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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRTPGE J9AIT.T HERAtB Saturday Lacrosse FINES FOR ROUGH LACROSSE PLAYERS WINTER SPORTS WILL SOON BE ON sporting goods for cold weather will be what you'll want. Our stock is replete anything and everything yoii can ask for' and .goods of all kinds are Al quality, the best made. THOSE NEW PUNCHING BAGS National Union Widens Powers Frats show in -the sporting goods line is of Govern Teams superior make and sold at lowest Tbe L- u- is prices. of lacrosse rules aad articl deals with penalties for fouls anfnk wiil for the enjoy- ment of skaters tonight. .The six arc ntg burn the stretch of.Fee should brlrig. but a place band The grand opening will rtaW in. attndance.. fori tKe' announcement. The additional dress- i frjg room, accommodation win likely 'be completed for the grand A be in attendance Rugby Boston, Mass., Dec. that cheap lawyers are making a goat out of him, as they use every means against j him for the sake of making him hand over the coin. The merits of the :There are now wec. sea- did it would he'a'continuous strwir T Johnson seldoT passes tie and'.a free of Alberta or RC.C.C. toed for Jaoaary. -IS, 19U, at {feature of Edraoafeni, and -nrgi% Representation iok confer of the city of franchls- j- r can who clubs with, s to reprsseniation tais year at Eamonton." Giren ihe_ rigit brand, of .weather, Alberta 'spiel, wiich hitherto has beenlield at Calgary, has always been minor foul as defined herein, shall ,T be f6r eficli by fhe referee or judge of play, for-not less than five or more than ten minutes tiii -niiio i'diitities suaii a h-ase saecess, but the greatest curl- start, from the time the-offendin- nlay ing carnival ererr inay" be exuected er of actual playing time in the match in which the foul occurred. Section 5. All .time, penalties shall Ing carnival 'ererr next "month. the penalty timekeeper. .of -defending tlxe titlt mg era' and'.a free info port fro in Calcutta with'a "million dollar cargo and several .sailors nursing bad showing. hand nervous breakdown of the leader of the heavy- weight division., and, judging ate Oumunen.played -like fiends, start .out in a tour'of the One, of them .'TO..'as tough as theatrical c and everrtazne he got hold of the ball [things -straightened he n line like..a streak of and- biting as he 'i j.weht...-Led .by. the strong -the K-hinamen .began: to {the white antagonists, j cowling last night at temper 'Zybsco, cade Instead of. football lo cans'Wd- ing top, and will whirliabo.ut the try as though..nothing, has ever': to-his crown.-. Thursdaj an r of the invaders, but up to this time no enougfof ir fivht- I wuuugn-ot ir Ito Mclntosh- has -offered I American has shown sufficient, form to write home, about. The Shamrocks "Tne-.white men Bulled the Chinese Jl r be considered In a class these! were-'the' vlcfeors in'the face and ;in London- powerful foreigners. pins-, Thev 'won I 4 Chinamen went-down ffr Providing wil'l poSrJ aniwn-mii-ix' p game I a guarantee hiv Wcdnesclay A team league was where other was to 'come frprfr was a prob-, lirn. the quiitton, lawyers and students of tKt met at. the'office, of R. P. Wallact'I last tipam in iiocfefty'to city lea- gue.. The officers ss fqK' ows: Hon. f resjdent, pi. Conyi b.eare; President, M. McArth-; ur; A. G. tue; Captain of team, WI S. Duncan. the lo-i barristers, are donating tions in aid C of the? -The the ape: Macleods, OttawasV Bankers, powerful foreigners. apparently better tnan.eVer, is tramp- ing- iip and down" the y and- ir seems- certain at this.tim'e, tfiat 'it is- up'to Gotch to beat him" is to be denied the..world's .title, It y Kling, Qje Chicago cafcnsr, i tijosea president of the-Mis- souri .Valley Athletic Ciab. This is s. -new-organization that has just been formed by business men in Kansas City'for the purpose and ,oi both indoor and outdoor sports-. years, has walked-himself into A mm. years, has walked-himself into a. com- fortable farm in one of the middlewest states. He is.now settled comfortably- and says.he will, coltinue walking; bu- around'the farm. The next 40 and; 4B. 