Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
the Morris Tomorrow Night When Managoff and Taylor Tire Tuesday, Stiptcn.lwi'lO, AMERICAN LEAGUE PENNANT 'TORONTOGOES TO THE TOP Leafs in Exhibition Game While Rochester Lost Doubleheader rforonto HochMter Newark Baltimore Moatreal Jersey City Buffalo W. S3 11 71 68 GO 64 .67 .514 .503 .465 .542 .415 al. likelihood is not worry- from that which character, mter the fray with a tog over the outcome and In tact he Is going to Af_ gl Ml more confidence than he d d b .tor.. ho menlan used .11 hi, .Mil ...led to ftnd weak spot tatt. r.oUce change his methods of S expecting meet his opponent hall and B wltu uu- The bout last Wednesday cap der contract to throw Tomorrow lligM W.hwm Ustle to-a It t .nuiiaiu providence t Buffalo. Sent. 9.-Buffalo put a sev- .re Crimp in the Rochester "f 0.7T912 pennant by taking both Las ol todays double header to the Jreat sorrow of Manager John Qan-i Ml _____ Ath'letlM at T.wnto Toronto, Se.t S.-Toronto blinked champion Athletics of game light bat the gime marked by coma fleldlng features on both aides. _____ Ntwirk Provldince Nwark SepL McGlnnitrs dsteated the Providence Greys igain ll Newark today, the score be- ing 11 to 5. _____ Jersey City Wen Jersey City, Sept. 3-By an eighth inning rally, City rushed through a victory in the game with Baltimore this afternoon, winning bj a score of 8 to 7. Hunters Had Successful Search for Game FOOTBALL TONIGHT Clllies and Overseas in tie semi-final, winners of this to meet the S. 0. B. Thanksgiv- ing JMV in the final tot Wright (j. Charity Shield- ROSS PUNCHED JEANETTE LOW Negro Championship As- pirant Given Bout on Foul V GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES I ONE GAME' YESTERDAY There was only one game In tho National yesterday, when v New York 'won a double-head- v "or from Brooklyn. It was an off day In Ihe American league v no games being scheduled. v MARKETS Giants Win New York, York woi a double header from Brooklyn lodas uy scores of 2 to laud to first gamo was a intcheis battle uo twuen Tesreau nnd Rticlmoi. allowed only one hit lu the Mrs and that drove only BrooKlyn fl I the bases with three Hits In the eighth P could get ova. the tying New York won in the fourth on hit Becker, and Murray I ibljTwoTn the second game for New York in the flrst inning when w two men on bases he hit a home run Into tho left field bleachers. LETHBR1DGE Thero Is n further decline notice- nhlo today In tho price of ei-aiii on (ho local market. Otherwise there ore no changes. No. 1 Northern Northern Vo. 8 N'urthorn No -1 Northern "-6S No. r, No. 1 Alborta NNo. 2 Alherta lied NNo. it Alberta Red No. -1 Alberta Kcd 'D-58 No. B. Alherta Ued 0.49 Dran, per ton Shorts, per ton Oats, per ton, sacked Rolled Oats New Potatoes, per tb. i Deels, per Ib Carrots, per Ib 'Suvnlps, per Ib Onions, per Ib. Butter and Dairy butter Creamery butter Eggs, fresh' "CLARICE. .GRirriTja SURPRISE OF DIAMOND The Standings The Wonderful Showing Mads by the Washington Team, Under Leader- ship of Clark Griffith CAU1FORN1ANS AFTER SOALP OF JOE BAYLE San Francisco Light Seeks Bout With Can- adian Champion Njmrods who have gone out thi season in.search ol mountain gam have met with more success ha usually attend such outings. Messrs. Green! King, Hozeiton and Glenlster returned Saturday alter a trip to the mountains west of Waterton Lakss- They met with good luck, although thev had to work for all they got. Among them they brought xback their allowance of sheep, and lit. Green was lucky enough to bring down a large goat. This is the season of rejoicing for Clark Griffith, manager of the Wash- ington team in the American league Griffith has done what no other leader of-the Washington club has ever done the Senators a factor in a York, Sept. lO.-Tony Ross, pennant figllt. Washington has al nf New Castle, Pa., was disqualified aya found down at the bottom OI ,t ,____ hnnnoneil to b then manager. playing in Milwaukee during 888, 1SS9 and IS'JO, Griffith jumped to he St. Louis Browns to play for Com- sfcey when a baseball war gave the hittins ,ow in the seventh round in his flght with Joe Jeane te chal1- a. Tfc 4-ha Vio-itTvtVRlGIlt tltlC, ..t___n._nnr.rl a art rim cnger for the heavyweight title, Madison Garden tonight. aeiuumo hovering around second in the American league, and bid fai Jeanette had the advantage through tQ beat out tne Athletics, considere but the fight jabbing Ross continual- ttc team in baseball, but Conni iv and reaching him with lefts to world-champions find the tas tte face. Ross was bleeding from the ot overhauling the Washingtons an third round on and was