Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
-TITF LETHIJ1MDGI5 DAILY Saturday, September, 1% 1911 WOLGAST GETS SOME FINE OFFERS WHITE HOPE SHOOTS HIS WAD THERE'S NOTHING TO IT IN AMERICAN BUT ATHLETICS Murnane Says They Would Beat Cubs in World Series bat Need Have Fear of the New York Giants One of Paul Gilmore's Best Plays Philadelphia, Sopt. month ngo, when I was in this city, they were peace in a ball club. He Is also master mechanic at getting the best ly talking of making prepara- work out of erratic ball players. Bven tions to play off the big series this j ihe best of managers find trouble in 'fall on the local ball porks. The Ath-j winning' without good pitchers, and letlcs had gone over the preliminary j who t-vtu say that the Athletic box- route before and could be counted on j men are not slowing up, and gnul- to keep their equilibrium under ajually losing their ftffectiveness. strain. The Phillies' had shown finely under the immediate handling ot Charley With Dooin off tho field the Quakers lost their meal tick- et and soon became easy picking for the teams looking for the big hon- 'ors, .until now, with the close a month 'twoy, tho Phillies are trailing with the hope of landing in tho first divis- ion. Tho Athletics are playing the smoothest kind of a fielding game; their Infield is by all odds the finest today in baseball. With tho blow-up -of Detroit there was but the Athletics, and nothing to it yet the Quak- The Athletics have mnrie a study of opposing pitchers' deliveries. It's interesting to see Harry Davis and Topsy Hfli'tze] standing on tho coach- ing lines with arms folded .looking for some move by tho pitchers that might give them a which they might signal to the 'batsman. When baffled the -Athtotic batsmen look disappoint- ed. They have depended BO much on help from the coachers that it has interfered with their stick work. The Athletics have used the same line of inside dope for the last three years, many of tho American league players anticipate the Quakers' moves. ers ore not so confident as you-might j I believe Muck has the best drilled expect. I look for the Mack men to win out this season iu a merry can- tor, as they will practically finish tho season on the home grounds afld will soon ts through with the Boston Red Sox, the club that gave thenra heap of trouble this season. It now looks as if the American League champions would have to face either New York or Chicago this fall. If.Chicago is the club, I look for the Quakers to win out, but not as easy as last season. The Athletics are far from the for- midable fighting, machine they were hist season. I might enumerate rea- to back up this opinion, as I have watched their all-round' work carefully this .season. "This I may do Inter when comparing the teams who earn to enter the arena for the big bout. After ball a certain per- fection they are bo.und to back slowly, team in the business, but, several of the players have been overworked. Baker, Barry aud Collins are still the live "wires, and full of fire. This team will eat up any team that does not fight them hard and cunningly, and I am convinced that the team selected' this fall to meet the Athletics will work along interesting: lines, and go after tho Mack boys with a im- proved line of attack. The Giants downed the Mack men a. few years ago for the honors, with Christy Jlathewson as the stumbling block for the Athletics. Mack has a team 25 per cent, stronger to make the fight this year. This feeling is caused by the long- drawn-out time it takes before a de- cision can be rendered. Take the champion Athletics today, with a lead that should satisfy the most timid, and those Quakers are kept on edge riight and day, fearing that some- "have been rounded into smooth work- unless phenomenal young players thing may yet happen to snatch vic- tory from their erasp. I believe that every member of the lending clubs of the National League are today affected with the long race and the thought of the fierce si niggle ahead. f T. MURNANE. order. The finest team usually breaks up into cliques; as success will turn the head of a h-all player, .until even a great manager may have his troubles. Connie Mack is a wonder in keeping j DECLARES BETS OFF S The S. O. K.