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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta October Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Brooklyn ___ 000 000 001 10 0 New York 100 000 000 5 2 Erwln; .Maxwell and Wilson and Hartley. For Championship of Ohio Olei aland 000 000 6 0 Cincinnati 200 Oil OO.v-4 9 Blending. Fnlkcnburg Vanrl O'-.Neill; j Suggs'and Clarke. All Stars 200 000 3 S PhiindelpMa 010 oio 10 4 Johnson and Street: Coombs, I'iimk, Iteud'jr and Lapp and Thomas. "STUFFY" MCINNiS PLAYER 1NJHE SERIES Macks First Backer will Hold Down Position in Next Weeks Battle While Under Voting A Batting and Fielding Wonder Standing of Clubs Today To havo played nearly 200 sanies of major league batvball. nnd to have become n regular on a world's cham- pionship club before he- had att.ilneti tile voti-n'j: nse of 21 wars, is the s.v- ceptional record of Jack MYERS HAS EDGE ON ATHLETICS of third among the league hitters. Mel-iini'3. sr.. who conducts n jenor-' ai store at filoncester. wanted Mi-con i-ontimu- his rdtn-ulion, but .lack's playing luul attracted the nttenilon Back of the but the Giant leader Giants Backstop Depart- ment Much Stronger Than Macks NATIONAL Won Jxev.- York Chicago Pittsburg Philadelphia St. Lonls Cincinnati Brooklyn Hoston ics. Melnnis attained September IP last, and will go into the world's series against the -N'ew Vorwk Giants, barring accidents, as of the youthful phenomenon of baseball. Ami this young man who has dis- Lost P. C. i placed Captain ilarry Davis nt '.he initial by his skill and hitting en-tiro Imrcl Record of all Live Events bf Interest to Western Can- ada Readers "PUG" NUNZIE HAS WIDE FAME As an at one Time Ball Player Here Local funs will remember Nunzie, the owl-visagt'd .person held offer most of for the leant money 9 A Special Process of Pro- paraiion guaiaiitees, Edch's 5 'Toilet Papers free from mjiii Ijoiis clieinicals of any kind "If you're sure it's JSddr'i, jou ri> sure it's down the right garden position in tho has decided to throw the of rhe Philadelphia Athlet- llnve any more time for education at-; work jiiion Chief Meyers, ...tlnues, of tbe Fiiiuiunpnu opportunity hittlnK Indian. Mack will use Thorn-> 1.807 Letlibrldge learn, when Jack Mor- 'to -o south with the Athletics In the as nnd either Livingstone or Lapp. rison was nt the Helm. Nunzie was his majorns on 'of mls This is another department ill somewhat of a light In the pus world, culty ill the matter of transfer from wluYIi the PhilndelpMn nnichilie is liaverbill. tor he had sifmed no cou-iwell matched. Myers lias a better 'arm than any member of Jlack's a scrapper.1 which forms the trio, and tirem all. lie is OFFICIAL PROGRAMME OF I FIFTH OLYMPIC GAMES tract nr.d was a five agent, llclnm's is only 5 S Indies (somew and staged a couple of bouts here in the city. lie had all .the earmarks wni begin 0.1 basis i Thai latest post from Sweden to hand from -Mr. Kr'lstluii' Heljutroiiv, the secretary of the Olympic Gambs of Stociiholm, Sweden, 191Z, the definite ing. x-( The athletics wll .take place" .In can outbit [of Mie very lucid account of Nnuzie's So 7St 74 70 6- 44 heard of champion .415 107 .HOI ability, is playing his third season .5-10'with the Athletics, although nniil .5JO -ibis year has he been able to sain a .500 regular place on a citib which -com- .461 i blues .young blood and experience with that nicety and balance which results in baseball pennants. Mclnnis as a baseball player, is a development of Connie 3Iack. who took tho player when he was on'y IS years old, gave him a little more each tfonson, and realized that ral hitting ability would soon I make Mclnnis more than a valuable I utility infielder cm tbe pay roll of tho White Elephants. When j whom it was generally supposed was Vancouver and St. KittS being'groomed for five shoes of Field] Captain Davis, was fr> Arrpnd Dlvmnic I minors during the season, m to Attend uiympic othw wonuered would come the player to fill the sttion at first, for Captain Davis was looking forward "to a well earned lieteht, anil off the rich! docs not look IK heavv as his weiglit of 155 pounds, iieck-amHieck race for the bat- in moo" Jic looked even.mare., like premiership of the National Ted the boy manner, Imy, but Mack 1 tkcd the way carried himself on the ffcld, and In "jiclnuis McGraw regards him as brought out Battling Nelson a few [of the best hitters he has ever had. j eventful years ago. "and 1 have heard survived the usual sprin; I our process. l? games hitting nuu'k of .