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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Paged THE LKTIIBHUMJE DAILY Sal.iiHlH.v, Scplemltid- .10, Record of all Live Events of Interest to Western Can- ada Readers GAME LAWS OF WESTERN CANADA A neat little booklet, cmmiUecj for our customers and nm'ile to fit the vest pocket, uulitalnins came laws of Manitoba. Sas- katchewan, Alberta. Hrltisli Co- lumbia and Ontario, also other 'jseful Information to the sports- This booklet will be glad- ly mailed with our compliments to any desiring same. The Can- adian Arms and Sporting Goods Co., Winnipeg. Games in the Big Leagues NATIONAL Cincinnati 100 010 200 0 Boston 000 110 la Gnypar, Fromme and McLean1. T; ler, Weaver and Kling. 'Pittsburg......310 000 S 3 Philadelphia 0 4 Gardner, Hciidrix and Simon; Alex under and Cotter. AMERICAN Cleveland vs. Philadelphia, no ganm On account of rain. Chicago vs Boston, no game on ac- eount of rain. St. Louis vs New York, no game on account of rain. Washington 001 000 13 1 Detroit......102 004 14 0 Hughes, Gray and Henry; Donovan Stauase. A VERSATILE "RUNT" OF PHILLIES NEW TRACK FOR OTTAWA "STUNTS" OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS MAKES SENSATIONAL HIT WHEN PUT BEHIND BAT To be Placed on Racing Map of Can- ada Next Year Ottawa, Sept. Ottawa will be officially and auspiciously placed on the- racing map next summer. A intlo track embracing all the splendid appointmeuts dear to the hearts of I turf and spring within five miles ot" j Ottawa. This new race course will Philadelphia. Sept. readied In 20 minut 5tay ot the Phillies at home this week. We peeUHl happened during the short stay j Qr cars nnd wm ride by sit- To ilu- hutiilri'iLs of that I'lnidt-cl the gallery of the "Y" gym- nasium last evening was given a rare treat that obluini'il a wonderful varietv of stuivt-s, such as would put the til' the sawdust ring in lliej RESULTS OF TODAY'S PLAY OLD COUNTRY FOOTBALL GAMES can look for something sensa- tional when the Quakers lire on their own lot. and it is seldom that they fail to come across with something that cannot be doped out in alvance. ler 'and something which promises to be more than n nine day wonder. The sensation was the springing upon tliej mued Tlie alhkit's to a man' and' every ininulu j ivas incumbent with exciting exhibi- tions of skill, ajjjliiy and muscle, anaiu the door men were i the echo, and it 1-aurier. Ottawa's holol onlookers liusy taping lab ihe Ottawa Hlver. I on ilu- variety of actions, it ivns gen- awa ver. rt Rohrback, of Buffalo. X. Y., eralh coinviled that tlii' physical eim AlbCTl LliH-M, Ul l j i has been tendered the management of I of tlie social i-veniaii stood well out k nnd ejected a member! (hi; of Directors. Mr. Rolir-1 back was chiefly responsible for in-! ;V ol volley ball as an iniUa- iieresihig business men of Buffalo uiuli toir feature hrought forth loud ap- [inblic of "Runt" Walsh, the club's star utility player, as a catcher. The event was pulled off last Tues- day, during the game with Brooklyn. Vfter Dodgers bad taken a big ead. signalled for Pit- .her Hall to go on the rubber and j Walsh to don the catching armor. Vhen Umpire Ivlem made the announ- eiuent that Walsh would the pectators were thunderstruck. It was bought that Charley, for some uu J their capital in the Ottawa track. The planse. as with increase iu time of stock subscribed for by those tutor-1 play the excitement continued to ests reached Into Uie thousands. Still jgrow Sjv players on a side the proposition, with this gilt edge themselves in keeping the ball KM'l? floor spice, while. lllit'ir six opponent? kept themselves "u'lj. I I'.vcei'Jingiy busy in llieir attempts to local capital. Mr. Kohrback in mys that twice the amount necessary to secure half of the stock was si leciprocale. 