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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 6 v THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY Saturday, September PICTURE Or THE STEEPLECHASE AT THE WOODBINE Pegoud at Brook'and, Eng., did Some Wonderful Acts High m the Air London, Sept. marvel- lous "upside dftttn" ainr.an, eclipsed ell previous fHons at Biosklands yesterday. In a Bleriot monoplar.e from a Iricht of (ftt he dropped down- ward, tail swung over liis fly ing upsMc dorcn tcr ceir- h a minute. Xelt, with his macbicc in normal position, he soared uj- and then with swoops f; tiirned two'coinpMe H'rr.ersaulis in the ail. will represenl (ireat Britain in Coap Interaationi' Aviatiou at Kbeims, says he hopes to emulate Fegoiu's achievements to dav or tomorrow. Players in World's Series The following players are eleglbTe to compfiU In the world's champion- ship series: NEW YORK PHILADEPHIA Schang Cooptr Lapp Cranrfall Thomas .Doyle Esndcr DemarEB Plank Fletchsr Coombs Fromme Grant Herzog This race was by the favorite. The falling li Foxcritt... Old Country Football Lor.don. Sept. FplIowiD? rr; fee results of tyfay's fuotfcall games: FIRST DIVISION Astoa Vil'a 3, Eveiton 1. Harder 6, Chelsea 1. Bradford City, post- por.td. Lircrpcol 0, West Bromwicb Al- biol 0. Manctcslcr rnilnl 4, Oldham Ath- letic 1. iliddlesborouib 3, Sunderland 4. XtTfastle United. 3, Pfcefield esdaj- 7. Preston Xoith End 1, Bolloa deiers I. Sheffield -United 1, Blacltbiitn Hov- ers 1. Tottenham Hotspur 3, JIaothtstcr City I. SECOND DIVISION Barr.Eley-WooIwich Arsenal, post- icr.fd. Bradford 1, Clapton Orient 0. Bury-Nottingham Forest, postpon' ed. Fulhain 4. Lincoln City 0. Tluddersfield 1, lilacipooj 0. Hull City 3, (irimsby Town 1. Leicester Fosse 3, Bristol City 0. Notts County 4, Leeds City 0.. Stdckport County 1, OloSbop 1. V'olrabampton Wanderers 1, Birm- ingham 0. SOUTHERN LEAGUE Bristol RoVers i; Southampton 3. Town-Plymouth '.Argyle: ljueen's Park Rangers 2; West Kam United 2. Town 3; Heading 0. CivjiH Clty.l: Cristal 2. Eieier City City 0. MiUvall Athietic-WaUordV foatpon- eO. Portsmouth 1; Xorwich City 0. Brighton ami Hove 2; Gilllngham 0. Southern! United-Noniiamptoa: post Tht ichsdule of. dates made out for the. big event: First game New York" ...October, 7 Phlla October Third New, .York ..October Fourth Phila October 10 Fifth New York ...October' 11 Sixth. Baseball Fraternity Make Out Their Requirements of Major League Owners RUGBY Cardiff 3; Ponlypool 0. Devenport S; Leicester Richmond 32; Old .Mleynians S. Northampton 9; Gloucester 3. Blacih'eath 17; Rosslyn 0. Coventry 26; Sale 3. "SCOTTISH LEAGUE Glasgow, Sept. are Detroit, Sept. ol'the. Detroit- American league team here confirmed'today a report that the. baseball players' Iraternity has draft- ed a series of demands'which are to te presented-to pi major league baseball: clubs this winter for their which they.will be submitted to the National Com- mission with'the requsst that they bo made-'part bt. thejruiK govein.'ns organized baseball..It was. said.that the'results oMootball "games played already G5 .per'cent. ,ol. the members in the Scottish' league of- tie players', fraternity hive ,ep- dorsed tie proposition. Four' important i'nemands "are under HOW BIG LEAGUE FLAGS WERE WON AMERICAN LEAGUE PcL C. Ctnaliker dark Griffith. .610 C. Mick. .610 Collins. .610 Jimmy Collins. .617 C. Mack. .621 Fielder Jones .C14 Hugh Jeuiilngt Hurfi Jumlnfii .658 Hugh Jennifjt C. Mi'ck. .680 C. Mack. .668 Jake Suit .691 C. llKk NATIONAL LEAGUE Pet. Ed. Hanlon.. .i03 Fred Clarke. PilUaurg, Clarke. Fred Clarke. .650 Tort, J. McGmr. .693 Tori, J. MeGray. .6SC> Frauk Chance .763 Frank Chinee .701 Frank Chance .643 Fred Clarke. .724 Frank Chance .675 York. J. McGraw. .647 !912rT-Xew York. J. McGraw. .082 ri91STXtw York, J. McGraw V clccbed yet.. jostponei Aberdeen 3, St.' Mirrcn Dundee 4, Qutrn's Park 2.' Hearts of Midlothian 4; Morton 0. Haith Faltirk Hamilton Academicals 4, Ayr.Un- ited 0. Kilmarnock 0, Hibernians'3. Y Dumbarton li Mothenvell-.S. Partick Thistles 0, Aiid.rieonians 1. Following are the results'oi Glas- gow cup games lotlay Celtic. 