-'SO. weeding teams have men able to steal LACROSSE TEAMS FOR SWEEDENjEL Jlchinis took parl in him with any continued success, his first, season, with a i "t is difficult to forecast now just But his style w-hieh of hie ibrc'd catchers Mack will and his action, more than his aver- i use most, hut the athlete chosen will age, presaged better things. season Mclnnis had more op- portunities through injuries ?r.d sbiitp in tbe club, and got into I have a series of Dlisy afternoons stopping the Giant attack .upon the bases. The New York liuc-up has set sail wo -Canadian Games sanies freqiientlv acting as a pinch j tor the world's reco.nl in stolen lias- hitter. His batting average climbed es tor a year, and has run amuck up- to 301. and he had become a factor which, even on that club of sluggers, oonld not much 'jd. Mclnnis lias on such ra-nking catchers as Klitlg, Dooin, Bresnahan, Gibson, and even longer be overlook- -Archer a--: times, played practically i Mack's Mtchera stopped the Cubs St. Catherines. Ont.. Oct. Timmons, secretary Athletic La- crosse Kub, has received n letter vest invit- go to tlw released to the I nany fans !ls "ot all -'A this year, and is around the .3l'5 mark, clean-up hitter, but is n good man in a pinch his age and experience his last fall, but Chance bud. no such He ito work with as Devore. Merkle. Snod- reli-! grass, Murray. Doyle and Hm-zog can ninuy sportsmen say that there never was anyone who could eat like You- souf, the great Turkish weitler. That man had the capacity that was ap- parently unlimited and I have myself seen him consume three whole chick- ens and a bushel of potatoes. "For an aniatonr, however, who could eat bravely and unflinchingly under any circumstances and against nny competition, I never saw the equal to Young Xunzle, a lightweight who had some little'prominence. in the Northwest some yeare ago. This Nunzie was homelier in the face than furnish McGraw. In the battery department the considered. Jlclnnis is one of tire me-jt Giants have the shade beyond a doubt, from nran now ing the Athletics in the to Olympic games In Sweden next yearj.il position tirement. When Shortstop Barry was incap- acitated, Mclnnis jumped into the i lob. and with his fielding at his natur- j promising men in baseball, for ialn-iy he should improve with cer- and this a sllort the ies is the most. ..important of p.nd his timely clouting breach in ttve ranks j many years that are before him as a j performer in the major leagues. That has been able to fill the bill at first many major ieague man game. TECUMSEHS OFF TO THE..EFFETE EAST Vancouver, Octjy Tecimi- .-ind to tour Europe. Two Can- j prevented any breach In tire ranks at Deposition, is either I this ,T6ronto.' adian amateur lacrosse teams are tojof the champion which might jirove of ,oresignt) wMch. (They have called off the proposed {match at Si. Paul loohlng ,OI. ,lrsl.claBS b- taken the being th-e j fatal to penna-at .chanceE. otter team. It looks vs if the recovery came Mclnnis Catherines team were wure io go. Games are scheduled at Stockholm for .Tiiiv -2 :iJid Tli-3 team will leave Canada on May "7 and be gone for four months, during which time ..-.i. n ith liar- oppor- tunity at first base. He was not fam- iliar with the position, as familiarity with a position is known in these days of strenuous pastlming. Hi-3 Pirst work was not-letter perfect, b.ut Mc; they frill visit tto principal cities on Innes had able tutors in Manager the continent and Great Britain and' Hack and Captain Moreover. he possesE-ad baseball instinct. Instinct and ability earned him the place. Mclunis was born in Gloucester, Mass., of Iri-3h parentage, September ever von wish to call it. J" e.ither Matty Mathews or Charlie Burns, and a very tolerable scrapper. He would doubtless have achieved some fame in the upper circles but for an unfortunate .episode which landed him in the penitentiary for a few, years. 