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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The sir PAY YOU TO PACK, A TRUNK Coast League To Discuss Double Umpire Syst else., but bats, balls, .tackle, etc., albag on'the family vaca-i There ;woiild be lots more Will Also Talk Over Question of Ex- -iaore health than- you .could'vgei :.cut; of ..a doaen trunkfuis SPORTING TOOLS there right We cot -aaB silo the near right kind Goods Co.: 412 ROUND 87 psnsion by Taking in North- ern Cities. BiH Lang's Real Name Is Lan Frandi And He Is A Swiss New York, Sepl "I. began my {fighting on the. opal said bi j Bill Lang; the Australian, the other i day. BIG LEAGUE GAMES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At Minneapolis- Kansas City Oil 11 C Minneapolis 4. 1 PoweH and James; Sage and Smith; iiT i_ -L ViOUO Columbus Bierhalter and Cusack At Toledo 000 031 S 101 010 11 3., Franco. Sap, I J-.T. bor. nut-T horf nn ,_ "u ana had no thought of making ific Coast League..has issued a call jlc got into it." i At Louisville- Unknown Pitcher First To Discover Spit-Ball Everybody'has beard about the fa ous spit-ball, -but ton chances to one you don't know wh'o invented It. Walsh, Comisiey's star, twirler? for a special meeting of the toard of 1 name was Lan Fran 'Louisville directors on September 17, to consid- jchL said he, "was a Indianapolis er r the double nmpire system, espan-'bwiss- sion of, the-league to take-in two north ehi' clues, and otlier matters of' im- portance. NOTES: OF INTEREST TO LOCAL FANS GLEANED FROM VARIOUS CIRCUITS rred that the The great clamor that' has gone all over the circuit for the umpire system, has convinced and at ;My mother was of Irish Ritcher and 200 010 Allen; 7 2 3 -3 and i ibeen together loader than tills in the business Graham that there should be no fur tner delay in acting on this question. At -the last- meeting of the direct- Chicasro setter was vo t 000 020 100 000 Leroy and 5 and. upon, but increased the agitation. _______ assumed such concrete 'beta one change in the club thai the directors can no longer the Athletics have 1 -o ignore it. are. ttfe ouly stars' re-, -.mainins'.. since Connie Sla'ck von bis j -last 'pennant. SPORTING COMMENT. her family, But neither father nor mother con- j Milwaukee templated' a ring career for" jgt Paul V" There was a large and hungry fam- j --Gilligan "and 13 years-of age he was Spencer; -umpires o. a Melbourne black-1 NA- saitfc Bob Baidell. Two years lat-i At er_ae left Ksndell to go to Burton Cincinnati 000 012 00-3 S 1 j-Brooklyn -o coacQ Bakers. It; Miller; umnires Klem and Kane at Burton s that I began striking I New York- tor the same smith that' Dan Qreedoa Ptttsburg J. 001 010 6 he entered the vOrk 11 Oh, no; not at all. Walsh made it famous, that's true, -but the chap who really gave the. spit-ball to the "Great American sport has quietly slipped in- to the darkness of baseball oiYcurity. His name was -Elmer Stri-cklett and Ue never .ranked 'much "above' second or third class, but just the same a little niche has got to be saved in bastball's hall of fame for him'. and n stones boy the squared circle. Drucke and Cobb has the leading ;6Bts- V jm'an of the major leagues for several ..-baseoall players 5ats differ in- size season. In all that nme lie has used JWA uvii.15 itliu. 'Jti't: The smiLa he struck for-at Burton's: stone and O'Dav used to tell him of Creedon's behind Phillippi and Gibson; umoires John- ___ 5 1 shop at nights. to Pickles Sons, alsci.Phiiadeiphia 000 005 10 -0 Here he became a! Rueibach, Weaver and Kling; Ew- shape as" much, as-.-the players ..-but ;one the.aacMMoted Question, as- to wheih ..season's cnasos. KlOtOUS er or-not he could handle the dalir-j _____ .ery Waiter. Johnson.. .The first T "My clean up victory over Jeanette ;pme ;uiat was me a step nearer the champion- wonder was. said Sam Langford'yesterday er, there.-was some question commenting- o" his 15-round whirl- v. and yosng a wind battle with the New York fight- starL-3 DP. -before- the catapult.de- er at the Armory A.-A. the other Not only the Western' -The Texas'" disgraceful riot One [and Egan; 'umpires Halligan and other Stafford. 'At Jersey City 1.01 OC' '13- C 9 2 Kissinger and "Butler? Randolph and Peterson; umpires Kelly and-Boyle. At Montreal 6 -1 Toronto '110 000 7 ,2 Keefe and 'Newton and over the Detweea 'Jolm B- Marsh of Winnipeg! Wood, who runs with a short stride ..land Deerfoot, the Macleod Indian. hugged the flags 'better than Long- allowed a mile boat. It was in the last turn exhibi- that Wood sprinted and secured a made by tne seam of -the -ball. >ua lafe mv LfQQTiQQl. rifT, V4. 