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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HiS'J. Pace 6 FIVE CLUBS AFTER HIM Frank Chance Gets Offers to Manage New Teams GREAT POLISH WRESTLER TO APPEAR HERE FRANK CHANCE (By Hugh Fnllerton) Game, clean, square, loyal to bis men; the highest tribute that can' bo paid him is that those he fought hardest on the ball field are his beat friends off it. He never compromised with an enemy nor crossed a friend; he never entered either to money or to clamor. He ac- cepted all the blamo and slmr- v ed royally with his men all v praise. They can kick him out of tho game, but never out of the hearts of those 'who love v the best in baseball. Chicago, Oct. major ball clubs anxious to sign Frank Chance as manager for n-ext season, the peerless leader, who gain-, od fame as head of the Cubs far the j last seven last night tor, his country home in California, ap- parently to. retire from the national Ba'The news that five clubs sought Him ns manager 'was given 'out by Chance himself, though he declined to tell which clubs they were. It makes no difference, was the way the bis follow put it, leant deal with any of them, for Murphi hasn't given me my release I can though that he has granted per mission to four of them to dicker with me. Otherwise they wouldiit rtaro to make overtures to me while I'm f member of the Chicago club, l ,-ot three telegrams and one long distance call yesterday, all offering me a chance as manager." Objects to Being "Peddled "I paid no attention to the tele- grams and gave no satisfaction to the party on the telephone, for 1 imow all of them had obtained per- mission from Murphy to approach me and Murphy's scheme is to peddle .me around and to work me oft m trade to the highest bidder, getting as much talent as possible lot Wsi 1 of the Wrestler and Will Soon Settle in Sunny California ZBYSZKO Great Polish wrestler, the one man Frank Got'ch has been fighting shy of for so long. He will be touring the West in January, and will appea in Lethbrftige, according to Informa lion received by the Sporting Edito of the Herald, from Jack Heman Zbytzkb'B manager. This will be an excellent opportunity for JacK Taylo to get a .try-out The Pole we.gn about 210, while Taylor usually tip the scales in the neighborhood of 200 pounds WOLGAST VS. RITCHIE i An Attractive LightweigVi Bout on American Turkey Day New York, Oct. SS.-Aftor slvln considerable thought to tho Tmch'te in'preference to Joe Mandot j or Joe Kivers for his opponent at Frisco on Thanksgiving day. Of the trio of lightweights who are hard upon his heels iWcuie is probably the most clever, but 'the least rugged. Quite likely this was the deciding factor that influenced in making Ins se- lection. Usually Gets Final Punch Wolsast put Ritchie to the test In a four-round bout last May and scored two knockdowns, although it was tho .champion's first outing since recover I in" from his operation. At thai Ritchie's suutrior boxing skill en- bled him to secure a draw. But o ast has little fear of a .light-hitting oxer no matter how clever. He fig ires -that bis rushing attack will al vays wear down men of the. Ritchie So far this figuring has been correct, as he .amply demonstrate! i-nlnst Owen Morgan, Frankie Burn: and otheis whose superior skill wa unable to stave off the knockout punch n the. end. Is Wolgast As Good As Ever? But there Is a whether'th champion still retains his full quota o stamina since his operation. At les-i ncac of his bouts since his illness ha served to demonstrate that he is -ood as ever. Since Rivers was easily defeated by Joe 3Iandot .-eccntl SPLIT IMMINENT IN BRITISH RUGBY Old Country Union Faces Scan- dal as Result Develop- ments From Suspen- sions 'London, Oct. "O.