0, 0. Clyde 0, Ran'gers BOWLING ON THE GREEN WILL MAKE ITS DEBUT HERE Seventh gams-rNew York October, 14 Umpires Klcm and. Rlfllcr, Nation- A new branch will te. added to the Lethbridge realm "of sports and pas- times .next spring. Bowling on :ihe will" make "Us'debut here, Mr. QDe of mDr; STB in "tbe nerr branch of s'pcrri, end-an to the that the project had passed the proviso "stage, with positive assurance of the'game being played here next summer. cow a of siif- fjicient .size ssa-jred to warrant the adoption of tbe game and we; 9-111 hold an organization meeUEg the il league; Connolly and Egan, Ame'rt- Matter 'part of next ireelt and can leiguc. j our" plans. -.We, are moat anxious to see the played In Lethbridge, believe that Is about the most suitable time' to play-tlll.Tiext'year, it is feit that if" the. Initial' step is'. taken will- easier and i "more established than if the first step ware-to be left over till next said Mr; Adams .Mr. Adamg; Is. -th'tn-ough'T- convinced, that once lawn bowling is.csteblishec here it will enjoy a even as it en joys, in other places all over banana.. Lawn arc scientific game and firrnisnes. all kinds of excitement, It.ia a game that old anil yo-jng can play without age being a particular factor in'the-player ility. Curling, or the game of the besom and stane; Is probably'the nearest ap- proach to according to-Mr. "Adams, the roirln' garao is ho In ft with lawn and'be plays both. en as the business men of Leth bridge take to curling1 a-zest in tbe winter months, the lawn bowling advocates have "a.vision of them tak ing to the game on'.the green with equal or more zest, is somewhit lacking in opportunity for amusement and exercise for lib busi- ness men In the good old summer time. The game IF not an expensive one to players, ar.d in that respect here will be no excuse for keeping inyone from pTaying It who should shooss to do so. out for the date of the organ- zalion meeting, and don't forget to 01 deck, onsioeration; it-is understood. They :e No player-who has'-be en a member I a major for 10 years iiaH be it ional release. vJn-. No placer who a member 6 the major aclusire for 12 years shall be-given tiher. than .his unconditional ;release. No carriedi oii ,he major payroll, until te tlie minqts unless waivers are jifceiyed from "ths .6 clubs tof.lfce 'American and Naticm- al A rnajor club pwncrlsnajl. be. pro bited from'carrying a player -'who has an pppDrluaity to an- other major Jeague club nbnths of Ine''scas6n, vantage'of tbc'iime whph_ the team.' are carrying many 'rscruits to seni player in quesiiori.t'o the minors major'lcague" flayers ported to be "willing to agree io fc. (use to sign 'future, mites the demands ot the fraternity are ac- cepted. .President XavrnV-'of the Detroi club, declined today to discuss th subject. Brennan, Camnitz, Mayer ant York '4 S 2 Brooklyn 2 4f 1 Teereau" aud Myers; AJIen, "Ttrbvn nd Fisher. wading Joe Jackson by 1 Points in American League Batting Averages National X and Dooln, i i Second hilQtlelpbla 3 1 RI: 10 12 -3 13' HAVE NO ffll 10 mm IN Chicago, Sept. 27. Twelve to the good' Ty Cohb has ea- ered the home