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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PagejS THE tETHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD Thursday, October Thaell Dodd 305 SIXTH STREET SOUTH, Lottery on the Cambridgeshire Hoise Gol Victoria, Oct Davison, of held the lucky ticket in the rsammcth English race pool here, the Cambridgtihlre sweep, which amount- ed to Mrs. Cook, Victoria second gets anrf L. H-snd-rson cf Victoria, third, gits W.505. Will Playing Year Round Unfit Players for Championship Series Wot Id's Tour Will Bring Something to Light No Doubt The world's tour of the and Whits Sox this fall and winter may settle ib.e argument as lo whether profession! athletes are JiarmeJ by Indul- gence iti their clic-ten erort Ihe year round without taking a lay-off during the winter. Many ubytlclius, trainers anJ other experts believe that ball playere. especially those on the better clubs of the major leagues, where there Is a constant nervous strain thro-.igb. the plsylns season of fix cioaths, need a few moaths of relaxation ar.d complete rest Few fans have any Idea of the strain and v-orrj-surrounding the players on a team which IB figbUng a ciose race for the cencant. Tbe unthinking rooter sees a leading team ft fast imd clover game, lasting less than two hours, and jumps lo 'the conclusion that the lite of a ball player is a perfecl snap and really one big round of pleasure. Indeed. It is a pleasant pistlme, but It !s also severe labor at times, The physical strain is not so great as ihe mental drag, as a long season draws to a close, a liaud-lo-hand light for the V'-.Vst honors, when every game, and. you might soy, nearly every mow :s made on the neld, liis'an un- usual importance. The basaball season, counting tbe training trip In he spring and tbe post series iu the fall, lasts nearly or-quite eight months. t is pretty general belief that a player needs the-winter rest In order to Pitched jiioie Complete recover his uervo-us form as well as his. physical deal of opposition among club owners and the i -----LApGE CITJES TO STICK TOGETH- ER WHILE SMALL PLACES MAY FORM MINOR CIRCUIT (Calgary Albert an.) is going to a time T.-faen tbere will be a" split in the West- ern Canadian Radng circuit, for there ave so many email towns always want ing to get in that it will be necessary. However, we are trying to stave off that day as Ions' as possible, but it has got to come. However, vben it Won Most Victories arid Also Twirled Most Complete Games Jolnson not only twirled ,r.ote victories last season than any other American pitcher, but he j The- Herald boirlm were given the rim of lives for the honors Jaat the Y. JJ. C. A. bbwllnf. lUcked- up against the- dormitory quartette, Eieh ot Ui thrte fames of series vas replete exciting passes acd the flulshot wire all breathlessly close-. The dormitory team succeeded In hauling HOVD Horald'a colori In the Crtt >et-lo.: The Dorms, seoured aa early ILLY HUCHES OF THE "SOO" PUT BOY FROM ALBERTA AWAY IN FOURTEENTH Port Arthur, Oni., Oct. tha lourlecnlh round o! z twenty-round 'the uVraild advertised for the (eatterwfight Rtira toward th. flnUh ot CanaJa, Billy Hujhci S..H nigh knock- made game eitremoly Interesting. The second go was a hummer. The.' Herald 'jumped lo the front at tbe start and it was tbe Dorm? tov> to iuali'9 a. fighting finish and they did taste. When the totals up the- Herald were shown to the good.. The third j two pins There anyone else. Tie Chalmers car win- pin ,r manlgers to tie AlSct ner went the route twenty-nine ftmji almost equally as and n....__._ j_i__i ino Herald g< the score: "couple oTmoniha in cTrtiTor California durlus I only "ofT'the rubber the Herald got It by 13 pins. the winter, playing ball nearly every day during the aS season. It hii been! once. Another hard worker was Jlc found in many cases that a player who does cot take a good rest during thOjg00tt 0[ Ihe Chicago While Sox. winter becomes stale before the regular season is over anil fails lo have the] "Death Valley Jiril" labored in Uvch- Buchanan spirit or pepper which arc necesjarj-Insredlenla on a team. Kjjv.sjr complete ?ames, while, his Long -Htr.ld 116 [ull contests, mraedlatelv for their respective training Arcps. They will have no real pitched twenty-four Dtrlod of relasatioa. Of coarse, this is not a severe strain in a playing way, j Vcan Gregg and Krcd FaJkrnbtrg ot 171 IBS 110 129 ed out Kid Wallace, .of Alberta. Up that, it was a nip