Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
:Main Floor, and 75c Balcony 75c 50c MAJESTIC Main Event-FRANK MANTELL vs. BILLY WEEKS-9 in "ARROW COLLAR 16 aaoh. lor 90 CU. r-oaboilr Co.. Inc., Mohcn HERALD SPORT SECTION New York, Sept. Cleve- land Alexamler today is the "Shut- out king of baseball." When the Phil- lie phelioin doled "out a 4.to 0 beating 1o the Iteds a few days ago he an- Inesed -his fifteenth whitewash iimph of the season, which eclipsed all existing records by two. Two weeks or so ago he tied the twelve shutout National league record of Christy-Mathewson: a week later lie added another to his string, tieing the world's record of 13 shutouts in one season, compiled by Jack Coombs when ho was starring with the Ath- letics. Saturday lie set a new mark No'team in the National league has escaped the kalsominlng brush of Alexamler. He has smeared each and every or.e. Brooklyn has been bis uc tim twice- Boston twice; Cincinnati five times, and St. Louis twice. The victory scored by Aexander Satuidnj -was his 31st of .the season. He got i 51 000 bonus when he won the 2 th ami another Ji.OOO when hemade it iiere Is Alexander's shutout record Jor the season: April 18, Boston, 3-0. 3, Boston, 3-0. May 13, Cincinnati. 5-0. .May IS, Plttsburg, 1-0. May 26, Brooklyn. 1-0, June 3, St. Louis, 2-0. July 7, St. -Louts, 1-0. IS, Pittsburg, 5-0. .Inly 20, Cincinnati, 6-0. August 2, Chicago, 1-0. August 9, Cincinnati, 1-0. August 14, New York, S-0. August IS, 3-0. Septeinbor 1, 'Brooklyn, 3-0. September 23, Cincinnati, 4-0. Middleweight 4 >r Local light fans promise lo be pres- I in large numbers at the Majestic ihcitre tonight, when Billy Weeks, nidillewuighl champion of Canada, will defend his title against the ag- .icssion of Frank .Mantcll. The champ .11 lived in the city at noon today from algary. accompanied by Biddy Bish- op, bis manager, and H. F. L. Brooks, of Calgary, who will referee the go. It is to'be a ten-round session. The preliminaries, in which some -local boxei'B of much skill are to appear. start sharp at 8.15. bringing the main bout to the front at nine o'clock harp. A "ve or sil tlia" "'e vv'' I champ, believes he packs a punch that Vancouver. Sept. 27. ron. thoughts. Lethbridge Spoils and Amusement Club: Am willing to box Joe Bay- ley for the lightweight cham- pionship of Canada in your city after October loth. Reply. Harry Anderson. Both scrappers are fit, and a lively scrap is looked for. Mantell, who has been here since Monday, will give Weeks a few keen thoughts. The Lethbridge Sports and Amuse- ment Club, which is responsible for the arrangement of this- curtain-raiser of the season, have made provision for the entertainment of the crowd during preliminaries by providing all S-piece orchestra under the leadership of Mr. Mortal. Seats for the scrap are on sale at Medleys and Alexandra cigar stand. The mayor and commis- sioners have been-invited to-be pres- ent and occupy a box. They are lend training hard, and while he will weigh BASEBALL SCORES STARTED WORK AGAIN AFTER 60 8t. Raphail, Ont. "Four Tears ago 1 had inck paini IB hack that I could not work. I raid about Oln Pint for a Mmplt and them, tound the pains wort leaving mm lid that I leelinl tstttr. I bad talon III boxes at LINER FORCED TO CANCEL .SAILING I Ml as u J did at the in of 30. I an MW 01 All sell Oia Pills at hoi. or 0 oonii I" Baaple if NATIONAL DKOG K OHEHIOil. 