared to accept a match. CCB? PLAYS THE MARKETS Ty Cobb need sot worry about win- ning that automobile. He has cleaned up in the cotton market. Act- ing on a tip t'rom George Stallings two months ago. Cobb bought 200 bales of cotton iu the future market. It began to climb imrnofjaieJy, and Ty's profit ran up to ?3o a ha-e. -He sold out that figure and a clear pro- fit of When, a ball player can put over like that he need not worry about winning automobiles, pescially when he has two or three, anyhow. I j j Swansea IS; ,Middieaboro J j championship is at hand. Who willjworld with its conquests of .the Lunch Counter Cigars and A. C Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Easement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop in Connection i ;