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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 23, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LKTIlBRinOK DAILY HERALD Tuesday, Scomber 23, 1013 QIAMTQ HAUf IT umiiiu ii Fighting Chance Left for Teams Who Have Any Hope Beating Out Giants and Athletics j NY-v YoiV. Sept. a mat-j made a ilr.e beano's run ol u, and lei of mathematical pcssftiliUcs now i white cow thiea'.er.eU by tbe Cubs, j stalls between tie CiUnts Jad riat 'L war as i letics aad ibe pfiunnls in their :e- svvvitve Tomorrow luay see Bender and Plank Mack's Only j thai win them the fvea'is j they lose ail their refiiainiap Raines. 'N'ol many days a'teruard the players jcsilfr John McCJraw's tuiebt? should j rind themselves in a similar posHiua. SSCODU plaie is keen interest, i rial thy hustlers have -.von nh.e oat of tl.eir last 11 Dailies, whU.- the have but three out of 12 and iitill are go poorly. Cliicaio and Uosion arc only three Hope and They are Much Overworked York. Giants 3 Athletics ihis yoar should Euruish! cue of the icoii tbrflhai struggles oi'j world's history. Such a Js coot! cr bad to whether' the ccntt-starjts are ivouly matched.; only are t'Je I'olo grounders liie Shlbe park lads of abo'Jl kindred sirvngih. but berth hive teeof so erratic the latier part of luat almost anything may be espocU'd! In lie great- I There never such a, world's j as that between the yosittcm The he tosv.jp btiv.'tfii Nationals thMii. ors losicig are the Ai'.ierican league cunncrs-up. tcUkd in uurthi place, but Urcoklyn atid Boston are hiivlnyc a bird struge'e to deo'.de v.hoj shall head the second, division. Cincinnati, uhU'h lias beer, playing at coasiderably better tlian a .500 clip rccrutly. has a fithtiiiic rh3nc? to ;ssly iiiooied m St. l.uuis is hop tke tail cad bcrib. There uil! be LD one from present tppcr.raiices to dispute third the Cubs, uho will therefore. untets they happen io rise a by Leeptcg up their spurt as-1 nnsint out the Phillies, fiaiih under tiers Caught on the Fly Giants last {aU. at from tlie I Left Fielder Connelly, of the Boston iMont, where ht goes fifteen rgur.ds t of the jpcctaculai. Tlier--'Nationals, broke his ankle sliding Into Dick Hyland en October 7. From second base zt St. Louis. Butle will go to Wirjnipeg and I on to Itansas City, and 'then New York, where he exptct ight talned tht honor of holding, undis lea of plays of exceptional toward the end of llancr as fairly knocked the Ithls month at Walls Walla. He will off ttcir cbairs. jmMt Sam Gocj; The cxacl datft of Luck a Big Factor the bout I.ucb E very important part la tbe world's scrips of too, the very best pitcher on. either team, so far as work is'concern- td, didn't win a pamep while Mar- qaard breezed tbrougb to iv.o easy I The Giants coulila't cet a 5 run for-'-BSg ivhiie they simply slaughtered the Sox every lime the tienal league batters, just now, percentage of -.361 puts him ahead of Earl1 Ylr.glir.g, the Brooklyn pitcher, who hofds an average cf Hefnle toot a baBil. The most dcriui eatcli ever ehown on a hall field was produced by Harry Hooper at thD [iSfchotoEira! moment. It cut a }ic-rner off Larry Hoy's and saTpri a to boot. Hooper might never bj able to make such another .Thai vras the ill forUae of the Giants. is the element of uncertainty !j T.-liich lends such a charm to l} Ized baseball and the uaceriain cer- tainly enhanced the last world's ser- les abo-Jt ten fold. There never were two E'jcli uncertain and erratic ojv :.f fonents in the autumn claesfc as iho Gotham acri Hab aggregations the day they lined up for the E Had'.either Bide played all "season after the fagbiou of the Tsorlfl's series It would cot have finished iu the first civlaion of ita company. .Question of Condition Both the GianU and .