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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD Friday; October R'ecord of all Live Events, of Interest i, to Western Can- Readers BIG LEAGUE MANAGERS UNCERTAIN OF JOBS Only Hughie Jennings [and Connie Mock Have Jobs Changes May be Stated for Promotion'... MISS MOISANT IS WINNER OF TROPHY FOR HIGH ALTITUDE FLIGHT York, Oct. the pon- nnpt issue-j in bolli major leagues elded iienu! venture, It bchooyes .one to a and siwculatc on; next season. Ttjis yarn deals with tlia managerial outlook .for The. are- about ready, to make an i Announcement relating to the rc-'Ceu- tio-i or deposition of their- manager for they have had a season t iinvi what success has been acquire by their leaders. Jn tiia whei-j the manager has proved a ful uro, the iiiuguatu is in a t tell jiist filiout who should tjip incumbent mnmiytfr. Tl.-_- doubl fii! managers of some teams iii th two major leagues should, form an in teresting winter guessing contest. 'ni American league there an only" two' managers who .are reason ably eef'tilin of .retaininir their posts They are Hngk-ey. and Con nie Mock, shrewd imuiayers ol Detroit and Philadelphia teams, rrsiieatively; tlie '.bail tectJ- cliin of the woi'd's champions, has io retire from the game within a year or two. It, is said that if the Aililat.cs win .ilia 1911 sen-as, Mack vfi'i'l s-.ej) down frcjm the pedes- tal nt ewl of this Benson. But U -ia hardly likely that Cornelius will f which team he is no'.v iialf oivner. George Mcnride (lias been j mentioned to sutcoed JtcAleef. Duffr win probably lose his position j as-manager of the White Sox, to be! -spiaced by Harry.Lord or James Cal, j ahaii. Duffy has been .away'from the] earn frequently thi-s year on scout j Inty, and- this gives HE'O to the r.u- nor that the present season will be last as a general 'of the Chicago American league forces. .l.t'is a certainty-thai. Patsy Dono- jo.se his job with the Red "o.v. flis probab'.y successor has not era named as yet. Roderick I may or may not be retained.as ie Bixhvris' director in chief. It all epeuds on how- Owner Robert Hed- t'eeis at the turie he make hi-, election. .Hsdgos thinks Wallace is good but whether 'dr not e will hold on to him is not It looks as if.only two managers in he .National League will'ire sent to e guiKbtine'titter this season. The Cowboy and Indian Frontier Colonel ;iWorld's Champion in a i Ml jfM v ii if ciiiin f 'i- -Hyor Harness. TheAViid-lliki'sc. Ka Wild; i'i' I PVl_ors Women aviators, Blrdslljas they have-become Uuown, are lending attractiveness to.the big Inter- national aviation meet at N'assau'Bqulevjjrd, L. I. They are -Miss Harriet .Qulmby, Miss Xfatilde Moisant nnd Mile, Helenc Dutrleu, ihu latter the famous Kreucli woman aviator. Miss ilpisiiul won'-the r.odmac Wauarnnker trophy for the biKhest'altitude-reached by women Jilss jtoisant cliinlred to an altitude of about feet is ng the spectators how tjfl o he could UJ to one of the pilous in making a turu. may seen by a glance at the above, photograph. r n_ w Tom' How he succeeded turrent sea- term of years, when th sca is over. There are a couple of other gers In th-a America' hold'oil to' their po longer. How long they to'1 the honorable task depends entirely upon tlvair success at the outset of next season. Th'j two who may be given another chance to prove 'their a-t'ility are George Stovalt and Hal Cb'ase. Tt .would indeed be an unpleasant thing for S to vail to .step 'hack into the rank and til's of player next sea- Bqn after shxnv'in.g such good work as a jnanager. ,-IIaI Chase deserves another cha-uce. Although he did noi place the Van- tees as high, as they finished lasj. season; th-a circumstances must be given consideration. Chase has bt'an unfortunate to have a crippled depart- ment throughout the season. One w-3e4t it, would he the out flu Id that was d'isarranged, the --next the infield would be out of gear, the following fortnight the pitching staff would not be in working order, and then the back-stopping -stuff wo.nld fall l-ebiud In Us work. The Yankees have been victims of Fate all through the cam- paign.. They have had every one of ihejr stars on the hospital list and at a time the star's services would U is intimated by those who pro- arS-Fred'Tenney and Clark C.ritfkha, HISTORY OF WORlttSEWES FOR 7 YEARS -----------------------------------------T' One day more; and they'll ba nt vi.tiinuo, ;if hammer tongs. Every seat fo, respective leaders of'the Boston anil i the big scrips is sold in Quakerviile Cincinnati teams.. Five others have j In Gotham tile whole city is unii-i uui.ui- jobs if they nish ojvtnlhing ..mid just anaitmg an league who 'may I I'.P.U onto ihem: The others will pio I to see fighting- "llussiy Dsitions for a while j kahly another trial, 'up on Connie his and Johnny Klfmt ch incog ire all figuied donn to said-'io for job The 'chances favor tha 'former Cub catcher. If John GttriiBl' fails to land the 'Yankees he may try to Soire made, 'giving the O'i irats aTits ire being _. _ shade the benefit, T to G