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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page ft LKTUBKIDGE Monday, Hi. 11. Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers ATHLETICS Giants Defeated in Second Game of World's Series Plank Pitched Great Ball for Winners Marquard Nervous Col lins.With Two Down in Fifth Doubled and Baker Followec With Homer Over Fence Putting Athletics in Lead N.Y.-010000 000-153 Phii.-10000200X.360 Marquard. Cnmdal! Plank and Thomas. The Athletics turned the tables en Xew Vork Giams In the sec- oml samo of tlie World's Cham- yiuusbfp tills afternoon by to 1. The game was even until .tlie sixth when Collins doubled, and Baker drove the ball right field fence for a home run. Both pitch- ers were in excellent form, Plank having a slight advantage owins to his steadiness. Miiniiuml was visibly nervous in opening- innings but ay the game progressed he Steadied down and the Athletics werte unable to do anything with his delivery except in the sixth tunings. New York's only run was the result of a misjudged fly to centre which netted two bases. The local team backed up Plank- In faultless while the Giants were credited with three errors, one rank muff by Devore. The latter distinguished' himself by striking out four times, every time he faced Plank. Too Nervous Majestic Theatre W.B.Sherman, Mgr. Phone RUBE The issue was top great for New ork's young ttor pitcher and he be- sme nervous. PINCHER CREEK WILL HAVE GOOD CURLING RINK Philadelphia. Oct. en- thusiasts who retired last night dub- !ous of the weather for today, welt beside themselves with joy when they i took a. peep at the sky morning Plank is not the Athletics' strong est pitcher, but he was there with the and found that everything was just i today and evidently was the ri ght man in the right place at the right right for the second game between tlmc: the New York Giants ajid the Phila- j lielphia Athletics Jor the. steal ib'ird-on Saturday is of series, which will lilightly swollen'; out It will not inter- ne played at'Shibe Park -this after'-'f fare with his going into the same! Monday -and Tueiday October 23-24 Frank W, Healy ind W. B. Sherman Present' The New Vork New Amsterdam Production "ALL AMERICA'S MERRIEST MUSICAL MADAME SHERRY Woods, Frazee Ledcrer Pro- duction "Every Little Movement Has a Meaning All Its Own." A cast of musical comedy celeb- rities, including Ethel Bell and Waller Catlett. SPECIAL ORCHESTRA LARGE BEAUTY CHORUS 2 CARS SPECIAL SCENERY Chicago Americans Beat: Nationals Again Pinclier Creek, Oct. 0 have now been subscribed to the Wncher Creek Hinl; Co.. and matters are so hopeful -that tenders are being] Chicago. Ocl. In.-The Chicaso Am- for the erection of ii curling league won its-second success- rink according to the-plans and spe- ive same-from the-locaf National team cifications prepared-by Woods and .In the city championship series today, Steclo. Another meeting of the citi-'8 to 7. 'interested in the erection of n! A snappy double play by McOon- curltiig jink is toihe held next j noil in the eighth inning with one man day evening In the co.unc'il chamher iout aml on t'1B Stace the project was started it h.-3 the American Insures, tight pit- j it ichors were m the contest, each club hcen found that several oilier people 'using lour would subscribe to the rink company innings: il a'skuting rink.was included in the Americans 030 012 15 0 proposal, and it is' within Ihe range I.Nationals 105 001 14 2 of possibility that" an effort, in that I Batteries: Scott, White, 'Bern, and direction may yet be made. Should jSnllivan; Ritchie, Reulbach', Smith, noon. Shihe Park is expected to hold the greatest crowd when these teams appear on the field today, arranger ments having been made to handle" a greater number of people than at last year's series. The bleacher jiue began at eight o'clock Sunday nlgh't. The champions of the National" Leu- sue have gotten jump on til- premier team of the American League SECOND INNINGS New out, Collins to Davis.' Herzog doubled to centre. Fletcher ou'i, Collins to Davis, Herzog jthe younger e1em0u( of the ity come forward and subscribe to the company a t.h'2 erection of a skating rink'could be made the more possible.' At the present., tinie it is not yet a certainty whether, curling rink will be akmg (third, and scoring on Meyers'! covered or an open air one this the opening game in New York of 3ln.rnun.rd fanned. One .'run. or "ot. Saturday, and the Philadelphia men out, Doyle.. ,to .v.'iH ..take desperate-chances (o even i Me''kle- Barry ilied to left up the-series. The'players came out i vori! muffed, Barry taking Thfc early comers brought camp stools of Saturday's affray in excellont'cnn- Devore. Plank End. boxes, and each carried enough I dition. The defeat 'did not in {he