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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 THE LKT'TTRTUnnK DAILY HERALD October 23. MKXT FOR "JOK" TIJfKKR; HUMOR UK WILL GO TO BEST TEAM DIDN'T 'WIN CHAMPIONSHIP llocjicr Ill-Idea euually as well as Speaker and hailed in more timely liis catch of Diiylo'e near liomor in tin- docldlus contest was iho best lieldins eliort of the series ami prcSalily tho greatest on any diamond. Winner's ilcldlns not- ii'jiy In tlio first four games was sen- __, r i H'hlv Iu Uio iirsi i our VH Toronto Baseball Expert Gives His of World's Series-Has Great Praise For Mathewson BY CHARLIE GOOD IN TORONTO NEWS Thv Bed Sox got the Ms end of tile crack of the bat, but wlwn they sa-.v the short stop circling around they hesitated momentarily, and then As a consequence tha tUo money iu the World series, but tbe Giants got the chief.share of the glory. 'Tho best team did not win; there is little doubt on that score. On the play as a whole the men of had a decided edge on upon their opponents and with any kind of n break iu the luck would have won Irithout question. Mathewson deser- ved victory In each of the three games that he pitched, but he was unfor- tunate enough to have hluuders made behind him at critical moments which helped materially in bringing about his downfall. In the tie game, for instance. Speaker was enabled to make tho circuit ot the bases on a Itlt that at the best was only good for throa times. He should have heen easy out at the plate, but Wilson, had succeeded Meyers behind the hat, was shaky and nervous and dropped an easy thvow at the plate. Speaker would have teen out by ten feet, but for this unfortunate miss- chance and as it was he waa lucky to scramble Imck to the rubber he- fcro "Wilson who was dsaJ on the play recover the rolling sphere. Almoit A Crime The last game was really a crime. Matty should have won it without any jhadow ot doubt. out-pitched both Bedient and Wood at all stages and never in his long career showed bet- tor form. His "old soup may have been a little feinky... hut the "old noodle" was working overtime and he was at his heat in the finishes. Tho efforts at the rabid fans, who were armed with rattles and all Kinds of noisy instruments, to get his "goat" were futile. He refused to allow them to shake his composure find for all the attention that he paid to tha frantic fans ho might as well have been in a padded cell. The "Peerless One." [His perfect mastery of the ball was the strong suit, and though he issued more passes than is uaaul fcr him, it was done in Uiree of the four cases intent. He tried to 'work the batsmen to hit at hard halls, but they refused to bite. Wood and Maniuard have been generally acclaimed the heroos of the series, but when all is said the real honor belongs to the "Peerless One." Matty Deserved Victory As I have before pointed out, New Tork should have won the final game, and with It the world's championship inside the regulation period. The should have heen I to 0, instead of 1 to 1 at the end of the ninth. The count which Boston made in the sev- enth, which allowed them to tie the score, was the veriest kind of fluke. It was scored In this manner: Stahl shot a short fly to left, which Fletcher etarteu back after and stopped. Suod- erass and Murray were also away 'nltu sh-jv hut any mistakes that he mude ivoro AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAS! VERY CLASSY all fell safe, though anyone of the j Qct. Australian' rio could have got it with consum- (.lk.tt.icts their visit to two strikes on him when "Silk" Loughlin missed a third, which appar- gnme. started again. h: t male ease. A. charity and a pop-up fl'fji'nipcj" tonight alter iMeating the followed and then Hendrlkson pulled ijjtei'n here today by seven oft' his now historic double, after be- lvas expected, they ptov j ing virtually struck out. Matty had cj (heuiselvcs to he the sill erior every department of the Their howling was masniiic-, ently got the outside corner. The ucldinc; as good as could he ball he hit was high and wide, and expected under the conditions, anil was going foul when it struck the tueir batsmen showed themselves cap- third bag and vent for a double. able of doing what they liked with That Ttrrible Tsnth. the locals. The Winnipeg team at the history hasebaH their MacKarlane starred with Ihc bat, the former scoring 20 runs, and the lai- ter 18. Jack Aright also contribut- ed 