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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Friday, Sejiienibcr nrooklict, Mass., cis Quimctt.. tbe Bcfctoo amateur, pr- frtoofc Harry Vartion, and the' EcgUsh professionals, at the Cole la the American open golf cham- pionship at tr-e Country Club toJay. Quimctt the IS holes in U strokes, which vrith bis 151 of vfalevday, give him a total of 225- Viie three players slatted on equal terms in too ibal loucd. HANDICAPPED BY- RAIN AUbough handicapped by their poor cutuard journey, Vardoa and Rav playrd graud golf in the rain coming In, and wound up 5t holts on evea terras, with a total cf 325- Hagiu, Rochester, with a total 12 tht morning ol 76 and a grand toidl nE 227 lor the'51 holes, onlr two strokes behind the Ecglisluuan it nooc. GREAT CROWD FOLLOWS ilass., Sept. Eng- land ba3 a two point advantage in tfic ?rore and an even greater ad- vantage ia position whea the rouQfti in the open' golf cbaiapicrisbip this more ing ou the lints of Country club- A cold wind hdd set In Tshen Edward Hay, oae of the Hritish trio, started ths day's spirt, plajiog with M. -I. Brady, ci Wallas tdc. as the first pair. int-le-cent conditions, however, failed -to keep iJonrn tfce gallery, aa3 Tihen Harry Vardoc, ot England, an" even iaror- ite for tb? event, stalled twenty min- utes after Ray, nearly a en- thusiastic spectators, including a toir sprinkling ci trudsed through the grass eher him. third rotnd .began with Var- Coiwy Mack Expects Hard Battle in theWorld's Series will bt the foujht world's se-rlw country DBS evaa said Connie recently. "T have young pitchers who will gke the Giants a tussle, and they are Brorcn. Houct, and Bush. Now raind jou, 1 am going to have in this world's series two o-d timers. Plank and the Indian, Bender. These, vete-raca tools part fa tbe first battle that I had with McQraw, aleo tlie aad they arc going to be In this series piuviding McGrmw and ta our respective leatuw. "1 realize that XcGrftWt club U stronger than it was In con- tinued tht slrsteaist, "and I can see that my mea hate, a bailie ahead of them. "Xo> I B-ou't say that the Athletics will outwit New York. I suppose s good deal wlU defend upon the c-f luct. Now I vaht to, you about the flrtt time iny uaiiiiwd up against York. You cau draw your owu coucluilonE. No manager Is going to knock an postas club la a world nor ia he going to alibi.- But here were the facts In "Of course! figund oa pitching M'addell in the that erratic south threw down. who could cutboi anybody on the club, brolte half a dozen bats and then a certain member o[ the club soaked Waddeil with a uniform has; it Injured the arm. Thtt the truth. M far afi" Wa.ddell's failure, to appear in the Eories it. concernetl. shut us out three games in that series, and-McGinnity did it otice. Bender also shut out tho Giants, and I don't mind pre- dicting that he is "just as good now as he was then. PJaak's games were and I had great pitchers in that 1905 series, but Wad- dell's absence handicapped me." "XeJttier 'Danny' Murphy cor llarrj- Davis win get Into this coming but they will be there "with some timely advice." National Phlladelphta-PIttsburg, two rain. BtwiUyn 3 S I CiuL'iunati 3 S 3 Hui'kft, Itagcoa acd Fishtr Ames and nusitia 0 Chicago 3 Tyler and ilariden Pittce Archer. 5 0 7 1 and Boston .......'....................'3 71 Chicago 093 Hess and Rarldeti; Vaughn, Slack and Art'her. rain. York-St. Louis, two games, Clereland Boston American 13 Si. Louis 'hiiadclphia I.-vernz and auii Schang. Detroit asMngtoa Rtlcer, Harding and retime and Henry. HEINIE WAGNER THINKS ITS AN EVEN BET BETWEEN ATHLETICS AND GIANTS Heinle TVBgner, caplain of the Red has been shot to fleets nearly all s Sol, admits tlat'the GlanUi and Alh- leiics win meet in. the next world's series, bill that he is not Billing 10 go. He refuses to wliiCh of tne'two teams he thinks win win. don and Reid of rlngtaiid, -tifd for Heinle garo out his opinion In an ln- :nrst place at 147 and with Hay and terview.' lierjjtrt Strong, oi-Iawood, only two is most unusual, in- 'strokes hehinii. In the fust sir places a-mucn as scarcely a big league ball America had some slrpaj players in1, player in' the country bit is' certain Smith, of -J. il.''Barr.fs, 61 Tacoma, .ai 150.' Francis Qutmcti, the brilliant Alei Moss, oE Hrae- Sargent, of- Chevy ton, amateur; DUrn; George Chisf, and W. Uagin, of Rochester, were all tied at 151. were 55 players ia tie tun- ninft today sniJ it. required atout 24 tours' lo send away the. field. Ten Pins Will Soon Be Cackling on "Y" Alleys, T the representatives of his OWD pariicalsr will 'have a walkaway with the bij clash, no mat- ter the teams might corapare to