Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LETIT.RRIDGE DAILY HERALD Friday. 2ft, I. Record'of all Live Eyents of Interest 'to. Western Can- ada Readers BIG GAME AT THECOAST SATURDAY Tomorrow tlie Tei'imtsvhs, winners [of the K. C. L.. snick up against Co to-GiNNlTY NOW SEEKS WESTERN FRANCHISE. C.C. P.GNUELO WINE .P.K.T CO. Lethbrldge, Aita ics for I lie possession of the Mint) [dip, emblematic: of the lacrosse chain ipionsliip of the world. The game i 'arousing a great deal of interest ii ihe coast city, and Thousands of fan: will be out to witness ilie contest During the past week the Tecumsehs have been working out every day. au jJiave created a good impression. The jmembers of the team are well know Chicago......001.' 000 7 l !to uie Vancouver players, who have u York 100 000 1 5 healthy regavd for the prowess of the Cole and Archer; Miiiavwson and eastern champions. However, the Van Myers. Games in (he Big Leagues NATIONAL 1-MHsburg.....000 000 .r> 1 I'll 000 7 0 O'Toole. Leit'ield and Sl- Moore and Carter. f St. Louis.....tioi oo: 7 -2 Brooklyn.....' 000 0-12 IS M Seackert. Radabangh and 'Ragon and Higgins. Cincinnati vs' Boston, of raiii. AMERICAN couver fans are confident thai the home bunch will walk away with the easterners, and betting is strong on tJic coast chumps. No word has yet Ibeen received indicating the officials i who will handle the but it !s jthought that West minster men will [be iu charge. 1 Lord Dcsborough Will Face Off Vancouver. Sept. Desbor- ong'li. one ot the most prominent sports- no, game, Jn lne couuirVi will face off .the bull at the Vancouver-Tecumseh la- ___________'crosse match tomorrow. He will be tiiie Held with the Duke of Suther land and Lord Charles Beresford. Joe McGiunlty, the famous "Iron Is reported sick of hi: Job with tie Newark team of the Eastern League. The great old pitcher is to' inrc his eyes on a'franchise'in'one of the .Western lenf-iies in the hope of andtni; it MADE MONEY IN UNION LEAGUE The Union Association Took In Ov During the Bate Ball. Juit What You Want What You Gc v. What you want most of all, is 8joii66tvvalut' for Value should include new style, perfect fit, proper tailoring-arid dependable fabric. Innjton 000 000 1 John so a 'aiifl Street: Sifimners" and Boston Chicago ,010-. 002 osroso 11 012 000 i) Philadelphia Cleveland Chats worth and Thomas; Heisling aud Adams. Krapp AMERICAN ASSOCIATIpN Just Baseball All Philadelphia is pulling for the Cliauts to win. Not that they figure McGraw's team easier than the Cubs or Pirates would be, but to piny th series in York would mean real money for the plnyers. When K conies to turning out crowds and paying, the price, Philadelphia is not lo be compared with Xtw York. Dur- the regular season, with the 4th- Minneapolis vs St. Paul no same, latics winning, the attendance at Phil- en account of rain. iadyluhla has been none too good, and Toledo Indianapolis Kansas City Milwaukee ;i Second game Kansas City Milwaukee Colunvubus -Louisville 010 000 000-000 S ;'2 7 "1 100 ooo H 100 f 4 :oo 040 G 2 100 100 S I 040 121 7 ;L' 000 7 4 EASTERN All Stars 001 Rochester 200 000 12 4 Dubuc and Cady; Wilhelm and ilitctell. j A GAME TO A FINISH CALLIES VERSUS S.O.E. i.Vr'-U i Tomorrow afternoon at four o'clock nntitmnl hlood of the players is will be commenced the football game that shall decide whether 'the S. O. E. eleven or the Callies will the Overseas, the '.winners. .'iUc first rauiul, in file final game of the Wright. Charity Shield series. Just two weeks ago played first a'tch between the-se two -Itide match that resulted in a lie, each team scorlng.onc goal.--At thiit tinw; the ;ilayhig any'overtime play but tomor- game wil be played to a finish iutl for i.hht reason the game has hie-eu ciiltod for four o'clock. Eacli team is confident of a win, a.nd all memb'ars are the pink of condition for a fight to the finish bat-. Vs. Now is the time, the the majority of the spectators but cents 'to witnes-s baseball, Bui there is another reason for the Anxiety to have the Giants win. In the Giants team look rather cheap'in the.-world's ser- i-aa, and the Philadelphia fans" want revenge. It h that (Mack's present team standa'-h. niiicli better chauce to win the series from the _________ tiiants than dul the team in 1905, be- T cause there is no doubt that the 'Now that McCarthy has made good j letics of today are tn'uch stronger [as an iiifielder, fans in the Smoky City than they were at that time. "I a hall player on my team in thwt will not --sign a contracv. "said- Joe Cohn. yes- terday. "Every contract ;r issue for ing stirred as they read from day tw day the accounts of hard fought gam- es in tlii3 Old Land, and a-3 S. O. E.