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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page fl THE LETTTBRIDGF, DAIlY Tuesday, September 16, BASEBALL SENTENCED TO DEATH IN CANADA Cricket, By Jove, Will Do ihe From the Land of ihe Kangaroo Can See a Decided' Leaning in This Country Toward Game That Maile England Famous. is to i miserable ileiti lu Canada according to taa if J T Australian When Aus- Mam fcvent on Lard are at the Exhibition Track "Tb! horse that wits the irtt-fo.'- stain playing In vestem Canada on ithf jowney were In lha [eastern States, a York jiai'er jpubliiled the following: Basrtall .VJ6 unwillingly "I'- ll! tomorrow afternoon ivili lhe peopie of the Dominion, say heaU in belter than .10.11 -the visiting Australians, who made I'ivat vis Hre statement o! the the further startling assertion thst iif ocf ot the itM-ior-all fn- there is a decided movement OD too; itrics to the Herald this raorninj. If in Canada io o'jst the great Amerkan Ibc? live up to the? word the in favor ot the Kaglish nation- hridee traci record ot .114 will rith tfce pojsibiiiiy 'they p'aycd the Australians were -Krl- Ifcii Hal Stewart will also te in ccrned with the wildest enthusiasm. the running. !At therr port of entry the mayor tven The secret of the is thst they declared a public holiday on ths day arc out to beat- Homer Mac. Tne Oj match, and the whole town btt-r cleaned up the rusicy at Medi- out with bands and banners Hat bj brcaiiES the ,vatch tae iocai [.layers with the fni. Tte rKt are out to beat him. (.p'onists Alberta, with a Ml mark will find j The nm.eil.eal t opaiariie good soing en tne local track, anl the vith.Haag up should laate the EQUALLING THE WORLD'S 100 YARD RECORD ton, Calgary, Vancouver and Victoria. White the Australians uodersiood that cricket has no more chance of displacing baseball irt the United States than, -ay Site (lying. R. B. Benjamin, mjujser of the Aus- jtraliau team, proudly hoists that he j {has already been asfced to r-lay in 50 i malcliei lu the Cniled States ami Can- ada nest yea-- if he decides to again bring over hia team." "CrlcSet is matins sreat strides in the t'nited Stales." Mr. Benjamin said Icday. "O{ course we expected to find ilourishinK in Philadel- phia; which vies vrith Staten Island as a centre of cricket iu this country, bul we were very agreeably surprised at the repetition we received at PIUs- burg. where a splendid crowd turned j Don Upplncott of'Philadelphia, the.grral Mcrcersbtirg sprinter (In tin, centre) wlnnina the 100 yards final In 9 3-5 (o see us. jcconds al the Exhibition mtct at Toronto." -Morse, of Buffalo on the right was second and McGavin of Broadview on "I understand that inUren tne jert wls lhlrdi Ing iu cricket at Harvard, the uni- j _____________... versiiy of Pennsylvania aci! at Provi-. National i Boston 5 13 1 IPitUbttrg 5 10 3 Qumii and Whaling KarUen, Mc- jQiiillau, Htudrir and Simon. j Ewond lloston ...1.43 I'ituburg e 15 1 K'-dolph and Katiden; Adams and Krili-. Philadelphia 2 ID 0 Cincinnati 2 10 1' j llixey, Alexander ana itowa.1 and Clarke. York 4 13 A. Chicago 3 5 5 Tesreau and Meyers Smith, Lai- and Archer: j St. Louis-Hoston, American Detroit Til New Vork 5 5 3 Fisger, Wathop, and.Hey- nolds Wdlett Clibson and Mc- up snoum mate nsl'itcp better tiau 3.10 to take the .._ __________ 'Dean Cr-ar- E. Jioyse of McGll! university Is GREAT FALLS WINS Tsv'lor, the ui an advoeate of cneSct and cf the tract r.cord here o! >e'-s a slip by to 8-ooK 2 is not Kliie this to the of-biseball. U a disar-po'Dtacnt to tie lacing ,Klrorts Bre made in CaDRcia fansv the free lot-all card will Ml crfe.Set part of the curriculum the tlree tairies at piKent. >la .schools, as it practically is in be'mg considered to! best [England. Every boy in an EDalisb. ta in-' lee province. Homtr Mac i school Is compelled, it seems to play broie the Mcdic'rar football unless be can pro- mating it 2 111, in spite oi thjiduce a. physician's certificEte to the that the track was EIX inches that he U either lame, bait or drep in dust.-'. jb'.inii. Tiro .runners came in last night and I Since they arrived al Victoria at the note this morning, so that i end of .May-the Australians have play- cards will not be so slroaj-'ed at Vancouver, Edmonton. Prince ES at first thought, r.or the number [Albert. Toronto, -Montreal. PMIadel- cf rates so great, there will bs-at pbla, Eehanectidy and pitlsburg and least- tiro each day that wiil be wrll fare booked to play on their -return filled. These with the two harass journey at Otnwa. Montreal, -McGill races and tlie wild horse stuff acd Winnipeg, Reglna. Yqri- .fcincy roping will fill out joorf pro- 'ton. Saskatoon! Prince Albert, Edmon- J. B. Mcl'ollouzh, of Calgary, is fcere with a siring o! fire Go Along J- N ,'JIiss Mercury, Hal Mercury, .Ctesfemere N'ilies and Cuestermere J'rii.ccss. jdence and at other points in N'ew ErB- iand. Here in New York, I am told, there are at six thousand close followers.