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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF l.RTHIUllJPfllt, OF THE W0RLD BRITISH GOLF CHAMPION AND AMERICAN HE DEFEATED ffhtoy. ScphMHhc'r 29, 1911. a Good One" friend of ywiri. tittf for more" everytimi if out" on i- 10 10C CIGARETTES FOB _____ Here's Virginia-railed, Canadian-trained cigar, ette-rfitl: price wallop that, hm all other good Hanging on the ropei aha begging for mercy. Mild withoutCbeing wealt, the Black Cat its friends among sportsmen and gentlemen every- where. Ten will give you an introduction. At All Good Tobacconuti. CAMERAS 4 MARCIANUS C1CARETTIS, U.itW. O..W. SOME DOINGS IN RUGBY mm Xcn lorit bvp beyn inth It can be ud tnit the football season o Illl promise- to be one oflthe in tile histon of the stms Ibis for a multilud" of reason- I lie jubior-t "udei foln f Weae: Southern and int-csaetioual A.S usual the fight foi.tbe cha which is. never more.than nominal hoonor and i-, aluai' dl mil centre in the East -lc Hanaid I nnceton and Pen B again mil pioud' the chi element al houji ot th cilibre of rjronii Dartmouth Cornell must lie: conceded -a chance it the luck breaks for thfm The Impor jnt gsmesjn tile qhan luonsbip are as foollows is .Prince- ton it Princeton Noi ember i Piinre TO l at Princeton Bioiin is ale New Hal en t Nol ember ale is Pnntaton XL Nci ntven Daitmouth u Har viml, at Cambridge. November 25-r-Harvard vs. Yale Cambridge, vs Cor Bell, at Philadelphia. Thus seven contests will practical ly decide the supremacy, of the East I ach 01 the big teamj in these con flicts meets from three to.-.half a doz- en other aggregations, but the .results of those other contests can have no 'rearms on the awarding of the ern title. Hinaid uhicb teneralli nutted -Jo have .had HM stronsvut team in UIO >a a thte jcar V Hoilghton has VVIthlngton Mlnot McKaj Smith and tha backbone of out of the moat i email able lines In recent and Ihe backfield also U broken up The job tha faces the Crimion mentor li n aluio t team. Is Eh-ah Hughey Growing Pessiqaistic? r s i Jenainss is a -believer in the uncer- jamti of baseball sajs no team be sure of a pedant as ion- as poxible for the secoifd team to catch up i thing can happen to the IP id the hustling manager. "A rnlsht break thejstaj- secpnd basem in ringer and tire best pttoh er might turn his unkle -Then mat oi-ia might lav up the best catcher and .the star outfielder might bale CKOU'D THE PUTTING IN TH MATCH MESSRS. HILTON AND TRAVEie.3 There does not seem to be ilu.v doll nore that Harold II. Hilton. Urltisll amateur gait champion, will also cap- luii the American tide. Jerome D j Travers. upon whom the Americans piniiod their hope, tins been eliminated frora the British cluimpkili defwtlnj; him, 3 up and plai J.ht mstcli between Hilton nnd Trarera: wlifcli iras played on Ihc Apinimi Club lints. -jr.. a ui I' cenf cxhibilion' of golf 'and foiitht moat sttibbonil.v from start to finish by the American. 't A jallery of four thousand followed the two champions and cheered lustiir at every point to ops of the most memo- rable matches in the annals of jfolf ID the ijnited 4 McKELVIE McGUIRE, F. S, Jackson Admire, The Boy Who Plays Earnestly at School JOHNNY EVERS Wants to be the Fastest (the many sleepless nights he i 111 bile ill Since he has been bio be cm follon the ball as Hell ai eier In the first game m Cincinnati ho teitated -itiout '4 indlut, up to ttie plate "hilt 11 hen lie cricked out f) three- b ise Tiit his tonflcTeilBc On Ihe bases Biers is up till old u w' poiition pitcho and cmchei attitudes on rhe lines and his ac UoiH aie ptrj-Ucxing and hetauses tlie plichai; (o naste bill aitei ball think Inf thfi he In going to steal or mako plm mth Sheckaid iiho fol hjBJ In the batting older The famous Vorkshire cricketer. Mr F S. Jackson; took the place of his fi- ner. Lord Allertonj as the djstrlbut i 'of the prizes recently at the Leeds raBimar -School on Speech Day, tho nine ofjipoit M ickson liigiated thnt ttfe icrv greatest onsideration should be to file art which gamos and sports should pliy in school lite tame iiheth ei skittios ol tncket tould be-pi 'in a o iiipng PUijetl in a ligh't naj it )ioitld