-EnsIlsh rugby football is faced 'with a scandal whiO mav lead to a wider breach in tn the champion's narrow escape fro lo-ing to the Mexican takes on adae significance. All reports of the batt agreed that Wolsast .was not the sair nan r' drt la many re-'pecvs. Ritchie Superior to Mandot Ritcuiu has been Improving stcadl since he met WolsaHi in that foi round try-out. He ou-.poinU'd Mand at New Orlca-as, and did it in a m: ner that left no.doubt of super! Hy Unless Wolgast gets over a .f cr-i'hin'g swings in the early part the battle lie may Himself be tho first one -to weaken. Ritchie is excbptlon- ally clever-on the defense, and tt ol- Kist will have to be .little sliort rf his in order to pierce the Caliior- -lian's guard with a decisive blow. If, tho bout goes the limit Ritchie looks I to have more than an even.chance rf get-tins the decision. The public1! choice for 4f i ycars, and still a rival.1 Sold by all first! class dcalersl cafes and clubsl LETHBR1OGE MARKETS No. 1. NonlnM-ii tjii iX No. 'J. Norllu'rii N'o. :i. Norlheni No. I...................... No. 1. AlhfllH lleil No. 2. .Mbcria Iteil.......... or. I Nn. X. Alberla Hud No. -I. AllicHn lied....... Xu. 5 Albcrla Bran, per ton........ SbortE. per ton........ Oats, per ton, sacked llollcd Oals (By Ed. W. Smlth.V Chicago, Oct. 20.- The mat game know Its greatest exponent, Frank lotch, no more. tortures of training never from my memory. one Was Well Earned. will be The absolutely horrors' of training the in the Gotch mind -need, as me case may In other words the champion will attempt to worry along now on vbat he has accunu- uted-and h e ta o [O 1C UilB ,eace and :Also he will without the torture of having think that within a ce have to start the going "on the road' "or a hard match. Da-nte never nici t fi ,-uarfcrs Zhysco srolOlng. London, Oct. SO.-S shire Stakes..a haiif mile onertnrlong ket, for a purse of day, and won by year-old chestntu lo 7. M. Sail brown.filly, La Dote was second, ;uid f. three-year-old browi I 25 to 1. was IhVnL The also-rans Lance Chest, 100 to 1 Erlegh, a 8 to I I are scoldliii! mo in some ByrollVi Eton ll because I don't wresile Hqinerton anilB'J >aln. They may keep on I 1 don't care. I beat himl well' and" 1 Have all of the nullifications. I wish ".-IS 21.00 23.00 20.00 27.00 Butter and Cggi: Dairy 0.''' Creamery butter 0.35 Eggs, ircsh................................. 0.31 1 Dressed, per !b............. 0.11 Live, per 0.0 j y Poultry! Geese, -llva O.H Turkeys........ 0.21 Live spring chickens, per lb... Fowl O.K: Ducks jl'SG New potatoes, per lb. O.Of Beets, per lb................0.03 I Carrots, per Ib.............0.02 j Turnips, per lb. 0.01 "Onions, per to iHides: iGreoii. per ID. 0.08 to O.OOW loured 0.09 to O.OSVi jnry to Sheep pelt, each........ "-25 to 0.75 j Cattle on tne Hoot: i Steers, per pound...... 0.0 Steers, dressed, per lb ,0.1V a on Cows, per jimrad dreiied, per pound r cwt or i est money man eve.- ?ot. Maiden e' of having to aPOiolng. i ;T ortain time he will ,ion't doubt tha 1 oouhl do hideous grind of but 1 i be in _.! lit in trv it. Thais linal. .uui to set himself lit worse tor- with more than trhhtful ideas of an inferno Ootch entertains about training. 