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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTHBUIDOE DAILY HERALD Monday, September 29, 1013 C-ELEBRH5ES AT 1HE WOODBINE, TORONTO Could Drop Every Remaining Game and Still Capture r. the New York. Sept. the dt- feat of Philadelphia by Bcslcm on Sat- urday afternoon. New York won tlie [National league pennant for 1913, at- Ihough itselT def-ated by Brooklyn. U .Philadelphia to win and New "-York lose alt games yet, to be played, 1'New York would still lead by four DOYLE AND SNODGRASS HURT Stars May Not Compete World's Series B.-ooklyn, Sept. support- S'fi.-s of the New York Giants iu the t world series sot a double sheet yes- j fcrrtay, wbcn they learned tbat Cap- "'.iraia T.aivy Uoyle Sad been injured U an'automobile accident, and Outlicld- Fred Snodirass bad sprung a horse" in the same at i "field. Neither is likely to i jigain'.fpr a week, and may out j series tfce Athletics fcr the l An excellent, picture of Sid Donald h'ann and Sir Edmund inter- ested spectators at tne Woodbine races. SHOW STRENGTH AT RUGBY Philadelphia, Sept. Penn s vl- ?vania showed better form ia her op- rening football saroe of tbe season iljian the red and blue has displayed ;her first game in several years, "defeating Gettysburg college, 53 to 0. aiita the same learn year. 35 to 0. Vi HARVARD SHUT THEM OUT -Mass., Sept. Har- yratd's 'varsitr football eleven pre- sented a powerful attack aaii an im- .icrvJGUs- derence today In Its first of the season. winning from (he qC Maine, 34 to 0. A com- of substitutes was called "oitb play for the crimson-in 'the clos- -pg perioda. t YALE WON 10 TO 0 Neir Conn., Sept ifefeated the Holy Cross eleven this '.iiernoori, 10 to 0- The blue tt-ara ;be ll-rsi period on a field from tie 20-j-ard line by Ouer- captain of .toe freshman eleven Cist year. In the second period Holy attempted ft drop kick KO-j-ird.liDe, but it was blocked. OUIMET ADDED TO HIS LAURELS BY DEFEATING TRAVERS Ameficah Amateur .Champion Defeated in Sensational Mate! Before Large Gallery of People-'-Crowd Forgot Itseif arooKline, Mass., Sepf don and Tlnr, in-the memorable na )ion met' champion yesterday, cfcarnpionship plavoff. o'J Francis fidmct, America's national 'tbe tame course last Siturdiy." Stir open golf title holder, his rfr tag poorly, he was outdriven and out WAUKEE WINS linneapplis Team Nosed Out in Close Closes Today r Minneapolic, Sept n Saturday cinchsd the pennant In American asioclalton. Columbus LEAGOE GAMES National Chtcaso......... H 12 1 I'incirinati 294 Vaughn'and Archer Johnson, Kob- ertsoii ar.ii lilackburn. Sew'-York 0 13 Hroofclyri .....1 4 II 0 Crandall and Meyers Mc- l.eau, Kucier and Fisher. Boston 8 H 3 I'liiladelphia .1 11 4 Kudoiph aod Raridrn Chalmers, Brennan, In.lay, .Mayer, Cooin, Kitli [er and Burns. PUT OP A Held Hamilton Tigers Down to Score of 18 to and Scrappy Game Pittsburp St. Louis I 5 3 HAMILTON TIGERS' RECORD DiiRcy, .O'Toole and Gibson; Hop- Tded the Brewers to the flag by dt- eating the d f a double-header, 13 to 3, and tlelng hem In the second game. The Brew- SUNDAY (JAMES rs manage! to split Chicago 0 30 the Louisville Colonels. CintianaiT 6 aun cloci today after one o! the Archer; Packard Icstit baltlei for the fljj in the lea- Clarfcc. 5 Cincinnati-.................. 3 S. 3 (i and ue's hlitory. Illwaukee ___...... 99 llnneapalis 97 ouisvltlc 94 Columbyt 92 St 76 69 ansu City...... 68 ndlanapctis.......... 66 .587 .557 .559 An The Hamilton team came west1, for Q schedule of four games.'