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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THK Tuesday, 31, 1011, Overseas Victims of the Flying Scotchmen Yes terday Afternoon Score 14-. Winners Had Much Best of it Second Half Hie Athlolk- ami i to Hie- tilinl kir do anything score, and their chime- voiH! 10 'ps Moore and -McMurlit- tiiii percussion of the Wrisht t'lir.rlly sonic sued but they incat- s'hiphi 1m- 1111 The Overseas Club'iy -wi-nt vrldu. One BOOI! shot of Me-- bh-el 'Mill-lie's Just skimmed Ihe tar. while had defeated tin- l-orcstere, and 11.-. .fm.._ .401 Caliber Self-Loading Rifle. This new Winchester is reloaded by.recoil, the repeating as well as ths firing rriccrian- ism being under control of the trigger A bullet fired from it strikes a blow of 2038 enough to topple over the biggest enough to reach the innermost vital spot. Tho wonderful in operation and powerful in execution, this rifle is neither complicated in construction nor cumbersome to handle. It Hits Like The Hammer Of Thor, P, in ATHLETES' SCORED NOTABLE WIN OVER TORONTO ideal aftorncoii (or of u corner. Towards the 3, _ The Oii, had it bis own way wi, .ooafli be. the Caiiies bunched up In team today avenged the defeat, Hc (j_u howov'0. show up as iioth i-lnbs a her.p round ihe 0. 3. goal and Sum- on the football team by To-1WCJJ' ]ls ;U McGm gimles. The McKim of off uer saved looked to be a sure! saturdav by winning a brothers of Qiiens did well in the _.. r-.-ii! tini nlu-ir cuf rif iiinrlv IUI11O ______ -T ru-.-re ?nai. but not clear sufficiently, .it HI u .he ball i'lulng Mcllvjnna, and a '-.vent round ho nut it in his groa ll'cs- :i'ui goal and thus savu the Shield colleges Jiml Piuerson: IL was tlio hardest of islanding was n; c t'.n'ViBtiii, 1 hciupson jt... the Overseas who had piny- Toronto Varsiiy. .1 i'Siiy same through, and; aunint'v; ivere well1 worth a draw, ur.d even; MniIen uwl the mosi r.rdcm supporter will, r'hiVv.'it'k. Si m in, navies, Me- that once iigiiin tlicir luck plac- i I-J-TP them winners. off with the: For tho Euston. IIIIIIUIVU U" jWl'Jl llo ill. .'HJUHl gUHIl B playing tho concluding game of While tile first half may have been.the series today. In this game the called tho half, there was -Wanderers scored eight points agalliBf no rjiiestion as to who the second Navy's twelve... The t-.irs after loniictl to, for the Overseas were hem- the game, unharue-naed the horses from mi'd In for nearly the whole of the the carriages and placing Captain Til- Kecond and rarely got away, and when on top drow the carriage through they did Ibeir shooting was poor and-the 'principal streets of the city to some good chances were thrown away, the warship. C. O. F. BOWLERS ISSUE A CHALLENGE Sporting Editor, Daily Herald: The Canadian Order of Foresters Bowling Team hereby challenge any other fraternal order bowling team in the city, to a series of games to be played at the Domin- ion Howling Alleys, it .being un- derstood that both teams consist of actual members of socioties contesting. The, date and other arrangements may be made by communicating with tho under- signed, c-o Sporting Editor, Her- ald. W. n. BHAITHWAITE, Capt. C.O.F. Bowling Toam. lucky to walk off the field winners by Ihe "odd goal In (Ive. Montreal had I ho best of the, play but failed lumenl- iibly in front of the -goal. It was u rattling good game from start to fin- ish and at no time looked easy for .Toronto though shortly after the in- terval th-2y led by two goals. i -Montreal followed this up by scor- ing twice inside of a minute. The Bjme was scientific, clover and clean, lint -Jlow in the first half. In tho soc- od both teams playd first class foot- ball with the exception of the Jiont- rual forwards when In front of the goal. Considering their poor showing ag- 1 ainst the Corinthians, and the fact that Toronto were the only team to boat tho famous club, during their recent tour tile form of the local team was surprising. The Scotch Whukey your palate prefers this: P. O. ROBLIN, CANADIAN AGENT, TORONTO, Dignity a Valuable Asset of Succesful Umpire An umpire must maintain a digal- fi'ad attitude on the field, and if there is one thing peeves Umpire Silk O'- Loughlln it is to ruffle his dignity. He courts an argument, provided he get! the decision .tvbich is .usually the re- sult, writes Umpire Billy Catcher Krichell, of St. Loute, put one over on Silk, -this summer that drew the laugh from both teams, and rrom the.spectators within hearing dis tance. O'Langhlin failed to appreciate His, plainly disclos- ed this, that feared higr entire team might' he sent -tortile clubhouse for'Kricheii's bou mot. In baseball, when a player meets