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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE LETHBRIIX3E DAILY HERALD Monday, Offober 13, 1913 I' 1i Fans Generous in Appreciation of Victorious Big Welcome at Home Sew Yott, Oct. Mack's were u b-ipry lo' bal1 players as they Irli for Hhibdrlphii tonight, aiier bavins hwn a demonstrative senaoff br a bis crowd of enthusiasts at the statin. of, the team members were hoisteJ to WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES tb; shoulder; of admireis and carried 'to'? the gate leadine to their train, vhile the JOYOUS lacs of Philadtlphil jier'sujsion shouted thrrasehes hoarse mid raised a big uproar with a wealth ol" noise-siaking equipment.' i This" celebration followed, anotbrr' alrnuEt equalir noisy oae the r'ejched ihfir lolel from ihe Polo grounds. Sereral hundred enthusiasts almost merited tte play- ers as they alighted Irom their au- toinobiles. They were pounded oa the iaci by such Ian? as co'Jld reach Iheiri on iteir way into tbi hotel acd tb-.y were indiviJvuMy i trid as a team. -AH the Macfcmen were generous in' t'-.fT "praise ol the. Giants. Captain. IKinQy Murphy voiced the general sen- Ximertt j "Tbe Giants played clsan ball and' w ere the best of be said, j and Frank liaVer added We've .done it again, and I tope we repeat i.ext year, but could riot .find more sportsmanlike oppon-, e'nls than the Giants." WELCOME AT PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia, Oct. 11. A great throng ol Athletic supporters gave the. triumphant Jlackmen a rousing reception, at the railroad station up- on .their, arrival from New York shortliy-belore 10 o'clock tonight- Himonxls pi the fans mace a rush for further to sUate their joy at.the outcome ol tb? series, but were restrained by a big squad of policeman. Every member of the was rjearfiJy applauded as he passed -There were many.calls fur Plank, the Veteran'pitcher and oae of the heroes of. today's game, but neither he nor Manager Mack accompanied the team home, preferring to .take 3 later train and avoid tbe crott-d-they'knerr would tterri.' ---'AVhen Tlank.was leaving the Polo grounds today, souvenir hunters-sur- rounded him and made away with bis and spiked shoes. :Jaci pitcher.and herd ol two world's series contests wtjo has been prevented from playing ell season an injury, was jubilant tonight over the victory ol Irs tejmmates. He received details ol all. He games as he lay on a coi at the University hospital, where pbysi- clans' have bad i stripu: doubt for stjtral weeks aa to bis'complete re- covery. ije.is suSering from typhoid of ths doctors at the hospi- tal announced, alter an con- today, that Coombs' recov- be-complele'ar.d he 'as good a bail LARHY MCLEAN The catcher of the Giants, recently secured from tbe Cincinaali Reds. Tbe first baseman, one of the best in ibe National League, and a heavy Prttsbtirg beat Cleveland yesterdaj- Philadelphia Men Get -Receipts New Verb, 43 pby- [.o pArticsyated in Ihe series l-ns will divide be- tween them on the basis ot 60 per cent to the winners and 40 per ceat to the losers, about S3i55 to each Athletic, S3170 to ejch Giant: The stockholders ot earn of the two clubs also will hive to divide, as a result of their players' I drawing powers duririg tbe .world's series. The National conimissipn re- ceived S33.59S for overseeing t'n'c fivc- i game conlesl, the cnlue gate receipts amounting to coming 'Crom the pockets ol fans who paid to witness the play. The profits ol.tbe lictet specula- tors are not available at this time. Tbe players' share oi the receipts ceased with Friday's game, EO they were not financially interested in to- day's attendance, .which totalled ;83 for gross receipts ol. ARGOS DEFEAT MONTREAL IN SLIPPERY GAME Score Wai 23 to To- ronto Lucky to Score at In the Gjtnt Toronto, Oct. Argonaut tbe Moutrcals Saturday at 23 to 11 ou a sogsy and cllp- pery field, TLe first score of ilou- treal came In trie second quarter when i Lecklo attempted.to run out a punt [which veul nearly lo'the line. He heavvlly lackled near Ihe line and when be went down the illppery ball flew out-of bis hands and one o! tbe opvosios wing men got 11. lu Ihe fourth Quarter Gnufter made a cost- ly muff behind ble ori-n goal, which aleo reunited In a try. It 'was there- fore due to tbe Argonaut mtatskci tbe visitors' scored 8t all McOtLL RUNS UP A BEQ SCORE ON QUEEN'S Teams Sporting Different Line-ups From a Year 49-2 Montreal, Oct. a re- plete with brilliant runs, clever Hr.e pluugiog and Bohsnllooal punting oi> the part of Don Hrophr a new-comer ID Bentor ranki, McOill openeil Ibe Inter-collegiate season by winnlag an oasy victory over Queens, beating them 4D to 2, Both universities presented a vastly different lineup from tbat of a year ago and previous to the commence- ment of play little advantage" couM be claimed 1y cllherl Tho figured on the line and back div- [elona of loth teams were practically untried and unknown quantities. The Giants Never looked Better the Big Honors Than they Did This is a.NtW York Vision'That Failded to Come to Pass by y in 0 three' to tw league team 'score: PiUsbiirs Cleveland Robinson and .