. Quit eight points were scored "ngninst. tflo tourists, while they 'atu'asscd ?5 all told during the-trip. The Tt- SCrs j. Wlnulpeg-.. Itegitia.. Moose Jaw. Clarke.'. IJreSinhan Rowan and C- _ lr. Calgary 2S to 1 20 to 4 '25 Io 1 IA to WINNIPEG MAN TELEGRAM ROAD RACE FRO'M HELD OF 17 Winnipeg. Sept Telegram roail ffaB won by George Hep- bain. Winnipeg, in 2 hours 3611 min- Sutheilaml. Winnipeg, second; William Bruce. Gladstone, un- attached, third. Seventeen started. Time slottV'Weathen.condllions ideal. Louis-Pittsburg, rain. Americiiu St. Louis IJaumg'ardrier and Easterly. 6 10 and Agrcew; Scott Detroit.................... 7 12 1 Sleea, James. Cullop anr! O'Neill )ubuc, Comstock and Gibson.' to the Calgary, Sept. a fir.c exhibition ol superfluous hoi- ai with rugby in between times, th Hamilton Tigers finished their wes' iern tour on i tlillhuis't part by "defeating the Cn DOYLE AND SNODGRASS O.K. Xew .York. Mc- Craw. of the It was learned today', believes thit in- juries received Thursday night and yesterday by Larry Doyle "and Fred Sfibdgrass'will rot heceesirlly keep them out of the world's series.' Second Cleveland, IXtroit'-...- Cullop 'and Carisch cent laurels by vanquishing Jerome D. fravers, tie national amateur cham- Travers In'tee early holes. Three down at the ttrra, Oalmet E lion. The match, went twenty holes lout on a stem chase. He halved the before tbe youth prevailed. lOtl. and won the llth. 12th aoi5 13th, Ouimet's .marked a clean i matins Ihe match oven, sweep ioi- the players of tbe Boston j The 14th was a disastrous hole for district against those of Xew York in Oulmet. After slicing'his drive Into theSingles division of tha preliminary the trees, he hooked tWice Into'the AZEVEDO AND. ANDERSON MATCHED Oakland Aze- vedo liehtweigbjs, have, b.etn a ID-round bout in this city "on the Anight of October 29. boiers will 133 pounds at 6 o'clock. INDIVIDUALLY STRONG It Minneapolis, Sept yilaylng- Etrcaexh.' bet an apparent .of- work, the University o! 'Minnesota opened Us. football by defeating South Dakota unl- 14 to 0, in a bard-fought game ;U1 o( tue scoriae waa In the Initial -when Minnesota "broke their opponents' line almost VANCOUVER WINS THE NORTHWESTERN tle'for cup. Xeir York won Ibree out of five foursome match- es, but the' intercity score for tie day was: Boston, York, 3. The local team will meet Philadelphia, tie" present holder of. the Lesley Cup ia (lie finals tomoirbw. Boston's Sportsmanship Challenged A gallery "of a thousand persons, Tvhicfa follovec! .the OuiaetrTravers raatch became so overwrought at the twentieth hole as to coaitnit Pre- sident R. C. Watson, of the United States Golf declared to he tee "worn, exhibition of partlzan In American golfing hlElorj, ani a disgrace .to the sport." folloTrcd TraveiaVIII fortune fn drlrlng Into a trap beyond -iventteth hole on hla approach. Tracers' mishap v as approclated to be the deciding break, and s por- tion-of the gallery gave vent to Us When lobfccd branches before he got out and took an eight for the ho'Ie, T ravers oak TOUT. He forced to concede tbe 5th, after raisstng a. -7-foot putt, him tiro Travers approiiraated six. For the hotae hole Oulmet outdrove hia older opponent, and to 'the green In two. Travers' bail on the second shot fell in front o[ a bunker and on tlie Ihlrd shot overran the green Into the It was Oulmet'a bole, and the Klaus andMcGoorty Come Together Tonight 3 4 Willelt gary. Tigers by a score' oi 19 to 2 j the lowest score made by the caster exponents oi the' gainf. during the tour. The