11UI LtUlia it's a viio have rc-itchcd a certain i .roublous yea'rs oftbe grind, _b -.i-a n nui i H.MI-'I- c.nationtotry.it That's Inml .and I care how you m..Ko -it. -Sc-on after Ch-istmui we are out io California In the southern pan of the state I'm going to pick out a patch of laud '.hat isn't too ex- ,P113.ve and I'll buy it tor a winter Mrs Qoich is wild about ami lemon trees and wants the front yard. Chat's the and Man Wolf, Oliver Goldsmith, Oiij en. Sohioski, Whisk Symon. Lance Chest has orite in all betting troublous vea'rs oftbe srind, WIK. tl-i-m ra trou lous. Ciotch a place 111 gc> much .he saino tell- somebody n. Ask Jack .1 ohnson" and he will tell the A and give me most of the cd by professional teams. jne lor caan uu- cash I'll he a member of the Cubs next year unless he refuses to offer .1 UV I" Recently the Northern union adher- ents invaded Devonshire and Attempt- KILBANE PUT DUGAN OUT J) ll n) roo a contract at all. Then, of c.l to recruit players it will be too late for. mo to get a job as manager, but he can keep me out of a lob If he wants to." Just what clubs are after the lieer- lees leader cannot be told, hut look you, if he is in thfe Gotch Afraid of Grind. The other day I -an Into Gotch in a the i -rr-ii Siim since mil, here. Civ' 'n a under a heavv'cloth hr.t, the Iowa slur looked fat and slec-l! as a retired business ore 'aim was to extract "most of the good things to eat out of this life. I joshed the champion to, his appearance, bill he simply took off the "oat and then gave me a -rm but IHlle I.eavier than I was a year he "It's the coat, I 8'Ootch has just Closed up the _ rail work on the farm and is cnstir.K about I'll have somebody run It the year round, because in the summer v return to Iowa and attend to husiM there. what 1 cull an ideal aaain and train! Ouch, but it makes liw mid Ootch acted us if ho meant it. This is the best answer that can be niudo -to Jack Herman and his earnest efforts to get a Gotch match for ZbyiCO. Army Play South] in- over the situation it looks as It Ill" over LUK they might he Cincinnati, St. Louis, Brooklyn and Philadelphia. Indica- tions are H-M the fifth one was an American league club, and it was sa d this one 'was ready to pay the- I. L nearly double the salary he ivas set ting as manager of the Cubs. Wants to Be "Free Agent' nhmioB declared some time ago tha Calgary Tigers to PI IT) lay at reg Saturday This teams Has revised the rugby rules form it plays is so strenuous that fesslonal players arc- necessary tor a successful team. Some of the Devonshire players who have been suspended for nego- London, Oct. 30.-I West Ham United ern League today, scored. Rugby games resil SouUi Africans, 10 :J 1C. Cambridge Tjniveral Hospital, Oxford University, 1 pital, 3. AMATEUR TEN-MILPJ PIONSHiP WON meltall.. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICED Oct. M.-Futures opcn-eiJI ii. J0 lower, and declined furiherl iliunng the course of the morning Lower cables, a weaker Am- i we're all bearish factors. European rows lias been rather re-assuring than -cns-uional. Under these conditions, iii-l very poor export ciuiuiry, then- Urns little to favor the bull side. AT'cnliue reports arc optimistic Harvest, will start 111 two weeks, nils are firm and in fair demand, tun- weak but little 'changou. Receipts were: 1014 cars 500 cars In sight. Cables closed: Liverpool, to lower: Berlin. '4 lower: Buaapus', Antwerp, lower. Tha opening and cloning pnc.-s Mr. today follow: Wheat- lioulli. iovcmber Iim" [ins apparently the fourj Unle i. 111 II Lliiiicj National league clubs Have hopes of getting him by that means. Chance doesn't have to play ball, for he is well off financially, and while he hates (o pass up baseball while lie is si! a vonng man, he declares he will do it 'unless he can deal with the offers as a free agent. Consequently he ic" w.." ever 'with other baseball clubs. John Evcrs, ncwlx app is general n they declare the Northern union in- ;by union, they system at the investigation which and has Ebeen" ordered by the governing committee of the union. The scandal comes at a Inopportune time, as the South Afn can Springboks have just commenced a tour of the British Isles as the 1 rolivn front to the invaders order to wipe out the mil: World's Scries Not Pink Capt. Larry of tho Giants, 111 upon nn incident in nnn of the noston-Nc'w Ycrlc gomos, when Spe-iker HerzoK nearly came to blows, the former declaring that iho n i _.. i lilnd.