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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Paay Tuesday. October nth, 1910. Automobile are sole agents y for these goods in and 'carry a full line of machines, both two and four minute records. CANADIAN PRICES ON' "EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Combination Standard Standard Combination Home Home Combination Triumph BIG NATIONAL At Xew Lcthbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032. 412 ROUND EDO IE PLANK WILL PITCH FIRST GAME St. Louis Paper Prepared to Make Serious Charge American League Standing Chicago, Oct. St. Louis will print a story to-! and -Moran; Rudolph and j morrow charging that the St. Louis and Wilson. I players "laid down'1 for Lajoie in to-j aay's double-header so he .could j the automobile over Cobb of Do-1yt troit in the close race now on for the i batting Conors of the -Ajaerici'n gue between the two. j liajoie got. eight hits in eight at bat. After a season in which the Do! A S; three-time winners of the Am- MATCH BACK HAS BEEN ARRANGED JOHN D. MARSH AND CARDSTON MAN TO RACE FOR A SIDE WEEK FROM TO-MORROW AT CARDSTON 7 14 -1 15 16 1 and Needham; Hearne and other scheduled. i Cardston sprinter. Murray, who threw down -'the saunilet 10 Joan D. Marsh, aftc-r the race on Saturday, at, the Ball Park have his wish appeased. Murray challenged Marsh to a uasu for a bet from to Yesterday Marsh got to the extent of by admirers iu LeUibridge. and imme- diately covered his challenger's money. A legal agreemen' has been drawn up by ives ami was shown to The race is to Kike place at Cardston a, week from next Wed- nesday. rt will be run in three hears, to take place within an hoi-r' ihe distance for each hear will be 250 yards. _ Murray has sained quite a reputation of late as a sprinter having beaten the local champion, Billy iiaynes, and several other of -the district's best sprinters. Marsh says he has run short distances before, and has gener- won. He is yuite confident of putting it over Murray at 250 OUTLAW BAIL and tubes s by the up-to-date plant. ViUiorough, of work on sent returned -with sible despatch. Central Cycle Repair Works 331A Eighth Avenue East, Calgary. A. J. BARNES, Prop erican league championship, Wood's Series Given to Vet j ousted from first place, the American f 4- .eran and jJeaguo season ended with Phila-Jel-1 Berber Follow (phia in first place. The following islX r Eddie -veteran southpaw Itiie unofficial standing of the teams: AMERICAN Won. Lost P. C. Philadelphia ......lou 4S Yort SS G3 "T WORLD'S SERIES DRAWING NEAR will open the world's basebai; series f6r the Philadelphia Athletics, Jack Coombs, and if Plank wins his first game, will he sent back'for the third com -bat 'v "Chief r. .-Ibe prepar- ed1 to'taire tn'e'mourth and thus'win for.'Coainie Mack's Ameri- enamplons. wasmngtoa 66 This is not from Connie Mack him-! St. Louis 47 Detroit Cleveland self.- "The leader of the Athletics does es si S5 107 .6SO .583 j -r .55S .530 .461 .444 The American league sched- t'sle concluded last Sunday and the National finishes up next Saturday. On Monday the nrst game of the world's ser- ies takes place at Philadel- phia between the Cubs and the Athletics; 4. ECHOES OF BIG LEAGUE POLITICS BOOM INTEREST IX AVOBLD'S SEMES Toronto People Enquire as to Posci- biliities of Making Major League Ball Means Business With His New League Toronto, Oct. may havo From a hitting standpoint -with baseba11 team named for their accustomed .ear m the lletcner outlaw circuit. jsitions and with a reasonable percer WESTERN CANADA -EAGUE AVERAGES It is not yet'certain that Fietcher's league will materialize, but h" the 'signatures now of six pf the greatest PARTiZAN RIVALRY OF FRIENDS DENCY STIRS EASTERN MANHATTAN CF CANDIDATES FOR PRESI- PITCHERS 'ROUND JNTO FORM jtion live seasons, and in tnree wot tage of games played, the star tea; u would be: P., Starkell, Moose Jaw games, .291: c., Spencer, i w. v., kjjjcitvjtji, jC.umoni players, in the business to start 84 games, .280; lb Hurley.-aioose .I it does aot materialize it S9 games, .281; 2b: 'Mackin, may not include Toronto, but a Chi- cago gentleman interested financially brid? 71'games, .284; s. Ed -'-not talk of -Ms plans. That Mack will world's series with his -iieft-iand pitcher is, however, the op- a Philadelphia oasebal! fan! has been "a lrienfi> of Mack's NATIONAL Won Lost P. C. 101 SKEELS SENT HOME hrth i'-'several years and keeps in touch with 'the situation, especsaliy -rcien a- i W fs -inn'nArnpfl Brooklyn G4 series is concerned. V .One reason for selecting Plank the big games is tfcat the Ath-j letic's. leader has made a specialty of! 