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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914 THE LET H BRIDGE DAILY H U K A I, PAGE THREE Athletics Will '-Meet .National League Champions in First of Big Games That Day New York, N.Y., Sept. j matter whotHer Boston or New York wins the National league nant, ihs World's Series will start on October days the 4leie of the major league sched- ules. The Athletics cloie their son at home (in October 7, with the Yankees, while the Giants finish at hom-3 with Phllfieu, and the Braves close their season on the same date wish Brooklyn at Ebbets' Field. In the event that Boston wins the Na- tional league pennant, it is the in- tention of the Commission to .play a pair cf Iwo-aerles and two one- gamo provided the World's rune that far. As usual, the city-which will stage the first game of'tht will dacided by the toss of a coin. PRINCETON VG. HARVARD ft. Norns Tennis Finals Against Gacrgo M. Church Philadelphia, -Pa., Sept. 'Nor- j Williams II., national champion and member of the Davis cup 'team, defend his intercollegiate title to- Old League Baseball Powers Stick to Old Policy Res- pecting Outlaws Chicago. Sept. world's se- ries challenge of President Gilmoreof the Kederul league to tin: national j commission is accepted here us mere- ly complcl.inir tjiR records of Gil- morn's campaign to receive oflicial recognition of his organisation as he- ing of major league caliber. That the challenge would he. sont was announced a month ago and, while President Johnson of the Am- erican league and President Comiskey j of the White Sox could not lie found here today, it was recalled that both I of them had porously asserted they j would have no relations with the I except on a distinctly un- I friendly basis. j Clubs of the Federal league have j f L. r I plaved to a total attendance of being one of the powerful factors] porSQns tQ acc0rding to a statement issued today by Presi- dent Gi'niore. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO OTTAWA AND HAMILTON TO FIGHT IT OUT Although there lias been Httle done to indicate tlm strength of the various Interprovinclal teams, it pretty well felt that tlm Tigers and Ottawa will be (ho two clubs to fight it out when the season gets under way, says, Hamilton Spectator. The Arjjos have been pretty well shot by thoir contribu- tions to the first contingent, hav- ing lost several of tlicir star jrfny- ers. This docs not mean tfiiit the Argos outfit will lie hopeless, hut it does mean that they 'will not meas- ure up to championship strength. Montreal will have to be a great deal stronger than tltcy were last year to do much, and it is hardly likely that they can build up in one season, especially as they have also lost some good players owing to the call for volunteers. Tigers will be just about us strong as they were a year ago, while Ottawa can always be depended for a pretty fair kind of a JOHNNY EVERS Former Chicago Cub, who is morrow ajainut George M. Church, captain of the Princeton team and state -champion- of Delaware, in the _______....., ___r final single match .of the interco'ileg- Durfee mtido it five wins for the. state Sate; tennis tournament on. the courts t'ajr meeting thus far today, when he o make the Boston Braves a National pennant probability. Evcrs is ilaytng second base with the Braves with all the cunning of his palmiest days, when the old Cub machine was supreme In baseball DURFEE WINS FIFTH EVENT His "Rags" Captures Govern- ors' Stake at Sacramento Sacramento, Cal., Sept S. the Merlon Cricket club at Raver- -ford. Both Church aiVd Williams won their semi-final today with- ease, tlw formariitfectink his team-mate. A. straight sets, 'while Wll- Hams'.was vanquishing L. Vandsvan- also of Princeton, even more aiid The .feature event of the doubles was'the match in which Williams fis- which vas patched bj a Bal lefy that comp etelj surrounded tiie court. .The international star and his 3-aitner Harte also ot .won the match in almost re- .cord Irae defeating law and Hanej of Prjn eton Ihrop straight sets in a i little less than three quarters of an Tho losers. Von only three games captured the governor's stake, 2.12.trot, in straight heats, with.Rags, and drove Changote a straight heat wiii in the1 state'fair futurity No. 3 for three-year-old pacers.. DUCKS FLYING WITHIN RANGE BIG BAGS NOW Business is picking up with the duck-hunters. Tho trophies of the open season are becoming more num- erous and the boys are bringing in some well filled bags now. The ducks are flying within shoot- ing distance the conditions last night were exceptionally the wind stirring up the birds and mak-; ing them fly low and within easy I range. j Reports are encouraging from all points, and duck dinners for Sunday will he all the rage. Mrs. Inman Confident That Her Husband Will Triumph Over Hoppe Green Table plRECTUM PAGES FAST MILE Maiv of 1 5S Mile Detroi! s has> h, en recencd that "Mel mat h in mj opinion Inman is quot hoiirnc Inman, the' English champion ed as saying to a Montreal news paper man. believe I shall enjoy a great advantage over Hoppe at._the English game and he will be -com polled to-play better-than he ever did before at his own game to ovetr come .the rapid pace 1 shall set for at the American game. I vLo is to pla> champion ,np ames wlth Hoppe COIU mencms September 'S has turned his tej.itiful home l-notsn as St s at No. .12 Grange Road, ;Gunners- W. London, over to theiRritish go eramsnt for the use of-the. troops NATIONAL St. Louis I, Boston 1. (Callod account of Cincinnati 3, New York 3. Chicago 0, Brooklyn 2. Fittsburg 4, Philadelphia fi. AMERICAN Philadelphia 2. HnstoriM, Cleveland 3. New York 5, Chicago 7. FEDERAL Kansas City 5, Baltimore 1. St. Louis 1, Buffalo 3. Chicago 3, Pittsburg o. Indianapolis 5, Brooklyn i. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 10. Toronto G. Rochester 5, Montreal 2. Baltimore 3, Providence 11. Newark is, Jersey City 5. AM. ASSOCIATION .Milwaukee 12, Kansas City 2. Cleveland 3, Only games today" who pass Micro from Aldershot to; not think the winner of tl.is contest D front, and for hospital purposes 'his received from Mrs. Inman, who v> ill rcacli New York-.on I oird the SS Miuretama in time I I aer ksoaild b match tuth the will capture, the by paced an un u 1 i, le i e jt t rda> In i trial a a ist is ccj of 00 as an .exhibition, in .cdnurction 'with the st to lace o Ra> efrfp ind 2, cmipani d bv a runnel J t-ontrars di eu To-n phj tl t, ch s -pficeti: first ouarter in SO'' c h I