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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta n Phonographs s sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge and 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 Comb. The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE ?032 41t HOUND 12j GREAT FALLS WANTS INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE C. J. Eckstorm Prospecting Over Line on Way to World's Series Broaches Question of New Baseball League .Composed of Alberta and Montana Cities Great -Palls, Oct to be satisfied, with exoenses imbued the idea that an inter- ning- high, and a sood acconnr .national league composed of Montana I necessary to defray all" bills sen? land Western Canadian cities, would {mem has to be divorced from be a big winner, C. J. Eckstorm, pre- siaent of the Western Canada League HAS HAD ITS DAY IN AMERICA One of a pessimistic turn -could eas- ly figure it out for himself that the toxing- game in America is taking the :ount, and will eventually be number- with professional rowing and six- lay. walking among the things that rere. j The Heno fiasco and its result was i hard blow to it, and the effects are >nly just now beginning to be felt. Had die "white man's hope" gone last year, arrived in Great Falls Sat urday night and at once made himseli known at the Home Plate cigar store. Within a snort time Manager Har- grove and a number of members of the 1910 team were in consultation him, and before he left it was the understanding that a meet- ing should be called some time this 'to make the necessary ar- nowadays when it comes to forming a league. It is believed, however, thn the international league would be a" win- ner, not alone because of the rivalry which would naturally exist between the vanons teams, but also because of the rivalry which would exist be- tween the tow countries as to which should carry away the pennant hon- ors. of tie kind is a ?reat asset in any leasne. It CUBS ARE NOT AFRAID OF ATHLETIC PITCHERS ALL PROBABILITY Won in American and Not Likely to be Beaten in National iterest in the coming world's W- jPionship baseball series is going to be Cleveland. Ohio, Oct. n.-By is evidenced by i of in Philadelphia. These _ j. xiLiOLO CUiU. O' Merchants all Look Alike to Chicago Team Wide-spread Interest in World's Series Evinced Great Demand for Seats Chicago, ill., Oct ll.-That the the country's greatest m coming world's cham-ier and developer of When he sees a photograph om- and Great Falls, together with Calgary and "Edmonton, would support such a league, and. sven after making an attempt to end Mrnself from inevitable defeat, he fall -would have been broken, but he showing he made, after all the exc- itement that -was made over him. saiised a feeling of deep disgixst, which .T-QWS deeper as. the days wear on. Johnson is right says tie test championship battle will" take i it is to be hoped tc; lactory arrangement wi: slayers on edge ;t some satis- 1 be made so erican league. According to the unof- ncial figures, Lajoie's record-is .3S6S, ery corner of the dentally there have been several re- -3834. These figures are jesting world's quests for reservations from Europe. That it will be one of the most inter nearly fifty points ahead of any Na- tional league player, so Lajoie is the probable winner of the Chal- mers-Detroit automobile, ottered by that company to the leading batsman of the two major leagues. -mere Ms prove a slatt le, Sue in Montana, and this, too, would be satisfactory instead of the national league if it was considered anywhere near as good a proposition financially. The ghost has-to walk on pay tickets have to be bills have added no one has more of a tendency to place TEAM "PRO1' LEAGUE Hockey Re-organization in ready Under Way ast A I- series ever played 13 acknowledged on every side. The contesting teams have won their hon- ors in both the American and Nation- al leagues in the most pronounced manner, and the two greatest baseball organizations extant from the stand- point of combination play win battle for the high baseball honors. Connie Mack, manager of the Ath- letics, while hopeful of success, thor- oughly realizes that he has any of his stock for the sim Ie reason that he fears the jinks. Cole a Second Rusje It is the opinion of the majority'of baseball experts in this portion of the country, that Old King Cole, the'uav City barber, will figare Very Series' ones Automobile owners are informed that a Plant for the repairing of all of and Tubes installed by the Central Cycle 'and. Repair Works, 33la Eighth Avenuo, east, Calgary Wtherto met in having tines aad tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by introduction of a thorough up-to-date plant. Specimens of work on application. Work au Central Cycle and Repair Works ssi A Eighth Avenue East, Calgary. J. BARNES, Prop BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL- 7 ir i 16 Daughter, Gulp, Girard and Moran- 9 rrmo v-jt U'U.j :viarquard and Wilson. Second uie elongated one's first season in fast! same- company, and throughout .the reaay under Way tuat ne nas a giant wonderfully well. .Montreal, Oct. will be aitask upon his hacds to Defeat the Cubs too great success ix-team professional ir, He refuses at this early date TO but .