'southpaws. He is always, on the alert I an- effective rvvirler who works' offisde, believing some teams j can not this delivery'. He has! tried 'oat many southpaws. He has .Louis 61 4S 61 67 74 79 SS S7 101 Kegina. Oct. post card re- C. ceived yesterday from Frank' Gurney, .67S j the Regina third baseman, who is' now at his home in Detroit, conveys .596 -507 .457 .421 .412 N'ew York, October There is j Plants and also made the team fi ilril interest here in U-e juancially successful. This year he coding worM championship series, j had charge of the team Many New York fans and sportsmen who admire live contests of any kind contemplate going on to see a game, or some for its owners. of which he is part owner, and besid es winning a pennant the team cleared two, if not the whole series. Why the date for the opening of the championship series should be uuuveys "uijus cuampionsmo series snoula be the information that Dave Skeels has the subject of discussion been sent nome for the balance of the season by the Tigers. Ke will, in all probability, -be taken on the spring- training trip and. given an opportunity to make good. SJ BIG CHESS TOURNAMENT AT MONTREAT ...w_ _... VLjjrY1 The Canadian Chess association's tournament will begin in two promising Atkins -VIcntr5aI December '26. All games will and Krause, whom he is preparing, for be completed in six days. The prizes future-struggles. are: First, S100; third, when the National league schedule was drawn, which, provided that the games of the older association would not end until October 15. It was stated at the time that this (schedule was due in part to the parti- v-ov. lourth, S-2Q, with, a gold medaljzan rivalry rhe deadlock :io the winner.-who will also'hold thef among the supporters of John AT cup at present, the. property of Joseph i Ward and John Heydler, which, re- Residents .of! suited in the of Thomas J Canaaa asd. Newfoundland- are "elig- Lynch as president St. Louis Club Money Maker. It is the big return on investment that attracts men to baseball. It. is said the owner of the St. Lo.uis Na- tional team has cleared- this The mistake, if one was made, was [year. The Cabs of Chicago have earn, is not apparent. ible SOLD EVERYWHERE fa which ens b Probably on what par- one -.Suri'day Chic- ago. Those wisJ.i.SfcOD'1 .think would like to have tHat one of the first piajsrs might -participate -in after four placers no'kmger have any" the gate money. But the ;xelative strength the teams and the. disposition of .the. far more interesting 'than: any consid- ed for their owner, and rhe New York Nationals earned close tc New League in Chicago. It is definitely asserted that a new league will invade Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Pittsburg, perhaps Cleveland and one or two other cities which are in organized" baseball. II. is said that five, first-class men have been signed for these proposed teams, three being members of the Chicago Cubs. Konetchy, first baseman of'the moaton, 97 games, .340; 3b and otherwise in the new. league, Calgary, 97 games, .304; 1 if to a Tor.onto friend asking I Edmonton, 97 320-Vf'V whether this city is ripe for such a 97 team, whether grounds could be se-1 87 games ?282 fMl yorl ri n A n __K__J. is cured and a certain amount of ,capi- As a result an emissary of tbe new league will and look over the ground here. BOOSTING LACROSSE IN WESTERN CANADA Edmonton, Oct. the anadian national game, is due- for a oom in Edmonton. Joe Lallv of Corn- known player aiia "referie: Figured -out on the same basis, the best fielding team would be: P. f 3age Regina, 30 games, c., Sp football again next season. Western Football Prosperous. Western football coaches will have C -cole world's series. _and but it is I not -likely '-that Chance too much on him. The mainstay" will-ibc. either Brown or Reulbach. They have had the experience of playing in world's series games, and are noted for their coolness. Overall would be counted in on that, too, but- his arm is in such shape it is doubtful if he will get an opportunity to work, un- less his whip shows a great chango for the better before the series starts., Overall is a hard man to beat when in form. some unexpected privileges in han- dling rheir teams this fall as the result of the interpretations of the rules made, at a meeting of the "Big Eight." The football experts clarified the tatutes and in so doing avoided the more rigid features of the forward pass rules and the laws concerning tackling acd interference. The authorities treated the'rules ex- haustively, and cast their votes on the. I liberal side. The interpretations which will be used in the .western games, unless they are opposed by the- eastern members of the national rules committee, allow more varied passes and more old-style interference than some critics had believed possible un- Jack Pfiester will Ibe in condition before then and will be in fighting shape when called on for the series Pfiester will be good for one game at least, and possibly more. Like Brown. Reulbach and Overall, he has had the experience of facing high-class oppo- der the new rules. Boost Red Sox Fielder. grow righ up with it. "The reason why T am "wes't is 'to get the amateur teams develop amateur players, and in dnfe we win have the-game'on its feet' again. The Mann Cup represents the amateur lacrosse championship of the world and is an honor well worth try- ing for. Organizations are 'being form- ed all over" the west, of a purely ama- teur nature, and in the course of a' few years the competition -for the' Mann Cup should be exceedingly keen. amateurism is the keynote of the i revival and we wish no hidden pro- fessionalism to creep in." tfverywnere that Mr. Lally has visited in the west the idea has been most enthusiastically received. Bar- ney L'ollison and Dan McLeod of Cal- Vandine only 37 ----Zy vtitvt a, nmg 10 and losing "12. won 10 and lost 14. -Smith, of-Calgary, lea .ds.