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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETIIBJttlDGE SVEEKLY IIEKALD Wednesday. September 27, Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Chicago.....212 032 10 2 ifcatoil......020 000 a 2 Renlbach and Archer; Burks, Brown Weaver and Rnrldan. Second Chicago......000 110 G 3 Boston......100 102 13 8 Slaponnka, Hichter and .Graham: Donnelly and Kling. Pittsburg 001 6 1 Brooklyn 001 002 7 2 Adanw, Hendrix and Simon: Bar- Eer and Erwin. AMERICAN New York 001 010 9 5 Chicago......110 020 (I .1 Ford and Williams and Blair: Benz, Ecott and Sullivan and Block. Boston vs St. Louis, no game on account of wet grounds. Philadelphia 032 001 15 2 Detroit.....003 000 5 10 1 i'oombs and Lapp: Wlllett, Works and Stallage. Washington 007 000 10 0 Cleveland P f, Crooni and Hanry; Mitch-ell, Swin- dell and Easterly. RUGBY At lust rugby has gained a foot- hold hi Alliertu, which will plnco ll-.te province in tho teat! asain -is re- gards aports. A special meetloc; the rugby followers nf -tho north was held at Red Deer un 'Monday, plans made for u good fall's sport. Tlie Alberta "Big Four" WBB r- PRES. ECKSTORM WILL INTERVIEW SECT FARREL To Decide Winnippg and Brandon Position in West- ern Canada Meeting Will be Late This Year That there will be no meeting of f to do witb it. However, 1 am sura She Hoard of Control of the Western "Ini if offered for sale. It will Canada League, until after he has I bring in a good round sum to tho lea- iulerviewed Secretary Furlall. of tin; gne, and you can lake it from lira. ganlzed, and now Alberta will have to Commission, was the infor- I tlui', if Hob Brown gets It he wif! put be considered as contender.; for tlie J .nation banded out today by C. .I. ICck-j a team In this league thai wiji be The new I storm, chief mogul of the league. I grabing for that top rung all tlie "I want lo When a city like Winnipeg j RINK Canadian championship. sociation will piny Eirlctly amateur ball, and will follow to tho letter Ihv O.H.1M7. rules. Tboy will also nffil- .is that iate with the Canadian Rugby union. we have definite information to go on for active membership in Ihiil body. I it, dealing witb theye matters. 1 be- Some facts of the newly orfniuizcd j neve that these franchises belong to body: Rugby Football Un- ion. Rough Ridera, Kiki- Edmonton Y.M.C.A. Provision also made for intermed- iate and Junior divisions. C. 11. Belan- ger. Kdmonton: vice-president. Rev. Koht. Pearson, Red Ueer; secretary- treasurer. Vivian Graham, Calgary. game in each city, each v.'eek. Flrat game, Saturday, September 30, last game. November 4. Pour Belanger cup, presented hy C. H. Belauger, of Ed- ini; the franchises of the Winnipeg j seventeen peoplu out to the-la-yi and Brandon clubs. bvforc calling a of allout there was a change in mem." -Auo'iher thing which president from calling time ulge- keev.s Ova the annual the league. Hy iinittlng as they did, j meeting of the league, is the fact these two clubs forfeited all right to I that some of the clubs have not yet be considered. Hoth of them wero-be-1 sent In their final making It hind In their assessments at the time j Impossible to get out tbe yearly state- AMERICAN ASSOCIATION St. Paul Louisville Second game- Mihvaukee Louisville Kansas City Columbus Second game Kansas City Columbus 003 000 S 000 013 11 100 212 9 400 00 f 11 000 5 ___000 I 101 050 10 001 030 S Alberta Locators' Allrerta Locators, they, dropped out, and left tho league in a very precarious predica- ment. Xo league can be run on wind, mi if a club fails to meet its obliga' meut. The same trouble was experi- last year, and it was well on in tire winter before the business was finally wound up." However, there 000 000 3 Minneapolis 100 001 Indianapolis 010 000 NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Victoria Spokane Portland Seattle ___ Tncoraa ..10 9 C 11 4 S 10 13 EASTERN All Stars 000 103 11 HocbCBter 401 200 7 VIckers, Rudolph and Phelps; A Connell and 'Mitchell. monton; intermediate championship, cup, presented by Calgary; Junior Graham cup, presented by Vivian Gra- j linni, Calgary. Founders of Big Robt. Pearson, Vivian Graham, Campbell Young, John Cornfoot, Paddy John- son, i In e harmonious meeting, in which all the delegates had the general good and advancement of the game at heart, the Alberta Big Four, compos- ed of Iwn Calgary Tigers and Hough two Edmon- ton and wns formally organized last night. A complete constitution and set of rules was adopted ,and offlceis elected for the first season. The Alberta Big Four is the name by which the organization will be gen- erally known, hut In the constitution adopted tire organisation has been called the "Alberta rtngby Football and provision lias been made for senior, intermediate and junior divisions. More properly, the name "Big Four" is to apply to the senior division, .the membership in this division .being limited to four 5 j senior teams. The teams which aie lo compose the Big Four are to be selected eacli year at the annual meeting. .There is a chance that U'e inter- mediate section will be filled np this 0 fall, and in that case Lethbridge will c- be sure to put a team in that divi- sion. ttous. 