00. Of CANADA, I.7MTTHD Toronto, Out. 06 APPLICATION ON RECOUNT Dawson, Y. T.. Sept. tion of the recount of the votes cast 111 the White Horse district In the recenl prohibition election in the Yu- kon territory was filed formally by the "drys." The "wets-" then applied [or a recount in South Dawson dis- trict and Bonanza district, thinking., that they would gain enough in the recount in those two districts to off- set anything the "drys" might gain In the White Horse district. Argument on the application was made before Judge JlacAnley in the territorial court yesterday by lawyers represent-, ing the respectives sides. Judgment- was reserved. AMERICAN Boston Chicago Detroit St. Louis New York Cleveland'. Washington Philadelphia Won 88 86 85 78 70" 7G 74 33 Lost Gli .66 73 72 74 73 114 Pet. .595 .573 .503 .518 .513 .507 .503 .224 NATIONAL Brooklyn Philadelphia Boston New York Plttsburg I Chicago St. Louis 'incinnati The annual field daj of the Leth- bridge schools will be hold at the ex- hibition grounds tomorrow afternoon, commencing at 1.30. The following is the list of events: Boys, intermediate. 100 yards dash; boys senior, running high jump; boys, junior; 75 yards dash; girls, intermed- iate 76 yards dash; boys, junior, run- ning broad jump; girls, junior, 50 yds. dash- girls, junior, running high Jump; boys, intermediate, 100 yards slash; boys, junior, 100 yards dash; girls, junior, 75 yards dash; boys, senior. 100 yards dash; girls, junior, baseball throw; girls, senior, 76 yards dash; girls intermediate, potato race; boys, senior, 100 yards dash; girls, sentor, I yards" run; 'girls, senior, baseball 'throw; boys, junioi, 220 yard's boys, intermediate, 220 yards run; boys, junior, 220 yards run; boys, senior, 220 yards run; boys, senior, 220 yards run; girls, open, nail-driv- ing- girls' senior, 75 yards skipping; -iris intermediate, 75 yards skipping; girls senior, running high jump; boys, lunlor, running high'jump; girls, jun- ior 50 yards, skipping; girls, open, 75 yards skipping; girls, junior, 3- legged race, 50 yards; boys, open, 3- ior 60 yards skipping; .girls; open, legged-race, 76 yards; boys, open, re- lay race 'A mile; girls, open, relay 50 yards each; glrla, open, running high jump- boys, relay mile; girls, open, baseball throw; hoys, senior, running high jump; girls, open, egg and spoor. 60 yards; hoys, open, mile run; boys, open, sack race. 75 yards and back girls opr-n potato raco boys junior 3 legged race 50 5aids bovs intermediate moun ed laco 2o -sards and back boss open nile 41111 girls lelay 50 yaids each bojs open pole vault Dolnon U the klndeiaarten and prim ary races will be conducted inside the lace track bj certiln Ifdy tea lioi- Remaining Games of Leaders New York 3, Philadel- phia 3. Total 6'games. St. Louis 3. Total 3 Cleveland 4. Total 4 games. 17 Hits Against Athletics Philadelphia, Sept. hit the ball hard and defeated Phila- delphia 13 to 3. The visitors made jn -.vhieh Included seven two- baggers' and a home run oft Myers' de- livery. Washington .......13 17 0 Philadelphia.......... 3 8 3 Shaw and Gharrity; Myers and Pic- inich. Leaders Win Boston, Sept. Boston, defeated New York' today 3 to 2. Shore weak- ened in the ninth and New York tied the score before Mays cheeked the rally In the 10th Shocker was wild and'niled the bases on passes. Shaw- key replaced him and Hoblltzel laid down a sacrifice scoring McNally who ran for Mays. New York 2 G Boston.............. 3 .7 _ Shocker, Shawkey. and Nunamaker, Walters; Shore, Mays and Cady. No other games scheduled. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 8; Louisville 6: 0; Louisville 6. Toledo 7; Columbus 15. St. Paul 6; Kansas City 4. Milwaukee-Minneapolis rain, two games tomorrow. Remaining Games of Leaders With Philadelphia 3, New York 4. Total 7 games. With Brooklyn 3, Bos- ton C. Total 9 games. With Philadelphia 6, New 'ork 4. Total. 