-anlctics have befcn go'ag in rather slip-shod fashion for a month. Were they ito start the big tomorrow It would be n puzzle to dope it, -The team with the i luck vrooliJ Tin- But the end of another tiro Creeks the prespectlvo are lihsly to settle do-a-n to real tKtalnefls. McGrav and MacX will 1.1 uuui 15 champion batter last PJ! Brown will have a at is slowly climbing, but- is still Australian tighivvelght titls at 10, and probably will not be able Australia, on October 4. he the toP thts meets Hugh Mehegan. The boys weigh in at KO pounds, which of Detroit, With average Qt indicate that Australians are nsl Jackson, of Cleveland, with .374, part feu la r about Speaker, of Boston, arc a neck and neck'flnish in the American athletes won eight out 'for first batting hovnorsjln the the Important avents at league. Cofcb's twelve- championship track and iield lead, and the approach cf the of Quebec, held at Montreal on Sat- :saason's make hiftl favorite records in the Henry the Jockey who show Jchnson ahead ai'ueua loincd Freddie Welsh's first rank: belt, at Vancouver, was found L. P ar.d flnsd Welsh was 33 7 .825 about prosecuting Beckett, and Phila 12 4 .750 ed a stinging rebuke from Cleve..; 22 8 .73's Scstcn .12 5 .706 Phlla. 21 9 .700 Salt Lake Cily bMiball club is Chicago 7 3 .7CO a franchise in the Pacific: Coast _____ Salt Lake has a Vaughn's first defeat of the sea- ctason of bassbzll this year in cams too late to ce recorded in Union week's and he leads the ____ onal pitchers. The first five are: Freddie Welsh laid claim to the L. P.C. and the world's lightweight Chicago-. 4 0 1.COO when Willie Ritchie failed 13 3 .833 put in an appearancs at the Brighouae iHumphrles, Chicago t4 3 arena, Vancouver, on Saturday. On Ccoper. Pittsburg 6 a Sunday he left Vancouver for Suite, [Luhrscn, Fittsburg 3 1' WILLIE RITCHIE AND MURPHY WILL ilTUBYRQSEtt San. Franciscan Tentatively Agrees CREAM Defend Title In San franciEco. Seni. keep your hands snd CHRISTIE MATHBWSOh i the Giants' Euzrgrcen Twirler Will be Shining in World's Baseball Championship Scries Between York and Philadelphia. Matty's- Showing This Year Makes 'Him as Good- a Bet as Ever in Big Series FOR: OUIMET 'London Daily'papers ate litgh In praise oUKramis Ouimet, .Ihs new American golf champion. The Daily Mail sAjs "As a goUer, a man oi 22 years who can hiniself.up to suuh an inhuman does' not ap- the in golf, which Americans may te said only .to have taken up seriously in Games Not Fulfilling Original alism Creeping in London; Sept. the. wishes o! British sportsmen are lolloivcd, Great Britain's last al'peatar.cf in t'jc Olympic games will te at Uetlin in 1910. This sentiment is sie-aiUly growing, anil public opinion would .up- hold ivithJtawing oi the Olympic or- ganization immediately, except lor Uvo things. First, the Uenuarss might construe the withdrawal as due to anti-Cier- man aprl. iLecond, otter nations tniuht think .that after the poor slowing the teams made at Stockholm, tlieat Britain was ucabio to hold Us own against other coun- tries. Tiic policy advocafeil by the most influential men in the Knglish world of sport is to send a representative, well-trained delegation to Htrlin and then withdraw graceTjlly. The reasons behind this policy Ho in the belie! that the Olympic games are becoming seini-proles5ional con- tests, .and that instead ol fiUfilling the purpose of founders, which was to create international friend- ship, they have had the' opposite ef- fect. Trie response to the appeal for as an Olympic lunii for the British atliletes that the public continues apathetic. Less than has Discus- sion over the. appeal has brought forth more expressions of opinion sgair.st the Olympics than lavorable to them, most of tec opposition com- ing irorn old university men. London.' Sept. tontrlbu-' tions of. a penny and upwards are ____....._ slowly arriving for Uic oMVest- the last 20 years. 