the bail sauarely with his bat, som- of Iiis team-mates' sing out, "That'b putting the tvoc-cl on it, old boy." TJlirlug the game in question 0 ,'Loughlla was working -She plate and a foul tip struck his mask, near the top, sailing Into the grand stand with ter rit'ic speed. To erery one it seemed that, the ball struck O'Laughlin on top of the head, and while he delayed the game mom- entarily to recover his there came from the St. Louis' bench Kirch- Gll'-ji voice: "Nice work, Silk.' That's putting (the wood to it, old lu an instant 0'I.oughlin's expres slon changed from pain- to astonish- ment. He glared at the St. Louis bench, and Wallace, was re'iieved when he failetl to start a profession of ath letes to the clubhouse. Why Men Are Chased Contrary to general opinion, a ball player doesn't have to use impolite language to to ejectc-d from a game. One day last summer at Comiske> Park. Chicago, several White Sox plaj ers told the things -they had done to seriously ruffle the feelings of the umpires. .Billy Sox catcher, seldom argues with an umpire. When he does it because Ive is convinced that he is right. During the game in question S.uili van uelletbd the umpire missed i atrlltc, in a pinch, and be was about kick when lie noticed the plate was almost obscred by dust. He stopped and wiping the dust away witll his nig gloved, stnwiUed behind the batter and signaled the pitcher. Imagine Sullivan's surprise, as he waited for his pMchcr, (to hear ihe umpire say his services were no long- er required in that particular game. "Why, I haven't opened my said the surprised catcher. "I realize replied tha limp, "but you are entirely too proficient with the deaf and "That reminds me of'how I was clltiscd under peculiar .Ml Matty Mclntyre, in a game at Detroit, when I wns.o Tiger. An umpire called what I thought was a bad strike. To show my indignation I walked in a circle around the umpire and catcher. 1 didn't mean n thing, but I was sore. Mclntyre to Clubhouse "The crowd took the cire, nnd start- ed nftcr tho umpire. When 1 resum- ed my position In the box, the ump remarked: Mclntyre, -you .march so weil, suppose you carry thv parade to the clubho.usc.' Von don't mean' I'm out if 'E are ready to. show you T 'jlltlic new winter Overcoats. Here are the big, roomy, cozy nuke Iricmls wiili you at once. Styles are distinctively patterns arc llie tailoring is right up to the Fit-Reform standard. 434 MoKELVIE McGUlRE, game, do I demanded. "That's Just it. You missed your catHay when you began playing ball. You'd make a better soldier.' Anil 1 had to beat It." "Frslder Joues and '-Tun H.iirsi pull- ed a funny said Doc "WhH'e, the great southpaw pitcher of the Sox. "I was pitching, and Fielder waia not ag- reeing with Tim's ruling. As was his habit, .lie would rush in from centre to dispute the point with Tim. "Filially, the fool raoa and argu- ment got pn Tim's nerves and he de- cided to stp.n it. As Jones started in for the 'steenth time. Hurst hurried from behind -the bat to meet biiii. "Jones guessed Tim's intention and cropped to talk with George Da vis ju snort. But Hurst was not to 'be fooled. 'Kvaep on a-coming, Jones, until you get to the. Hnrsc shout- ed, angrily, while .Tones and Davis talked. "'Why, I haven't said a word to answered Jones, surprised. 'It's not what you've said, what you're thidking .aboitt me, plied- H.nrat, and, d'aspice Jones' so' Tim' stood firm." but RICHARDS WINS HAMILTON HERALD ROAD RACE Hamilton, Oct.. the Hamilton Herald road-race, Richards won; 2nd, Cotter 3rd Buffet 'lime of nmnoi 1.50 37 seconds. THE OVER- SEAS CLUB Lethbridgc Brajich Smoking Concert in St. Aug- tin's HaJl Friday, 3rd at 8 pW The. general an- nual met-ting of tho club will be held 'at 8 o'clock sharp, when officers for the ensuing year will be, elected and im- portant busiiiiss transacted. EASILY Hamilton, Out., Oct. Tigers and the llpntreal .fonvteen .mot this aftornonn iii the an'mial-.Thanksgiving least, and the Tigers a light luncheon nt the vtaiti.UK .foomon, tlie final score'lining 18 to'.S.- teams presented line-unr, whiidi weire not i full strenk'th, but the" IMntrenl ussre- gution contained moro' regulars thim the Tigers. Three thoUBH'Jid poopift witnessed the game. The .locals starl- ed Kith McN-jilly, McKelvity and Oli- ver on the back field.--.-George Bal- lard made his first appearaiice siuoa 1109 plajing it inmrtar in I place oil Burton. YALE'S CAFTA1N READY FOR GRIDIRON BATTLE. CAP1XTK Captnln Howe of HIP 1nlc football squall, has his clurscs whipped bh IP Bbiiw for the jnielllns season before them. He H confltleiit.that the 'Old Bll will Bit i iPiomil of tills tin- Krlil DYSPEPSlflMLETS ind cure the ;