Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
I'agwtf TTIP. UiTlllMUDiiK RUGBY PRACTICE TONIGHT 6.30 Monday, IS, .1911. THE MINTO CUP CHANGES HANDS "WE'LL WIN SURE "SAYS LEADER Boss of World's Champions Predicts Victory Again, for His Tearr.-- Would. Avenge Defeat 'at Hands of Giants in 1905 Philadelphia, Sept. 17 in the woi'ki'f series Coing (o. v.-in the American 'Lt-atiui.'; ar.ti 'ihey Ik-tain tit hope ihar llu- pennant %aid v.-o ;.rc suing to n-.i-u win ot.t in the world's scries, loo." .'.ianus-.pr Mnrh pirkod Ihrai lo win in That's a good deal for "ronnie" Mack, the'i'.slutc leader of she delphia Athletics. to say. uut opi and his band of champions are SJ full of confidence now r.ba; they pnt behind them and are now be- ENGLISH BOSESSINVADE UNITED STATES BECAUSE OF NEW LAW ginning to speculate about tile the melon to be cut in Octobe All Look Alike tin! hind in i oi ii t jaiiil- Soli! win i'" iiTJi' "It doesn't anv difference 40! ltt> whether New York. PItuburg or j Chicao the 'Natinn Chicago the 'Natiunn! championship. We eat, ami will (V .Lon? fcr any team the National League can ,1 against us. rw-hnrc or .New "aimy "10'' 1-'-d'''" York might give us a battle llan the Cubs did- last j Jar. but I would just as soon either one would win It' makes no dificr- ence to continued Manager "Con- ine." "We arc going belter now than at any previous time this summer and 3cok as gr.od as we did against cago last fall. But at the same time tee] mighty grateful to Hal 'ciii'se and .ills crowd for having beaten troit so often. But for Xeiv York would be in second place." lamed the tiiey y.'ii! ;ive tiu' a inu-ii thry irve .-xpefieisccd in iheir .'all no Icngcr hr.vr Ihe ;s to pitr.'i to T. V-'.iv ciiil tor the .McCrrav; but he .seems to l-'.ci: and deceptive tiaras that made one cf the grandest on earth, wiiiie the chrHii- iiavcf I'elidtr. iuie Standing of Clubs Today NATIONAL for Giants j bcttc.. j.c ..vol. The have read a lot of giant .lack Coombs, who rips through: lingo in the York papers about; the trithout a puff or" a1 the v.-r.y the fiiants will pul! the steam j misfire, to baffle the New York team. i V Judguis under r" ,u .s' all ertions Mr. Sauuders all likelv In I iiiMuiho} In and have jmoil record Baseball Chatter PITCHED BATTL EASTERN Karl Mafrnert, who has boon pur- chased by tlie Philadelphia Athletics from Oakland, or the Pacific Coast I .There will be a meeting ofHhe sel i in Ww Iloiv'ier. 1ers cor'ts. on oven-' "'o.othor day and was F, M. C A. i 'i.it.ar.d all mcmhers are earnestly for the tne'season. WINS FINAL MATCH FROM NEW to atund as important test-'; H Is ohnrsdd that his since I FORMER demands immediate .attention. the bought -Win' that -I- Here's the interesting inside of the. grounds v.as tile scene of thei nr.. i Official entry blanks for those wish- Most brutal exhibition ot the national to compete in any of the several ftinc ever witnessed in this city to-ieventr, of the Alberta-swimming cham- ul L..C c'.iy. The Nationals veritably heived pionships, to be Jield in Calgary Y. why Jack .Lapp catches Jack their way to victory eve- tte AI A -V i M- C' A- 2S and -9- may beJ botter "'an other back- A' The n r" ilud by a" of the and iron man himself is A. The .Nationals out for on sponsor for the tale: vense and played constantly for the jcal Director Winces. j "Without Lapp catching me" said man and not for the ball, while the I Business men are asked to remem- fast one nnt> lvonh them on lo tnt. i a tinkers .expletive. Now here's the was seen but lacrosse seemed to be j to be on hand, only an Incident of the event, the Vew York .......110001 10 1' le, Adams and.Si-' mon Marquard and Myers. .........000 002 010-4 12 Oi 300 g a' Battmes-Reuibach, Cheney Archct Rucker and Erwin. ....000 000 001-3 8 0! .000 003 10 Cincinnati Philadelphia Gaspar and' Moore, Clialmers ami Mud-' Y It is snid w-hoii Umpire Klera or- :dered a rowdy indivklu-1 off the Phil- jadelphia grounds for honing mean1! .jopithei-? at Jlordecai Brown the other i dr.y. President Fogel stood in the i Press box laughing because no olio would take heed of the orders Fo-el National Lsagoe Urn literal no assistance, at all, and, ac- cording to the report, told the police] OU arc certain to see only the rcaj Fall styles here. PITTSBURG LOOKS '.BEET TO 'FRARY Staff> Fo Race Finish His advent at of has jmade liiie Phillies a Stout champion- jship contender. In games worked to date young Alexander has won 20 and lost o. In addition to this he has stepped in repeatedly and saved the day for other slabmen. He has kept his team in the hunt. Any manager or club owner in the business would cheerfully expend 000 for talent that would make the team a pennant conttHider. The P.hil- Mes