'The two English" proper rcpre- cnuapts had the misfortune to riiestlseilla'lon cl Great Britain' a! the .825 "t-afe u.n .750 iseasc of :i uo pear to have bwn realized oh other side that to have heaten Var- rfon five strokes and Hay six over IS -7CO j holes upon any occasion would have i hecn reinarkahle, tut Oiiimet has es- iabiished a recoid tcsirfc uhich every other record in the litstory of the game pales." The Standard says in 'Quimet a golfer who plays tetter than either of Tlie Times says "Golfers at this moment are 5lf lur.aib.t "With bota teams traveling; at tbeir beat pacea the should! bfi a hammer, ;ust as it would fce a if both were at their worst. t- 6boruld either team arrive at Its true form the other maintaSned Ihe '.s erratlo behavior that cbtracteriEed tM run of tho pennant race-s the corapetUion !n the annual classic j, Xo'jM likely develop into ouch j of a farce. j Favors j The Giants have (he greatest oppor- o the toast to prepare for' a bout in j N'orember. Jimmy Coffroth is handl- eg the arrangenenls (or ihe Jlurphy raatcb and projoised to give him his "Inal answer imediately. :f tunfty round thla winter aa champions of the universe. flo not tee how tht Ath- i letfcB can heat McOraw's onnoh Ii It IB able to get back to the form it shov-'exl the first three months. With- out a .300 b'ltter McGrav went I thTO'jgh a slump that j i nearly months. That i volumes for the pitching at Ma com- t ziiand, Pitching IB a great deal of a world'i neriea In ihte iine It ill over Connie .Mack. Tile orally leader of the AthleUca only two very much overworked vet- fruru] at command Southpaw Ale Plini ud Indian Bender. Both 'Ixen worked to death. Mack i ku t' butch ot Toung talent which hit own ve.ry ill seteon. They i mar lUnd up Uie.itrtin of And thej os V Arfilstlta- Inflsld j of Ibe box MeOrsv Sarrtiy hold oirn, Meyers (MoLfln are batWr roicd ccd hrs title here Jay. November afainst Harlem 'orcmy Jlurpay. In an Interview yes- ordii. Ritchie declared that Imme- bteh- after hU. bout with Leach in .Veir yorh. he will rclurn BOB BURMAN'S CAR WRECKED Yr.sllantl. Mfch.. Scrit. at a hirh rate erf aueed. Bol) liurman'n raclnj autornohlle, driven by hU me- chanician, Tari Ii. Klein, of Fresno. L'al., crashed through a fer.re near "lere yesterday afternoon, turned tur. tie, and rolled down a steep embank- ment. Klein, caught In the debris, waz gcrlouaiy Injurfed and may tile. Mold has It on t'ne Ohnt inner rks, hut the Glanta have the belter garden trio. Wuon the Olanls wove hlttlni; to form they hold up Ihelr end In thin department tha slugging MacXrr.en. What Mc- Graw laclts in bitting pcwer he more than rnakts up for In sheer sr-wl CATARRH OF THE BLADDER Mmilt 24 Hours face smooth. and whtta, and prevent roughness, chsps snd sore lipa. Apply bedtime, rubbing il in veil. The, effect is delightful. In 25c cpal ghss Jars, at your Druggist's. NATIONAL DRUG AND CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL. 193 P DEFENDER BE BUILT OF BRONZE Boat That Will Oppose Sir Thomas Llpton's Crullengsr Ntxt Year Urlstol, R.I., itcpl. The Hcrrcjh' off sloop to he hulit tor the VamlerMIt syndicate as a contender for Ihe honor of defentllns (he America Cup Hir Thomas Llpton's new challenger, gaged all over the world ia a single, simultaneous, irrepressible act. They are taking off their bats to Mr. Oui- a flourish of profound ie- "Ko sass the Chronicle, "will, grutlge Ouimet his brilliant vic- tory. N'ever was laurel more bril- liantly won. The youihful American was pitted against two ot the most 'The cattaniis .have withered or. erprrt golfers in the world, outplay- English brows in polo arid ed his formidable opponents [airly tennis. Now. comes a further reverse and squarely." Oljrmplc games In' Berlin. Germany, in 1D1G, D Clerman eoiint has made a grant of the pic cominUBJon. .This is a great, pub. lie fund thai is being raised !n Ger- The French government will probably grant towards the expenses of French participants ia Iho j games, and a great Olympic fund Is making progress in America. lLi-lplJi s i Chicago 032 Aleiiuder. and Uoolu Huiupjtejs and Aichcr. econd I'hiUdelphia 73 Chicago' _. 