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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta -ftnge ft THE LETTimMDfJE DAILY HERALD 21, ALL THE LOCAL AND WORLD'S FOREMOST F.VENTS GAMES IN THE BIG LEAGUES FIGURES FAVOR THE GIANTS IN WORLD'S SERIES J Red Sox Outclassed Ac- cording to Statistics of Teams for Season New York is a bclicr club than ;Boston ou ligurcs taken from batting, j fielding and base running records io .'dare. Only in Holding do ibc Rcil i rise above the Wants Stalil's club is 1 ona point behind the Athletics iu i fielding in the American League. Fheir average is .955. The Giants are absolutely last in the National, tak- ing an average of Uut with this }ow ranking the Giants top the Na- tional-League-in ibe iiuuiber oi dou- plays. McGraw's have pull- "til off 117 of these. In batting and lone distance clout- ing the Red Sox rack second to the -Athletics, leail ihe American 'League. Stahl's men are hitting at a '.276 clip and Their grand batting av- erage, oc slugging .37S- The Giants also rank second in liii-j -ling in their league. Piitsburg is at j the bead oi the Lynch circuit. The average of the Giants is .280, three points behind the Pirates, but four points better than the Red Sox averafe! In long distance bitting the Giants nre tied with Pittsburg at .392, which is 14 points better than Bostonns slugging record. -G-IANTS1, BASE RUNNERS New "York.-, far- overshadows Boston In stealing.; The Giants easily lead their 'league in the number oi stolon bases wish a total of 263. Bos- ton ranks sixth-ia -the American Lea- gue in this' respect-with a total ot 164 pilfered bags. Speaker is the only Red Soi in the list oi leading ten WALSH MAY BEAT RECORD Broke Even PhiiuiK'lphla, Sopl. phia and Si. Louis broke In a dEnible-hi'iulor hero lodiiy, tho ning the first same, 1) lo -I, and home tcmu [hu second, a to 0. Si. Louis' victory wus due lo the Ine-f- fcctivenoss of-Urennan, who was knocked from the rubber hi four lun- fn the second game Aloxnndcr in great form, and nono of tho visitors readied ihird bnsu. fturke was hit hard'In only one liming, the sixth. Pirates Easy Winners Boston. Sept. took tie closing game of the aeries t'loiu Uoston today, 10 to '2. The yarne wila played quickly, on acL-ouui of t'le ex- treme cohi. Plttsburg won by hitting .Perdue consecutively, together with Huston's errors In the fourth. BLACKS WHIT Here's tac Sold by all first class, dealers.cafes and clubs COAST PLAYERS MAY GO TO AUSTRALIA Made to Take Stirs Acrosi Ocean, for QHmei During Winter San Francisco, Sept. baao ball team to ho composed largely o 1'udllc coast league players, with tin. addlllon of a fo'.v major IOKKUO slars probably will mako it tour ot Aimtrnlli next winter, If tlio plans of .7. Cal EwlnB nnd W. J. 0. Kelloy o( Sydney who la nlso the head of [ho Austral Inn nunuiRers boshlos belnj, Ihe I'oprosonlntlvo of HllBh Macln tosh and tho olher fight promoters of Australia, materialize. II Is planned io lake IS of tho 'best- known players .who will consent to tako tho trill, Including two. extra pitchers and catchers, who are. to be loaned to the Australian clubs In the games. The promoters of tlio Idon Ill- lend to snll from San Francisco No- vember ]g and return Junuary snmos to he played also at Honolulu. Cubs Rallied in Ninth Brooklyn, Sept. defeat- ed''Brooklyn today by a score of 3 to 2, iu a ninth inning rally, In wbich the visitors acoretl three rims aflev two men were out. Rngon had held Chicago scoreless until then. Sheck- ard and W, Sillier Singled in this inn Errors were Brooklyn's runs. responsible for ____ _____ Pitcher Edward Walsh of the Chicago White Sox. American League team, is likely to establish a now pitching record in modern The season ends October 6. The re cord oE 72 games is held jointly "Old Hoss1 Hadbourne, who pitched 72 games in 1SS4, and John Clarkson, who duplicated it in 1885. WOODBINE MEET OPENS TODAY Sept. The Ontario Jockey Club's itutumn