j Meyers to Herkle. -No runs, eatables to sse him through today. At (least shake their confidence in their j thousand j ability to finally win out. second, out! Charles. fwho owns the land on which the athletic grounds are enr closed, gave '.he use of same to midnight more than one THIRD INNINGS were in line, and when the gates to I the ball grounds were opened at nine the crowd numbered nearly 5000. The lines stretched four squares away and in the throng of early comers were "lumbers of The New York team arrived here tiefore noon and went directly to nn up-towu hotel. They were accompan- ied a large contingent of rooters. Philadelphia team reported at Shibe Park before, ten o'clock. AH donned Uielr hasebsll uniforms and light work out. Baker's arm, was slightly lacerated, by spikes when finodgrass crashed into him In an at- Umpire Connolly called play at -'.02. FIRST INNINGS Doyle New fanned 11-ew out to I Old Snodgiass j Murray out Plank to DIMS runs fanned. New struck out. Doyle j fouled out to Veie Collins thed Hied to Murphy. Snodgras-s was pass to Doioie No nns ed. Murray hit a liner to Collins. No runs. FOURTH INNINGS I the town charge, ba the un- derstanding that the town Pance the grounds in. This offer of Mr. Kettle.s was for five years, 'which term ex- pires with the end of the present year, and as per arrangement, all ttr. lumber and material used on these grounds goes back to.him. offers this lumber to the rink compahv for an open air rink, providing they find cinnot build a ona shielod to right'. field and went to second on Sim-ray's i6' He'7 New out; Collins to rog Pied to Bam fumble. Took third on Oidring's Blllv lo No luns riflce, and scored .on a wild pitch. I out to Merk' had a j Collins beat out an infield hit. Mar- ''1'''l'p'ly Devore. Davis fouled which uunrd was visibly nervous. Ilaker Jle-ve1'3 struck out. Murphy was the third out, flying to Devore. One run.. Cheney and Archer. Eskimos Beat Rough, Riders Calgary, Oct'. Edmonton Rugby team .the Eskimos, the local Rough to on Saturday. Ottawa Took an Awful Beating Hamilton, Oct. a sad foi" the Ottawa team whicl jwent down to the Tigers (today by the verjf decisive score o Keen mte e t is on an f "f15, legildmg the curling rink and it is still hoped bs nwm that the game being almosl too vet be found to provide foi a jraiich of n walkover, to be.intereBting coveted .building r 1 I G OME in and see the sew itylei in Fit-Reform Fill Sum. It would take pages to tell you of aH the iww pitlcrni, new- cffccfi. new fabrioi we ue ihowing. And even then, we could not properly dencribc the jrace and ofFH-Reforni Fill Suits, So come in and tee them tor FIFTH INNINGS I New o.ut, Baher to Diivla1. Mnrtiiiard fanned. Dei-ore fanned for third time. .N'o runs out, Jlarquard lo Merkle. Thomas out, Fletcher lo Jierkle. Plank- struck out. No runs. SIXTH INNINGS New out. Snodgrass singled to loft and attempted to go lo second but was out. Murray fan- ned. No runs. mod lo Snod- grass and went out. Oldring Died out lo Devore. Collins doubled to left, j Baker drove- Hie bull over right field fence scoring Collins. The crowd VARSITY IT OVER McGILL Toronlo, Oct. .thousand people saw .Varsity defeat' McGill in the opening game of the intercol- legiate season here. Toronto'always expects a'stubborn game with McGiil and they got it. Though this year's Varsity team was heralded as a better .earn than the Canadian champions of except to the niost root-ai -3- sntliusiastic of the American Rugby Results Saturday Chicaso C; Perdue 3. Vale 21-33; Virginia 0-0. Harvard 12-18; Williams 0-0. Cornell P-O; Pennn. Slate 5-5. Penna. Nova 0-0. Princeton 13-31; Colegate 0-0. Army Rutgois 0, Drown lo; Cowdoill 0] went rung. wild. Murphy fanned. Two McKELVIE McGUIRE, SEVENTH INNINGS New singled to cen- tre. Herzog Ilicrl to Oldring. Flelcll- re flicd to Baker. .Merllle caught off on a throw by Plank to Davis making Ihird out. NO runs. out to Doyle. Harry out, liner to Ilerzog. Thomas filed to Fletcher; No runs. EI.GHTH: INNINGS New lined nut to Col- lins. Crandrrii went to bat for .Mar- (iliard. Collins got frandaM's ground- retiring him at first. Devote struck out for the fourth time. N'o runs. Crnndn.ll now pHcblng for Now Vork. fan nod. Lord 'anned. Oldring out, lleraog lo Mer- kle. No runs. NINTH INNINGS New fouled to Thorn- Snodgross fanned. Murray .out, Collins In Davig, No rims. ast year and should, have the dope lothered AlcGill sheet! they IPRAIS6 FOR NEW GOLF 'CHAMPION The New York Trlbums has the fol- lowing lo say re the splnndid victory of England's premier golfer, Harold MAJESTIC THEATRE Munigtr. 