got. off with a payment and this investment has to .date brought over into (lie treasury that oth- erwise would have been missing. Refore the year is over that McVae and Lester Sydney, Australia, Sept. eavyweifrht championship of Austra- ia from "Bill" Lang nine flays ago hy ..lack Lester, American boxer, may change hands again before the-month'.of September is over. Ar- ticles; were'signed today for a match between Lester and Sam McVca, Cal- den. 020 8 Brooklyn .........000 8 t. Batteries-Coney, Richie and Arch-' er Nccdham', Scliardt, Dent and Ber- gen. Cincinnati .......000 000 5 Philadelphia .203 000 8 0 naileries-Alexander and Boyd ;V Svcroid and Madden. Cincinnati .......101 m Philadelphia ...001 000 8 i Batteries SuK. MO. MoLewi Chalmers, Hall and Cotter, ifornian. McVeg hopes for a knock- 1st. Louis 010 arm 1. .sept. SCt tlle "mtc" t We cany no garments over from one 'season to another. The Fit-Reform label means absolutely correct fij'le, as Well as faultless tailoring and perfect fittinj garments. Stop in and see tlie new things in fall Suits and Overcoats. to arrest if he came Spokane, Sept. Frary to the stand again to blame some one picks Pittsburg to win the National for impoliteness. Tfc rowdy I.eagur ponnant. The local man, wno (finally ejected .after Billy i worked during the last season Na- iwr.s to. an-1 after Klein had 'tional league- that fhraiiened to forfeit the game, In he figures Pitt.-.burg a stronger 'com- which case the Philadelphia Club liination than Chicago, with a better "raw remaining home schedule than Now York. "Pittsburg is cinlte a ways behind, I "'car Stannge has Ping flodie's said Frary yesterday, "hut. as goai- if'tlick us Wnfrncr gets hack in Hi Piilr; i' horn" run early in the "lc-v take ".lot of Benson in Washington, and Germany makes a big difference to Hi Sciiaefor seni him a rate telling him pitching staff. I saw the SI tlw playerc -who made liomcrr, beauty work ills firs U'eref parrots. Germany signed Rosinn. He was wild, hu fhe name of a parrot dealer, and told "10 ptuff. And confidence! Why Bodic to call for the hinl. i'le Just, brimmed over with it." Ping got Ed Walsh to go to the bird E.'r.re with him. On the way he agreed HILLHURST BEAT CALLIES to s-jll Walsh the n.irr.-n. Ping wcr, j FOR EONS OF SCOTLAND CUP givsn the laiiuh at the-bird store. _____ When Pinn hatted against the Tl-1 Sept. goal to nil gore. Stallage turned to Tommy Con- :Sitch was the score at tlie close of the uolly, the umpire, and said: jsoim of Scotland cup final played be- "Did you hcnr about Ping and his'lwc''n Hillhurst and the Callics 'on parrot? Well, Plug hit a homer in Saturday afternoon at Hillhurst, and Washington, and after ".Strtk-e one." yelled Connolly. "After the'game he got n note, tell PINCHER CHEEK WILL ERECT CURLING RINK Pincher Creek, Sept. in the matter of erecting a curling rink here has so far advanced that a committee has been appointed by those interested in its construction to report on a probable and suitable site It the next meeting. This practically vill bring in an additional to j settles the question that a curling he Philadelphia club, possibly more, rink is one of the certainties'among which is a pretty fair per cent when winter sports in Pincher Creek next you stop to think it over. winter. Baltcrics-woodbnrn. Harm- on and Bliss-Brown Kling. St. Louis ...ooo OOfl' oston ..............OOfl'OOO 7 fl Batteries-r.aiulermilk and Winjrp Tyler and P.aridan. Buffalo EASTERN 210001 000-3 FORMER CHAMPION.SCULLER WHO WILL TRY TO COME BACK, Rochester 000 ooo-i PrortlJcncc 301 000 000-4 12 010 003 40X-8 9 8 Rocllestcr 000 000 010-1 6 000 200 100-3 8 0 .0000300002-5 J0 o 001 01.1 000 I g 3 000010010-2- 8 fi H002020X-6 12 2 Baltimore Ncwark Toronto ing him he was entitled to a parrot, n "Strike two." f'iiiK got Ed Wal.ih to go to the bird store with him. When they got there "Strike yelled CauuoRv. the one goal was in fnvor of Hilllinrut. Mveryono had expected a close tus- sle and they one, and had the score gone according to the play the result would have been a draw, but us matters turned out, Hillhurst had the good fortune to get the lead, and though It u'as only a narrow one, to ieep It to the end, just as the Calllos gained the championship of the lea- i-ue br a sliiule In IfXKi, at Worcester, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 002 ISO OOx-6 10 no 200 s Second game (11 Minneapolis 010 002 100 5 010 200 001 13 200 101 11 020 001 7 200 ll 201 00 001 000 11 000001 S 102 001 "n 2 001 000 S 0 (Sunday) OKI 050 S 1 000 001 7 2 200 100 13 0 010 -mo u :s 'ansns C. .100 001 13 5 oledo 010 000 030 11 t Inne.ipolls 000 Oil 1-1 4 ollimbus 200 211 16 3 i i FJarlhqiiake shocks ivrre felt at H'lshinjlon and Cleveland.