and luck strug- gle with lots of go and'excitcrucnt. CURLERS PLAN MAKJNG TRIP WINNIPEG Winnipeg. Oct. the first] Unio in many years a Winnipeg rluk of curlers may visit EbEtem Canada this winter, arid.play friendly games. ARE NOW SHOWING A LARGE RANGE OF MOST EX- CLUSIVE ANO VARIED LAD. IES' Ulster and Suiting Patterns FOR FALL- AND- WINTER WEAR, AT PRICES TO SUIT j THE POCKETS OF ALL, j FROM PER ULSTER OR SUIT A LARGE RANGE OFj OF THE LATEST NEV.l YORK 1 DESIGNS. STYLES ARE ALSO SHOWN nochon, the? other. If the U ._ 557 66S 6S2 Jones bowled-last-two frames for the league and for baseball in general. Days of Bank Manager Salaries For Hockey Players Thing of Pas! Oct. 29-pBan'i managers salaries will'not be paid pro. hockey players the coming season by N'. H. A. "clubs, ths magnates havinz joint- iir arrived at the opinioa that they aoes come it iriil not a. split such ljke lo weir lur CTOts as well as some people anticipated this year.. ljie piaycls. probably the Eddie Plank pitched moie lull-games than any of his teammates. Tbe 571 SOD LADY L1GHTFOOT II BROOD MARE DEAD. Toronto, Oct. most not- d brood mare In Ca.'ada, Mr. Har-' ry Glddlng's Lidy Ltghifoot II, is! dead, at Cedar Grove farm. '-.She; vas 24 years eld 2nd was choloro- 'ormed on account of paralysis. Lady Llghtfoot, brtd by the lite i Glbhard In was Drought to Cznsda as. a iteeple- chssert by Mr. VI. F. Duspauah; but come it will "mean the fonnation of a minor circuit composed of ihe smaller towns In western Canada, but the lar- ger cities will always stick together or. at they will always work to- in setting the .So apoke E. If. Richardson, secre- tary of the Western Canada Racing circuit yesterday when asked about the rumors that Winnipeg might be dropped from the circuit because of a liiiiup this last year in arrangements of dates. Mr. Eichardeon stated that the. outfits irere br-aten as often as won by the motley oulfitc gathered from lar and near that disported themselres under tte flame of Toron- tos and Tecumschs, and goodness knows they were hardly fast enough to even hall hold iheir own in senior 0. II. A. company. Too many "sol- diers" drew down big mor.ey last rear and the X: 11. A. is doing the wise thins in cutting salaries. Let men lite Hoss, Hyland, Pitrie and Laviolette Iroth and They do cot hive to playY and it Ihsy are not satisfied with the tfrras oBcred, thirteen. The Indian was oiUn 5by-5Iack a? a rescuer, note pi Mack's i.y young pilchf rs eicept Shawkey show-1 :ing much cleverness at being.able to go the distance. v Jlaci changed pitchers oltencr any other American league leaden J i The Athletic slabineru twirled sistv-sevcn cpmplf te gamesj'-. the- .Browns' suDMfs turned in 101 !ull contests. The number ol complete games pitched by the other hurling stafis Kas as follows: By.New York, :V 75; by t'v" Washington, KENNEYMORE WINS DEWHURST PLATE London, Oct. Dew- hurst Plate, for two-year-olds, With Lindsay, Out., as their tolina- gops lhrougil. o! lion, to the (act that the velor-' an. J. H. has attended Winnipeg bonsplel for eighteen years. President E. J. Rqclion, of the Manito- ba Curling association, is nou- en- deavoring to make EO that at least .two strong rinks will the trlp'some time in Jnr.uaiy. It is slated that Mac Bvarten, cham- pion of the local bouBpiel ior the past two years, will skip one rink, and MARLEY for run at Newmarket today, was won by Keuneymore, 4 to 1 agst, the favorite, Corcyra, 5 lo 2 on, being second, and Carrick Fer- gus. lOtj'to 1, third.. 't KRRGW COLLAR Scene from 'The at-the jestlc Tonight one gunners she repaid amount a thousana i '------1.1. ._ having no success at that branch by 84 ft Detroit, of sport she.-passsd into.th- stud- Cleveland atoakville. It is Eald that sh: cost j just seventy- Mr. GIddlrigs about 535, If so, I mf gunnels j complete gameo last'year, the .rr.en i who pitched ten or mote lull coBtcits being as follows COMPLETE GAMES PITCHED Washington. Chicago.'. St. Louis. 23-Grcjg and Valkenberg, Cle-re- land. ar.d Dubuc, Detroit. to one. To Wickriam she produced Wirln, War Hc-ep, WIcMlghtVand; Flyinri Arrow. Tht named IV.rtc sold to the Klrkfieldi stable iftsr Wirin had ;earn.e'd. a j good dear of money for Mr, .OEd-i dings aa a two-year old. Hearts I of Oak Is anothlr of her slrej. He j won lalt year and this yeir.'. With their winnings before sale and the price he received fcr her progeny, Lady Lighlfoot muit hive added leas t? Mr. Giddlngs' finances. Art Ross and Hrland, ol the.Wander- and Laviolette, of the Cenafcens.l New ..._.