oiten cau- one. The showing made tidned by the referee for hitting low San Francisco, Sept Hom- er the Saa Francisco lightTrelght, ontemplates a ;trip to British Colum- bia, his objective haiag a witfi Joe Bayley. the new Canadian light- weight chardplon. A number of other local boxers are also planning to go north, having heaTS of the good pur- ees offered up there. Sol Lerinsori, the local matchmak- er and manager, may take bis entire stable to British Columbia late In September or early in October. He open negotiations for matches -with promoters in Victoria, Edmonton Calgary and Winnipeg. that It was not until the seventh Jeanette opened up then Ross land- ed a low right hand blow ior which ihe referee disqualified him. National .6. 110 27-00 u.03 to (UV'a opportunity. In August he was TORONTO TEAM WON'T 00 AFTER MINTO CUP Champions of Dominion Lacrosse Un- ion Finally Decide Question Toronto, Sept. Toronto La- crosse teem, champions of the Big Pour will not journey to the coast af- ter the Minto cup. This is the final decision of the club management On top of this comes the information that the proposed trip of an All Star team to the coast S also declared off. Jim my Murphy, who was looking after the latter team, cannot spare the time from-buainCTS. I WOMEN WEPT-IN-.SYMPA- THY WITH "CHICK" v t Evans 'Was the Spectators' Fa- vorite in Golf Champion- v ship Match TEN-YEAR-OLD GIRL IS j SWIMMING MARVEL 1 New York, Sept Miss jury Miller, 10 years old, Is hailed today as a sirimmlng marvel as the result of her feat of swimming the Hudson river here in one hour and ten minutcfl. INTERNATIONAL RUGBY MATCH FOR VARSITY ii probable" that an in ternatfonal match with one uf the lar gcr'American collages will be on the program of tbo Vsrsity fourteen thi year. Ottawa collage, through the! clever coach. Rev. father Stanton have been negotiating for one, th proposition being to play the gam under the rules of Both colleges, ha half. Just where Canadian team deficient in tie running and pas Ing game will be brought out, shoul a match be arranged. D WOLGAST WILL MEET ALL COMERS .ightweight Champion Throws Down Gauntlet to All Aspirants CadHlao, Mich., Sept. own the gauntlet to all aspirants to Is title, Ad- Wblgast. lightweight Uiampion, wired today to his manag- er Tom Jones, at Los Angeles, to close any contracts with Willie Rit- chie uf SJTTrSictscb, Joe Rivers of Los Angaies, or Joe Mandot of Mem- phis which might be offered either n San Francisco or Los Angeles for fights in November or Dcconber. In explaining Ms determination to take cm three best flshlors i" Ws. J'- visioa, Wolgast announced that he was going abroad next year for fights in England and Australia, and that he wanted question of supremacy cleared up before his departure. TVol- gast admitted that he believed Ritchie should be given tho first chance at the title, asserting that in his opinion the San Franciscan Is a better man than either Mandot or Rivers. The final match to determine the United States amateur golf champion- ship held at Wheaton, 111, Saturday was replete with dramatic incidents. The east, represented by Travel's metropolitan champion, met the west In the person ot Western Amateur Champion "Chick" Evans and Evans met the same fate he has meted ou to his successive opponents tournament, losing by a long score. U the conclusion of the deciding match President Silas H. Strawu. o the United States Golf association railed for silence as the gallery whic had lined the course tor half a mil on- both sides, closed in around th green possible one. The showing made b is easily the sensatio of the year in baseball circles and the team were to 'win the pennant would be the most popular victory that could be brought about. It no wonder that Clark Griffith's cup of joy is overflowing. He is an old and experienced hand at the game but his bed in the past has been far rom a rosy Clark Griffith was nrn November 50, 1669, near Ne- ada. Mo., where' his father was a armor. Griffith attended the district cbool, playing "one old cat" nnd own ball with the other boys of. his age. His father' was killed Jn a hunting accident when Griff was two old, and tho family moved to Normal, 111., when he was 14 old. There Griffith continued his education and also played on th o. ed to tho Boston American Associa- 1 ion club, but was dropped count of a sore a-rm. Grillitl with Tacoma in 1892, but the club busted In August, and lie finished the season with the Missoula club because his family the season. In 1893 Griffith was at Oakland, Cal -and joined the Chicago Nation aJs in the middle of the season. He jumped into prominence