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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta T.HK LKfllimtlM.E DAILY OctolMJT 81, IQlji. F f P ,r II Record of all Live of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers AT THE ENDPFHISTETTO SC.HIEF BENDER IN ACTION Game Postponed Until Monday Hard Philadelphia. Oct. fourth; Kaaie'of t'hihuicliihia and New York! (.5i.uits for tb.Q. taseba'll chainpwitshiu i of tho world. schjdnlt-d ;to bo played i here last Wednesday, was again post- poned today, for the fourth time, ami under the r.iles will bo played. Monday or the first tiear day. r.jin Oil heavier today .ttiiin at any siuco the prc-junt wei. weather sol 'jji iatii night. Vmpires" Klem, Connolly aiu! ecu untie i- instructions from the J Hoiial Commission. to Siitbe park j 7.SO o'clock this moriiing'to uiako an early decision so Uiut the announce- f .incut could be made in New Yotk and 'oilier eastern cities within eitsy rc.ich of Puiladelphln. Tho tjtuiiiri's agreed before they left their hotel that there would be no game. WHITNEY SHIPS YEARLINGS ABROAD TO BE RACED IN'THE BIG STAKES New York. Oct. most, j uaule coir-lsumem of yearlings, iron-. tlplrJK of two, even sent abroad by m'an v.-as shipped from iiurc induy, cu route to New .Market on tlin Hnerj TJiey are the properiy of fH. P. Whitney and jire valunil at j J250.000. Iii addition to engagements in Derby and Oakea of laia, the Whit- ney yearlings are heavily eugjiged in inatiy valuable stakes to run in 1312. WHITES AND BLACK CANT MIX !T IN PARIS, NOW Paris. OrL The r-partins press (if tl.'j city is uniuiinuius its oppo- sition U? further, matching of 'V'fcffcs niid. in pugiHsuc, bouts in" this city. (iiH-lare the 'jpcctndle pr-3- f-.Mi'cd nE. ci'ch.mGetlugs vis not only (iti-j-ticLinir, farcical from n sport- ing- This in cans' troub'ie for Jacli; .lohnscii- if aiicinijts to" here. -It ii known is pianniiifj such, "r. move. 1 __ Connv, Mack's famous Indian pitcher, the. beit redskin xwlrler the game has ever produced. defeated by Mathewscn in the tint he pitched brilliant ball. N. Y. MANAGER GETSACALLiNG Commission After M c Graw and Merkle for Rowdyism New Yorte, Oct. national commission made'public tonight (his letter dated yesterday: "In the discharge of lie duty to maintain order and msclpllno lu the aeries for the chamiiionship of the world, as required by the mtes and regulations jointly enacted by the N'a- tfontvi and American r-ongiles on feb- IDQii. for ihe control of thl) j event, tho national commission has taken official cognizance of your' Un- warranted conduct and langua. while passing from tiso coaclrar's Hilo to your team's bench during j the last-innings of the same played on the Polo Grounds, on October 17-, "Notice is hereby served on you that a repetition of Ibis conduct on your part will at once bo called to tho attention of the umpire in charge of the game in which It occurs instructions to remove you from fire Held ,aud the commission dls- bar you from all subsequent games. I In addition to this penalty a -severe' fine will be inflicted upon you. The commission not permit a inana- ger or player to attempt to influence j by word or deed, public opinion .agv einst capable iconscientiouo I officiiil of the game, and unless de- cisions are accepted by yoli -in a I spirit of sportsmanship you wi.i .be clea'lt with as indicated in this letter. "Respectfully, "AUGUST HERFIMA-NN. "B. B. JOHNSON. "T. J. LYNCH. ''National Commission." SKETCH OF PITCHER NEW YORK PAID Hlohard Marqmi ril owes hit; name SUM Oot. Kor that lie IK loaded flown lo tho with hope thai iprlnys iml Iji thy human bream, Untiling Not- I son muni begin to realize he will nev- er come buck, U, however, tlmt af- fair ''with -yoii'itK Suylor did not con- the Nonmimn Unit flghtero, Jlko other IwvG (heir limitations, ttoa only conclusion lu ihnl Nelson IB u monomaniac on the subject or re mainlng young. What ts' 'helping fool iVeUon In re- gard to, bin c.lui'ucco pf, regaining tlie ulmmpioriBhip is tlwt. his chiefest us- set, to wit, .his is the lust of all' bis 'fighting' fortifications that to Hit; poor pronunciation of HII uin-jln going vkow of weiir nnd wire In the American association, who i tear. 