-r.har. win than a Here President Eckstorm to Chicago, where he will six-team professional hockey league" in this part of the country this year, if things go well. The plans matured thus far call for a combination of the pitching the great is a right hander a world of speed and a delivery that reminds one of the famous Rusie JJe has an excellent break ball that jumps a foot or more, and besides ut- ilizing his wonderful speed, has a cracking curve ball that he controls hasn't had any 10 2 At Chicago- t. Louis jm and Bliss; Ruelbach, Richie The better class of American pugil- sits are looking thither for purses and mcouragement and Hugh irclntosh, -ie-foremost Australian promoter, is' iqw in this country recruiting them. There is nothing- for them here, but a "far between limited round played in the Quaker city. Ottawas, the He-Was Plucked Fn Exams and That Bars' the'Cap- tain Toronto, Oct. is'.'conster-' Powerful Factor Football York, Oct in Game of Camp Club Canadien. the Que- s rom -these shores. A match has Ueen made between 'ighting. Dick Hyland and Dan Savage j F UUJ.g to all reports Hugh G-all, captain and star 'half-back "of -the Varsitj team, will not be able to play team this year. it isn't that Hugh has is of the opinion that still a powerful factor in the make-up of' a winning football team; notwithstand- ing the fact that lie new-rules provide Wednesday night. Fol- owers-of both men expect them to put ip a stiff fight Harry Lewis expects to safl for France about October 20. When he in France and England recently ie beat all the -men he met. inxiocus to meet __ .ore ie sails, and is willing to He is be- never felt f better in his life, and felt confident that he would once more help Varsity win the Inter-Collegiate championship" But something has gone astray. Hugh won't don the well-worn suit "It is true that there is'more chance for a light, fast man to make, an elev- en under the revised code than former- explained Mr. Camp, "but Weisht will still be a powerful factor in the ?ijie' tte HgM back wm -be handicap, in smashing in- There seems to be a feeling among great number of men in the Shamrock, association that they should try another, flutter in the pro- fessional ranks, while it is understood that a syndicate is prepared in Que- bec to back a team there to the limit. The Wanderer team, or at least the most important portion of it, will be prepared tojplay in tire Arena. The Cobalt and Haiiebury teams win be counted out of any further combin- "Hi' it is at this early date to indi- cate whom he will pitch in the world's series or in what twirlers he has the most faith. That he has a grand staff in Coombs, Plank, Bender, Morgan, Dygert, Krause, and Adkins goes with out saying, but the Cubs tomed to all kinds of pitching, and dur ing this season have "raised Cain." so to speak, .with right and left banders alike. With them it has been a propo- sition of kinds of pitchers to the winds when the spirit iaov ed them. Spit ball artists, and twirl- but .that will cdme with more experi- ence. In addition to his ability on the bill he has experienced a Wn of good luck this season that has been surpris- Jn all he has pitched twenty- five games an6 he has only lost four of them. That fact alone is .evidence Australian Fight Promoter Travelt Miles in Eighteen Months Hugh D. popular Aus- amusement promoter, durin BOX UNDER POLICE EYE ang under police' supervision in -tittsburg has been successful.- The game will thrive there' this comins year -examination and, cording to the rules, that will keep this season. ing under a _ to a defence of heavy forwards. "Weight is still a potential factor in rt- T-------- Uiii auiL is still a potential factor in this season, ior he has been plucked in the make-up of a winnin- eleven his fourth year examination and, ac- those who contend winter and probablv rules than ever. The idea to tvith the brilliant fade-away like Christy Mathewson have been just "as easy for them as the speed merchants. .Going to.be a Tough Fight Chance is almost certain to depend upon hitting out a victory. Connie Mack, while he won't admit it, is banking all ;his hopes upon the- efficiency of his pitching staff. "There is absolutely no use for me :o plan any system of offence or de promoter. of his greatness, and the powers Past eighteen months has travelt hind the .throne of the National league N miles, which near T the the resr.nfi of TTrori T__ lirst, which he fin the rescue of Fred Clarke's bunch of Pirates. But is one iT-u.j.VrfU jjc xm ally, landed for Australia, and it was. traversed fence in world's series at cmVfaT.1 v- series at stricter Connie Mack- great pitching __ -cai. Brown, the old stand-by, whTnev. he cloSed- the remarkable 'j _ both be of these woned to Reno ready over ,from 'the Ohaace-iv7t7em- CS? portunity.