Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
TKIDAY, OCTOBER 20, lOlfl THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THRE15 HERALD oldiers Have Strong Team- First Game to Be 1'luyed ;or. Oct. 24lh When tlie "Y" basketball players let on Tuesday night and drafted up schedule for iho league, they got, I bad with the hoyo ot the 78th bat- j hi-1 Now York, Oct. 20-Certainly the learn ought to move along pretty ude a soldier team. -Naturally the j wcek 0[ October finds matters before orange hoys Pot I in a most interesting state in the foot- ,n mMMo veal similar condi- iaim 1rWasOVaH which j "liTrairly close j 01 one iould not have occurred if the "Stli k lntul. mrvimi one This last one is Wis- nd had a representative a the 1 Yalc KllUo Cornell! who imder Withington will en- 1 J defeated Harvard and deavor to put 111 force the Harvard FIKST PICTURE OF WORLD'S SERIES FROM BOSTON. drawn up ta include conclu defeated Harvard and deavor to put in force the Harvard ed her season by defeating plays The first game of the schedule win; Tllls therefore left the situation toman'" to its former high stand in ,ke place on Tuesday night between j ,vllh Yalo, Princeton and Perm facing j middle lains' ihe O. X.'s. 'eton added'. a decided slump i" tV liar; team, but he has already is hit'ing hard and likely a pretty varied attack. all that, tiie impression prevails that Minnesota, carrying over a good lot ot men from last season, and hav- mat-ling started laong Williams' own line he tirst month of! of attack, is going to get satisfaction onai Cornell has stuck to tilings as the i I were, but has lost good men both from ith Illinois last All tins nas it: Now that the has settled i s macic me msi uiu.im v.. ad the outlook is that threshonuon b0ils0n one ot more inter-1 this year lor the tie III he busy again on Monday, nr- of chances than ever be- year.________________ lllgemonts are being made to in of the same. CHATTERS ALL ,e moving pictures of the threshing, llarvlira has displayed a variety o HATCH RECORDS Noble's record breaking crop at i whici, ror ciuanlity is good MAR Unirh of obleford. U is likely that the ,llc is not up to last sea- Chicago, Oct It. ires, which are being tal'.en by the! Yille lms shown new grounding r.hicago. ol P. R. department of natural football, and while its I thon races, shattered al recurto fo, ,8, will be mined on Wednesday its handling of the hall long distmice roiminE 1C. jd it so, the LetllbrldBO Hoard of is far more cohe-1 limshed a 30-mile, run from u ,-ade and businessmen of the -e Rlncaeo. in 14 houib, M mm ling to be well represented. I ly hrilliant runners. An effort is also being made to in-1 Princeton is showing, as usual, a Tee the president of the Colfax, of speed in the way ot rapid- rash., Chamber of Commerce to be fin, attack, hut there is evidence that or to send a representative. is going to be more team play, iilfai is the county seat-of Palouse Pennsylvania is exhibiting greater unity, -which is holder of the ollicial coiicsion and its plays are built on a orld'8 wheat record tor 1000 acres. imucl, sounder Basis than they Have n Invitation has been sent to for rour years. Itesides tills the blfax Chamber of Commerce by the team is a much safer one. It does ules and XO seconds. sthbridge Board of Trade. A NEW BATTALION Ottawa, Oct. now battalion not go up in the air and does not have fivemimite slumps. Cornell, under Sharpe, working to fill lip the gaps' left through the of Barrett !orized H is to be a kilties battalion stars, and temporari _' ____.1 ..p n ri ojifforinrr crmlpwllar. id will be in command of. Prot. P. impbell, who is made a lieutenant- ilonel. Cool and other slum, .iiiu the attack is suffering somewhat, hut all the men v ho weVc substitutes last year were pretty well grounded and' the Ithaca HERALD LEAGUE BOWLING TOMORROW V Tomorrow night will sec thev the spot where the accident oc- j plenty of room for the defendant to Both Windy City Leaders Are Being Panned Their Dis- gruntled Supporters SOX HAD A GOOD TEAM New York, Oct. Row- land, manager of tlm Chicago White Sox. is an uncnvied man. He stands today the topic of knockers, the un- deserving recipient of derision from a bevy of Clilcagu fans. And Rowland's position is a pecu- liar one. He couLl have done nothing to correct it evea if he had won a pen- nant for the White Sos. The credit would not have been his. The Chicago fans, much the same as any other spe- cies of fans, would have placed the crown on the brow of another and v.ould have refused to see it alight elsewhere. Rowland started this year with a club acknowledged to be strong alk away with third base after cracking one of Mar- 'miard's BlitotB to the left field wall Wheat's throw lo .Mow- rey at third. INMAN MAKES BIG RUNS When the crack appeared in tile drive of his men Charles Comiskey sent out a rush order for Kid Gleason finishing game ill the Herald five pin league at the Domin- v Press come together. The win- ning team will tic with the Comps for first place, necessi- tating a play-off and an excit- ing finish. The ten pin series starts next Tuesday. Judgment has been handed down in the District Court in the case of Oliver vs Hyt. In this case the plain- titi' was claiming damages as a result of an accident on the river hill. One to report. The kid did report and the White Sox immediately began to I come back. The result was that Glea- son was given the credit. No matter if it was [lowland's efforts which had Inman, who will be re-j elevated Uio Sox into their final membered hy Alberta followers of Iho I chance at the pennant. Rowland would game as the English billiardist who not havc. hccn given the credit. It played in Calgary with Willie Hoppe i would have gone to Gleason. Xow the Chicago fans have placed Rowland and Joe Tinker in the same hoat. Botli of their heads are due to drop, they declare, and they are pick- ing Kid Gleason as the most promi- nent bidder for the managerial post with the White Sox. Their critics declare Rowland has the claimant's claim just and awarded general damages and ?R2.25 re- pairs to the car. Judgment was also handed down in the case ot Drew vs Lamb, both par- ties of. Coalhurst. It seems that displaying great _. English billiards in London. He has completed a marathon series Thomas Reecu at Leicester hall, London, scoring to Inman gave Reece 800 points, but managed to overcome this handicap by making hreaks ot GS1, 501. 445 and 4S6. Inman played his best toward the finish. In the last game Reece was more than 1000 points ahead, hut Inman scored two big breaks and won out by :IS9 points. had two ade breaks of 522, 486, 471, 423 and 400. LOST HER RUDDER chances with one of the greatest teams the American league ever saw, hut. they say he has failed to make good. They have entirely overlooked the fact that Eddie Collins slumped in his hitting and that Red Faber was taken ill at a point where his work would have done the most goodgood. Rowland deserves some commenda- ade with his ng in an altercation between Ihe' York, Oct. 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