3 Nights October 19 W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS THE SHERMAN STOCK CO. Thursday, Oct. 19 Vork't Com.dy Succeis A scream from start to finish Fri., Oct. 2O Brown of Harvard Tile Real Rah Rah Play Sat., Oct. 21 Including a Special MATINEE Father and The Boys Laugh? You can't help it. 50c, 25c COMPLETE CHANGE EACH NIGHT P. M, iin. Artistic Triiiiiipi rRUMPCA'KD :CJ MOVING ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE., B o M e; Extraordinary Attraction Derelict Reporter A sympathetic atpryof a.-i (Vitasraph Co.) jMjier reporter. B-Unto Us a Child is Born (Selig Co.) -A dramatic story of regained happi- ness Tie that, Binds C-A Double Elopement (Uibin Co.) Roaring Comedy a B se J F A 31 J L V Doors Open 7pm Prici Adulti 16c, Children 10e HAGGART FOR MAGISTRATE Oct. Triffime iays: Notwithstanding ail reports bout senatorfehips and the appoint nonfat Alex Haggart, M.P., to one. MUST BE ADMITTED TO EMPIRE COUNCILS London, Oct. Earl of Dlld- isy, first governor-Beneral of 'the national had their troubles beating them: McGill started off in lively style and had the score, six to nothing in the first five minutes, while-tile Var- sity team hiicke'.l up and saved a few roughs aiid with :the aid of Quarter- back Peto Campbell's famous ball disappearing act, in conjunction with Captain iMaynard slipped over a touch- down on the bewildered AlcGIII men i and took a narrow lead which they I highest. ihouors in the spurt both in held to half time. It-was 10-9. then, Ithls country, and Great Britain. The and .McOill cvonad it up right off the title was deserved as milch for bis utii- t is generally .understood'that he is' of Aus-ialia, speaking o be appointed, police imigistiate of lat "The day has I. .i_ C'Olllfl WllfiTl flic Aintirifhin louniey. I-T. Hilton, in "No fair mimicd sportsman can he- Enuige the national cliar.ipionslilp to Harold H. Hilton, who not- holds UK reel. Alerts Win from St. The Alerts of-Hamilton completely outclassed St. AfichuelV College in the senior O.R.Jf.V. fixture played at Rose :lale today, winning by a score of 24 ;o 7. It might liavc ben even more onesided if the visitors hfd not Jet up a little in the final h-alf and the fiist. collegian's profited by their loose- ness to score a try. The Gonter Bros, made a hopoleas up hill flglit against ilic fast Hamilton iggrttgation and tlioir bootins and tho running back punta which they did kept the winners from scoring of- tener. Speedy from farmhoimc lo guess you will have to come and get me. I've turned lurMe. in a garage. You the form good sportsmanship .for lii remarkaWe skill and 1 was no Insk (o fight his wnj through tlie strongest golf field cvei g'iithereri togunlier in this coiintry over foreign links, hut ho adapted himself readily to his surroundings played sound, consistent ftolf from end to end, mirier conrlltkma thai were not nl tomtit her favoralilo, Ac cording t.o his own, glateinonl, lie will go home strongly tnipreep-W wltli golf and Americnn ivitethmls. t is SHffi to Asiintic that lie will le.ivu luhlhd nmny warm admirers, hronghoiit'Ills stay here.he h-j s coin- mantled ilifl resoect of .all he met and lone more so than those who tiled so for which 1m wllcn tllft ovcraens emmencii .imi a position ImU8t as Piptners in the which It m understood ho 1ms express of empire e must nev- er rem our efforts to a 'Jesirc to fin n at present fili fudge W.-lker, Is understood to be only doin- S0 the positic i, Upon :iIonKsuch ]inca eventually porarily and would have no objections to fctirc if-the local government de- sired him lo do so. lanl to make bis nueet in'vain, iiia not worn out his welome. m-ill be greeted even more htu nother year. Britain's existence, as a g boii I success depend b'i Clu'JS PAVE ALLEYS TO-BANISH RAJS Seattle, Oct. plague jerma have boon found' in three rats recently, caught In'the. neighborhood of Pike street and Fir avenue. The city council, to exterminate the rats, today SHOOTING ACCIDENT AT KAMSACK, CASK. Ivamsack; Saak., Oct. Sat- urday whon Conkfci, who lives a ordered all alleys ih' that neighborhood 'short di-Jtance west.of this .town, was paved. 'sun, which was loaded, with Ue muzzle pointed toward him, the trigger in tho hay and the gun was .discharged, the whole charge of tile shot penetrating the hone. He, was tak'an to hoapital on the night THREt WESTERN CITIES Winnipeg, Oct. ndvicog1 state thai''the Dominion cen- KILLED WHILE DIGGING W.ELL Shqrbrookti, Oct. DeiuonUg- iy and A. Hauli, -yoimg men reBldinjj en n farm juat outside the city limits, killed'Saturday afternoon while digging a well. The nides caved in, iJemontigny being lull ad almost In- stantly and Ila.uit only survived u few minutes lifter being rescued. The Canadian .Light'and I'ower Com nany, Montreal, have purchased the Dominion Light, float and Power In- ci'C4ts, -and will make use of this sns figures will the'population of Winnipeg lo be about Van- 'franclilpfi And power plant to still fur- :o.ufer and Calgary yier increase Its ;