-------- cf tlKse asked to submit to redac- Cleveland. s opinions of their own tioas of S500 In their salaries, over '3 lh" wticn that the last year. I'ifric, received a -Neff Yotfci were mads contract calling lor a bjg j ,.eT. not be proportion to their north. worryng. e a I after Hedge Rankiri, of Siratlord. rnest.'nt; held in Saskatoon waa one of tbe best ever held by the race men In" Western Canada. Each affiliated are just as good and probably BSBoqation was represented by from better only waiting for tic thar.c3 to one to four delegates and aside from gel in and mjfce names ior thein- 'discussion as lo the rules every- selves. The overtures made to Ran- thinj'was agreed upon without much i kin. Laflamme and other local firgurnent. j tcurs last season by certain ers, ".The only radical change Introduced tare llie at .the'meeling and carried, was the to eliminate the point system 1 or dedrjine harness races throusheul ,R M the circuit and to to back to the oM Toronto are up in ams as a MMenufr.co, -way of picking tie winners irora the du.b do thsy L.chtenhein and Kennedy are -thai had made the show- asVed (or salar.es altogether out cf j worrying. Tbe Utter Is said to Ir.g In Cro beats. This means that all hamees events will be limited to five htTalc and VIE] probably necessitate ths dividing oi the monei' In a caae of a tie.' H will not mean, however, lhat I atl harness races must go to five heals for any horse lhat wins three heats will win the race and the second and third will be- selected from the f.eid, according lo Ihe showing marie. The rules of the American Trolling! Association will govern all races held j on IbOYeilern Canada cirucull this year la tbe The qwslion of Ihe appointment of the officials for the various meetings left lo the executive. "Ike" Ruttlc of Cslgary, was re-el- ecled preiidint of tho circuit. 9. A. Ferric of North BattUford. vice presi. and E. rifchardson secretary. .The board of will be com- posed of representatives from Winni- peg, Brandon. Keglna and FTdmonfon ations of ihe cldes named. Boston; and Mitchell, SI. Lpuis. 19-Hamilton, St. Louis. 18-Boeblbg, Washington; Plank, Philadelphia Cicot-te, 'Chicago and ___________________-____________iWilletf, Deiroit. .1 17-Oroqm, Washington, and Well- According to repots from Montreal Rt Louis 8-Milchell, Cleveland. acd BlaciIIrjg, New York: CaUwell, erenz, St. Lo'Jis. 12-rWowl, Boston. 11-Brown, Philadelphia. DISCARDED CHAMPIONS STILL TAKE PART IN POST SEASON GAMES. Full Dreas Clothes for Evening could you if you would get finer tailoring than the Semi-ready Dress the, world's series thie-fall there four post-seasoti tvents, and it was a curkoul coincidence tbal there was at least Tine player in cacb of the four minor who had fak- on part previous world's series. In the Chicago city series there were Everg, Leacli, b'chultfr, Arcbfcr arid Zimmerman, ail of the Cubs. In the PltUh-jrgh-Cleveland affair t'nere vert Wagner, Miller, Wilton and Adams all of tbe Pirates. In tha St. Lcule city sfcrlea wag Charley oj [ho Cardinals, wbo look t.art In the three world's series ot 1907, J908 hnc 1S09, as a member of Detroit Tig en. (Intlly, In tho series between Milwaukee and Denver for the" West ern minor league ohamplonsh'lp there was Divr JoncB, of, the 1903 Tigers 4 OOOSVpN FAVORITE AT N. MARKET Oct. New. club two and a wu won by bar coll t Mil. The If tmxHi. Cunar- BiTOlf, 6 to t, 1TM KXOlld P. NeUrM'-Crlba, 4 to I, The finish and fit of our Drcsa Suits and the better tailoring of SemJ-rfady gannente stand pre-eminent and t prove their class. It is in the difficult work that the specialist stands -and at S25, 830 and we have Dress Suite and Tuxedo Semi-ready t-ailored. T H E SEMI READY STORE EMPRESS BLOCK, Letlibtidge S. C, BATEMAN, Mgr. This fihorfH a distribution o1 champion players, who neem lo Ibi to positions 'wllh flra class leamB, .tven after (hep havp been discarded by champion clubs. IN MEN'S SUITS 81 Men's Eall Sample Suits of. line quality worsteds and Uvcods. A buy just in tlie right time of the'season. Shades of blue, brown, grey and brown and grey mixtures. All coats, medium cut vost and well made .trousers, cxcellenfc trim-- miiig, and guaranteed correct sf vie and fil. .Judging by. our cx- nericnce they are well worth regular anil 822.50. n Speedy ClearancB Not all sizes in any one'line, but a good'rangc of in the lot, 331 o 42. For a good selection come early. 512 3rd AVENUE SOUTH ;