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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October LETBEBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 11 Edison Phonographs We are sole agents for these goods in Lethbridge and carry a full 'line of 'jnachines, "both 'two and four minute records., CANADIAN PRICES ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Combination .Standard Standard Combination Hcme -Home Combination Triumph Comb The Lethbridge Sporting Goods Co. PHONE 1032 412 IP HOCKEY CLUBS GETTING READY Provincial Hockey Association Will Meet in Red Deer in a Couple of Weeks Calgary, ,Oct. meeting of tne Provincial Hockey Association will take place Deer the first week 'in November. -Calgary is send- ing delegates who will report on the at Fon du Lac, Wis., mst was a LATEST VI THE HERALD'S NOTES OF GAME rriple plays have been made by GOSSIP OF THE PUGS several teams this season WhiJe Pugilists Let Johnson Langford Joke the Public and i'ackey McFarJand may retire from tne ring. Fackey has grown too heavy i ror the light weight class and-does' not care to try' conclusions with the welters. He scored over Fighting uick Hyiand in New York-recently in a ten-round bout, but did not navel to reduce his weight. Formerly they were a rarity, but tlie 'fact that they have been pulled, off on a number of occasions 'this year illustrates the speed of the game'at the present time. English sporting men say that Jem juriscooll will never be able to fight in old-time shape again; The wonder- Uil ieatner weight recently had to postpone a return match with Spike .KOftson, whom he previously defeat- ed i'or the feather weight champion- ship of England. Driscooll is declar- ed to have consumption. Eddie' Collins-'takes, the base-steal; ing honors in the American League having stolen 73 bags according to'.tlwi latest averages compiled. Cobb's ab- sence from the game for a. time spoil- ed whatever chance he had of over- taking' the Philadelphia star. Ad. Woolgast, the light weight cnampion, announces that, he has ag- reed to meet Battling Kelson in a Dout of 45 rounds to a finish on St. jb-atrieiv's Day the'club offering tne largest purse. V. olgast's injury in his battle with Tommy .McFarUnd proceedings at .the meeting of the Uaigary league to be held- after the Ked Deer meeting.; v Liocally" there is already consider- splintered bone in his left wrist.. which will necessitate a cast for at least six weeks. The ciampior.. s.v-s ne is through with the so-called easy able interest being displayed by the bouls, in officers of- the three senior teams. Although the hockey season is a long been Coombs was a Star Performer Yesterday, Pitched Weir and Hit the JaJ Hard.'- Athletics Will Have 'No Trouble in Carrying .the "World's" Championship Flag What Happened to Chance cnicago, Oct. 20__Philadelphia camefcial games and'a' belief also that his j at any point or -distance -doubles. The by McGraw next season. This is not the famous negro champion, although jlike the he hails'from Texas' The latest Jack ,is a member of the Dallas (Texas) team good to the manager of the- Giants. By James J. Corbett New- York, Oct. is, thfc, matter with the white heavy weights-; and their managers and press agents? If it were not for Johnson and.Lang-., lord in their .semi-monthly stunts, of kidding the public with! a mil--., lion" challenges, the doar old, public would think that ,the game -had died with J errs defeat at -Reno. Not a chirp out either "Alf-'Kaufr; mann .or his adviser, Billy: They allow Langford'to'the rront as .if he -were the 'logical: dictate for he is not by a long shot, and: take a back seat themselves.