Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
DAILY Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers Games in the Big Leagues STKbKAST WON XKWMAKKKT NATIONAL Pittsburir vs Philadelphia i on account of wet grounds. Chicago......211 OOx-S 12 1 York 000 000 S i Hichie anil Archer: Mimnmrd. Crnndall and Myers and Wilson. Cincinnati 030 000 12 I Boston......120 001 7 I Compton. Boyd and McLean: Per- due, Weaver iind Randan, i St. Louis.....000 003 7 2 Brooklyn 000 100 m Willis, LaiuiorniUfe ami Wingo; W. j JUIler, Knetrar, Schardt and Krwin. Ki-- f Xowmtukol, Kng., -Si-pi. Jockey. Club start's, ;uuv v en" the JYimiiiiiiig races i .vorth ton thousand pounds lo the winner, ami run over On1 -la.'t in Mi' and Ihrw-qiuirtors of (itfsarott itch course, was it won today by Lord Derby's f XUnlfasV, who ran second in Hie two I htm.sanil gutiivas and ihf Di'iliy, but started at the lit-cral price 01 IZ to I. t- Mr. h'ltinVs' LerntH-rg linish- fil xrPoini. aft IT well hacked at. S to -1, mid Lord fc Derby's i'air TripgiT II, I" to I, was ihinl FACTS AND FIGURES FOR Latest Averages of Giants and Athletics, Which Ap- pear to be Destined to Meet Again After Six Years 47i; IS I 139 132 IL'l AMERICAN (J. 200 000 11 i 011 001 13 2 I Henry; Covinglon j AVashlngton .Detroit...... ea-3bion and ji'nu Stauage. Boston......000 000 5 1 Chicago......000 101 I! 1 Collins, Btishelman and Nunamak- er: Walsh and Sullivan. Philadelphia 030 010 7 Cleveland 110 301 0 Bror.n and LivingBtoiK: Kaler and Daniel. MACK PICKS HIS LINEUP Twenty-One Players are Eligible to Play in Series Philadelphia Sept. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 000 004 t Milwaukee 000 000 Minneapolis Indianapoli-j 201 001 000 000 Second Minneapolis -00 001 Indianapolis 000 000 Toledo Louisville 120 100 000 000 NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Victoria Spokan-a Portland Seattle Tacoma It .in a 10 j Mack, manager of in? Philadelphia j American League Baseball club, to- 1 j day announced that lie had -seitL to the .j j national commission the names of 21 j players as eligible to represent his 0 club in the world's series this fall. 'The names of the players are: Lapp and Lir- ing-jton. Coombs, Krause, Margin and Dnnfortli. .Melnnes, Collins, Barry, Baker and Derrick. Outfielders-T-Mnrphy, Lord, Old- Strunk and Harts's.I j" Last fall against Chicago there were men eligible to represent I Philadelphia. not oh thi-j j year's list 21-3 A'-lftins and j.JJygert, First Baseman Honser and j Catcher Donohiiv. The new men this year are Pitchers Dant'orUi and Mar- tin. Standing of Clitbs Today York Chicago I'ittsburg Philadelphia Ht. Lonis Cinfijanati Brooklyn Boston Won 9U Sli'', 82 .1143 .5117 .558 .313 .514 AMERICAN Won Lost P. C. Philadelphia -9fi 47 .fi71 D'eirolt-..... Cleveland...... 7fi fiS .528 New York...... 7-1 HO .518 Chicago........ 72 71 .503 Boston........ 69 .456 Washington..... fiO .-ill St. Louis'.-..... -10 -103- .280 MINNEAPOLIS-WINS AMERICAN ASSOCIATION .Minnenpblia, Sept. Minne- apolis laam tnday. won tile championship of' the American Asso- ciation for 1911, wlren President M.B. ('antillion announced boiii games scheduled for this :afternoon were ;pff liecaur.'j of rain apid cold. "Calling OIT tc-2 double header with SI Fi'-.'.l eincli- ed Uw pennant for the tfi flip (.