1 believe that the only thing to j will not be the same financial trouble do is '.'o take the franchise of the i to deal witli ac tbere was last, and club. At any rate, 1 will see Mr. Far-' rell, lay all the facts before him and get his opinion before placing the matter before the Board of Control. "There is no truth BKher in [the re- port ill the Free Press that I have offered the Winnipeg franchise to the Brown Brothers, of Vancouver. it the franchise belongs to the teague, s up to the league to decide what nothing startling is expected to crop up at the meeting, Winnipeg tnakc-j a bluff to try to their franchise. President Eckstorm will leave In the course of a few daj-3 for the East, where he will see Jlr. Farrell. and in- cidentally get a ruling on the matter of franchis-es. While away, he will Iso take in the world's senes. FIELDER JONES EOUNO TO BE A CHANGE IN THQ EXECUTIVE OF THE NORTHWESTERN Spokane, Sept. looks like au- other change the managerial reins of the Northwestern League ior 1912. Judge Robert- H. Lindsay will lay down the reins at the close of the season, and another head for Hie or- ganization must he found. White there is some talk- of getting W. H. Lucas back on the job, this is not WHY MACK MEN CINCH PENNANT BY DEFEATING TIGERS IN YES- TERDAY'S BATTLE BY Philadelphia, Sept. Ameri- can league championship for' 1911 was decided here.today when Phllar delpfila defeated Detroit 1J to ij. It was the fourth time that a local .team piloted by Connie .Mack has'won the pennant in this organization." but it was the first time Philadelphia has won the title in successive' seasons. By repeating this yesterday. Philadel- likely. Bob Brown, of j Phia earned the rigm to defend the Vancouver, might take it if he hadn't title" of world's championship'which" team in the league. But he has, and now it looks as if Fielder Jones will be the next man on the job. It is thought Irs- would give the now dis- credited it won last year in ia series National league club. Only two teams fought it out for leading honors in the American leagtro this ixecutive department of the j season, Philadelphia and Detroit. league the confidence of the public, j The latter got a flying; start aiiifthe prestige so badly needed for spring and on .May 19 the Tigers had tlie success of the game on the coast. They always make Strike" Curves and clever twists are all right in bowl- not in cigarettes. You want your smokes to be straight and on the level. You get nothing but pure, straight tobacco in Black Cat No harmful, artificial or These ire not needed if the tobacco is honelt and U it haj been honeetiy aECll and mellowed. "Black Cut" Cigarettes sre mads from Virginia's choicest flavored bynaturu'i own proceMM, lunshine, clean- liiKM Mid time. To rallze. all that this to learn how good cigiref can be, take first from a "Black then from any other Let the "Black Git" (peak for iuclf. At All Good Tobieconiiti OAKKRIIAS MARCIANUS CIGAKF.TTPJt, Ltd.. MonlfMl, Outbee Y.M.C.A. Se that Elephant at, the Y. M. C. A. evening. This is the only Iclcphant in captivity In Southern Al- berta and was secured for our ex- elusive use by our special representa- tives. The bowling alleys and billiard ta- !ble will bo open to our guests tft 's o'clock; basketball and other stunts at S.30 to 0.30. From 9.80 to 10.00 there will be an inspection of the Dor- .mitories and a committee of five la Idles will act as'judges and award E prize for the best decorated and most homelike room.: rt.OO to 11.00 will be the "got-acqnalnteii hoar." A'good pro- gram-nod light refreshment will help yon keep lit good humor. A real or- chestra will be on hand and they know how to hand out those sweet strains of that make you for- get yo.ur troubles. But, don't fail to show your lady friend the Elephant..-' Standing of Clubs Today NATIONAL Won Lost P.O. [New York 90 43 .652 Chicago Sf> 68 .535 I Pittsburg .........82 65 .53S Philadelphia..... 78 6J .5-13 St. Louis 73 68 .518 'Cincinnati M 80 .452 Brooklyn 58 83 .411 Boston 36 104 .257 AMERICAN i Philadelphia Detroit S4 Cleveland 75 New York...... 74 Chicago........ 