20 runs. The weather was ojright and though a cold breeze was in evi- dence it was remarkable for Manitoba to play a cricket match so Lite iu the season. After a banquet in the even- ing the visitors left for Victoria. Never in was more excitement crowded into one Innings than in the fateful tenth. The Giants apparently .put a hnmiuer- loek on the title when .Murray doubled and scored on Merklo's single which SOt away from Speaker. The former's drive would have been a homer on any other grounds, going high and tax into tho short left Held bleachers. Matty was supremely confident when he faced the Sox In their halt and he had Engle speedily in a hola, ultimo ly forcing him to lift a long fly Snodgrass. There was no excuse in the world for the muff which follow- ed. An Awful Muff No ono interfered with the fielder. He -was dead under the sphere when it came down, and as a matter of fact held it for a fraction of a second, be- fore ha allowed it to ooze through! TINKER WILL GET RED LEMON JOB Cincinnati, Oct. JnoTin- kiM' may be tltc mist manager ui C'hieiiiuaU HuKcbalL eluh was fiven oflicial veriiU'atioii tonight wlu-u Prreidcnl August llcmnau ot club, iu answer to a as I" whether Tinker would be manager, siiiil no definite arrangements ro- gardiui; Tinker have in-en tlit'rt1 Is no denying the fact Unit lie IIIIM hi'tm considered and asked for his 1 terms in case he fan lie jniroliased iu the regular way from Chicago." STOPPED HIM EARLY Cleveland, 0., Oct. Gav- jgan, of Cleveland, tonight- stepped Walter Htanton, of California, iu the st'cond round of a proposed ten-round go. Swat Adamson, of and Kid Kieland, of Chicago, fighting at 135 pounds, boxed tea fast rounds to a draw. MARKETS Humor new has It that "Joe" Tinker, the great shortstop.of the Chicago Cubs Kto be the manager ot the Cincinnati Ited3. It I. not known what has donl'To such punishment, for surely he Is eatll.ed ,o better treatmeuL That Cincinnati assleuuiont is cue sweet job to stay clear ot t WRESTLING BOUT FRIDAY NIGHT WILL BE FAST AFFAIR Jack Taylor is in the city, primed to a finish, and ready for John Berg Friday night. Taylor recognizes in Berg a light In respect to Berg, we have a man who has wrestled the big heavy- weights of the land to a standstill, and has cleaned up all in his division _. h I heavyweight wrestler, who is at tlva grass that by' his overanxiety allowed j the scales at about 200 pounds. Kid: ing the title jointly. Ecblnnd Taylor's manager, believes! When Taylor meets Berg at the ,s muii "is P'-ot'ese.Is as good as Derg is, Majestic Friday nlslu he will -vore would have captured easily pound for pound, and with Taylor's sii-j man of the mgliest type m hi? pro- Ranged the whole complexion of the pcrlor poundage, he can see nothing to fusion, and if. Taylor beats Ins op- ponent his rep will be inndo. the Sox to really win the third game. His muff after a run for a ball which Devore changi contest. Mcrkle's Bone-Head Play But a mechanical blunder can be ex- cused. They are part of the game. There were no extenuating circuin- Etances iu connection with the mental "boot" which was pulled off by Merkle later in the Innings. The high foul Speaker put up was in the first- j baseman's territory, 'but he stood like a wooden roan ami watched Meyers! chase the ball vainly. Speaker then made the hit that scored the tying run and made it possible for Hooper to win the game with a long fly to Devore. Hooper Starred All Through When sizing up the individuals in the series, exclusive of the pitchers. Hooper, H 017.03, Devore, Meyers, Wagner and Murray stand out above tho others. They were equally as good as the attack as on the defense and played grand hall althrough. it but Taylor. LUCKY PUNCH Citron Getting Worst of Mill When He Got In a Solid Punch New Tork, Ocl. Citron, the local heavyweight, knocked out Tom- my McCluskey, of Bangor, Me., in the fourth round of a ten-round bout at the New Star Athletic club tonight. McCluskey, with an advantage of 20 pounds, was outpunching his opponent when a hard right overhand swing to the point of the jaw forced him to talte the full count WINNIPEG AMATEUR WOULDN'T TURN PRO. Lestor Patrick Attempted to get Ham- my Eaker for Coast Hockey League Winnipeg, Man., Oct. Pr.trick has left for the east in an endeavor to scare up some hockey players on his new coast team. After making a special trip to Winnipeg In an effort to secure the services of "Hnnimy" Baker the star wiug.juan of the champion .Victoria hockey team to whom he made an unsuccessful of- fer of and position worth a month. Patrick had to go farther afield, "Ilaiumy" declining to turn pro- fessional. tf TEAMS FOR THE HOLIDAY MATCH The Callles and the S.O.E. will line up as follows for their game Monday: Cullies: Mclntyro, goal; Dan- net-man and Eastou, hacks; B-rennan, Whyte and Clarke, 'half-backs; Wright, Mcllvena, Glen, Lining and Tennaut, for- wards. S. O. Firth, goal; Karris and Frier, hacks: .Willets, Hoi- berton and Lee, half-hacks; J. Gurr, Ball, Parker, Jordan, A. Gurr and Bestwick, for- wards. LETHUP.IDGE No. 1. No. 2. Northern............ 