-Calii-es game of Thursday evening last was called five minutes before time set for finish. There- fore all beta have been oflic- ially declared off. As the garc'o W8-3 a tie 'there are prob- ably few bets that ihis dects- ion will affect. j SICK HEADACHE A Symptom oi Troubles Which are Removed by Dr. Morse's Beet Pills. Sick headachei tre not merely iffiictioni to bcrne u patiently as possible they trc danger signals. They never come unless the digestive lystcm is out of and their regular recurrence is proof positive of icrioua trouble and i warning that thould be heeded prcmptiy. Sick headaches are caused by Indiges- tion, Ililiousncjs or Constipation, and no imoynt of "headache powders" will do more than temporarily relieve them. The only way to get rid of them entirely is ir, cure the Constipation or Indigestion that is causing them, and nothing will do iliia quicker or more effectively than Dr. Morse's Indian Root Dr. Morse's Indian Root PHIa arc purely vegetable in character, and arc frc; from any harmful drug. For over fifty years they have been in constant use in Canada j and" hart proved most effective in 'regulating the bft.vcls, aiding digestion, inishrng- licit headache) arm restoring iroui health. Morse's Indiin Root luve for over fifty years. Zjc, W. H. Comstock Co., wirnmmg Hints By L. H. WILKES, Physical Director Y.M.C.A. The >bast time to bathe iately after moderate exercise, about an hour or so 'before a meal, so that thy food taken at, a former meal will have been partially digested. Persons subject to earache troubled in any way with their ears should put greased cotton wool in them. Umler such circumstances deep diving should be avoided. Cleanse the mouth and noatrite be- fore entering the water. Never stay In the water too long, thereby, causing the 'body to (become chilled; or tJik-e a cold -bath when exhausted or out of breath; bathi when the body is warm, and tlo not- stand or wait at the water's 'edge un- til the warmth of body has passed off." Do not bathe within two nouns after a full meal, or immediately before a, meal. Avoid 'bathing In quiet or se- cluded spots and bathe alone. Breathe freely, naturally nnd regu- larly, not spasmodically, as the stay- ing power will 'be increased and the feather will fuel much -better for the erercise. Persons subject to attacks of gid- diness or or_ who suffer from any sense of discomfort at the heart, should not bathe without con- sulting a physician. In case of accidental Inimeiuion it. should ibe renvembered that .the Rht of the clothes will not hur- riedly drag one under; In fact, the air in the clothes will help buoy'up as well as enable the person lo resist the effects of cold water. 'The Bachelor" at the Majestic Theatre To-Night CONNIE MACK PICKS GIANTS Title Mill of .Six Years Ago to be Duplicated Philadelphia, Sept Mack believes timt New York will win tho pennant, anil that the teams .that battle for the world's title In October will -be identically the same as those who fought for it six years ago. "They are having ti spirited fight hi the National league, and it is a rather open said Connie today, "but I pick the Giants who appear to bo-playing the smooth- est ball. T.lie Athletics don't fear the Giants" any more than they do'the Cubs. They expect to win the series again, no matter -which National league team-they "will Imve'to face." Today's English Football Re- sults London, Sept: are the result of footbalL games in 'the big leagues today: ;1, First Division West Bromwich 1, Manchester 0: Woolwich .2, Newcastle 0; Blackburn 0, 'Notts 0; Bolton 2, Qldham Brad ford i, Sheffield 0; Bury 0, Preston 0; Everton 2, Liverpool 1; ManchesE- er-2, Aston 0; Sunderlnnd l, Totten- ham 1; Sheffield 0, Middleboro 2. Second Division Birmingham 0, Derby 4; Bristol 2, Btockport 1; Chelsea 4, Wolvcr- hampton 0; Clapton 2, 3; Blackpool 0, Bradford 4; Glossop Barnsley 0; Hnddersfield 2, Pulham Grimsby 2, Gainsiioro 3; Hull 4, 3urnley 1; Nottingham 4, Leicester 1. Southern League Coven try 3, Stokes 2; Ley-ton Brighton 1; Norwich 1, Northamp- ton 0; Crystal '2, Southampton 0; Bristol 1, Plymouth 0; Westham .0, leading 2: Miihvall 1, Watford Qirecns'Park 3, Newborough 2; Brent- ford 0, Exeter 2. WOLGAST