-nil ol op- p.ortiiiiiiy. Buy a Victor now a week Mason Kisch LTD. Oom Blk. Phone 791 VANCOUVER CANNOT 'PLAY YOUNG'TORONTOS Sept. Globe, whose uporting editor is a director of tile C. .A. A. O., says this morning: The Vancouver amateur lacrosse 'enni are in Toronto in pursuit of th'3 Mann Cup, which is held by tire Young Torontos. As the latter are excluded from. competitions recognized by tbe Amateur Athletic.. U.nfoiv, Vancouver -Will also .be bounds if tlray play the Toronto's railway team. Manager Clark-a of Vancouver is fiuoted as saying this team will take no' chance and look to the Mann C.up trustees to protect tiiem against Penalty of playing an ineligible t-aani. There is no chance about it. If they play the Voimfi Torontos they. are therefore disqualified for wilful vio- lation of the amateur regulation's and nobody can save them from lire con- sequences of their own act. Connie buy the 11U1 Auwrl- j floielwr oun League hniuinji. fucked away in jHiigilKrae the club trunk wltli oth- nepxos crs of the -jamc hraiul. The dope In ;pevorL. American is about as the wise; onus predicted, Mack's pitchini; stuff i'yr'i'0 through us called an. All j that now remiiins is dwicie who'Devlin -will cop tlie Xiitional. and tlws have! !a Riianc'j at Connie's stiiis. Athletics day York had n: games to jitny and the nearest contenders, Chicago, had 11. To show how much chance the fiiants have of losing. McGrnw can lose !i out of his 16 and let th'3 Peerless bead-ars' win rtjniiiiniiig game, and still bea-i them to it by sdven points. In that case the standing would bo: U Pet, New York............S7 57 Chicago ..............1'6 ,li-H f in What th-e leading Vftellers of both However, all doubt of the outcome L will likely be this week, when Uams llie L. IUKJHV TONIGHT j ____ Tins IK going to bo a lino tiVi'iiinc; for (he niftby players every folloiver of Ibo grid- iron is urged In lie at tho Hat'i'acljs as curly as Iiosslljlu. ChrisliP will bt: on hand in eoaeli the iilayors, and a priicticc is expect- ed. If riiniigli players are nroscni it is likely that a short be pluyod just to initiate the new blond into ihc IIM) inj'sti'rii'K of the sport. MAJESTIC THEATRE W. I. IHERMAN, Minigir. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30th Boyle Woolfolk pr.ient. MAX In Hlj Graatnt'iSuccm, "The Telephone Girl" A MUSICAL FARCE By Hugh Morton and Guitav Kerker. Addltlonil by Boyle Woolfolk ind 0. Year In New York Two Yairi in London You uw MAX In "A Winning and the "Siinny of wiy." See him FUNNIER THAN EWER. SEAT SALE PRICES 50c TO i' Giants and Cubs uom-e together for their final series of the year. It look-3 like the Giants and Athlet- es for it in the World rarics, so a little of tbe latest dope on the rela- tive strength of the individual play- 's mighij not be amiss. Below appear the batting averages of tha winners iii each league, as com- piled up to lasi week: imts .Myers Doyle AB R SS-I 43 SO H Ginnts Marqnard Crnndall Druckc Matliewson Wiltse l'-ander Plank Coombs Morgan 11 4 11' i) Pet. U'l 342 jKrau-so 142 :iOT Danforth.. .774 .724 .70H .700 BEST CEANCE HUNTERS EVER .HAD FOR DUCKS ONLYIMPORTEDBALL PLAYER IN GAME This evening and tomorrow m'oni- g should prove sorry times tor the web-footed water fowl ihat frequent lie liikss and sloughs of Lathbridge district. ing ahots left for the Eighteen and Fifteen -Vage ir warfare ujion all ducks. P. R. who was out on an expadi- ion yesterday, stated 10 the Herald this afternoon that tills year's huiit- is the best, and this year's flight ducks the largest thai Ive has ex- perienced iu four years. Yesterday J ticks of all kinds were present at the muting grounds in their 'jeini-annual Spokane, Sept. Joy, who way secured from Boston as a racrnit to the11912 pitching: staff of the Spokane t-eam in the Northwest- ern League, has the distinction of.