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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta V The Lfithbridge Daily Herald, Saturday, September Edison Phonographs are sole agents f oar rgoo dsi. iii: and caaay a of machines, and our minute1- 4 records. CANADIAN PRICES ON EDfSON PHONOGRAPHS Gem Gem Combination Standard Standard Combination iHome Home Combination Triumph 'Comb. LEAGUE The Lethbridge Goods Co. EOUF4D S THROUGH Alfred. Shrubbr who will coach tie Harvard University ..cross country admits that his- days as a run- 't are- over. .The little Englishman, iO' iqlds all the world's records from tb.-lo mQes, 'says he -does not lie will ever 'run another race, leg will not stand, the J Proposed Organization i ake the Place of the Western Canada 'League Would Have a, Comparatively Small Circuit chance of Helena gaining a berth inj i, Tiie Northwestern league, and in this] Longest Jump is rrom Great Falls toi opinion he undoubtedly is'Correct, The Lethbndge. '201 invasion of. the Coast league into .Edmonton No Farther j Xorriwestera territory has ruined t nave existed -Apsrt Than Butte.and Great for tjle -Oid. six-team league of 1902 Helena Favors "An International j and 1903. Hence the International i becomes the only league, other than League state organization, in'sight. There lias aeen considerable talk in Play Twilight- Ball th'e -papers of this of late-re- pup in Canada'they plav twilight garding a-baseball league for Daring the- season fust closed year tana papers fallen in-' with the. idea, but as i bership' far as can -be gleaned, the directors Butte, Helena and Great- Falls, 'lircw and the fans -will undoubtedly Lethbridge .were well enough up fte -with delight. It in percentage column to maintain likely. be the solving of the difficult j interest to" the finish. question it the proposed league comes -.Calgarr' has'' about popula- QntSfiTXIP '_ v Iplddon Very Angry the Herald.- into existence. is adverse to the nresent formation-' in Western tibn. .Edmonton approximately 000 'and oc- or J west that'an "be "brbuaiitj about- magnificent-, distances is into existence which bears all the' eai- j without reasonable four a'challenge to the id-be, Oi Cardstca, of aa improvement the .wh'o Have1 tried or malign! one. .so their attention has been di- nothing 'to rected southward toward aioatana, them-on accoijn-c-oi'their rep- aQ'd is sound reason. fair and square" wrestlers, also: because- they are in my opin- .'iofii'no-t. even qualified t-o .wrestle a preliminary- match for a secon-d class us. Those men are "Will'Pilling.and Jack" Elii-- j Touch lor the successiul completion the venture without a doubt as far as j they are concerned if such' a league is once started. How 'about the ,liave had league (bail, the .national WO Vi-iC AlP-tlll -n game has grown, woa-deffuliy in popu- talk Jumps Not So Long As a matter oi-iact, all this- entire- Qundaticn. THE "BLAZE OF GLORY" FINISH And they say that's your finish, 0, Sport of The last Futurity. If your place is settled among the things, The things that used to be. Then let it be said 'twas a glorious With spirits still untamed. They were there 'to watch till your life was 1 They were there and were not ashamed. Th'ey cheered you out as they cheered yo.u in, As you on your way, TVlth never a thought of the taint of sin Or penalty to pay. The pulse still quickened to flying feet, The eye had.a warmer glow, And they cheered with men they -were proud to meet, In a game they were proud to know. They say that's your finish, O, Sport of Kingg, 0 "game of the rich red blood; ..Which gave its life to all sportive -things By which clean men'have stood. And if it be they will mourn with pride And with spirits still "untamed, They will curse the fate that put you .They will curse and-be not ashamed. t'. in the Chicago Tribune. BIG LEAGUE GAMES NATIONAL marks, of terest- in the national game, Helena, must "secure a' membership in some well organized league. State -League Doubtful The success of, a Montana state league is very questionable. Perhaps An- International league would' interest hitherto unknown on.