'So far thf Dane is as much of announced his first appearance. As 11 a marvel, of he v matter of fact his family name is Mar- j BsruHnjr 'Ijjs biggest, ring vie- quio. The nicktinm-e "Kubc" IB per- j tories. For-that matter, 1C. he were lo haps, dun to the fact' thai he stands -right now he would be reniem- POINTS ABOUT CANADIAN RUGBY ALEXANDER RAG Few of Those Who Participate Un- Aderstand the Fine Polnti of tht G.ime ing tbtit should prove very helpful to a defending team when .playing fig- the wludf 'Jr Did Sea This? _____ A mark cannot be made from' a (By W A. J one can be made There are hundreds of plajwra en-.'-ifrom a-forward is some- thing .that (civ players are aware j The letter to Merkle, signed by ihe i same' men, reads: I "You are hereby notified that a fine of 1.100 has.beej} imposed against you by the nntip'nat commission for Improper 'im; indecent lan- jsuago in tho I'tirte plr.yed on the'Polo t flay, October shrd eta U rounds, in on Tuesf day, October 1.7, irjI, and yo.u are warned' that'a repetition will result j in your disbarment .from ihe-reraafn- ing games of the present world's ser- ies 'by the 'commission." i' fs Barred at Annapciis nnd Whistling of Miirshipmen Forbidden Ainitipoiis, Mti., Ont. longer the atraius of "Ale nnder's Rug Baiitl" HVfeeplriK i iroujUi llnucrnft Hnll Uio auUioritlcM of t'ne Xnvnl Atndcniy. havn forbid- t'eri wliltstllng in lite nndaiiipmpn's dormitory, 'and fi.veil tho ptiirishment of juiy guilty midshipman at the ini- jiui-iUon .of iwcnty-rive doiiieriis. At; the niHIshipnvsn limited Ihoir mslotly to "Anchor's The Aciitlpiuy yong, the authorities rtid not corapiain, and thoy oven showed- r. diniiOEJUon to stand. "Every Little and "Barber Shop bui. the lat- r.st Vritli its siirrhig Jiiivita-Lion to, "pome- .on; and proved tiio straw. 1 h'ur in gag'ed iii football games throughout. C Canada, It would bo "a safe wager. the 'ball strike an official that not one-leniu of them thorough-'p is llot regarded as dead, but play Should the ball b'a absolutely motion Canadian Rugby He3s on the ground, aiid not in posse-j- I sion of a player, [t is still Hi play, .ule book is not as Interesting lf a PIavor Ie on shle lie has reading as some novels, and the Ian-jflo charge a player who lias Biiago sometimes IB mystifying, sd "his and if file latter Is tlmt a summary of some of. the more important rules might not our. of place at this interesting juncture. ly timieretftnd the rules that are ye I down for their guidance i-n the riile j I book issued by the 'Ja Union. .Kfck-off and Kick-Out In a kick-off at centre the ball must, be kicked at least five yards towards Ihe opponents' goal. There are uo more fake kicks at centre and a puirt behind Interference; A kick-out la a drop kick from not thrown to the ground tlva same pen- alty applies as to an bff-slile play. "Yards" Behind Goi! Line Vard-j nniet.; he given behind the goal line, just the same as in the open field. The penalty is-th-e The hall is not to be considered in play until K is. put In motics by the fool. one of the scrinlmagcrs of th'3 side In ppisession of the ball. That IB to Bay, the ball can Ire placed on the ground without being put in play. This -givey the matt a fraction kicking out has the option rof a scrim; mage on the 25-yard line, instead of a drop kick. This latter te a new nil- You need a oap than you need a liatl BRAND At Last! A Cap With Style more than "25 yards from the kick- er's soal-'ljtte, and must move at least five yards I-a'any direction unless, blocked bv QR opponent. team advantage in gelung the bull out. A try is to be scored when the ball is declared dsnri aod any part of it la on, or be bind tbe opponents' BOH) line. How many arguments have you heard over this? Should a player cross'an opponents' goal line u'lth ball in bis posEea- sion and goes, v.'itbout loaing i't, into touch in goal or dead ball line, a try ia to allowed. If lie gets tb> ball -bebind ihe gotil line, it only one jjoint. In case of Injury to players substi- tutes are allowed during any period of the gam's. -No player once remov- ed can t'ne game, except with (he oonnent of both captains. Keep Off the Field Should nny coach or trainer or sup- porter go on the fteld without the re- lerc'a's permisoion, a. penni'ty of yards will be Imposed on'the offand- ing aide. f You men who imagine that every j cap looks floppy" simP'y know how smart an E A S T E K N BRAND cap will look on you. There's a dozen times you need a cap to onucyoH-dwcarBhtt-iryou only had- the right cap. Ecsy enough to Act It! Some you sells EASTERn BRAMJ a store worth knowing. I World's Greatest MACK McGRAW Mack x ARC Tan and lankr. Culm and delil-arate. from the