And- McFarland to to Terms of Fight Offers j Chicago, Sept. Jones, manager of Ad Wolgast, and Bmll Thirry, manager of--Paclrey AlcPar- land, were in conference here during the greater part of yesterday and until a late hour" last night, trying' to come to some terms for a new of articles for the two. Jon-es demanded that Wolgast re- ceive win, lose or draw and, he also demanded that Packey make 133, ringside, for a longer hout. Jones said that lie was willing that Packey should have the first oppor- tunity at Wolgast and that he was willing to go to any city in the coun- they wanted, tho bout. Jones received several communica- tions during the day from New York, I Lcs Angeles Francisco, of- fering sums ranging ''from to Cor th'e .mill? but nothing.was finally. FLYNN HAD EASY TIME TRIMMING CARL MORRIS Oklahoma Qiant Had His Face Battered to Palp While the Pueblo Fireman Left Ring Without a Scratch Madison Square Garden, 15. Flynn. the Pueblo ftretnin, fought a winning battle of ten round! with Carl Morris, the gigantic has weight cf Oklahoma at the Madison Square Garden tonight. At the end .he Oklahoma facw was batter- ed to a pulp, while Flynn wai un- marked save for a lump over the eft eye. As a possible "white or championship class prov- ed a failure, lie had nearly fifty >ounds in weight and five inolm in height over the Pueblo man, hut fail- ed to daze Flynn at any stage. Mor- is, really had only one round, hird, and in all of others Flynn vas tire .master of the ring. All lirough fight Morris kept .using ia great weight and strength to veahen Flynn, but the latter Invar- a'bly bad the .better of the class work, li's left hooks and jabs soon lood flowing and at all times he willing to take a punishment in j order to-iend beck than be Morrtfl tentod manr hard lefta and righti to rovnd, but Piyon to be to the gruel- ling. It tbe Woodiest right ticvu In thlf ejty md mfcny of the spectators around tin ring u- tonlthed at the of both nnn wMch ttwn at a wandwfnOr pace thnrojh the aeon o( There WM no dXnkU of tie verdict of the onloolran a> to wbo hud won Flynn WM chewed londtf ai fol tawti hit Mconte to tbe room, while only pttr wm at tin wwtwii giimt Among the ndlanapolia S. No other -gnmes in American Ana-: iation. EASTERN Rochester ........000 000 4 I.' .llflalo ............001 002 S. 0. All other games cancelled on ount of rain. CANADIAN lamilton Brantford St. Thomas Berlin I 11 5. 20 H S Standing of Clubs Today Chicago Plttsburg Philadelphia St. Lo.uis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston W, II 78 SO 62 71 Pet, .639. .60S1 .684 .639 .451 AMERICAN L. Pot, Philadelphia......... 88 45 .663 Detroit 80 53 Cleveland.........'., 70 61 .534 v York 70 64 .523 Chicago....., 68 68 -49S, Boston So 89 .480: iVashington......... ,56 79 St .Loula........... 84 15 RUOBY PRACTICE Rugby practice. Monday -evening immediately after six at the barracks. An invtta- tlon to all players and aspir- ants In the city is cordially extended toy the Y. M, C. A. rugby club. you ever henr a fence roll: but I've heard a bridge toll. The boa constrictor was coiling li'maclf around hla victim." Slowly and turciy the snake was eniBhlnc out his life. Suddenly he grew purple n Mio.face. He tried to y, with extreme effort, he whispered his: Did John Jacob or did lio :orce? NANTON RACES The following races were held at Nanton fair on Mth. Melt year Nanton will their new fair groundB and intend to put up gooil buildings and construct a first clans track: Free for all, trot or pace, half- mile heats; purse Gaiety Girl, J. F. Reynolds, Claresholm............ 2 Midway Girl, F. W. Ingi, Canton I31ack Jack, G. Wallace, Claresholm 3 S 3 Gentleman's driving race, one-half mile, purse F. W. Nanton, 1; Minnie S., Stewart ranch. ijaresholm, 2. Three-quarters dash, purie (no: Ranch King, J. H. Wall, Clarei- in, 1; Reciprocity, D. Coteman1, Stavely, 2; Ijdy S., U Armitronr, Vantpn, 3. Pony race, half D> uOleman, Stavely, 1, -other ran, Old Smuggler "Distinguishing Features: Great Body and Age Made in the CIcnlivEt District of Oiitilleria in Scotland, from the fincit of Scotch DIRECT Crajicllackie Glenlivet Distillery Co. BANPmilE, cmn tt fnm C C VACNVELt WINE SMUT COY, L1TB fat Jttrmt Stmn nut OMria.