scrire does not by ar means indicate the play, .which wa on the whole, very .'even, both team having-tue'bcst of-'two'quarters. Th game, which waS. interspersed scraps in many 'places and a gran S 0 final in the 1; last quarter, when polic was necessary, was t! I'hiladclphla Dos! Hoi {interference y -ough'esfc ever Insulting the dflielals whenev there was the slightest escuse, ai throughout the whole contest 'sho1 6 7 ini Xew York............ 3 I rough'est ever seen Calgary: Groome, I.ove and Henry Cald- well, I'ieh, Sweeney and Smith. uladclphla...... i 6 -1] jng a spirit was on a plane-low ision o 11 cven'poor sportsmanship, t lioucH and Lapp Collins and Snell. Hamilion lcit- an i.npre'ssi SUNDAY GAMES Cleveland....... 032 Chicago I 30 "Falkentcrg, Gregg and Carisch Ci- cotfe and Schalk. Louis 3 70 i LADIES CAN COME HERE to buy a tic or some other fur- nisMng for their'husbands or brothers vvlth perfect For wo sell the bind of. fur- nishings that men like and art glad to get. So If you have occasion to make" a present to any itioro mnu come here and get'It if you would pleate him well. Semi-Ready Store S. C. BATEMAN Emprfts Block Fifth Strtet rith iieir line plays', and their halves id not auay very much, but In .icfcing they eicelleped, UICK A BOWKItY BUM At hall-time Mansoh appiaached lobert i'earson an'J .clemandrd to ,ce a rule, In the voice ol a boiteiy juni. He .was handed a copy ol the Vlbrrtc rules, wiiich are.word tor word with the. official Canadian rules. Vith some strong language threw :he book to the ground on io (urtlirr insult, the referee., Then ;hey iorgot their alleged troubles .ocg enough to play tugby, and the Hamilton back division pulled some stuff. Their passing'wis great and "they did CTervthing in: the' full irk. Tbe kicking.of Mallet and 'the running of Manson anil McKclvie were much admired. r' Saturday was everybody's wash- day and the whole team tore, into things as if a month's pay depended upon it. The Caleaiy back division all work- ed haril. Watk got away once or- twice, but.was watched closely. Titzgibbons played a whale' of .a game.'and distinguished himwll by two sensational runs, getting new for lilm, anil staying'right on the job through the whole game. Tha teams lined .up as follows Calgary Hamilton Flying Ilickey Bctz atd Crocket Right Half beie that resembles nothing more less than what is known to the- ,-ex- perts as'excellent cheese ABUSED RKVEKEND UOH Ii by-- any 'mistaken chance the visit ol the easterners, was .'meant in any .way, to improve the -rugby in Detroit.'..'.-...-...... 1 Drown and Williams Gibson. 2 Alberta, their game, lierc ou Satur- j I day will bave nothing but a contrary Wart- Williams Dobic Pearce Gibson n5iaay edccl. Both on.the. field match tied. Both players requir- ed five tte 10th, hut victory came to Oulmet on the 20tb. None of the other singles matches were productive of features. The j cards of the match feeling by clapping hands. Tracers c'ane'on tha green 1 the 1n the face for 3 moment, fin and then turned to tbo business of uln- Oulmet: Out In...... In...... Travers: OJt 6 4 5 4 B 4 3 4 Z 4 1 I S o 3 i 64 13544435 5 S S 4 4 2 6 5 5 Beaten In.Founome Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. Uosihg under the jurisdiction of the Wiscon- sin commission will be'-usher- ed into Milwaukee tonight, when Krank- Klaus, ot rittsburg, and M- die of OshVosh, meet .in a ten round the winner of which 'will, it is believed by many, have a strong claim to the middle- weight cha'rapiorship. of tl.e world. The battle