- Calli-es games '-have "aroused great enthu-jias'ni, in this city, tire hoys should be encouraged tomorrow ,a fiUL grandstand. forget 4 d'clock sharp. -Tfc'd Rx..O. .given-'-ill' yesierday's.issnSr'TTi-e'foirGwing Cal- lies are requested be on hand at the dree-aing' room si tn plenty of time to -prepaie 'For ''the iame: Mclntyre, Glenn, Whits, and HiiUon; Moore, Page, Thompson, Ureunan. McJIurtle'' and 'Oliver.. fo'r tlre'.'occftaloif wli} Davis, Standing of Clubs Today say that Wagner will not; he missed from short. .McCarthy is a'-ybungster, But Giarke entertains the hope tHiui ilflll develop into Wagner's lustre. Until Wuguer was injured I nearly a month ago, McCarthy was j will contain a booze forced to "worm the bench." If he my men bad taken care of themselves keeps up bis good work Smoky City all season ,1 think we. would have won I fails say ihat. McCarthy's job for next the. pennant, or come so close -t here J season Tvill be -.secure. would have been no comfort in'Mt for' Already rMttsburgers'are beginning fioh Brnwn." to plan for Judging from tiie mateJ'ial oh hand, the Cor- Manager Fred Clarke, of the should be a-great deal stronger is so well pleased wifih Wagner's sub- machine next''year than it is at the stitute. that.the latter, will IS IT RISHT-OR IS HE BLUFFING? London, Sopi. John-' son-WeUs fight has been alian- dbried. :1" Discussing the maiter John- soil said: contracts in England I never put the gloves on in .public again. heavyweight champion "ofT th'e' world, which' no man before has ever done." 29 to out here today: asEOciatioiiV.took in }9Q OQO in Lilts clobul a tJml t is better thaii'lJmt britlte. eBtoi'ii Itagut in I ht bad.a haid stuibfje but. went jUiratigh it's .Firel giuieh ind BIH cessfully. i .John J. tminagcr of the he will stick anti has confidence I in ;'fJiis unother -jear haMtig t eiiougui inter esl Uere.tB-jiiakt the teain well an oilier year. .McCloskey theu tie eitht tc'ams in tlie seuon Og doii one of Hie cti utilities -with another town uddejd, 'Salt Lake took In the season; and Butte, Nearly in the lea gue made money, except- Uad weather .here right nt Wie opening, and continuing through most of the. home ga'mes, together with a schedule that conQicted with the races! Tare jjlveu a rea'sbns for the pooi shoiviiig-'made b; Butte fiuanciallj This trademark guarantees hoViest for yout monej. j It; sajs (hat you must be safasfied with eveiy "Progress Brand Suit and your refunded x You ge.t what you want-rin "Progress" Brand 101 UIBC AMD GUAHANTEKO BY H. VINEBERG A CO., LIMITED, SOLD GUAfUNTEt BY IE MeGUiKE MONTREAL. 1 LETHBRJDGE SMALL CROWD OUT TO RUGBY PRACTICE! ROYALS SHOULD WIN THE CUBS TRIM 1 6IG SIX AGAIN In all an jeans ind I ryfeieed lacrosse games foi the seasons list dntiiidi} s ion was one 01 lhe fjnett ill ihat 1 hue Ihus Uec'ii d loe Lalh tL fan, ous jefeiie of ill Our in an Henipw the NejiVAdyortisei v'l consldfji Jfistar Ii ttoani ar one of Hie greatest 1 liaio son on tlju Held 'aii tkt 1 Ind o! a giihfc icatn Sept made; It tuo s from New today. As the rcitilt of second victoi> lemleib lhe difference between the Chile in the pennant his befu nut tlonn to 6 I giaiee or lj.1' lointu i s ioe Tinker herq ot man) battles, de- livered the bit todai that Ctilcagp __ ur'r me" we'e oii't. ififnk II of each singled ami'' luoios-e plueri Ih (ho world that can lboijl sca'eA E lo In spite of the rather windy weather a. fairly large crowd of, rngbyists turn- lak'3 the Cnji from the present holders. "Miurl emphasized Mr. "1 elonVsay that you will bnve.an solute vralkoCer with the as they have dangerous men in Quer- ri-s, OIK of tho he-si generate the game hasV8ver known..'and; Ilowntrae, .''anil, McGregor, a jiilf players, ed put to practice -last: and'a strenuous hour was indulged in. There1 hut if Va present to make t form in -the- three mat-" like a game, hut H good vorkoutTwas obbtained- by those who ihat refereod, the Jllnlu lonned fhe padded trousers and went o it. -'i It looks, however, that something vill have, to be done to get up the ne- essary enthusiasm to get the game oing properly here.this fall. Not en- ugh intQrest is being taken: lo make he practices interesting for those doiindulge. and the number will until no one comes out unless something drastic is done. The executive Avould welcome any sugges- rhicli would tend to overcome the difficulty; as they are very anxious to game going this fall to be in ff shape for next season. As a sugges- the Sporting Editor would recom-] here." I shall mend picking two teams, and plltUngj .With .regard. die L'np B-ill in the' WosL "I could not bipls for better Increase than 1 have seen in these last three games, and