Lethbridge Daily Herald in Lethbridge, Alberta
17 Jan 1911

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17 Jan 1911

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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Page Al. To Tab Lethbridge daily Herald tuesday january 17, 11 11. The ring Langford in Good form makes punching bag of an other coloured gent to Talca n. Y., Jan. 16.-Sam Lang Ford made his last appearance in tie ring Here tonight before sailing for Kropo. He appeared in n bout with red Atwater. Attn or la a bigger negro but Hod no Chance. Lang Ord played with him in the first two rounds even dropping his guard. Lie then punched Atwater and in the third round floored him with a terrific Pencil. The bout was so one sided that it was stopped there. Air Curling to fight again at Sweet grass Roy George and kid Burns May come together next month Coutts. Jan. 16.-according to an announcement just made an attempt is to be made by local sport promoters to again bring Roy George and kid Burns who fought Here new year s eve to Sweet grass in order that they might repeat the performance on More equal footing and it is hoped before to larger crowd than could breast the blizzard of december 31st. P. J. Nelch ols of the Uncle Sam hotel is the Leader in the movement and says that the Date set for the bout will probably to february 22nd. One of Tho features of the new year s contest was the poor condition of the Defeated Man and in the coming con nest it is confidently expected that he a will give George a much harder run with a Good Chance of reversing the decision. Much interest in athletics has been Bill Rcd up among the men of the town Lind spirited sparring engagements Are carried on nightly. There has been some talk of forming a club to equip a gymnasium. Green curlers in Competition the Herald s 5 f athletics shrunk is As Good As Ever Nelson knocks and. Wolgast former Champion is willing to bet $5000 knockout Brown can beat him Chicago Jan. 16.-"Wolgast is a Dainty Little powder puff Champion and i will bet $.1,000 that knockout Brown can beat him said hauling Nelson today. As a Champion Wol Cash is a joke. It has been a year since to won his title Yot not once has he defended it. If he were a real fighter he would to independently Rich today. Instead All he has to show is n Nickelodeon in Cadillac Worth about $2.50." Nelson said that he made the offer to Back Brown against Wolgast in Good Faith. To will put up the Money any time he said. If Wolgast will not fight drown Nelson said he would fight him himself and bet Bim $10,000 or any part of it on the Side. Novice local Besom and Stane Stone artists play together the novices at the Curling rink have funded themselves together and Are putting through a Bonspiel of their own. Twenty Are entered in single Competition. The first came has Neon , Skelth is virtue ending in a Victory for the former by the score of 11-2. Other matches will to played As time permits during this and next week. The draw in this Competition follows preliminary round Josman is Rome Courtice is Stewart. First round Davidson is Rea Asquith is Scott. Skelth is virtue Ives is Goode raw Flen is Murphy Ingram is Anderson Mcl Eachern v3 Cope w. 11. Young is s. Jackson. I he following matches or re played last night Oliver is Seattle i to s. Freeman is Aird 11 to 10. Johnson is Scott 6 to 14. This latter match will not be counted in the official record As the regular teams wore not Able to play. The draw for tonight is k. V. By lands is n. Mcleod Scott is Johnston g. W. Robinson is g. S. Sta Cey. Wrestling a v i 4� a or i or 4" 4 Gotch signs up ring notes Owen Moran is in Chicago filling a theatrical engagement. Knock out Brown and Tommy Murphy Are booked for a 10-round go in new York on january 26. Rob Heady says that he will go gunning after Jack Johnson this year with Al Kaufman first with a Short bout to feel out the qualities of the texan. Carl Morris who is known As Tho Oklahoma giant is anxious to meet Jim Barry and Tony Ross. He saw them fight to a draw the other night and says he can lick them both. Morris is very popular in Tho Southwest and is Likely to soon be under the management of Jim Corbett. Bowlers talk of new system of scoring a new system of scoring the game of tenpin is being agitated in new York and the East and is Apt to take definite form at any time. The proposition will be to reduce the chances of Accident and too much Good or Iii Luck by something like the following perfect Loore 200. Each Frame or Box is to be Independent and finished