the following season, and was known as one of the brainiest and smartest pitchers In the History of the gamo. Grilhth American .493 .492 .419 .372 .302 .708 .600 .699 .490 .455 .4411 .354 .841 C. W. HAGUE GOLFHAMPION school nine as a catcher and later a a pitcher. Griffith earned his first money m baseball by pitching a game for Hoopeston 111., Danville which ho won. For this he received 510. In 18S7 he signed -with the Bloomington Independent club at a salary of a month. The following year Bloom- ington joined the old International League. Griffith started with the club, but a month after the season Repeating Shotguns Trap shooting brings the yew won both the SMton's AmnfM. in rcUaile in action doit, BwJ rtw.W.. fcr Wrd shootlos, let quick, IsM OT inU kullt fataM They told Bj (of uskptaw Uluwiwd utalof, IMHMMUMN. :I now give Jerome Travers Upper Montclair the gold medal has earned as winner lor the thir time of the national championship said Strawn. "For Evans I will say that no man that ever lived could have beaten the golf that Travers has played this afternoon." Travtrs Makes Speech Travers, asked for a speech, said: "I am greatly pleased, and proud in- deed, to have met. and defeated Evans great golfer." was up against it, and golfers know what that said Evans after he had gono to his cottage and changed his clothes. "I was up again- st an unbeatable game. I did my best 1 have no excuses that I was tired or hot or anything like that. I simply up against it." Travel's plaved the third nine under par and the last four holes two under par. Evans weakened in the last few loles. His drives were short and his iron shots erratic. The immense gallery was strongly for Evans. His good allots were cheered, while Travers got scant and infrequent.unjlyise. A heavy silence fell as "Chlck'a" star declined. Wo- men In the gallery wept and many voices begged him to pull himself to gather. He got n good iron shot out ot the grass on the 30th nnd he was cheered for the last time. "Qo to it Chick, and pull it came the cries from the gallery Refuses to Talk Evans was called on for a speech aa President 3trawn handed him the silver medal for the runner-up. "Not Irom mo, not from was his reply. M. ho put tho medal In his pocket and turned away. "Bugs" Raymond Died From Injuries the History of the gamo. Grilhth re-1 Winner in Alberta mated with the Chicago Nationals until 1901, when be, Caliahan and Merles flopped to Comiskey's Amerl- sept 10_c. W. Hague, o can league club. As manager he led Calgliry Golf and County club, i the White Sox to the pennant m nmateur golf champion of Alber 1901 and ted the league pitchers, 24 Jnil me ln tne champion Jhe course on Saturday, when Hague beat p F Wilson, also of the Calgary Golf and'county club, C up and 5 to go. I IB the finals of the Consolation, C. I v. Dacre beat C. H. Sinter, 9 up and S to go. Red Deer Won First of Championship Games Red Deer, Alia., Sept. 9.-A great crowd of enthusiastic fans gathered at the baseball park this evening to witness the opening game of Ihe post -erics of Ihe Western Canada League for the pennant between Calgary and Red Deer. The Deers were in much hotter form than-their opponents, and with Dickenson in the box play-aft a ast and errorless game, defeatint algarv with Barney Camp twirling v a score of 10 to 7. Dickenson pitch d the best game of ball ever, sc-en on TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. options both in Winnipeg and on American exclmnees opened higher and 'the wheat market generally assumed a stronger tone. Business was active at the opening, but very quiet during tho last hour. There is a good de- mand in Liverpool, tor both 'wheat and oats, but Canadian exporters are being forestalled by very heavy Un- ited States shipments. The United States exporters are extremely busy just now. There is a good cash de- mand for all grades under No. 2 Northern, but business in top grades is hard to get. Canadian millers aro holding off for the present. There was some improvement In receipts, which included 20 cars of lew wheat. Total cms Inspected, 98; n sight, 16. Cables closed to higher. Weather is cloudy in eastern Munl- irfba, but clear and calm generally ov- er tho west. Opening and closing prices today, were as follows: Wheat October December Oats- October December Oclober Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 12 Northern ;ames won an 190" and then signed with the High landers when the American league entered New York in 1903. A wild pitch ty Jack Chesbro lost the pen uaut of 1904 to Boston in the final game of tho season. In 1907 Griffith dllit active work, after 21 seasons