-1 Montana towns, those-suggested Butte the -International league; would support salaried teams in: a state or- I, hereby: challenge all three of men to meet me on the mat at than-165 Ibs., I to weigh 153 :asur'ringside, and I aeree to throw "ties across the line VThat. Helena-is strong lor'-an- in- ternational league" may be gleaned significance when consider Lake e' d bv fi uu ri-j. only two games a week, tliei using local players. to large extent; SaU "ast turn here, ._entirely 'put of the ques- players, holding sit- ;Hdens Likes League Ball uations, are unable to set 'away from .Saturday and" the or 'forever keep quiet ageut ternaoaa eague may e geane- wrestlins: v from the following, which appeared mi to :talie lace ptttw Helena- "ladependent" recently. j to place Raymond "6i the gate receipts' 'to'' go'' Itabie- 'Institution or .Btitas4 fares a- matter of 'fact, 'Mir" Edi could not. pull .one, of the iriat me "a There is ao fact' that'' Jesuit is that, whenever-Helena sends league ball, with a regular schedule of amateur, team it far preferable of about half _the regular in i tor in. keeping interest at a .white team: International all the' Yours truly, BARRY 3TULDOON. n'e'xt season, 'the1 posed of com- and-' G-reat vgaod. And that, Our league Falls in Galgary, Edmon- lormer outfielder with the Helena teams in the-'past have always'. been Lethbridge ;in Canada looks team, and this season with Moose popular. Independent ball' will not, best. -.While it would-sot be the only ,Irby_ thinks there is little satisfy and if we are to league-of an injeniauoiial- nature, it'would .be-enough .of a novelty- .northwest to prove an attract- give you just the shape, in just the I 1 style, in just the size you want. Sold by leading Men's Furnishing Stores. drawing card. not 'too the .The jumps' are Canadian towns draw "well, and if" Montana keeps up its end" the International- league should prove, popular- and successful TODAY Chicago- ..v. .020 002 4'" II 0 JNew York ......022 001 6 Batteries: Wearer .Grandall and- At rittsbiirg ......000 000 "X4; L Fniiaaeiphia -..200 000 3 4 "0 Ferry and Mor- Girafd and Dooin. At "e St. ,000 002, 6 -2- -1- Brooklyn 2- 3.' 1 7 Alberts, Harmoa and Brena'nah; Burke and Bergen. "At- Boston 1.000 '020' 2" 1 ,.2 Cincinnati ......600 000 ;.2, Batteries: Frock., Tyler "and- Kari- aan'; :Beebe and Clark. AMERICAN At Cleveland. .....000 303 IS 0 JX'ew York .....100 000 7.- 0 Batteries: Mitchell and- Smithy Jtiughes and Fisher and Mitchell. Automobile owners are' informed that a plant for the repairing of all "kinds of arid Tubes has by the and 33la Eighth Avenue, east, Calgary..; The difficulty hitherto met with in having ;tires .and-, tubes Yiflcariized has by the'" introduction'; -of a thorough, up-to-date.- plant; Specimens of -work on application! Work "sent all poa- Gentiral Cycle and Repair Works 381 EigHth Avenue East, ''Calgary." Prop. -P. O. 344 626 1262 GABAGE co. Five -Stalls, .with lockers, etc., Rates reasonable. Cars washed, poltehed and delivered. 246 Westminster- Road. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION At (postponed, Tain. At itansas .'City .010 000. -Milwaukee Batteries: Campbell and and James; Dougherty and Ludwig. JLouisville ...100 000 3 IT IS DANGEROUS TO-MAKE A WAGER OF ANY KIND IN NEW YORK STATE -NewKYork, Sept. of the sev- eral, laws .prohibiting every character-in the. state of New, York !ilo 025 16 21were aimed, solely, at racing, 'but amendments and changes wera made 'until now it is hazardous to ot fer to make a wager by word or mouth i Indianapolis ...200 000 12 i EASTERN TEAM HAS NOT MUCH CHANCE OF LIFTING THE MUG j batteries: Hall and Allen-. I and Kerns. EASTERN .Crais Vancouver, Sept. Nationals returned from 'their visit to .Hot' nce Springs today where they have been endeavoring to get into shape for the second game of the Minto Cup series Saturday. The. challengers are feel- ing good and have fine hopes of "giv- Baitunore....... Batteries: and 4 10 15 I Maroney and Jigan and M-c-Dono- gne. At tJurialo ing an excellent account of them-j Toront selves, though little do they 'expect' 4 9 7 11 to win. The attendance last Batteries: .Woods; _ Mxewton and Vandergrift. Saturday was 1 second between and but. the _ cash T pion indicates that all chance of Hack getting a chance again is gone. Frank has been a good, clean wres- SAYS XANGFOED IS BIGHT MAN CHARLEY WHITE BELIEVES BOS- TON SCRAPER WOULD KEEP JOHNSON BUSY IN'THE RING New