- Ir'm liideous ideas, l.o. i Alhcrta, go to on Saturda> about tra.nins- I le heieaitei lirst game ol a srrn-s lor bother me so much. once in a white, -isaally a 'lien I'm' sitting at home and New York, Oct. formerly of the 1'astii; of Xcw York and now the amateur athletic ten mile chsmpionsi-J Extern Motordrome, .today. He iinished t-l C-ilcarv Oct 3d .-The Canary Louis Cott of who 'lor the third successive last years champion, i rucliy chamiHonship Inn nn Saturday o Sailors Watcll Clo Xo. I Norther., 2 .Northern Xn. Northern No. -1 Northern to plaj- the lirst game ol a srra-s lor the chanipior.sliip ot Western (1am va. have been completed As illustrating the I terest taken in the i I New York and Hostor.l and wonde Irritation those f.ix things "PJlmve to he eight weeks Hns o I Uiat would bo neccs.ai, hate to sco two rival dubs all mins-lme Into 1 lUll'! W lins around friendly in surli a scries so mucli on the. result.; but a word's series sh'uld lie, rtlstliiKuishible from a pink tea. Oiv-o'mc a sny. Hint is in .there ins all tire time." "No hid my 1 Roy Knhn. Ihn young I'rtano calcll- er who is a brother of lied Kuhn of K PoHland asul Chicago, will join -She Francisco next spring. This laceived details of'the less while chnisiiig a'i chusetts coacf and lati ing the war licet In th< Sam employed wl'.-ele.j fiash reports of tin; K-1 men at. sea from nava the Atlantic cbaet. No. 1 Ss Xo. i.................. Oats- No. c. W.............. i.................. lid 1.5.1 Xo. I N. Minneapolis Wheat Opt'" iiocr-mlier........ 32-ri Chicago Wheat i! i'c-fjember........ lirnufill tlicn, .vitl, mbnt of us, 1 Hut with (raining it Is vastly different. ih j GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET President Murphy yesterday and inej that tour atj of the Scottish union The P- Suarters as there was no barn- SCIlt Invaders declare that thej vi l-orm g date. This save President] TCturn with a clean score, an Murpnynn opportunity to present they are determined to shov.- tht ildnio Zimmerman with the diamond ,hat their victory was a fluke, mined lact EprinK Heinb'-! tho sea- BOU. Salaries Of Young. Pltchcro New York evidently pays le-as sahiry to recruit pitchers .than- Clerolano. Jeff Tesreau, the Giant apltballar, re- j oeived only this year, whereas BUI Steen, Krapp and Qregg signed contracts with Cleveland for more than Tcscrcau received a bon- us of ?1200 from McOraw for helping win -the National League pennant, anil addition he Bets his nhare of the seriM coin, so iho season lias .keen quite profitable. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET TEAM OFF FOR After Defeating British Eleven With Eaeo Victoria, Oct. Australian cricketers defeated British Columbia In a throe-day match by 452 runs in their second Innings. Tho visitors amassed 253, and in reply the Brills! Columbians could only reach Iho in tal of SC. The Australians nail to morrow for home. YOUR SUSPENDER INSURED? llaBgow. Oct. H <'lnr, rattle Importers, of this Port that with Irish ratilc- oil. and clo-so weather, a v--iis experienced. Host tirii at, to KUj secondary are lo (PIUS. 8Un, and WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP CARTOON m -he durinfl the terrible tenth at B..t.n. CHICAGO WHEAT I Chicago, 111., Oct. 1 I Russia and Austria coiicorn1.: the Balkans forced tho I today to a lower level. Ue3i [temper was increased by tho 1 Ins crop outlook in Argentina, I pecln were also for continued leneipts northwefit. Tlio opening fignrc-n showed tn -'A decline, lluccmbcr I lo a loss of io I fell to recoipla weakened started ID 3a lo and seemed dispo-i''1' p limits. ;