5 92 l.'b.iimers, Htfiman snd KUlilei and Ikcscahan. Hoslp _ 5 St. Louis i llc'ss and KartuTn Qrinner, rll und Snyder. rouklvu-Pittsljurg, rain. ..4 Hush ani American Detroit _. _. j'hiladtlphia Daues and Olbsoz Schang. Second Detroit _ _ Phlladelphit Dubuc GIbsoa; Plank and Lapp, St. Louis J.. WaBhington.......... Lerenaz, Mitchell arid McAllister Agncw, Aytef, BofhUng and Henry. Cleveland L M 5 1 ew York......... _ -1 16 l Kalkenberg, Steen and Carlsfh; Fisher, SchuHt, McHale and aud Sweetey. a 73 .Chicago-Boston, rein. LEAGUE Association Minneapolis w _, 0 1 0 Ixiuisrillf _. _. w 8 6 Fitne and OUTOS Latdttmilk and Otfiflons. Milwaukee _. Toltilo Cutting nnd Hugliet 1 68 and St. Paul .___3 Is Colurnbuff 0 33 Gardner and James CoTe ajtd Northwestern Seattle 3, Taconia 4: Vsncouvnt 1, Victoria I. (OalIM on tccouat ot ruhi. BHSEBAU..IHLEJ National York _ Philadelphia _. .Chicago _. _ .._ Hittshurg FRENCHMAN FLYING MEDITERANEAN St. Raphael, France, flight across the Meflitcranean from the French coast to Tunis, waa start- ed fit eight minutes to six Ibis morn- Ing by the French aviator, Roland 0. Carrot ..The distance in a direct line Is six hundred miles.' Oairos lias won many of (he fnrnous long dislauce races In Kurort-, and has taken part In flying meets In many countries. Fie holdg several nltltudc lecords. HAMILTON TIGERS AT REGINA llegina, Sent. (Icld Is in s errilile condition for toilaj-'a nighy 5ame between Hamilton and lleglna. due to lam night. Rltter .will not play owing to a sore leg. Tbe condi- tion of thn field should Rcglna as Hamilton will have difficulty in skirling entls. will cur.itrucltDd of bionze. yesiorday after This long conlorcnce hetwsen liohort W, Km- mona H, of Boston, who has teen an- poinled insnagCT of the host, and Xat llerreshrff. the designer. While a heaiy boat first cond4ered. it deriilJd that a lighter boat would bo more suitable 3COTTI3H FOOTBALL. Glasgow, Kept. re-play. p.'l f.'tip game today, Third J.anarK I'arllcfc ThUlie, by the score of to 0. High PowerRffles No other repeating rifles made have the tremendous shocking power of the Winchester .33, .35, .401 and .405 calibers. The car- tridges they shoot have heavy mushrooming bul- lets, making them'exceed- ingly deadly for the biggest game. Winchester Guns and Winchester Cartridges are madefpr each other and are indispensable for suc- cessful big-game hunting. YOU CAN JfFJtY OX THE W fill AN I) CUBS OUT OF RACE FOR FIRST _ St. Louis.......... W. L, P.C. B3 i7 .661 32 51 .603 S3 .62 76 66 63 77 7fi 55 49 98 .aSS -S72 .53-2 .455 American Philadelphia Cleveland Washington Chicago Detroit New Yotk St. Louis w. P.O. 03 -t9 .856 63 61 .578 62 65 71 83 82 02 52 88 51 03 .580 .53.1 .657 .423 .371 Chicago, sept. Cubs arc I definitely out ot Iho.race for the pen. I nanl. and President C. W. Murphy to- day drew down Ibe ad hi; has been running in Iho loco) papers: "Tho Cuba May Yet Cop the Hennant." The Olnnts victory In I'ne eccond mg of the douuleheader ct SL Louin makes It Imposslhlft for Kvera' men to lin'.ih better lhan second. To leal Iho Phillies out of second place, tho Ciili.i will need liio servlccb of an earthquake. SKECKARD MAV BUY' CLUB Cincinnati, Sept. JIuitny Khec-knrd, of Ihrj Heds, Is undecided he become a bascliall lie h.io been to iiuy Iho Brocklon. Masa., but today declared ho Dad not yet decided to purchase Iho cluh. BANTAM TITLE OF EUROPE AT ISSUE I-OJldoJl, ScH. rejoin, France, nnd IlojrjOii, Tatbach, have acceplcd a nutsc from M. Arccz to hoi at Cardiff Skating Hlnk In Oct- ober for kantanwriglit chamnlon- olp o[ Kurope. Riding Breeches arc in de- mand as the'pleasure1, and health of .the morning gallop becomes bolter known.' Everything in Tailonlom is represented in tho Semi- ready what we have not in stock we mako tr--Special Order. This is a Service tvhere TVC do all can for satisfied until you arc cheerfully ready to win your regard. Riding IJicechcs at anil 510. Have you seen the new Book on "Cloth and Clothes: .the Styles." There's a copy here for you. Worth coming or Bending for. THE 8EMI.READY S.T08E Emprtll Block, Ltlhbrlrfjt. S, C. Eatemiin ;