'When be came out he be- came a professional ball player and is now a shortstop of excellent repute and as decent and honorable a citizen anyone could wish to se.e "We were speaking, .-however, of. '.Mr. Nunzie's appetite. The occasion on which I saw it turned loose in all its glory was at Milwaukee and tho i 6i extend to Moil- dnyj-july 15. TXg Indivdna'l events will'be: 100 flnt, 200 metres flnt, 400 metres metree flat, metres flat, Hat, metres flat, race (stout 35 110 nietrieb hurdles, 10.000 me-rree walk, running Mgh Jiunp, mnning broad broad Jump, pole jump, and jump, throwing the Jav- the hand) throw-ing the javelin (held in the mid- dle, right or left hand) throwing the discus (best' hund) throwing the diB- CIM (right and' left hind) putting the weight (bcs.t hand) putting the weight .right unit left hand) throwing the hammer. Pentathlon comprising: Running broad jump, throwing the javelin, (beet hand) 200 metres flat, throwing the discus (best hand) 1500 nj-'-tres July 7th. Oecathlqn comprising 100 metres flat .running: broad jump, putting the weight (best running-high jump 400 metres 14; 110'metres nirdles, throwing the (best land) pole jump, throwing the javelin best 5. The team competitions include 400 netres relay race (teams of each .6 run 100 metres) metres-relay (teaica of four, each to run 400 metres) metres, team face (five Ire'land. PASS PUG OUT AFTER WELTER- WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP New Michel, Oct. 9. Edkor, Daily Herald: Dear you kindly insert 19, ISflO. There he attended tha local high school for three years, play- ing shortstop and acting as captain of the nine. H-3 has four brothers. the following in your valuable paper: jlw'o older and two youusar, all of "I, Charles Carver, am willing to whom are baseball players. One ot meet any man in Canada in tire the younger brotbera now is a pitch- terweight clas-j. I have inserted this challenge In both western and east- ern papers, and so far have failed to get any replies. Failing to get" nny replies to tbe above I shall lay claim to the welterweight championship of Canada." Yours truly, CHARLES CARVER. er for tbe high school n'ine. Mclnnis played on town anil semi-profession- al clubs, b.ut first entered the profes- tAKEN FfiOM AEROPLANE slonal ranks for part of the season of 150S with the Haverbill club, -which i .finished tlrird .In" the New England! league pennant race that year. He j played in over fifty games, with a batting average of .3ul, and a ranking j A RE Fit-Reform bttter thin ever, t Suits Most assuredly they arc. Better values, to begin with, it evsry price from to Better tailoring, with another ycir'i experience to guide us. As to styles, you must sec them for yourself. We can only say they are tlie latest iiid KTC ibivktely correct. McKELVIE McGUIRE, ,nrf SS1, ild s Ib bad the pleiMlii f ii< iif. i I he phi on mil tit n Ii I milk i' while fljlnt, nlth I lenteni it Ml llnf, I loial i utiKly of the nlitnrn fhti the an Idea g( v Dnrl. Klaft photographer tnr a Ncw.l'orH evening neirspuper to ibe west of Nnssi-.ii noiilernnl, Long Island. A curefiil use tho iihotoiTAIihcr could be In case or nor hand) metre.s run, three to count) Loams of eigbt. tug-or-war, Combined, team comi'.r petition: ;Cross country race, metres, start and finish in tho Standium, maximum. number of corn.." (rom each '-nation 12. iial prizes' and team will awarded., in the 'team tlie respective ulacw of tie first thred; moil from each side will mdded to-.. jetber. and the ten in having tlie number of points dared a winner. the .ereiit if i. tie, tbe total tiicdtalton by the three ot each team dedde. The cycling will be confined to r.j' race round Lnko .mllei) will' take place 'jBrjJBinMiy.. V-- Thit is ;in IndlvMuW; partly teain yitelj.' intlo'n Jormin( 6 tion football (June 39 to fym- naBtici 6 to July 