-" Of.. course, '.Billy, is wise old probably knows best what to nis man, but' the people who the fighting game have come upon Kaufman as their hope vation, and would-like to they stand in the matter. f" The- public is.not interested In all-. the gab between does interest, the Might, ers is, who will to go after Johnson aad. try ,to, out here today and rubbed it .in. The j assortment .of shoots is-just what the vay ofT'players have been signed by tne clubs. St. Mary's have shown considerable activity. .They have a number of new men in sight, and Steve Clancy, man- 'ager of the Saints, states that only .three .men of last year's team will catch a place this season. If such is'.the case, the Saints will have a very strong team. Last year they were represented by a good team The- Tigers 'will-'hare a team again _but Doc Gi'Dsoh-wili'be. out ot-it .Doer claims he is .through with the game twice during the last six months. He s.ys he will not fight ag- Qt cimmpion limed their men, like. The comuat todav was a slaughter-. am until he meets Nelson. scip series with the Cubs to the tune i -tfig Kd.' Heuibach lasted' just 'two in- of twelve-to rive, and if-the big during'which he allowed one con hailed 'as coming najlt is not to the 'Quakente i single and, two doubles, passed two world beater, is being nursed alon? mast tomorrow Connie Mack will ,be oatsnien and saw three runs cross carefully by his' mentor, Tommy Ry- tae most surprised, astounded and ob-' the plate: Melntyre .was the next 4 baseball swi. ler. Hs pitched jiist one-third of an inning, but that was long enough an- nght. So far 0 'Kelly has not "lost -a gentleman oh the Ryan is matching him with m2_ caotam Chante was arbitrator could, not see it, and when the Cu-b leader sottght to prolong the argument, ordered him from the Iisicl. Archer, ordinarily a catcher, replaced him at the initial station. Murphy's next sensation earned him an ovation. lie ran back after what iioiman had marked for a double, jumped on the barrier in the right Held, grasped the ball by his finger- Although Willie Keeler ;has beei) on the pay roll of the Giants all of this season, he has games, except as a pinch-hitter.' This, will be Willie's las-z. season on. the dia- mond, at least as..a 'player.. Keeler saved the greater, part "of the'salary he drew for years and" owns a.'lot of real estate in Brooklyn. Great inducements alleged tq have been made to.-Tyrus Cobb .to. join the third major league being formed jby D. A. Cincinnati, Ohio I Fletcher has offered 'him a '-b'ohuV of for jumping the 'Detroit club and a salary in excess of'what he re- ceives if he will "cast Ms fortunes'with Delous care, picking out men of me the thirdr'disbut- !as the vclors 'hasimekd out two sin- 1 nails; fell 'over backwards into the iocre class'' whom -he feels tolerably lno a .decision. In the three games igies and a hociej'Ttin ana he sent certain Con can whip, and shoving him ahead a notch- at a time.. In so far the easterners1'', have to first rubbing Tiis back where. every assortment of curves [one ,ot; in shoots hit-Mia.' this way O'K.eUy is '.getting a .lot of the entire Cub' pilch-jvvith the assists? thor- ers Only King 'Cole of so pitching staff remains to "biighly seasoned to the rourh and-his connection this year will be of tne r'm% by-the time is ready be considered by Manager irom a spectators' .point of view. Doc jto let Min try lor honors. Ry- Chance, ani he has been held back made a similar statement regarding'an chances of subjecting oecause o: his inexperience-''in cru- tne rugby games, but he turned out j Ms man to a bad mau3taS in the ear- when his club needed Ms services. of his career. The is hoped "the same will prevail WGiSQt chanrion has soen many -brank nockey. Of last year's Tigers, Pow- eii, MelrosSj Pinkham, Lowes, White and King are still in the available. citv and The Cincinnati Reds had a great base-stealing aggregation this year. IT, Beseher, Mitchell, Lobert, Paskert and Egan. Griffith has a sweet bunch of bag purloiners. a promising novice spoiied by too drastic treatment, and is too astute uc, xud -VleParUs.nd and Says would ha-.e stopped Wolgast, .Nel to maXe such an error in O'Kelly's and Ale- case. in less than .ten Hawlans was a harder hittei Billy Roche, the veteran referee, the declares that the light weights of to- day do not class with those of a -doz- en years back, such as Kid Lavigne.. yeorge McFadden, Dal Hawkins, in aoubie plays. He man L.avigue, an-d would have done .t tiiree nits, eacn one a -double, rh.n in OCC