1 he kindness, nothing Ottawa's new track will lie opened j bl" a of netting for a line-fence. The lirst couple of minutes oi this THE BIG LEAGUES IN ENGLAND From now till Into in the season centre of nttrae.'ion iu Old Coun- try sporting circles will Ini the week- ly soccer football giuiKu... As there are n great many Old Country men In the city who wteh to follow the fortunes of-the game The Herald will publish overy Saturday while the swi- son lasts, n full account of the re- sults of the weekly contests. The following i-3 the result of todav'-j For any kind of rough the days when the wind blows cold or the sleet drives in your face your headgear ought to be an EASTERN BRAND cap. And the way we make them you get so much style, such nice fit, such genuine comfort an EASTERN BRAND cap. Ordinary caps look just' like ordinary caps, EASTERN BRAND caps look thoroughbred. i CAPS First Division j Blackb.urn Hovers 2. .Manchester I United l1: Bradford City 1, Bolton I Wanderers Bury o, Xotts Coun-1 ty 1; Everton -2, Newcastle United! 0: .Manchester Cily 0. Sheffield Unit- ed 0; '.Mlddtaiborongh 4, Preston Northern! 2: Sheffield Wednesday 4. Hotspurs 0: Suuderland I, Liverpool 2: West Brouiwich Albion Aston Villa 2: Woolwich Arsenal BASKET BALL SEASON OPEN AMERICAN ASSOCIATION game showed the to be laboring Derby County 0: Bristol Citv Wol BLACKS PUT ONE OVER ON THE I WHITES IN INITIAL GAME, 10-8 Tha bis -smoke at the "Y" last Befoa anyihing more of an excltiiijc nature the whistle is sound- ed for [mlf time, leaving the score iiiicliangi'd. The .second half commences with a fast flourish and (lie Blacks rush with a flfjteni.iuatinn to pull up on their [opponents' lead. Following a' pretty I'xhibitiim nf combination, .Suther- land lands a hard earned one at the platform (hat just misses 'the cage. nigh I came in tin- form o! a basket i Sony: preliminaries arc now ingulgeil eteran. Three times he made pegs; catcli would-be base stealers and The Ottawa Jockey Ciub will oper- every time he landed his man. Once.i. iate under the guidance of the Cann'd-! Totedo..... Indianapolis 000 003 002 000 9 with the toes fillsd "Ram" hodv o{ the Dominion, us the middle man in an odd double play. I.obert throwing Edwin out at the plate and Walsh driving the ball I back to Lobert in time to gel Rucker St. Paul vs Minneapolis, DO game on account of rain.. Kansas City OOO'OOO 11 2 .Milwaukee 003 000 14 3" Columb.ua 002 000 4 H Louisville 000 14 tried to get from second to third Shows -He Is No Flash Despite Walsh's splendid showing, some werev not convinced that he was ,F THSV ed Alexander's delivery shutout j AGe TO RETAINiTHE ''iyirtorr, as cleverly as Doom could MJNTO GUP have done. This has convinced the an racing governing .wilh half a minule to play the Gainsborough Trinity 0: Clapton Ori- v tally stood twenty aii. Then just erit 4, Leicester Fosse l; GIossop .t, befoi'i: the whistle' snmuled the. hall! fall ha in I; Hnddersfield Town lilfH out ut hounds and the (inn! score j Stockport County 0; Null City jstoo-1 21-20. j l; Nottingham Forest j I'rimsby Town 0, j Tin- obstacle race was a winner, a of speed ami endurance mixrd in witlii.jn ability to do MELON NORTHWESTERN Vancouver Victoria Spokane Fort land Seattle Tacoma .78 2 13 14 16 2 13 Standing of Clubs Today NORTHWESTERN Won Lost P. C. .Vancouver Spokane Seattle Portland Tacoma Victoria 101 94 61 70 7B 75 SI 121 .62-1 on the gym apparatus'. j Such 'obstacles as (lie horizontal bar, the j'iu'iiii'jl bars, the trapeze, the vaulting horse, ami last least-the enough i Southern League Crystal Palace 1, Brighton Hove Alhion 1 Norwich City Stok e I: 'Leytou 1, Coventry City U; Sonthnniptou 2, Xorlhampion Plymouth Argyle 1, Swimlon Town ng the example set when he divided hut not! Reading 1, Bristol Rovers locking: large 2, L-csf.hr.rn United 0; Newbromp- o inculcate into l, Athletics 3; Exeter inainder of the season. up 'his work, he will hereafter he list ed as a regular catcher on the team In bis appearance and actions back of the plate, Walsh is a ringer foi Roger Bresnahan. although only a utility play- er, has figured in about SO contests this season. He has played in ever} position in championship