-b'3- ing the first playar imported for an organized club in the United States. Joy was burning- up the platter in" Honolulu, five when Long of San Francisco ssnt a scout to the crossroads uf tbe Pacific, with the "re- sult that he was signed to play with the He was. in good i ing the first few months, but "p.eter- ed" toward ths .3iid of the was set adrift by the manager. .Two .veal's afterward he showed his mettle1 and his second trial resulted in a -jafe' Boston. While, with tW S-eals ill: thousands, and needless j San Francisco Joy had Charley .StreetJ JOE JACKSON AFTER COBB'S SCALP George Dietrich ,a professional tim- er of anything that is in motion, from pacers, trotters, automobiles to a-aro- planea, "'interested-.in the speed of ball players, and lie decUirt-j that, in his opinion .To-e Jackson, of Cleveland, is the fastest (nan; in baseball.' 1 "I am saiys Dietrich, "that if this ir, not R recort] time, it i-o precious close to it. I have timed a good many other players ovei1 the same route, and I never caught anoth- er under two and three-quarter sec- onds. The only two nven who, ac- cording to'my the dis- tance from the plate 10 firdt in two m) three-quarters seconds aiva Ty Cobb and Wilbur Goody. "In timing ball players I start the watch going as the crack of the bat. reaches my ears, and stop it as I e the runner touch the bag. "I have timed Jackson from the plate .to the second in and Drift-quarter seconds. This is very T.-ist iiimi when you. remember -fliRt Ilia riitincr, in going oil from .first to second, describes a long iy trnvcllitiE 1-iO feet of feut, that separate two ha-acs on fltralght line. voally believe Jackson to bc'rthc stcflt tnan in running out a hit that IK.eyer-been seen In flight by th-s o say many of. them were serve) sumptuous duck dinners by housewive-3 of the city today. LIL' MIX ARTHUR AND SAM LANGFORD TO Spokan-e, Sept. There is a strong probability oui olri friend ,7. Arthur Johnson, wbo annexed the world's heavyweight title and change In Australia, and little linched hjs right 'to the crown, a-3 uoll as adding a gold mine to his earthly pos sessions nt Reno, will once more don the pad-' gloves, choosing New Yoik as the scene of his re-appearance. The lure of ,th'a Fmwley-maile game in 'Manhattn with its offerings of juicy puiaes to.-Uie elect, is hard for Jaspar A. to" overcome, and, ac- cording to reports from Una fight centre of the United States, Johnson and Sam '.Laiigford will meet 'in the squared cirsle ere long to battle for the crown, which is growing 'dusty from continuous service on the shelf. While it "is', hard to figure where 'a good little man stands much of a chance with a" good hlg man, there ai-a critics galore who 'would back the to tlle lim' it in a bout with -the champion. WELSH IS AFTER MAT WELLS' SCALP New York, Sopt. Welsh ex-champion lightweight of Great Britain, t-j nnxioiis to meet Malt Wells present holder of the Knglish title. Tht latter has exnress.'e.J bi-3 willing: nogs lo moot Welsh, 'but is anxious to have the bout first with Packcy McFarland. FALLS 1Y THE One of Indiana's moat promising mgilists 1ms fallen by. the wayside, Wddie welterweight-box- er, who.has coming to the front -fast of late, was in the Police Court at Indianapolis, ,charged with 'isauitlng a woiiuui. The lioy npponl- lo tint .ludEe for anotlrer chance to get back on the straight and nar- row, and lie was given his freedom, and told to go buck'to his homv In and make a man out of him- now with the Washington team, at' the receiving end. Joy is a veritable; giant in size nnd has .