71 Boston 69 Waihington...... GO SI. Ixmis 40 46 an IIS 60 71 72 103 .676 .587 .525 .500 .411 .250 a lead of twelve games men. From that day tho locals gain- ed gronnil and took the lead from Detroit.for the first time on July -I.- The next day Ne.w York .defeated. Philadelphia, and .the latter dropped to second place. Detroit kept in the front until August -1, when the Ath- letics for the second time jumped into first" place. Since then Phila- delphia has "never been Beaded. Skating will Uo oire of llw chief this winter In [.utlibridge If Hie plans of Messrs. Iteber. Dovine and Podger are carried through sue- cessfully. Yesterday these promoters j b'egan work on what will bo Iho best open air rinli ever constructed In tlie city. It will be located on the vacant lots in front of the V. M. C. A., owned by St. Patrick's church. Centrally lo- i cated as It will be, there iy not tho least doubt that it will eclipse the SUCKSS of Iho open air rinks of the two previous winters, and the skaterc of Lothbridse will not be Ions in lo.- eating this centre of attraciion when Jack Frost lias got In his digs. 'The rink this year will be by far the best ever put up in the city. It will be IL'O faut long and 7S feet In width, giving a fine "surface liiith for and hockey. One feature" about the rink which will he greatly appreciated iu that the dressing rooms will open right on tbe ice, making it very conVeni'ent for the skaters. A ten foot wall will surround tho entire rink, giving ample protection from the wind, and making the enclosure com foriable in all kinds of weather. On the west side also will be elected a spectators gallery running the full length of the sheet of ice, so that hockey games will be in comfort also. Another feature of the rink will be the lighting. This matter was given sertouy consideration before tbe con- struction was started. It is always i hard matter to light an Olieu rink but a scheme hay been evolved whereby the ice will be ighted by as many hundred candle power lights as may be found neces- sary. Nothing much has. been said yet is regards hockey for the winter, but. low that a rink is as-snred the play- ers will begin to think about tire 1 lockey end of the sport, "and a city eague will certainly he formed. Then -here be the district league, and he boys wilt have a chance to get back at Tabor for the druhing of last Anyway, a good winters sport s assured, and the promoters may be sure of a lilieral patronage. Skating nil hockey are both taking hold li-ere ind it is only a matt-er of a couple of years before a closed rink is built. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. I. IHERMAN. M.n.gtr. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th Boyle Woolfolk oreient. MAX BLOOM In Hll Onitflt SUOCMI, "The Telephone Girl A MUSICAL FARCE By Hugh Morton and Guitav Kerker. Additional Songt by Boyle Woolfolk and Felix G. Rlcl. i One Year In New York Two Years In London You saw MAX In "A Wlnnlno and the "Sunny Side of Brosd- way." ''See, him HE'S FUNNIER THAN EVER. N SEAT SALE PRICES 50c TO TODAY A Picture, (lie Kind You All Waiit. The Outlaw's Trail A stirring (Irnina, dealing- Avith a Western girl's duty and her lover's strategy. COMING OCT. 11 and 12 Cowboy mid liuliuii Frontier Celebration. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY '3'UTT famous comedians in unique, humorous situ- ulIoiiB. KEAL MIRTH PROVOKING COMEDY. 1 RUGBY PRACTICE f, TOMORROW NIGHT Every rugby player in tha city is requested to turn out tomorrow night at the Bar- racks grounds for practice as soon after six o'clock as pos- sible. Details will be arrang- ed for the remainder of tlie season, and an effort will'be made to get together a team to meet one of the Calgary teams this fall. Come prepared to gee into the game. THE EUREKA Which Baby Wins THE VOTES HAVE BEEN COUNTED Am! Standings Will Be Shown Tonight. VE B.EE? ill Be Sh< 4 Sitleiulul AnhnnttMi Pictures 4 Flyer and Cur- ing a Grouch' (comic.) t Way of Man.' (Drama.) the Alban (Beautiful scenery in colors.) Simple ami 'Tailor's Queer (Comic.) ALL-STAR TEAM TO TRAIN ATHLETIC.S The All-Star team chosen by James McAIoer to 'battle with the Philadel- phia American League Club, the world's .champions prior -to their struggle with the qualifier from "the National League, inclurt-ss four mem- bera of the Chicago team, five from Washington, one from New York, one from Boston and one from Detroit, American League teams. The batting order Is announced as follows: Milan, cf.f; Lord, 3b; Speaker, rf Gobi) If; I3lberfeld, 2b; McBrlde, SB Chase, In; Sullvan and Street, White, Walsh and Johnson, p. STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. If you live out of town, write urn." ;