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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta J" ,v -j Edison Phonographs are sole agents for these goods in UetUbridge and .carry a full line of machines, both two nnd four minute CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Combination ___519.50 Standard Standard Combination Hcaie Home Combination ...S52.0C Triumph Comb. The t Lethbridge Goods Co. LATEST NEWS PHONE -032 I 412 ROUKD MAN WHO DRIVES IN RUNS s the Best Batter, According to Drey- fus' Views Pittsburg, Oct. the batting scandal which he! says, has done baseball a great injury, i'regiaem Barney Dreyfuss, of ihV i'utsburg team, said today: "The automobile prize, if it had to-f offered, should have been put up' for the player who drove in the most runs during the season. This would -have given all the boys a show, and there would have been no chance to cheat, cor would there have been any such scandal as Jias been going round j the-past few weeks. As it is, great injury -has been done, basebaa." SAYS LAJOIE CHICAGO Bah Johnson Proposes a Plan to End the Unpleasantness Over Bat ting Records Chicago, Oct. B. B, ..Johnson, of the American, league, an- the Fr-tnk Chance Frank L. Chance, manager of National League baseball rears. Hofman is o7d is the PreSent Darned. ae works in a bank durin- has brought. three penants-and two winter. VIEWS SPANISH QUEEN Broke Heat Record at Kentucky Races Yesterday Lexington, Ky.r Oct. re- sult of the raced here was as follows: trot, three in five, Spanish Queen, nrst, 'General H second; .Major Strong, third. J.U7J4- Best time'2.0434, General H i equalling the world's record for third heat trotted in the race, now held jointly by Jack Leyburn, Joan and Hamburg- Belle. Spanish Queen tied the world's record for the fifth heat totted in a race, by going- a mile in the record now being held jointly by Alcasto, Demarest and Q-'een. Automobile owners are'informed that a Plant for the repairing of alj of Tires and Tubes has been installed: by the Central 'Cycle antl Works, 33la Eighth Avenue, east. Calgary. The difficulty hitherto met wUh in having tires and tubes Vulcanized has been eliminated by the introduction 'of a thorough up-to-date plant. Specimens' of work on application. Worli sent returned with all pog. sible despatch. Centra! Cycle and Repair Works 331A Eighth Avenue East, Calgary. A. J., BARNES, Prop. With tbp' ariaorsf league. OS before his season was finishe? therefore he has Cub lor S world's championships to Chicago, is years old, "and tvas bora in Harry .Steinfsldt Harry Stemfeldt is'a. native -.nounced tonight thai Umpire Evansy in-a detailed report-regarding the La-i (JaL He first played- fjoi-e incident at St.-Louis last on. the- sand lots of his _1US5 ia, me_ f Had given LajOIe aa absolutely clean town- he went to 21 vear- IU S in relation to his getting eight was picked for the baseball is'onai hits ia a double-header. The re- jsr'uad- j Worm (Tevas, wuh Fort port was not made, public out will Bm who was playing centre'asd -as bePV, SSO> be TThea President Johnson has Aasoa's Colts 13 years aeo. i aggregation for of Pitted Ms personal, 'investigation, iand is. himself a Californian, 17S is ready- to'announce'his first ,to take note af Lf 1S. a. 9 as he is is 2'J years has Si a was grabbed Memphis. Tenn.. ia the Southern League, and by the Brooklyn from which "team he caa-.e to Chicago at tiie beginning 01.-the present year.. Uclntyre is sin- He weighs 1L-0 pounds and is 5 feet 10 1-2 inches in height. John Kling Kiing, the famous hold-qiit i catcher, killer of would-'be base steal- ers and pool shark, is 34 He v r.s In iy05 the Athletics and played in a world's series the Kew York Nationals, fai'ia- fiowever, to down the scions of 'Mc- This.year, however, be- that his team will make a- aitrerent showing and although the are picked by many as fae fav- orites, Mack is full of confidence in the ability of his team. field just-, the stren 'S SERIES .the Vulerics oUain-d a Philadelphia out TO BET ON ATHLETES Coterie of Phi'adelphia' Sports Hope, to Raise Ante to Before World's Series V._ -n early success to -gain' backtas for necessary is reaay to 'announce'his decision _ .the-matter. -mriT.the debate 'regard- .ing. Lajoie's performance becoming .more heated daily, President Johnson is said to hare offered-as the so. lution .of the matter ihe returning of j not as a note .of Chsnce's inches in y as-a baseball player. Chance He was first put oa as a. catcher. He had a good Throw i hackstop. aad throws Leonard.. Cole Ms i AiiiJLiC U2 f tne automobile prize to the donors Qi j seriousness, his .thor L, ard Cole; is .a barber nas been jea.1 Harry Davis Captain ana .veteran of the initial Cubs for .11 corner, Karry, Davis was born in old John began his baseball ca-i'at Phi'ladelDhk reer lo years ago with St. Joseph, Mo. iToviaence "in 1SS4 rlis home is in Kansas a the broke -in with d ylayea with league and rjl and a bHliard hall. John weiahs 175 pounds and is 5. feet 9 inches He bats and throws Vight handed league was formed.