in itself. There is no Back filling or doubling or tripling. Each Frame of a a n or of a team is completed and countable to that Point to Date an excellent idea for snowboard scores especially at National tournaments. A strike counts 20 All a spare made by 9 on the first Ball counts 19, made by 8 on the first Ball counts 18, made by 77 on the first Ball counts 17, Etc. A split or a miss counts All you get As at present. A funny Story is going the rounds about Jimmy Collins the old Boston j Star. In Rochester last season Jimmy j was at Bat with two on bases and two out. He Wade a Wallop at the Ball and although it looked As if it would go a mile. Joe Ward managed to Knock it Down. Collins saw that it i would be close play it first and Start cd to slide for the bag. Hut he Slid Only u foot and then stuck. His oily Polly front was the obstacle. Jimmy squirmed splashed a wed and kicked but the Bay window stuck fast while the players and tans roared. Abe Attell May visit Paris this Winter also London. If he goes to the Holt Ash Metropolis the National sporting club and promoter Hugh Mcintosh will try to arrange a fight Between the american featherweight Champion and Jem Driscoll. Attell is after the Money and in t afraid of Priscoll or Freddie Welsh for that mutter so that if the offers Are big enough he May consent to show How he can hit Stop and get away. Philadelphia Jack o Brien has put the ban on hugging ind stalling Between boxers at his club in the Quaker City. What s Tho idea or. O Brien of yes of course. Naturally it would be that do As i Tell you not As i when moving pictures of Tho contest Between Jack o Brien and Tommy Burns a Twenty round affair ending in a draw were presen Ted in new York the lecturer de scrub Long the bout As it went along re-1 marked at an interesting period they Are now fighting like a couple of enraged whereupon an inconsequential unconvinced sous Well Down in front piped out partners for the next Waltz Owen Moran says be would much rather meet Champion Wolgast in the i United states than in in Giundi. He is much like other fighters. They All Burn a lot of hot air in abusing and belittling their opponents. Says the cocky Little knolls Man this Chap Wolgast Don t want to fight me nor does to want to Fig it any one unless handed All the Money and a big lot of it and at Tho same Elmo have double Assurance that his opponent will be chloroformed the instant he Steps into the ring. Why his answer to the proposition from London to fight to provided to gets $12,500 of the $11,000 offered no matter whether he gets a win draw or a lose is Ono of Tho most laughable things i Havo heard in some with becoming modesty Moran asserts that he is a better drawing card than Wolgast. Battle Royal expected tonight Between Bankers and Otta was in regular City league match there is a real live clash promised at the rink tonight when the Bankers and Ottawa meet. The hankers have such a vision of Victory born of Confidence in their Superior prowess As to make i he Issue in their favor beyond a doubt. The Ottawa have equal Confidence of pulling through As winners and judging by the game Thoy put up at the North Ward rink last night with the team Over there the Bankers will have to Battle every Inch of the Way before they emerge victorious tonight. The game commences at eight o clock. Baseball longboat was run off hi6 feet at Pittsburg time 1.20.00 2-5 Alf Shrubb the famous English runner simply  ran longboat the Canadian Indian off his feet in Tho 16-Mllo a o at due Tuesno Garden i lots a Burg last week. Longboat was a i Rifle Over two laps behind Sli Rubb at the end and Sli Rubb finished the 16th Juilo in Tho wonderfully of not time of one hour 25 minutes and 2-5 seconds. I Thoro was Trover a time when Shrubb did not have his race Well in hand. 1 at the end of but Ono mile Tho fourth Kansas City Jan. 16__ a. 1,0 permit longboat to Load aim. Frank Gotch tonight agreed 81x1,1 no a Shrubb gained Ono to meet Henry Ordemann in a a lip ant a 1 lul8 advantage to Tho fun la a match at convention a a a pm t,1� my lab in order were finish Hall Here feb. 8th. I As follows first 4.44 second 9.43 a i or i 14 re third. 14.50 2-5 fourth 20.00 4-5 a filth 25.07 sixth 30.12 4-5 seventh 3.". 2 1-5 eighth 40.53 ninth 46 i3 Waddella indoor shark famous Pitcher fans 25 men in Rochester game Rochester. N. A Jan. 16.-"rtibc" Weddell sent from the major leagues Gotch gets into trunks tenth 51,44 4-5 a Lovonah 67.14 1-5 twelfth 1.02.56 thirteenth 1.08.32 2-.i fourteenth 1.14.05 3-5 fifteenth 1.20.00 2-5. Works out in Chicago a. A. Gymnasium still has Speed Chicago. Jan. 16.