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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Pageft THE LETHTIRIPGE DAILY HERALD Thursday, September 2VW3 Second Time This Month Vic- Have Defended the Mann Cup ft BILL 10 George P. Smith of Wants Duck Season Delayed Til) Sept. 15 WOULD PUT TAX ON GUNS To Operate Like Automobile Up in in Legislature (Special to the Edmonton, Sept. proposal Tbicb is eipected to rneet ipproTsl of all good sportsmen in Al- heria ma.de to the to- day by Smith, meratcr [Mr Canirose, whoI suggested laat the creams of duck snootiag should be postponed till the birds werejn bel- ter cocditioa anil HOW THEY ARE BOTH GOING WIN THE WORLD'S SERIES McORAW SURE GIANTS WILL WIN WORLD TITLE (By Jghn J. McGraw) There is EO Jo-jbt that we will get the bis money this fall. For tha list couple of Tesrs we teen out or tbe hardest felnd oi luck, but the warn IE solcj well now' thai I cannot how the will dovrn us. With Shafer and Burns helping out In the field, xcsk- uesa la that dspartnent so fatal before has been remedied lo the taste and iny pitching 5tail caunot be touched In the cO'Jatty. The teaie liaa seasoned by the last two series and ulll so sficr the liurcls tbls year unaffected by stag.- fright. MACK PINS FAITH TO HIS HEAVY HITTERS 1 (By Connie Mack) are all that tho Giants will be jujt as easy for us as ibsy were before. They have a splendid bunch of pitchers, but, on the other hand, o'jr crowd of batters tflH be evr; duug'erous and effective thtn'they were before. Baker. Uarry and MclfinU, we latter tent out of the world's series yeare ago by a lame shoulder, are- -riout the fo'jr sweetest hitters gathered on OUT one team.- In addition, OldriDB. Strunli, and Murphy In Ihe outfield can hit with the best of them. The quality of uur pitchers Is sufficiently shown uy ihs place we hold In tbe American league. MCALLISTER WEIGHED AND FOUND WANTING SULLIVAN TELLS BRITISH THAT MONEY MUST NOT BE PAID TO ATHLETES date lot both chtcitcj is September 15th acd it is suggest- ed that- the name, dale would be-suit- able in Alberta. Another important change suggest- ed- is the abolition ol the game tax, which he maintained in fifty per ceat. ol cases was cevcr collected, and that it should te replaced by a gun tax which would be operated in tbe same way as tar oa automobiles. With every gun will jo a license and every license will have a number, tie iiian holding a license to wear a hadie on the lap of his coat when out "In support oi.these changes Mr. 1 Kraith urged tb'at there tikes place a tremendous slaughter of vouaj ducks at the hands ol inexperienced sporis- men owing to tbs se'ason' opening on August 23rd, v.hen ducks vere net fully grown. The farmer who shoots ducks oi cbictecs on his own lar.d and for his own use should be allowed to shoot whenever he It was the man who went cut in an evening and shot sixty or seventy thicks which he did not use who should he restricted. Tt is probable that Mr. Smith will. 1 the time for statute amend- ments comes, make recommendations he suggested {n his speech in the form amoidmenis to the game ordin- ance. .London, Sept. the rules governing amateur athletics will ba strictly adhered to, we shall bo especially careful In seeing that every er competing at the Olvmpls In Berlin is a strict amalsar." This the reply ol tha Britisih Olym- tic Council to a speech made by Jw. E. Sullivan. cecretary o[ tha United SUtes of: America Amateur Alhletio Union., concerning the projacts of tho fund being raised over here. Sullivan said that If the money now- being collected is to ba ueed for the purpose of Easing boys sj-stematically from their employment, and maldng it worth while to train hard ot track work in order to beep England in tbe van at Berlin in 191fi, it Is nothing but lagrant professionalislm. Sullivan tloaed. urther says that the American Union will not tolerate this kind of thlng.and sooner withdraw from the. James than compete under such con- ditions. This spirited protest from Sullivan :s no more than was exited, and it more than probable tftat more trou- ble over this matter will arlEe from other European coimtries. interested In the Berlin games. ..The -British Council have blundered in ap- pealing for suci a rast stim'as 5500. 000, and thoj are naturally seeking an easy way out of their 'dllflcnlty. A belated schedule has baen Issued, de- scribing hoT the fund Is to be appor- tioned, but though some of the.money Is to -be reserved fo.