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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALB Friday. December THE HERALDS And sporting for -cold weather j Vill.be what you'll: want stock is i replete with anything and everything j you can ask for and goods of all kinds I Al quality, the .best made. we show would be envied by a Corbett Ficzsimmous. Everything we now ;show-in. the sporting goods line is superior make arici sold at lowest -iuices.... Tocl Sloan Has Fallen From High Pedestal i of Fame Sporting Goods Co, icro (flat 1Q39 d.19 CniHi-U v Phone 1032 New "fork. NOT. 'i thero. and the 'hoy who introduced the j j crouch seat into (__. for 412 Fifth St. South j rise'to faiae and fortune-was CKOP j almost as rapid as his" decline. For jsom'e.years considered a third-rate OP FIGHTERS j tar-began, to shine" after" For the first time In its history the sporting world "of Eastern Canada has 'a: strike :dn its hands: There-.have been cases by, individuals, there "liave even "been" cases "of hold- teams." '-But in ever he became; the protege of the DAY JPUGILSSTS, OUTvj George E. Smith, -beiter known as fore has an organized'association been up against a situation "In- -which- the I players have '-banded themselv.es for to Champion vSlugger of tthe National League- The Averages, just The American League battin ave'r- Dec-. night Hugo -Keay.. ''arranged .the "preliminaries fbr: a fight. with' Sain' Langford at'-tibs An-'" January i. it-will be for, twenty rounds, the winner 75 per cent, of receipts. 4- -A DICTATOR Names Terms Under Which' He Wifi '.I', Nelson' cUarapio.n PROVINCIAL AMERICAN RUGBY [ages pubUshe.d a''week ago. showed a halter, lead- ing 'and Lajoie for 'hitting honors of ihe only j played in quarcer the "number" ;bf 'games. League aver- RED OF JOHNSON, OE- OLAREDTO BE JOKES Jils his- tors of the ring, there has ever been "sach-avscarcity of really good profss- "Kttshtirg Fortune came fast-ahroad, and to S _ S Boston, ranks the isjp-called "Bit Four'; college foot-' j.Qall were 'invaded with unusual suc- T 1 rS 1 i.' were invaded with, unusual suc- this year smaHer college ride gate late. William .C. Whitney, he told an i Tiat'he credit in sioaal :boserBi- heavyweight this, country, '.'class, routside of. Ja'ck. Jolinspn, the j had to Ms of the so-called heavies'are-jokes, big. negro conia. probably whip] eaten. a'" position it tthe victor over Battling Nelson in 'A' had compliment- lirday's fight Al- Kaufman; Jack Burns.. Tommy Burns Jed him -upon -his horsemanship .h'Tr'oTT-B- been hisrs-Ast. TDATI handspring into his sets could, he -induced; .to meet rand ie c on ;the .level for when he., committed. rAnd you to havjj iate fho under the new rules.. Harvard; t___the -only one of'thelBig 'Four to through ..the season" a. ages just.issued for publication show the saoie.- condi'tions. .exfeting.--.'- The 'leader is'.'beatea..in tonight declared _ he '.was. willing" to meet.Ovten. Morah, 'who .defeated Francisco; May -if- he were permitted to name the'- r "When1 told ...that Morai'had by" Gran dell of-. New-York and Gbode of-Boston. Sherwood the crack left fielder of the Pmla'ctelpaia Cluh, is the champion, batters pf the National league for the .season., of According to Cornell being team the official-averages', promulgated by Secretaiy fd this morningi-rMa'gjse secured a bat- percentageJ .of ...331. which -makes The Provincial Amateur Hockey against-the Crimson, which mstigared by tie.Cai-te-later'held .gary-Herald-hoMs Deer today. ---Jusfr-what this league, had points" scored' agamst1for tlie Crandali; tends ;will be game to ,the' GtoodevofVBostdn, which -makes -lost one1- game to him the lea'dlng'sliigger of the league Y-o-ui. fight went as I expectedVand Moran is. a good fighter and a wortny" opponent. I a'in willing to meet him in the-spring, preferably in May, agrees, to my tenifel These are must .have In the ring, .win o.f'lpse1.'4ndrmore-'if the gate receipts worranV. name the Wolgast has established'.permaaell' training: quarters', at. :Bak> where he is .jmu. -AIU ,uii; r L-" .iiuu vuu. a tight ;where.-he was reallyl'trying; jate mistake bidding; on the first "man. to fptit I iit is', good betting that none of thejse ..representative, of-tii.e .Mngjras I want Wolgast The sooner the last" over 10 Voundsrand ring, :pushing can-be made the Nel- me of them would not last over ran: ithe press .of- nobility.. cigar .claimed-he-had Nelson, putl- sooner of them would not 1 press counted out If any liusky young fellow was! the .beginning of his undoing; FbrematnrpiirV ..to. come along, now, who would have 1 Then came.