on the diamond, m June, 1908, he-resigned as manager at New York, and was succeeded by Kid Elherfeld for the balance of the season Griffith then became associ- ated with the National league, and acted as manager of the Cincinnati clnb in 1909, 1910 and 1911. This is the first year at Washington. Open Close 89% 90% 38-4 32% 161 Vs No. 3 Northern In partnership with his brother, Griffith owns a acre, ranch at Cral" Mont., which is suitable for grazing. It is at present Blocked with about 100 horses. He owns a one-eighth interest in the Washington club, which has been a big money maker this season. No. No. 5 No. Feed...... Oats- No. 2 C. No. S C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 No. 2 Feed............... 4................. lejocted..............; Chicago Wheat Open Received in a Scrap at a Ball Game Chicago, 111., Sept. Fred Cigranz.j 23 years old, was arrested today, and confessed to assaulting Arthur L. Raymond, former pitcher of the New York National baseball league, on unday, at a semi-profession .ball He said Raymond was a spec- tttor at the game, ami that some one threw a piece pottery, which struck the pitcher in the face. Raymond pick- te pcer n ed up the miasllo and struck Cigranz Oigranz said he had no idea that Raymond was seriously injured. He told the police he had known tho pitcher fifteen years. While Cigranz was being taken to the police atalion tho funeral cortege of Raymond -passed, and the prisoner wept as be told the story of assault. At the coroner's inquest, which be gan today, Dr. Springer said that Ray- mond died from cerebral hemorrhage due to a fracture of the skull. Clgrann's arrest followed. He wil he held, pending the outcome ot th inquest. mond was knocked down and kicked Athletics' Manager Decides to Take Steps to Strengthen Team After winning two world's cham- pionships with an outfield which real- ly never possessed major league class Connie Mack has finally come to .ho conclusion that he will have to Im- prove thin department of his team If he expects to bo a contender in future campaigns. So long as. ho had Danny Murphy in the game his hitting made up for tho ehortcomlugs of the other Holders on the team, but with the In jury to Murphy Mack found himself with a groat Infield, some good pitch ere, but a decidedly weak outlleW. 89 4214 41 37 l.'iO 131) Ii Close September 30% December May Minneapolis Wheat 88% September December II ay............ LIVERPOOt WHEAT MARKET Liverpool. Ens., Sept. lO.-Closing: wheat, spot-steady; No. 1 Manilooa, nominal; No. 2 Manitoba, 6s. Bd.; No. 3 Manitoba, 8s. 2'.4d. Futures strong; FOOTBALL RESULT London, Sept. lO.-Following at lilts results of football games played yesterday First Rovers 4, Suuderland 0 Chelsea 1, Liverpool 2 Oldhani Athletic 3, Astonvilla 2. Second Division Birmingham 2, Fullham 1 Blackpool 2, Grlmsby Town 1; Iliirnct, 0, Hull City 0 l.in- City 3, Leicester Fosse 0 d te es icse grounds, and the best ball in his league this year. The Calgary atlery were up in .Ihe air, and. it ooks like an easy victory for the flag or lied Deer. Score: 100 000 000-1 Barney Camp and Roche; Dickeli- son and Bliss: Champagne Stakes Doucastcr, KnS., Sept. 10. -'The Champagne, stakes, for two vear olds, six furlongs, was won to- day by C. Bowers Ismay's Cragancur, ay Desmond-Veneration, 15 to 8. R- liulton's Shoguu, 5 to -1, was steoiul, and Sir Berkley Sheffield's Scrcmonn, 25 to 1, third. Four ran. Great in- terest centers on the St. Legcr, tur last of the classic races, which is rui hero tomorrow. ;i AlallHULm, 03. ,a...... n, 1 October. 7s. December, is. CHICAGO WHEAT- MARKET Chicago. Ill-, Sept. lO.-Bullish ca- bles today caused tho wheat mailtot to take an upturn, opening prices ing V, to %'higher. December start- ed at 90 M to an advance of to and rose to SO'i. Oats held steady. December start- ed a sixteenth off to a like amount up at to and hardened to ST. LEGER RACE SMOKE Mi PERLA Alberta Panetila Thoy are good because we make them good. Made in Ucthbrldge by DICKER WHEATCROFT Manufacturers Ave. S. Phone 1789 Probable Starters and the Bet. ting Prices of Great Eng- lish Turf Exent X.-. Doncaster.-Eng., Sept. ins ire Ihe probable starters, theirMarket prices for St. Lcgc- tomorrow: 10. H. Hulton's Lomond, S to list Belmont's Tracey, 7 to L; so Joel's Maiden Erlegh, S to 1, nugdale'B Hector, 10 to i: I phael's Tcgalie, 100 to 9; H. B.-Dm yea's Sweeper II.. 100 to M lMtrt Hotadeau. SO to Lo Ms bery's Chariman. 25 to l; Lord gan's cylha; J. Y nf U W Hall Walker's Ahsolu e. and th same owner's KanU'lci LeopoM D Rothschild's Catmint; Lord Caina von's Mohacc, and Florentine, all 100 to 3.