an unbiased outsider. Further, the players are at all times willing and to parts ot their Ealarlea on their But Wagner aaj's fiitly wouldn't bet a cent just and declared that vrith.both teams in perfect shape the series will be an even money pro- position. Here how Wagner ia quoted: win (He pennant and cinch it in tirje to let Bender and Plant resl op for tfce world's because It bad the luck we had laat tarlinz ationt the first of Octobrr We went through the 1912 aoa nil tt King around the Y. son with" our team prictlcally intact. >KC.A. ioj a month at least. Phrsi- nzd no aside "from the'Iofs ot or.e pitcher, cal Instructor rounding up Jack Coombs. _ Barrj" proinsse or soine exciting game, but he was not out long enough Ismes around the bowling alleys to seriously aifect club. the evenings during the tirr.c the race "I Cleveland thould be proud fnr the chaaipipaEbip and Ihe N'elson of {is team and sutlsfic-d If It flniehcd II was the luck- ieit cJub, Clevelaiid-End Boston were lieal Estate Men. -Interna- he_pailr teams from Sox had the luck Connie .Mack has had we be fighting it out for. first Ihe dormitories of the place with thft Athletics. per and lower floor respectively.. GEORGE CHBW1NC TOBACCO I in quality at whick it a made differs from olhe btcauw the n Manufacturers, OUEBEU ton. a-hile Joe Wood was able lo Jnlsh but 15 instead of would be ri-bt up Hldng the top, des- pite our otfier accidente. And I hate would be 1C Lajoie, 'BirmlnEhain, Chapnian''.'and Steea had not been hurt and if Yean arm had hot "Whom do 1 It looks like even' moae'y' with me. In. fact, I will not piit a cent up until It time for thB'serifs to be- gin. -'A lot cun happen before October IS. If Connie Mack Ii'unible. to put bis regular infleld into fhe seriea, raj cash goes on tie Giants. If-Mathe'w- Doyle or Murray Is. then give me the Athletics. Mathewjon' Is pitching better ball than 'he did laat year, but it does not look as if'Mar qyard going quite so well. I guess thoujh, the Giants are a Irlfle strong er than they were wien they tackled us latt tie Athletics are not as.strong as they were ia 1911. For that reason I think it li even money and take your choke if each .earn Is not crippled when the series Cullop, Grtg? and Curirt O'N'eill, Mosfljy, Btdient and Cady. SchalVo 1 7 0 6 S 0 Gibson v'ew Yofk 6 10 6 Russell, Welsh and Easterly Mc- lale and Cossett. 0.. Sept. .'Idling a precedent, the board ol Jlrectori ol the National league lilt night ordered the, lame be- New York scd Philadelphia Kitional league club3: played ou1 30. ftafahed on October Ike tame men In the field and the sj'me status extitlBg as on Ind day .flraplve Brennan awarded to Xcw York on account of ths alleged tnterfor. ence'wilh the batters. At the time the game was called erfl was a mau on base, one- man iit-and a ball on the batter, with the score standing S to C in favor or Philadelphia. This Mine situ- atJon, with the same men la the field and at the bat. Is ordered to be produced again aud the game Hnijhed.. MANY-.WILL ACCOMPANY TEAMS Stventy.five to MaVe Trip Around thei World With B.I! Pljy.r. luternational Baltimore 581 Jersey City 8 12 2' Roth and Egan; ''Verbout' and Blair. S Jersey 3 5 Baltimore a i .Tuero- anu Egan. Montreal 3 s B'jfialo 2 10 3 McGraycof'iiod Howley Beebe and Lalpnge. Toronto-nocltster, lain. Association Louisville 181 Milwaukee (I 40 and Cleiiio.ns Hovlik and Marshall: Louisville......T Gtilcago, Sept. IS. Seventy-five persons will go on the round-the- world tour to be made nest winter by NCK York Jvatlonals and the Chi- cago Americans.1 President Comlskey of the'-local club announced todaj' that there will be fifty in his parly whea steamer aails from Vancou- rer on N'ovember 12, aud the Gotham delegation win number twenty-five. Each tourist's fare will amount to it least but there will be count- lesg minor expenses In addition. Each player will be required to post to guarantee his presence on the ehlp, tj-Jt thV.monfer will bo refunded when the boat satis. Manager John J. McGraw, of the Comiskey today d a payment of to cover.pe'rt payment of the expenses aad-on.Oct: ober 10 will make- a payment of equal amount, which will carry the party to Port Slid! LION PUI CM IN Wlnniprg. Sept. pulling Tony l-apom to tit: floor ic sev- enth round with. a hard blow the head, .lack Dilloj; finished tht> Cliica- KO boiir oath its jitxt ro'JU'l v.'itii a short rinlil to the point of the jaw, which sent Caponl down and and to bc.oarned to his rorner. It was a popular acd deserv- ed having hij uuo all the though the ItalUn bus- er shcmed a lot ot clevmifss and fiaaieuess, he could not stand the ttr- riblc onslaught of his younger op- ponent, seemed able to beat his man in pretty nrarly any round. 