-'games after the Berlin celebration, no.amount is men- Bout Ptirosfsey Made it Apparent He Hasn't the Necessary Punch JACK MAYNARD Captain of-the Varsity rugby, tcifm :or 1913. Maynard was also captain of the 1811 team. iERMAN ATHLETIC COMMISSION LEAVE IIEERHS. New York, SepL German Olympic commission; after a mont devoted to. inspecting America's ath- letic training methods, salted today for Berlin. FIRST GAME ON'CUB GROUNDS Chicago, SepL first fame of the. series to decide the champion- ship of Chicago will be played on the National league "grounds -Thursday1, October 7ta, and the xames "will al- ternate until one. club has won-tour NAPMEN.CriALLENGE PIRATES Cleveland, Sept- 23: .President LATEST FROM NEW YORK INDICATES THAT- -s LANGFORD AND SMITH BOUT IS OFF AGAIN w Sept. Gar- ly-after the New York State Athletic den club announced tonigH bad decided unDnirnously to retain the rule prohibiting bouts tbat 'the ten-round tout arranged to tafce place in MedlBon. Square Garden nsit I-Yid ay night, between Gunboat Smith, of'Oalffomta.'ttie white the -ancUSairt Nora Scotia negro pugilist, U off. The announcement maoe Ebcrt- betwcen cesroes and whites in Ibis state. The commissioners declare they are not "discriminating aguinst race or color. They" have power, un- der the FraTvley law, to make any rules they conelder.necessary to pre- serve the good conduct of the sport Sorr.ers of the Cleveland Araerici 'today sent a cHallenge to President Dveyfnss of the Pittiburg National gue club for a posVeeason -series aames. San n tho balance and "found wanting. Buch appears lo be the verdict In th 10 to No wonder Athletlca' li on the toboj In'lht coming Fall and Winter Suits and Coats Are unsurpas- sed in quality, workmanship and style. TO The ROYAL STORE Southard Bik. 512-3rd Ave.S. New Wool Sweaters New Lisle Hose New Bathrobes New Cashmere Hose New Pyjamas New Silk Ties. New Gloves New Underwear C'alga'ry Althonsh Hamilton" Tigers have been successful in overwhelming both Winnipeg .and Keglna, the local rugby wpoueots are confident that a.very different story will be" told lanious east- erners leivc Calgury alter the game gathered together in Alberta; will oppose the men irom the Ambitious City, anv unless something unforeseen h local rugby men. will not IIK. ashamed of'the result of test Satur- day's game..' The Calgary. Tigers cspcct to and ft will'be the same thing vthich decided the game, with Us Kkircos ast Saturday Speed and.condition. This js the very.thins that the Ham- llonians boast about, but they is played at their' own game.: There is also th'is to be considered, it will-be'tic' fourth game for the Hamilton Tigers'.within eight days Any .team' that can go into a fourth game In 'so short a time and be ii firstclajs ;shapo is. "a wonder, and the Hamiltoaians ate hardly even though they have1 quite a reputation The altitude, too, is bound to liave If the; locals can keep on the jump they, should be able- to play, out the Haniiltonians within the first 30 minutes tif play.' B.C., Sept. d em fu it rated their ability to defend the Mum tup against all coroeis lit V. A. C. amateur champions mkjr home und aJmlrtv the as far as from Ilritlsh Col- umbia are concerned. Yealerday tha V tbe reoognteed "In- dian" aign, when tbey shut out tha Oak Day by a 13 to 0 score. The score just about Indicates the differ- ence between the calibre of the two beams. The Victoria put fairly effective defence, hut IheJr homo work was about RS much liVa IiiLTosse as marbles is like Tbey rarely got within decent shoot- ing distance of navls and ou the one or two V. A. C. fioaltender was tested, had an east me of It like boring in actlce (by which alone, lacrosse aines celt tie was con6jj5ciious y its absence. Tho passing on the ome ivas and the combination lay of poor quality. Boston Philadelphia Kudolph acd Rnridea LSJ Brcucari, Killifer end Second Boston 6 15 3 Philadelphia II H 1 I'erdue, Davis, James and Whaling and Gowdy Mayer, I'arcnitz and Dnoin. The ROYAL STORE Southard Bik. SI 2.3rd Ave.S. jeckea and cuBed Petroskej' at. the opining round the poor, sea- man's face--must have been pushed side a hundred times by straight lefts and 'right jolts, yet whon Petroskey to his comer the only thing bat disfigured his mug'was a grin.