meeting, RED SOX CATCHER Who Has Played a Prominent Part in Boston's Grand Showing success of the Boston team ihis base stearers. He ranks lourth with a begins at tomorrow, marks season is due in a measure to the Giants Had Losing Streak New York, Sept. and N'ew York divided their double-header oday, Cincinnati winning the fi'rst game, by a score of -1 to '1, and N' York tho second, 4 to 1. By losing ibe lim spir.p, New York suffered its fourth straight defeat, the ugfsst losing streak ol' lhe season. Cincinnati took this game in the first inning, when four hits off Mar- quard, ivith two errors yielded four runs. Iu the n-jxt five innings Mar- nuard did not allow a man to reach first. Benton pitched well for Cin- cinnati, New York making two runs in the sixth on three singles, and an er- ror by Mitchclk DevoreV batting got all four runs in the second game. H-s drove In two runs with a single ana scored himself on. Sncdgrass' hit, all in the third inning. In the sixth he hit a home run. Harter, a recruit, pitched for Xew York, nnd did well. Ames was effective at -all stages, Cincinnati's runs being due to Grant's single, a steal and a wild.throw. total of 4S. The" Giants haVi ainonc the lea'dihg ten base thicrcs of the National league. They are: Snod- grass, SG Doyle, 34 Herzoz, 30 Murrav, 31 Becier, 27 Devore, 25. INr RUN SHORING In rua scorir.z tlie Red Sox arc j ahead oi th-; Giants as far as indivi- j ,T duals are concerned. -Speaker, with H6 and Hooper, loot better than Do'vle 06, and Snougrass i9. Speaker beats anything Xew York can show'in the heavy hitting line. The great Texan has a slugging aver- age of .569, while the best JIcGraw offers is Doric- with an average oi ,485. THE PITCHERS Among the first twelve pitchers in the National League appear the names of sis Giants, and in the'list of American League Hinders four Red heavers are found among the first twelve. Their records .735 for 3-1 games; Tesrcau, .7B2 for. 21 games Cran- iall, .667 ior IS games Mathcwson, .667 for 33 "games Ames, .643 [or 14 games 615 ior 17 games. ig season in Can- j gveat work behind, the bat by ada for That tbe meeting will I Bill Carrisan, Carrigan Is the leading be a" brilliant goes without say- j catcher of the Ued Eos and tire mnn- ing. Preparations have been ma-de to j ner in which he has coached the pitch- entertein an immense crowd. The ers has coutribuied greatly to the eE- programme of seven races, finds a Facuve twirling dane bj them. The toial added muuey io be disiribuied ;'Bo9tou pitching stall today is one of among the horsemen of no less thaa the beat that can be found in either There is also the Dominion j o[ tbe big leagues. At the start of Handicap of added, the "Wood- J the baseball year it vras not rated The Pot New York -6SS Chicago .023 Pittsburg-r .607 Cine nnati .507 Philadelphia .467 Si. Louis .414 Brooklyn .374 Doston .321 Perdue is Some Twlrler Hub Perdue lias pitched winning ball (or Hie "Boston Nationals this season nntt no mistake. Despite the fact thnt lie is on a losing team ho hns put up an article of ball that could do credit to the stnr pltchera on the leading teams In the country. Perdue is a good fellow and works best 'when in trouble. Rlehlo Greatly Responsible Lou Richie, of the Chicago Cuba, has clone great work in the box for the loam this yonr. He IB only a pick- up pitcher, but his splendid twirling Doston Washington Philadelphia Chicago...... Detroii...... Cleveland New York St. Louis L. Pet 43 .693 5? .S99 58 .589 71 .-IS9 75 .-171 76 .465 3G .362 92 .338 Association Minneapolis Columbus Toledo...... Kansas City Milwaukee St. Paul...... Louisville Indianapolis 58 65 67 SO S4 75 87 C-l 100 55 IOC 95 S2 76 .641 .601 .586 .503 .475 .463 .330 .342 has helped mightily in putting Cubs Iu the peuiiant race. the MARKETS! LETHBRIDGE MARKETS No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern No. :i Northi'ni No. -I No. r. No. f Alberta lied No. 2 Aloci'ln Hod No. Albertu lied No. -I Alberta lied No. 5 Alljurlu. lied Bran, per Son 0.71 0.01 0.61 0.71 O.Cli O.lil O.D1 21.01) 29.00 ,-26.06 .j.0.01 4 0.02 J. 0.02- o.oi Onions, per llv......L.............