-remarkable" sp-aad and a lot of other thing'3, in-' eluding control. He will report for practice in Spokans early n'jx't -spring. Cohn has every oonfid-ancc in. the native-born -Hawaiian and ex-1 pects to get good service froin'him. JOHNNIE HAS GREAT HOPES Little Leader Lands Live Assortment of Ball Tossers Calsury, Sept. ilack- in, the Kskimos' boss for next season, DasHoil ihroiigli Calgary, and stopped off long enough to buy a few smokes at Chan's emporium. Johnnie is JIHI roujniiiis: from a trip tfjrough the East, where he has been picking up men for the Eskimo team ot He hasn't been ing much grass to grow und'er his feet since he left Edmonton :i couple of weaks ago. That he lias succeeded la evidenced by the announcement that lie mnde laMt nigbi that he had practically a team, and he is already pliinning upon his bunch of stars copping the pennant of what- ever isngue Calgary and Edmonton are in ne.vi year. Johnnie has signed up a complete 'new outfield for next Me is not planning., upon Wiseman being the Edmonton next seu- y'on, as it is will be holding some managerial berth. Three new infield-ars have also .kaen secured, as well as a new catcli- wlio Johnny -dascribes as the very b-ast ciucber iio has ever seen in any Although the Eskimo nuina- ger wilt not -.state in what section of the country the new players come from, he refuses to fliv.ilge any names at this stage of the game. TODAY Vj l A. Western PicUire, the Kind You AH Want. The Trail A stirrwig drama, dealing w.itli a Western giii's duty and -her 'lover's strategy. COMING OCT. 11 and 12 Cowboy and Indian Frontier Celebration. t FRIDAY AND SATURDAY famous comedians in unique, .humorous situ- ations. KEAL AIIHTH PROVOKING COMEDY. "S.O.L LINEUP 0. li'3 following will represent the S. E. In their postponed game with the 'Cullies on Saturday, Sept. at the Ball Park. Watch Friday's'pa- pers for time, etc.: Coles, Firth, Holbevton, Chiswick, Lee, Clarke, Alcock, Parker, Wiltets and 'Clayton. Reserve, Gjirr; FOOTBALL EXECUTIVE 1 MEETING TONIGHT The executive of 'the City Football League will meet this evening in tlffi Dallas Hotel. All are retinc'itod to he present as important hnsincs'3 will conic bat'ore the. meeting. JOHNSON-WELLS SCRAP HAS BEEN CALLED OFF London, Sept. John- son-Wells championship fight scheduled for October, tifw t'sen abandoned by the princi- pals ami promoters owing: to th-3 opposition, of the authori- ties and a large -element of the public. [Vancouver Will Not Be Expelled Torpnto, Sept. Vancouver lacrosse team now in-iown after the Mann Gold Cup are wondering how Globa got tbe news that they j would 'b-e'expelled from 'the Vanco.it- i ver clnh it' tliey played the Young To- fit I routes. "We will not be'-'expellud at and J'think it unfair treatnTent, to1 have that paper make that statement, ji-aemingly to throw cold water on the said taam's manager. Jlr. Clarke, the Y.M.C.A. Last evening tliere was a full at- t-endancc at the tea and practice of the Senior Leaders Corps, An en- thusiastic practice, followed tire re- freshments and the boys are all ready forjthe exhibition and gruelling bag- kcthall match that will be enacted to- morrow evening 'before the special and other visitors during the course of.tho evening. The exhibition prom- ises to be a good one, and the basket- ball game between and Blacks will .be one round of excite- ment. fail to be on hand. Beginning Wednesday, October -i, Or. S. Galbraith -A-ilJ lectures on "First Aid to the -to the members of the Senior Leaders corps. Next Wednesday's lecture will com- mence at eight o'clock. In thewe lec- tures the doctor-will follow the ivlla- bns of the St. John's ambulance corps and thflse should prove not only in- structive and also helpful. CHIEF MEYERS HAS OUSTED HONUS WAGNER During the past few days, Myers of the Giants been stinging the ball with such' success ttiit he teadri Hans Wagner hy four points in tha race for National battlnB hon- ors. Meyers is slugging 342 and Hon- us .3218. It looks as though tbe men vonid finish that way, too. PUMP 8 'Hum-dinger" STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. If you out of town, write us."