slfetcli in the rare or'the halting championship oi tha leagce. His chief rival, Joe Jacfcson, is hitting at a rate of 373 .0 Trls Speaker is ap- larently o'Jt ot it, after a rally that at one time to put 'Win oa top. He has (alien behind Henrik- sea c! Boston., batting 361 to tha fitter's average of 368 established in 36 games. Oilier' American leaguers batting 300., Calgary Worked Over Big Game Up Calgary, .Kept. greates interest ever aroused by a rugbj match "in" this about the game to.be played "this_ afternoon be- twcen.the.Hamiltori Tigers and thci Calgary. nainesakcs'.' Ideal rughy ther and. it is anticipate, ''people will wit- ness The Tisitfnt; team ar Hved iti'tfce-city-early this morning arid is shape for the game locals have been! working hard an expect to give.the eastern psrtormer a hard tussle. Tar Manager Fails to Reason Why Sam Can't Box' Gunboat Smith Jce Wooflniaa, manager oi Bam Laugford, has logical 'arguDfient ta favor o! bta'mtui be las pormlUeU. to box in New York, Uiough the boxing commlwloa ot the eta to turned htm down and has prevented ..Luff- ford from meeting Guuboat SraJtii. he aslca, a boxer .ot lb.9 skill be trom eanJug money In bis cboflau f Hucdredfl of Inferior to malio 'money through their Jean efclitful ttforti ad In justice I ciccot ftee'vrhr be discriminated "I am aware that boxing com- does not prevent' oxlng any place Kev York Ule, bat I confest that the nancial rewards In tny other ban this arc coi commtcjurale MB skill. In a nuUbtll, the mon- Is here In Nev York and I tlitnk should hare a chance to It. "There IB no question that the rule jf the commlsBlou dlsoriinlnaUng gainst b'.ack-skliined boxers li illegiil. ind I have no do-jbt that were I to go court I' could have it overrulfd. But 1 have no desire to do any inch hlngf and I am hoping that the com-' mission Its clear (o eventually permit Lpngford .to enter the. ring against "Qutiboat Smith, -who e generally regarded as a Intr oppon- ent for the Tar Baby. I am aware''thit'ifl organized bast- ball no negroes nre permitted to play, but there is not in black and white a rule ot baseball prohibiting the em- 61 ueRroes by baseball cluba, Ltrmay-te law; "However, In "baseball thg eltuatlou Is entirely the players of a ball team are'compelted to live j Chicago 1 9 2 'ittaburg.............; 6.11 1 SrnHh, Stacfc and Brcsnahan; Bar- grave Adams and Smith.- American ft'ashlngfon 7 0 Nair .York ._.. Q 6 -2 BoebJlng pnd Alnsiplth; JlcIIale, Keating and Sweeney." BRITISH GOLF "PROS1' WINNER VardonV and. Fownes Byen an BoEton Board man, Ilouck ushj Schang; Ijeonar 4 13 3 12 13 3 and Pennocfc, I end: Gady. St JLouls Chicago Rav ind HaTry.Vardon, British profession- al defeated K. >ir. By era and V: C. Fpivnes, former American latloaal; amateur .champions, ia a 3G- ioie, best ball foursome, 5 up and 3 to ilay; at' tbe Oakmont Country club icre yesterday. The Americans wore off Inilheir putting, losing holes re- otter making the greens ily. At the end of the .morning round of-18 holes, the Britons were 1 up, and "in the" afternoon round out- played the Americans. WORLD'S .CHECKER Pomeroy, American, Decldln: Game from 'Englishman Binghamplon, Sept E. Pomeroy, ot this city, .yesterday won the world's cbampionsblp at checkers from Alfred El .of England, who has heM undisputed posseaslpn of the" title. The competitors -were tied up to the 5Cth pame, atr6ne vic- tory each, 48 games being nnlsherf'in draws. Pomeroy learned to pi ay'the ame In a backwoods grocery etbre at SlOney Centre, X.V., hia home many' ago. Ixirenz and Agney, Deozand Schalb. Cleveland-Detroit: Rain. 