'Capor.i the defensive from the start and Dillon jxhlljitel sonic ol the cleverest tot some timr. Dillon was al- ivajs and trom the first gong to the last did the aggressive veil.', forcing the Cim-ago man to do some clever blockm? 40 save a knock- out iu the earlv rounds. In the fiilh, "tlip boys foujht heart I to hrad and exchanged volleys cl punches, which brought' crowd to its -feet, but Dillon finished nilu a vk-lous rljlit to the. jaw, which made Cnponi sotneivhat grog- gy, and when be look another crack Hi the jaw- in the seventh, which was followed by cv swing to the head tl-e Italian rolled to the floor aud ths gong sounded with only about two minutes of boxing. Tony was no doubt dazed when he started the eighth and Dillon took advantage to hook a right to Hie jaw, ivhidh was the finish ol the Italian. The who posed us a boy In Toronto for a.long time and drove a truck In a factory.-1 She ran away .'and for six She was arrested In Toronto for'Vagrancy and misrepre- sentation. NO WELSH-BAYLEY IOUT FOR THE B.C. CAPITAL Esquimau Council Unanlmoutiy De- cldts Not to Issue a .Permit Viclorln, SapL lid Is closed down -on the boxing game In Esqui- mau, and not even.the.magic name oE IVeJdie Welsh, champion o! Gieat Bri- tain, can pfy-it open. This was the decision reached last nlglit by the municipal council when a communication came "before It from the Central -Athletic-association ask- ing for permission.id stage llftetn- round bout between Welsh and Joe Eayley. The decision was .'unanimous, tie only councillor who bpokc In favor of the contest refraining from voting when the question wnsrput. Woodburn and- and Hughes. No other james 4 11 1 4 .1 0 Powell MAKE CHANGE :IN HOCKEY Spotanc 0, Vancojiver- Seattle 3. Tacorai Tacoma 6, Victoria5'8.' Frank Patrick Abolish Offsides in Middle of Rink to Speed. the Game Montreal, Sept com- of the biggest propositions hat Ihey have ever undertaken, name-, y, the formation of a wcrkjng agree-, inenl hetweeii the east and the weat, he two controlling hockey todies are now hard at work In an attempt to make an-'imprqveraent on the present, riavitg game. It it stated that uatiy new ideas'will be.given a thorough trial thla winter, In ari effort to try. and make .the game fatter and more ntercsting." While the efdciaU of the National iiockey lefuee to discuss the' iiuestlon it is staled on the' authority that "a new plan propos- ed by Frank Patrick will be out this winter, both In the west as well as in the east. This new plan will b eln the form marking a line across the Ice sixty feet front each of Ito Uetween these two Hnes offsides will not be called, although (t la tho plan of the officials lo still keep 1o the old rule' of loafing offeide. Wllh these lines drawn across the Ice, and no offsides being called be- tween then, it fa stated, tbe officials are of the opinion that the pit? will become much faster. It win mean none of the delays caused by off- tides Immediately after the face-off, and aUo'wni serve to give the play- erg on either side i better chince to gel started toward their opponents' goals. U will also mean that the team pos. seeing the hetUr centre vlli have greater advantage over its opponents than under the presort playing for the ieamVhlrh gels the puck on the face-oil will have a, bis advantage, WELSH-.WILL. CLAIM .TITLE Sept the lightweight' cbam-1 ploh pugilist, said today that he-would appear at.the nrlghpuie arena next iaturday prepared 'car- y out his engagement.to fight Willie iitchie, the world's In'the event of Rilchts not Welsh vill "cljlm Hie forleitj; .Welsh iayi he will sue Ritchie for tjsmages for.hiv- ng lost several remunerative nittches by wsitlng here for Ritchie! i" THE FIXINGS MEN WfAR are just as Important SB their other clothing. Our colle'cllon of men's furnishings Is an lion of that fact. Our selection was made with the Idea you need the rlrnt kind of eol- lar, tie, etc., much as you do the proper suit or dome and see If our.Hea of correct furnishings iott lot ttrike you ,u belne HghL Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Empress Block Fifth Str.ll OUR SATURDAY, SEPT. 20th AND THEREAFTER Will afford you a splendid opportunity to find out all about the Styles in-Men's Clothes made by highest class manufacturers. The beauty of the new the to the new, models and the splendid .quality of the tailoring in every garment will please the' most discriminating clothes, wearer. Gent's Furnishings Hats and Boots A very extensive line to choose from. Every article selected for its exclusiveness in shade, pattern and style, No matter how your fancy may run in this Direction you will find it here. ROYAL STORE SOUTHARD BLOCK AYE, S, ;