being.aoout tlie usual u ith the allot t end on thp -uh back in Cincinnati. is the opener on Polo rumor will stick, 'those "i "rounds on Saturday, tlie Gfants are mentioned .for' the job are. Tinker Knabe, Evers and Huggins. Bill Dahlen appears to be good en oush for Charles Hercules Bbbet At least; Bbbets has said as much I and that means that "Wild William J have'another chance to make gqpd. Dahton's fine work the pas 17 to favorites if Siaity .pitches I freak "-bets are lieing made, lone bunch of old piajers taking i-aiuit Jo 000 m n chance the McCrTvutas will four straight Ii be a warm series so in fact, that the .Dagoes .and. Turks may as well call off .their little small-siz- 'ed jamboiee nhil> the real fun img on -is It be impossjbie to give com- plete tignres of the both teams ignt o, nipntli has led Ebbets to beliie thi Dahle-n 'is and Charles tbmKs Dtthlen can give Brooklyn a pennant contender next season. 'John _____ __ the stick as lotlg as his little hearjj desires. McGraw has a 1 cam long-term .contract. Roger Dresna- han has signed apfive-year contract as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals who. were the early season sensation. Charlie Dooiii-will.direct the plaj j c'ijnts tffairs-of the Phillies for three Prank Chance is a fixture New York Philadelphia PieM Loid dldring- c f r f tjoombs p p fenk, p .Records of pitchesrs .Pitcheis Crandali N Bender, Ath. jnombs. Ath Wank, Ath. MCJ! tti1 the Veterans Think Connie Alack N-itnralK if f had wauid prefer to have, Aortas d choice r tho onenlng piajed m "hilalelpnn rath than at the Polo .Urounda. in. New York. S'i'ili, I can- not say that I am disappointed In our failure to vvi-n the Alj rea son for thra is the fact that In lilOi our first game with Ih.. Giants took Place1 on tlie Athletics di imond and the Giants heat us four to one in the sei Perhaps, therefore, the-loss of the toss is a good omen for us Tho decmioji not lo the "ante until 11 pleases me i It give us just the time I IJgura) it i >guires to put tie Uhletics on edge for big games" Vs .0 the piooible unntr of the series don't care to muke any prediction. We are going into th'e game with on- ly one is to .win the series A BIGTWpR C. J. lias passed up tltw woriU's basebiilf championship series, ul the sj aperman express Ml vnirprise that he.should Mr. that lie hid T bettei niul mo e inuiortaut btsc j ball matter In view a lid he could not take in both when ii.ey are only a apr-i-t. On Nov. 15 the Nation ilr.Uaseball Commissionanaets at San and'it is going to be some meeting, Tlievpresidont of each league, hi. oiiseball will be prdsent %s Mi I ek tonn is pre of fhe Canada lea gue. 'lie will'" necessarily be in the -bunch. .More than that, an effort la being. thei president of each club-in each league o-a hand for the-meetkig. 'it .'will aurc bo some baseball fandom-down-in San Antonio. Tho UoanVof Trade, by .--whatever name it goes down the mattesr. upJn and' iy to gSVe th'e1 magiiaiea the, time of The 'Athletics: aVe a' liU tbl OC Th-e individual batting averages to conic. __ ._ __ ........_ vtth -the Cubs, while Fl'ed Clarke, who s a stockholder in'the' Pittsburj, Huh, caii go on as long as he wishes. .TABER CURLERS BUSY Tabcr, Oct. Tuber curling club got away to a good start for its IfJ.millS season, at the re-organiza- tion nieeting-held.last.Friday averting.' asid tlie indications are that tho roar- in' game will be even more roarin' this winter thau-ever j EsHmates ire ;tq he seirared for an' aiWition 'present rlnki which Will provide for double the present capacity, namely, two more rinks. It; will be decided at a meeting, jyheliier [iris addition will' biilK .The membership of the club is ex- pected lo h-3 over 'sixty this, winter The membership fee was placed at and it was decided to sell stock at.f 10.00 per.' ...K. .Douglas is the. new presi- dent of" the cliib, Di Leech. C. A. .Magratli and "W. A. Bucliflnan, electedipatrons iVfcLeau.'honorary prc- TIlO'" vice president is Geoigv? lowing, and the secretary-treasurer is Mylcjohn McPherson. Tlie rink ;cpminlttee comprises Bulloek, JTnipj .Bciiderson and H Heard, and'tlie finance committee is J Measre.' Hammer, Sheills and Russell teyers. c Doyle. 2 b s s Herzog. 3 h Devoir, I f Pet. I 27S 2S5 '6IANTS FAIL-TO SCORE CENTURY Aork 000 000 4 Brool Ivn 000 000 0 o Ames ind Rngou aid Hill er Second game- New York 000 000 S 5 BiooliMi "10 000 5 Drucke and Hartley; Eanf-and'Er- wln. if we can do so. H'eat i-eam, and -so are the Giants and the games will tell their own stores Tohn Alcfran 1 ha e not sren the Vthletics plaj. tfut if thej-4ieat these boys of mine they wi'H hav-e the credit of having soivs some. The Giants will give ihem i imi j am b-inking on the youth.of my club showing to advan- tage. world's.series .will depend largely upon the 1 tUinlt no just is strong is Athletics in.that department. their lives Excursions, ent'ertain- ments a baseball game are being arranged and even I man of them will.jeava the place-pre- pared to boost for San Antonio. Mr. pull oiit from rethbndge O4t and on his spend