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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Hermld. Mathewson and Brown Are Beginning Johnson Best Man Them AH P. 0. 344 628 GARAGE eise but balli, clubs, tackle, etc, alons on the iaraUy raca- -Tliero would be lots more fua more health, than vou a dozen truakfula ,or TOOLS "iwit" right W handle.the -near -right >kinc To Fade Away f HONE 1032 412 ROUND GOAT World's- Teh-nia-Champion Hat Real Live V f; Nanny: .for Mascot CaL, Sept goM down under the aB-per- -the tennis spirit sway Two Great Pitchers Are on Tobog gan But Srif! Foxy and Effective in Action The bell is almost ringing for the in the National league: Christy Matfcswson and Mor- nearly done, so far as the tooling curves and tfceiseneral mechanical execution are 'concerned., Oxhef pitchers, handicap- they are'now, would have been shunted to the., soup before this, xsn and win game after, game' because they have think- tanks.- Both Brown and Matty are being slammed every so -often now. Even ieir control is not what It used to be. When the records are made EASTERN At Kochester 000 200 9 1 Buffalo 000 000 5 Ragon and Blair; Merritt and woods; umpires Hurst and Murray At Jersey City 200 000 Providence 6 2 out of 1910 they will show that more hits per game were made off Brown and Matty than ever in their previous since Matty than ever in their previous champions career, and that they, issued more has-, ?n 'These two old fores are} And nnrar -wTin ic em- WOTtlL a. vnnno-otore Manser, Hitton and Butler; Sline and Peterson; umpires Boyle and velly. At Newark 001311 10 2 Baltimore 001 000 6 i Lee and Kearne; AcLkins. Maroney and Bgan; umpires Halligan and Stafford.. AMERICAN At Detroit S 2 Cleveland 000 107 -11 3 Loudeil, Stroud, Mullin and Casey i-d Schmidt; Kaler, Harkness and Land; umpire Evans At Billy Delaney Pay. Great Complimen to All Other Pug- ists Outclassed. Who was-the greatest fighter of all time is a quyestion that worries the tans from timo to time. Manv authorities have attempted to answer this, question from time to time, but the best any, of.them'could do was to venture an opinion, Billy Delaney has gotten in this little game recently, and here's what St Louis___ Chicago Nelson and 32 000 000 Killifer; Walsh and am-pires Bgan and-Sheridan. And now, who. is go- a dozen youngsters even now, men's and. women's way they the grandest specula- of actual pitching art-that the for tae.Iat .balanced for Hazsl HotchMss. yester- May Satton's arrived .aaonymously the glory of a-.crated 'iipr 'and''-being-; too 'large to bpi, occupied ,'in the lobby ,lts. lair owner., game can show. Star BaH Hayers told a Philadelphia scribe. As, Delaney has made three cham- pions. and is grooming ICaufmann for the title, he is worth to. -tiere s what Delaney told an eastern newspaper 'man about the fighters of recent times: "Billy Delaney. .one of the craftiest coaches of fighters alive, stamps Jack Johnson, the champion, as the, Dearest neavy weight who ever bound his hand with tape, and in the following he discusses the stars for a generation in -an unbias- sed manner. .'He, John JL. Sullivan .was one of the 'old At York...... Boston 13 31 school. Dead game was John F Warhop, Hughes, Ford aiid a right hand-punch 'that was as ey; ,Cicotte and Madden. I Heavy as any. weight ever toss led at a foe. Those two things wer Are Dissatisfied! LYCEUM old time ir yaudeTffie bouse, is again run- i Wiff Form Several AfF-Star.'Teams in! .t 000 4 3 3 j Gray, and Henry: Dygert [and Livingstone; umpires O'Loughlin and Coliflower. NATIONAL. Defiance of Orders of National Commission. At 2 j'Pittsbur "2 Sept. -tiie-managenieiit New York......000 5 Adams and Gibson; ilathewson and Dickson and Myers; umpires John- stone and O'Day. is i game- baseball com-1 Fittsburg .000 OOOOOSj- 3 -7 >f the Torfc 15 stars decide to' Lever and- Gibson and Si as one of _0; pest- pianists in the city, assisted by a k. artist. The. act -which ppi .appearance is composed of and .gent, singers, comedians S? Their singing e Jokes won ;a good.share of .applause. Srlotion pictures, consisted ,of-a.good range of comic and dramatic Good shows are promised' at-the Ly- season, and it is' the aim. of to "bring this f orders- .tne- Ion an all-star