has proven a big mag- net for champions and former cham- pions, a number cf whom arc pected to he in attendance. Willie Hitcliie, lishtwclght chant- pica ct the world, Battling Nelson nnil Ad. -V.olgast, former champions in tbe lightweight division Hairy "i I Forbes, e-v-batitum weight 'linncapolis Toledo league yesterday .with Vancou- Iu tho lead by a coraforl- margaln, Portland, Seat- iouimet'rfijn the latter sank a two- JHoyt. were beaten by Jerome U. Tra- tie, Victoria, Tacoma, Spokane 4-ij, ''follo-ifed In that order. extricating hli'ball. He almost trap- ped himself again, then felling on a Oultnet met one defeat during the pull, ocd :aw lie zatcb. go to iday, when he and hla parlncr, F. II. Outoet 7.-J13T1 the latter sank a two- Hoyi. were beaten by Jerome O. Tra- foot putt after falling to run and Tllfany, four and [three In fourBorne between 4' one of eight feet 'or a three, Oulmet oulnerverd Travtra today as 'ih'e Massachusetts and Metropolitan he did tbe Brltich professionals, Var- teams. OUIiViEf WENT DOWN TO DEFEAT BrooJiline, Mass., Kept. ?A on-any Philadelphia Uain hefore overtook. Francis Ouimet, tho open today nor has Ire tier contested In a golf champion ol juat a week, in' the of c-vtnt. Hi. Afl" HP fi" matches; and Johnny Coulon, the present title- holder in that class, are expected be at the ringside. Members of the state boxing com- mission will preside as. guests c! the management. This will he the meeting between ant Klaus, a previous .six-round cn'coun' tcr having hcen imsntisfeciory. to both men. IftBlES Association 14 9 0 the nd off visitors went just about as far as they and. Mr. .I'earson, the relecec, was 'in'sulteil right ar.ii lelt. Several fistic encounters were stag- ed during 'the course of events. The big bout after which McXenna vas removed with a slightly dilapidated countenance, happened in the laat quarter, when Isbistor kicked Whitat- wlio tackled a man and was Centre Half Left Half Quarter Rirht.pulside Hight Middle Mallet Mtnson .McKdvie Chagnon Gatenhy Isbestor Craig J J "lying on the ground: The crowd ponr- Jiene and liondeau; Haskette and 'wing oung. St. I'aut 3 15 Louisville 5 13 Gardner arid James and iMCrflUTIS. Indianapolis 3 2 Vounp, and Hughes Merz and Liv- ngstonc.'. Kansas City 3 13 Cblumlres 1 3 ,Morgan and O'Connor Davis a Smith. man was bowled over on his bacV liy Doc. .Gibson'.' Contrary-to expectations, the Ham- ilton Tigers catne out victorious ow- ing to the kicking of Mallctt, who I playcVI. one- of the-few' quiet 'games on his team, anil not, as it was expected, by ..their line, bucking stunts. Time alter time.iloss Craig and his host .hit the Calgary! line, on- ly to be forced hack for no 'gains anil 'sometimes losses. Ross Craig went 2 tl.rough the line (or yards only once 2'during the ijllOlVIOD UI' 1VELI, The kiciing'ol was fine, and Right inside Snowden, Beatt, and Kawcett Highl Scrim Mclliigh and. Diion B. McKenna Cenler Scrira (iordon O'Heic xrft Scrim. Woods Novels Lelt Inside Whitakcr Wilsoa Lelt Middle Shillington and Kreeland Left Outside Glassford I'earson. Kinsella. CAT-IFORNIA RUGBY TEAM .WINS Berkeley, Uni- verailyof California acfciled the Bar- barian club of San Franctftco, .In a faet game of rugbr today by a score of 21 to 0, California used a 14-man team, while the'Barbarians used 15 men. SUNDAY OAMKS CoIuTiibu-i 13 Minneapolis......... 3 Ferry aril Stnitli; Lake and ens. a revelation' to .niaYiy of the iois, and it was' his work in the Ow- 2 last quarter that' raised the icore 8 .to 2 to 19 to 3. ISUGAR