'Come the; other get their's. The.veilTdresscd man knows the Semi-ready Store. _- iWe_phQ.pn a large scale, Generous stocks; wide variety of fabrics; many styles are sure of gelling just the Overcoat you wnnt. Sujta, too. sort and Ulster, to Substantial, hard-wearing Scotch and English worsteds, Cheviots1 and Tweeds, to 135. 'Semi-ready of-them. Look for the mark in the pocket.- I5TH-E SEMI-READY STORE Lethbridge 'S. C. BATEMAN, Mgr. ENGLISHJENN1S' ndon, Kng., Sept, annual Eastbourne tournamtnt, only in Importance to the All-England champfonEhlps at Wimbledon lias end ed, bringing to-a close one of the racist successful lawn teonls aeae ever witnessed In England.- The eeaaon has tiaen 'a veritible triumph for J. C. Clarke, the brilltan Irish "player, who went dovn to de (eat only once-during the year, and that to McLoughHn )n cham- plonsfap at He retrieved thfa defeat by beating .the great Am- erican, pteyer In one'of the single matches in.tho Darls Cup challenge round.r .Since last Clarhe tias bested "among- others- Xorman Ilroohoa, F. Wildfrig, if. E. >fc- n. A, A. K. Beam- ish anil A, H. Lowe Association lllnncapolia 2.5 2 05 2 Olmstead and Rondeau; Coltamore and Deroisbt, faneas'Clty.......... 59 3 Columbus.............. 7 10 2 Danlefs and Moore; Cook and Cole- nan. Sold by all class .dealerslcafts and cliibs together while on the road. 'In the case.of Landlord he does not desire to associate white hoseri. All 'ho 'asks' for Is. a'clance to meet theni in the ring for a hall hour, and possibly less, and thus earn il tbe money that 3ils skill as a hoxer entitles him "1 can Smagioe that In Eome state's further south the'.pitting oi negroes against Tvhites jn the ring -would tend to inname the community, but .In-all' the houls I have seen ,la New York state there has Eccrncd to .be. ills; position to treat both whites am! blacks as athletes and to give the I negroes a perfectly square deal. "Of course, uo white man who jecls to hot with a negro can be com- pelled to do so. As to Gunboat Smith, he is.willing and anxious to box ford." BROKE FLYING: RECORD France, r.px. world's record for speed by aeroplane was made heic today Kmlie Vc- drines, who flew C2J miles over a measured course US miles an old record was- 11U miles per hour'madc by Maur- ice Provost nt June 17. .Milwaukee..............10 9 4 Indianapolis......, 20 13 'f Cutting and Hughes; Harrington ind St 4 10 3 7 11 0 etgKr and Miller; H, Clemens and V. demons. Northwestern Victoria 0, Vancouver 2; Tacoma 1, Seattle 4; Portland 4, Spokane 3. AVIATOR FALLS; is UNHURT Hydro-Airopflne Drops Fifty Wrecked Porttand, Ed..Steele. wbo ycttorday completed a relay flight from Bay to Tol- edo-by hydro-aeroplane, today fell with his arrshlp Into I'M bay.at Tol- edo from a height of fifty feet, while- completing his exhibition' fllgtL Mo- torboais went fp the resent and Sleets extricated from the wreckage practically unharmed. -His machine was buHy'wrecked. Slcele said con- trary agr'currenla caused the Sh oigiin Shells' "LEADER" You can't buy a faster, harder or mpre.even shoot- ing load' than Winchester "Leader? .smokeless piowder shotgun For field, or. trap shooting, they are :'n a class by entire satisfaction .in any of shotgun.. Their superi- :0qty 5s due' to patented cpnsstruction and the manner in which they are The patented Corrugated Head, used on Winchester shells is an .Invaluable feature. It absorbs' the shock of the .powder explosion and takes the strain from the paper tube instead of localizing it, as the old method of metal lining does. That's why "Leader" shells are stronger and less apt to "cut off" than shells according .to'-ideas of long ag6. The Shells The Best Shots. Swear By ;