-..02 to .0-1 Butter and Cjjgi: Dairy butter 0.2! Cicaiiiery butter 0.35 Eggs, fresh .......................t........ 0.33 on tne Hoef: Bborte, per Oata, per ton, rarked ___ Rolled Oats ___r......... New Potatoes, per fd...... Beets, per Ib......... Carrots, por Ib. Turnips, por Ib. .4.... Steers, per pound Cowa, per pound Cows, dressed, per pound ers, drossed, per Ib epc per cwL per owt, Hogi: Drceaed. per Ib. per Ib .05f .05 10 0.11 6.01 0.11 0.08 McGraw on World's Scries John McGrnw, leader of the Giants, mcdea tly declines to .talk much on the world's serlea. "If It Is our luck to have a hand in tne said he, "I cnn't see why we should find Bos- ton as tough as the Athletics were. The two teama will be pretty evenly balanced on batting, but I don't see whore their pitchers will have any- thing ou us. I've an Idea thai we can get this fellow Wood, though he must have blossomed into a nice pitcher In the last year or so." WINNIPEG CLOSING PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. cash cloa- ig prices today were ae follows No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern........... No. 'i Northern.......... no No. 4................... No. 5 75 No. Feed...... Winter Whoat- No. 1....... No. 1...... bine Autumn Stoke steeplechase, I as Anything out of tlie ordinary, but 500 added, aud the dlc-ap, with 5700 adde cennaTy Han- WRESTLER'S CHALLENGE A 165-pound wrestler, calling him- self Geo. Watts, stated 10 the Herald yesterday that, he was looking for a match here. He woirid like LO run np T" against Jack Taylor, if ihe latter will Joe Wood Loses Detroit, Sept. Wood, of Bos- ton. Invincible since early in July, at- 'tempted today to win his seventeenth straight victory at the expense" of Detroit, and failed. In a contest, ihe locals tri- umphed, 6 to 4. "iVoods' record of six- consecutive victories tied rhe league mark established by Walter Johnson, of Washington. "Tex" Covington. who spent part of Hns, Bedient. Hall and O'Brien have I the season, pitching Cor the minor lea-, each rolled up a fine string of victor-! Elje clubs, 'was only credited with the los. All of which is a feather in the I Th-a score was 3 to 1 in De cap-of Bill Carrigan, wbo helped' troit'g favor in the fifth inning, when th-a pitchers as no' Covington wan put- out of the game fclie mann-ar in which it has delivered the goods all season has surprised the basehnll experts. Joe Wood 'is rated as the star of the Am- erican League this season, while Col- Nortliwcstern W. L. Pet Seattle Spokane Vancouver Portland Victoria Tacoma .Of .564 .561 .4G7 .'I3G .391 dence today, and tbe youngsters play- ed the Clana to a ten-Innings tie. Both Works and Danforth pitched brilliant tall for.Providence, for seven Innings aud then were knocked from the mound. agree io itrow him in leugtn of time. a reasonable nther man has. Carrlgfin hns caught' Klter a" argument with Umpire O'- EOXER WANTS A BOUT in first class style and baa also hit well. NEWARK Eddie Wylie, a boxer, of North Dak- BE in the city looking for a bout. weight is pounds. Devlin Still There Arthur Devlin of lhe Boston Braves CLUB MAY BOUGHT BY EB3ETTS Brooklyn Owner After Control of ternational Franchise New York Sept. McGin- Ked .885 for 35 names; Is still very for from being all in'as nity, of the Newark club of 31-all. .i'li for 22 games R. Collins, a plaj-er. The veteran has put up a i International league, was in con- Loughlin, over a ball pitched to Krug. Lake succeeded him, and was nil har'l, Doaton immedial-ely forging a- head. Lake's single, started a rally in the Detroit half, however, and Crawford's centre produced tivo tallies, enough to give Detroit ihe right of way. appeared to pitching under a severe strain. In tht- ihird he walked Covington, 1 Corridon and Crawford in rapid cession. Then Krug dropped Ccbb's .700 in 20 games Bedient, .667 in 21 games. classy game u-lr.h the Braves this year ferenee tonight with President ONE OF NATURE'S SAFEGUARDS, During nomal periods we digest our food properlj ly and thus accumulate a rf.scn.