-Frank notch got into his togs this morning at the Cal Taft holds athletic office accepts honorary presidency of olympic games new York Jan. 16.-Jamos e. Suite Tho Eastern Back to the big show.1 "k0 athletic Assoc Maitlon gymnasium inn. Secretary of the America Alum and wrestled four Short Snappy rounds in Kam,., committee announced that american association and with Young win into the thence o the St. Louls americans is. Eng nil four in a Short space of time the proud Holder of a new record at the Iowa Farmer declared it was the committee indoor baseball. In a Fame Here sat i first time lie had engaged in this form Rudny he fanned 25 men in nine in of sport for eight months. The chum a legs. 11 011 warmed up for an hour or More to pitched for Magrath s Inone of the handball courts and then team which included . Magee i men nne is not Cal a met 1 Zimmerman and others against an president. Taft has accepted Tho Post of honorary president of the Amer cuu Sheppard Best new York Jan. 16.-according to the figures just issued by the Irish fast game in North Ward with the Kansas City wrestler. Other team of big league players Man-1 to lev Assil most flip a to on to american a a Melvln Sheppard was aged by join. Guitel. Former manager my re a a " i ""1 a a a a the greatest local athlete in 1910, of the Cincinnati reds. The stars won. I Pas Ullh wich vol 1h Roke out of which practically Means that "1 Eor-9 to 0 j holds and the Vise like manner in less Mel was Tho greatest of All nth Wiloh he held his opponent showed Lotes in that year. Sheppard leads the that he had lust none of the Energy list of Point winners with a total of unit made him heavyweight Champion 1122 Points. Martin Sheridan world s no test for Umpire s eyes of Tho world. Ottawa and Westminster played a tie game it is not generally understood that Nero la in North Ward a hockey team of some class. Last night the Westminster and the Ottawa came together on the North Ward rink before quite a number of enthusiasts and a no Tlle col timer which have been print game was played that compared inv Ell on Xmas subject. No Les person. Age inn Thomas j. Lynch president president Lynch says his men All have Optican s certificates new York Jan. 16.-the latest news from the baseball front is to the effect that the eyes of umpires will not be officially examined by the National league next season in spite of orally with any games seen on this Side of the track .1 of the National league is authority it was a clean Clos and exciting for this 8tau.mt,. Game resulting in a draw of 3-3.,. ,. The Ottawa took the Lead in Tho they a have to scoring making the two first goals hour a Pelcl t8 8lid or l Nch from or. Lynch in the course of his discussion cast a prophetic Eye into the  Hen North Ward showed their fighting qualities and scored three straight. Voth North Ward leading by a goal future and dwelt a in he i0.11."lri y act quire Slid the nuck into the net or Gamo As year a but Row for the Ottawa and tied the score. To crop s not y made him the most Graceful Oor Reot and possibly the Moat Eftee tort player in the record led history of the game he always Seenath to Onva a second i or More longer in Shtob to make Bio a Toto strokes than any of Bis almost ,.a� Brilliant of Ponta no Ono Ever pkg Jijita Flur Rua pm fee of overt Bow a on that occasion the wonderful judgment and science of Tho two Grob Tost of Lawn Tennis Brothers was boat on Down by Tho astounding agility of Rise Ley a player who had just previously lost the singles to a. if there existed a. Cinematograph record of one of r. F. Doherty s closest matches it is probable that you would be Able to closely examine Ench film separately without being Able to Point out any fault in Blanco foot work Racquet play or stroke Oxe Sutlon. He was us near to perfection of style As Lawn Tennis player has Ever Boon his competitive triumphs started at the ago of 14, when he won a boys singles it Llandudno. His first Victory la Tho All England singles was won at Tho age of 23, in 1807, and to held the title of song Lott Champion for four years Bolus to tue by a a Moro in 1001. With m brother "17. Luto deceased player won the All England Dov Hien i met , look i 1903. 