'JJail. Ihen he lets .loose. The "ball, if bat- t.ed, is' thoroughly dry before it reach- es the hands of the fielder. Walsh "supplies this-moisture in a natural way., coaxing it along with a iittle cud of gum. Some-players are not quite so refined, however and member of the New York Giants ac- cuses Bugs Raymond of consuminE 50 cents worth of slippery elm ev- ery. time Jhe -pitches a game. and coiuiaent thet Jonnsoa would bother! any. distance from one to one hundred :ixm ao more than _any orher pitcher, i rounds. He 'is a S to 1 favorite snored it -'by the. easy man-lr stand readv to S10 000 if 1-n Jl_ J i_ _ -r J -1 J..L m i LU LfUat II -Pe i nor. he aandled Ms deHvery.! puts up 520.000, or I will' uut UD Slore'm the city- ..-MaUilSer tHtroc nnci -uj_ tunnnn i vvhen the .rfftf nrrrrr a keeper of... a tallings gives' it as 'hs that hia team will be pitted .--against the New. York "Giants in a post -season series, and, incidentally. lie 'assnrance that his Tanlrees will not find .the Giants proposition. a. very -difficult 000 to his I am. most ans-! to get a .match .first- with -Kauf- stand ready to put up pires" Murray strange to the a -suoiiu. itiiiiiv io om UT) t. ----J 000 or sio.OOO -that I can lick him I Houston teams. Hoes .going after Johnson my "battle with Tommy Burns in Eng- toa was a game of winning tne pennant of the' league from Dal- At Cleveland 210 000 12 3 Detroit......... 260 001 10 4 Fan well, Deane, '-Falkenburg and i-and; Steele, Summers :and Schmidt; umpire Evans. NORTHWESTERN At "ALL STARS" GET MONEY Cincinnati, Sept. 3S -ball players who signed contracts with the recently proposed all-stars of the Na- tional and American _ leagues and re- ceived th.eii checks in .advance, will start, which tion quite interesting. So Tom -Longboat still has a race m lead which gave him the victory. Tne feature ot the annual" games of he was defeat- tie New York Caledonian club at i r Moatreal on Park, -Maspeth, Long Is- Labor Day the Indian showed a num- 'lanC, was a five-mile run which was btr of flasks of Ms old time won -by the Marathon runner Han" nancj He led lor the first. Holmed, margin of not more than two miles stepped the -distance in 10. 100 yards from Karl Kohiemnian -He then let pace him for Holmed's time for-the-distance was the lead, again'.-26.22 1-5.. A-bout the best 4ntil the mile, done in 27.10. He professional distance', runners in the dropped -back again till the twelfth east faced the-starter in this event- wnen he again jumped to whom were-Jim Crowlev, Har- ,and helo the lead until the Coohn. Jimmie Lee, Bob Hal- Toe track Bothered the Indian en and Bill all of whom were had- lap. las, which finished firsL That there ras no "frame-up" between the teams tie three games in .the one 15-? auernoon, is evidenced by the char- spS 11 1 acter of the proceedings. Distntch- torn DaUas and Houston tell the Tatoma 6 1 3 _ t Seattle 2 .5 4 i hree in Afternoon. I Dallas, Texas, Sept Texas -League season has_-closed, with by -the management as an um- after thejpire, and Gaiveston not appearing, Banian and tie most riotous Icrfeited the game to Houston, 9 to 0.- proceeaings ever Known In the history Allen says -that this game league. Dallas and Houston will considered as not having been only one game apart. Each j piaytd until after he has made an in- pla-ec-1-iO games; Dallas won i vesiigation. Setley is reported as S3 and lost 57; .Houston and lost 5S. Houston, .in order to have a chance for .the championship, at- tempted to play three g-mes with Galveston team on last Monday af- ternoon. Dallas played two "with Fort Worth and won them both. AS seriously inrared AT THE MAJESTIC Last evening saw one of the largest! crowds the Maestic theatre has ever; m t w ona ana won them both AS at a-plar of the type of "Pierre Gaiveston won one from Houston The PlaiES'" Produced by the popular Afrvrmart _______, TTRrnlfl Tvv DTI cpi pi r '_ 4 Umpire Setly AssauSted. Harold Nelson, supported by an excel- lent, well balanced due to the fact that few dramatic com- panies apeearing in these parts are to A MOST important article in the .weir-dressed" man's Wardrobe. f Requiring to be absolutely corred in every detail. That is what is claimed for Fashion-Craft Dress Suits. Allow -us to demonstrate the truth of what we claim. Frices range from Material, Stand workmanship always first-class. rr _ iJUJjjLca