-r (undof vitality, 5lreoKth or force, which mav be drawn upon in time of-need. This ruerve enables us to safely tide-over danger periods of epidemic orinfcctioua sickness which otherwise would brine disaster. Very careful scientific experiments made in two separate series by Professor Thompson of the School of Phyioloirv' Trinity College. Dublin demonstrated that the daily use of Bovril has on tttr.iordinary effect on the alimentary system, foritenablestliedigeativeorgani to do their wort more thoroughly, and Kivea powe> to the system to absorb the full' store of nourishment from our everyday food and by that means tn ncciimnlBte tbe store orsurplus energy which is a most valuable possession. pop fly, whir-h gave Detroit a total of Eb- i three runs. Covinston allowed but Ho has played in a number of posi- tions and has filled ;hem all well. MANDOT LOOKS GOOD ENOUGH FOR WOLGAST belts, of the Brooklyn National league oni3 scralth hit. Wcod continually ob- v Joe Mandoi tho Xc-lv Orleans v lightweight, looms up as about, v the most dangerous antagonist Acl can run against. v Mandni defeated Rivers at Los Angelsa on Labor Day, and v through fiis victory is entitled io a go with the ch.iinpion. v Rivers was after a return match with Wolrjast, claiming that he had him beaten in their Fourth of July meeting but was robbed of tho verdict. Now that Rivera has fallen before the prowess of Mandol. th club-, regarding-an oiler by' SbBclts buy the Newark- rar.has'er'sholulns In the-' -club, .ac'riuirenieiil of which'would give Elicits "corkVol o'f ;he liluh Tne Brooklyn" magnate was already a large hcldor of Itfe-clno, when joday he the futereat of S'niiih, the ChicsEp repre- sentative'of Ihe necas only a few additional shares to "-acuuire control.- WAS CONTRARY. TO i BASEBALL. Between- Philadelphia and .Buf- falo for Player Annulled by Com- mission Cincinnati, Sept. Philadel- of Ihe Xallonn! league, and loulhern boy, who has been I lhe International .league, National, baseball commls- jected to the -directions of the um- pire. White Sox Beit Senators Chicago, Sept. 20. Chicago bunch- ed hits off Hngcl, and won the first game of the farewell scries with Wash inglou loJay, li to 1. Wasuington's lone run rcsulled from a base on balls, a single and a sacrifice fly. floehllng, a recruit, pitched a good same. Cleveland Beat Highlanders Cleveland, Sept. York, by a. Bitirle, uphill fight, came within one run of equalling the big lead piled up by Cleveland in today's game, which won by a score of 9 to S. Both "sides hilled hard, the fielding of Clmse and Slcrrlt. their hilling, and Association Kansas City 5, St. Paul 2. Toledo 5, Columous 1. Toledo 3, Columbus 3. Victoria 5, Vancouver 3. Seattle 7, Portland C. Spokane 2, Tacoma 0. v CONNIE MACK PICKS RED SOX Athletics' BOBS Says Boiton Will W.ln World's Series lit 92 DO No. 3 No. 2 C. tfi No. 3 C. W.......... Ex. Mo. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed............ No. 2 Feed 43 44 Philad-elphia, Sept. fans hero are somewhat Eurprissd to- day to learn thai Connie .Mack, mana- ger of the Philadelphia American lea- gue team, had broken his hitherlo in- variable rule agaiust making predic- tions, by picking lhe Boslon Ameri- cans aa the likely winners of lhe ap- proaching 'world series with the New York National league team. Here IB Mack's opinion: "The Boston Sox should win the world's championship of ID] 2 with na much ease as we cnplured it in 1811. people seem lo 'be under the impression that the Boston team is liable to waver when the hig games are staged, hut th-ere is not a cub or youngster In the line-up. All are tried and true, and will go through the series without a