games this season except that of pitcher. In or ler that he shall fill out the list, Dooin intends to use Walsh i twirler in at least one game be- 'ore tbe season ends. It appears (hat "Runt" originally started out as a catcher. Than he jecame a pitcher, but it was ftls work New York Chicago Pittsburg Philadelphia ,St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn NATIONAL 90 S2 7S 73 (17 80 .Boston 36 C SO TtS C7 64 70 80 .573 shortstop with the South Bend. Ind., club that attracted the notice of one of the Phillies' scouts. There is n0 question but that Walsh is one of the greatest all round: ball players that the national game .has ever developed. His record of play- lug numerous positions creditably, pro- bably, surpasses even that of Arlle 'he Cubs, and it excells ot formerly of the White .549 j SM- Isbo1' wno was shunted all over .511 j the field by the Chfcagos, tried lite 456jhaiid at catching one day in this city .420 :25n AMERICAN Philadelphia S7 Dotroit S6 Cleveland 7srew York Chicago Boston "Washington St. Louis 70 75 72 70 61 40 69 09 72 .624 .52) .500 .490 he made a fizzlo of the job. Walsh has yet to. fail' no matter in what position he has been tested. CALGARY HILLHURSTS PERMITTED TO PLAY London, Sept. application of the Hillhnrst football team of Calgary, Alberta, for permission to play specified matches in England, .412! was granted by the Football Associa- .278 I tion today. Mult The Man at the Bat is a Man of Ac- tion and Keen of Judgment. He, knows a good thing when he sees it why, like all Sportsmeu, he favors MATCHES of Wu, with ipecUlly treated hcadi. You Can't Blow Out. Sold everywhere in Canada. EDDY'S among feated New Westminster in the post series, and there is no of their ability to retain the cup and -win the money. The players -needed no inducement to increase their efforts. Every man is as keen, as possible to take a fall out of the Tecumsehs. Host of them that tihey have been under- estimated in some quarters and they are bent upon putting up the game ot their lives. The Tecumseh home has shown it- self in practice to be extremely shifty and will take a lot of watching. As 's cons.-iUii.ed doubt locally a team. Hie teams being captained by with" Gordon, W. McKenzic, Mead, Sutherland and E, J; McKen- .supporting him, and by' Jackson, who in his turn was supported by Clara-. .Stewart, fl. Van. .Minor, and Kilmer. Two heats were! rim, McElyea's team" winning first by about two., seconds .lack- son's Irani winning the second heat by one point. y 1, Queens Park Hangers Brentford 0, Lutou 1. Rugby The following are the results of Rugby games: Newport IS, Old Merchant Taylors 5; Welsh 0; Blackheath 0; United Service lequins W, Bedford 19; London Scot-" tteh 42, Chatham 0. ball game he I ween the Blacks and Ihe Whites, six men a side. 1C was n climax to the ottor physical proceedings add kept Uie gallery in ;1 of li'n-sc cxeiit-iiiLMit. Kvenly mat tilled in point of weight, tlit1. teams pin. up a close exhibition, (mi bj'iiud of which can be guessed from tlift linal I hat .stood ton to eight in favor of the Blacks. Out- half minute nftcr the face-oft, the hall was again thrown, up, a move compelled by the mix-up of Suthii'rkuid and Chrisiii! resulting iu a held ball. got: danger- ous "at tlir start and shot- twice in i in, ami following a Urailshav fails to Ht'oi-i; on a clear shot. !4e his error a minute later, when (with a one-hand side throw from rit'Iit. field be tallies number one for the Blacks. Thus is broken the charm, and when a ttinplc of nuiuifus later Sutherland calf lies a sharp pass from Bradshaw, be heaves the leather ovc.r tin: nnp into the cage, thus evening the score now standing two all. The opens up for sonic fast exhibitions of checr-ine ami combination work. With tbiriy sccniiils of stellar work the itcs assume a lead in the score, McVEY TRIMMED WHITE HOPE LESTER Sydney, .V. S. W., Sept. rapid succession, failing to locale. 