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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Pally Herald. Wednesday. September n> 19NK Phonographs We are sole agents iii v aiid macMnes, :ibotli two CANADIAN PRICES. ON EDISON PHONOGRAPHS -Standard Combination Combination Triumph Comb. .545.00 we have a Book that will show to wear for all occasions. him what Lethbridge ijSSorfing Goods Co -PHONE 1032he is bound to.hwidle some of the .American flght- who recently left: thir'cbuatey un- der Hugh. Molntosh's about the stories' ot 'Jini'r mental breakdown his 'defeat, Jack aaid: ''He mental or physlkial are try- lost from Vancouver's lost col- umns. With a lead, of "four, gam.es, ev- "the" protest, Spokane 3SO will only -have' to win 'two' games from 'a.Seattle-rthe_comiaR._._week to.. COD, _the Or, if Vancouver drops .one Spokane 'R'ill have- to win on. one. incinnati hiladelphia At Adams and and Second "game oston Pittsburg 000 000 "000 002 Moore. ariS .Me defeat very much to heart [.and was. crushed tie realitittba of ranch- 0 -1 now. Doo- care Jef-' 17 1 010 001---2 4 3 Gibson; Frock 121 000 10 000 020 a -while rery deispoadent. tiut' that "I will carry to., the grave ...with me the -belief that drugged .before. he-entered: the rlag., -I ..made the statement day- -alter..'' "J3m reexibed home that had slipped Mm since to change a of :tbat state- ment Any rone can tee. by the pJc- j-.iu.sAiL.- jtuijr uue caa oy tne tac- Mattern .and that aH. jim'g old, time ruahW and Simon. 1909. .But Brown has said his M. ,Placed o, -oaseliall ;Ini35o.. r. 4 t history -by players of the present day .that hid fair "to remain for all time and never suffer' effacement 'by tie superior work of other players. The iourth of these Tecords was turned recently eran: when Younj.. rounded league, this phenomenal slugger has never finished below ting thirteen' years is the wonderful figure of .347- 3-13. .ATTELL WOLC3AST. "363 339.LnotygO; is no reason' 'why it ____ j 350 i should, .foe considered; ._.'.. 354 1'" -Indians .the Best The of 1910 have. won the 347 's-isj pennant because they are the 'best bal. average.1; [team. Considered by and .large, from ;one department .of -the" game tp'anoth er, they 'have "won' on their merits. since increased .'to 504. The ten- Burdened With Man'agersfarf. Lsjoie came into ''the' 2. year earlier than Vi Hen 'below ".300, in recent years, -he' batted hard son the night of October Francisco, Sept." 20.-JimmvTtr. J 'battln Griffin- manager-of the donal letic'clob, announced' to-night ;le Atteli and' Ad d They h-ave the best hatting 'wi. The ir --leading ,in- j J the famous New York pitcher, all injof the charmed ;300 "circle the service of that dnb, juid the phen- f 1S07 and 1908, the two Griffin individual jbEss runner rank far and offensive ply. leads the team, they all rivals in in team fielding, the Cleveland came ii in second baseman, daring their major league losing team. Strange en- ougli, -both of the 'great -batters have played in but two cities during their on the part of the- author- ities he would be prepared to meet it. Atteli present in Milwaukee and Wolgast is at his" home in- Cadillac Mich. Arrangements for the- -match were made .by wire. cultured smoker. but, while statistics are "not- obtain- able on this point, it is safe to say that the pitchers and their consis- tent work in- the field has made the hardest combination to score upon. That's the the wins yourself, and keeping the other "fel- low from making 'em. That's funda: mental baseball. Wei! Balanced Team. It Is hardly fair to pick out any one, or two, or half dozen individuals and say this, or that one, or these, -won the pennant for Spokane. -They, all did Vfeir "it faithfully, bravely and'w-ell The Spokane team was strong in all departments, a 'beauti- fully balanced organization. That most necessary essential, team, work, "esprit du to use the fanciful term, was not absent. They Trere a hardworking, consistent lot of fight ers. Many a game pulled out 'o the fire in late-inning raHies. The