- 'the''striking of "a "waiter, the-'..slightest chance of -beating a charapaigne Ascot'and; fe the big Tesas. negro the money -he relocation of Ms-license as .a rider, w rcould make, would --be fearful -to- think j They give no.'reason for their..-ruling T; -o'C -and. considering- this fact, -it is i in. .England, .as a .general -thing. It as ji-N .very., difficult, to-Tmderstand.why .some j "for of. the- turf-J and that of the-Mg fellows who-, are .playing- questions-, the railing; '1 ig; football for-a small salary and" their .ezpenses... or .some of ..the-, big believe I -would 'bave'been al presh.-as "eveciin the nest How-' JiiisMes- -wiio are ..playing on iprofes- sional baseball, teams, should not -.get and .pass; "Ehey rarely bade" and-.start competing-for tlie eight more than Harvard. Ha: their'hTTutes a r gamesf: The. locale-hockey, 'league in scoring ;aad leads-all left yesterday, TO the hockey--magnates-tbere reeardins I. that gave-Yaleythe worst'beat- 3fjna the southern division 'of league. ies from clubs in lien delegates for tie .-meet- It Decided :j_ rom" Creek and1'' '.ing...the have, suffered. TO. 0. ing. i-.iV-ILA" T tr- chance at it, writes a leading authority- j and ;iis friends and m -v-.--. 1 vanished Bereft .of profession.- I e air of st cunning., was .gone when ft tnp els.es skill inPew Tork 'did laW ,v Reason. The other trip was not-' its rewards Can-.' i Fourteen "batters-' "reached" -or "rJeer "today.' v -had ,_the; -.satisfaction of know- that certain -.points' of our- ganafi woven into the in game after, due-discussion'.and a> rneht.' tBO.WLEFUL-.WiLL: v.-ViSfT-LETHBRIDGE Letbbriage agi'd .EdirJb'ntoii Mif. be af to enter'the league. rGJRL WHO WITH: THE JFooI-'players are born, not- niade. f ago she -never-'.handled.a- RII ,Tne axiom came home to 'those who thins; she. knows in; MauriceDalj-'s- in j.picked, up herself I, ed .a slip OL a girl IB.3 babj blue [burg, 'ft WH-ITCR.OFT AND-f-MlLLAR "r .A eams this-'second trip an-d Tigers we: but as Varsity Doc in trie success' 'Of. 'the league... and- "he will, -be. there -in .his Capacity. Owen Dfc of Champion..jffe" (ft the. Cubs, and Fred _.... Riaicuous.- of j Kdiweyerj" ex---- ame naturany, but until two years j beat" the men-champions." iyer. s' is vear that will Here is Sometlinig New m Men's of our autumn pastime. .Renfrew Creamery .After High Class-Materlaf Again The.-leading .paiUc-'pated iu fifteen or more games during the, season of _ Ottawa ..Ottawa; Dec. rumored; that, New York lines iout for Whitcroftj .uoode. Sosion ___ There is a grow-j and Millar, the Edmonton, pair'-who j Magee, Philadelphia feeling-.among-the amateur i in-.the Inter-Provincial 'in oampoelU.Pittsourg that the Allan trophy inj blematic of the amateur --.hockey west and from reliable, informal .wi-lj -wiThin tbe .'.creamery -pfgcialX years elephanc' j tendered _ them contrac-ts. Geii ilur-l this condition of affairs of Renfrew, gum shoe artist -.now I 43 -154' 135 477 R "10 "H 'HR' i strict -conditions which surround any Jn tlie silver--district; is'r-epprXecI.''tpi .up. Konetchy. 150 15' :KJ ]S4 ISO 144 1 J -141 314 498 .00 's? G3" 25 20 '172 "12? its. 07" "143 157 17 29 "Pct'.: 342 .337 ".331- .326 i '.321 .320 ,316 the. said Harvey, "it .kill, the1 fight at ".the. ;if hp'hjaVa rig'H'-to siiajtfcnf a right .to Moran. js the greatest drawing card .Nelson got hold' ofvPTomoter Cof- froth today; and wanted the-nex.f open date for a light with -Tl'olgastV Nelson: insists. that" he" beat" cham- pion, despite, the-knockout, that delivered It however, that the promoters here are not thinking of putting the ring again at this time. The films of the fight were.shipped; east today and Will he shown in Ne'wYork "a' week' from next Monday. MYSTERY OVER'KETCHEl No Definite Reason For Exhuming His.i.Remains i Grand. Rapids. 'Mich.. .auestion .as far as is'known .305 i raised- here as to the identity dt o-rtrl -ib. .301 {the son of Mr. -3'fiO Poles..-who 'here.JJow-: 3g a hard time t'o'f jing the burial KERR TURNED IT DOWN J A -colored runner accepts a challenge through jtfee -Edmonton, and j tears off .a' .piece of tuimbi- 'by Nov.