York.. Sept. White who ret'ereed the- Langford-Jeanette fifteen-round bout at the Armory A. A. of Boston, recently, now comes for- ward with a statement to the effect that Langford is tne right man to meet Jack Johnson" for the heavy-weight championship title. "Langford is a terrific pu-ncher, and. besides, can hit from any says At Rocti Kocnester Montreal Batteries: Beeeher and Curtis. At Jersey JNewark 1- 4 1 Jersey, Batteries: Allen-Jala-, ter; Kissinger' and SuahV: Whils there, can ;be no wager unless there are 'two persons to the transac: tion, but -if the offer is made and ac- though no money, is .passed, the law is violated. Directors and managers of race tracks are made lia- ble for any violations that may occur within their grounds. It was this last section that caused -the various tracts of the Jockey Clu-b to' surrender their fall dates. Just .as the blame was not fixed-.on them directly they were willing to, race, and those'desir- ing to bet on. the races could find ways cf, their own., the law. The the liab'ility on the race track directors themselves put things in an entirely different light, and it is for .that reason that a -season 'of sport originally 'intended to -continue until.November to at August 31. The laws ap- parently leave' no loophole, and sev- eral of the poolrooms and handbook men, who have done a thriving busi- S 18 j ness in New put up the 'at "Sheep'shead "Bay, determined" to' "win back the championship title for the NATIONAL cnicago ____ ____ 92 -fittsburg si New York SO ir-miacleiphia 71 Cincinnati St. .Brooklyn Jtsoston 70 55 55 4S AMERICAN Boston "One thing I am sure of, if Langford and Jonnson ever meet the fight be a much better one than the Jeffries- Wew York Johnson contest at Reno on July 4, for Langford fights so fast that Johnson would have his own troubles trying tc escape his blows. I have always con- sidered LangferxJ a wonderful fighter, and I only hope Johnson meets him.'' 79 77 68 51) 5S 43 Washington cmcago at. Louis 43 57 58 68 72 80 83 Ul 42 GO 60 60 76 79 SO 96 ters. Hope white race... Tom feels in bones LACROSSE AND SOCCER ARE TO BE PLAYED IN OREGON Coach Hayward, Formerly of This City, to Introduce Canadian Games at University Eugene, Ore., Sept. and lacrosse will be played at the Universi- ty of Oregon .this year, according to Bill (Chic) Hayward, the veteraq physical director of the institution. Hayward, who played with Vancou- ver, B. C., in the first British Colum- bia games, is partial to lacrosse and k is expected that he will turn a good team to mix it with the Cana- dians and tte followers of the game' In Oregon and Washington. Hayward says he will start soccer at Eugene because he wants to make a few "high brow" students turn "H J _ iv. Dcotuca Juiass worK, de- bates T. M. C. AMERICAN .Minneapolis 105 Toledo uommbus S7 St. Paul So Kansas City 82 Milwaukee ASSOCIATION 58 74 74 78 80 91 maianapolis 66 63 EASTERN 89 Kocaester Newark 54 Toronto 76 Baltimore 7S Montreal Gt> Buffalo......___ 65 Jersey City S4 Jf rovideace 51 96 101 58 64 67 70 75 75 So 86 ,682 .587 .511 .493 .408 .391) .345 .694 .571! .569 I .471 '.42S I .421! .309' .648 .549 .541 .523 .506 .444 .413 .406 that he can" back and is gradual- ly getting into shape, preparatory to challenging Jack He does not think that the negro is the best man in the ring today and iopes to prove it to the sporting public before long. THE ALEXANDRA BARBEK SHOP Rear Sitting Room Alexandra Hotel High Class Wort. Everything on the Square. Patronage Solicited. FRANK THOMAS Proprietor. PACIFIC COAST roruand San Francisco 93 Soccer enthusiasts'have offered ward assistance In working up inter-' est in the game as it is their wish to have it introduced in all colleges of the Pacific Coast if possible. At pres- tler and he has plenty of money >o ent it is not played in any of the enjoy life: with, besides being a largeWthwestern although land -owner m Iowa, where he says he severaT3iaIifornia colleges have taken will remain and be a fchaataiaa jt up as a vernon S4 Sacramento 62 69 80 89 88 105 NORTHWESTERN Spokane 95 62 Vancouver....... 87 70 Tacoma 60 82 SS .605 .570 .531 .527 .468 .455 .430 .415 .566 EC! .527 .490 .486 .605 .554 .468 .375 A. C. Messer Proprietor Successor to C. L Upton Basement Oliver BIk. Barber Shop in Connection ;