Indians were never beaten till the las man was out in the- ninth inning. Hats Off to Ostdiek. Out of the massed effect of all th tine team work o? a bunch of stars I am disposed to> pass the palm to Cap- tain Harry Ostdiek, for his skilful management of the 'best team Spokane ever had. The excellent judgment Ostdiek used in handling Jiis pitching staff was enough to alone throw de- ciding games into the fraJance. And Ostdiek did not anything won- derful in the way of a pitching staff. He had two great pitchers, and how to keep from overworking .these -two and still win series by series was the problem that Ostdiek met and solved with the wisdom of a born leader. He made his weak pitchers sandwich in enough games to win; he switched in his star-performers, in the ..pinches; he saved many a game by making the right change at the right time, and that's why, more than any other one thing, that the Indians won. President Joseph P. Coin was game enough to go after players when his team was losing, and that's more than you can say for a few other alleared trise magnates in the Northwestern League. Be wanted a winner and was willing to pay for it He ".dope" is that he will quit the sea- son a financial loser with his pen- nant winner. Management Deserved More. There have been a Jot of harsh things said about Cohn'and ..Ostdiek In this town thie year, and it ie the gospel truth that both have had genuine support- from the great ibody of fens. Why, is a mystery. tell me. But the strangest, thing about it all is that-, the players shave simply Idolized Cohn and Ostdisk and have pulled tooth and nail with them 'all year. has -batted .400 Cor the Indians, and when you have harmony you must have sgood manage- ment. AS I hare had occasion to re- mark in these columns from time to Gibson and "Simon, ?..X V .At v Chicago -100 GOO o "1 New 000 000 2 -Vaughan "-.and Criger and Mttcheil. At r'-.'. Boston 11 St. Louis Ill S 4 Cicotte and -Maauen; Ray, .Lake and KUlifer and. Stephens. At Cleveland 12 were mtesing, and -that he was .net-there.- have ed him- that "iinlees it going' to--'Australia '.to handle .who -have left wiH Philadelphia FOOTBALL (PLAYER; J. DEpUTY Hamilton, Sept.. of Uavid of the Banls 3 of .Hamilton at Mitchell, Ont., who is 3 nbwi relie'vfng' at iOweii Sound, FT Wit fcj ,'J.tJlP Harkness, teen mentioned in connection with'the and..Livingston. .Deputy Police.. .-Mr. At ?atctiv'e Detroit 000 001 3 .3-vice, and -was .a. memier o the Junior 100 000 92 llgersT tobtbaH team when it .-won the, Donovan and Schmidt; Meyer in He joined the Ainsmlth.' Second ga'me-r Washington'.' Detroit' I...'....... 3 4 000 11 Mullin and. Stian Otey and Henry; age. AMERICAN .-ASSOCIATION At Kansas' Kansas City 810 101 11' 1 St 000 003 Q2lf-6 ,9 James; Reiger, 'Geh ring and Spencer. .At. Toledo......... 103 201 10. 3 Indianapolis 9- 6 James, West aid Craig anc Howley. At -ouisvflle 003 010 2207-8 10 1 lolumbus 12 Kroh, Stremmel, Cook, Packard and Arbofiast and Car- Visch. At Minneapolis; 5 3 Milwaukee'.'... 001 001-74 8 3 Altrock and Dawson; Schardt and Breen. .'.EASTERN -At v- Providence 5 4 Newark 10; is 2 Randolph and Peter- son; Cleary and Hearne. Second i Providence "7 2 Newark................... 4 2 Nelson and Fitzgerald; Waddeil and Hearne. At Rochester................. .3, Toronto ___-___r 9 7', j; Holmes, .Manning and Blair; Mc- Ginley-and Vacdergrift. seniors in 1903. the captain tn'.the-.91st -'Highlanders up till the time went to Lunch Counter Cigars and tor Successor t? C. L Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop in Connection LEATHER GOODS L-A'DIES; HAND BAGS to LADIES' EN'S DRESSING CASES -Bill books, card cases, drink- ing cigar cases, SEE WINDOW DISPLAY E.A.EWEBT JEWELER, Round 3t. THE BAKBEB SHOP Rear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel High Class Work. Everything on the Square, Patronage Solicited. FRA1STK THOMAS Proprietor." P. O; 344 Oarage 628 GARAGE COSMAt CO. Five with :lockera, Rate's., reasonable. Cars washed; polished delivered. 246 Westminster Road. and ;