- He was tormerly a backstop. His best years j LJ -v A re, the league present suitable priz-' 10 both Lsjoie and Cobb. ___ ____ Were in turn at e Cubs' crew, being just 24'JolmQy riy date, kept him to the front He is inarried-'W weighs 'm the -beginning of his lS0.pouffds- CQie is 6 feet EFUSES'-TO PICK "FUSS LAJQIE'S BATTING FEAT a major leaguer, all of, wych, by the has been, -spent with -Chicago. Much his protest, suoseiiuently was and then ce-rapidly developed into' a; star .of.the Srst magnitude." Chance's ability to sick er t'He- Was born 2t -Toledo, and professional car- Cit7' years married. Moroecai Sroxvn 1902, 1903, 1504 aad work this year has h outer garden cVnabie Cubs. a_: coterie holciing its any outfield in I PMa sports today coUected the Americao ic-aa-ue. Jacifieataljv rJU0'000 to 'bet on the home, team at this trade bro-ujht back to the fold "-i j 6n or better- whom-Coiiide was respon-i The men Promoting the scheme de- ia-.r.ducing to Send tte into the .J battle against the. Chance cats is n .Philadelphia boy and confident that the Philadel- about 25. years of age. Connie I are .-them. tryout on his it-am! One of the men behind the deal is 105. He ;vaj held until 1007, foraaer Swartmore.student and not- up TO that tiniis he never showed theied in me citJ' as a plunger, in goods that him to a regul.-ribe made sex-eral'thousand dollars on berth on ye team. He was then let tbe- winning thirteen con- in out to Orleans. secutive bets on the "team.- That was Cleveland-secured him the follow- tjie year Athletics won the peii- mg season, and this year despite the'nant in the American league. And fact tfiat-he possesses one of-the 'cleared several thousand tnrowing ..the big league this achievement ad j Maps were unafcJ.j to use "him. ,He Mack aiJd his minions.-- ta do Alhletic3- SM Edd-e Collins Collins, ''sacoa'd i bur Mack rarely makes a mistake and I early asserted itself, and, thougn" he i heaver arJi 'aan'ded. v Edward M. Reulbach Sf. ''ReolbacK'' who is Of the three- lager tame renown, hitter and T at Mi.'lerten; "Nvr', jj After fq.ur years-in the is 5-feet 10 inches and iPOUnCl3- Hls Professional In the same year, he followed the Prize fight game closely and made a Ability the shrewd on Young Corbett. This same leader to such -an extent man is one of the leaders in the -Mack, traded Rath for him. Danny Murphy Outfielder Dan JUwphy'is a Philadel leaders in the ent betting ancl has a-large sum to wager personally. The commission- ______....... ers soliciting ...'.contributions, pman. He was born in 1876, and is 5 and toope to betting fund tjcaiiuti i me w deliberately allowed Lam- La- so enose to make eight hits in two efoy permitting the' Frenchman west the premier batting honors from D. ie also _ the players, the whole Cub aggregate pounds. is 5 feet 1 inches high He is married- .He hegan his career in Central s, lad., where! TCJ1eu Mack signed aim. His previous worked in the experience was -with Columbia Col-i tege. '.He- playedVat -short 'a little j ITS ?'im thfr. leei 10- Packiag 175 pounds. In- ISO _ besan -playing- the infield with In.ISp he. plaved second for Mass., league. known to Manager of the i run 100 yards is one of th Tank Shulte Shnlte. who late has as a They should 4at tie; are doing. Jf the records show Sot eight hir5 and through John J. Evers X.Evers is the ligt 12 squad, tipping the gaia- ofi! a salary Jor r side'of the" PHILADELPHIA Manager Connie Mack Connie Mack, .manager of the Phil- adelphia Athletics, 4, unquestiona-blv tae snrewdest vouag Flayers, and one of. the cleverest man '3 rhat ever .directed the "fortunes son, T iviass., and 1901 was with Nor- batted .33G and fieided .967. Shortstop Shortstop Barry- hails' from New ,.Conn., -The Giants got him. but he was returned to Norwich. He Join- ed the Athletics in 1902, and the first to the first called. game is, He at .Ueriden iday six hits. Last-season April :He weighs 15S ihe from second to right field. and is feet S inches.