1904, 1905. The failure in 1902 was brought about by k. Role Ley and s. H. Smith the pair who beat the Brothers in Tho subsequent Challenge round tit Wimbledon. A. played for Cambridge v. Oxford in 1895 and 1896 what a Power to was in Hub varsity team for Surrey in 1s96 and 1897, for England v. Ireland in 1897, and against America in 1902-3. His list of triumphs is almost interminable. He along with a. A won the doubles of America in 1902-3, Tho covered courts doubles championship also with a. L.,"l from 1898 to 1903 inclusive covered courts mixed doubles with mibs Cooper now mrs. Sterry from 1898 to 1900, Irish singles from 1899 to 1901, Irish doubles with a. A from 1898 to 1902, Irish mixed doubles with miss c. Cooper from 1899 to 1002, scottish singles 1895. 1896, 1897, and scottish doubles with a. A in 18b7 and 1898. During Hll latter years falling health had affected his Powers and to took a Grout liking to Golf. At the latter gamer. A made vory rapid Progress for although to started but four years ago his Handicap during the last year or to was Down to 3. He won several events at. Wanton near Scarborough stud in 1908 to secured the Gordon Bennett cup at Gatmen when bit Hutu loan qua 4, Ottawa club gets fixed for not living up to the rules of the association Montreal Ian. 17.-president Quinn of the National hockey association has imposed n Fine or $100 on the Ottawa hockey club for failing to con torm to the rules of the association. There is a provision in Tho rules hint each club shall file its contracts any time Benoro playing its fourth game. After Tho match with Quebec on saturday notice will be Given by Wunn that Ottawa had not fulfilled the requirements. Were weak last year have been strengthened and 1 look for an even close race in 1911." football Woolwich won London Jan. 16.-the postponed cup tic game Between Clapton Orient and Woolwich on formers grounds resulted in a win for Woolwich by 2 to 1. Englishman issues Brake Challenge new York Jan. 16.-a novel Challenge has reached America from Charles Wilson the All round Champion of Manchester England bidding for a match with any All round athletic in the United states for the championship of the world. The contest he proposes includes almost everything in track athletics also takes in so in mince cycling rowing and tumbling. Suggestions for various Everts As follows swimming one half mile rowing one fourth Mil plunging of one minute duration running 100 Yards and one mile walking one mile 120 Yards hurdles shot put Hammer throwing High jump running Broad jump pole vault one Forward Spring jump and ten Forward Spring jumps with weights three Forward Spring jumps without weights five backward jumps with ,. And cycling from five to ten Miles. Kid Lavigne and battling Nelson examples of Pluck offers to bet that Renfrew has not exceeded the salary limit Renfrew Jan. 17.-in reply to Many statements of outsiders to the of oct that the Renfrew club has of coded too salary limit Uco mar toll the Well known Renfrew gum shoe agent is out with a defy of $590 to anyone who can prove that the Creamery town club a Tab exceeded the National Loague salary limit. Mallen released by Renfrew Renfrow Jan. 17.-Kenny Mullen has Beon handed his release according to a Story that was in nod out by the Yue Beu Man Gomont after last i Gnu s . The former Ottawa Rover Rullod to come up to Tho expectations of the ancient City management us regards his hockey ability when is a Man game in the ring the usual answer will be Whon he is getting walloped All Over Tho squared Arena but persists in sticking to Tho Battle and trying Bis Best to hand one Over on his this la nil right so far As it Boob but the real test of game Ness depend a upon just How far the bout has progressed he Foro this unmerciful punching Tonkos Placo. Almost any Boxer will Tako considerable punishment during Tho Flat three or four rounds of a Battle without showing sign of yellow. The real genuine grit is shown won n Man has fought say 15 or 20 rounds taking lots of punishment All the Way but Over ready to mix and Force the Issue. That bulldog courage and do or die spirit within him will not Down no matter what blows Aro Bent his Way the Only time he stops is when the. Referee tolls the fatal 10 Over his prostrate body. Two great examples of this game-110rr have ruled in Tho lightweight division. Ono of them is George kid Lavigno who Send Joe Wal Cuti. Down to defeat twice Whon Tho Barbados giant killer was in his promo. Lavigne feared no Man in Tho ring and whoever Hon manager Sam Fitzpatrick matched him against the Wou Deptul made admirers of Lavigno wore loud in Thor protestations and i la Patrick came in for a world of censure. How Ever he knew his Man better than any one else and t be famous Battlo at Mafi Peth l. I was t

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