'Ross alone reachea the .five: hun- dred mark-'- in -the the match will be wrestled in Chicago some time-next" spring. .Gotch win! have a .few preliminary Batches and will not overlook any of The AMERICAN'S training work. '.r. 'Mefgfiir Cle-veland-. ROBS queues.: punched them in the face, and -next June- wheri two Chinamen went-down, if j jumped, in. with the officers. have., been. kicked into in- sensibility." son and, THE AFTERMATH ,the .talk of tr-.of the John- i Hackeuschmidt as the-" Rude Jibes--at'Hamilton -Tigers 'After stars. .Jack Curler, .the .manager" of -tiack, is pushing the'scheme. yet. given ..his Ir44 C Telegram) 'T IvjS Tne fierce roar ot the tiger -ended 160'. 156.. in a choking sob. WJLL NEW HOCKEY TEAM 743-3204 Gibbons Cooper Quinn -Maxwell Scarlc 141-41 703 752 SHAMROCKS 149.123 162 129' 13'J HS 168 -117 116 195 IBS 1SS Still Hamilton hag a team no village .need to.Ashamed of., "Isn't it said.a.'Hamilton'Miss.[ ly_sad> _. n- he finally fall tor i tUe com. and j'c sight for the pair, .if, they will get to- Re.Iier. By pulling off the- contest between ;0wen Moran and Battling Nelson at -the. Pacific, coast -prn- In...tones that were 779 712 7S9r2280 "I wouldn't hav.e minded it halt'''so much. If we hadn't been beaten so bad." Baseball GREAT FALLS ANX'OUS FOR INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Have Before Been Stung by Lucus and Will not-be .a Goat Again- Helena no of- icial action has been taken by the reat Falls fans as a declaration gainst the proposed Montana-Idaho- Utah Union Baseball association, enough has been doing'in the last few' The Tiger.'proved itself about' formidable as a lap dog. as The Hamilton mountain heaved'a sigh As he. brushed away his tears. But he proved himself a good old sport By reechoing Varsity's That's the worst of trying to learn the game by .correspondence. Twas funny to .hear the chappie Of bearding the tiger in its. den. Chances are if he bearded a cat .--He'd never come, hack again. Tiger's [efforts to break Varsity's line, invariably ended in their becom- ing tangled. njorers f.give and-take, and-, during, a-number of dJlg.matches-'-Will be .brought off.. Ad -.Woigast will soon Ottawa, Dec. far the Ottawa Hockey cltRE MS not "signed one player the sea- son. Kerr Lake S.ttikrt Walsh were all refus- ed to sal- "aries as I'tMooks as if Ottawa 'new -blood season. out -Wolgast-heat Nelson at-Po-t in doing so.niatie a -reputation, for himself; although Califoriiia over. ,summer at Lake Mich.. Cadillac, and will fit.it up for. training Barters, and there do all his hmmary.. work, for his weeks to indicate it's-a-leadpipe cinch j that the city will not have aav mem-1 who A league pay-! figured out today that .roll reaches it is figureii. cisht racing associations had raised over a sum totalling witl! which i to j won his match with Joseph Mayer, .amateur billiard champion, here to-' .Eight, by 1800 to 1086, playing ig.i to'' his opponent's 1S.2.. In the final game' J Hoppe ran'out; hijpioo with an ua-- run of' to his credit. Mayer's score his high-- run was Hbppe'sraveragsJwas Mayer's -13 "In the afternoon game Hoppe 300 points 206 for Mayer. HoppeV' high run was the. best Mayer could do was 31 in one inning. HoppcV average was 17 1W7 and Maver'a ri-16.-. ;