-Simons; FalScnbe'rg and'CarlEch .Rain prevented game on Saturday fafilnr, played MACK'S OLD. HOME FOIK HAPPY ist Bropkfield, Celebrates With' Red Fire BrooWield, Oct. IroOKfield, tbe brrtbphce of-Connie Mack, manager of the' Athle'Ucs, cele- brated today's victory by Philadelphia with red fire, parades and bell .ring- Ing. Headed by a drum corps, a crowd of men and ixiya mar'cbed over muddy roads ircra Broolrfield to Broofefield, to the houEe.where Mack was born. No member-of the family was there, but-tie preEent.tep'ants of the bouse bad anticipated of tbe ccUbrators, and bad fire burning on tbe lawn. All 'the strefil railway cars running betwesn'Ahe two towns burned red lights.' Cburcb bells were rung, and a big-bonfire was light cd. Two Old Rivals ;bf Ring Come tdgMier Tonight CLOSE FIGHT AT CHICAGO TLe Chicago Americans defeated tbe .Chicago Nationals on Salurday, 5 lo'2, and evened'up the city cham- pionship Eirlw, with two games each lo. tieh- credit'; On Sunday' tbe Ameri- can leaguers pulled Into ttie lead, and made it three .games to two, when Ihey the Cubj, 2 to 0 Score: Nationals.............. 3 7 1 Americans.....; 5 13 3 .Pierce, and'Arch- er'; CIcotle and Edialk Aroericans Nsticnali wodld be pliyet as ever." CHIP BEAT KLAUS '-._ -'Chicago. Oct. 'f ;Chip, Pa., tonigbl knocked out rrank Klauj, ot 'Pittsbtrrg. In ihe slilh round of -t' a scheduled six-round bout 't -y BY'W.VW.'NAUGHTON "box fighting" Is to be 2 10 0 3 Benz and Scbalk; Cheney and Arch- er. AMERICANS 'LEAD IN THE ST. LOUIS GIANT FANS ARE STILL' LOYAL McGraw's Men Patled on .Back Way to Clubho'uie New York, Ocl.' after the close bs loday's game thou of fans swarmed down from the bleachers end stands and rushed to the Alhlellc. bench, where John 'Mo- Graw WES elrc-a'dy congratulating Con- nie Hack. Despite the fact that the great malorlly were Glanl adherents they bestowed plen.ly of :.pralEe upon fhe MacSmen. '.pkyer'after player was palled on the-locS'.and.a'ssured that the best "team won. It was with difficulty that tiey finally broke Ihelr way through the.throngs and reached Iho clubhouse. The (Hants, loo, came Son Pranslcso, OcL ire. ''J-1-1'. A Milwaukee clubVe'ceally announced'the signing of Batlllng Ntlson and Ad. and Immediately..lou'4 guffaws'resounded through ihe hills-and JD'.lows of The idea "of yanWos Ihe two old derelicts out ol the sea of jugillsm seemed'itoo a musing" for anything.- i Wolgast Is 25 years of and-NelEonrbas lurned 31, yet tho Cal and tbe Dane are as. though 'the 'memory of a man scarcely reacted Jack lo tieir cuffs, ,-w1 25 or 35....... close to the cradle days as that. liut thati'sp far aa their, field of .activity Is concerned and oitalqona. -.Neither one ot them as l.-flgbt- er Is was when three years-younger, and with loefr birlh records.staring us In th39, L47 unfinished. The total score was, inraan 1.000; Abbotson 810. AMERICAN RUGBY RESULTS "In the Eart "Yale, 27 0. Harvard, 23; J. Princeton, 28; Bucknell 0. Pennsylvania, 0. Dartmouth, Vermont, 7. In the Middle Wcsl. Wisconsin 13; Jlartiuelle, 0. Michigan, Mount Union, 0. Illinois, 'M; Missouri 7. PtTdue, 31; Norlhwcslern. 0. CESAREWITCH BETTINQ Oct. is Ibe latest belling for the Cosarewitcb, great long-dlslan'ce aulutnn'handicap, run over miles at Newmarket, on Wednesday next: 8 to 1 agtt Fontaslo 10 to 1 each sgBt Wagsla'ff (7sL and Night Hawk (7st. lllb.; 100 lo 8 each agst Annecy and Oravo Oreek 100 to 7 agsl Ilivoll (8sL 100 lo 6 agil Candy Tuft (Gsl 20 to 1 each ansl War- llngham (Sal.) Augur, (6sl. 26 "lo 1 each ogsl L-'Vnlno (7sl. 3lb.) and Wilfrid (7st. SCOTTISH FOOTBALL Glasgow, Oct. league garnes played Saturday resulted: Slolherwell, 0; Alrdrleonians, I. Clyde, 0; St. Mlrren, 3. Dundee, 1; Hamilton Academicals 0. Kalklrt, 1; Morton, 1. Hcaru of Midlothian, 1; Thlslle, 0. Dumbarton, 0; Hibernians, 3. v Queen's Park, 2; Ayr United. 2. Kllmarnoctt, 3; Kallh Hovers t. Aberdeen, 0; Celtic, 1. In Die Glasgow Ciiji dual played lo- iiy, the Rangers disposed of Third .anark by Ihe score of 3 to 0. itLFAST CUf MATCHES Bejful, Oct. rollowlns are Ihe -of Belfasi Cup fooiball mslch today. fjlehtorun" 2; J.lnneM 2. ClsUllery 3; Cllflonville 2." The Stranger, A stranger knocked at a man's door and told him of a fortune to be rr.ade. salt! tho man. "II appears that considerable effort will bo In- olvcrf." !'6h, the stranger, "you will many elecpless nights and toHiome rtayi." said the man, "and who are am'called Opportunity." laid the man, "you call your- self Opportunity, but you looft Ilko Ifaid Work lo mo." And be slammed.the Georgian. CHEW MAPLE SUGAR TOBACCO MILD, SWEET, MELLOW and JUICY ROCK CITY TOBACCO CO, Qmbeo I Wlnnlptl ;