pio- duce lesults iihicb nouiil be bonofi cm! to those Mho ptiticipited not 01 l.v at, school, but In the practical llfo of the world at'terwurils. Some fellows seemod alwnys lo "bored." Unable to concentrate their energy oh a same.' they "chucked loo soon, and'this "Chucking it" too soon stuck to them when left school and entered on the affairs of life. Jhe don I caie bov came iri r criticism .by idvice to the students was: "Never slack it on any occasion, but play ear- icstly and hurd for all you are worth.'1 WILL GO AGAINST RECORD The Harvester champion rotting stallion, will be sent today gainst'tbis record on the Coliimbhus rack, on ivhich last year made hla ieut record. Sepr-etary Shephard, f thei.Coiumbiis -Association, ycs- -rlai in Detioit closed the arrange ion -Ever Ha4 Sept all toe phvfers in shape the team might gut 'Yf Unril irt Ihe breaks and haie awsujT "e hue. beaten the Ithletlcs U "out j ne- tta5its mem Ule [lstest ,leldmg blBennil Chicago Cub team has eier had Lv ivs ieB tided a wonderful short stop while a member of -the'-minor lea 'teams in 1i6lk State The Chicago (Tub tills tune If ne cm "stop ii 'lint manner and the Clei elands cm trip them up too there maj be excitement Its best to keep on fight tell to the lend for vou can rfeie woat maj happen "Heies one I mustn't forget' n ne Hlghlandeis hadn I IS out of '3 games from us this ytar hue been at least on 'eieil terms tiou With ha Macks men But that s all Strain is Great on v Strike-oat Pitcher ,Plf blllg Sept Olooie no has gone to Uonesettei Reese 10 nd out nhats tire mntfr ni h his has faun-ad 21! men in.the three ames he has pitched. ,0'Toole. is isentialh a strike OIK pitciifi Such ayers, if men of sound pudgment. ke Ghn ti Mattheiison ais to b-a eheied inevitabh bale a short life ba (.ball Then aims crack undei errific slriiu of pitching a tre I- endous number of balls per game: the strita-out pitcher works the ardost.of all Kiiha Waddell, of that type, proba- -the greatest, baseball ngcilt) of any of the uhiflers en he wag i man of m tilth It d him because or that leputi Vfter he entered Uie major ?ue ranks he was turned into a secoiit. DISTILLED BY, W. A. GILBEY IN THE HEART OF THE HIGHLANDS FROM SCOTLAND'S FINEST BARLEY. GUARANTEED TEAM OLD. Local pistnbutore-rfPagnuelo Wine and Spirit Co. baseman His ambition then was-to beat his place and become tile, sieaest fielding and quickps Blinking mi eiut-t ihc tiiuiuu iea possessed. For nearly..ti-r his ability, was never questioned he Is detei mined to establish the ame record at the far corner where larrj StilnWdt Js he est..the.league ever had. I tun this Eveia r f-r pied llhird base with any regularity In lact he had plaied oulj one ga ue theip in Ins enti e baseball cireei Th it single instance i ith lie f ulm in 1304 i-amst the Giants Then did not finish the game He stien innigs and i is n out by Prank Selee, who was then leader .of the team, and who was afraid Ki- el s would be killed hj tho iidoii! 55 btadon Dm Roger Here sin isliln. terntdi i 11 then lieiei 11 ,101 ndi light than he Is at piesent rle i ib ore with tno stops tlia day that ili Knocked 1 mi oier but he n-, igilc that he recovered and got bolh i.unnti'- al fust That same il i co Iroiin lull clown a bum ricis rime scooped the sphere and stuck runner in he neck iJvels made iltempt to plaj thud bine alter (til lien (liance asked the ojau if he "lid play third base, Kvei-s hesitated, though he was anxious to gel back game. His reason, for not ac- cepting the offer immediately was be- cause'he feared his throws would not! be fasl and strong enough, from third to fi.-st. In playing second base the are only one-third long, and lil- strength is necessary. Chance what could do In throw- 'ff nondcifiil arm for a- lan of his 1 he manager con thai he could ooirr Iho sack ami, Bbouid trj hvern found hp floiild the hall just u cuslly as he.did when be a I ojW Mlo tbioivs inaj not hale the Speed, but the with which lie eels tin ball this It is i siinli, it iiMdeihand throw and lime Is-loit. lining the arame practically .four months not dimmed Everi' batllnc eyo In the He feared his ejesl.ht affected, owing (oj aretfes 10C Per Packet TJtepofmla ;