'Sutherland picking one from bis op- Then Christie for the Whites 'tries poiu'iiu' hand nnd caging it at close conclusions on a long shot that Following! an attompt on the bounces back into the seething mass'part of the Rlacks tn (brow n foul, and is boosted as quickly the Oth- .Minor sieves the ball from a mix-up nr pni.'. Gonlon fouls and .Jackson i 'intler the cape and tallies on a fine shakes thti iron with his'take-off, but sno' Whiles, thus once again no acme. ..Following a throw-up, evening the score, three all. I3rarisiiaw pretty try, for no j But to score Is in order just now, tally, ami then, the Whites indulge j and catching OUR ori the rebound from igain in some long shots that were, ihe wall Rradshaw scores a fourth never-really dangerous. jfor ihe lllauks. Christie follows two With case and rapitlily the players minutes later with a pretty ev- covnr tlieir ground iiml kppp their op-'enine; the score But tho, ponenfs well Checked, leaving; but; Blacks are and with sonic lifctlrt 'chants for a straight-on shot.'fnst work, they get one past their Occasionally" the checking grows' a opponents and Sutherland .scores his hot nnd body checking results second goal and tallies another for i in one or instances. Then follow-'the winning team, thus making Sam McVey of California, to- j inllowod pleasing nutp'uer in! many as two or three hundred people lhc Mentation of the three nKdalsjV, now get up of a morning to sec them won at (be athletic meet in work out and the .fans are surprised j August The medals were presented Portland, Ore., on points it the hard check'ng that they see in he work-outs. As Charley Querric j winners says, it makes tlieni1 LEFTY NAGLE'S PATER IN CITY SON AND PETE MORSE OF W. C. L. FAME LEARNED GAME TOGETHER In the Alexandra Hotel last night the lerald man ran across Mr. Nagle, a dycd-in-the-wool basaball fan, who p in these parts in the interests of the John De'ere Plow Co. Mr. Xagle G naturally much interested in base- iall as he has a son, Lefty Nagle, who been burning up the N'ew York itate .League this season with his Lefty is a diminutive port- ide twirler, who started to play bull Mic sand lots with Pete Morse, Cor- :r atar in tlie Edmonton shortstop position, and now with Seattle, Both JN'agle and Morse went to the bis lea- 'gues last year, Lefty being sold to ihej [Giants. He showed up well in thej training season in the spring, but was considered hardly ripe for the majors so was farmed out to Syracuse for season. That he has the goods with some to spare Is shown by his recent performance with Binghamton. In the first game he blanked the opposing team, beating them 1-0, and letting tt'iem down with 3 scattered bingles. Ills second performance was nearly as good. He beat them by hold- ing Uinxhamton down to 2 singles, Air. Naglfl Is very proud of his boy and says that when he goes back to the (Slants next year he will sure stick. He alpo nxncctf) Morse to make good among (he big fellows when he gets jicnsonpd by a couple more ycurs In the minors. Armstrong, the respective A. C.': Stewart, D. ,M. uid -I. W. Mead. __ j a piece of sharp work Christie final score of the Blacks stand ten' ".lack Letter of COPS Ilie ;im! Iloists n into in number of points. Vaji Allen Ibi: nets from close range, making as be attempts a hard shot j the initial score'01 ihe evening and'when closely checked underneath the jltillying for Ihe Whiles. Forty sec- cage, just missing the ring, 0mis after resumjjliou of play, Chris- wbhule sounds for the full tjmc and lie repeats, the trick, turning in the the spectators join with the players bull deftly., and causing; the tally to iii .vor.slnj; cherrs, much pleased with, read two-zero iii the White's favor, the exhibition. 20 ro.nnd match for tbe h-eavy- weight championship of Aus- tralia. Seventeen thousand people witnessed .the contest. PUMP GUN We are reducing our stock of Shot Guns If you are thinking of buying a new gun, come in and look our stock over See the L. C. Smith gun that we are offering at a "Hunvdinger" STAFFORD-AGNEW "If you live out of town, write UK." ;