-.m- extra base hits. He had .seven doubles; ten triples and ,s of although in ten .doubles, 'three triples and five home., runs.'.' Pe te-'Morse add- ed to his other distinctitr QS by ed to. his other distinct ions "by carrjT- ing off the base .stealin. 'honors, with 75 purloined sacks. Sc! zaeffer. of Sas- katoon was next with 7i Bowery' Col- lins, our next best bet i n this line had 36 to '-his credit. ;ger, of Winni- peg, was the champio n sacrifice hit- ter, with Leader. AUTOS Springfield, 111., ocn fight has .been on r a various states between, tne automoti .lie racing inter- ests and the promoters and managers of horse racing 'broke: out herc .Satur- wi. I sary are at the head of the., movement dav when the hors< -men prevented in that city, while the coast cities. I Oldfield's ap pearance for his Vancouver and Nev.- Westminster, are! schecluled against speed rec- taking to r.he-idea like a duck to wa- ter. indeed, Vancouver had the bou-. AVhen Oldfield wa.s readv to start-' or of being- the first western city to i with his, 200" horseoower" Tn fj i. _" ___. i._ _. Mann the horsemen took f___v Umto Cup for professionals had j of the track. B. g. Hopkins 0 a lack of in' the ama- pntendent of speed, and in "of ins SpeaKer. the Red Sox centre ireur so the rpesticn arose of j tne track, notified' OidPeld' fielder. baseball fans stoutly organizing an lacrosse asso- I'er that he would not give up' maintain, is the best centre fielder in i Ciatlon- lne branches in th's differ- to automobiles Speaker is 2S years old. -weighs ISO pounds and is feet 11 inches tall. He ent provinces. At present there are j Horsemen declare ,-r for and that unlest _ _ _M icill llc nents in a worla's series, and has a voice like thunder, and his soft- unlimited pluck. That is one feature est words sound like a growl He Chance likes about a twirler. j large, powerful hands. Speaker lives in winter in Mubbard City, Texas. C L A. and the B.C.L-.A. a stop is -put to .exhibitions cup stay on the coast for a _ long time. The Royals arc'a derr-Jl combination, and at present! racing will suffer'seriously. Eastern Club Never Beaten i ripr.-.r7 a.t .eaten by I a in a series for the ma- weebs pe a feu touch them- However, the .-._ vvfcKa lllinnnsr. Jinrf tnon tut-nc? M.- I i i.v i [jor league baseball championship. There ha tllree sets or for the worlds championship between j bat. to the -cattle industry, much Eastern and Western clubs. The first was in 1SSS, wlien, the Giants, i managed by Jimmie Mutrie and cap- he bought T it will in Hubbard City, Texas, he says. e can do as automobile, the only car rained by Buck Ewjng. participated in 10 clashes with the St. Louis Browns, j Fans Bancuet Losers. led by Charley Comiskey. The New Newark, N. J., honored the Newark Yorks won this series, six games to i dub recently with a public dinner' four- Haussling and city and county In 1S90 the Brooklyn National leag- officials mingled with se hundred ----v iiutiUicu ue o'Mb-and the- Louisville American jfans wno Sphered to do honor to the assocjatjon team joclled UD in the who such a figh 01 Regina, win be important I i! n the N. L. U. race nest sea- son, and would be hard opponents for 'l the Roy-is, as both teams play the same ciass of game. i "Newsy Laiondc certainly did make good this year." said Mr. Lally. "I tiunk the former Cornwall, player is j wirhnm a doubt fnc best "inside" home! Counter man and lacrosse general in the today." world's scries, honors between.the two being even. The Superbas won three battles and so did "tho Colonels. The next battle between the east and west for garaerj Mr. LaUy will be in Edmonton fork fexv more days and hopes "before r'li I the Eastern league pennant- The-may-1 to '-ne Juvenile lacrosse or declared tliat. the team was the best! well started in this city of ever- and predicted that the WOUld fly ia baseball was presented'-to Man- cipai honors-wa.s. .in'.1006. with Bostons representing the American Club Great School, league and Piushurgs appearing; An impromptu roll call of the old for tbe National league. Boston won five games, -the Pirates taking "three, Clymer Good Manager. Bill Clymer, whose prospective agement of the New Cleveland team showed-'that no-less SPORTING BRIEFS Ad lightweight champion the world, will appear in Philadel- phia, October 15. He has been, signed up by Harry Edwards, manager of the club, to meet an opponent selected" by the matchmaker. as if the -t n, lyuivs a than 10 members of -it 'are -or 'have champ will battle with Owen been teams, and all mon- j since the Englishman won comakers, every one- jfrom Pal Moore the other r.ight. fre fielder -of} Tommy the Quaker City ban 'ft. A. C. Messer Proprietor 'I Successor to C. L UpicD Easement Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in Connection ;