quiver." No. 4 Feed Flax- No. 1 Nn Vf....... No. 3 Condemned....., 40 161' .MB 120 THE CHICAGO MARKETS McGOORTY AND KLAUS v Would Make An Ideal Match For Middle Title Eddie McGoony looks like Ihe bast bet In the middleweight ranks at present. A battle between McGoor- ty and Frank Klaus should settle the middle-weight championship mud- die. Recently Klaus was awarded a verdict over George Carpenter, the dirllng pugilist of France and undis- puted middle-weight champion of that country. Therefore an agreement be- tween Klaus and McGoorty would bo an ideal event, in that the winner would have a clear title to the world's championship. McGoorty has been matched to bos 10 rounds with Jack Harrison, the .Englishman, and holder of the Lord. Lonsdnle belt, at Mad- ison Square Garden, September 23. Chicago, Sept. large world sJifpments a 'depressing ef- fect on the wheat market today. Prospects were also for continued heavy receipts from the Korthwesl. There was no export demand. Open- Ing figures varied from I lower to a shade alliance. December started at to M, a sixteenth off to a like amount touched 01J and then iell to S1J. An easy reeling prevailed in the oats crowd, owing to the downward tendency of wheat and corn. Decein- her started unchanged to a shade iov--- er at 31{ and J to clincd to coming to the front fast should be In line for a battle Wolgast. with j sion to decide who was entitled to lhc..ECrvicc3 of player each v v v claiming that the other had not kept wHh It, and the commission, In __ _ T ._ I'M FLYNN AS llsJlW deciding tbe case here today pro- I r.ounccd the agreement entered Into Jim Flynn, tho Pueblo llreman, as- ferts Lhat he has It on any of the other white men In game. lie in- Linds to go after the beat of them ind clean them up. Flynn carrloa ground a muchly depleted bunk roll In anxious to get Flynn ou with Joe Jennclte, the negro championship claimant, and Is willing to make the match at once. want it mlllioi tie, but he thlnka hia have a belt Joammlte, declared It null and void Walter Is Not a Swede Pitcher Walter Johnson makes'lao mce. Cnrley noes not I statement that he la not a Swede as dollars for such a Hal- i, renrrally tupposcd, hut'a Scotch, '.hlnka hia man should Gormnn. IliK folks wcr- born In a half a split with Harrlshurp. whore he made his debut bcforo aiming to Idaho. Chapman's features. base running being the International Toronto Cleaning Up Toronto, Sejit! it two straight from Rochester today In another a 10 to.S score. The new champions scored scvon runs in the first on six hits, including a double nnd triple and two "walks. Drucko vraa taken out In the s-econd, and Lush finished tho game, holding ihe ex-champjons tight, and striking out eight. Colts Their Equals Baltimore, Dunn tfA team of colts against Provi- CHANGES IN U. S. JRDGBY RULES Boston, Sfrpt. alightly modittcd the first football games of: the season were -scheduled tbday on half a dozen college week ibo Ianp2 universities will be- gin their mate ties. modification in the rules this year is expectcil by those in charge of the to raakc scoreless ties in- frequent. Tbe principal changes are: Shortening oT Ibe field from 330 to 300 feeL -c Allowing of Ifonr downs In which to iniittc ten ya of Uic side kick.; Unrestricted use of the forward pass. Change in seining by which touch- downs count s tv points Instead of five as formerly. This year the is kicked off ten ten yards back jnf ihe centre or lh? eld or sixty from the oppon- nia1 goal. it Donaldson Line Direct Service nsliveen Scotland, Continental points and Caca da every Sat- urday. Lzrge new stiiumcrs, modern nnd up to dale, (iterated on tho One Class Cabin plan. Cabin Btatcroo nis all amid- alilpn. 531.25 to Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, GahViiy And Bel- fast. to HamOioK. Antwerp and Rotterdam. to Norway and Denmark, etc. For ful', .information call on any steamship or write, H. E. LIDMAN, Gilieral Agent 445 Miln St., ;