I would recommend as a Means .towards making them, al! clean- that (-the ..referees be given to .fine, piayeri'for lacrnv.se, nml' 'play- ora he made Ic pay them. Also that, steps he taken to bring .Vic- toria into tho league, so ihat -ihc two- clnb feeling can h-e overcome. a'.'greater sight 'than on Saturday, and there to going to be a great revival_ lacrosse, .al! throiijh Jaw and Reginal the school boys are coming along, and more should lie done lo enconiagu school boy lacrosse field Aialliewson opposed King Cole in a pitchers' battle. The former was hit safely seven times, while Cole allowed'' five hits, rfnly two which were- bunched in the opening inning. Tfie" support, however, behind Mathewsoh y.-as ragged while that behind Oht- cago "iiltcher was perfec.i, even Knia-' tional. first To score. L. Doyje got a double to right and scored on Alcrlile's single. In'Jcillcago'si half of tile flvst Ma- tliewson appeared nervous' after Che'c- kard singled, but. steadied! down until the ill-fated third inning in which Chi- cago bunched the three' hits whijh won the game. i iv light pain began falling in. the ond inning and continued throughout the the ninth Inning being ed in a downpour. CLABB.Y SAYS WILL HE BEAT. GliBONS oh a match game. It might be crude btri: it should stimulate tli nterest, which necessary. games, he declared tile that Vancouver .rife-ad make no miatalie about .them be- ing tight ganies. TecuniBehs MilwauU" Wls Sept limnij who mteu Mike Oibbonb In a fifUen at Winnipeg, Septemhei haid train ing for the tout, and wljj beff in time. to make connections, as h% lias another bout'ahead. Managei llulkeru thinks Clabby will Ldm Oilj- bons this time, alul waser on a newspaper, rfecnnon. NATIONAL stitute. that-ithe latter, will present time. It is said that Clarke _____ probably "get a permanent, job oil the will have to" dp very llttte worrying Won Lost F. C pirate infield staff for next season, over any'position next spring. He has Kew York Chicago Pittsburg Philadelphia fit. I.oilis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston 00 S7 S2 73 67 60 86 .iO ..68 .66. C4 70 SO -S3 .643 .597 AMERICAN Won Lost Philadelphia 47 !v i60' Cleveland 76 IS'ew York...... 75 69 Chicago........ 72 ,72 '.Boston........ 70 73 Washington 61 SC St. Louis....... 40 104 .000 .190 .415 .278 that: Clarke .will retain gnei-rat firsi, and-turn the short 'ielding station over lo McCarthy. The plenty of outfieid material of high class, little The needs experimenting. With Cam- first base position has given Clarke Letfield, -Adams, O'Toole, -Hen- much worry this season. The useful Idrjx. Steele, and feels llo'nus seems to have solved the proh-ias though he is well fortified with lem lately. With sliah a man as Mc-jlu'rlers. Carthy to fill Man's shoes at. short, Clarke can afford to give Wagner a sw Job. f. When he is at. his best Wafiller makes just as good a first baseman as lie does a shortstop. As an all-rouni player, the Teuton is in a class !bj jinisclf. Perhaps he is not as grace Ty as Ukase and other star initia suckers, but .Wagner getts comes hiR way just the same, no mutter what kind of a batted brown bull it is. Rifles For Huntin Shoot a Winchester once you will shoot a Winchester, always: That's because Chester rifles after a test of j over thirty years represent t__ today in accuracy, reliability and quality, the highest devel- opment in gunmaking. Whatever your preferences may be, someone of the different Winchester models will surely for they are made in all calibers and weights. I co.. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. Clark, of Missouri, for president! Tyrus R. Cobb, of Georgia, for vice-pissideiit! The above is the ticket which Judge H'- C. Adamson, who represents the '''oiirth Georgia" dlytrltrt .in congi'ehs, hopes Ihe, Democrats will nominate next yenr. s" Adamson, who is in Atlanta, gave voice to his preference in an in- terview today. Tie said: "I don't care to. press my prefer- ences but ram satisfied that champ Clark, speaker of the house, and Cobb, the base- trail hero, would outrun any ticket in the world. Ty Cobb is a better nauoball man than .Mm Sherman, the iiresont vice-previident. and Champ Clark excels all other men In thy nutt- ier of presidential qualifications. A ii'Jlon between the Democrats and th'a mseball people would certainly win." THE RING If the promoters cnn gel Packer 'IcKurland anil Wells logethp'r n' lhe ring In Now'Vorlc City. II. will be of the tlgtlc treats of lie j'cur to see In action. The JndlcHtlons are that they will on October IS. our stock new over Smith gun that we are offering at a "Hum-dinger" STAFFORD-AGNEW CO. "U you out of town, write us."