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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THFT LETIIBJRIDGE WEEKLY HERALD Monday, September 25, 19.11, Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers Games in (he Big Leagues NATIONAL Cincinnati 100 001 10 NVw. York 300 002 JO fjaspa.r, Humphries and Clark; Mu thewson and Myers. S Boston......301 103 13 .Mclntyiv, Howan, llichter, Touey and Archer and Graham; Tyler and Haridan. Pitteburg 9 Brooklyn Lelfleld, Gardner and Simon: Ra- gon and Miller. St. Louis.....000 010 8 2 Philadelphia 000 000 S 2 Geyer and Bliss: Chalmers, MOCH? and Cotter. (Sunday) St. Louis.....000 001 C 3 Philadelphia 300 000 Harmon. Hackart and Bliss; ftllder and Cotter. Oincinna-ti 002 111 10 2 New York 010 103 12 5 Bcnton and Clark; Marnuard, Wil- tse and Myers. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis 213 DOO 14 Toledo......000 000 S Socond Minneapolis 310 010 S Toledo......100 000 S Kansas City Louisville 302 101 IS 003 101 7 S 000 100 Oil 000 St. Paul Indianapolis Second St. Paul 000 001 Indianapolis 300 000 TRAINING STARTS AT Y.M.C.A. GYM week the win-tor season with i special line of work in many di- ections will be commenced in ear- e'st at the "Y." For several weeks ROCHESTER WINS OUT IN THE EASTERN LEAGUE Manager Ganzel's Pels Win Third Straight --Toronto Leafs Pushed Off Second Rung by Orioles For the third consecutive year Ho-ierage. The Montreal team was rath- hester. under the guidance of Jlan-jer a disappointment, as a large alii- ser John Ganzel, has can-led off the I 0[ new "inker had been added unling in the Eastern' League race. I'? 'Mr rolrlcr. was expected 'he victory of his (earn this yair is flag' "ni'ere earned one. He lias succeeded terial in the team, but they failed to I building up a .baseball machine In together at critical times, and Standing of Clubs Today NATIONAL New York......... Chicago Hlltibui-K........... S2 62 Philadelphia......... 711 til Louis us Oiuclnniiti 79 Brooklyn............ 06 S2 Boston 3li 101 Pot. .650 .fiSIS .509 .513 .f.18 .465 .400 MSi AMERICAN Don't think that people don't judge you your clothes. Eastern which can go the route, i I'-'niained in tlio s-ecolld aiinnd ti his win -this >sar marks him as 'he race. most Chicago vs Boston, account of rain. postponed on Brooklyn scheduled. vs Pillsburg, no ganva AMERICAN Phiiftdelphia .100 IfiO 13 0 Detroit 000 u02 3 it 7 Kranse and Lapp; Summers, Tay- lor and Stahag'd. Kbston fiO-i 211 15 1 St. Loui-3 Oil 000 2 S 3 Hull and 'Nunainaker; Brown, Mit- chell and Clarke. I> Washington Cleveland Johnson and Ifestert'y. New York Chicago nno inn 2 :t fljo 00" i Krapp and 000 100 11 0 000 002 10 4 C-Jldweii and Williams and Blair; Walsh, Scott and Sullivan. (Sunday) Cleveland 110 010 tl 1 Philadelphia 010 010 7 1 Uaske-ile and O'Neill; Martin and Lapp. he leaders have been preparing I that he will aithfuily for the opening of the sea- ion, and all the members of the corps are in good shape. Herald man had the pleasure of viewing them in some of their training stunts on Sat- urday night last, and each member to a man showed himself already master of several of the finer points of the game under able tuition of the physical director. Beginning with next wek each lu'aniber of the association will be required to show his ticket of in-sm- j bership when- requested so to ds at Lhe office or by any of the officers. Not only will this give the executive i chance to get a line on member- ship, but also affords to the officers a chance of meeting and becoming per- ionally acquainted with all and any of the new members recently acquir- ed. Don't forget to have your lership ticket bandy. le most successful manager in tlie inor leagues. It is more than ilk-eli- te found holding the managerial reins in one of tire big leagu-e ciubs next year. His training in the Eastern has fitted him for such a position, and there will be a few vacant lead-erships in both tha big leagues during the wint-er months. The Eastern League race this year has. been a huinrtier. Toronto Parted off well and it looked for a time as if they would repeat their victory of 190S in a walk. But about the mid- dle of the sea-son they broke, and for Interest will now centre in tlie big league races. looks like Ihe Giants and Athletics for the world's cham- pionship scrap, and in the ca-je It will a hummer. The Eastern League ended up on Saturday in tlie following positions: Itochesler Baltimore Toronto Buffalo '.Montreal Jersey Ciiy Xewark Won Lost P. C. Last year's low: Montreal HocL'sster Baltimore Providence EASTERN 200 011 13 010 000 8 100 000 201 if, 010 003 000 12 WESTERN MAN TRIMMED KERR .Montreal. Sept. the Ed- monton athlete, picked to represent the Jl. A. A. A. failed to get- a place in the Canadian track and field championships. The western man showed class on t'ne meet, J. A. Howard, of Winnipeg North End A. C., carrying off second honors in the 300 yards, beatiug out Kerry, of Ham- ilton, who "finished third. Joe Keeper, also of the Winnipeg End Athletic Club, ran second ic three mile, finishing close up I. A a month they., continued on the to-J Providence bosgan, until it looked like' a second i division position for the Leafs. But I thty had too many old and seasoned j veterans on the lineup to slump for I the year, and came back strong. Th-sy j Rochester j trailed on the heels of the leaders Newark until about, three weeks ago; when Baltimore (several losses in succession allowed [Toronto tlie Orioles to nose in ahead of them (.Montreal for second place. j Bliffalo as year, ted the sec- Jersey City ond division with 7 points higher av- Providence 71 75 .497 i-l 79 .177 G3 SS .117 54 US .354 standing is given he- Won.-Lost P.-C.. Philadelphia Detroit Cleveland o the courts for .an injunction to stop Lhe Johns on-Wialls contest. DUCKS SNOW ENABLES HUNTERS GET SOME GREAT BAGS A number of hunting parties ware duck shooting Saturdaf at Fifteen and Eighi-een Jiile lakes and report the shooting the best in many years. The recent snow slorm has brought hundreds of big duck down" the north and some very excellent bags we're on Saturday. One hunt- er located himself on a goon point and bagged twenty-two -big birds in an hour and a balfj and could easily nave, increased, the bag by shooting the small birds a-3 well. The next week or two promises some of the-.-best duck shooting ever If a shoe was' minus a bow would the potato masher? When Jim Corbett (the. bent tctori that ever pulled a- glove) black-- ens up for his ministrel act, wOiiild' you call him a smoked ha'm? I seen In this locality, and ''there are plans by some of tlie lo- cal -hunters for a week or ten daij' shooting that promises the -best In ED. riTZGIBBONS Principal Comedian big Chi- cago success "The Girt-. In the Ki- last will be with the Walters Stock Co, at the Majettic all week. j vault, clearing at 12 feet 2 inches. NORTHWESTERN S-aatiie...................2 Vancouver...............10 Spokane 4 Victoria 1'acoma jCALGARV HILLHUBSTS INVADE ENGLAND 0 I Calgary, Sejit. Calgary "1111- I lies" soccer artists, left this morn- jing for, tlie Old oimtry where (bey j will play a series with the best elev- ens of the old sod. They 1 with the deaf and dumb language.' "That reminds me of how I was clip ed uuder peculiar circumstanc-es-'' ch make a good showing too and will do .Mcftilyre. "In a gan some tall advertising for the province al Detroit' wnen Tiger, an u of Alberta. Before leaving, the team Clllled what was a ba the medals for the Sons of Scotland slrilie- To sllow Local Pagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. walked around tlie umpire and catche I didn't mean a thing, but I was sore "The crowd look the cue and star ed lifter the umpire. When I resyi ed my position in the box tho um remarked: 'Well, Mclnij're, you inarch so we suppose you.carry the.parade to th club house." "Yo.ii don't mean that 1 am out of th game, dp I demanded. 'That's just it. You missed calling when you began playing bal You'd make a better and had to heat 11." "Fielder Jones and Tim Hurst pnlle a funny one." said Doc-White the grea southpaw pitcher of the Kox. "I wa pitching and Fielder was not agreeing with Tim's ruling. As was his tmbi in would rush in from centre to dlt pute the point with Tim." "Finally this foot race and argument got on Tim's nerves, and he decided o stop It. As Jones started in for the itcenth time. Mural hurried from be- ilntl the bat to meet him. .Tones Blessed Tim's Intention and stopped talk wilh Qeorge at short, iut Hurst not to be fooled. "Keep on a coming, Joncg, until you gel, to the club haiise.' Hurst shouted, angrily, while Jones Davis talked. 'Why I haven't said word to you." answered Jones, surprised. not what you've said, but whnt you're thinking about replied Hurst anil, Jones' protest, Tim stood firm. Navy 10C Per Packet popular Engli ;