0.115 No. ;t. Nortllorn............ 0.03 No. -1..................... No. 5................. 0.50 No. 1 Alberta lieu.............U.US No. 2. Alberta lied .............O.C5 No. 8. Alberta No. -1. Alberta lied...........0.58 No. C. Alberta lied.............0.41) IJran. per ion......., 21.01) Shorts, per ton............ 23.08 Oats, per Ion, sacked Rolled Oats 27.01 Eu'.ter and trgga: Dairy butler Creaim'ry butter 0.35 Kggs, 0.3? Hotjs: Dressed, pnr 0.11; Live, per pound.......... O.C- 5 Poultry: Geese, O.tl Turkeys................: 0.23 I-ive spring chickens, per Ib... Fowl.................. 0.13 Ducks...............v... 0.1S Vegetables! New potatoes, per Ib.............. O.OJ Ilcets, per Ib............. Carrots, per Turnips, per Ib............... 0.01 Onions, per Ib.......................02 to Cattle on trie rtoof: Steers, per pound Steers, dressed, per Ib Cows, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound Sheep: Live, per cwt. Dressed, per cwt....... Hides: Green, per Cured Dry Sheep pelt. I o.od .05 .10 B.OB 11.01 O.OS to C.03 to 0.10 to 0.15 0.25 to 0.7S WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES, Winnipeg, Man., Oct. markets today were Oct........................... Dec................... Way Qct............................ Nov..........................., Dec............................ Oct............................ Nov................... Dec ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE, SOME PRODUCT OF EARTH- SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 Roger Breshanan Let Out These October days wea an Overcoat Cash Prices Nor. Nor. Xor. No. 5........................... No. (i........................... Feed Winter Wheat- No. I No. 2 'No. 3 No. -1 i No. 3 C. W................... Ex. No. 1 Kced No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed.................. No. 3 jNo. -1 Feed............ Minneapolis Whe- nce............................ May Chicago Dec............................ May........................... July grain Open Close HOJ !I2 S0> 90-J 86J SH 91J 92i OSJ 3S-J 35J 36 33J 31J 1.31 1.35J 1.33 1.311 1.2li 1.29" 111 87 83-f 74 St. Oct. BresU-1 tM.m, declared Breshenan would not before the owner, would make a fl8bt enan was called prccidcnt and attorney of tho St. Louis National baseball club yester- day and discharged as manger of the tcr.r.i 1n so far as those In authority could discharge him, according to a friend of lireshenan today. Al- thr.ush ho holds a four year contract with the club, one year of which he hoi; served, Breshcuaii was told tlmt hi-: services were not. wanted longer. A man closo Ihouo in control of the tho courts to compel the club to re- spect his contract, which calls a sUary of a year and ten per cent oC the net profits. When Hreshenan wa.9 told ho wns net wanted, ho cited his contract. Then the cluh officials offered to make any reasonable setlloment. with him. Tho incolliib', it was reported, vir- tually hroko up in a row and there 'will bo another conference to deter- mine what courtio shall ho pursued. Style, and Value a Fit-Reform Overcoat." We have the lightweights that are the right weights. All the new a splendid variety of new effects. Always glad to show them to you. McKELVIE McGUIRE, S9j- 9-1-V 91} 93 971 MJ CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET Chicago, III., Oct. news in- duced buying of wheat totlny, and pushed tin; market Export sales the hears. Favor- able weather aKl big receipts north- west seemed to hn regarded as hav- ing been discounted sufficiently for the present. Tlio opening was tho same as lasi night, to up. Do. c-ember started at 93 to 93'A, ahailo to higher, touched and then rr.se to Oats became firm in the absence selling pressure. December opened a sixteenth to higher, at to and ranged between and cents. ;