-York Pittsburff j Wouldn't Listen to -Price-Offered' Him.j play Hockey-for'.Ottawa >j To the.Editpr pf I Ottawa-. L'cc' iliing to-] Bear see by yo.ur paper thai icrcing the players to sign Perks is will-meet jflt "fhe reducseil' salary is' night, oa Jasper aveKne.janother.and .very ;differen7sort of Brroklya LEAD NATIONAL "IN.- TEAM {and did not give any-definite for their action. Neither of the St-Louis Boston Directors Have Secret (Gathering Wind up League Affairs to 'T'HE SPECIAL ORDER system of the Semi-ready J- Tailoring offers you the advantage of having your clothes made and- you canichoose from any one of 400 imported cloih patterns. These are made-to-order and rnade-to-measure clothes at Semi-ready prices, SIS, and up. four, days factory.. Deliyered to the dot on time, Try them, you'll always be a Semi-ready A. Sbutliarcl t-rule I ask is. that 1 oiic--! Winnipeg, "Dec.' though 'now hut: ?v with the seneral pric cipal topics of an-importaut meeting prevents i preliminary discussion upon plans, for G_ 133 154 354 15b 357 15S "4677.. 5125.' SI 21 4212 5123 0125 ,7ir. ''r> i 655 .620 G37 Viflo' 1391 '1333. "1364. 132C. "isio" '.1217 31 34 33 2'A "oo 15 SI 2S2 173 14S. 310 fss" .179 '152. iul Pet. !ents could ;-be located lasr mght (fighter assumed the name Kgtehei' {when he took to .the- ring. i ATTELL FORCED PACE New York, Dec.- Attell, of; California, easily defeated Pat Mbore.-' Philadelphia, .in 'a ten-round' bout? It was. LL TALK. Fnr nnti AI, The-directors'tafe'Iittle'stock in outclassed by I. Baseball matters {tnem from paying "the .prices, of forthcoming season. TJftO n _ .'.l T------J me lorun Motor boat enthusiasts on the Stj a year Closely closeSinc themselves gainst .Laurence arc interesting themselves "Dabbie'.-.Kerr, Ottawa's great king-jail intruders and incidentally ffl promoung long distance reliability j.piayer and one.of the finest stick the directors proceedecL-to m- contests for motor boats similar to ihejiers m the N. K. A... turned. doyva cold d'ulge in the little pleasantries eager- vJJflaen tOUr for a.lltnmnmlAa Tr TtMlt rtiJ.___ h- __-.- i, AXJUllcil U V- rumors, feeling .confident the featherweight champion, and ar occupy too in the the 2ftst Abe's Western.Canada, league, to be so plight- .trickle of blood from the nose, whilP1 ly considered down badly- -bruised and' lust some towns tor-theoth eyes closed. west are "wont to prophesy. In die'fourtli That in. due sbot a right to the jaw... which sent come, forth and ineeixall the require; core down for jhe coun nine ments expected of- them is of course I Abe's bleeding 'and Moore's tour for automobiles. It will the first event of the kind and u-iV a proposition that the-Ottawa hockey, club made to .him at the New Russell- .be the' feature of ..House-last evening. jn tb.6' motor boat world. A tropby 'will to' the winnei1 There is tal at ijct'i-bir s. talk of having tlie race .start bir and "eii'd'at'Ogderisburg; tiir [self were. Kerr's words- IBe 'omoers -tried to persuade the haired. Albert that thA H This was the adjourned meeting 'from last Friday night, and although the directors refused to admit the and were afterwards, very reti- is understood, .quite .a. little w-is doing all the league-could al- .nothins definite as to rules and rout- low taenv. "to Kerr nas been decided upon. Entries if-i hijRjnAgfi ftf be confined to bouts of type. was aot made public but it is .under- tendered, r'jKerry that last -year- dve'-fe ?1200: tporo or -less and public interest was transacted. "'_" .trpublejifronri the league as might have fceen anticipated a'fter the allegations of vthe siuce the big meeting or the certain. Or their, reported indebted ness to the. league, there is of. course some, but, their failure to attend recent meeting was simply due to the fact that ..no official .notification was sent them of the date of the-meeting. Newspaper reports were their only in formation.- and- ithese the -club did .1101 see, its .way cl.ear- to follow. .As team that also will be forthcoming, time no "Wiinnipeg fans have no desire eyes 'were puffed. Moore -surprised the crowd in the seventh by RuftfagAtteli down with a right swing. 1 I.A 11 'V- UltlCl less the and- despite -thr vigorous wes-, tern clubs, .metropolis will- have a worthf representation in 'the DON'T MISS' THE 25 p. c. DISCOUNT Now in Force on All of Cornell Travis'" ;