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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, September fir i JiO merica s Greatest Pianist Assisted by SOPRANO om Ticket holders can reserve their seats Tuesday and Wednesday at Red Cross Drug and Book Store n to general public Thursday reserve p Ian is almost sold out secure your seats early LIVE GOSSIP Manager .Fred Clarke, of the Pirates still has hopes. He still believes that the Pittsburgs will win the flag. is winning games for the Athletics" wdth his stick this sea- son. Rube. stands among ihe first half dozen batters in the American' League batting column. The Athletics didn't do much in De- troit outside of taking three out of i'o.ur games.-and making three home runs in one afternoon. .This must have been galling to the Detroiters dubbed Mack's crowd quitters. Jim McGuire, manager of the Naps will devote -the. remainder of the sea- son to trying, out new material. Short- stop Knaupp, from Texas, joins the Blues in Philadelphia, while Outfield- ers' Burns and Callahan are said to be on the way east. The Phillies have been more or less of a disappointment this season, but have caused lots of trouble for both CUBS AND ATHLETES !t Looks as if the Two Teams Wilt Fiflht it out in World's Series PUBUC SCHOOLS' FIELD DAY AT THE END OF THIS The Chicago Cubs seern a'bout as sure of the National League pennant as the At-iiletics are of the American, and that means that the battle royal' for the big honors nest October will j be played in Philadelphia and Chicago.' Can the Athletics beat .the Cubs? It! will take the actual games to give the answer, but it can be .set down for! a certainty that the oid league winner' be it -Chicago or Pittsburg will have'! no such-walkover as during the last-j the30this Set A Good Pro- grame of Events Arranged Yesterday .afternoon steps were tak- against Detroit. That is Jen to get ;the school a great ball team that Connie Mackjfield day under way. Some time, ago has built up, and it is handled by a [the school'board authorized. taking a great manager. day lor that purpose and. appointed -By getting far out in front before Itrusfee D. Austin chairman of a the burden of pennant winning honors 1 committee to see it yester- becomes too heavy. Connie plans to i day b.e met niale teachers of .-._ plL__._ avoid some of the-strain experienced by winning teams at the end of a close' race; and if this point can. be gained' it will be a great help to the plavers, particularly if the Pirates chase" the Cubs out. to the end. Ine team that is able to let down a little and feel comfortably sure has a great advan- tage of a lot of players who are kept on their tiptoes to very last game scheduled. Of course, it is a little early-to figure these things down too finely, for many things may happen before 'the season ends that will change'the complexion of affairs, but anticipation and speculation do no and, in this case there seems good foundation for them. The Ath- the public and high school staffs, all of whom were present, namely, Messrs Hamilton, May, Brandow, and Long. It.was decided to have the field day on IRrlday, Sept. 30. Entries for the championship events are to be made-with.Mr. Brandow, the secretary of the committee, and Mr. Long by half past four Wednesday, Sept. 28. Beyond this and making out a pro- gramme of events the.committee did nothing and will: meet the school Senior ;f 220 yardrdasli Half-mile run. ri High, jump Running broad jump- Hop, step-and Pole vault, Putting- thes-12 Ib. Intermediate 100 yard .-dash dash Half mile run High Jump Running broad 'jump Junior 75 yard dash' 220 yard-dash. High lump- Running broad Hop, step and jump The Special Events race, baseball fatigue race. legged. board race, wheelbarrow race, race, race, sack: race: ml t i jard: clash board at its next meeting to settle reiay 'contest other .particulars, .There will ?be three "championships, iunior for boys under 10 years of age, intermediate for boys from 10 to 14 years of age and senior for boys 14 i t Ui. t-JL UU I I.U-W.AM. j GCfcl Vi, CLU. 14. OdXlUl iVl 5 Pirates and Cubs. Fogel's furies have never'figured in but one and Certain events count won 8 out of 15 games played so far world's chamuionship battle, and that with the world's champions. On the was with tiie New Giants in 1305, other hand, the Quakers have been; wiien lost ingloriously four the easiest sort'of picking tor one' larsely because of the loss of Waddell's services, brought a- bout through .-a -real or imaginary in- jury received while scuffling with- a Giants; Charley Coiaiskey believes that eith- er New York or Boston would put up f -on; a train "Rube" said 'WU..V1 "-if ho ntlfi 01H-f mo A a? better fignt against the National League. than -would the Ath- letics. Comiskey believes Mack's team, lacks 'catching strength, and be- lieves i t. fast bunch, cf base run- ners. like -the Cubs, would -have a'de-' cided advantagerin a short series. John I. the, Boston Am- the trade with Hugh Duffy when he turned over Harry Lord and Andy Mc- Connell for Purteil and Frank Smith. he had hurt his' shoulder and could not pitch. Some were unkind enough to say that wbo' was then right in his prime, "was kept out of the by -New-York gam- blers, who make sure that the Giants should'not be beaten. The first time the Athletics won the Am- ericans, believes the better of ericaG .3fague in the war with, the National Leagus was still on.so there was no series for the world's championship. Had there been A VWiA 1 fiOJ.IX. _ _ i .is- of the opinion that Purtel ll wou'ld have been a contest between will play as-Hairs tw" Lord. There Is'1 no denying the'fac Smith the Red Sox have.: landed one of the twirlers.iin. fast company. finest OLBFIELD -WANTS TO RACE i____ New York, Sept. Oldfield is out with two offers to automobile drivers that proves, the confidence the track flriver has in his ability. Dan Smith, promoter of Brighton 'Beach meet Saturday and next Mon- day, Labor received this message from. Oldfield tonight: "I will give-oucright S500 to any driv- Ifa'lT IO 1TPTT1 iLIAN FiGhTER IS AFTE Eiil Whom Eperts Declare Be a Great Rina Artist Bill Lang, the champion of Austra- lia, has an ambition 'to become cham pion of the .world. is anxious to meet Jack Johnson in the ring, but there is little' likelihood that he will be accomodated for some time, as Jack intends to devote 'the nest year Lang is a better. .hitter than Squires and some good judges have declared has in him-tie mak- ings of He man physically, possesses some- cleverness and "a hard punch and is game :ring- ster% Lang was-to have Kauf- maniin a bout in New York-frecenuly. but'the authorities prevented1-the'mill. This 'bout.-wouldrttave. given the sports a good line on ability as a fighter. Lang and Kaufnian are to or so to gathering in the coin that j come together in Philadelphia. Labor comes the way of the world's greatest er who- equals or-betters my best-'mile {-fighter on exhibition.'.' tours. Lang, at Brighton Beach, and-will also make mn. outright present to De Palma if fee will bring-hiis car to the starting however, will wait. Meantime he is ready to take on any of the heavy- weights just to show the American j. 11 joint in one of free-ior-ail events at the Brighton.; Beach meet, either sporting public that he is no false a- Saturday or Monday, and will, further, bet him his backers or ad- mirers that'he will not win a: free-for-all event.: -ed.as a world beater, but who proved ,the worst kind of a fizzle. RING GOSSIP Pal Moore is scheduled to meet Har- lem Tommy Murphy in a six-round- 'bout in Philadelphia before long.1 Moore will go out of the feuxher- class to box Murphy, but he thinks he will be able to beat the Har- leia boy. Moore will.face the hardest iCUS'tomer of his careerun Tommy. Uke Ein SauireSi who