10 games. Giants' Sensational Win New York, Sept. A aensational linth inning rally, coming after two were but, enabled New York to main- .aln its great winning streak and to stretch its record into a new figure. After tying St. Louis in the ninth, the ocals won out in the tenth by a score of 3 to 2 for their 23rd consecutive victory. St. Louis............ New York PACIFIC COAST' San Francisco 3; Oakland 8. SaltXake 0; Los Angeles 1. Veruon 2; Portland i. lloM. H. Lyman, for a number ot The "lies or Noblemen g rs itavt. tem'an and conductor, and provincial license inspector, died it Medicine Hat. Won 90 S7 84 82 65 (15 60 B2 SG SC 31 83 Pet. .612 .604 .592 .569 .430 .430 .380 Liverpool, Sept. Cunard liner Carpathia, which.sailed for New York Tuesiia.v, roturned to her (lock here today and her sailing has been cancelled. The passengers will go forward on another steamer. 'The liner damaged .one of her propeller blades. BENZINE EXPLODES ON STEAMER, 6 KILLED Sydney, N. S. Sent. meu on board the British steamer Wairuha were killed today when an explosion occurred as the steamer was unload- ing benzine. .The Wairuna arrived here on September 23, from San Fran- cisco by way of Auckland. 2 10 2 w JU1IV 3 9 3 Steele and Snyder; Anderson, Ben- ton, Smith and Rarideu, McCarty. Leaders Cop Another Brooklyn, Sept. Brooklyns played championship ball and beat the Cubs 2 to 0. Brooklyn scored in the first on triples by Myers and Daubert, and in the seventh on a scratch hit. an out, a sacrifice and a single by Olson. Chicago................ 0 Brooklyn 2 5 Vaughn and Wilson; Smith and Miller. Six Straight for Boston Boston, Sept. Boston made it six straight games from the Pirates by winning 1 to 0. Lefty Tyler was in splendid form, holding the Corsairs to four blows. On the other hand the Braves got to Cooper for just twice as many hits. Pittsburg J J Boston....... i Cooper and W.. Wagner; Tyler and Gowdy, Blackburn.1- No other games scheduled. A cable from England states tl-at Harris Turner, who was a court re- porter on Vancouver and Saskatoon newspapers, has been rendered 'totally blind from wounds he received while serving with, the Princess Patricias BY THE DOPESTER Local ball fans were busy yesterday trying to dope but how the New York Giants could. win the pennant in the National League. Some said it could be done. .Some said a physical impossibility considering the arrange- ment of the remaining games of the four leading clubs. But after Tues- day's games had been decided, the record-busting Giants had a chance to cop the hunting. Here was the one and only New York had 10 games to with St. Louis, four .w.lth Brooklyn .and five with Boston. If the Giants won all ten their final stariding would .be: Brooklyn hail eight games to play, one with Chicago, three with the Phil- lies and four with. New York. By los- ing to the Phillies and Giants and winning" from Chicago, the Robins would end up: Meantime. the Phillies would have taken the Brooklyn series of three, but lost the Boston. series of six, ending up the nine remaining games ot their won 63 lost 'or .590 per" cent. Arid Boston with 11 games, having si-abbed six in a row from the Phil- ies would lose five to New York end- ing with SO won, 64 lost for .582. The final "standing would then lie: _iants Phillies Boston Brooklyn W. 91 62 90 63 64 S9 to Pet. .595 .590 .082 .018 There might be other divisions of the games that would .bring the Gi- ants out on top. but it would require logarthms and la few vthtef firazy stunts to figure them out. The Giants could win the pennant, yes! They co'uld tie for the rag and win on the play-off. But John J. 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