team after j310115; "WUtse and 'Myers; of the regular -season.! and Jdhnstone. .commission's contrary! (Cincinnati----.; Little Johnny Brers, .the Troy, XT., 010 000 merchant, better 'known "as jasemaii of the Chicago Cubs, -is latest to'liffirl defiance at-GarrVf National coinmis-j today, that no m'attef k 000 he .chooses.; 000 000 wny should- down a little extra, I for one intend to umpirer and ..McLean; Kneber, Scan and ASSOC1 ATI 0 N a prenuuni. .Elustiated. songs which are many of the best men in _ _ leagues are dissatisfied "cith m-.popular part 'of win be ae coEtmisfiionrs ultimatum anJ you j, with Mr. i, a local -man with." an er- voice this Last "Put on Tour. Old Gray Bonnet" .jmade a tremeridous Mi; calling for a ialf dozen encores. Uolum-bus 001002 .60 _ ySPORT SPARKLETS Cantfflon" thinks a baH player -to'- attend- a .moving, picture or two every rstght; th.fn.irg it af- batting'eye.- queer state of one of those games at "'Spokarie' turned Ms I? .anHe sliding into .'second base and unahle to- move... But f caHed. FrisS: was at the" to pitch.i _ _ _ not be, surprised if .several all- star_ teams are organized at the close of the season-." SPORT SPARKLETS "who soaked it for threw EoEer in London, is de- scribed as "strong as an and Stock: as a caL" The mtematlonal water polo match between Scoaand and England took place in the. Hamilton Baths, befon; a large number of spectators, and was Tron, by England 3 to, 1. George Robertson and Ealph" de ?ahna have been matched to meet in should prove to be the great contest at the BelmoiE: Driving Club's Second. game': (16 innings} 000 000 000 000 000 T i 000 000 000 000 000 3 1 Craig and Howley; Stremmel and umpire Owens. Called on account of darkness. At Toledo Louisville.......000 000 OOCK-0 Tingling and Hall Keffly; umpire CM1L St. Paul vs. Kansas no game scheduled. .grit and !his hitting powers.- He was the bes of his time, and despite the fact tha Sullivan violated 'the .rules of training he was a wonderful man. Schoolec in modern methods he would have been almost unbeatable. -Jim Corbett'was the'fastest man I ever trained, and, bar Johnson, the only heavy weight class .ever produced.. "Jim was quick with every fibre' of -his body. His eye was like an. eagle's, his feet like those of a his hand like'a Sash of lightning. He could spar like a- '.strike and make a stronger man. beat himself, in trying to reach the hit- ting powers.' Had he had the punch of a Fitzsimmons or a Sullivan, he would have been the peer of. all' the fighters.'-' Ke was a wonderful, man and a 'brainy fighter. Bob Fitzsimmons was BEOWKE- OOSMAN.'CO. Five Stalls, with, lockers, etc. Rates reasonable. Cars and delivered, 246 Road YOU don't have to mobile to appre- ciate this superb Overcoat. It's one of Fit-Reform's latest creations the "AUTO" and its military air has quickly cayght the fancy of the younger set. Made of elegant Scotch and, Irish Tweeds Counter metor L Uptta Oliver Blk. Barber Shop in v., Connection McKELVIE Agents middle weights .-and not large :enough to be. champions in -the class above.- McCoy was a wizard; He was a cun- ning: fighter, one of the best, but .light. Chbynoski was so sood that he beat Jack Jdhs The great bull dog of the same was He was .not afraid of a thing that lived, and he was as. strong as a bear! I know how- was at that time! Tom the laud which :ave him Tom was short of ly and arm, but he was a fit match any one. :a' any one- game" mativ-ie '-.was 'they irofca r Jim Jeffries was the Hey 'was :It-. bad.; of the he did rfrt like K'ever to fight, and that was the weak spot .yraa .LVU- for a man as ever and -twentv-two r feather- .at light 'weight champion, and-" soffonl FItz had-'everything'that-a-fighter could have. His.'-aefence'.was uniq_ue >ut effective, did not beat until he wasSdone fighting.' Any time he hit you :he hurt .that gave him. a chance when 'he -was stag- Bering about the ;ring. Joe Choynosla and Kid McCoy were light -heavy weights, too .