15) horse rtdlnr. competition (July 18 to July 17) tennis (May 6 to May 12) Modern Pen-' swimming, 301) metres, tree fenoinK, cross country race competitors .utartlng'i iingly at .Inter- vals o( one-minute, start and flnWrlr., the BUndlum, rowing .July 7 to July 11) rowing July 18 to July 19) shoot- ing (June 29 to-.July 6) ewlmmlng, (July 6 to July 15) wrertling (July I. to-July 18) yacht rtclng we to be included In the program. The dimensions of the track are: Running track, length .of lap. 88." metres; breadth of finishing straight 10 1-2 breadth opposite'iidi. 7 1-2 metres; shortest rtdiiW 18 met--, res; maximu.nl slope, 0.30 Arena, '67 1-2 by 148. metres! Football ground, fi5 by 104 metres place was the Republican House, whare'. they formerly Quartered many ighters. -I had brought Nunzle up WILTONVX WINS CZAREWITCH New Market, Bug., Oct. Czarowitch, the greatest long dls- tance handicap of thvj year, valued ahout 1025 poundo. run over miles and a quarter, was won today by the. top .C. B. WHtonyi, a by Wm. The Third. 'Ixird Cadogan's -throe.' filly Martinirala IU T itont 4 tbs.. .20 to 1, wai and W M G Singer'i Papas ero, 7 atone 1bs.. S to 1, was third. The winner was trained by Sam Darting Six teen horses started. market. Bng, Oct Fairies Lemberg had a walkoier in the Championship ot :o wos to bfll semi- wlndup in that evening's 8t 6 o'clock I 'escorted him the dining room. Having two other men o look after, T went out to find gnd slmpli directed Nunrie to to eat a IgJlt enough to strengthen him and not overload Interior 'Ai soon as I had gone. Mr. Nun- '.le sailed upon the bill of :ong one, and of eicellent quality, Then, signalling a waitress he la j boriouslj made out an order that gun Tilth the initial article upon the i fc ronnec menu and continued down to the ulti crarwllch, to be rat- mate dessert He ordered Uo soup. I evidence today tuo kinds of fish three entrees all Lhe side dishes that co.ild be dlscoi- ered roast beef roast poik boiled mutton coffee tea and chocolate, pie, cake pudding Ice cream orie, inmemberl and Itoqnefoih. The wait- ress stood" round in grave, respectful awe nhile Mr Nunzie com-Juraed- this monumental 8 and it van with difficulty that tbej wer. dispersed to perform their at the tables tj FMt Having finished everything in CL4SS Mr Nunjie sighsd rubbed his vest, nnd departed! A-s he m'ent out, T tame in and v as just in time to see hta broad back vanishing in the hallway. Thinklnk nothing of this I down and. was engrossed with my soup when someone pulled up a chair al my table by the at the other end of the long dining room from' the one -where .Nunzie been sitting I looked np and beheld the amiable visage of Mr. Nunzie. [Sfty hov, I exclaimed, I thought you had had jour supper' "'I did1 but 1 just got that a ;iiy 'could; go out one doo'r, wall! ronnd'the hotel come in at the other end of tne dining room and atirt ail over. -And, honest, the eats WM so good 1 Just -had to do it 'all over again.' 'And-, he-did. _I wan too daned To stop him and -Jul'l sat there gaaplnf while'Mr. NlinTiio .started the bin of fare at the. beginning for second time. llMit-nighl, worked Ihls way through It from one end to the other, It dMn't seem to pliaM him tithcr, for two hours later he went Into the ring and fought one of the Btnrdlest battlei of his whole career. He wsrt't a champion ex- hla as in never CABIN _SBHVICB LAROMT, PINMT m CANADIAN TRAOC 8 8 TKUTOMtl S S CANADA The Largest and FwtMt Steamin Carrjlnx orly oae daaa UU atl paaaemsora Tbe. beat" it nwdento rattn UnsurpaMed on all ttttm en. RCCULAH WEEKLY Migantic Nov ]i Teutonic Oct tl, Layrtntie Oet- M, Noj t! CANADA! HHOANTIC- TEUfpwic Dec J Doc 14 Reserratlons of claaiec now early LINE Bailings from Boston', New York n.ntl Philadelphia to Qtieenstown, Liver- pool. Plymouth, London, porer and Ant- werp. ar.d Flnaat in tht World OLYMPIC W. M. McLEOO, C. W. P. A. M3 Main St.. WINNIMO. SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKtTt On tale Nov.. 10 to via. Mont- Porting, Halldx, Boiton. to return within 5 LOCAL AOINTS MHthill, C P M -H Macttth, O.N.M, ;