-ot the Jfafne." j Captures Championship of Union "I have seen a omnber of games of I Standing bliseball since 1 have beeu over here." j _____ said one of the Australian players, I W PC "aiid I am bound to confess that it is i [ore-at yalls .h'e only niajor ica- liio'doing Jiearlfelt thahls ot-'atl 'well-withers oi the game. It has always been very popu- lar 'with the public, and especially for It has for'a square deal, both for inn rttlrqns and .the public. Still, Kew CLicago Pitkliurg W. P.O. Philadelpbla 6C 49 .621 78 60- .585 .589 6S 75 .488 58 '75 .135 .119 .338 Brooklyn lloston Cincinnati 59 82 Louis N American Philadelphia Cleveland frejizy Is a law. unto itaolf, and tbe very rjyalrj'. friendly K Boston i hiay be, between the major lea- i Chicago" left along trial of tho last decade two distinctive factions In rnndom. ...One faction worships at thn shrine- of the National "and another at the footstool of the American league. THAW'S PRISON WAS IN" A STATION The candidate for the America's Cup defence honors against Sir Thomas Lipton'a challenger lo built ly Herreshoff for a New York tyn will be 75 feel on' the- water fne. It was first said that Mr. Her- reshoff would design a a itatement which cause.d much sur- prise in Enoland, but this, Mr. Her- reihoff explained was merely i ttrm of convenience. "Why should you swear at golf when no one swean at lame quite at irritating to the nov. asks an expert. "I have never ward In a billiard room anything like the furl out outbreaks of the golf course, When a man' misses strode, hi will net says only 'Ah, too fine; or 'Not legs en- -rnd rr.afcee way quietly for his adversary.. A man who iwoie a golfer in a billiard room would he evicted immediately. Where does the difference occurt" Connie Mack, half owner and mana- ger of the'Philadelphia Athletics, Is S wlefi ger Dunn, of the Baltimore Orlolei, to Detroit. St. Louis New York W.-.U P.C. Cl 48 .617 81 57 .587 78 59. ,.5W 70 64 .523 ,5U 69 18 B2 S9 .5i9 M .368 Newsy Likes to Play Hockey at. Coast in Preference to the East Mick tipped' Mana- sell MalssE to Chance If he could get the Dunn "fjOt the and two teifly good Then Mack turned around and got La- vin from the St. Loula for waiver price of Mack' never did get stung on a' high-priced recruit, for the ilmple reason that he lin't In the market to unload coin, but to husband It for a.rajny day, A picture of the detention shed station at Coaticook, Thaw wat con- fined behincj the barred windows at the far'end. The Inhabitants spent much of their time beneath the windows, AM. CUP RACE CHIEF SPORT EVENT FOR NEXT YEAR New York, SCfit. t'Ossibil- Itlea of 1014 ns a record year in sport s considerably brightened by tho fin- al signing and sealing of the agree- ment for a races for erlc.Vs Cup during the month of Sep- tember. It cannot bu denied that the ricgotiationa between Ibe New York and Tloyal Ulster Yacht clubs were conducted upon grounds, ami not until tne final compact was sign- ed vaa the cnp contest XOA- tbat tbe Isst doubt regatrling tbe yachting classic Is removed. Ibcre are many busy sezslona ahead for desi, many nlhor ant In what will undoubtedly be Ihe cblef IntcrnalloTial sporting contest of the coming year, It understood that the plans for "Xcwsr" Lalondt, the most skil- ful1 combination ol. hocVey ami .la- crosse ability in captivity in the Do- minion of Canada, will play hockey on '.he .Patrick circuit this winter if "Xe-.vsy" has his The only ob- stacle in his way jusl this m'ncte is the possibility ol tlie formation ol a hockey commission which may under- take to make a distribution play- i crs that itc war's cf the .past winters may he avoided. Newsy may IE allotted Io the cast, In which. !ertat, with a commission in control, [he will have no option hut In play jin Hie east. PAY TliriliiTB TO WEST liowvtr, arc all towards Jylnj up wllh Hie coast again. In a lalV with EOfr.e friends oi tiic Monireai prtis, the brilliant Frenchman declares Jhat under ordin- ary circumstances, the players hav- ing ftec choice ol the .field of their activities, none o! the into nho were Sir Upton's challenger. Shamrock IV., are about completed, and that the kcij of (ho Eevcniv-tlve footer, will, be laid wlthlrl the noU rnonlh or alx wceka. Three, and pos- dt-femlern, all f-'K'ir A number ol them, foot yachts, rrojtclcd at ths cent time, and It niay bo that tills number will be slill further augment- ed if t.'ie plnns of certain wealthy lowers of yaelHIog materialize. U Is lo Jiave all yachts Ifi condition for. tho trial race jirclimln- II pcimiltcd, will trek before ii< (n the and hoolfupnllh the cluhs on llio coast circuit. Inri- dcritally it known that l.e tjcllcfcs hockey in Ih: Dominitin Is played on the Patrick circuit; there Is a hcltcr ftellnj among Ihrs plaj'ors, anil lie rajs early iioxt summer, in order rircult on earlb.. on the coast last winter have any de- sire to play elsewhere this coming season, and there Is a tenement among the stars ol tin eastern clubs that the west is the only proper place for Ihe ;