- Barry is a graduate of Cross, and made a !ra Thomas at EalLston.Spa, T., in 18S1, name for himself on his school Thomas continued to grow uat'J He was grabbed by Mack in 1DOS. At stopped at 6 feet 2 inches with, 198 Barry played almost every j-Pounds of-flesh and He position, but shone brightest j in at Hartford.'Conn., in 1902, and has Played with Newark, N. J, Providence Frank BaKer -Mew York Americans, Detroit and th? at short4 Baker a third baseman AtnietIC's- Thomas forced team" A capable, !He v'as born at Trappe, Md., in tbe Detroit team bv t Troy, A: "I do not propose to get mixed upiljln aMlve and besan his Ia any controversy. If there was a tnere m'ne -vears crooked deal pulled off in st om> 1 been with ihe sooner or later the persons implicated is iH suffer. Tbat is a 'everest SCCOIId authorities to take uo but" te an received a short time his eighth He is a native h. he bezan ins career. Shulte weighs 170 pounds Is and is 5 feet S inches. He bats left jprores5JO! hie T-icrtiY- t TflT >cr base'b-all head, a reflected ;ame, he team for the credit on the. a caatcpionsG IS six feet tall, weighs 175 e starfced weakness last season. with the Reading i Tnomas a rattling good backsto J H John me to demand tine." OFFICIAL SCORER ON LAJOiE'S HITS St. Louis, Oct first nit was a triple to left centre. North-, em made a good try for the ball -but f missed put. it was a clean hit.' hit was a grounder to Wallace went to deep short for the bail' and picked it up cleanly. He made hunyup throw to firstj which WOUiQ ATI Perfect throw. The series, which will be to the Cubs. Joseph B. Tinker Indianapolis, Chicago team in- 1S01 Hartsel other six a hits in ISS4 with team. The following season' he with and from there He subse- first saw the; married. He weighs Oldring- began pi Pktsburg Mack aim an outfielder. uatii this year was of the Philadelhi splendid field gsneral. In 1908 .tbe Tigers be batted .307. John W. Coombs -fitcher John W? Jaails from Portland, .Maine. He is an inch long- team in 1908, and went.'to the Athletics from his 'first love.' He did j his best work with the Athletics last year, Batting .307 and fielding .320. Tousy Hartse! He responds to the name of Topsv A native of Polk, Ohio, 34 years old. el is a midget in height, but is from the .ground up. He began m the Burlington. Iowa, cluo. Since them he has played with' IS bsst year i the Salem, Grand rtile record he- therL made he promises CHAIRMAN; HERRMANN" Says Giving Prizes Is a Bad Thing for Baseball Cincinnati, October Chairman Herrmann, of the National Commis- sion, said yesterday: "I have seen for some time that the offering of a prize for tne championship -batter was a bad tmng for baseball and I have ...great ly regretted that we ever, accepted the offer of the auto company. At the time we did so we were under the impression that two machines were to be given, one for each major league. but the company informed us that this was a mistake, as they gave only one. The affair has created a good deal of nard feeling in certain quarters, and it very likely has resulted in too Biach individual playing and .some jealousy. The reports from St. Louis would make it appear that no earnest effort was made to Lajoie's seven bunts. I dn.not see that the commission, in making its award caif ;er than six feet, .and carries 190 :pounds. -In 1902-3-4-5 he gained feme Srabbed behind the report of the official tn? yfar of the game, whose verdict as tnac 24-maing lo.tiie hits and errors must be taken. I da not see where an investigation can be made, except simply to ask the as to his judgment on jtne hits made by Lajoie. I had Ions eclipse tuis season. the Athletics since 1902. With the' Charley Bender is a Chippe- 1 ago maae uo my no" prize of o. Joe Jand wnen djtion tips Joe has 11 years: years ago. nanaed. James T. Sheckard batted He is tne heaver in bonus shall ever again'be offered American league. He !s a native of for leading the league in batting or anything else, and this event simply clinches my determination on this point. WJien the official averages come out the commission will be in Minn., of the crop 1SS3. called "Rub-" 6 1 and weighs hut 175. lelder hails "I 1901- he Oa the con