- Thfm and W and later losh brought a party' antipodes, including 'new rules sense rule, 'because it avoids 'serious accidents, which always serve .as texts lor attacks on a sport that is alr right in their Virginia _ do about it. of. the series will .have clear title as the best baseball team m the world. If my boys are beaten and ia their Hewitt. CY YOUNG ASPIRES 10 DOUBLE RECORD Veteran Pitcher Who Has Twirled 500 League Games Wants to Make It 1000 Can Cy Young pitch 1000 games.in emu big league career? This is the toughest worlds series very played." j Question sir.ce Cy has won his _ Comne Mack is not egotistical. He hundredth game, and bids fair to con- isn t presumptions. He honestly beT tfnue winning as frequently as do the I will not make a single complaint I f am not going to make any rash dictions that we will win easily. We won't If we win we will know that we have been in one of the, tightest and Reteree. Since the big fight Mr Mc- Ititosh-has travelled to New York back to Chicago, back to New York' over.to England and back, and then from New York to Vancouver, B 'C to close the Burns-Langford fight' for London, Before he gets back to his native land he will journev to Ene land, then back to-the States', and then to Australia. lieves that he has a crackerjack out fu, and one due only to his untiring energy and baseball astuteness. That he is the governing spirit is obvious and his magnetism and power rule ev ery move made by his men oc the ng field. In developing a champion ship team Connie Mack has dominat ed every department of the play. In other words, when the Athletics are m action, each and every member of the "squad is playing Connie game, working out' a Connie Mack combination. Athletics' Third Victory This is the third championship that the Athletics have won in the Ameri- can league, and their victory this year has been due to the superb combina- tion rather than any evidences of in- dividualism on the part of any player. There are evidences of grpptness all through the make-up of the American league champions, and one can't get away from the idea that the chief fea- i ture that caused the success of the out erican League. ood pitchers in the Am- In his 22 years Cy has pitched SCO' ames, or about, that number.' TO pitch 1000, to use round figures Cy must work in 200 more contests. Give him an average of 50 games a season which the old boy can stand, and stand well, and it will take four to finish the mark. When one says four years' more work for Cy, hammers come out and the -chorus arises "He can't do it." and MISSED NO GAMES Young Second Sacker in Every Game for Two the work of Mack from the fit was bench. Where the Cubs stick out as an out- it of idividual stars, the Athletics corn up as a hunch of collective Qual- ity. For this reason a1 comparison of the teams, player for player, is lutely out of place, although the com- bination work of the stars on the Cub line-up comes very near to perfection from a baseball standpoint. Frank Chance is superstitious. He is a man who believes that a jinks is possible. He has refused all along to allow a group picture to be taken of the team. He doesn't mind the indi- vidual snapshots that camera fiends the country 'over may make, but none of that group picture business in his. j "It was in July last that I first re-' every time they yell, "Cy can't come he blooms into fame, shutting out a team a hit or a run. Once he did not .allow the Athletics to toe the canvas which holds the sand at first bass. With his habits Cy may be able if squeeze through more ;ames. He has Jived a clean life and his big, husky frame is quite right o stand the strain. By the time Cy has pitched 1000 games, if he can average 25 games a season, he will have performed a feat unequalled in the annals of baseball. LEAGUE STARS IN AUTO RACE Tyrus Raymond Cobb. of .Royston, Eddie Collins is just a sample of the- men that go to make up "the Ameri- can league pennant -winners. He has started every game played- by letics during the last two seasons. When the 190S race had been decid- ed Manager Mack suggested that he take a rest, as he had a youngster ho wanted to look over at second base. Eddie told Connie that he wanted to play in every game'of the season, but. said he would concede a point by play ing four or five innings, and then giv- ing way to the kid. Connie laughed good-naturedly and consented to Col- lins' program. ulAiJ iaai, j. re-) use cars selected from the array fused to allow a group, picture of the (will-be on hand for the fall'races team to be madP" rfpr-laroH Ga., and Xspoleon Rucker, of Crab- Ga., will meet this fall on the Atlanta Automobile association's speedway in a match race for the speedway championship of the leagues. Cobb is batting bravely now for pos- session of the Chalmers automobile, offered forvthe big league's best bat-; ter this year, and stands a fair show of winning it. If he does he may drive that machine against Rucker's own car, a speedy Buick. If the men do not drive their own machines, they will use cars selected from array that Lunch team to be declared Chance. "I thought then, in fact, was reasonab- ly certain that we would win the Na- tional league pennant, and I said to myself, "no more group pictures ,until the world's championship has been and there won't be." That, you knoV, is just like Sam i Cobb has long been an- automobilist of the most pronounced type, and Rucker is a driver of several years' standing. It has not been decided in just what sort of a race the famous crack- er ballplayers will meet, but it probably be in a ton-mile affair. Cigars and Tobacco A. C Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop In Connection ;