-be. in his life. He had all that a fight- er could pick up, but he tried to "come .back" to the ring when' he no longer had that wonderful vitality. Jim had two punches, a right to the body and a left to the jaw, and that was his stock in trade. Block them and you had him baffled. He would then try to beat you" down gradually, and he was successful because he was the most powerful man of the age. Jack Johnson has everything on the 'books. He is fast, clever and never let any one tell you that he can not hit. Johnson with hook, jab, uppercut shift pr'it home with an. overhand naoBon.''-'No ;hejavy weight ever had all" that ex: cept the Texan, He can" box like' hit 'like! Fits and he is able to use skillfully enough to make "It "amount to as much as Jeff's, Jack can stand and -stall all: day if.' he'''waits to ;and let the other fellow do air' .the "fight- ing. He is .as great '.at "range as ax infighting. There "is no situa- tion in the ring that .Jack Johnscjir'is- not. and lie 'has, several years of service. ?Fa- ther Time bows him" in vS? High Class Work. the Sguare. CLOSE Name "National Lfiague, SPORT SPARKLETS San Francisco police supervisors, are again Jssuing permits for boxing: con- tests. f There are more than- mobiles in use in gain- of about cars over last Jimmy Archer continues to :be the eal sensation, in Chicago; not only crowds Kling.hard behind the "bat, into Chasce's place at firsti so easily .that one" watch, hfm- work that ne-has not always played; the initial bag; 'and he has' been. iit-: ting like a fiend. t ;iumehciin''Assoclanoja Southern pacific Coast' .Beagae" York State -L-eague -.Central" Assbciaybn- Closes. :Oct do 9 ----Sept Sept-25 -Nov.-6 Oct'3 X-L'Sept 25 Sept. "17 '.Sept 18 IS Sept IS WLGAS MATCHED Sept- Lightweight Jhampion Ad and Packer McFarland. meet -at "VEilwaukee in a ten round no-decision Octbbef'6th. "run, Joe is tron- :TThat wcaiM 'nave happened. ._-JNetzel down and out, unable to more assistance and also a man on first. Had Efcail i. out a nome -ran. he could not gone even to .first base. M. -The best two out of three ffve- .mile heats are to decide the question of .-supremacy. In. the event of tire trouble-to either contestant the heat in -khich- it -occurs mas: be run over Tbe prizes offered are to the THE SONG OF THE JOKE and to theJoser. Matured as Good Whisky Should Be. If a time limit bad been set on the building of the Egyptian Pyramids, likely they would not be standing It doesn t .pay to hurry some things. That is why Corby's Selected" Rye Whisky it by the "riow lot sure" fflctKod of storage in oak For years IKe wiusky M srEduaHy Nature her i, thoroajjL. The chemical properties of charred wood remove the harshness of the new whisky. the finishing tooches to the Imparts the celicney that is teriatic of Corhy's Selected." This ft the longest and consequently the most expensive method of whisky.' Not is aged this Bot Xt the only way to fietiihe Corhy Quality. Corby's "SPECIAL SELECTED" Whiaky is aoU eretywherc. Try it The H. Cprby Distil Jery Company Limited from JTom Hood) With fingers inky and black, Alone in the haunts of menT The humorist sat in unhumorous garb Plying his fountain pen. Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! In poverty, hunger and smoke, He lit his pipe with his last lone match And sang the Song of the Joke! "Work, work, -work! It is nearly 12, I guess, Work, work, work, Page 4 is going to press! And its oh! to be a siaTe. Along with -the barbarious Turk, Where a man. has never a cent to save If this be Christian work. "Oh men -who read this stuff. Oh men who save- your brain. Its not a joke to'make you smile, But a human creature's pain! Verse and jingle and jest, Jest and jingle and And o! Do you know each merry yuip Is bom at a heartfelt, curse? 'There isn't a single joke That comes of a lightsome heart, The one that is wrought with tears and sweat Is the one -consider smart Scratch! Scratch! Scratch! after day after day, He toils like mad at his labors sad, And you ought to see his With fingers inky and black, bigger joke than he's made The humorist sits in unhumofous togs Plying his villainous trade Scratch! Scratch! While he hopes -the editors chote And still, in a voice made by J (Would that its tone could reach the He sings the Song of the Joke! Blade. BASEBALL NOTES ex-Boston outfielder is the Swat Mulligan of the American association. One raund Hogan, the sterling San Francisco lightweight, is expected tc debut on Broadway some time next the game is good. i Per box of Ten (Cork Tips.) ;