- As It was iu the first round, It was n succeeding round of the 20, until at most rabid JJcAllister booster at Iho ringside wrung from himself the admission that McAIHbter couldn't jab hard enough to'cripple housefty. "It'fl no said, more than one clubman. "He hag not got the punch." Hard Luck In a way it's a piece of hard luck, for McAllister has some of the things that enter Into the composition of a w'orl'd beater, lie IB a clever nan, the Lest of the men turned out by the Olympic Club, and that's saying a good deal. li, in addition, game through and through, aid he recuperates quick- ly. the knockdown blow mlsaing from hU list of assets it can hardly be said that there Is much of a vista for him pugtliBtically. and that s about the way his friends are be- ginning lo feel in regard U> him. Pelfey-Burns Stew What a "riawEty" mess this Arthur Pelky-Tommy Burns wrangle In. Pelky sayi that he and Burns framed a thort bout In Calgary, and were so particular In regard to being part perfect with" !he' Vnoclidown that thsy rehearsed their little turn in a hayloft.- Of course, It's what la known as a dirty linen wash. There are two men concerned. One makes an accusation, the other It.. Under the clrcum- atancei nothing is proven, but the no- ble art receives an additional black eye. Pelky can hardly Uke credit'lo him- self for being in this con- nectlon, for If there had been no inll- ng out there "would have teen no ci- ooee or confession, if. you like the wofd belltr. Things Have Changed Peter Jackson and Jim Corbetl, two of the freateat lighters that ever lived, ed for a purse of And the olher ittlchlo, champion light- weight, turned his hack on a guaran- tee and moving money, because, ho thought (here more coming to Mm. It was the difference between the dayn when nghtero, and tbe days when whlto hopes, fake clutnplons and designing DIRECTOR "TY" SIGNS COBB BANK.NOTES Sept. lectors will doubtless be on the lookout soon for some of .the Na- tional bank notes which .were sign- ed h lew Jays ago "Ty" Cobh. centre-fielder' of the Detroit oase- ball rlub'. When.-tbe star player was" here, the olher day he visited the treasury department, and while being eho.wn Ouotiib, he' asked to see some of tho bank notes of tha First'National Bank of Lavonla, ,Ga." -Infcrmlng the of- ficer, la charge that lie was a di- rector of that bnnk, and as such entitled 'sign bank notes prined for the Institution; tho ball- player placed bis.slgnaure to sev- eral sheets of the. Brooklyn Sen" York nculbach anil and Meyer and McLean. Chicago ViltsLurg 1 11 3 2 61 Matl.ewsoa 2 3 .Chcnty, Lavender and Archer driv and Gibson. American Philadelphia !0 16 4 Uoston..................... 8 -2 3 WycVofS and Lapp Leonard, Hall, Moscley, Cndy acd mater. Association Minneapolis...'. C 15 3 Louisville 2 11 1 LaVc and Owens LoiMcrmilk and C.leroons. Toledo 0 6 ll Hovlick and Hughes Brandon anil Bassler. ScconJ game Milwaukee Toledo Young.. St. C'olurnhus Kaiger. Smith. S 2 and Ilughra Cium I 0 'i J and ami James; Cole nr.d Kansas Cily 4 3 Indianapolis S- 11 1 Ritchie, and O'Connor; Laroy ar.i ivingstone. managers are field. in ixmostlon of tho W. W. NAUOHTOX. IRISH.CANADIEN3 GET GOALTENDER MARCHANO Montreal, Sopt. last rftar yoaltender with the Toronto hocftev team, on Saturday nlth the Canadlens o vllb limn In 1512-1SH. Suits made in a hurry- To Special Order we ecialize in the tailoring of ine suits, Better than retail custom ailoring in every jeoause TVO have the greatest wholesale organization in the world. Efficient sxperta, ant systematized work we finish a suit to order in a week. English worsteds Scotcr and Cheviot; 300 cloth patterns .to chooa' styles to And both fit and wear ar warranted, or we return you money. v THE SEMI-REA.OY STORE Block, Lethbrldje. 6.C, Second game- Kansas Cily V. Allison and Moote; pivingslonc. 1 G 1 3 '9 I Schardt Northwestern Victoria 6, Vancouver 1. Tacoma Seattle 1. Portland I, Spokane 6, BASEBALL TABLES York hdadclphii 'Itlaburg Joalon Brooklyn National 34 83 S3 76 OS 62 Cincinnati 83 31. Louis....... 43 47 55 M 78 73 85 98 .Ml .6F.S .42( .331 Americnn 'hlladelphla Cleveland Washington Beaton..... Chicago 49 "3 S2 73 71 Detroit......... 62 NOT York........ 63 St. Loiils S5 S3 67 72 81 8 92 .66 C Ml .501 .42) ,371 Northwestern Vancouver Portland........ S3 Seattle......... S7 Victoria........ 80 Taroma........ 72 SpoVnne........ 67 70 76 85 !H (U '.54! ;